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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Thomas Gott: Birth: 29 MAR 1762 in Kensington, Middlesex. Death: AFT 1807

  2. Sarah Ann Gott: Birth: 3 MAR 1763 in Brentford, Middlesex. Death: 13 MAR 1832 in Great Malvern, Worcestershire

  3. Henry Gott: Birth: 22 JUN 1764 in Brentford, Middlesex.

  4. Samuel Gott: Birth: AFT 1764. Death: BEF 1807

  5. William Augustus Gott: Birth: AFT 1764. Death: 1860 in Canada

  6. Richard Gott: Death: AFT 22 DEC 1809

  7. Anne Gott: Death: 9 MAY 1832 in Southampton, Hants


Sources
1. Text:   Account of Births of the Kinnersley Hooper and Whitcombe family. Drawn up 1764 by Winifred Hooper nee Kinnersley.
2. Author:   Henry John Hodgson
3. Page:   1755
Text:   Elaine Wiltshire <wiltshire@britishlibrary.net>
4. Page:   1761
Text:   Account of Births of the Kinnersley Hooper and Whitcombe family. Drawn up 1764 by Winifred Hooper nee Kinnersley.

Notes
a. Note:   N7778 Little Boston House was on the corner of Windmill Lane and the Ride [in Ealing], and was originally the dower house to Boston Manor. It was lived in 1815-17 by John Quincy Adams [presumably just after Ann Gott had died there], later 6th President of the USA, while he was Ambassador to the UK. It was demolished in the 1930s.
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 Her daughter Sarah’s letters to her husband Harford Jones refer to conflict with her mother. However in a letter of 1804 she says that ‘Her mother 'opened her heart to me for the first time in her life' (synopsis from Kentchurch Court Archive)
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 Death pace from Monthly magazine and British register: Volume 39 - Page 73
b. Note:   Or 1755?


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