John Ranney was born November 14, 1662 at Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut.His parents were Thomas Ranney and his wife Mary (Hubbard) Ranney.
On December 28, 1693 he married Hannah Turner.Hannah was born March 4, 1678-9 to parents Edward Turner and Mary (Sandford) Turner. Edward Turner, in his will, named his daughter Hannah "now the wife of John Ranney."Hannah's father died April 4, 1717, age 84.
John and Hannah Ranney were admitted into full communion in the Middletown church on June 2, 1695.Previously they had been members of the North Society Church which had been organized January 5, 1714-15.
His home place was just north of his brother Thomas,but in 1717 he sold it and moved to East Middletownwhere they were original members of the Third Society Church which was organized in 1721.
Marce was born December 28, 1695, Upper Houses. On July 19, 1722 at East Middletown, she married John Hall. John was born August 19, 1699 at Upper Houses, the son of Deacon Samuel Hall and his wife Sarah Hinsdale. Marce died October 1, 1762. John died February 3, 1767.
Hannah was born June 1, 1699 and died November 26, 1699.
John was born September 12, 1700 and died September 20, 1700
John (2nd) was born October 1, 1703
Richard was born February 18, 1705
Deborah was born August 24, 1708
Jeremiah was born January 25, 1713 and died February 16, 1713.
Samuel was born August 12, 1715. He married Ann Miller who was born December 7, 1701, the daughter of John Miller and Marcy Bevins. He served in French-Indian War died August 21, 1758.
The dates of the deaths of John Ranney and his wife Hannah are unknown.
Buried: Riverside Cemetery, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, USA
↑ 2.002.012.022.032.042.052.062.072.082.092.102.11 Adams, Charles Collard. "Middletown Upper Houses, A History of the North Society of Middletown, Connecticut, From 1630 to 1800, With Genealogical and Biographical Chapters on Early Families and a Full Genealogy of the Ranney Family."(The Grafton Press, Genealogical Publishers, New York) 1908. p. 150, 154, 155
Adams, Charles Collard. "Middletown Upper Houses, A History of the North Society of Middletown, Connecticut, From 1630 to 1800, With Genealogical and Biographical Chapters on Early Families and a Full Genealogy of the Ranney Family."(The Grafton Press, Genealogical Publishers, New York) 1908. p. 150, 154, 155.see at archive.org
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with John by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with John: