Person:Mary Harry (3)

Watchers
Mary Ann Harry
m. 17 Nov 1850
  1. Mary Ann Harry1851 - 1852
  2. Mary Ann Harry1853 - 1895
  3. Amelia Jane Harry1855 - 1909
  4. Louisa Kate Harry1857 - 1933
  5. William Richard Harry1859 - 1916
  6. Sarah Eleanor Harry1861 - 1862
  7. John Edwin Harry1863 - 1935
  8. Ellen Sarah Harry1866 - 1944
  9. Lilian Harry1868 - 1869
  10. Elizabeth Mary Harry1870 - 1878
Facts and Events
Name Mary Ann Harry
Gender Female
Christening[2] 2 Mar 1851 Bere Ferrers, Devon, England
Census[3] 30 Mar 1851 Bere Ferrers, Devon, EnglandMonkeys Castle
Burial[5] 2 May 1852 Bere Ferrers, Devon, England

Mary Ann Harry was baptised on 2nd March 1851 at Bere Ferrers in Devon. She was the first child of Jane Harry, formerly Drake, and her husband William Richard Harry, a shipwright. Her parents had married the previous year in Plymouth. Mary Ann appears in the 1851 census as a one month old baby living with her mother and maternal grandfather, John Drake.

Sadly, Mary Ann died when she was about fourteen months old, being buried at Bere Ferrers on 2nd May 1852.

A year after Mary Ann's death, William and Jane's second child was born, whom they also called Mary Ann.

References
  1.   Births index, in General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration. (London: General Register Office).

    b. Mary Ann HARRY, March Quarter 1851, Tavistock Registration District, Volume 9, Page 538, mother's maiden name Drake

  2. Baptisms register, in Church of England. Parish Registers of Bere Ferrers. (Exeter: Devon Heritage Services).
    BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Beer Ferris in the County of Devon in the Year 1851
    No.When BaptizedChild's Christian NameParents' NameAbodeQuality, Trade, or ProfessionBy whom the Ceremony was performed
    ChristianSurname
    184March 2Mary AnnWilliam & JaneHarrySaltashShipwrightH.L. Barnicoat
  3. General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) HO 107/1466-2531 Census Returns: 1851 Census Schedules, Class HO107; Piece 1883; Folio 18; Page 79, 30 Mar 1851.

    Address: Monkeys Castle, Beerferris [Bere Ferrers], Devon
    John Drake, head, widower, male, 65 [1785/6], Ag lab, b. Beerferris, Devon
    Jane Harry, daughter, married, female, 27 [1823/4], b. Beerferris, Devon
    Christopher Drake, son, unmarried, male, 22 [1828/9], Labourer in lead mine, b. Beerferris, Devon
    Mary Ann Harry, granddaughter, female, 1m [1851], b. Beerferris, Devon
    ~ [2nd household at Monkeys Castle]
    Jacob Hooper, head, married, male, 28 [1822/3], Ag lab, b. Stoke Damerel, Devon
    Mary Hooper, wife, married, female, 31 [1819/20], b. Beerferris, Devon
    Mary A. Hooper, daughter, female, 2 [1848/9], b. Beerferris, Devon
    John Hooper, son, male, 7m [1850], b. Beerferris, Devon
    Mary Jane Drake, daughter in law, female, 11 [1839/40], b. Beerferris, Devon

  4.   Deaths index, in General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration. (London: General Register Office).

    d. Mary Ann HARRY, June Quarter 1852, Tavistock Registration District, Volume 5b, Page 254, aged 14 [presumably months]

  5. Burials register, in Church of England. Parish Registers of Bere Ferrers. (Exeter: Devon Heritage Services).
    BURIALS in the Parish of Beer Ferris in the County of Devon in the Year 1852
    No.NameAbodeWhen buriedAgeBy whom the Ceremony was performed
    1559Mary Ann HarryKitson's CottageMay 2d1 yearF. Shelley