Person:William Angell (1)

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William Angell
d.died feb 28 1869
m. 23 Dec 1779
  1. John Angel1780 - Abt 1786
  2. Walter Angel1781 -
  3. Thomas Angel1782 -
  4. William Angell1784 - 1869
  5. Mary Angel1786 -
  6. Elijah Angel1789 - 1790
  7. Hercules Archer Angel1789 - 1882
  8. Elijah Angel1794 -
m. 26 May 1812
  1. Martha Angell1813 - 1814
  2. Mary Angell1814 -
  3. Esther Angell, Pearce1816 - 1846
  4. Ann Charlotte Angell1818 - 1887
  5. Elijah Angell1819 - 1819
  6. Sarah Georgiana Angell1823 -
  7. Blanch Eliza Angell1825 - 1827
  8. Martha Amelia Angell1829 - Bef 1852
m. 1831
  1. John Angell1833 - 1923
Facts and Events
Name William Angell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 15 Jun 1784 Of, Down Ampney, Gloucester, England
Alt Birth? Abt 1784 Down Ampney, Glouchestershire, England
Alt Marriage 1808 to Esther Collingbourne
Marriage 26 May 1812 Gloucester St. Nicholas, Gloucestershire, Englandto Esther Collingbourne
Marriage 1831 Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Englandto Mary _____
Emigration[5] 1832 Cheltenham, , Gloucestershire, Englandto America
Death[3] died feb 28 1869
Other[4] Cheltenham, , Gloucestershire, Englandtaylor Employment

Corresponding with Vicar of Cirenester Gloucs. Eng. parish Reg. Bish Transcripts Down Ampney 1700-1782

(Research):Hi Larry,

   I really goofed up on Ann Charlotte's death date.  That should teach me to never send e-mails when I'm too tired. (grin)  I rechecked the extracted death record that I have and her death date is 16 Feb 1887, age 70, cause of death, female weakness (go figure).  Birthplace, England. Housewife.  Parents, William Angell & Mary Angell.  Until just recently I thought that was her mother not her step-mother.  I have some old family groupsheets that have her death in 1888.  
  I would scan the things that I have and send them on to you but, my computer will not comply.  If you feel comfortable with giving me your home address I can send you copies of Edmund and Charlotte along with one of Mary and Sarah with her husband Frederick R. Mastin.  I can also send you a copy of William Angell's will.  When I scan something and try to send it out a box pops up and says it dosn't recognize something (smp or pop or something).  I am computer illerate.  It used to do it but, it crashed awhile back and hasn't been the same since we got it fixed.
   If you want to check the census for Sarah Angell and Frederick Mastin you will have to be creative with the spelling.  Frederick is spelled many ways and Mastin for the most part is spelled Martin.  Here are the ones I found:

1860: Fred R. Martin and Sarah, Ogle, Illinois 1870: Fred K B Martin and Sarah G. Martin, JoDaviess, Illinois 1880: Fredrie R. Mastin and Sarah J. in Lanark, Carroll, Illionis I have not found them in the 1850 census but, they could have been on the move. At times Frederick is listed as a farmer and other times as a preacher.

    By the way, have you any record of a Eugenia M. Angel born about 1858?  While tracking the Libbee (Libby or Libbie) family I found her living with Truman Libbee and Martha Amelial Angell in the 1860 census for Camden Twp., Schuyler Co., Illionios.  So far that is the only thing I have seen about her.  
    I take it that you are a member of the LDS.  So am I.  My husband's mother and his grandparents were members.  My mother in law was born in the panhandle of Florida and baptised in a river.  I converted about 30 or so years ago. No rivers for me!  
     One thing that I have discovered since I started doing genealogy is that on both sides of my dad's family there were some hardy Mormon pioneers.  Not a direct line but still part of the family.  On my grandmother's side it was Levi Ward Hancock.  His unlce, Jacob Ward, was my 2x great grandfather.  Levi was baptised by Parley Pratt.  And of course on my grandfather's side the connection would be through Esther Angell, sister to my Ann Charlotte.  It's a small world.
     Take care and if you feel you would like some copies of what I have just let me know.
                       Janet Hill



Immigration to USA: Name: William Angell Arrival Date: Jun 11, 1832 Age: 48 Gender: M Port of Arrival: New York Port of Departure: Liverpool Place of Origin: England Occupation: Mechanic Destination: United States of America Ship: Ship Birmingham Microfilm Serial Number: M237 Microfilm Roll Number: 16 List Number: 384

References
  1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. International Genealogical Index(R). (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002)
    citing microfilm 184600, reference number 2852, downloaded 29 Jul 2007.
  2.   unknown. Group sheet in the possession of Marion (Knickerbocker) Alchin of Webberville, Mi.
  3. age 74
  4. In some old papers that were written by one of Charlotte & Edmund's children it states this: .... Our grandfather was William Angel. Grandfather was a taylor by trade.
  5. By the time of his emigration he had remarried to a Mary. William, Mary and three daughters by Esther settled in Alleghany New York.