Person:Anna Ray (4)

m. 22 Nov 1725
  1. Judith Ray1726 - 1775
  2. Anna Ray1728 - 1770
  3. Catherine Ray1731 - 1794
  4. Phebe Ray1733 - 1761
m. 20 Dec 1745
  1. Charles WardAbt 1747 -
  2. Hannah Ward1749 -
  3. Anna Ward1750 -
  4. Catherine Ward1752 -
  5. Mary Ward1754 -
  6. Samuel Ward1756 -
  7. Deborah Ward1758 -
  8. Simon Ray Ward1760 -
  9. John Ward1762 -
  10. Richard Ward1765 -
  11. Elizabeth Ward1767 -
Facts and Events
Name Anna Ray
Gender Female
Birth[1] 27 Sep 1728 New Shoreham, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Marriage 20 Dec 1745 Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, United Statesto Gov. Samuel Ward
Will[2] 6 Mar 1770 Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, United States
Death[3] 5 Dec 1770 Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island, United States
  1. New Shoreham Births and Deaths, in Arnold, James N. Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636–1850: First series, births, marriages and deaths. A family register for the people. (Narragansett Hist. Publ. Co., 1891), 34.

    RAY, Anne, of Simon and Deborah, [born] Sept. 27, 1728.

  2. Abstracts of Westerly Wills, in Alden G. Beaman. Rhode Island Genealogical Register. (The Rhode Island Genealogical Research Institute), 14:125-126.

    Anna Ward, wife of Samuel Ward of Westerly. Will dated 6 Mar 1770, proved 29 Apr 1776, p. 301.
    Sons: Charles Ward, Samuel Ward, Simon Ray Ward, John Ward and Richard Ward.
    Daughters: Hannah Ward, Anna Ward, Mary Ward, Katherine Ward, Deborah Ward and Elizabeth Ward.
    These children received all my real estate consisting of my farm at Block Island now in the occupation of Giles Pierce and 1/4 part of a tract of wood land in Exeter which my father purchased of John Mumford.
    Witnesses: Moses Billings, Hannah Ward, Kitty or Katy Hubbard.
    "The above will is consented to by me" signed Samuel Ward.

  3. 185. (Gov.) Samuel Ward, in White, Dorothy Higson, and Kay Kirlin Moore. Descendants of Roger Williams. (East Greenwich, Rhode Island: Roger Williams Family Association, c1991- (Baltimore : Gateway Press)), Book III; pp. 96-97.

    Samuel married at Westerly 20 December 1745 Anna Ray, born at Block Island 27 September 1728; died at Westerly 5 December 1770; daughter of Simon and Deborah (Greene) Ray and No. 202 herein.