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Anne (Smith) Horton (1602 - abt. 1635)

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Anne (Ann) Horton formerly Smith
Born in Stanion, Northamptonshire, Englandmap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married about in Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died about in Mowsley, Leicestershire, Englandmap
Profile last modified | Created 16 Nov 2010
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Anne Smith was born in 1602 at Stanion, Northamptonshire, England. "...recorded in the Mowsley parish record book that identifies Anne as coming from Stanion, Northamptonshire."[1]Her parents and other ancestors are unknown.

On February 8, 1621/2 Barnabas Horton applied for a marriage license to marry Anne. but it was not listed in the Mowlsey parish.[2]"They may have been married in another parish..."[3][4][5]or about 1623-1625.

Between 1630 and 1635, Anne is presumed to have died - "Nor is there a way to confirm the details surrounding the death of his wife, Anne, which may have occurred during this time [1630-1635].[6]

Children of Anne (Smith) and Barnabas Horton
  1. Joseph was born in 1625[5][7]"...know that at least one older child, a son whom Barnabas named Joseph, perhaps to honor Barnabas's grandfather, was born before Benjamin"[8]He married Jane Budd[5]most likely in Southold sometime between 1645 and 1653.[9]Jane's birth and death dates are unknown.[10]"Joseph died intestate between 1695 and June 1696."[11]Children: John, Joseph, Samuel, David, Benjamin, Hannah.[12]

#Benjamin baptized September 16, 1627[13]at Mowsley in Leicestershire.[14][15]He married (1st) Ann the widow of Mr. Tucker on February 22, 1659/60 in Southold.[16][17]Ann, Benjamin Horton's (1st)wife, died between 1683 & 1686.[18]Benjamin married (2nd) Mary (Hampton) Mapham[19]who died after 1712.[20]Benjamin was a prosperous farmer who did not serve in public office.[21]He died November 3, 1690.[22]leaving the bulk of his estate to his siblings, the church, and the poor.[23]There are no known children of Benjamin and Ann nor of Benjamin and Mary.[24]

  1. Anne was baptized on October 4, 1629[25]in the parish of Kincott (or Kimcote) and Walton.[26][27]Presumably she died young with no children as she is not mentioned in her father's will.[28]
  2. "Hannah was born in the early 1630s in England,[29] most likely in Leicestershire or Warwickshire[30] and died after 1700."[31]She married (1st) Thomas Hildreth[32] of Southampton[33] who died in 1657.[34]She married (2nd) Jonas or Jonah Bower[35] who was a weaver of Southampton[36]who died in 1671.[37]She married (3rd) Thomas Trevally[38] sometime before 1680,[39]a cooper of Southampton[40]who died January 1687/8.[41]Children of Hannah and Thomas Hildreth: James, Joseph, Jonathan, Hannah. Children of Hannah and Jonas Bower: Jonah, Isaac, Mary, There are no known children of Hannah and Thomas Trevally.[42]
  3. "Sarah was born in the mid 1630's[43]probably in Warwickshire[44]and died in 1675[45]in Southold, New York."[46]She married (1st) William Salmon[47]who was born about 1610[48]and died in 1657.[49]Salmon was a blacksmith with four children.[50]Sarah married (2nd) John Conkling Jr.[51]on December 2, 1657[52]in Southold.[53]Conkling was born in 1630[54]in Nottinghamshire, England[55]and died April 6, 1694[56]in Southold.[57]Children of Sarah and William Salmon: Elizabeth, Hannah. Children of Sarah and John Conkling: John, Joseph, Sarah.[58]


Anne Smith[59]


1602 Stanion, Northamptonshire, England[59]


Barnabas Horton and Anne Smith applied for marriage license February 8, 1621/2 it was not issued in Mowsley parish.


1630 Mowsley, Leicestershire, England[59]
Ann was born in 1605. She passed away about 1634. ?


  1. Dinan 2015 p. 38,39
  2. Dinan 2015 p. 38
  3. Dinan 2015 p. 38
  4. Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "The Stryker-Rodda Families" privately published, 1991), 100.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Doherty, Frank J. "The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, Dutchess County, New York: An Historical and Genealogical Study of All the 18th Century Settlers in the Patent" (1990): vol. 6, p. 657
  6. Dinan 2015 p.45
  7. Dinan 2015 p. 275
  8. Dinan 2015 p. 39
  9. Dinan 2015 p. 276
  10. Dinan 2015 p. 276
  11. Dinan 2015 p.276
  12. Dinan 2015 p. 277, 278
  13. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  14. Dinan 2015 p.278
  15. John T. Horton "Documentary Evidence of the Life and Labors of Barnabas Horton" NYGBR 102, no. 2 (Apr 1971): 70
  16. Dinan 2015 p.278
  17. Southold Town Records, Vol. I (Liber A and B), Vol. II (Liber C), and Vol. III (Liber D).
  18. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  19. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  20. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  21. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  22. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  23. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  24. Dinan 2015 p. 278
  25. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  26. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  27. John T. Horton, "Documentary Evidence of the Life and Labors of Barnabas Horton," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 102, No. 2 (April 1971): 70
  28. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  29. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  30. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  31. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  32. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  33. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  34. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  35. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  36. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  37. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  38. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  39. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  40. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  41. Dinan 2015 p. 279
  42. Dinan 2015 p. 279, 280
  43. Dinan 2015 p. 275
  44. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  45. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  46. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  47. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  48. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  49. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  50. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  51. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  52. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  53. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  54. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  55. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  56. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  57. Dinan 2015 p. 280
  58. Dinan 2015 p. 280, 281
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 Public Member Trees
Footnotes and citations:
Source list:
  • Doherty, Frank J. "The Settlers of the Beekman Patent. Dutchess County, New York: An Historical and Genealogical Study of All the 18th Century Settlers in the Patent" (1990): vol. 6, p. 657. American Ancestors.subscription needed
  • Dinan, Jacqueline. "In Search of Barnabas Horton, From English Baker to Long Island Proprietor, 1600 - 1680" (New York: Pynsleade Books, 2015.)
  • Public Member Trees (The Generations Network, Inc.; Provo, UT, USA; 2006) Record for Barnabas Horton & Joseph Horton
  • In Search of Barnabas Horton, From English Baker to Long Island Proprietor, Jaqueline Dinan, page -38-41
  • Ancestral Lines of Chester Everts Howell, 1867-1949 of Elmira, New York, USA

by Jesse Howell Finch *In Search of Barnabas Horton From English Baker to Long Island Proprietor, Jaqueline Dinan page 38 and 40

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On 6 Mar 2018 at 11:24 GMT Kathleen (Chaffee) Brownston wrote:

Smith-149728 and Smith-4455 appear to represent the same person because: appear to be the same person. Same spouse. Please merge

On 6 Mar 2018 at 02:30 GMT Chris Hoult wrote:

Smith-149728 and Smith-148886 appear to represent the same person because: Merge an orphaned with no sources or attached family it clears a rogue profile.

On 9 Apr 2017 at 23:15 GMT Cheryl (Aldrich) Skordahl wrote:

Thank you, Andrew.

On 8 Apr 2017 at 18:23 GMT Cheryl (Aldrich) Skordahl wrote:

Could the name "Stanton" please be removed as her middle name? She was born in "Stanion" but that doesn't qualify for a middle name. thanks.


On 27 Mar 2017 at 15:18 GMT Eddie King wrote:

Unknown-353866 and Smith-4455 do not represent the same person because: Different dates and name

On 20 Nov 2014 at 14:58 GMT Carole Partridge wrote:

Smith-39056 and Smith-4455 appear to represent the same person because: Merging son.

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