Person:Hannah Woodworth (4)

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Hannah Woodworth
b.Abt. 1693
m. Bef 24 Jun 1691
  1. Hannah WoodworthAbt 1693 - 1741
  2. Ruth WoodworthAbt 1695 - Aft 1758
  3. Amos WoodworthAbt 1697 - 1765
  4. Ezekiel WoodworthAbt 1699 - 1745
  5. Judith WoodworthAbt 1701 -
  6. Margaret WoodworthAbt 1703 - Aft 1755
  7. Caleb Woodworth1704 - 1780
  8. Priscilla WoodworthAbt 1706 - Aft 1746
Facts and Events
Name Hannah Woodworth
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt. 1693
Death[3] Mar 1741 New London , New London, Connecticut, United StatesCitation needed
References
  1. Patten, Jennie M. A Pratt book : the American ancestors and descendants of Simon Newcomb (7) Pratt and his wife Deborah Isabel (3) Nelson and ancestral records. (unknown: unknown, 1938?), 132.

    Hannah Woodworth, b. abt. 1693, m. Jan 1727 Samuel Waller (or Walter) of New London.
    [Note: suspect this source means before Jan 1727. See the father's will.]

  2.   O'Neill, Donna. My American Family. (Xlibris Corp, 2011), 25.

    Will of Benjamin Woodworth of Lebanon, dated 21 Jan 1726/27, mentions daughter "Hannah Walar".
    [Note: This source gives the entire text of the will "including all misspellings". Source:Woodworth, William Atwater. Descendants of Walter Woodworth of Scituate, Mass, p. 19 gives only an abstract, specifying the daughters name as "Hannah Walter".]

  3. A query in Source:Connecticut Nutmegger (Connecticut Society of Genealogists), p. 26:512, says the will of Samuel Waller Jr. of New London was probated 14 Mar 1741. This might be the basis for the unsourced death date of Mar 1741, especially if a before or after qualifier turns out to be called for? Source:Marvin, George Franklin. Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford Ct., 1638 and 1635, p. 38, says Samuel Waller, Sr., died New London 9 Feb 1741/2, while giving no death date for Samuel Waller, Jr., which is close enough to cause some concern about possible confusion between the two. No online transcription or abstract of the probate file referred to has been located yet.