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Other contemporary accounts, giving her name in full, say 'on Saturday night' (, Thursday 26 April 1733).The latter is misleading as the previous Saturday is clearly intended.He had married in Strand RD, September Quarter 1871, Sarah Maria Cottrell [GRO Marriage Index], daughter of Thomas Cotterell. She married 2ndly, with settlement dated 27 January 1761, his distant kinsman, Captain Terence Prendergast. Used arms of Williams; ee Fox-Davies ii (1930) 1660., for Monday, (Issue 1575), Page 1b (and elsewhere in that issue, and again on Tuesday, ), has previously been noted [found by me on 30 July 2008].Of Monmouth, sole legatee and executrix to husband, 1876. Agnes Dalton Prytherch, baptised at St Peter, Carmarthen, 30 June 1845 [BTs, Entry 303]. He assumed the surname Williams in addition to that of Prendergast in accordance with the marriage settlement, 1761. He died at Marl, 30 October 1779; buried at Llan-rhos [Jenkins, as above, 28; CB iv (1904) 232, sub Prendergast, has 3 October 1776]. It follows the death of Isaac Axford's second wife in 1791.She died unmarried at Battersea, Surrey, 7 September 1871 [PPR Calendar], aged 42.Her administration as late of Carmarthen, granted 15 December 1887 [PPR, £195; resworn August 1891, £608-5-5]. Margaret Augusta Dalton Prytherch, born at Carmarthen, and baptised at St Peter, Carmarthen, 21 July 1830 [BTs, Entry 608].27 (1923) pages 124, 129], and baptised at the Oude Kerk (St Nicholas), Amsterdam, 14 September 1708, the son of the above mentioned Daniel and Elizabeth Burr [FHL MF 113136 & 113179]. Mrs Anne -- was deliver'd of a Daughter at her house in Grosvenor Square, who died in two Hours, after having been batized in the Name of Amelia.
The descendants of one Alexander Burr who had children (by a wife Jane Anderson) baptised at St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh between 17, have a pedigree [information kindly supplied by Dr J. Daniel and Elizabeth had no known child of that name and the parentage of Alexander Burr seems unknown.
Margaret Burr, who is said to have been born in 1728, married the artist Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) at the Mayfair Chapel, 15 July 1746.
She received an annuity of £200 from the estate of the Duke of Beaufort and is thus generally credited with having been the Duke's daughter [ODNB, vol. In 1930 a portrait said to be of James Burr and the work of Thomas Gainsborough was sold from the collection of the sitter's great, great-grandson at Barbizon House, the sitter being described in the sale catalogue as a commercial traveller who worked in the establishment of Gainsborough's father, a milliner and crepe-maker at Sudbury, Suffolk, and the brother of Gainsborough's future wife.(London: Jonathan Cape, 1984) that the artist's wife Margaret was the daughter of Frederick, Prince of Wales [Corri, 153], a conclusion strengthened when she found mention in the Prince's circle at Kew of one John Fitz Frederick Burr [Corri, 155].
The correct date for Amelia's birth would thus seem to be 14/15 April 1733 Page 37 line 3, for '180S' read '1805'. Page 41 re Frederick Henry James Ritso The St Marylebone, Middlesex, registers show the marriage by licence of Frederick Ritso, of this parish, bachelor, and Ellen Errington, of St George the Martyr, widow, on 20 October 1795 [Registers, Page 363, Entry 1089].
Page 43 re Frederick Charles Grimm Ritso Frederick Charles Grimm Ritso, aged 57, widower, of 3 Bernard Street, son of John Ritso, deceased, Officer in the Army, married 2ndly, by banns at St George, Bloomsbury, 11 November 1880, Jane Hill Harris, 45, spinster, of 3 Bernard Street, daughter of Richard Stancombe Harris, deceased, farmer [Register, Page 6, Entry 11].