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Ann was born in 1775 in Turton and her baptism took place on October 15th, 1775 at Walmsley Presbyterian conducted by minister John Aspinal.1  Ann's father was Richard Mather and her mother was Ann Howarth.  Her paternal grandparents were Peter Mather and Elizabeth (Betty) Cranshaw; her maternal grandparents were Edmund Howarth and Anne. She had four brothers and four sisters, named Isaac, James, Solomon, Richard, Susanna, Susan, Nancy and Alice.  She was the third youngest of the nine children.  She died at the age of 54 in March 1829 in Harwood.  She was buried on March 29th, 1829 at St. Peter's (Bolton).2 

Ann's family with Richard Greenhalgh

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‌Ann and Richard were married in a religious ceremony on January 13th, 1806 at St. Peter's (Bolton) by minister John Wilson and witnessed by William Orrell and James Orrell.3   They had three biological sons named Thomas, Robert and John.  They also had an adopted son and an adopted daughter, named Richard and Mary.

1 Lancashire OPC Project
2 Manchester CoE Deaths & Burials
4 Manchester CoE Births & Baptisms
5 1841 UK Census
6 BMD-Lancashire

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