Birth: October 2, 1806 — Sicily
Death: September 13, 1807 — Egypt
Ann Priscilla SUMMERS
Birth: November 21, 1812 — Guernsey, Channel Islands, England
Death: March 28, 1880 — Warrick Co., IN
Birth: November 1786 — Cam near Dursley, Gloucestershire, England
Birth: May 1738 — Near Cam, Gloucestershire
Death: January 12, 1817 — Dursley, Gloucestershire, England
Birth: September 19, 1740 — Dursley, Gloucestershire, England
Death: June 10, 1810 — Dursley, Gloucestershire
Birth: March 1, 1785 — Frensham, Surrey County, England
Death: September 3, 1862 — Warrick Co., IN
Birth: about 1747
Death: February 17, 1838 — Frensham, Surrey, England
Birth: February 24, 1758 — Frensham, Surrey County, England
Death: September 9, 1790 — Frensham, Surrey County, England
| Marriage|| August 28, 1805| Note: DORSET MARRIAGES VOL 2, transcribed by Clifford Tatler, SOG.
|Media object||Ann Porter Summers Remarried in 1820 to John Stinner of 13th Foot|
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Note: A record in Scotlands People states that John Stenna (John Stinner) of the 13th Foot in Edinburgh Castle married Ann Porter, relict of Sgt Summers of the same unit, in 1820. John Stinner does not appear in 13th Regiment musters after 1821.
Recent research has revealed more information about Frederic Summers and his wife Ann Porter. We had known that, after the Battle of Waterloo, Frederick left the 35th Regiment of Foot when they returned in 1816. We had no further information on him after that except that a family story (written in Indiana some 80 years later) said that he had died soon after. Newly discovered records from Edinburgh Scotland and from Muster Books in the British archives show that circa 1818 Frederick rejoined the British Army in the 13th Regiment, not the 35th. The 13th was stationed in the Channel Island of Guernsey and I conjecture Frederick and his wife Ann Porter wanted to return to Army life in Guernsey where they had lived in 1812 when their daughter Ann Priscilla was born. But the records show that the 13th was transferred to Scotland in 1819 to suppress an uprising of Glasgow factory workers and Frederick died sometime around October 1820. Now we have discovered that Ann immediately remarried another soldier from the 13th - John Stinner. I haven't been able to find the outcome of this marriage; the 13th Regiment was sent to Nepal in 1822 but I don't know if Stinner and Ann went with them. It's possible she did: Ann had been an army wife and followed Frederick from post to post, battles and all, for 20 years.
| Last change|| September 27, 2017 – 00:20:59|
by: Tom McCabe