"Ann Bagley was baptized at St. Edmund, Dudley, county Worcester, on 27 April 1634."
William Brinton "was married in 1659, in England, by Friends' ceremony, to Ann Bagley, daughter of Edward Bagley of Sedgeley.'"
Husband William Brinton wrote a touching tribute of Ann after her death (reprinted in Schoonover), in which he says they were married about 1659 and that she had been a Quaker about three years at that time. Of her family, he writes
"Her ffather's name was Edward Bagley, a man of good account as to worldly Rank. He dyed some fifty years ago. Her mother became a friend and so continued until her death. She remayned a Widow all her Dayes, which was some thirty years after her husband's decease..." 
Death and Legacy
Ann Brinton died about 1699 in Birmingham, Chester, Pennsylvania, with her husband by her side.
↑ Charles M. Hansen. "The Ancestry of William and Ann (Bagley) Brinton: Quaker Immigrants to Pennsylvania." The American Genealogist 71, no. 1 (January 1996): 48. Retrieved from AmericanAncestors.org
Interestingly, the church where she was baptized was destroyed in 1646 during the civil war. Ann would have been 12 at the time; parishioners worshiped instead at St. Thomas's Church in Dudley. Wikipedia