Ann Seymour married George Payne in 1863. She was born in 1840, the daughter of John and Sarah.
In the 1841 census John and Sarah Seymour were living in Broiwns Yard, wantage with their three children - Jane, aged 3, Thomas aged 2 and Ann (not yet 1)
I have been unable to find any of them in the 1851 census - which baffles me - but they reappear in 1861.
They are now living in Charlton (part of Wantage). John Seymour (54) is a millman, and stated to be from Charlton. Sarah (48), is from Wantage and they have five children at home. Josiah (16) was born in Wantage; Richard (14), Emma (12), Amos (9) and Rufus (1) were all born in Charlton. The older children woul obviously have left home and Ann Seymour (now 20) was in service in London at 3 Rochester Terrace, Westminster.
In 1871 John & Sarah were in Coopers Lane, Charlton with Josiah, Amos and Rufus John.
In 1881 Josiah still lived in Wantage with his wife Jeanny; Richard was in Charlton with wife Fanny and 5 children. Both were agricultural labourers.
John and Sarah were at Lodge, Charlton with Emma (now 31 and unmarried), Rufus John and their grandson Charles (yet to discover his parents)
John Seymour had married Sarah Mayo in Wantage on 27th November 1836.
There are two possibilities for the parents of John.
1 He was the son of William & Jane, and born 21/2/1807 (baptised 4/9/1807) in Wantage
2 He was the son of Hannah, and born 21/1/1811 (baptised 21/4/1811) also in Wantage
William and Jane Seymour had been married in 1779 and John - if he really was their son - was very late. Jane would have been 48 when she gave birth to him. Hannah, the possible illegitimate mother. was one of William & Jane's earliest children.
William Seymour married Jane Fuller 8/12/1779 Wantage. There are two possibilities for his family: