Anne Jane Usher

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Anne Jane Usher

Birthdate: (75)
Death: Died in Bath, VA, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Edward Usher and Jane Usher
Wife of Loftus Pullins, Sr.
Partner of Negro enslaved by Jane Usher Pullins
Mother of Loftus Pullins, Jr.; Samuel Pullins, Sr.; Jonathan Pullins and John Pullins
Sister of Margaret Usher; NN Steuart; Martha Dickenson and Infant Usher

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About Anne Jane Usher

The name of his wife, Ann Jane Usher, uncovers a romance. One Edward Usher eloped with the daughter of an English nobleman named Perry and came to America. Their four children were daughters, one dying in infancy. Usher died while they were yet small, and the widow went to England, hoping for a reconciliation with her father. He recognized her on the road as he drove by in his carriage, but being still angry he tossed her a shilling, telling her that was all she would have from him and that she must mind her brats herself. She returned to America, her children, if not also herself, finding their way to the Augusta colony, probably to Fort Dickenson. James Knox became the guardian of Ann Jane,* and with a portion, at least, of her inheritance he purchased for her a negro girl. Several years later she married Loftus Pullin. One sister married William Steuart, another High- land pioneer, the third (Martha?) marrying a son of Captain Adam Dickenson. The stern parent finally relented and pro- vided for his daughter by will. But the search he instituted failed to discover her, and no knowledge thereof coming to her descendants for many years, the matter went by default.

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Anne Jane Usher's Timeline

Age 31
Augusta, Virginia, United States
October 1764
Age 34
Augusta, VA, USA
Age 75
Bath, VA, USA
Augusta, VA, USA