Ann Earnshaw Beaumont was a victim of the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.
She was born on 17 November 1838 at Upperbridge, Upperthong, the daughter of Ann Beaumont of Upperbridge. No father is named on her birth certificate, but the choice of middle name combined with her whereabouts on the 1851 Census implies that she was the illegitimate daughter of one of Joshua Earnshaw's sons (possibly Charles).
By the time of the 1851 Census, she was residing on Water Street, Hinchliffe Mill, with her grandparents Joshua and Hannah Earnshaw, cousins Joshua and Mary Crosland, and Joshua and Hannah's son Charles.
Ann Earnshaw Beaumont perished in the early hours of 5 February 1852 during a flood, together with the other residents of the house.
Her body was found by Thomas Buckley — reportedly stuck "fast in a tree near Mr. Floyd's house, Sands, on Thursday morning" and a good 8 feet above the river's normal level — and was taken to the White Hart inn at Holmfirth, where her mother, Ann Beaumont, identified it.
She was buried on Monday 9 February 1852 at Holy Trinity, Holmfirth.