Personal data Bridget Ann (Bridget Ann) Williams
- First name Bridget\ Ann.
- She was born January 1669/1670 in Isle of Wight,VA.
- She died on July 24, 1721 in Northumberland Co., VA, she was 52 years old.
- This information was last updated on December 3, 2018.
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She had a relationship with John Browne
Notes about Bridget Ann (Bridget Ann) Williams
Bridgett was named as the wife of John Browne in 1706, when they sold 220 acres in Kingsale. Who was John Brown's wife is somewhat problematic, and lacking of evidence that directly links her to her parents John and Ann Williams. There is no mention of Bridgett in the will of John Williams or in a deed of gift from Ann Williams, the widow of John Williams to her children. However, John Williams does mention three grandaughters: Ann Brown, Bridgett Brown, and Mary Brown, whom are known to be the daughters of John Browne. The Isle of Wight County, Virginia marriage records of 1692 show that a daughter (no given name provided) of John Williams Sr married John Browne. Thus, additional research is needed. (Ref: Marriages of Isle of Wight County Virginia by Blanche A Chapman; Seventeeth Century Isle of Wight Virginia by John B Boddie; Historical Southern Families, Vol 6 by John Boddie; Wills and Administrations of the Isle of Wight County Virginia by Blanche A Chapman)
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- The temperature on July 24, 1721 was about 17.0 °C. Source: KNMI
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- In the year 1721: Source: Wikipedia
- January 6 » The Committee of Inquiry on the South Sea Bubble publishes its findings, revealing details of fraud among company directors and corrupt politicians.
- March 24 » Johann Sebastian Bach dedicated six concertos to Margrave Christian Ludwig of Brandenburg-Schwedt, now commonly called the Brandenburg Concertos, BWV 1046-1051.
- April 4 » Sir Robert Walpole becomes the first British prime minister.
- April 26 » A massive earthquake devastates the Iranian city of Tabriz.
- October 22 » Russian Empire is proclaimed by Tsar Peter I after the Swedish defeat in the Great Northern War.