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Ann GARNER
Stocking maker of Burbage, Leicestershire
Alternative names
Ann BRIGHTMORE (Married)
Ancestors
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John GARNER
1741 - 1826
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Serjeant John GARNER
1777 - 1830
Serjeant - Grenadier Guards of Burbage, Leicestershire
 
Stephen ADCOCK
~1677 - ~1727
George ADCOCK
1718 - 1789
of Carlton, Nuneaton, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth ADCOCK
bap.1750 - 1827
of Burbage, Leicestershire
 
Thomas ALLEN
~1609 - bur.1659
of Misterton, Leicestershire
Thomas ALLEN
bap.1628 - bur.1715
Husbandman of Misterton, Leicestershire
 
Thomas ALLEN
bap.1671 - bur.1728
Yeoman of Misterton, Leicestershire
 
Anne [ALLEN]
~1629 - ~1679
Ann ALLEN
1717 - bur.1779
of Walton, Kimcote, Leicestershire
 
Anne HODGSKIN
~1679 - ~1745
of Kimcote, Lutterworth, Leicestershire
John GARNER
1806 - bur.1865
Stocking maker of Burbage, Leicestershire
 
John GARNER
~1683 - ~1759
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Francis GARNER
bap.1718 - ~1784
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
 
Frances WOODWARD
~1683 - bur.1749
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
John GARNER
bap.1753 - bur.1808
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
 
John BARNES
bap.1599 - ~1660
of Desford, Leicestershire
Thomas BARNES
bap.1624 - bur.1698
of Desford, Leicestershire
 
Mary [BARNES]
~1601 - bur.1651
of Desford, Leicestershire
William BARNES
bap.1667 - bur.1744
Weaver of Desford, Leicestershire
 
William MOORE
bap.1582 - ~1648
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
Margery MOORE
bap.1624 - bur.1672
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
 
William MARCHE
~1549 - ~1633
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
Elizabeth MARCHE
bap.1589 - bur.1657
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
 
Prudence BARNES
1718 - bur.1789
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
 
Prudence WARD
1677 - bur.1744
of Atherstone, Warwickshire
Mary GARNER
bap.1783 - ~1852
of Narborough, Leicester, Leicestershire
 
Thomas PERRY
~1686 - ~1771
of Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Henry PERRY
bap.1727 - bur.1800
Ribbon weaver of Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
Mary PERRY
bap.1759 - bur.1789
of Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
John MILLS
~1696 - ~1774
of Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire
Elizabeth MILLS
bap.1731 - bur.1768
of Astley, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
John HANKINSON
~1661 - bur.1724
Weaver of Stockingford, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Sarah HANKINSON
1702 - ~1769
of Stockingford, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
Mary [HANKINSON]
~1673 - ~1723
Ann GARNER
1845 - ~1913
Stocking maker of Burbage, Leicestershire
 
William WELDON
~1572 - ~1647
of Syston, Leicestershire
John WELDON
1609 - 1689
Tailor of Leicester, Leicestershire
 
Marie NORTH
~1576 - ~1647
of Stoughton, Leicester, Leicestershire
William WELDON
bap.1648 - 1708
Tailor of Syston, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth [WELDON]
~1609 - ~1659
Robert WELDON
bap.1675 - 1740
Tailor of Syston, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth BEEBY
~1642 - bur.1714
of Hungerton, Leicestershire
Robert WELDON
bap.1713 - bur.1761
of Syston, Leicestershire
 
Edward UGDEN
~1678 - bur.1728
of Barkby, Leicestershire
Anne UGDEN
bap.1684 - bur.1752
of Barkby, Leicestershire
 
Sarah [UGDEN]
~1643 - ~1693
Thomas WELDON
bap.1751 - bur.1807
Framework knitter of Syston, Leicestershire
 
The Reverend Thomas ROYLE
~1689 - 1726
Rector of Seagrave, Curate of Syston of Syston, Leicestershire
Jane ROYLE
bap.1724 - bur.1754
of Syston, Leicestershire
 
John BROWNSWORD
~1654 - 1726
Wheelwright of Beeby, Leicestershire
Elizabeth BROWNSWORD
~1699 - 1760
of Syston, Leicestershire
 
William MUSSEN
~1576 - ~1651
Husbandman of Beeby, Leicestershire
Robert MUSSON
bap.1625 - ~1675
of Beeby, Leicestershire
 
