Named as Thomas' wife in Bedford Co. land sale to Benjamin Clardy and to John Hook; also in claims for reparation due to provisions "given" to the revolutionary Army in Bedford Co. VA possibly while Thomas was imprisoned.
Henson/Hanson last name at birth for Ann, wife of Thomas, is speculative.
Ann was born about 1735. Ann Hansen ... She passed away about 1835.
The children of Dr. Thomas Hunt and Ann (Henson) of Virginia are referred to as The Hunt 14. There are only 14 children listed in the Jackson Family Bible for Dr. Thomas Hunt of Bedford Virginia.DO NOT ADD CHILDREN To These Parents
There appear to be two different families misattributions. The family of Dr. Thomas Hunt of Bedford County, Virginia who married and Ann (presumably Henson) has been incorrectly connected to the Family of Thomas Elwood Hunt of Westchester, NY, who married Ann (presumably Mattingly). Profiles for the Thomas Elwood Hunt need to be cleaned up and merged together. DNA of Thomas Elwood's descendants do not match the Dr. Thomas Hunt family descendants of Virginia Genetically - YDNA.
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The name Elwood has not been associated with Dr. Thomas Hunt of Bedford County Virginia, nor has the last name of his wife Anne been associated with the name Mattingly. If there is documentary evidence of this name for Ann it would smash down a brick wall which has eluded researchers for centuries! Please post if there is anything.
Jackson Family Bible, The source of the list of 14 siblings we call “The HUNT 14″ is a page found pasted into a Jackson Family Bible, This Bible was owned by Mrs. Wilkes of Springfield, TN. A brief background and account was provided by Mr. William M. Hunt, renowned family history researcher and historian, on 15 November 1986.
The Hunt 14 Family Newsletter, June 2013 – Given Names & Source Posted on June 27, 2013, in The Hunt 14.[]
WikiTree profile Hensen-1 created through the import of Foster Family Tree.ged on May 27, 2011 by Ferrell Foster. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Ferrell and others.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Anne by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage (beta) of DNA with Anne: