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Ann Dudley (Robinson)

Birthplace: Hartford, Connecticut Colony
Death: April 27, 1686 (36-37)
Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
Place of Burial: Village Green Cemetery, Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Deacon Thomas Robinson, of Guilford and Mary Robinson
Wife of Thomas Gent and Joseph Dudley
Mother of Joseph Gent; Joeseph Dudley, II "twin"; Benjamin Dudley, "twin"; Caleb Dudley; Joshua Dudley and 5 others
Sister of Sarah Robinson; Thomas Robinson, II; Mary Lattimer; Jonathan Robinson, unwed; David Robinson and 1 other

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About Ann Dudley

Ann Robinson, by virtue of the date of her marriage, was undoubtedly the eldest dau. of the early Guilford, Conn. settlers Thomas and Mary Robinson likely born in Old England vs. New England. Some writers claim she d. in Guilford on Apr. 27, 1686, but the latter date is the recorded date "Ann, dau. of Joseph and Anna" Dudley d. in Guilford. When Ann (Robinson) Dudley actually died, she was undoubtedly interred in Guilford's former Village Green cemetery (now a city park), where her body still remains. In 1818 all gravestones at the Village Green were relocated to other cemeteries, but no gravestone for Ann, if she had one to begin with, has survived.

On Oct. 6, 1670 of record in Guilford, Conn., Ann m. (by Wm. Leete) Joseph Dudley, s. of William Dudley and Jane Lutman, b. of record Apr. 24, 1643 in Guilford. He d. in Guilford June 3, 1712 and was also undoubtedly interred in Guilford's former Village Green cemetery, but in 1818 no gravestone for him was relocated to another cemetery. They had nine known children: twins Joseph and Benjamin in that order, Caleb, Joshua, Miles, Mary, Ann, Mercy and William.

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Ann Dudley's Timeline

Hartford, Connecticut Colony
June 11, 1671
Guilford, Ct
June 11, 1672
Guilford, Ct
June 1673
Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
December 17, 1674
December 17, 1676
Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut
October 18, 1684
Guilford New Haven County Connecticut,