Anne Eliza Pitts
- Born: 1843 - Third Quarter, Kingsbridge, Devon
- Died: 1905 Q4, Plymouth at age 62
At the time of the 1851 census, Anne was being tutored at home at South Allington House, Chivelstone.
In 1862, when the will of Nicholas Pitts was executed - Anne was 19 years of age and living at South Allington House as she had been reported in the previous year in the 1861 census collection.
1871 was a critical year for Anne. Her father, Nicholas, had died in the previous year. She was 27 years old and still unmarried. She was, by then, in receipt of an annuity from her father's estate. Anne had moved out to Lower Knowle and had probably been there for the last year. Her brother, Thomas, and his wife were the new Master and Mistress of South Allington House. And, by 1877, her mother, Elizabeth had passed away.
In the 1881 Census she was the head of the household living in Fore St, Lower Knole, in the Kingsbridge registration district. She was living with her sister Elizabeth Harris Pitts. They are reported as living off the income from interest of money.
In the 1891 census she is living with Elizabeth and Louisa Pitts in Fore St, Kingsbridge. All three sisters are unmarried.
In the 1901 census, Anne and her sister Elizabeth are living on their own means at 28 Leigham Terrace, in Plymouth.