Hon. Ann Byam Stapleton (née Kerby)
Profile & Legacies Summary
1796 - 1842
Claimant or beneficiary
Ann[e] Byam Stapleton née Kerby, widow of Rev. Hon. Miles J. Stapleton (1801-1830) and daughter of Thomas Norbury Kerby of Antigua and Jane Kerby née Byam (q.v.), was awarded 3/5ths of the compensation for Stephen's Blizard estate in Antigua; the remainder went to trustees.
- Marriage of Ann Byam Kerby and Rev. Hon. Miles J. Stapleton 29/12/1820. After she was widowed Ann Byam Stapelton lived with her mother Jane Kerby in a grace and favour apartment at Hampton Court. Burial of Ann Byam Stapleton aged 46 of Hampton Court Palace 21/01/1842 at Hampton St Mary, Richmond-upon-Thames.
T71/877 Antigua claim nos. 363 (Stephen Blizard's) and 812.
- Date of marriage and children are drawn from Burke's Peerage 107th edition 2003 transcribed at http://thepeerage.com/p4210.htm#i42091; Sarah E. Parker 'Grace and favour: a handbook of who lived where in Hampton Court Palace 1750-1950' (Hampton Court: Historic Royal places, 2005) p. 41 shows Mrs Jane Kirby [sic] wife of Thomas Norbury Kirby of Antigua in Apt 12 (Suite XXV) 18 Sept. 1831 with her daugher Anne; then Anne, Hon Mrs Bryant [sic] Stapleton from 7th July 1835 (identified as having married The Rev. The Hon Miles Stapleton), succeeded in turn by Anne's daughter Adelaide [later Mrs Paget] who died in 1860; Ancestry.com, London, England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980 [database online].
Name in compensation records
Hon. Ann Byam Stapleton widow
Hon Miles J. Stapleton
Adelaide, Jane Elizabeth, Anne Byam, Maria Catherine
Associated Claims (2)
Hampton Court Palace, Surrey, South-east England, England