Person:Joseph Anno (1)

Watchers
  • HJoseph AnnoAbt 1750 - 1795
  • WEster\EstherAbt 1750 - Abt 1795
m. ABT 1767
  1. Sarah AnnoAbt 1770 -
  2. John AnnoAbt 1770 - 1844
  3. Henry Anno1775 - Aft 1830
  4. Elizabeth AnnoAbt 1777 - Aft 1834
  5. William Anno, Sr.1781 - 1853
  6. Rebecca AnnoAbt 1785 -
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Anno
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1750 Worcester, Maryland, United StatesCoventry Parrish
Marriage ABT 1767 Worchester , Marylandto Ester\Esther
Other Notes
with Ester\Esther
Death? MAY 1795 Somerset, Maryland, United States
Other? Notes
Burial? Somerset, Maryland, United States

From Maryland

In 1784, John Waller, Edward Waller and George Lewis erected ablockhouse at the mouth of Limestone Creek. Daniel Boone lived thereduring the year of 1786 . This was the beginning of the Settlement ofLimestone. Limestone was established as a town by the VirginiaLegislature in 1787. The name was changed to Maysville about 1790.Limestone was the principle point where immigrants landed, and throughwhich merchandise and supplies passed to the Kentucky interior.

The earliest reference I located to the family name in the colonieswas a Mary Ano located in Maryland 1663 to 1697. The father of JosephAnno is unknown. His father would have been born circa 1730. OnFebruary 14, 1716 a John Anno married an Elizabeth Smith in Suffolk, Boston,Massachusetts. Joseph Anno married Rebecca Hart December 26, 1716also in Boston. Either of these two Anno's could be Joseph's fatheror grandfather. On reference (The History of Champaign, Ohio ) listsJoseph and Esther as living in Coventry Parrish, Worchester County,Maryland in 1767.They had five children listed; Henry born 1775,Elizabeth, Sarah, William, born April 1781 and John. The SomersetCounty, Maryland tax list for 1783, Great Annamessex 100, lists aJoseph Arno owning no land with 5 male whites and 5 female whitesliving in the home.This could be Joseph Anno. Another source liststhe name as Joseph Anno, SO Great A nnamessex, page 93. He had noland listed.

The will of Stephen Milcah was written 29 September 1788, and probated5 February 1789. The witnesses were Nancy Anno, Elizabeth Anno andCatherine Maddux. If these Anno's were atleast 18 years old, theirbirth dates would be before 1771.

The will of Stephen Tull was written 12 November 1794 and probated 31March 1795. The witnesses were James Smith and John Anno. Thesemaybe the brothers and sisters or children of Joseph Anno.

The will of a Joseph Anno was probated in Somerset County, Maryland onMay 19, 1795. The will had been filed 24 September 1794."To sons -William and Joseph, friend Samual Smith exet. to wife Nancy exec., Tothree youngest children Leah, Samual and one to be named Peggy." Thewitnesses were P eter Waters and Jonathan Hamman.

The will of James Anderson was filled on Oc tober1827 and probated 16January 1830. "....to my relative Samuel Arno."

The History of Champaign, Ohio lists Joseph and Esther Anno as livingin Coventry Parrish, Worchester County, Maryland in 1767. It appearsthat this family moved to MasonCounty, Kentucky ca 1790. There weresix Anno's married in Mason County, Kentucky between 1797 and 1805:Henry, John, William, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Rebecca. The will ofWilliam Anno list his parents as Joseph and Esther.

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References
  1.   Pedigree Resource File CD 53 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2002).

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  2.   Charles CHARTER, GEDCOM file imported on 4 Jul 2001. (Imported GEDCOM file)
    cartercm@jm.com.

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    VALUE: cartercm@jm.com

  3.   GEDCOM file imported on 23 Oct 2002. (Imported GEDCOM file).

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