Robert Charles Anderson identified her as "Teagle _____," married by abt 1650 to Matthias Button, as his third wife. She died in Haverhill 4 February 1662[/3] when the Button home was burned. Her husband claimed it was burned by John Godfrey.
She is sometimes called Ann and/or Ann Teagle (and variants) in family files.
A record of her birth was not been identified by Robert Charles Anderson. Teagle's birth location, maiden name, parents and/or siblings, etc. are not otherwise known.
Children of Matthias Button and Teagle _____:
Sarah, b say 1650 [possibly a daughter by Mathias' second wife]; m at Haverhill 6 Jan 1673[/4] James Kingsbury [prob s/o Henry & Susannah Kingsbury].
Hannah, b Haverhill 11 May 1652; presented for fornication in 1673, thus unmarried at that date; probably still alive on 14 Nov 1676, as otherwise there would not be five children to receive the distribution of their father's estate.
Daniel, b Haverhill 10 April 1654; slain at Muddy-Brook Bridge 18 Sep 1675 with Capt. Lathrop; his 1677 estate was divided among his brothers and sisters, indicating he was unmarried. [That he named a son Daniel twice (once after the first one died, and by two different wives), suggests a possible family name.]
Abigail, b Haverhill 16 June 1656; deceased before the division of her father's estate in Nov 1676.
Matthias, b Haverhill 17 March 1657/8; m Haverhill 16 or 24 Nov 1686 Mary Neff.
Peter, b Haverhill 17 July 1660; m by about 1690 Mary Lanphear, daughter of George Lanphear
Patience, b Haverhill 1 June 1662; d Haverhill 30 October 1662.
↑ Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620–1633, Volumes I–III, 3 vols. (1995), 1:292-298, 2088 (“Addenda et Corrigenda”) for Matthias Button; digital images, AmericanAncestors.org (accessed 2014).
Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620–1633, Volumes I–III, 3 vols. (1995), 1:292-298, 2088 (“Addenda et Corrigenda”) for Matthias Button; digital images, AmericanAncestors.org (accessed 2014).
A Genealogical Sketch of the Earliest Descendants of Matthias Button Who First Settled at Salem, MA., NEHGS (1903)
George W. Chase, The History of Haverhill, MA from its First Settlement in 1640 to the Year 1860, 1861, NEHGS.