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Anne Amy Street (Pole)

Also Known As: "Anne Poole"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Bridgwater, Somerset, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Taunton, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Unknown father of Anne Pole Street and Unknown mother of Anne Pole Street
Wife of Rev. Nicholas E. Street, III
Mother of Rosamond Richards; Susanna Macey; Hannah Andrews, Jr.; Rev. Samuel Street; Sarah Heaton and 1 other

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About Anne Amy Street

There is no question that Nicholas Street was the father of the children listed above. And it seems likely that his wife and their mother was from the Pole family. However, to date, the compiler of this genealogy has not been able to find a definite name for her. It is quite certain that his first wife was not Ann Pole, daughter of Sir William Pole.

Items supporting the wife of Rev. Street being a Pole:

  • Is it Ann? Many entries on the LDS Family History web site and Ancestry.com give her name as Ann, with, of course, absolutely no references, and, of course, a variety of birthdates and places.
  • Is it Alice? In Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John, 1630, is given "Alice Poole?". (Does the question mark apply to the entire name or just the last name? In either event, no Alice Poole has been found elsewhere. It cites the NEHGR 46:256-7 (which does not include the reference to Alice).
  • Is it something else?
  • The NEHGR, vol. 60, p. 96, (January 1906), gives:

STREET.—Emery's [Samuel Hopkins Emery] "Ministry of Taunton" [Boston, 1853], Mass. vol. 1, page 157, says that Rev. Nicholas Street, the early minister there, married a sister of Elizabeth Pole, the foundress of the place. Waters's "Gleanings," vol 2, pp. 985–7, gives the wills of Elizabeth Pole's father and grandfather, and notes the names of her sisters and their husbands, but the name Street does not appear. Can any one prove Emery's statement?

Jacobus, in Genealogy of Connecticut Families states that she was "likely named Pole".

The case against Rev. Street's wife being Ann Pole/Poole, daughter of Sir William Pole, the antiquary, is strong and simple:

The "Pedigree of the Family of Walrond of Bovey in the Parish of Seaton and Beer, Co. Devon", obtained from the Devon, England, Record Office, was compiled by A. J. P. Skinner of Colyton and published in the Transactions of the Devon Association in 1907 (vol. 39 pp. 264–266). Skinner quotes Sir William Pole's "Collections towards a Description of the County of Devon" on the Walronds at Bovey House, Beer, including the sentence, "Edmond Walrond is nowe lord of this land, & hath maried Ann my daughter, by whom he hath issue William, John, & others." Skinner also says Ann was buried 9 Mar 1666 at Seaton. [This was provided by Marion Stainsby in September, 2002.]

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Anne Amy Street's Timeline

1589
November 1, 1589
Bridgwater, Somerset, England, (Present UK)
November 1, 1589
Taunton, Bristol, MA
November 1, 1589
Taunton, Bristol, MA
November 1, 1589
Taunton, MA
November 1589
BRIDGEWATER SOMERSETSHIRE ENGLAND
1606
1606
Age 16
Colcombe, Devonshire, England, (Present UK)
1624
1624
Age 34
1625
1625
Age 35
Probably England, (Present UK)
1628
1628
Age 38
England, (Present UK)
1633
1633
Age 43
Bridgewater, Somersetshire, England, United Kingdom