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  1. Brewer ca 1600-, son of Thomas and Mary Ann Drake, married to Elizabeth Graves in 1652. Brewer ca 1572-1637, son of William and Deannes Baker, married to Mary Ann Drake in 1592. Brewer 1560-1622/, married to Elizabeth Maverick in 1584. Brewse (de) †1492, with Joan Calthorpe. Briand 1723-1779, married to Marie-Josephe Lefebvre in 1754.

  2. Mary Ann Errington (mother) Maria Anne Fitzherbert ( née Smythe , previously Weld ; 26 July 1756 – 27 March 1837) was a longtime companion of George IV of the United Kingdom before he became king.

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  4. 26/03/2010 · He married, firstly, Maria Anne Smythe, daughter of Walter Smythe and Mary Ann Errington, on 15 September 1785 at Park Lane, Mayfair, London, England G, in a private marriage, and in contravention of the Royal Marriages Act 1772. 1 He married, secondly, Karoline Amelie Elisabeth Prinzessin von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, daughter of Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel ...

  5. Wife, Mary née HEWLETT, formerly BROWN, who died in New Plymouth in 1890. Children Eliza [6], Alfred [3] and Henry [1]. Henry was killed in action at Mahoetahi, Taranaki in 1860. Two more children were born in New Plymouth, namely Charles [1843] and William James [1845] See also Mary Jane BROWN. William Bryan : New Plymouth: 30 03 1841 : EDMUNDS

  6. Service. A private family funeral will take place. Donations. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Epilepsy Unit through the London Health Sciences Foundation at would be gratefully acknowledged.

  7. There were over 50,000 boys named William or girls named Mary in 1850. Compare that to the mere 6941 boys named Oliver and 5158 girls named Amelia in 2015 and we can see that the difference is massive -- especially when we take into account the smaller population size back in 1850.