Glad to see you found the Leonard Ryman/Ann Trowell marriage. Leonard Ryman is my husband's GG grandfather. I did wonder if this marriage was for the son Leonard, or the father.
Leonard and Ann's daughter Mary Ann Ryman probably moved to Scotland some time between 1871 and 1872. She appears ot have had one child IVEN C. J. RYMAN,b abt 1860 who stayed with the grandparents. She married James Crick in 1877, and had 6 more children. James and Mary Ann emigrated to the USA in abt 1892 with some of their children. We suspect that Mary Ann's sister Fanny also emigrated, as a niece Jennie is found living with her aunt Fanny in Patterson New Jersey in 1900.
In 1891, father Leonard, aged 74, a former coachman and a widower is seen staying with the family in Scotland. I think that he may have died in 1902, in Bath, Somerset. Previously in 1871, Leonard was living at 8 Circus Mews in Bath.
I'd like to make contact with yourself and indeed anyone who knows about this Ryman family. We know so little about them in the UK and would like to learn more. We do however, know a little more about what happened to them after they came to the USA.
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