Ann Mead

Female, b. after 1713, d. after 22 January 1742
     Ann Mead, daughter of Thomas Mead and Mary Adams, was born after 1713.1 Ann Mead married Thomas Humerston, son of Thomas Humerston, on 10 June 1739 at Great Amwell, Hertfordshire.2

Referred to as "Ann, the Wife of Thomas Humberstone of Butsbury in the County of Essex," she was named as a beneficiary in the will of her father Thomas Mead written on 22 January 1742. He bequeathed to her the sum of fifty pounds.3

Ann died after 22 January 1742.


  1. [S124] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, FamilySearch TM Website ( : accessed 22 January 2009). Entry for Thomas Mead 1713. Source information: batch no. 7008613, sheet 54, source call no: 0538267. "Thomas Mead, birth about 1688 of Sabridgworth, Hertford, England, spouse Mary Adams, birth about 1692 of Sabridgworth, Hertford, England, marriage 06 Jun 1713, Moreton, Essex, England". A birth date of after 1713 is assumed as this was the year her parents married. [FSIGI]
  2. [S124] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "England, Marriages, 1538–1973 ," index, FamilySearch TM Website ( accessed 26 Oct 2010), Thomas Humerston and Ann Mead, 10 Jun 1739. Source: Parish registers for Great Amwell, 1558-1942 Church of England. Parish Church of Great Amwell (Hertfordshire). Microfilm of original records in the Hertfordshire County Record Office, Hertford. D/P 4 1/23; 8/1-2, 4-5; 4/1; 8/6; 11/1-28; 12/1-7; 13/1-3; 14/1; 18/2-6, 20/1-2; 25/1-2; 29/6, 78; 1/1-4, 1/18.). Great Amwell is just three miles from Thomas' place of baptism.
  3. [S89] Will of Thomas Mead, yeoman of Great Burstead, Essex, dated 22 January 1742, proved 21 June 1744 in the Commissary Court of The Bishop of London. (Essex County Record Office, Wharf Road, Chelmsford, Essex, England. Reference: D/ABR 23/100). [DOC0004/WIL0010].