NameAmy STAGG , GGGG Grandmother
Birth4 Jul 1739
Baptism29 Jul 1739
Death1810
FatherJohn STAGG (~1709-)
Spouses
1Francis WALTON , GGGG Grandfather
OccupationMariner
Marriage29 Dec 1757, St. Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex
ChildrenFrancis (1758-1839)
 Sarah (1760-)
 Amy (1762-1763)
 Frances (1763-)
 Rebecca (1765-)
 James (1766-)
 Ann (1768-1769)
 Amy (1771-1834)
 Ann Gilbert (1773-1778)
 John (1776-)
Notes for Amy STAGG
This is a possibility.
Baptism St. Dustan and All Saints, Stepney, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex.
Baptism July 29, 1739, Amey Stagg daughter of Jno. Stagg of Rat[cliffe] cooper, and Sarah, 25 days old.
[This would make her 18 years old when she was married and 19 when her first child was born] [Also her future husband being from Ratcliffe would also seem to agree. ]


The following might refer to Amy Walton
From the Gentleman’s magazine 1810
Obituary
October 16
Age 64, the wife of Mr. Francis Walton of Horsely-down.
[The age would be out by 6 years]
Notes for Francis (Spouse 1)
www.merchantnetworks.co..au refers to him as a Ratcliffe mariner

From the Parish register Saint Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex, Tower Hamlets
Banns of Marriage between Francis Walton and Amy Stagg were published on the 6th 13th & 20th Days of November in the year of 1757. The said Francis Walton of this Parish Batchelor [as spelled] and Amy Staggs of this parish spinster were Married in this Church by Banns this Twenty Ninth [or is it Sixth] Day of December in the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty seven by me John Tong Curate. This Marriage was solemnized between Us Francis Walton, Amy Stagg In the Presence of James Wheldon?; Jno Howard.
[Note although the Curate gave her name as Staggs, Amy signed her name as Stagg.]

Occupation of mariner from children’s baptismal records.
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