Anna Maria ADAMS
- Born: 1837, Pelutes, Camborne, Cornwall
- Christened: 4 Mar 1837, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married: 3 Jul 1866, Chapel of St. John, Camborne, Cornwall
- Died: 3 Apr 1917, Ely, St. Louis, MN, USA
In 1861, Anna Maria Adams (22) of Camborne, mine labourer, was with her widowed mother and siblings in Perlutes, Camborne, Cornwall.
Anna and Richard emigrated to USA in 1867.
In 1870, Anna M. Chin (30) [sic] of England, keeping house, and husband Richard Chinn (29) of England, miner underground, were living in Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. With them was son William (3) of Wisconsin.
In 1880, Anna Chinn (40) [sic] of England, house keeping, and husband Richard Chinn (39) of England, miner, were living in Calumet, Houghton, Michigan, USA. Present were children: William (14) of Wisconsin, Bessie (10) of Wisconsin, Harry (2) of Michigan.
In 1895, Anne Chinn (56) of England and husband Richard Chinn (54) of England, were living in Ely city, Ward 03, St. Louis, Minnesota, USA. With them was son Harry (17) of Michigan.
In 1910, Anna Chinn (73) of England and husband Richard Chinn (68) of England, were living Ely Ward 3, St Louis, Minnesota, USA.
Anna Maria Chinn, daughter of John Adams, died aged 81 years (Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990).
Anna married Richard CHIN, son of William CHING and Elizabeth PEARCE, on 3 Jul 1866 in Chapel of St. John, Camborne, Cornwall. (Richard CHIN was born on 7 Sep 1841 in St. Keverne, Cornwall and died on 9 May 1912 in Ely, St. Louis, MN, USA.)
Richard Chin, 25, bachelor, miner, of Troon, son of William Chin, miner, and
Anna Maria Adams, 27, spinster, of Troon, daughter of John Adams, miner
Married after Banns
Witnesses: Ann Carpenter, Eliza Carpenter