Person:Susanna Jenny (1)

Susanna Jenny
d.bef 4 Apr 1654
m. 1 Nov 1614
  1. Samuel Jennyest 1616 - bef 1692
  2. Unknown Jennybef 1618 - 1618
  3. Abigail Jennyest 1621 - aft 1673
  4. Unknown Jenny1623 - bef 1627
  5. Sarah Jennyest 1625 - bef 1683
  6. John Jennybef 1627 - bef 1654
  7. Susanna Jennyest 1634 - bef 1654
m. bef 4 Apr 1654
Facts and Events
Name[1] Susanna Jenny
Alt Name[2] Susanna Jenney
Married Name Susanna Bartlett
Gender Female
Birth[1] est 1634 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States (probably)
Death[1] bef 4 Apr 1654 Before date of mother's will.
Marriage bef 4 Apr 1654 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States (probably)Before date of her mother's will which implied that she was deceased at that time.
to Benjamin Bartlett

From the Bartlett Society


The will of Sarah Jeney of Plymouth dated 4 April 1654 mentions son Benjamin Bartlett; "the Bible which was my Daughter Susannas"; and others. A codicil of 18 Aug. 1655 reduces Benjamin Bartlett's share to one cow. She mentions "my two Daughters" who would be Abigail and Sarah, proving Susanna is dead.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 John Jenny, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 2:1093.

    "Susanna (Jenny), b. say 1634; …"

  2. John Jenny, in Gurney, Judith Jenney; Susan C Tufts; Herman Winslow Jenning; and Bertha W. (Bertha Winifred) Clark. The Jenney Book: John Jenny of Plymouth, and his descendants; compiled from the manuscripts of Bertha W. Clark and Susan C. Tufts with a chapter on the Jennings branch by Herman Winslow Jennings. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Gateway Press, c1988), 24.

    "Susanna (Jenney) b. ca. 1626; d. Mar. 23, 1654; m. Benjamin Bartlett, died without issue."

    Plymouth Register says "Susanna Jenings died the 23rd of March [1654/5]". This date is subsequent to that of the will of Sarah (Cary) Jenny which implied that daughter Susanna, who had married Benjamin Bartlett, was already deceased at that time.