Bromley Annable1

#7403, (between 1795 and 1799 - 1828)
Father*Barnabas Annable1 (1767 - 1835)
Mother*Ruth Moon1 (c 1771 - 1828)


Polly Jourdan b. s 1802
Child 1.Rhoda Annable+10 (s 1824 - )
See birth record. Ellis p. 367 names both Bromley and Daniel as sons of Barnabas and Ruth. The birth rec. indicates that the name was Daniel Bromley. There is no mention of Daniel in the letters of Barnabas or Samuel in Ellis 429, 438, 447.2 
Bromley Annable was also known as Daniel Annable.1 
Birthbetween 1795 and 1799He was born between 1795 and 1799 at Ashfield, Franklin Co., MassachusettsG.3 
Birth*between 1795 and 1799He was born between 1795 and 1799 at Franklin Co., MassachusettsG.4,3 
1800He appeared on the census of 1800 in the household of Barnabas Annable and Ruth Moon at Ashfield, Hampshire (now Franklin) Co., MassachusettsG; 2 sons and 2 daus.5 
before 20 October 1801He removed with Barnabas Annable and Ruth Moon to Sempronius, Cayuga Co., New YorkG, before 20 October 1801.6,1 
March 1819He removed with Barnabas Annable and Ruth Moon to Black Twp., Posey Co., IndianaG, in March 1819, landing "the 23d of April at Mount Vernon, on the Ohio river, a distance of more than twelve hundred miles by water."7 
Marriage*27 July 1821He married Polly Jourdan on 27 July 1821 at Posey Co., IndianaG.8 
Death*1828He died in 1828 at Posey Co., IndianaG.9 


  1. [S265] E.R. Ellis, editor, Biographical Sketches of Richard Ellis (Detroit, Michigan: W. Graham Printing Co., 1888), p. 366-8.
  2. [S520] VWH.
  3. [S989] Massachusetts Town and Vital Records: Ashfield 1750–1895, Holbrook Research Institute (Jay and Delene Holbrook), compiler, Provo, UT and Oxford, MA, Town Records, original register. Births 1750–1847, p. 17, img. 12/122: "Daniel Brumley Annable born - ; [below] Bartlit Annable born Oct. 7, 1800; [below] Children of Barnabas Annable and his wife" Was it Daniel and Bromley or just one son? Census of 1800 (prob. earlier than Oct.) has two sons - prob. Samuel and David Bromley.
  4. [S726] New England Historic Genealogical Society, compiler, Vital Records of Ashfield Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1942), Births:12, David Brumley, ch. Barnabas and w., --------- [rec. before ch. b. Oct 7, 1800]; poss. same as Bromley.
  5. [S269] 1800 U.S. Federal Census. Barnabus (26-44), F (16-25) [Ruth]; 2 m (<10) [Samuel and Daniel/Bromley]; 2 f (<10) [Electa and Nancy].
  6. [S1248] Cayuga County, New York, Deed Records, 1794-1901, manuscript/manuscript on film, Cayuga County Courthouse, Auburn, New York, Deeds 1799-1802, vols. A-C, Book C, pp. 238–239, FHC film 0851930, images 660,661/862. Samuel Sharp and Mary Sharp, of Scipio, NY, to Barnabas Annable of Sempronius, 100 acres in the Town of Sempronius, being the northeast part of Lot number 44, for consideration of "three hundred Dollars Current money of New York ". Dated 5 Jun 1804, recorded 6 Jun 1804, by Seth Phelps, first Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Cayuga.
  7. [S265] E.R. Ellis, Richard Ellis, p. 366-8; "After the death of his mother, in 1818, he [Barnabas] removed, the next year, with his family [and his sister, Bethia], to Mt. Vernon, Indiana, in the extreme southwestern part of the State. From Sempronius they went overland to Olean, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y., on the Alleghany River, where they went on rafts and flatboats down that river and the Ohio, to their new home in Indiana...Daniel, David and Nancy Annable, children of Barnabas, removed to Farmersville with their parents in 1819, where they all died, leaving no children. Enos had no children."
    Page 366 has Mt. Vernon (on the river), p. 367 has Farmersville. Actually, Nancy had removed to Indiana the previous year, with her brothers Bromley and Enos, and her sister Electa and her husband, Elisha Phillips.
  8. [S198] Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 [database], Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research and Works Progress Administration, compilers, online, Bromley Annable and Polly Jourdan, m. 27 Jul 1821, Posey Co.; citing Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT; Page: 1428893.
  9. [S265] E.R. Ellis, Richard Ellis, 447–48, letter from Samuel Annable, son of Barnabas, to Deacon Dimick Ellis of Ashfield, MA, dated Yankee Settlement, Posey County, Ind., Dec. 15, 1839: "It was eleven years ago last summer that an unusual fever for this country broke out in our family in the month of June. My mother was the first who fell a victim to it, sister Nancy next, then brother David and Bromley, then sisters Eliza and Rhoda — all in the space of six weeks.". And "My brother David died in October 1836 of bilious fever."
  10. [S265] E.R. Ellis, Richard Ellis, p. 367.