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HELP! immigrant flag female ancestor  Ann  LANGLEY

  (b. 29 July 1595 Sandy, Bedfordshire, England   d. 30 July 1677 Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony )  

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LANGLEY Family Genealogy

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Ann LANGLEY was born 29 July 1595 in Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. Ann LANGLEY was the child of ?   and   ?

Ann was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1629.

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Ann  married  Richard INGERSOLL 20 October 1611 in Sandy, Bedfordshire, England .  The couple had (at least) 3 children. Richard INGERSOLL  was born 10 March 1587 in Edworth, Bedfordshire, England.  Richard died 21 July 1644 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA. 

Ann LANGLEY died 30 July 1677 in Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony.

daughter of Thomas Langley and Anne Denison

Details of the family tree of Ann appear below.
  • 1595 Birth
    29 July 1595
    Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
  • 1611 Marriage / Partner
    Ann LANGLEY and Richard INGERSOLL 20 October 1611, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
  • 1612 Birth of Child
    Alice INGERSOLL was born 21 December 1612, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
  • 1625 Birth of Child
    Joanna INGERSOLL was born 3 March 1625, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
  • 1629 Birth of Child
    Bathsheba INGERSOLL was born 1 July 1629, Sutton, Bedfordhire, England
  • 1644 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Richard INGERSOLL died 21 July 1644, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
  • 1677 Death
    30 July 1677
    Salem, Massachusetts, USA

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Added: 9/3/2016 1:06:15 PM - Updated: 9/12/2016 9:53:14 AM

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