Jan-Mar 1874, near King's Lynn,
Ann Neve Crask was baptised at St Mary The Virgin Church in North
Repps, Norfolk. It is presumed that she grew up and
was schooled in North Repps since her parents lived there all their
from St Mary's North Repps
It is likely that Anne went to London to work as a Domestic Servant and she married
In 1841, William lived with his wife, Margaret and children Ellen and
Thomas at 2 Wallis(?) in Pimlico, London.
William was born ca 1807 but it is not known where. Also,
nothing is known of his wife Margaret - perhaps they were Irish?
1841 England Census
Anne and William were married in the Apr-Jun quarter of 1841.
Possibly, Anne was his servant and Margaret died leaving him with
two children. Was this a marriage of convenience for both of
Then what? The next information comes from the 1851 England
Census wherein Anne (Anna) Duley is working as a Servant/Housemaid
at a house at 9 Montague Street, St George, Bloomsbury, London.
Anne is a Widow. The head of the household was Elizabeth
Winslade. The two Duley children are not there.
1851 England Census
Anne is still at 9 Montague Street in 1861.
There is a death registration for a William Duley in the Oct-Dec
quarter of 1846 in the registration district of Pancras.
Given that Duley is an unusual spelling, it could be him.
Anne died in the Jan-Mar quarter of 1874 in Norfolk (King's Lynn
There were no children
St Mary's, North Repps parish baptism entry
1841 Census of England & Wales, HO 107 /732 /9
England & Wales FreeBMD Marriage Index
1851 Census of England & Wales, HO 107 /1507, page 62
1861 Census of England & Wales, RG 9 /166, page 82