Mary Ann Relf
F, #209, b. 28 January 1844, d. 20 December 1881
|Father||John Relf b. 8 Dec 1816, d. bt Oct 1902 - Dec 1902|
|Mother||Caroline Barrow b. 21 Dec 1823, d. bt Jul 1903 - Sep 1903|
Mary Ann Relf was also known as Mary Ann Grant. Mary Ann Relf was also known as Mary Ann Ralph. She was baptized, Sunday, 28 January 1844 at Ewhurst, Sussex Co., England. She appeared on the census of 1851 in the household of John Relf at Rushlake, Warbleton, Sussex Co., England. She was enumerated as: Mary Ann Relf, daughter, age 7, scholar, born Ewhurst, Sussex. She appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of Sarah Eden at Lower North Street, Chelsea, London, Middlesex Co., England. She is listed as: Mary A. Grant, niece, single, female aged 17, dressmaker, born Sussex. She and James Marshall Milsted, son of William James Milsted and Harriet Cockett, were married by Curate Robert Duncan on Sunday, 5 September 1869 at the Parish Church, St. Luke, Chelsea, Middlesex Co., England. He is listed as being aged 22, bachelor, saddler, living at 2 Lower North Street, father William Milsted, deceased, saddler. She is listed as being aged 25, spinster, living at 2 Lower North Street, father John Relph, shoemaker. William Gaston and E. Gaston witnessed the marriage. She appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Sarah Eden at 2 Lower North Street, Chelsea, London, Middlesex Co., England. She is recorded as: Mary A Milsted, niece, married, age 27, born Ewhurst, Sussex. She appeared on the census of April 1881 in the household of James Marshall Milsted at 7 Market Passage, St. Leonards, Hastings, England. She is recorded as: Mary A Milstead, wife, married, age 37 born Ewhurst, Sussex. Mary died on Tuesday, 20 December 1881 at the Infirmary, Mary Magdalen, Hastings, Sussex Co., England, at age 37 years, 10 months and 22 days, of Phthisis, Tubucular ulcerations of the bowels. States she was 39 years old, wife of James Marshall Milsted, a gardener, of 7 Market Square, St. Leonard. Dr. T. Trollope attended at the death. James Marshall Milsted was listed as the informant.
|James Marshall Milsted b. 29 Jan 1848, d. 1 Apr 1923|