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Mary Anne (née Clementson), Lady Amcotts-Ingilby

(circa 1817-1902), Second wife of Sir William Amcotts-Ingilby, 2nd Bt; daughter of John Clementson

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14 September 2021, 20:56

Mary was, the daughter of John Clementson, serjeant-at-arms to the House of Commons, and Elizabeth, Mary's mother the daughter of Sir Thomas Turton, 1st Baronet (1764 –1844).


14 September 2021, 10:50

Amazing to see the person my step gt gt grandmother was Ladies Maid to in the same year as this photo. They lived at Broxholme Park, Ripley, Near Knaresborough. My relative was Frances Bell who 3 years later married my widowed gt gt grandfather John Stead. They had known each other as teenagers in the village of Saxton, Yorkshire. John became a master tailor operating his own business from North Street, Leeds. He was also a senior member of a Charity called 'The Ancient Order of Romans' to which he devoted some 25 yrs of his life. Frances lived to the age of 90.
Mary was born in Westminster, London. 18 Jul 1818 and died in Ripley, Knaresborough, Yorkshire 22 Dec 1902. Mary's widowed mother Elizabeth Clemenston, was also living at this residence in this period.
Mary's husband was a Baronet, Sir William Amcotts-Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Ripley Yorkshire.