|Father||Thomas Sackett (1754-1831)|
|Mother||Martha Grant (c 1760-1841)|
In 1841 Ann was living at Havering Street, StepneyG, in the household of her husband Wales Peck, 43, a pilot, and was recorded in the census as Ann Peck, aged 39. Their daughter Ann, 15, was living with them.10
In 1851 she was living at 28 Jubliee Street, StepneyG, and was recorded as Ann Peck, an annuitant, head of household, a widow, aged 49. Her daughter Ann, 25, was living with her.11
In 1861 she was living in Brooke, Loddon, NorfolkG, and was recorded as Ann Peck, an annuitant, head of household, a widow, aged 59. Her unmarried daughter Ann, 35, was living with her.12
In 1871 she was living in BrookeG and was recorded as Ann Peck, an annuitant, head of household, a widow, aged 69. Her daughter Ann, 45, was living with her.13
Wales died intestate. Administration of his estate was granted to his widow Ann by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in July 1849. However, she did not complete the administration and a further grant was made by the Principal Registry to their daughter Ann on 25 November 1876.14
Notes & Citations
- Baptisms Register, St Mary Rotherhithe, Surrey, "26 February 1802 Ann Sackett d. Thomas & Martha, 30 days, b. 27 January."
- General Register Office, Online Index to Deaths, "Dec qtr 1874. Peck, Ann, 72. Loddon. 04B:155."
- Burials Register, City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery (Ancestry image), "29 Dec 1874, Ann Peck, of Brook, Norfolk, 72."
- Marriage Licences, Diocese of Winchester (London Metropolitan Archives), "26 March 1819 Wales Peck, 21+, & Ann Sackett, 17+, with consent of father, Thos Sackett. Bondsmen: Wales Peck, mariner, of Bermondsey, & Thos Sackett, boatbuilder, of Bermondsey, natural & lawful father."
- Marriages Register, St Mary Bermondsey, Surrey (Marion Sackett transcripts), "28 March 1819 Wales Peck bachelor & Ann Sackett spinster, a minor of this parish, with consent of her father Thomas Sackett. Witnesses: William Harris, Judith Peck, Judith Horn."
- Baptisms Register, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (Ancestry image), "20 Nov 1797, Wales Peck, b. 2 Nov, s. of Wales & Judith (Brooks)."
- Burials Register, City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery (Ancestry image), "13 Apr 1849, Wales Peck, 51, of Jubilee Street, Stepney."
- "England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837–1915" (Ancestry transcript), "Jun qtr 1849. Peck, Wales. Stepney. 2:349."
- 1841 England census
Havering Street, Stepney, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex
Wales Peck, 43, pilot, b. not Middlesex
Ann Peck, 39, b. not Middlesex
Ann Peck, 15, b. not Middlesex.
- 1851 England census
28 Jubilee St, Stepney, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex
Ann Peck, head, widow, 49, annuitant, b. Bermondsey, Surrey
Ann Peck, daughter, 25, house proprietor, b. Bermondsey.
- 1861 England census
Brooke, Loddon, Norfolk
Ann Peck, head, widow, 59, annuitant, b. Bermondsey, Surrey
Ann Peck, daughter, single, 35, proprietor of house, b. Bermondsey.
- 1871 England census
Brooke St, Loddon, Norfolk
Ann Peck, head, widow, 69, annuitant, b. Surrey, Bermondsey
Ann Peck, dau, 45, b. Bermondsey.
- "England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills & Administrations), 1858–1995" (Ancestry image), "Peck Wales. 25 Nov 1876. Administration of the effects of Wales Peck late of 28 Upper-Jubilee-street in the Hamlet of Mile End Old Town in the County of Middlesex Trinity Pilot who died 5 April 1849 at Upper-Jubilee-street left unadministered by Ann Peck Widow the Relict was granted at the Principal Registry to Ann Peck of Bergh Appton in the County of Norfolk Spinster the Daughter and only Next of Kin. Former Grant Prerogative Court of Canterbury July 1849. Effects under £450."
|Sackett line||5th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet|
|Charts||Line 3 (English)|
|Last Edited||28 Oct 2022|