Person:Anne Wolcott (1)

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Anne Wolcott
b.est 1624
d.bef May 1701
m. 19 Jan 1606/07
  1. John Wolcott1607 - bef 1641/42
  2. Henry Wolcott1615/16 - 1680
  3. George Wolcottabt 1622 - 1663
  4. Anne Wolcottest 1624 - bef 1701
  5. Mary Wolcott1626 - 1689
  6. Christopher WolcottAbt 1628 - 1662
  7. Simon Wolcott1630 - 1687
m. 16 Oct 1646
  1. Elizabeth Griswoldest 1648 - 1727
  2. Anna Griswoldest 1651 - 1721
  3. Matthew Griswold, Jr1653 - 1716
  4. Sarah Griswoldabt 1656 - 1690
  5. John Griswold1668 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Anne Wolcott
Alt Name Anna Wolcott
Gender Female
Birth[1] est 1624
Marriage 16 Oct 1646 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Matthew Griswold
Death[2] bef May 1701
Living[2] Sep 1700
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Henry Wolcott, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), III:2051.

    Anne Wolcott, b. say 1624.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Griswold, Glenn E. The Griswold family, England-America. (Middleboro, MA: Griswold Family Association of America, 1935), 121-22.

    She was living in Sept. 1700 when she and Abraham Bronson were summoned before the court at New London as administrators of the estate of Matthew. She probably died before May 1701, when he was summoned alone. We have no record of her death and the place of her burial is unknown.

  3.   Old Lyme did not come into existence until 1855, when it was set off from Lyme. Old Lyme contained the highest early population density of Lyme, but it can not always be determined if the earliest settlers lived within the present boundaries of 'Old Lyme', just outside or along the several streams nearby as was common.