F, #2061, b. 9 June 1833, d. 22 February 1864
|Father*||James George Clarke b. 21 Jan 1804|
|Mother*||Hannah Brown b. 2 Jul 1809, d. Jan 1838|
Ann Clarke was also known as Hannah Clarke. She was baptized on Sunday, 9 June 1833 at Shipton Gorge, Dorset Co., England, by Curate Henry Michell. She appeared in the household of Elizabeth Brown on the census of 1841 at Coockoo Lane, Shipton Gorge, Dorset Co., England. She was enumerated as: Anna Clark, female, age 8, born Dorset. She appeared in the household of David Davies on the census of 1851 at Bagot Hotel, St. Hélier, Jersey, Channel Islands. She was recorded as: Ann Clark, servant, unmarried, female, age 17, house servant, born England. Ann and John Kent, son of Stephen Kent, were married by Curate George Clement on Sunday, 3 September 1854 at St. Hélier, Jersey, Channel Islands. She was 21, spinster, living in St. Hélier, born Bridport, father James Clarke, farmer. He was 26, bachelor, sailor, born Kent, living in St. Hélier, father Stephen Kent, sailor. She signed with an X. T. Lucas and Sarah Hinchey witnessed the marriage. She appeared as head of the household on the census of 1861 at 16 Commercial Street, St. Hélier, Jersey, Channel Islands. She was listed as: Ann Kent, head, widow, female, age 27, servant, born England. Thomas James Kent, Francis George Kent and Charles Philip Kent also appeared in the household. Ann died on Monday, 22 February 1864 at St. Hélier, Jersey, Channel Islands, at age 30 years, 8 months and 13 days due to peritonitis. Burial record states her name as Ann Clarke, is the widow Kent, aged 43. She was buried on Thursday, 25 February 1864 at St. Hélier, Jersey, Channel Islands.