Annis Bayford1,2

#5481, (12 June 1603 - 15 March 1683)
Relationship8th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*Francis Bayford1 (1567 - bt 1614 - 1622)
Mother*Johan _____1 (s 1576 - )

Family 1

William Chandler b. b 1595, d. 1641/42
Children 1.William1 Chandler1 (b 1627 - c 1633)
 2. Thomas Chandler+2 (b 1628 - b 1702/3)
 3.Hannah Chandler+2 (c 1629 - 1711)
 4.Henry Chandler1 (b 1632 - b 1637)
 5.Dea. John Chandler+6 (c 1634 - 1703)
 6.William Chandler Jr+6 (c 1635 - 1698)
 7.Sarah Chandler+6 (c 1638 - )

Family 2

John Dane b. s 1585, d. 1658

Family 3

John Parmenter d. 1671
Annis Bayford was also known as Agnes.1 
Annis Bayford was also known as Ann.1 
"What Annis's surname was before marriage does not clearly Appear. Dea. George Alcock, of Roxbury, in his will of 1640.said: "To our brother Edward Porter 20 bushels of Indian Corn, and to our brother Chandler the Monye he oweth me" "for half the fence betwixt him and me." "My brother Mr. Hooker "to be "overseer." Mrs. Alcock was sister of Rev. Thos. Hooker. She died in Roxbury. Edward Porter married a sister of Dea. George Alcock. Gov. Dudley, in a letter to Lady Lincoln, says, "Mrs. Alcock, sister to Mr. Hooker." Hence it may well be supposed that "Annis" was a sister of Dea. George Alcock.' P. 1.3 
Birthbefore 12 June 1603She was born before 12 June 1603 at EnglandG.1 
Baptism*12 June 1603She was baptized on 12 June 1603 at Farnham, Essex, EnglandG.1 
Marriage*circa 1628She married William Chandler, son of Henry Chandler and Agnes _____, circa 1628; Cutter has Annis Alcock.2 
circa 1628 As of circa 1628,her married name was Chandler.2 
1637She and William Chandler migrated to Roxbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, from England in 1637.4,2 
2 July 1643 As of 2 July 1643,her married name was Dane.2 
Marriage*2 July 1643She married John Dane on 2 July 1643; their 2nd each.2 
9 August 1660 As of 9 August 1660,her married name was Parmenter.2 
Marriage*9 August 1660She married John Parmenter on 9 August 1660 at Roxbury, Massachusetts; her 3rd.2 
between 1661 and 1671She and John Parmenter lived between 1661 and 1671 at Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MassachusettsG.5 
circa 1672She removed circa 1672 Roxbury after her husband's death.5 
Death*15 March 1683She died on 15 March 1683 at Roxbury, Suffolk Co., MassachusettsG, at age 79.2,5 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S605] J. Gardner Bartlett and G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England Communicated by the Committee on English and Foreign Research", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 85 (April 1931).
  2. [S597] George Chandler, compiler, Chandler Family: The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler Who Settled in Roxbury, Mass. 1637 (Worcester, Mass.: Press of Charles Hamilton, 1883), pp. 1-3. Hereinafter cited as Chandler Family: The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler.
  3. [S597] George Chandler, Chandler Family: The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler, "What Annis's surname was before marriage does not clearly Appear. Dea. George Alcock, of Robu ry, in his will of 1640, .said: "To our brother Edward Porter 20 bushels of Indian Corn, and to our brother Chandler the Monye he oweth me" "for half the fence betwixt him and me." "My brother Mr. Hooker "to be "overseer." Mrs. Alcock was sister of Rev. Thos. Hooker. She died in Roxbury. Edward Porter married a sister of Dea. George Alcock. Gov. Dudley, in a letter to Lady Lincoln, says, "Mrs. Alcock, sister to Mr. Hooker." Hence it may well be supposed that "Annis" was a sister of Dea. George Alcock.' P. 1.
  4. [S604] Record Commissioners of Boston, compiler, Roxbury Church and Land Records, 2nd Edition (Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1884), p. 83. "William Chandler he came to N. E. aboute the yeare 1637. he brought 4 small childr, Thomas, Hana. John, VVilliia (an unknown value) his 5t child Sarah was borne here, he lived a very religions & Godly life among us, & fell into a consumption, to wh he had bene long inclined, he lay neare a yeare sick, in ail wh time, his faith, patiens & Godlynesse & contentation so shined, yt Christ was much gloryfied in him, he was a man of weake pts but excellent fath & holyness, he was a very thankfull man, & much magnified Gods goodnesse, he was pore, but God so opened the hearts of his naybe to him yt he never wanted yt wh was (at least in his esteeme) very plentifull & comfortable to him; he dyed about the ____ in in yeare 1641. & left a sweet memory & savor behind him.
    Hannah Chandler the wife of Willia (an unknown value), Chandler."
  5. [S840] Charlotte Helen Abbott, compiler, Early Records of the Dane Family of Andover (manuscript typed: Memorial Hall Library, Andover), downloaded from www.mhl.org , p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Dane Family of Andover.
  6. [S597] George Chandler, Chandler Family: The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler, pp. 1-4.