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Hello,

My ancestor Mary Anne Bone married my relative Anders Magnus Brithelli in Kalmar Sweden. She was born in 1784, probably in Liverpool. Anders Magnus owned a shipyard in Kalmar and was a merchant, so I suppose Mary Anne might have a similar background. Anyone who know about her?

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Hi Caroline,

Haven't found a baptism in Liverpool, but there is one in London, I don't know if this is her without any other information.

Name: Mary Ann Bone
Baptism Date: 2 Nov 1783
Parish: St Mary, Islington
County: Middlesex
Borough: Islington
Parent(s): Christopher Bone,
Hannah Bone
Record Type: Christening
Register Type: Parish Register

Did they ever live in the UK so they would have details in any of the census??

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Hi Caroline,

Haven't found a baptism in Liverpool, but there is one in London, I don't know if this is her without any other information.

Name: Mary Ann Bone
Baptism Date: 2 Nov 1783
Parish: St Mary, Islington
County: Middlesex
Borough: Islington
Parent(s): Christopher Bone,
Hannah Bone
Record Type: Christening
Register Type: Parish Register

Did they ever live in the UK so they would have details in any of the census??

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Amanda
Hi Amanda,

I don´t think they lived in the UK after marriage or if the wedding was in the UK or in Sweden. It is said that she came from Liverpool but that doesn´t say that she was born or raised there, it might only be the port she left England from. They had a son, Andrew John, born in 1817 in the town of Kalmar in Sweden. Mary Anne died 1839 in Kalmar.
Do you have any information on Christopher and Hannah Bone?

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1861 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription

6, Reginald Street, St Pauls, Greenwich, London, England


Thomas Green Head Married Male 48 1813 Lawyer Buckinghamshire, England

Mary Green Wife Married Female 48 1813 - Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Mary Ann Cameron Daughter In Law Married Female 16 1845 - Deptford, Kent, England

Eliza Green Daughter - Female 9 1852 - Deptford, Kent, England

Mary Ann Bone Mother In Law Widow Female 77 1784 - Devon, England


I don't know if this could be her. Mary Green would be her daughter, she was born Liverpool
 
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Hi Amanda,

I tried to answer but must have made something wrong, so this message might come up twice.

As far as I know they didn´t live in the UK. If the wedding was in the UK or in Sweden I don´t know. It is said that she was from Liverpool but that doesn´t say that she was born or raised there.

She had a son, Andrew John, born 1827 in the town Kalmar in southern Sweden and she died 1839 in Kalmar.

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Something to ponder..

Family Search:
Mary Ann Wilds Bone
Christening Date: 01 Sep 1787
Christening Place: HAMBLEDON,HAMPSHIRE,ENGLAND
Mother's Name: Ann Bone

Andrew M. Britthelli
Spouse: Mary Ann
Event Date: 28 Nov 1807
Event Place: Hambledon,Hampshire,England

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Edit: Both are indexed records.
 
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I can't find a marriage for Christopher and Hannah, but these are some of their children:

Elizabeth Bone Christening 19 Jun 1778 St Mary, Islington, Middlesex Christopher,
Hannah,

View Record Sarah Bone Christening 23 Dec 1781 St Mary, Islington, Middlesex Christopher,
Hannah,

View Record Mary Ann Bone Christening 2 Nov 1783 St Mary, Islington, Middlesex Christopher,
Hannah,

View Record William Bone Christening 30 Apr 1786 St Mary, Islington, Middlesex Christopher,
Hannah Fanny,

View Record Elizabeth Bone Baptism 20 Dec 1789 St Mary, Hornsey, Middlesex Christopher,
Hannah,


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Not sure if you have seen this, if not you may get a lead from something. It mentions "Captain Anders Johan Henrik Brithelli 1817-1864" and also his mother further down the page.

There is a record confirming his death..