Joan GODDARD
~1581 - bur.1670
of Beeby, Leicestershire
Dorothy MUSSON
~1654 - ~1729
of Beeby, Leicestershire
 
Thomas WELDON
bap.1771 - bur.1807
Framework knitter of Syston, Leicestershire
 
Robert JOYCE
~1695 - bur.1743
of Woodhouse, Loughborough, Leicestershire
Elizabeth JOYCE
bap.1739 - bur.1823
of Woodhouse, Loughborough, Leicestershire
 
Elias SOARES
~1617 - ~1702
of Wymeswold, Leicestershire
Elias SOARES
bap.1658 - bur.1740
of Wymeswold, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth [SOARES]
~1617 - ~1667
Sarah SOARES
1704 - bur.1750
of Woodhouse, Loughborough, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth HAYN
~1666 - bur.1739
of Rearsby, Leicestershire
Hannah WELDON
bap.1811 - 1883
Seamer of Syston, Leicestershire
 
James HASLEWOOD
~1668 - bur.1718
Woodsman of Kirby Bellars, Leicestershire
James HASLEWOOD
bap.1678 - bur.1742
Carpenter of Kirby Bellars, Leicestershire
 
Mary [HASLEWOOD]
~1666 - bur.1716
of Kirby Bellars, Leicestershire
James HASLEWOOD
bap.1715 - bur.1795
Carpenter of Asfordby, Leicestershire
 
William SKILLINGTON
~1643 - bur.1725
Yeoman farmer of Thrussington, Leicestershire
Mary SKILLINGTON
~1680 - ~1755
of Asfordby, Leicestershire
 
Isabell WHITBY
~1643 - ~1718
of Ratcliffe On The Wreake, Leicestershire
Thomas HASLEWOOD
bap.1738 - ~1800
Carpenter of Asfordby, Leicestershire
 
Thomas HILL
~1674 - bur.1724
Fellmonger of Grimston, Leicestershire
Mary HILL
bap.1713 - bur.1795
of Asfordby, Leicestershire
 
Rachael [HILL]
~1693 - bur.1731
of Asfordby, Leicestershire
Rebecca 'Rachel' HASLEWOOD
bap.1774 - bur.1837
of Rotherby, Leicestershire
 
William UNDERWOOD
~1692 - 1742
of Asfordby, Leicestershire
William UNDERWOOD
bap.1694 - bur.1755
of Asfordby, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth [UNDERWOOD]
~1695 - bur.1745
of Asfordby, Leicestershire
Elizabeth UNDERWOOD
bap.1736 - bur.1780
of Rotherby, Leicestershire
 
Thomas WHEELWRIGHT
~1656 - bur.1738
Gardener of Rotherby, Leicestershire
Mary WHEELWRIGHT
bap.1693 - bur.1774
of Rotherby, Leicestershire
 
John COMPTON
~1566 - bur.1624
Miller of Garthorpe, Leicestershire
Eustace COMPTON
bap.1619 - bur.1711
Miller of Garthorpe, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth STEVENS
~1569 - bur.1655
of Garthorpe, Leicestershire
Mudwin COMPTON
bap.1651 - 1729
of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
 
Elizabeth [COMPTON]
~1605 - bur.1655
of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Spouses and Descendants
Generations
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Ann GARNER
1845 - ~1913
Stocking maker of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. William BRIGHTMORE (~1846 - ~1895)
 
Ada BRIGHTMORE
~1871 - ~1926
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Charles BRIGHTMORE
~1872 - ~1927
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Ann BRIGHTMORE
~1873 - ~1927
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Emily BRIGHTMORE
~1877 - ~1929
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Willoughby BRIGHTMORE
~1879 - ~1930
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Ellen Esther BRIGHTMORE
1883 - ~1961
of Leicester R.D., Leicestershire
  m. Harry Ernest IRELAND (1886 - ~1962)
 
Ernest T IRELAND
1912 - ~1962
of Hinckley R.D., Leicestershire
A Private Individual
  m. WALKER (~1916 - ?)
 
Nellie IRELAND
1917 - 1987
Flatlock machinist (underwear) of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. Charles W PAYNE (~1908 - ?)
 
A Private Individual
 
A Private Individual
A Private Individual
Narrative and Notes

Ann GARNER was a stocking maker.

