Facts and Events
From website entitled Descendants of Thomas Bowerman and Hannah (Annable) Bowerman at: http://bowermangenealogy.net/html/p3.htm#i53 NOTE: As of 13 September 2011, this site is no longer available on the Internet. When it was taken down is not known.
Jane Moumford married Anthony Annable, son of William Annable, on 26 April 1619 at All Saints Church, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England; Jane of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, at time of marriage. This date has been cited incorrectly by BFH, the correct date from GMB and the NEHGR article is the 26th day (see NEHGR citation). She and Anthony Annable emigrated before 10 July 1623 from England, to Plymouth, New England, on the ship "Anne," which arrived in Plymouth about 10 Jul 1623. Jane Momford and Anthony Annable were in the eighth company during the Division of Cattle, which included Anthony, Jane, Sarah, and Hannah Anable in 1627 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA, New England. Jane Momford and Anthony Annable removed to Scituate, in Plymouth Co. In 1632  Jane Momford and Anthony lived at Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA, New England, in 1633. Jane and Anthony were founding members of the Scituate Church being numbered 4 & 5 on 8 January 1634/35 at Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA, New England. Jane Momford and Anthony lived at Barnstable, Barnstable Co., MA, New England, after 4 June 1639 [when he was assigned as Scituate Deputy to the Plymouth Court].14 Jane Momford and Anthony Annable removed to Barnstable, Barnstable Co., MA, when contentions developed among parishioners over the correct form of baptism, with Rev. Lothrop and his supporters between 4 June 1639 and 29 September 1639
- Hamblin, David. First Settlers of Barnstable, Mass,. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jan, Apr, Jul, Dec 1848; Jan, Apr, Jul 1849; Apr 1850), 2:64.
- Stratton, Eugene Aubrey. Plymouth Colony, its history & people 1620 - 1691. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Ancestry Pub., c1986).
- Otis, Amos, and Charles Francis Swift. Genealogical notes of Barnstable families: being a reprint of the Amos Otis papers originally published in the Barnstable Patriot. (Barnstable).
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Anthony Annable, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), I:48.
"Sister Anniball buried the 13th day of the tenth month [December] 1643 in the Calves pasture" Barnstable [NEHGR 9:285].
- Notes, in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 65:380, Oct 1911.
Annable-In the register of marriages at All Saint's, Cambridge (Phillemore's Cambridgeshire Parish Registers: Marriages, vol. 4, p. 9), occurs that of "Anthony Annable & Jane Moumford [Momford] 26 Ap. 1619."
- ↑ A. L. Bowerman, BFH, Pg. 11,15 [citing GMB 1:48 citing NEHGR 65:380]; Date given as 29 Apr. 1619; Robert Charles Anderson GMB, 1:48 [citing NEHGR 65:380]; date given as 26 Apr 1619; New England Historical and Genealogical Society NEHGR, 65:380; "Annable - In the register of marriages at All Saint's, Cambridge (Phillemore's Cambridgeshire Parish Registers: Marriages, vol. 4, p.9), occurs that of 'Anthony Annable and Jane Moumford [Momford] 26 Ap. 1619. ... Henry Vickers and Elizabeth Annable were married the 9 May following (p.10)".
- ↑ Robert Charles Anderson GMB, 1:47-50.; Charles Edward Banks, Planters, Pgs 52-53; "ANNE, William Pierce, Master. She arrived at Plymouth about July 10  and 'brought 60 persons for the Generall.' [citing Bradford: History of Plimouth Plantation, 1:314]."; Anthony Annable, of All Saints, Cambridge, County Cambridge, is listed amongst the passengers with Mrs. Jane Annable, and two children,listed simply as ... Annable.
(NOTE: The term "generall" meant they were 'to share and share alike with the Planters and Adventurers as distinct from bodies of men like Weston's who were "on their Particular".').
- ↑ Robert Charles Anderson GMB, :273 citing PCR 12:11-12; A. L. Bowerman, BFH, Pg. 11; "At the division of the cattle in 1627, there were still only four in Goodman Annable's family, including the two daughters, Sarah and Hannah.".
- ↑ A. L. Bowerman, BFH, Pg. 12.
- ↑ Robert Charles Anderson GMB, Pgs. 47-50 [citing NEHGR 9:279]; " 'Goodman Anniball and his wife" were #4 and #5 among the founding members of the Scituate church on 8 January 1634/5 [NEHGR 9:279]; they may well have been members of the Plymouth Church earlier. They stayed with Lathrop and his church when it moved to Barnstable..