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Ann SNEAD

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1741 General Election in Great Britain
1741 She was born
4 Mon 19 Aug 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie raised the Stuart standard at Glenfinnan claiming the throne
5 Sat 20 Sep 1746 Bonnie Prince Charlie escaped from Scotland to France
6 1747 General Election in Great Britain
10 Sun 24 Mar 1751 Chesterfield's Act made this the last day of 1750/51 in Great Britain and it Colonies
10 Mon 25 Mar 1751 First day of year 1751 in Great Britain and its Colonies
10 Tue 31 Dec 1751 Last day of the year 1751 in Great Britain and its Colonies
11 Wed 1 Jan 1752 First day of the year 1752 in Great Britain and its Colonies
11 Thu 11 Jun 1752 Silver Jubilee of George II
11 Wed 2 Sep 1752 Last day when the Julian Calendar was in use in Great Britain
11 Sun 3 Sep 1752 Became 14 Sep 1752 in Great Britain and its Colonies
12 Sun 18 Mar 1753 Became 1 Mar 1753 in Finland
13 1754 General Election in Great Britain
13 Mon 25 Mar 1754 Hardwicke's Act
19 Sat 25 Oct 1760 Accession of George III on death of his grandfather George II in Kensington
20 1761 General Election in Great Britain
21 May 1762 Marquis of Bute became head of government
21 Sun 17 Oct 1762 She married Richard COPE (aged ?) in Polesworth, Warwickshire, England
22 Apr 1763 Marquis of Bute resigned. Grenville became Prime Minister
24 1765 Marquess of Rockingham became Prime Minister
27 1768 General Election in Great Britain; Grafton appointed Chief Minister
28 Mon 1 May 1769 Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington born in Dublin
29 1770 George III appointed Lord North as Chief Minister
32 Thu 16 Dec 1773 The 'Boston Tea Party' took place off Griffin's Wharf in Boston Massachusetts as a protest against British taxation
33 1774 General Election in Great Britain
35 Thu 4 Jul 1776 The Declaration of Independence was adopted in Philadelphia
39 1780 General Election in Great Britain
40 Fri 19 Oct 1781 Lord Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington at Yorktown Virginia to end the American War of Independence
41 Wed 27 Mar 1782 Marquess of Rockingham became Prime Minister (Whig)
41 Sat 13 Jul 1782 Earl of Shelburne became Prime Minister (Whig)
42 Fri 4 Apr 1783 Duke of Portland became Prime Minister of Coalition Government
43 Apr 1784 General Election in Great Britain
44 Tue 25 Oct 1785 Silver Jubilee of George III
48 Wed 4 Mar 1789 George Washington became 1st President of U.S.A.
48 Tue 14 Jul 1789 Storming of the Bastille by the citizens of Paris began the French Revolution
49 1790 Her grandson, Thomas COPE was born in Warton, Warwickshire, England
52 Mon 4 Mar 1793 George Washington began second term as President of U.S.A.
55 1796 General Election in Great Britain
56 Sun 26 Feb 1797 One Pound notes were first issued by the Bank of England
56 Sat 4 Mar 1797 John Adams became 3rd President of U.S.A.
60 1801 General Election in Great Britain
60 Wed 4 Mar 1801 Thomas Jefferson became 4th President of U.S.A.
60 Sat 21 Mar 1801 Henry Addington became Prime Minister (Tory)
61 1802 General Election in Great Britain
62 Wed 31 Aug 1803 Her granddaughter, Amey COPE was born
63 Wed 16 May 1804 William Pitt returned as Prime Minister (Tory)
63 Fri 18 May 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte was proclaimed Emperor of France
64 Mon 4 Mar 1805 Thomas Jefferson began second term as President of U.S.A.
64 Sat 5 Oct 1805 Admiral Lord Nelson died at Battle of Trafalgar
65 1806 General Election in Great Britain
65 Jan 1806 Death of William Pitt
65 Mon 10 Feb 1806 Lord Grenville became Prime Minister of Coalition Government
66 1807 General Election in Great Britain
66 Tue 31 Mar 1807 Duke of Portland became Prime Minister (Tory)
67 1808 Her grandson, Thomas COPE married Alice HATTON in Hartshill, Warwickshire, England
68 1809 South Stack lighthouse built