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Personal Family World
Date
Age*
Event
Place
1845
0
Birth 
Burbage, Leicestershire
21 Dec 1845
0
Baptism 
Burbage, Leicestershire
bef 1851
6
Death of brother Stephen GARNER 
 
30 Mar 1851
5
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (6).
Census 
Burbage, Leicestershire
7 Apr 1861
15
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (16).
Census 
Crosland's Row, Burbage, Leicestershire
14 Jan 1862
17
Marriage of brother John GARNER and Esther BAILEY 
Trinity Church, Hinckley, Leicestershire, England
16 Jan 1865
20
Burial of father John GARNER 
Burbage, Leicestershire
12 Jun 1867
22
Witness to the  between brotherRichard GARNER and Harriett SMITH 
Burbage, Leicestershire
2 Apr 1871
25
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (26).
Census 
Hinckley Road, Burbage, Leicestershire
btw 1871 and 1872
26
Birth of daughter Ada BRIGHTMORE 
Leicester, Leicestershire
btw 1872 and 1873
27
Birth of son Charles BRIGHTMORE 
Leicester, Leicestershire
btw 1873 and 1874
28
Birth of daughter Ann BRIGHTMORE 
Burbage, Leicestershire
btw 1877 and 1878
32
Birth of daughter Emily BRIGHTMORE 
Leicester, Leicestershire
btw 1879 and 1880
34
Birth of son Willoughby BRIGHTMORE 
Leicester, Leicestershire
3 Apr 1881
35
query Caution: Recorded age does not match calculated age (36).
Census 
14 William Street, Leicester, Leicestershire
Occupation: Stocking maker 
 
31 Aug 1883
38
Death of mother Hannah WELDON 
Burbage, Leicestershire
11 Sep 1883
38
Birth of daughter Ellen Esther BRIGHTMORE 
10 
Leicester R.D., Leicestershire
Q3 1893
48
Death of sister Esther Elizabeth GARNER 
11 
Hinckley, Leicestershire
5 May 1901
56
Death of brother John GARNER 
12 13 14 15 16 
Chessher Street, Hinckley, Leicestershire, England
7 Feb 1909
64
Death of brother Richard GARNER 
Burbage, Leicestershire
bef 12 Mar 1910
65
Death of husband William BRIGHTMORE 
 
12 Mar 1910
65
Marriage of daughter Ellen Esther BRIGHTMORE and Harry Ernest IRELAND 
17 
Hinckley, Leicestershire
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - FamilySearch International Genealogical Index

Reprinted by permission. Copyright © 1999-2002 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc

Author: LDS. Publishing Info: This information has been reproduced with explicit permission of LDS

ANN GARNER

Female

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Event(s):

Christening: 21 DEC 1845 Burbage, Leicester, England

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Parents:

Father: JOHN GARNER

Mother: HANNAH

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Source Information:

Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

C034413 1813 - 1865 0590857 Film 0933104 Film

Sheet: 00

2 - UK 1851 Census - 30th March 1851
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John Garner - Head - Mar - 44 - Stocking Weaver - Leics Burbage

Hannah Garner - Wife - Mar - 44 - Seamer - Leics Syston

Elizabeth Garner - Daur - U - 20 - - Leics Burbage - Blind

Richard Garner - Son - U - 16 - Stocking Weaver - Leics Burbage

John Garner - Son - - 11 - Seamer - Leics Burbage

Ann Garner - - Daur - 5 - - Leics Burbage

3 - UK 1861 Census - 7th April 1861
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John Garner - Head - Mar - 55 - Stocking Framework Knitter - Leics Burbage

Hannah Garner - Wife - Mar - 54 - - Leics Syston

Esther Garner - Daur - Un - 30 - - Leics Burbage - Blind about 2 yrs of [edge of page]

Richard Garner - Son - 26 - Stocking Framework Knitter - Leics Burbage

Ann Garner - Daur - Un - 15 - Stocking Framework Knitter - Leics Burbage

4 - Garner - Bailey 1862

1862 Marriage solemnized at the Trinity Church in the Parish of Hinckley in the County of Leicester

No: 111

When married - October January 14th 1862

Name and Surname - Age - Condition - Rank or Profession - Residence at the time of marriage - Father's name and surname - Rank or Profession of father

John Garner - 22 - Bachelor - Carpenter - Hinckley - John Garner - Framework Knitter

Esther Bailey - 18 - Spinster - - Hinckley - Joseph Bailey - Farmer

Married in the Church of the Holy Trinity according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by _____ or after banns by me John Barker Bryant

This marriage was solemnized between us: John Garner, Esther Bailey in the Presence of us, Andrew Davidson, Priscilla Bailey

