b.14 Mar 1739
d.12 Aug 1756
m. on or aft 13 Jun 1729
- Robert Cary1730 - 1777
- Amy Cary1739 - 1756
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- ↑ Amy Cary - birth/baptism, in The Parish Register for St. Augustine Watling Street Church, London, 1678-1812.
« St. Austin’s Births & Baptisms from 1736 – 7 / … / 1739 / Cary Merchant Wat. St. | Amy Daughter of Robert & Amy Cary born Mar 14 bap. Mar 29 » Image from the London Metropolitan Archives, St Augustine Watling Street, accessed on ancestry.co.uk/ > London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. > City of London > St Augustine, Watling Street > 1678-1812 > Page (image) 21 of 54. Note: There is an ink(?) blot making it difficult to read the month of baptism – but the first letter certainly appears to be an 'M' – which would make it 'March' – as is very likely. [See next reference.]
- ↑ Amy Cary - birth/baptism, in The International Genealogical Index / British Isles.
« AMY CARY - Gender: Female Christening: 29 MAR 1739 St Augustine Watling Street, London, London, England / Father: Robert Cary, Mother: Amy // Source Information: Batch No.: C022412 / Dates: 1559 - 1762 / Source Call No.: 0374420 / Type: Film / Printout Call No.: 6903851 / Type: Film > Parish registers for St. Augustine Watling Street Church, London, 1559-1940 » Accessed on Family Search - IGI/BI
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Amy Cary - death/burial, in Ludwig, Allan I., Graven images: New England stonecarving and its symbols, 1650-1815, [c1966] Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Conn., USA, / published by University Press of New England, Hanover, NH., USA, ©1999, pp. xviii & 252.
p. xviii: « (PLATE) 134 A. South frieze, St Paul’s Cathedral, London. B. The Amy Cary tomb, 1756, Hampstead, St. Andrew's, London. » & p. 252: Image showing monumental inscription: « Alſo Miſs AMY CARY / Died August 12 1756 Aged 17 / Universally Lamented » and text below image: the same as on p. xviii (above). > Viewed at: Google Books - Limited preview which opens p. xviii. For image ‘plate 134 A’ scroll down to p. 252. Two more images of the tomb stone may be seen on-line at: 'Mifs Amy Cary died 1756 aged 17'; and a small detail (among others): 'Crying cherub on Miss Amy Cary's tomb' —photographs by Maggie Jones, taken on January 11, 2010.
- ↑ U.K. and U.S. Directories, 1680-1830.
« Name: Amy Cary / Dates: 1751-1775 / Title: Miss / Gender: Female / Address: Address(Es): Watling Street / Source Date: 1752 // Source Info: / Subscribed to The Lilliputian Magazine, 1752, ANON. London / Subject: literature » Accessed on Ancestry.co.uk