Annie was born at Eton in 1853, and registered without names in the Eton district in the June quarter of 1853. a daughter of Thomas Wyborn and Eliza formerly Mitten.
In the 1861 census of 100 High Street, Eton, in her mother's home, Annie was aged 8 and born at Eton.
In 1871 she was living at Upton cum Chalvey (Slough), in the High Street, next to the Golden Eagle Beer House, in the household of Joseph P. Moore, unmarried aged 29 a drapers clerk, born at Feckenham, Worcs. Annie was aged 18, a milliner's apprentice, born at Eton, Bucks.
She married Jonathan Weaver in the Windsor district in the December quarter 1875.
1n the 1881 census at 38 Rowan Road, London Middx, she was aged 27 and born at Eton. With her were her husband, Johnathon (sic) aged 31, a bootmaker and born at Leominster, Herefordshire and their children John Bertie Wyborn aged 4 and born at Leominster, and Edward Alfred aged 1 and born at Fulham. There was also a servant.
In 1891, at 5 Applegarth Road, Hammersmith, she was aged 36, born Bucks. Jonathan Weaver was aged 40, a boot buyer, born Herefordshire. Their children were John B.W. aged 14 born in Herefordshire, Edward A. aged 11, born London, Alfred N. and Bargrave L. both aged 9 and born London, Annie L. aged 5 born at London and Clarice B. aged 3, born ?. There was also a domestic servant.
In the 1901 census of 4 Oakdale Road, Streatham, Annie was aged 47 and born at Eton. Her husband, John, was aged 51, a leather merchant (employer) and born at Leominster. Their single children were John B. aged 24, an architect (worker), who had lost one eye in an accident, Edward A. aged 21, a dental student (worker) born at Hammersmith, Bargrave L. aged 19, a dental pupil (worker) born at Hammersmith, Alfred N. aged 19 (twins?) a Superintendent [in the] boot trade (worker) born at Hammersmith, Annie L. aged 15 born at Hammersmith and Clarice B. aged 13 born at Hammersmith. There were two servants.
In 1925 Annie was living near Streatham and had five children at that time. The two daughters were both married and living at Thornton Heath. Two of Annie's sons were dentists, one daughter was married to a dentist and one to a business man.
Annie and Jonathan's children were
Posted 18 January 2007