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Anne Clopton (Booth)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: York, Virginia
Death: Died in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent, Virginia
Place of Burial: St. Peter's Church, St. Peter's Parish, New Kent, Virginia
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Dr. Robert Booth (immigrant) and Frances Booth
Wife of William Clopton, Sr.; Capt. Thomas Dennett and William Clopton, Sr. (of Virginia)
Mother of Anne Mills; John Dennett; Sarah Stone; Anne Dennett; Ellinor Dennett and 5 others
Sister of Humphrey Booth; Frances Elizabeth Walton; Robert Booth, III; William Booth, JP; Eleanor Booth and 1 other

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About Anne Clopton (Booth)

Information from: The Families of LOU DRAPER & CHARLIE MARTIN of Johnson and Henry Counties, Missouri" by James M McMillen Arlington, Texas

Published in .pdf format 13 January 2010

ANN BOOTH 1647–1717

ANN BOOTH WAS BORN in York County, Virginia, in the year 1647 and died in St Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, on 4 March 1717. She is buried next to her second husband just to the south of the St Peter's Parish Church building of 1703 in New Kent County. She married (1) Thomas Dennett (son of John and Mary Dennett), a sea captain, who was in Virginia by 1641 and whose will was proved in 1673 in York County.13

They had four children:

  • Anne Dennett
  • John Dennett, married. Issue: ( Parthenia Dennett, Elizabeth Dennett, married William Stone, Thomas Dennett, and John Dennett)
  • Sarah Dennett
  • Ellinor Dennett

As Ann Booth Dennett was only about 26 years old when she married (2) William Clopton, her four children, if alive, must have lived with the Cloptons. The only record we have of any of these children, however, is of John. He is found in a 1683 testimony by one of the Clopton servants concerning a conversation that took place in the Clopton home involving John Dennett. It seems particularly disturbing that after Ann died William had only her Clopton children's names inscribed on her tomb, her Dennett children completely ignored. That may say more about William than we wish to know.

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Anne Clopton's Timeline

1641
1641
Virginia,USA
1647
March 7, 1647
York, Virginia
1650
1650
Age 2
1665
1665
Age 17
New Kent, New Kent, Virginia, United States
1673
1673
Age 25
York, Virginia
1676
1676
Age 28
York County, VA, USA
1676
Age 28
York, Virginia
1682
1682
Age 34
New Kent, Virginia, United States
1682
Age 34
New Kent, Virginia, United States
1685
1685
Age 37
New Kent, Virginia, United States