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immigrant England  John  Anthony

  (b. 1607England (Great Britain) (United Kingdom)   d. 28 July 1675Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA )  

John Anthony was born 1607 in England (Great Britain) (United Kingdom). John Anthony was the child of

John was an immigrant, arriving by 1634.

He married  Susanna Potter 13 September 1637 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Susanna Potter  was born abt. 1623 in England (Great Britain) (United Kingdom) .  She died 11 August 1674 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA . 

John Anthony died 28 July 1675 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA.

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John Anthony married immigrant England Susanna Potter-- Date: 13 September 1637 Place: Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
From the "Tercentenary of New England Families, 1620-1922" by the American Historical Society:

"JOHN (2) ANTHONY, son of Dr. John (1) ANTHONY, was born in Hampstead, England, in 1607, and died in 1675. He resided for a time in the village of Hampstead, near London, England, but removed to come to America. He sailed for New England in the barque, "Hercules," April 16, 1634. In 1640 he is recorded in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, where he was made a freeman, 14th 7 mo., 1640. He was made a corporal of the military company, and had land assigned to him at the "Wadding river," in 1644. He had authority granted to him, May 25, 1655, to keep a house of entertainment in Portsmouth. John ANTHONY later rose to prominence in the affairs of the community, and was appointed commissioner in 1661. From 1666 to 1672 he occupied the post of deputy to the General Court. He married Susanna POTTER, who died in 1675. Their children were:

John, born in 1642
Susanna, born in 1644
Elizabeth, born in 1646
Joseph, born in 1648
Abraham "

ANTHONY John John1 (1607-1675) & Susanna [POTTER?] by 1642 Portsmouth, RI {McIntire Anc. 75, 77-78 Anthony 21, 23 Shotwell 42 Ballou 37, 64 Edwards (1887) 32, 46 Davol-Willets 21 Boddie 11 Sv. 1:52 Reg. 31:416 Greene (1903) 65}

Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700. (Online db. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as: New England Marriages Prior to 1700. CD-ROM. Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001.

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America/USA Susannah Anthony (b.1644, Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA  d. 1716, Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA)

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Origin of Surname
(Greek.) From the Greek flower; flourishing, beautiful, graceful.
An etymological dictionary of family and Christian names - By William Arthur - 1857.
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Mayflower lands at Plimoth Rock

England1621 - Thirty Years War began (Protestants against Catholics) webimage/ countrys/ europe/ england/ uketimeln2.htm -

England1625 - King James I died; son Charles I crowned webimage/ countrys/ europe/ england/ uketimeln2.htm -

1637 Marriage / Partner
John Anthony and Susanna Potter 13 September 1637, Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA

1675 Death
1675 ANTHONY ANTHONY John, d. July 28, 1675. More 1 5 Death Portsmouth
Click here to go to sourceVital Records of Rhode Island, 1636-1850
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