Person:Ann Pritchard (1)

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m. 29 APR 1674
m. AFT JUN 1685
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5] Ann Pritchard
Alt Name Hannah
Gender Female
Alt Birth? 1613 Netherlands
Birth? 1624 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Alt Marriage ABT 1643 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts?to Richard Templar
Alt Birth? 1653 Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass?
Marriage 29 APR 1674 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massto Nathaniel Morton
Marriage AFT JUN 1685 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts?to Richard Templar
Death? JAN 1691 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Burial? UNKNOWN Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Her parents were Richard and Ann Pritchard.

From Savage's Genealogical Dictionary


[Her father] RICHARD Yarmouth 1643, was with w[ife]. Ann and d[aughter]. Templer, adm[itted]. 29 July 1660 of the ch[urch]. at Charlestown, d[ied]. 8 Mar. 1669 at great cage. His will of 22 Jan. preced[ing]. names w[ife]. Margery, d[aughter]. Hannah, w[ife]. of Richard Templer, wh[o]. was made extrix. and her ch[ildren]. James, Samuel, and Deborah, gr[and].ch[ild]. Hannah, w[ife]. of Alexander Stewart; and her ch[ild]. James, and John; beside Richard, s[on]. of Richard Taylor; perhaps ano[ther]. gr[and].ch[ild]. and possib[ly]. it was meant Templer.

References
  1. Broderbund Software, Inc. A World Family Tree, Vol. 1, Tree #5322.
  2. Eugene Aubrey Statton. Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691. (Ancestry Publishing Company 1986).
  3. Vital Records of Plymouth, Mass..
  4. Clarence Almon Torrey. New England Marriages Prior To 1700. (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., 1997), p. 522.
  5. James Savage, Former President of the Massachusetts Historical Society and Editor of Winthrop's History of New England. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's. (1860-62 and Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD, 1965; Corrected electronic version copyright Robert Kraft, July 1994), Vol. 3, p. 486.