68 Wed 6 Dec 1809 James Madison became 6th President of U.S.A.
68 Wed 6 Dec 1809 Spencer Perceval became Prime Minister (Tory)
69 Thu 25 Oct 1810 Golden Jubilee of George III
70 Tue 5 Feb 1811 Act of Regency proclaimed George IV Head of State
71 1812 General Election in Great Britain
71 1812 Mill owner William Horsfall shot and killed by Luddites in Huddersfield. Seventeen men sentenced to hang at York
71 1812 Prime Minister Spencer Perceval shot and killed by John Bellingham a mentally deranged commercial agent who was acclaimed by the Luddites as a hero
71 Tue 16 Jun 1812 Earl of Liverpool became Prime Minister (Tory)
71 Tue 28 Jul 1812 Rose's Act (52 Geo.III. Cap. 146.) passed requiring separate registers for Baptisms & Burials
72 Thu 4 Mar 1813 James Madison began second term as President of U.S.A.
74 Sun 18 Jun 1815 Final defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo by Wellington and Blcher
76 Tue 4 Mar 1817 James Monroe became 8th President of U.S.A.
77 1818 General Election in Great Britain
77 Thu 29 Oct 1818 Her grandson, Thomas COPE married Ann HARDING in P.C. Mancetter, Warwickshire, England
79 1820 General Election in Great Britain
79 1820 Accession of George IV when George III died at Windsor Castle
80 Sun 4 Mar 1821 James Monroe began second term as President of U.S.A.
84 Fri 4 Mar 1825 John Quincy Adams became 10th President of U.S.A.
85 1826 The 286 mile A5 from London to Holyhead was completed by Thomas Telford. Journey time by horse-drawn coach: 27 hours
85 1826 Thomas Telford's Britannia Bridge opened
86 Mon 30 Apr 1827 George Canning became Prime Minister (Tory)
86 Sat 8 Sep 1827 Viscount Goderich became Prime Minister (Tory)
87 1828 General Election in Great Britain
87 Sat 26 Jan 1828 Duke of Wellington became Prime Minister (Tory)
88 Wed 4 Mar 1829 Andrew Jackson became 11th President of U.S.A.
89 Sat 26 Jun 1830 Accession of William IV on death of George IV
89 Jul 1830 General Election in Great Britain
89 Mon 15 Nov 1830 Wellington's government defeated
89 Wed 24 Nov 1830 Earl Grey became Prime Minister (Whig)
90 May 1831 General Election in Great Britain
90 Sat 8 Oct 1831 Russell's Reform Bill defeated
90 Dec 1831 County freeholders-property worth £2 a year; County copyholders renting at £10 a year; County £10 leaseholders with 60 year leases; County £50 leaseholders with 20 year leases
91 Jun 1832 House of Lords reluctantly passed the Great Reform Bill abolishing 'Rotten Boroughs'
91 Dec 1832 General Election. Franchise: Borough householders-property worth £10 a year
92 Mon 4 Mar 1833 Andrew Jackson began second term as President of U.S.A.
93 1834 Boards of Guardians set up to administer the Poor Law
93 Sun 13 Jul 1834 Viscount Melbourne became Prime Minister (Whig)
93 Fri 26 Dec 1834 Sir Robert Peel became Prime Minister (Tory)
94 1835 General Election in Great Britain
94 Thu 1 Jan 1835 Strike in Cornish Tin Mines
95 1836 Tithe Commutation Act allowed tithes to be commuted to a rent-charge
96 1837 General Election in Great Britain
96 Sat 4 Mar 1837 Martin van Buren became 13th President of U.S.A.
96 Tue 20 Jun 1837 Accession of Victoria on death of William IV
96 Sat 1 Jul 1837 Compulsory Civil Registration of Marriages and Deaths began in England & Wales
96 Sat 1 Jul 1837 Voluntary Civil Registration of Births began in England & Wales
100 1841 General Election in Great Britain
100 1841 She was probably dead by now

 

DERIVED INFORMATION

MARRIED ONCE
 1741 She was born to unknown parents
1762 She came of age at 21
17 Oct 1762 When she was 21 she married Richard COPE
1790 When she was 49 her first grandchild (of 6), Thomas COPE was born
6 Jun 1841 Predicted census return: Ann COPE, Married, 100
 
SELECTED KIN ALIVE AT 1851


Thomas COPE grandson 61 Warton, Warwickshire, England
Amey COPE granddaughter 47

THE FOLLOWING ARE INCLUDED IF THEY WERE BORN BEFORE END OF BIOGRAPH:
 5 Children
1 Spouse
6 Grandchildren