Our Family History - Person Sheet
Our Family History - Person Sheet
NameAnna Pickett
Birth4 May 1777, England
Death28 Aug 1822, England, Middlesex, Camden
Burial3 Sep 1822, England, Middlesex, Camden
MemoSt Martin in the Fields Burial Ground, with her mother.
FatherCharles Pickett (1745-1788)
MotherEsther Haywood (1753-1828)
Spouses
Birth20 Apr 1780, England, London
DeathAug 1836, England, Middlesex, Islington
OccupationCoach Maker
FatherWilliam Marks (1733-1800)
MotherSarah Voss (1753-1799)
Marriage4 Jul 1802, England, Middlesex, Westminster
ChildrenJohn Pickett (1808-1885)
Notes for Thomas (Spouse 1)
Thomas and Ann had 8 children,
George Marks 1804 - ?
Esther Marks 1806-1893
John Pickett Marks Sr 1808-1885
Ann Eliza Marks 1810-1847
Henry Marks 1812-1880
Sarah Amelia Marks 1814-1884
Ebenezer Marks 1817 - ?
Harriet Marks 1819-1906

Note by Paul Marks:
Huguenot Descent: Stan understands and told me August 2010 that the Marks family descended from Huguenots who came from France to England as a result of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. The name was anglicised from Marques to Marks. Presumably there would only have been 2 or 3 generations from the immigrant Marques to Thomas William Marks.

The Edict of Fontainebleau (October 1685) was an edict issued by Louis XIV of France, also known as the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes of 1598, which had granted to the Huguenots the right to practice their religion without persecution from the state.
Last Modified 9 Jan 2020Created 18 Jan 2020 by Peder Kristensen
Updated 18 Jan 2020


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