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Hannah Brownson (Scott)

Birthplace: Wethersfield, (Present Hartford County), Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Edmund Scott, of Waterbury and Hannah Scott
Wife of John Brunson of CT and SC
Mother of John Brunson, Jr.; Sarah MacGregor; Abraham Brunson; Joseph Brunson, I; Grace Martin and 1 other
Half sister of Joseph Scott; Edmund Scott, Jr.; Samuel Scott; Jonathan Scott; George Scott and 4 others

Managed by: Jennifer Rae Mieirs
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About Hannah Brownson

Hannah Scott, daughter of Edmund Scott & Hannah Bird, was born 1651 in of Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut and died about 1724.

She married on October 25, 1664 in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut to John Brunson (1645-1711). He was the son of Richard Brunson and Abigail.

Their children are (from baptism records also in CT)

Abraham, John Jr., Isaac, Joseph and daughters, Sarah and Grace, and granddaughter, Mary (wife of Preserved Ford),


The will of John and Hannah (Scott) Brunson January 11,1711. While the following text is complete and thorough there is no statement as to the source or record of file referenced. Records of South Carolina Province page 34 dated Jan. 11, 1712, proven April 28, 1712 no date as to recording. Item: It is the will y't all ye movables belonging to my estate besides w't have already been bequeathed in this my last will and testament, be equally divided between my two daughters, Sarah and Grace, by each of whom I will forty shillings, to be paid to my granddaughter, Mary, wife of Preserved Ford. Any further, it is my will that if any of the moveable benecessary spent to maintain my wife after my decease, or to defray the charges of her funeral, or be unavoidably diminished before her decease, than my two daughters aforesaid shall pay less than aforesaid sum each of them in proportion to the said diminshion; for the discovery of which diminution I willthat appraisement be made, and an inventory taken of all my moveable estateas soon as convenient after my decease. Finally, I nominate and declare my good friends, my well beloved wife, Hannah Brunson and my sons, Abraham, Joseph,Isaac Brunson, as my executors of this my last will and testament, I set hereunto hand and seal this eleventh day of Januar

  • New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Clarence Almon Torrey (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011) Vol. I, p. 211. BROMSON/BRONSON?, John & Hannah [SCOTT]; 25 October 1664; Wethersfield
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Hannah Brownson's Timeline

February 2, 1576
Holy Innocents, Lamarsh, Essex, England
February 2, 1576
Holy Innocents, Lamarsh, Essex, England
February 2, 1585
February 2, 1586
La Marsh,Essex,England
February 2, 1586
Lamarsh, Essex, England, England
February 2, 1586
Lamarsh, Essex, England
Wethersfield, (Present Hartford County), Connecticut Colony
August 25, 1665
Age 14
Withersfield, Conneticut
August 27, 1671
Age 20
Wethersfield, Conneticut