Is your surname Spooner?

Research the Spooner family

Ann Spooner's Geni Profile

Share your family tree and photos with the people you know and love

  • Build your family tree online
  • Share photos and videos
  • Smart Matching™ technology
  • Free!

Share

Ann Spooner (Peck)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Launde, Nottinghamshire, England
Death: Died in Salem, Essex , Massachusetts Colony, presently USA
Place of Burial: New England,America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Robert Peck and Prudence Peck
Wife of John Colt Spooner
Mother of William Spooner and Thomas Spooner
Sister of Robert Peck

Managed by: Private User
Last Updated:
view all

Immediate Family

About Ann Spooner

SOURCE: The Pilgrim Archives, Leiden, Holand

Elder William BREWSTER, aged about forty-two years, came before the aldermen at Leiden, Holland on 12 June 1609, as guardian of Ann PECK, native of Launde, when they granted to Thomas SIMKINSON, merchant of Hull (he probably was son of John and Mary (SMYTHE) SYMKINSON and half-brother of Elder William BREWSTER), Power of Attorney to receive seven pounds sterling that Ann had left with Rev. William WATKIN, pastor of Clarborough when she left England.


On December 24, 1616, "John Spooner, widower of Suzanna Bennet,ribbonmaker, England. dwelling in the house of Douver" married "Ann Peck,spinster, England", daughter of Robert Peck and Prudence Brewster,William's sister. Witnesses were Samuel Lee and Elisabeth Spalding. Themarriage certificate is also on file with the Pilgrim Archive. Thisimportant genealogical document confirms that John was widowed fromSuzanna Bennett, and that he was residing at the Douver House, a localhouse for bachelors in Leiden (the Douver House still exists today). Annwas born ca. 1598 in Scrooby, England, and had migrated to Amsterdam andthen to Leiden with the original Pilgrim contingent lead by her uncle andJohn Robinson, their minister.


http://www.coltechpub.com/hartgen/htm/spooner.htm


In 1637, Ann and her two sons, Thomas and William, left Leiden on a ship for the new world. Although there is no hard evidence to support it, they probably traveled on the ship "Hector", which sailed from Holland to Massachusetts and then to Connecticut that year. Ann first settled in Salem, where William was apprenticed to John Holmes of New Plymouth.


3. John SPOONER 1, 2 (James ) was born 1594 in Buckingham, England. He died 6 Jul 1628 in Leiden, Holland.

   [Notes] 

John married (1) Susanna BENNETT on 1610. Susanna was born about 1590. She died before 24 Dec 1616.

John also married 1 (2) Ann PECK 2, daughter of Robert PECK and Prudence BREWSTER, on 24 Dec 1616 in Leiden, Holland. Ann was born about 1598 in Launde, Nottinghamshire, England. She died about 1650 in Salem, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

   [Notes] 

They had the following children:

   + 	4 	M 	i 	William SPOONER was born 1 Jan 1621/1622 and died 8 Mar 1683/1684.
   + 	5 	M 	ii 	Thomas SPOONER was born 1623 and died before 29 Sep 1664.

NEHGS 124:251

"Prudence [? married Robert Peck of Everton, Notts; they had Robert and Anne, both wards of their supposed uncle William Brewster at Ledyen].

John Hunt cited NEHGR 111:319-320.

view all

Ann Spooner's Timeline

1598
1598
Launde, Nottinghamshire, England
1621
January 1, 1621
Age 23
Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
1623
1623
Age 25
Leiden, Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
1650
1650
Age 52
Salem, Essex , Massachusetts Colony, presently USA
1995
August 26, 1995
Age 52
2007
January 16, 2007
Age 52
????
July 19
????
????
New England,America