- Born: Abt 1773, Kent, England
- Marriage (1): Richard Gouldthorp on 25 Jun 1793 in St Mary Magdalene Parish, Woolwich, Kent, England
- Died: 28 Jul 1843, Greenwich, Kent, England aged about 70
- Buried: 2 Aug 1843, St Alphage, Greenwich, Kent, England
Other names for Ann were Anne and Ann McKenzie.
Some researchers claim her parents were Joseph Mackenzie and Ester Leister. They certainly had a daughter Ann baptised 25 Jan 1777 at Christ Church, Newgate Street, London, England. More evidence required. It's notable that none of Richard's children were named Joseph or Ester. But one was named James Mackenzie Gouldthorpe.
There is a record of the burial of an Ann Gouldthorpe at St Alphege (or St Alfege) Church in Greenwich on the 2nd August 1843. She is recorded as having died on the 28th July, aged 70 years. This would put her birth year at 1773. This Ann's abode was Green Lane, Greenwich. St Alphege was the Parish Church for our Gouldthorpes and it is quite likely this was Ann nee McKenzie.
This Ann Gouldthorp was living in Royal Hill, just near Green Lane, at the time of the 1841 Census. her surname is spelled GOLDTHORP. She was 65, placing her birth year at 1776, and "Independent" and born in the County. She was head of the household. Living here were Amelia Gouldthorp, aged 35 (not born in the County), Sarah Gouldthorp aged 3 (born in the County), an Eliza Capson or Capon aged 13 (born in the County) and Mary Capson or Capon aged 11, not born in the County. Amelia would have been her daughter. Sarah and Eliza and Mary are yet to be identified. Possibly Sarah may have been Amelia's (illegitimate) daughter?
The churchyard at St Alphege has been built over and the remaining headstones are arranged around the walls of the small remaining area. As they are all sandstone most of them have deteriorated and can no longer be read.
Ann married Richard Gouldthorp on 25 Jun 1793 in St Mary Magdalene Parish, Woolwich, Kent, England. (Richard Gouldthorp was born circa 1770 in prob England and died on 28 Sep 1812 in prob Spain.)