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Neate, Mary Ann

Female 1797 - Aft 1842


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  • Christened  16 Feb 1797  St. Marylebone, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Female 
    Died  Aft 1841 
    Person ID  I02727  My Genealogy
    Last Modified  10 Jun 2015 

    Father  Neate, John,   b. Abt. 1764, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1831, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Ann,   d. Abt 1841, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Abt 1793  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F00254  Group Sheet

    Family  Morris, John Thomas,   b. Abt 1790, Chertsey, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. 19 Nov 1820, Chertsey, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  23 Apr 1818  St. Marylebone, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Morris, Mary Ann,   c. 8 Apr 1819, Chertsey, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Morris, Maria,   c. 9 Mar 1821, Chertsey, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  2 Jun 2015 
    Family ID  F02032  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • Same person:
      Could he also be the corn chandler?
      THOMAS BRADBURY, offences against the king : coining, 21st April, 1819.
      The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18190421-75
      MARY ANN NEATE . I am the daughter of John Neat , who is a corn-chandler, and lives at No. 87, Old-street. In the beginning of February, about the middle of the day, the prisoner came to our shop, and asked for half a bushel of split beans. He said he came from Mrs. Crampton - we have a customer of that name; the beans came to 3 s. - I served him. He paid me a 1 l. note; I gave him the change, and he went away. I put the note in the till.

      Q. Are you able to say whether there was any other note there at the time - A. Not to the best of my knowledge. I unlocked the till and put it in - I saw no other there. I locked it again, and hung the key up, behind the counter. My father came home in about half an hour - my mother serves in the shop. I had been out of the shop, leaving her there - nobody but us was in the shop until my father came home. I then told him what had happened, saw him open the till, and take out the note, and write Mrs. Crampton on it - (looks at it) - this is it. It has Mrs. Crampton on it in his hand-writing.

      Q. From the time the prisoner paid you the note till your father opened the till, had you put any other note there - A. No, no other customer had been while I was there.

      COURT. Q. Did he say where Mrs. Crampton lived - A. No, I supposed it to be our customer, as we had one of that name.

      JOHN NEATE . I am a corn-chandler, and live in Old-street. One morning, the beginning of February, I came home. My daughter said she had taken a 1 l. note; I opened the till, and found only one there. I wrote Mrs. Crampton, I. N. on it directly, as she told me to write that - (looks at it) - this is it. I paid it away to Mr. Mason, who is a hay salesman. It was returned to me a fortnight after as forged. I made inquiry about it. Mrs. Crampton was a customer of mine.

      HANNAH NEATE . I am the wife of the last witness - I and my daughter attend the shop. I will not be positive to the prisoner's being the man who came to the shop - he is very much like him. I think it is him.

      Q. Was his head bound up as it is now - A. I did not observe it.

      Q. A person however came - A. Yes, and gave my daughter a 1 l. note for the beans, which she put into the till - nobody but her and myself was in the shop, or had access to the till, until my husband returned. I cannot say whether she opened the till, but I am certain I neither put a note in or took one out.

      Mentioned in father's will of 1841.