Person:Ann Welles (3)

m. aft 5 Jul 1615
  1. Mary Wellesest 1618 - 1647
  2. Ann Wellesest 1620 - bef 1680
  3. John Wellesest 1622 - bet 1659
  4. Robert Wellesest 1624 - bef 1635
  5. Assistant Governor Thomas Wellesest 1625 - bef 1668
  6. Captain Samuel Wellesest 1628 - bef 1675
  7. Sarah Welles1631 - 1698
  8. Joseph Wellesaft 1636 - bef 1648
m. 14 Apr 1646
  1. Beatrice Thomson1646/47 - aft 1680
  2. John Thomson1649 - 1711
  3. Thomas Thomsonest 1651 - 1705/06
  4. Mary Thomson1653 - bet 1687 and 1691
  5. Esther Thomson1655 -
m. 16 Jul 1656
  1. Sarah Howkins1657 - bef 1678
  2. Elizabeth Howkinsest 1659 - bef 1696
  3. Hannah Howkinsest 1661 - 1698
Facts and Events
Name[1] Ann Welles
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] est 1620 Burmington, Warwickshire, England (possibly)
Marriage 14 Apr 1646 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Thomas Thompson
Marriage 16 Jul 1656 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Anthony Howkins
Death[1][2][3] bef 19 Oct 1680 Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United StatesBefore date of inventory.
Estate Inventory[3] 19 Oct 1680
Probate[2][4] 2 Dec 1680 Inventory exhibited. Administration to (son) John Thompson.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley. (Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society, 1952), 782.

    Ann (Welles), b. [say 1620]; d. at Farmington, Conn., in 1680.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 3. Anne2 Welles, in Mathews, Barbara Jean; Donna Holt Siemiatkoski; and Nancy Pexa. The Descendants of Gov. Thomas Welles of Connecticut and His Wife, Alice Tomes: Volume 1, 2nd Edition. (Wethersfield, Conn.: Welles Family Association, 2013), 206-14.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Starr, Frank Farnsworth. Various Ancestral Lines of James Goodwin and Lucy (Morgan) Goodwin of Hartford, Connecticut. (Hartford, Conn.: The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Press, 1915), 1:209.

    "Ann, widow of Thomas Thomson and Anthony Howkins, died before October 19, 1680, the date when an inventory of her estate was taken. The property, which consisted wholly of clothing, household goods and other personal estate, at the houses of Samuel Gridley, John Thomson and Thomas Thomson, amounted to £85-09-06, besides £24-03-10 due for rents, etc. The debts of the estate were 'By legacies not yet paid' £52-08-06, 'Due to Thomas Thomson' £04-07-01 and other claims amounting to £04-03-11."

  4. Howkins, Mrs. Anna, in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, 1:324.

    "Howkins, Mrs. Anna, Farmington. Invt. £119-13-04. Court Record, Page 31 — 2nd December, 1680: Exhibited an Invt. Adms. to John Thompson; Samuel Gridley and Capt. John Standly to be Overseers. The children: John Thompson, Thomas Thompson, Beatrice Parker, Mary Hally, Hester Gridley, Elizabeth Brinsmade, Hanna Howkins. Distribution: To John Thompson, Eldest son, £12-18-04; Thomas Thompson, £6-09-02 (to this John allowed 40s from his portion); to Beatrice Parker, £4; to Mary Hally, £4; to Hester Gridley, being neglected in her father's Will, £16-05-10; to Hanna Howkins, £4; to Elizabeth Brinsmade (£4)."

  5.   Virkus, F.A. Virkus, F.A. The Compendium of American Genealogy, First Families of America. (440--442 S. Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois: The Virkus Company, Genealogical Publishers, 1930), 7:452, Questionable quality.