Anne was the daughter of Nathan Longfellow and Anne Green. She was born 2 August 1719 in Hampton Falls.
Bartholomew Heath and Hannah Moyce
The children of Bartholomew and Hannah were:
2. Joseph b. ? in Newbury, d. 1672
3. Joshua b. Feb 12, 1646/7 in Haverhill died August 1647
4. Hannah b. Sept 3, 1648 Haverhill died Nov. 9, 1668
5. Josiah b. Sept 4, 1651 Haverhill d. 1717 Haverhill
6. Elizabeth b. Mar 19, 1653/43 Haverhill d. Jan 28, 1654/55
7. Benjamin b. Aug 8, 1656 Haverhill d. June 29, 1657
8. Elizabeth b. Sept 5, 1658 Haverhill d. Feb 11, 1659
|St. Mary's Dennington, Suffolk|
Hannah Moyce, daughter of Joseph and Hannah Folcorde Moyce was born in Dennington, Suffolk, England in 1618. Hannah was baptized at St. Mary the Virgin, Dennington on September 6th of that year. Joseph and Hannah were married 22 November 1609. They seem to have only had three daughters in Salisbury all born 1618 and after. I wonder what happen in the nine years from their marriage until Hannah was born.
Joseph was one of the original proprietors of Salisbury, Massachusetts. He received lands in 1640 and 1641. In 1644 he sold his "new house", land and all things around it to Richard Currier. In 1649 his name is listed as a land owner in Haverhill, but he does not seem to have ever lived there. He was taxed in 1650 and 1651 to pay the minister of Salisbury. He again received land in 1654. His wife Hannah died in 1655. It is not known when Joseph died, there is no will or probate records.
John Heath and Sarah PartridgeJohn Heath, the son of Bartholomew and Hannah, was born in Newbury, but raised in Haverhill, Massachusetts. He married 14 November 1666 in Salisbury to Sarah Partridge. Sarah was the daughter of William Partridge and Ann Spicer. They had the following children, all born in Haverhill:
1. Bartholomew b. Sept 3, 1667 d. 4 Aug 1704 Killed by Indians
2. Sarah b. 26 March 1669 died same year
3. Elizabeth b. 1 March 1669/70 d. 9 Dec 1683 age 13
4. Hannah b. 3 May1673 m. 1691
5. John b. 17 March 1674/75 d. unknown
6. Martha b. 30 Nov. 1677 m. George Goldwyer (2) Robert Pike d. 1713
7. Nehemiah b. 11 May 1680 d. Jan 14 1717/18 he was a sea-captain, lived in Hampton
Falls m. Mary Gove of Hampton, will probated at Hampton
8. Rachael b. 23 July 1682
9. Ann b. 30 June 1684 m. William Brown d. 7 Aug 1765 Kensington
10. Sarah b. 22 April 1688
|Hannah Dunston weilding her hatchet|
War flared up again in 1704, this time called Queen Anne's War. Bartholomew Heath, son of John and Sarah Partridge, was not so lucky, he was killed during this uprising. John and Sarah also lost children at a young age. Almost no one reached old age without the loss of children or other close family members.
According to Hoyt John and Sarah died in Hampton, New Hampshire, other books say Hampton, Mass which does not exist. In about 1740 or so Haverhill, Mass was divided and part of it became Hampstead, New Hampshire. John's will is not found in the New Hampshire probate records. Maybe he and Sarah were living with one of the children in Hampton. John is said to have died in 1706, age 63 and Sarah in 1718, age 71.
Massachusetts Vital Records
History of Haverhill, George Wingate Chase
Great Migration 1620-1632, Robert Charles Anderson
Genealogy of Richard Currier, Harvey Lear Currier
Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Hoyt