Person:Abraham Annis (1)

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m. 15 May 1666
  1. Sarah Annis1666 -
  2. Joseph Annis1666 - 1758
  3. Abraham Annis1668 - Abt 1736
  4. Aquilla Annis1670 - 1672
  5. Isaac Annis1672 - 1712
  6. Charles AnnisAbt 1675 - 1717
  7. Priscilla Annis1677 - 1768
  8. Hannah Annis1679 - 1762
  9. Anne Annis1681 - bef 1732
  1. Charles Annis1693/94 -
  2. Elizabeth Annis1695 -
  3. Hannah Annis1697/98 -
  4. John Annis1700 -
  5. Stephen Annis1701/02 -
  6. Samuel Annis1705 - 1747/48
  7. Sarah Annis1705 - 1724
  8. Abraham Annis1707/08 - 1787
  9. Daniel Annis1711 - ABT 1778
  10. Tabitha Annis1712/13 -
  11. Anne Annis1715 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Abraham Annis
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 18 Aug 1668 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Death? Abt 1736 Haverhill, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Burial? Abt 1738 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Abraham Annis, in Currier, John McNab. Genealogy of David Annis of Hopkinton and Bath, New Hampshire: his ancestors and descendants. (Newport, Vt.: Issued under the auspices of the Orleans County Historical Society, 1909), p. 8.

    Abraham2 (Charles1) [born Aug. 18, 1668, Newbury, MA] lived in Newbury until 1736. Moved to Haverhill in 1737. When the state line was run in 1741 his farm was brought into Salem, N. H. He married Hannah ___, before 1693-4, and had ten children born to them in Newbury.

  2. Abraham Annis, in Perley, Sidney, ed. Essex Antiquarian. (Salem, Mass.: Essex Antiquarian), 3:185.

    Abraham Annis, born in Newbury Aug. 18, 1668. He was a weaver and husbandman; and lived in Newbury until 1736, when he bought one hundred acres of land in Haverhill, whither he removed the next year, selling his house and land in Newbury. When the State line was run, in 1741 , his farm was brought into Salem, N. H., and he afterward lived there. Haverhill was thus divided into two parts, the northern being called for a few years subsequently "Haverhill in New Hampshire." Mr. Annis married Hannah ___ before 1693-4.