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Ann Littleton (Southey)

Also Known As: "Widow of Charles Hamar"
Birthplace: England (United Kingdom)
Death: October 28, 1656 (35-36)
Magothy Bay, Northampton, Virginia colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Henry Southey and Elizabeth "Eldy" Southey
Wife of Charles Harmar, Gent. and Col. Nathaniel Littleton
Mother of Elizabeth Harmar; Edward Littleton; Col. Southey Littleton and Esther Robins
Sister of Ann Littleton

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About Ann Littleton

By June 1640, Captain Littleton, "Governor of Accomache", married the widow of Charles Harmar. She was Ann Southey, the daughter of Henry Southey, Esq. who was killed at Jamestowne in the Indian Massacre of 1622; thus two prominent families of social distinction and landed wealth were united. They had 2 sons and 1 daughter

Col. Nathaniel Littleton had no daughter Mary. Mary Walter was his MOTHER, not his wife. He married Ann (6) Southey, daughter of Henry (1) Southey and Elizabeth 'Eldy' (nn), before 1640 at Northampton Co, VA. (Ann was the widow of Charles Harmar, who may have been some sort of cousin of the Mary who m. Col. Edmund Scarburgh.)

Known children:

  • 1. Edward (8) Littleton+ b. c 1640, d. b 25 Jun 1663
  • 2. Col. Southey (9) Littleton (Burgess)+ b. 1642, d. 1679
  • 3. Esther (10) Littleton+ b. 1648, d. 1724
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Ann Littleton's Timeline

England (United Kingdom)
Northampton, Virginia
Northampton County, Province of Virginia, Colonial America
Accomac, Accomack County, Virginia, United States
Northampton County, Virginia Colony
October 28, 1656
Age 36
Magothy Bay, Northampton, Virginia colony