Anna Maria HARSE was in Axbridge Union Workhouse in 1851 aged 2. With her are Hannah HARSE aged 41 and Joseph HARSE aged 11. Joseph and Anna's place of birth is given as Weare and Hannah's is given as South Brent.
I am pretty certain that Hannah (nee ATWELL) was baptised in Weare, Somerset on 3 Dec 1809 and that she married a Joseph HARSE/HEARSE in Bristol in 1835. Their son Joseph was born in Newport, Mon in 1839 and the family were there in 1841.
The HURSE family were living in Nailsea, Somerset when another son Thomas was born in 1847. Joseph HARSE Snr died at Pill, Somerset in September 1849 followed by his son Thomas in the October . The informant for both was Emma HARSE who was present at the deaths and I now know her to be Joseph's adult daughter from a previous marriage.
There is a likely sighting of Anna Maria in 1861 in Hopkins Street, Weston-super-Mare. Anne HARSE is 11 years old, born Pill, Somerset and a boarder with the Fisher family. Hannah is remarried to William HARES and is also living in Hopkins Street with a lodger Joseph HURST aged 18 who was born in Newport, Mon.