5 - FamilySearch International Genealogical Index

Reprinted by permission. Copyright © 1999-2002 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc

Author: LDS. Publishing Info: This information has been reproduced with explicit permission of LDS

John Garner

England, Leicestershire Parish Registers, 1533-1991

Name: John Garner

Event Type: Burial

Event Date: 16 Jan 1865

Event Place: Burbage, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom

Event Place (Original): Leicestershire,England,Burbage

Age: 60

Religion: Anglican

Page Number: 52

Record Number: GBPRS/LEICS/BUR/00743835

Affiliate Image Identifier: http: //search.findmypast.co.uk/record? id=S2/GBPRS/LEICS/15-0818-GB-LEC- BURBAGE-DE3367-26-BURIALS-1856-1924/00058

6 - Burbage Parish Records
7 - UK 1871 Census - 2nd April 1871
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William Brightmore - Head - Mar - 24 - Shoemaker Journeyman - Leicester Burbage

Ann Brightmore - Wife - Mar - 25 - Stocking maker - Leicester Burbage

Hannah Garner - Mother-in-law - Widow - 66 - Seamer - Leicester Syston

Esther Garner - Sister-in-law - Unm - 39 - - Leicester Burbage - Blind 21 years

8 - UK 1881 Census - 3rd April 1881
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William BRIGHTMORE Head M Male 34 Burbage, Leicester, England Policeman

Ann BRIGHTMORE Wife M Female 35 Burbage, Leicester, England

Ada BRIGHTMORE Daur U Female 9 Burbage, Leicester, England Scholar

Charles BRIGHTMORE Son U Male 3 Leicester, England Scholar

Ann BRIGHTMORE Daur U Female 7 Burbage, Leicester, England Scholar

Emily BRIGHTMORE Daur Female 3 Leicester, England

Elizabeth BRIGHTMORE Daur Female 2 Leicester, England

Willoughby BRIGHTMORE Son Male 1 Leicester, England

9 - Hannah Garner 1883

GRO Ref: Sep 1883 - GARNER Hannah 75 Hinckley 7a 34

Certified Copy of an Entry of Death

1883 Death in the Sub-District of Burbage in the Counties of Leicester and Warwick

No - When and where died - Sex - Age - Occupation - Cause of death - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered - Signature of registrar

56 - Thirty first August 1883, Burbage R.S.D Leicester - Hannah Garner - Female - 75 years - Widow of John Garner a stocking maker - Hemiplegia 40 hours, Certified by R Blackshaw Smith LRCPE - Harriett Garner daughter in law present at the death, Burbage - First September 1883 - George Archer Registrar

10 - 1939 England and Wales Register - 29th September 1939
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20 Westfield Road, Hinckley, Hinckley U.D., Leicestershire, England

Household members

First name(s)

Last name(s)

Birth date

Sex

Occupation

Marital status

Schedule

Schedule sub number

Harry E

Ireland

12 Mar 1886

Male

Knitter Mechanic Silk Hose Manu

Married

109

1

Ellen E

Ireland

11 Sep 1883

Female

Unpaid Domestic Duties

Married

109

2

Hilda J

Walker (Ireland)

10 Jun 1916

Female

Shortrhand Typist Bookeeper Manu

Single

109

3

Nellie

Payne (Ireland)

23 Nov 1917

Female

Flatlock Machinist Underwear

Single

109

4

11 - England & Wales, Death Registration Index 1837-2007 and United Kingdom Deaths 2007-2017

First name(s) Esther

Last name Garner

Gender Female

Birth day -

Birth month -

Birth year 1832

Age 61

Death quarter 3

Death year 1893

District Hinckley

County Leicestershire

Volume 7A

Page 29

Country England

Record set England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007

12 - Weaver Family Records

Hinkley

Saturday 11th May, 1901

SUDDEN DEATH OF A HINKLEY BUILDER

INQUEST AND VERDICT

It is our painful duty this week to chronicle the death of Mr. John Garner, carpenter and builder, Trinity Lane, which took place very suddenly on Sunday afternoon. As deceased was well known, not only in the town, but also throughout a large area of the surrounding district, the news of his demise will be received with profound regret.

