Ramsay, Miss

at Newgate 30.7.1794 'adv Hart Street, miss Ramsay & Cook' / 4.8.1794 at Jennings' / 26.10.1794 again.
Possibly Margaret or Jane, the two unmarried daughters of James Ramsay DNB d.1789 slavery abolitionist. His eldest daughter Sarah married the Rev Richard Warde at Aylesford, Kent on 4.2.1790; Jane married Aretas Akers son of a West Indies merchant at St Geo Queen Sq on 19.3.1795; and Margaret was perhaps the person of that name who married George Burk at St Anne Soho 23.10.1796. Not a rare name, I found 7 other female Ramsays marrying in London 1795-1805, but the West Indian connection (in common with Jennings) and their father's ideals suggested this possibility
Their mother Rebecca was born Akers, she died 1804. Aretas Akers PCC 1785 of Brussels, buried in family vault of Mr Crichton 25.3.1785 at St Dionis Backchurch, late of Brabant Ct Philpot La, merchant. Aretas Akers merchant 29 City Chambers 1790, PCC 1816 of Holles st Cavendish Sq, formerly of St Christopher & St Vincent in West Indies, mentions sons Aretas A & James Ramsay A, daus Mary & Caroline, brothers Edmund Fleming A & John Houston A, sister Isabel Morson

Work notes: 
Ann R of Edmonton sp by lic = 28.10.95 St Marylebone Fletcher Partis Esq bach otp Mary R sp otp = 19.10.95 St Marylebone Denis Donogan bach otp Sarah R sp otp = 19.2.95 St Mary Whitechapel Joseph howe bach otp Jane R = 22.4.99 St Andrew Holborn Richard Harvey Martha R by banns = 3.11.99 St Marylebone James Backstrow Eliz R sp = 11.12.03 Wapping Benjamin Viton widower Ann R otp sp = 11.10.04 St Mary le Strand John Kelly (x) otp bach