Anna was born before 1676, the daughter of unknown parents. The place is not known.
She died in 1696. The place is not known.[Note 1]
Her husband was Thomas Oldys. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. They had no known children.
Monumental Inscriptions in Tingewick church & churchyard
|See Note 1|
8 Slate plaque in marble surround
H.S.E. ANNA OLDYS uxor THO. OLDYS ...'... et huius
ecclesiae Recc: filia ROB. LOGGIN in Com: Gloc: Atmigeri
quae ter infra triduum parens nimij laboris taedio oppressa
Earth thou hast added to thy ancient store of shining
Or and precious dust. Ten thousand millions and more
Since this has been committed to thy trust..For here
lye all those treasures of ye mind. Wch beautifye ye
elations of mankind. All that by pious chast & just
good. Was e're expredd'd on to be understood and if
those virtues wch mankind dose own. Should leave ye
would as some sare arts have done. Here they may all
be found layd up in one.
Posuit THO OLDYS infae licissimus relictus ANNAE prda
qui huic infra pulveri plurimum dilecto corpus suum
immiscendum devovit anno salutis humanae 1696 reddiditg
|Source:||Monumental Inscriptions in Tingewick church & churchyard|
|Authors:||BFHS Monumental Inscription project|
|Publisher:||recorded 1987 & 1988|