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Anne Bullard / Thorpe (Duekerman)

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Birthplace: England, United Kingdom
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Wife of Henry Thorpe

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About Anne Bullard / Thorpe

ANNE DUEKERMAN: She had a grant of land at Watertown, Massachusetts as widow of Robert Bullard

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This profile conflicts with every source I know of. Almost every source agrees she was Anne Martyn daughter of John who married 1st to Robert Bullard and second to Henry Thorpe.

http://www.gurganus.org/o urfamily/browse.cfm/Ann-Martyn/f200965

Plummer, John. The Martyn Wives of Robert and John Bullard. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (1992), 146:280. ‘Anne, b. say 1604; d. before 15 Oct. 1660 (Edgar J. Bullard, Other Bullards [Port Austin, Mich., 1928], 7); m. probably ca. 1625, Robert Bullard, b. probably in Barnham ca. 1600; d. at Watertown, Mass., 24 April 1639, aged 40, son of William and Grace (Bignette) Ballard (Bullard and Allied Families, 12-13). Anne (Martyn) Bullard married (2) before November 1639 Henry Thorpe.

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/59016579/person/48194284980/media/1?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid|pgNum

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http://www.ourfamiliesroots.org/pedigr ee/york/pafg32.htm#2984

http://www.bobandelsa.com/Publishable07Apr08-o/p72.htm

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/o/Kathleen-Choi-HI/GENE3-0045.html#CHILD117966083

http://trees.ancestry.com/owt/person.aspx?pid=6204474&st=1

http://www.gurganus.org/o urfamily/browse.cfm/Ann-Martyn/f200965

Plummer, John, "The Martyn Wives of Robert and John Bullard," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 146, 1992, 279-. Pulsifer, David, trans., "Records of Boston," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, various issues. Stutt, Clifford L. and Myrtle Stevens Hyde, "The English Bullard Family Revisited," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 154, 2000, 172 -.


Ann (Anne) Bullard formerly Martyn aka ThorpeBorn May 8, 1604 in Barnham St. Martins, Suffolk, England Daughter of John Martyn and Anne (Hosmer) Martyn Sister of John Martyn, Thomas Martyn, Magdalene (Martyn) Bullard and William Martyn Wife of Robert Bullard — married 1625 in Barnham,,Suffolk,England Wife of Henry Thorpe — married 1639 in Massachusetts Mother of Ann (Bullard) Dana, William Bullard, Maudalin (Bullard) Pearson, Benjamin Bullard and Sicily Bullard Died October 15, 1660 in Watertown,Middlesex, MA Profile managers: Carole Partridge private message [send private message], Bob Fields private message [send private message], and Ron Callahan private message [send private message] This page has been accessed 624 times.

Categories: Puritan Great Migration. The Puritan Great Migration. This person migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640). If you are interested in this profile, please check out the Puritan Great Migration Project!

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   1 Biography
   2 Sources
       2.1 References
       2.2 Acknowledgments

Biography

Anne Martyn was born around 1604 in St. Martin's Parish, Barnham, Suffolk, England.[1] She and her sister Magdalene Martyn married two Bullard brothers (Robert and John). They emigrated to New England before 1639 in the Great Puritan Migration. Anne, Robert and their children: Anne, Maudlin, and Benjamin, settled in Watertown, Massachusetts, while Magdalene, John and family moved on to become some of the earliest residents of Dedham.

Anne's husband, Robert Bullard, died of an illness at age 40 in 1639, leaving her alone in a new country, with three young children. She sent her youngest child, 5-year-old Benjamin to live with his aunt Magdalene (Anne's sister) and uncle John Bullard (Robert's brother) in Dedham while she raised the two girls on her own. At some point, Anne married Henry Thorpe, a widower.[2] Henry signed a bond stating he would not do anything to keep Benjamin from receiving his inheritance. The bond was dated 25 Nov 1639.

Anne died in Watertown, Massachusetts on October 15, 1660.

   Marriage 2 Henry THORPE b: ABT 1600
   Married: BEF 25 NOV 1639

Sources

   Plummer, John, "The Martyn Wives of Robert and John Bullard," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 146, 1992, 279-.
   Pulsifer, David, trans., "Records of Boston," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, various issues.
   Stutt, Clifford L. and Myrtle Stevens Hyde, "The English Bullard Family Revisited," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 154, 2000, 172 -.
   https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/9HVH-S76    http://www.treetreetree.org.uk/Martyn.htm#Anne    http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/16902546/person/725101447
    http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Martyn-50
    Anne Thorpe    Ancestral File Number: 19GD-2LS
   Ancestral File Number: 3G48-RJ
   John Plummer, "The Martyn Wives of Robert and John Bullard"; New England Historical and Genealogical Register, July 1992, p. 279; ; , private library of Brent A. Schlottman

References

   ↑ There is some question as to whether Anne's mother was Anne Hosmer or AgnesWright
   ↑ According to some published genealogies, after losing his first wife, Anne's son Benjamin eventually married his stepsister, Henry's daughter, Elizabeth.[citation needed] The dates don't work out here. It appears that Anne married Henry while Benjamin was still quite young, but Benjamin's second wife, Elizabeth, was almost 20 years younger than he was, implying that Anne would have been her mother.

Cutter's give date of death as 24 June 1639. E.J. Bullard "Other Bullards: A Genealogy; ... gives the date of death for Robert Bullard as 24 June, 1639. Robert Bullard, the immigrant ancestor, was born in England in 1599, died in Watertown a few years after he came over, 1639. His widow Anne married (second) Henry Thorpe. She had a grant of land in 1644 in Watertown, while widow of Robert Bullard. Henry Thorpe was a proprietor of Watertown. When he married Anne he gave a bond that he would not alienate any of the estate then in her possession and consented to a deed that she made to her son Benjamin and his sisters. The bond was made before John Simpson and witnessed by William Bullard. Before Thorpe died he and his wife Anne sold some of the Bullard land "for relief from necessity", 15 October 1660, three and a half acres of Fresh Pond, and Benjamin Bullard quit-claimed his rights in the property. (Abner) Morse says that the names Bullard and Bulwer are probably the same. The family is not very numerous and seems never to have been prominent, but few of the Puritans have had more numerous or distinguished posterity than this Robert Bullard who died almost unknown, a young man, soon after his new home was established in this country. - See more at: http://www.wellswooster.com/tree/getperson.php?personID=I12416&tree=bryant#sthash.lUQS2Wed.dpuf

Alt birth for Anne Martyne Bef 08 May 1597, Suffolk, England

[S24] Bullard, Bullard Allied Famili, Bullard, Edgar J., (Detroit, Michigan: Author, 1930), p.13. [S13] NEHGR, NEHGR, (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 154:179.

[S13] NEHGR, NEHGR, (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 7:161.

[S261] Ancestry of Eva Kempton, Smith, Dean Crawford & Sanborn, Melinde Lutz, (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA, 1996), p.205.

[S261] Ancestry of Eva Kempton, Smith, Dean Crawford & Sanborn, Melinde Lutz, (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA, 1996), p.203.

[S13] NEHGR, NEHGR, (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 154:188.

[S13] NEHGR, NEHGR, (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 146:280. - See more at: http://www.wellswooster.com/tree/getperson.php?personID=I12416&tree=bryant#sthash.lUQS2Wed.dpuf

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