Mary Ann was buried at St Andrew, Enfield, on 18 Oct 1812.
With regard to the Northumberland connection, I can accept that it may have been referred to as Scotland on Census records, but I think the rest is a little tenuous. The marriage record needs checking first before any additional assumptions can be made.
What about the Leicestershire Whitebreads. Do you know who they were connected to? If anything there's more likely to be a connection there.
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