Ann PHELPS 1744 - 1824
Fourth child of John PHELPS 1711 – 1755 and Elizabeth FOWLER (1708–1791)
Born 22nd October 1744, Dursley, Gloucestershire
Died 28th August 1824, Dursley, Gloucestershire
Married William VIZARD (1736-1807)
Ann and William had ten children
Children
John VIZARD 1772-1814
Ann VIZARD 1773-1799
William VIZARD 1774-1859
Henry VIZARD 1775-1866
Edward VIZARD 1778-1780
Charles VIZARD 1779-1853
George VIZARD 1781-1854
Isabella Jane VIZARD 1783-1855
Charlotte Elizabeth VIZARD 1784-1799
Maria Eloisa VIZARD 1788-1820
Summary of Will of Ann Vizard (née Phelps)
Summary of people mentioned in the last Will and Testament of Ann VIZARD (née PHELPS), wife of William Vizard (1736-1807)
Ann wrote her will on 10 February 1821.
Ann died 28 August 1824.
Ann’s Will was proved at London on 12 October 1824.
People mentioned in Ann Vizard’s will
Her children and their families
• William Vizard (son of Ann Vizard)
 o Mary Vizard (wife of William)
• Henry Vizard (son of Ann Vizard)
• William Vizard (son of Ann Vizard)
• Charles Vizard (son of Ann Vizard)
 o Sophia Vizard (née SMITH, wife of Charles)
• George Vizard (son of Ann Vizard)
• Isabella Jane Vizard (daughter of Ann Vizard) – sole Executrix of Ann’s Will
• John Vizard (son – deceased)
 o Anna Maria Vizard (née WEIGHT, wife of John)
  • Anna Maria Vizard (granddaughter of Ann Vizard)
  • Anne Elizabeth Vizard (granddaughter of Ann Vizard)
Nieces
• Esther Sophia Phelps (niece – daughter of Ann’s deceased brother John de la Ffield)
• Mrs Hester Warner (née Moore – niece – daughter of Ann’s deceased sister, Elizabeth)
• Miss Mary Moore (niece – daughter of Ann’s sister, Elizabeth)
• Miss Ann Moore (niece – daughter of Ann’s sister, Elizabeth)
Witnesses
• Wm Cox[?] Buchanan Snr. Dursley
• John Weight Clerk to Messrs Vizard & Burnham
Source : Gloucestershire, England, Wills and Inventories, 1541-1858
From the newspapers
Death of Ann Vizard (née Phelps) - 1824
1) At Dursley, in her 80th year, Mrs. Vizard, relict of Wm. Vizard, Esq.
Source : Worcester Journal - Thursday 2 September 1824, page 4
2) Saturday died at Dursley, in her 80th year, Mrs. Vizard, relict of Wm. Vizard, Esq.; of that place.
Source : Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, Thursday 2 September 1824, page 2
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