Person:Anne Payson (1)

m. 14 Jun 1688
  1. Mary Payson1688/89 - 1692/93
  2. Sarah Payson1690 -
  3. Ann Payson1691/92 - 1692
  4. Samuel Payson1693 - Bef 1721
  5. Edward Payson1695 -
  6. Mary Payson1697 -
  7. Dorcas Payson1698/99 -
  8. George Payson1701 - 1734
  9. Phillips Payson1703/04 -
  10. Elizabeth Payson1705/06 -
  11. Anne Payson1707/08 - 1738
  12. Hannah Payson1710/11 - Bef 1721
  • H.  John Jeffs (add)
  • WAnne Payson1707/08 - 1738
m. 19 Jun 1729
Facts and Events
Name[4] Anne Payson
Gender Female
Birth[1] 18 Jan 1707/08 Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Christening[2] 18 Jan 1707/08 Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 19 Jun 1729 Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto John Jeffs (add)
Death[3] 22 Jul 1738 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Boston (Massachusetts). Record Commissioners. A Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston: Containing Dorchester Births, Marriages, and Deaths to the End of 1825. (Boston, Massachusetts: Rockwell and Churchill, city printers, 1890)
    p. 53.

    Ane the Daughter of Samuell Pearson [sic] was Borne the 18 of Juan 1707/8.

  2. First Church (Dorchester, Massachusetts). Records of the First Church at Dorchester in New England, 1636-1734. (Boston, Massachusetts: G. H. Ellis, 1891)
    p. 220.

    Anne Daughter of Sam'l Payson [baptized] Jan. 18. 1707/8.

  3. Dunkle, Robert J., and Ann S. (Ann Smith) Lainhart. Inscriptions and Records of the Old Cemeteries of Boston. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, c2000)
    p. 269.

    [He]re Lyes Ye Body
    of Mrs Anna Jess
    Wife To Mr James
    Jeffs Who Dec'd
    July Ye 22'd 1738
    In Ye 32'd Year
    Of Her Age.
    [Age 31, so born about 1707.]

  4. Chamberlain, Mellen; Jennie Chamberlain Watts; Henry Williamson Haynes; and William Richard Cutter. A documentary history of Chelsea: including the Boston precincts of Winnisimmet, Rumney Marsh, and Pullen Point, 1624-1824. (Boston: Printed for the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1908)
    Vol. 2, p. 318.

    Children of Samuel Payson and Mary Phillips: 11) Hannah, b. 12 Jan 1711, m. 19 Jun 1729 Jas. Jefts.
    [Note: the last two daughters born are Anne and Hannah. Only Anne is named in the father's will, dated 1721, order indicating she is the youngest surviving daughter. Anna and Hannah are often interchangable and this source appears to assumed that. It does not even list Anne in the family even though her birth and baptism are both on record. However the name used in the marriage record and birth of her children is Anne, and the age at death matches the birth of Anne. So clearly, these are two distinct children, and it was Anne who m. Jas. Jefts, while Hannah died young.]