Sarah Annis (Chase), of Newbury (1647 - 1726) MP

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Birthplace: Hampton NH or, Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Death: Died in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
Managed by: Sam Willsea
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About Sarah Annis (Chase), of Newbury

i. Sarah, b. abt., 1645; m. May 11, 1666, Charles Annis, alias Curmac, an Irishman; eight children. He was a farmer at Newbury and died Dec. 19, 1717, survived by his widow Sarah.(c)

Sarah Chase Annis

Birth: 1646 Hampton Rockingham County New Hampshire, USA Death: Jun. 6, 1726 Newbury Old Town Essex County Massachusetts, USA


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Children:
 Joseph Annis (1666 - 1758)*
 Abraham Annis (1668 - 1738)*
 Isaac Annis (1672 - 1712)*

Spouse:
 Charles Annis (1638 - 1717)*
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Burial: First Burying Ground Newbury Old Town Essex County Massachusetts, USA

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  • Full text of "Encyclopedia of Connecticut biography, genealogical-memorial; representative citizens;"
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  • CHASE, Charles Edward, Active Factor in Insurance Circles.
  • The Chase family, of which Charles Edward Chase, chairman of the board of directors of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and a prominent public official, is a worthy representative, is of English origin, being among the ancient and highly honored families of England, the name being derived undoubtedly from the French word, Chasser, to hunt. They are one of the families entitled to bear a coat-of-arms, described as follows : Gules four crosses patence argent (two and two), on a canton azure a lion rampant or.
  • (VII) Aquila (2) Chase, youngest son of Aquila (i ) Chase, was a native of England, born in 1618, and died in Newbury, Massachusetts, December 27, 1670. He was the emigrant ancestor of the family, but the date of his coming to the New World is not here recorded ; he was a resident of Hampton, New Hampshire, in 1640, from whence he removed to Newbury, Massachusetts, in 1646, where he was granted four acres for a house lot, and six acres of marsh on condition that he go to sea and do service in the town with a boat for four years. He was a mariner, and shipmaster, and the supposition is that he was employed by his uncle or brother, Thomas Chase, who in 1626 was part owner of the ship, "John and Francis." He married Anne, daughter of John Wheeler, and she bore him nine children, as follows : 'Sarah, became the wife of Charles Annis' ; Anna, born July 6, 1647; Priscilla, March 14, 1649; Mary, February 3, 165 1 ; Thomas, July 25, 1654; John, November 2, 1655 ; Elizabeth, September 13, 1657; Ruth, March 18, 1660; Daniel, December 9, 1661 ; Moses, of whom further. After the death of her husband, Mrs. Chase married (second) June 14, 1672, Daniel Mussiloway. Her death occurred in May, 1688.
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Sarah Annis, of Newbury's Timeline

1647
July 6, 1647
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1666
May 15, 1666
Age 18
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
December 23, 1666
Age 19
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
December 23, 1666
Age 19
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
1668
April 12, 1668
Age 20
Newbury, Essex, MA
August 18, 1668
Age 21
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1669
1669
Age 21
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
1670
June 6, 1670
Age 22
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1672
April 12, 1672
Age 24
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
1677
November 8, 1677
Age 30
Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States