Deceased was by trade a carpenter, and he also undertook building, having erected a goodly number of houses in the locality of Trinity Lane the whole work of which he superintended and carried out by his own workmen. Mr. Garner was apprenticed to Mr. Flavell, and after working his apprenticeship for many years worked for the firm of Messrs T. and G. Harrold. He was industrious and known to be a man of strict business habits. as is well known, the deceased was closely associated with the temperance movement in the town. He generally attended the meetings of the association, and on one or two occasions at the local licensing courts presented petitions in opposition to the granting of new applications. For many years Mr. Garner was a diligent director of the Hinckley Permanent Benefit Building Society, and in this capacity rendered signal help to the society. He also took a prominent part in establishing the coffee house (managed by the Hinckley Coffee and Cocoa House Co.) over a quarter of a century ago, and has since been a director of the concern. In creed Mr. Garner was a staunch churchman, and was a constant worshipper at the Parish Church of Holy Trinity. It may be mentioned that in connection with this place of worship he acted for many years as one of the wardens, besides being connected with other movements organised in connection with the church.

THE INQUEST

on the body was held at the Union Hotel on Monday. Elizabeth E. Garner was the first witness called. She said the deceased was her father and was about 61 years of age. She identified the body. Deceased was a carpenter and builder, and died on Sunday afternoon. Deceased seemed quite as well as usual. After tea on Sunday he went into the front room and sat down on a chair. Witness was in the same room with him. About half-past five she noticed deceased to turn very pale; he gave two or three deep sighs, and then lay back in the chair. Witness went to him at once. She did not think he was dead then, as he was breathing a little. They sent for Dr. Hall immediately, but before the doctor arrived her father was dead. Deceased had never been poorly and she was not aware that he had ever suffered from his heart, as he had not complained of it. He had not been seen by a doctor for the last two years. Deceased had worked a little of late; he had been doing a bit of painting, but witness did not think he had been working harder than usual.

Dr. Hall stated that he saw deceased a short time ago, and he then appeared well. The cause of death was syncope.

13 - FreeBMD - UK GRO Civil Registration

Jun 1901 - Garner John 61 Hinckley 7a 30

14 - National Probate Calendar

GARNER John

John of 1 Chessher-street Hinckley Leicestershire carpenter died 28 April 1901 Probate Leicester 26 October to William Pickering Printer and Bailey Ridgway coal-merchant Effects £8088 1s 10d.

15 - John Garner 1901

Dated 23rd August 1892

Copy

Will of Mr John Garner

Testator died 28th April 1901. Will proved in the District Probate Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice at Leicester by both executors on the 20t6th day of October 1901.

S. & S.H. Pilgrim, Hinckley

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This is the last Will and Testament

of me

John Garner Carpenter of Hinckley in the County of Leicester made this 23 twenty third day of August in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and ninety two

I hereby revoke all Wills made by me at anytime heretofore. I appoint Mr William Pickering Printer Hinckley and Mr Bailey Ridgeway of Hinckley to be my Executors and direct that all my debts and Funeral Expenses shall be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease.

I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Garner my Wife all my Goods and my house and land Property that belongs to me at my death to have to hold so long as shall live to colect [sic] the rents to keep in repair to pay all dues and demands and at the Death of the siad [sic] Elizabeth Garner my wife the siad [sic] Goods and property to be Equally deived [sic] between my three children now liveing [sic] namly [sic] Thomas Garner and Ester [sic] Elizabeth Garner and Wilboughlby [sic] Garner if ether [sic] of the three should ide his or her share shall be be deived [sic] with the other two butt [sic] if they be marred [sic] and leave chieldren [sic] there [sic] children shall receive there [sic] fathers or mother [sic] share. I wish my son Thomas to have my tools and chest but stock in trade ether [sic] to be sold or taken to at vauluation [sic].

P.S. the Grand children not to received [sic] anything till they are twenty one years of age

John Garner

Signed by the said Testator in the presence of us present at the same time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses

Esther Hamson, Hinckley

Jessie Cook, Hinckley

16 - John Garner 1901

Certified Copy of an Entry of Death

1901 Death in the Sub-District of Hinckley in the County of Leicester

No - When and where died - Sex - Age - Occupation - Cause of death - Signature, description and residence of informant - When registered - Signature of registrar

337 - Fifth May 1901, Hinckley U.D. - John Garner - Male - 61 years - Builder of Trinity Lane, Hinckley - Died suddenly from Natural Causes namely Syncope due to Heart failure - Certificate received from G.E Bouskell Coroner for Southern District of Leicestershire. Inquest held sixth May 1901 - Tenth May 1901 - John Powers Registrar

17 - St Mary, Hinckley, Parish Records
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