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Anna [Fuller] Cheever (Burrill)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
Death: November 10, 1740 (35)
Place of Burial: Revere, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Samuel Burrill and Margaret Mansfield
Wife of Nathaniel Fuller and Lt. Nathan Cheever
Mother of Nathaniel Fuller and Joshua Cheever
Sister of Mary Lewis; Lois Roby; Liddiah Hawkes; Sarah Taylor; Abigail Devereaux and 1 other

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About Anna [Fuller] Cheever

6. Samuel 3 Burrill (John 2, George1) was born in Lynn, 20 Apr., 1674, and died there 23 May, 17 13. He married 14 Sept., 1697, Margaret Jarvis, of Boston. She married, second, 12 May, 1715, Daniel Mansfield.

Children, born in Lynn :

i. Mary 4, b. 24 Aug., 1698; d. 31 Aug. 1754; m. 10 Nov., 1715, John Lewis. Their daughter, Lvdia^, b. 20 Aug., 1716, m. 3 Dec, 1734, Rev. Nathaniel Henchman, b. 22 Nov., 1700, d. 23 Dec, 1761.

ii. Lois, b. is Feb., 1700-1 ; d. 22 Feb., 1720-1 : m, 15 Oct., 1719, ______________ Roby.

iii. Lydia, b. 11 Feb., 1702-3; m., first, 21 Mar., 1722-3, Francis Calley of Marblehead ; second. Int. 25 June, 1738, John Hawks of Lynn ; third, Joshua Ward.

iv. Anna, b. 7 Mar., 1704-5; d. 10 Nov., 1740 ; m., first, 9 May, 1723, Nathaniel Fuller; in., second, 15 Feb., 1738, at Boston, Nathan Cheever of Boston (Chelsea).

v. Sarah, b, 14 Mar., 1706-7; m. Int. 29 May, 1726, William Taylor, son of James Taylor, Treasurer of the Province of Mass. Bay. Their daughter Rebecca, b. 5 June, 1727, m. 20 June, 1747, Timothy Orne of Salem.

vi. Abigail, b. 12 May, 1709; m. 29 Jan., 1729-30, Humphrey Deverix (Int. of Marblehead).

vii. Ruth, b. 25 Jan., 1711-12 ; d. before 1732 : m. Robert Hooper, Jr.

Bibliographic information:

  • The Burrill family of Lynn, during the Colonial and Provinicial periods, with some of their descendants
  • by Burrill, Ellen Mudge, 1872?-1937
  • Publication date 1907
  • Topics Burrill, George, ca. 1591-1653, Burrell family
  • Publisher Lynn, Mass., F.S. Whitten, printer
  • Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana
  • Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library
  • Contributor Boston Public Library
  • Language English
  • Call number 1113631
  • Camera Canon 5D
  • Identifier burrillfamilyofl1907burr
  • Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t1ng4nw6q
  • Openlibrary_edition OL23283402M
  • Openlibrary_work OL1516073W
  • Pages 84
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II. Nathan 3 Cheever (Thomas 2, Ezekiel 1), gentleman, born in Boston, March 16, 1694. At a town meeting held in Boston, March 15, 1725, he was chosen constable for Rumney Marsh. After the incorporation of Chelsea he was one of its selectmen. He was of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company § in 1733. He married (1) (pub. Nov. 8, 1721) Hannah Brooks. She died July 1, 1724 (g.s.). He married (2) in Boston, February 15, 1738, Anna Fuller, widow of Nathaniel Fuller and daughter of Samuel Burrill, of Lynn. She died November 10, 1740. He died September 30, 1774 (g.s.). Buried “Oct. 2 1774" Lieut. Nathan Cheever AE 81 years.” His will (No. 15704), dated October 2, 1769, was probated October 21, 1774, and his estate was appraised at £840: 4: 6.

He had one child by each of his wives :

21. i. Nathan, b. in Boston (R. M.), Jan. 15, 1722 ; bapt. in Rumney Marsh, Jan. 20, 1722-3.

22. ii. Joshua, b. in Chelsea, Oct. 10, 1740; bapt. in Chelsea, Oct. 12, 1740.

Bibliographic information:

  • Ezekiel Cheever and some of his descendants : part second
  • by Hassam, John T. (John Tyler), 1841-1903
  • Publication date 1884
  • Topics Cheever, Ezekiel, 1615-1708, Cheever family
  • Publisher Boston : Press of D. Clapp
  • Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana
  • Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library
  • Contributor Boston Public Library
  • Language English
  • Volume no.3
  • No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found.
  • Call number BRLL
  • Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  • Identifier ezekielcheeverso03hass
  • Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t8w993m1c
  • Invoice 8
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  • Page 13
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(7) Nathan, born March 16, 1694. In 1726 he was chosen constable for Rumney Marsh, and after the incorporation of Chelsea he was one of its selectmen. He was of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1733 [as were also his brothers, Thomas and Ezekiel. Joshua joined the company in 1732]. He married first (published November 8, 1721) Hannah Brooks [daughter of Ebenezer and Abigail Brooks of Medford]. She died July 1, 1724 [aged twentythree]. (2). In Boston [Rumney Marsh] February 15, 1738/9 Anna Fuller, widow of Nathaniel Fuller and daughter of Samuel Burrill of Lynn. She died November 10, 1740. He died September 30, 1774, [aged eighty-one years seven months.] He left two sons, Nathan and Joshua, both of whom lived in Chelsea, and became the heads of families of local eminence and usefulness.

Bibliographic information:

  • Title A documentary history of Chelsea: including the Boston precincts of Winnisimmet, Rumney Marsh, and Pullen Point, 1624-1824
  • Authors Jenny Chamberlain Watts, Henry Williamson Haynes, William Richard Cutter, Massachusetts Historical Society
  • Editor Mellen Chamberlain
  • Publisher Printed for the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1908
  • Original from the University of Virginia
  • Digitized Sep 5, 2007
  • Length 793 pages
  • Subjects Reference › Genealogy
  • Page 155
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=p8YMAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA155&lpg=PA155&d...

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Anna [Fuller] Cheever's Timeline

1705
March 7, 1705
Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1740
October 10, 1740
Chelsea, MA, United States
November 10, 1740
Age 35
1740
Age 34
Revere, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States
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December 27
Lynn, Mass