James and Ann Hapgood of Lymington

James and Ann were one of two Hapgood families living in Lymington at the end of the eighteenth century. They married at Boldre, a few miles outside Lymington, on 17 November 1791 at the ages of 23 (James) and 18 (Ann) respectively. Over the following 24 years they had eleven children as shown in the family tree below.

James died in 1834 in Lymington and Ann followed in 1851. They are buried in the churchyard at Lymington Parish Church together with their eldest son, James (d. 1860). There is a death notice for Ann in the Hampshire Cronicle (27 Sep 1851, pg. 5), where she was described as a fruiterer.

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James and Ann operated several businesses in the Lymington area:


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