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WAYMOUTH Family

First Generation

1. John1 Waymouth (#375) was born before 4 SEP 1817, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

He married Ann Cater in St. Mary Church, Devon, 4 SEP 1817. (Ann Cater is #140.) Ann was born in Stokeinteignhead, Devon 1783.(1085)

John's occupation: Ship's Carpenter.(1086) John became the father of Mary Ann Waymouth in Stokeinteignhead, Devon, 1818.(1087)

John Waymouth and Ann Cater had the following children:

  • 2 i. Susanna2 Waymouth (#485) was born before 19 JAN 1823, the first event for which there is a recorded date. She was christened in Stokeinteignhead, Devon, 19 JAN 1823.(1088)

  • 3 ii. Mary Ann Waymouth (#82) was born in Stokeinteignhead, Devon 1818.(1089) Mary died 1901 at 83 years of age. She married Captain William Pinkham in St. Mary Steps, Exeter, 26 MAR 1840.(1090) (Captain William Pinkham is #69.) William was born in Stokeinteignhead, Devon 5 SEP 1816.(1091) William was the son of Thomas Pinkham and Elizabeth Butchers. William died 30 JAN 1897 at 80 years of age.(1092) (See Captain William Pinkham for the continuation of this line.)

    Mary's occupation: Dress Maker.(1093) At 23 years of age Mary became the mother of Harriett Waymouth Pinkham in Stokeinteignhead, Devon, 1841.(1094) At 23 years of age Mary became the mother of Charlotte Weymouth Pinkham 1841. At 24 years of age Mary became the mother of Captain William Pinkham in Stokeinteignhead, Devon, 21 JAN 1843.(1095) At 27 years of age Mary became the mother of Captain John Waymouth Pinkham in Shaldon, Devon, 15 MAY 1846.(1096) At 28 years of age Mary became the mother of Captain George Pinkham in Stokeinteignhead, Devon, 1846.(1097) At 34 years of age Mary became the mother of Henry Pinkham 1852. At 38 years of age Mary became the mother of Captain James Pinkham in Stokeinteignhead, Devon, 6 MAY 1857.(1098)



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