Ann Moss (neé Hudson)1845 - ??
Sentence - 10 Days with Hard Labour
Born - 1845 in Sutton, Stanton Harcourt
Occupation - Farm Labourer
Religion - Church of England
Ann (maiden name Hudson) Moss who was sentenced to ten days in prison was born in 1852 in Sutton, Stanton Harcourt.
Her parents were Thomas and Eliza (maiden name White) Hudson. Thomas had been born in 1826 and Eliza in Sutton, Stanton Harcourt in 1824.
Ann was the eldest of six children, four boys, George, William, Andrew and Walter and one girl, Sarah.
Ann married Caleb Moss on 6 February 1873 at Eynsham. Caleb had been born in Ascott in 1852. The couple emigrated to the United States where Ann died in Utica, Hinds, Mississippi, and was buried on 14th June 1883, aged only 31.
Caleb became a blacksmith and died in 1915.