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Ann Hester Batchelder (Bates)

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Birthplace: Wherwell, Hampshire, England
Death: Died in Hayes, Middlesex (now Greater London), England
Place of Burial: England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Bates and Ann Bates
Wife of Henry Batchelar; Jeffery Mengay and Rev. Stephen Batchelder, of Hampton
Mother of Elizabeth Way; Nathaniel Batchelder; Theodate Hussey; Deborah Wing; Stephen Batchelder and 3 others
Sister of Ann Flounders and Rev. John Bate

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About Ann Hester Batchelder

Given name has also been reported to be Mary Ann.


"The Great Migration Begins (1620-1633)" names the 6 children of Stephen as Nathaniel, Deborah, Stephen, Samuel, Ann and Theodate. "All the children of whom we have record were by his 1st wife" (Batchelder, Batcheller Genealogy: Descendants of Rev. Stephen Bachiler.  By Frederick Clifton Pierce)

1. ANN1 BATE1 was born Abt. 1565 in , , England1, and died Abt. 1620 in , , England1. She married STEPHEN [REV.] BACHILER1 Bet. 1586 - 1587 in Hampton, Hampshire, England, son of UNKNOWN BACHILER. He was born Abt. 1561 in Wherwell, Hampshire, England1, and died 1660 in Hackney ?, London, Middlesex, England1.

Notes for ANN BATE:

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Burial: 1620, England, possibly in Abbotts Ann, Hampshire, England.

The name Ann Bate is usually given for the first wife of Rev. Stephen Batchelder. However, there seems to be no contemporary evidence that her name was Ann. She is thought to have been a relative of Rev. John Bate, the vicar at Wherwell, Hampshire who replaced Stephen Batchelder. Rev. John Bate called Stephen Bachiler, Jr. "Cousin." On that basis alone, her maiden name is given as Bate.


More About ANN BATE:

Burial: 1620, England, possibly Abbotts Ann, Hampshire, England1

Residence: of Wherwell, Hampshire, England

Notes for STEPHEN [REV.] BACHILER:

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On 9 Mar 1632, the Rev. Stephen Bachiler -- and his wife Helen, his daughter Deborah Wing and her four children John, Daniel, Stephen and Mathes, his other daughter Ann Sanborn and her three children John, William and Stephen -- boarded the ship "William and Frances" under Captain Thomas and began their voyage from their homes in England to a new life in the New England Colonies. On Thursday, June 5, 1632, they arrived in the harbor of Boston, MA. With his family and all their possessions they immediately left Boston and headed north to Lynn where he and his family were to join his other daughter and son-in-law, Theodate and Christopher Hussy. Christopher and Theodate were sent to the new colonies first to check things out and report back their findings, however, John Sanborn passed away so the departure from England was put off to 1632. Stephen was the father and founder of Hampton, New Hampshire.


Deborah was born circa 1565. She married Rev. Stephen Bachiler at prob. Hampshire, ENG, on 7 June 1588. Deborah Bate(s) died circa 1616.


According to The Great Migration Begins, by Anderson, pg. 62, Stephen's first wife's name was unknown [Anne?] and closely related to Reverend John Bate.

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Ann Hester Batchelder's Timeline

1561
1561
Wherwell, Hampshire, England
1571
1571
Age 10
Abbotts Ann, Hampshire, England
1571
Age 10
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1571
Age 10
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1571
Age 10
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1571
Age 10
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1571
Age 10
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1587
1587
Age 26
Devon, Dorset, England
1590
1590
Age 29
Wherwell, Hampshire, England