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Isabel Anthony was born 1612 in Clerkenwell, St James London, Middlesex, England and died Sep 1644 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, USA.
In 1643, died when Massachusetts overstepped their bounds & arrested their husbands. "...their wives & children were forced to betake themselves to the woods & suffered hardships that resulted in the death o f 3 women, one of these being the wife of Robert Potter." (From strattonhouse.com)
abt 1629 Rin Roxbury, Roxbury, Massachusetts to Robert Potter, 1610-1653.
Children/ Sex/ Birth
Anthony Potter M 1628 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA Elizabeth Potter F abt 1631 in Roxbury, [county], Massachusetts, USA Deliverance Potter F 1637 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA John Potter M 1639 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, USA Isabel Potter F abt 1639 in Portsmouth, [county], Rhode Island, USA Robert Potter M 28 May 1639 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA Links
- Isabel Anthony
- abt 1612 Clerkenwell, St James London, Middlesex, England
- September 1644 Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island
- 1643 Died of exposure when the Massachusetts troops invaded Shawomet
- Genealogy of one branch of the Peckham family of Newport and Westerly, R.I Page 68 http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89069623809;view=1up;seq=5. Page 63. http://books.google.com/books?id=mF1JAAAAMAAJ
- Clarke, Louise Brownell. The Greenes of Rhode Island (Knickerbocker Press, New York, 1903) Page 65 http://openlibrary.org/books/OL6929653M/The_Greenes_of_Rhode_Island
- Edward Balfour
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