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Anna Bright (Goldstone)

Also Known As: "Goldstone"
Birthplace: Wickham, Skeith, Suffolk, England
Death: September 22, 1649 (34)
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Henry Goldstone; Ann George and Anne (Goldstone)
Wife of Dea. Henry Bright
Mother of Anne Bright; Abigail Audley; Mary Coolidge; Dea. John Bright; Hannah Ruggles and 3 others
Sister of Mary Hewes

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Immediate Family

About Anna Bright

Children of Ann Goldstone and Henry Goldstone are:

  • Anne Goldstone, b 1615; m Henry Bright
  • Mary Goldstone, b. 1620, England, m. Joshua Hewes, d. date unknown.

married before 1635 in Watertown, Massachusetts

From Wikitree:

Anne Goldstone was baptized at Wickham Skeith, Suffolk, England May 16, 1615. She was the daughter of Henry Goldstone and Anna (Unknown) Goldstone. Some say her name was Cutler, but evidence is lacking and Anderson does not accept this. [1] [2] [5]

She migrated to the Colonies in 1634 from Ipswich, England, with her parents and her older sister, Mary on the ship "Elizabeth". They settled in Watertown. [2] [3] [4]

Anne was married in Watertown, Middlesex County about 1635 to Henry Bright II, Son of Henry Bright and Mary (Marie) Woodgate Bright. [2] [3] [4] [5]

She died in Watertown, date unknown. [5]

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Anna Bright's Timeline

May 16, 1615
Wickham, Skeith, Suffolk, England
May 16, 1615
Wickham Skeith, Suffolk, England (United Kingdom)
May 16, 1615
Wickham Skeith,Suffolk,England
May 16, 1615
Wickham, Skeith, Suffolk, England
August 28, 1635
Watertown, Middlesex, , Mass.
October 12, 1637
Watertown, Massachusetts Bay Colony
April 23, 1639
Watertown, Massachusetts Bay Colony
May 14, 1641
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
March 17, 1643
Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, British Colonial America