Andrew John Henry Brithelli
Marital Status: Married
Age: 46
Birth Date: 1818
Death Date: 1 mar 1864
Burial Date: 8 mar 1864
Burial Place: Kalmar, Kalmar, Sweden
FHL Film Number: 1794788
Reference ID: Bk c 2 p 111

This is the link > http://aforum.genealogi.se/discus/messages/576/337353.html?1330957007

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Given the info in the link this looks like one of his offspring..

Ida Agnes Elisabeth Brithelli
Age: 0
Birth Date: 1862
Death Date: 21 apr 1862
Burial Date: 26 apr 1862
Burial Place: Kalmar, Kalmar, Sweden
Father: Andreas Johan Henry Brithelli
Mother: A. B. L. C. Raab
FHL Film Number: 1794788
Reference ID: Bk c 2 p 105

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Hi Geoff,
This is interesting! I have the information that Mary Ann Bone was married to Anders Magnus Brithelli which in Britain could be noted as Andrew M Brithelli. The “event” mentioned in your first note – is that a marriage or could it be something else?
Is this information below from the same source or could this be different persons? Where did you find it?
Family Search:
Mary Ann Wilds Bone
Christening Date: 01 Sep 1787
Christening Place: HAMBLEDON,HAMPSHIRE,ENGLAND
Mother's Name: Ann Bone

Andrew M. Britthelli
Spouse: Mary Ann
Event Date: 28 Nov 1807
Event Place: Hambledon,Hampshire,England

Mary Ann is in my information born in 1784, but that might not be correct of course. Were there any information of the father?
Captain Andrew John Henry Brithelli was Mary Ann and Anders Magnus only child, born June 24 1817 and died March 1 1864. He was married to Anne Beate Raab. Ida Agnes Elisabeth was their 7:th child and an older sister was my grandmothers grandmother

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That event Caroline was their marriage, I've found that now, but I don't have anymore:

First name(s) MARY ANN
Last name BONE
Marriage year 1807
Marriage day 28
Marriage month Nov
Place HAMBLEDON
Groom's first name Andrew M
Groom's last name Britthelli
Bride's first name Mary Ann
Bride's last name Bone
Groom's notes
Bride's notes
Parish Hambledon
County Hampshire
Country England
Record set Hampshire Marriages
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Record collection Marriages & divorces

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Dear Geoff and Amanda,

Thank you very much for your help! The marriage must be my ancestors. But still some confusion on which Mary Ann Bone who is the woman. Both in written records from elder relatives and in one of the links you sent me she is occationally named as last name Bane, but corrected to Bone in my relatives notes. Probably not easy to read handwritning either figures or letters.

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Some more questions.
Is Hambledon known for anything in particular? Is it a place where you travel to in order to celebrate your wedding unless you have your family there? Does it have any connection to trade or shipping, since Anders Magnus Britthelli was in that business? Thinking about how they could have met?

In the records of Mary Ann Wilds Bone born in Hambledon, there was only a mother mentioned. Does that mean that her father was unknown or was it just registered like that at times?

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Hi Caroline,

It is possible the record Geoff found is your ancestor married to Andrew/Anders. Although I found this baptism as well :

Name: Mary Ann Bone
Gender: Female
Baptism Date: 8 Nov 1779
Baptism Place: Hambledon,Hampshire,England
Father: John Bone
FHL Film Number: 1041206

I have lots of ancestors from Hambledon, it is quite close to Portsmouth, very well known for it's Naval history, and the present day Royal Navy, it's where Admiral Lord Nelson's ship The Victory resides these days, along with a museum.
Was your ancestor a Mariner?? it could be how your ancestors met, could Mary Ann's father be a Mariner??

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Interesting that Hambledon was a Naval town, it does not look like close enough to the sea. My ancestor owned a shipyard in Kalmar and was a shipbroker and a tradesman. Could that fit in with Hambledon?

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Hi Caroline

I would tend to agree...

The only real link appears to be the 1807 marriage (i.e. Britthelli/Mary Ann), I would say more research is required for any confirmation. Having said that, Britthelli wouldn't necessarily be a common name.

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