Sarah Ann Gibbs
(Abt 1856-Between 1901/1911)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Richard Sillett

Sarah Ann Gibbs 1

  • Born: Abt 1856, Finningham, , Suffolk, England 2
  • Marriage: Richard Sillett on 14 Feb 1879 in Finningham, , Suffolk, England 1
  • Died: Between 1901 and 1911 3

  Noted events in her life were:

She appeared on the census in 1881 in Finningham, , Suffolk, England. 2

She appeared on the census in 1891 in Finningham, , Suffolk, England. 4

She appeared on the census in 1901 in Finningham, , Suffolk, England. 5


Sarah married Richard Sillett, son of Edmund Sillett and Lucy Seadon, on 14 Feb 1879 in Finningham, , Suffolk, England.1 (Richard Sillett was born circa 1857 6 and was christened on 26 May 1872 in Finningham, , Suffolk, England 6.)


Sources


1 Finningham Parish Register, entry for marriage of Richard Sillett and Sarah Ann Gibbs. Cit. Date: 8 Feb 2008. 14th February 1879 Richard Sillett, of full age, bachelor, labourer, of Finningham, father Edward Sillett, labourer, and Sarah Ann Gibbs, of full age, spinster, of Finningham, were married in the parish church according to the rites and ceremonies of the established church, after banns, by me, C. Frere, Rector, in the presence of Henty Sillett and Sarah Ann Sillett.

2 1881 Census, Census Return for Edward and Lucy Sillett. Cit. Date: 14 Feb 2006.

3 1911 census of England, Suffolk, Back Street, Gislingham, Eye, Suffolk, Richard Sillett; digital images, Find My Past, Find My Past (www.findmypast.co.uk : accessed 8 Feb 2011); citing RG 78 PN 578, RG 14 PN 10718, registration district (RD) 210, sub district (SD) 2, enumeration district (ED) 3, schedule number (SN) 99. Cit. Date: 8 Feb 2011.

4 1891 Census, Census Return for Richard and Sarah Ann Sillett. Cit. Date: 15 Feb 2006.

5 1901 Census, Census Return for Richard and Sarah Ann Sillett. Cit. Date: 15 Feb 2006.

6 Finningham Parish Register, entry for baptism of Richard Sillett. Cit. Date: 8 Feb 2008. 26th May 1872 Richard, aged 15 years, son of Edward and Lucy Sillett, of Finningham (himself and parents) labourer (himself and father) was baptised.