I should be finished in the 19th century for today. But the races have been called off for cause of flooding, it's starting to rain here and this lady fell into my net. Striking, eh? So .. why not ... Ann Bennett?
I notice that, though, that on the front she's labelled Ann Moore. On the back, Ann .. oh stuff and nonsense, I know a B from a K! Ann KENNETT.
Actually, she wasn't born under either name. Her birthname was Ann Whitmore, and she was born at Souldern Lock, Oxfordshire, the daughter of John Whitmore (d 27 November 1894), a brickmaker, and his wife, Elizabeth née Quarterma[i]n. I see that John signed his 1823 marriage entry with an illiterate cross.
Thomas brought in a niece to housekeep for him and father John until John died in 1894. Thomas retired from farming in the 1890s, and in 1900 he and niece Laura Fairfax are living in Station Rd, Charing. Thomas died 15 March 1903.