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    1851 census says Ann Bray of 73 Ting Tang is an annuitant, am I right in thinking this is some kind of annuity she receives. and could it be poor relief.

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    I have a few annuitants in my tree, usually widows of army or navy men living on a military pension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimsey View Post
    I have a few annuitants in my tree, usually widows of army or navy men living on a military pension.
    She was a widow I believe her husband was a miner

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    An annuity is an annual sum payable for life or for a fixed period. It would not be poor law relief. Have you checked for probate records?

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