Susanna Hunting1

F, b. 9 December 1611, d. 9 September 1684
FatherWilliam Hunting b. 2 Jul 1570, d. b 18 Oct 1638
MotherMargaret Randolfe b. c 1579
     Susanna was born before 9 December 1611 in Hoxne, County Suffolk, England.2 On 9 December 1611, she was christened in Hoxne, County Suffolk, England, at St. Peter & St. Paul Church.3 Susanna married Edward Richards on 10 September 1638 in Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. The 10th day of the 7th month 1638.4,5,6 Susanna's husband, an unknown person , died on 25 August 1684 in Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, leaving her a widow.7 Susanna departed this life the 9th day of the 7th month 1684 at age 72 years and 9 months in Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. This was just fifteen days after the death of her husband.

Family

Edward Richards b. c 1610, d. 25 Aug 1684
Children

Citations

  1. [S1167] Robert I. Farrington Esq., Edward Richards of Dedham, Massachusetts, pages 90-91 - Ester Fisher, aged 54, said – She visited her uncle Edward Richards about three weeks before his death and in course of conversation her uncle told her he had done something about a will but had not finished it. She again visited her uncle three days before his death “and he was in a grievious distracted frame.”
    Probably Mrs. Fisher did not testify in court. Her deposition is not dated and she said in it: because “of the badness of the weather and my own weakness and inability of body I am not able to come down to ye court. But I do before John Hearsy and William Dean and Mehitable Dean declare that whenever I am called to give my oath in this case I will freely do it as witness my hand.”
    Ester (Hester) Fisher was the daughter of Elder John and Ester (Seaborn) Hunting, born in England about 1631 and married at Dedham, 26 of the 10th m 1649, Nataniel Fisher of Dorchester, . . . Nathaniel Fisher in his will made in 1660 appointee his father-in-law, Elder John Hunting, one of his executors, Ester Fisher called Edward Richards her uncle because he had married her aunt [Susannah Hunting] who was a sister of her father. [note – this is proof that Susannah was a sister of Elder John Hunting – KLM]
  2. [S506] Note: She may be the daughter of William Hunting & Margaret Randalfe. Proof needs to be found.
  3. [S1] Church of the Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index, Christening: 09 Dec 1611 - Susanna Hunting, daughter of William Hunting & Margaret at Hoxne, county Suffolk.
  4. [S1138] The Record of Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths and admission to the church and dismissals therefrom, transcribed from the church records in the town of Dedham, Massachusetts, 1638-1845, page viii: Edward Richards was born in England about 1610-1615, and married here September 10, 1638, Susan Hunting, the sister of Elder John Hunting.
  5. [S12] Rev. Abner Morris, Genealogical Register of the Descendants of Several Ancient Puritans, page 106.
  6. [S1504] New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850
    , page 126 - Edward Richards & Suzan Hunting, were married ye 10 of the 7 mo.
  7. [S1167] Robert I. Farrington Esq., Edward Richards of Dedham, Massachusetts, page 91-92 - Ester Fisher, aged 54, said – She visited her uncle Edward Richards about three weeks before his death and in course of conversation her uncle told her he had done something about a will but had not finished it. She again visited her uncle three days before his death “and he was in a grievious distracted frame.”
    Probably Mrs. Fisher did not testify in court. Her deposition is not dated and she said in it: because “of the badness of the weather and my own weakness and inability of body I am not able to come down to ye court. But I do before John Hearsy and William Dean and Mehitable Dean declare that whenever I am called to give my oath in this case I will freely do it as witness my hand.”
    Ester (Hester) Fisher was the daughter of Elder John and Ester (Seaborn) Hunting, born in England about 1631 and married at Dedham, 26 of the 10th m 1649, Nataniel Fisher of Dorchester, . . . Nathaniel Fisher in his will made in 1660 appointee his father-in-law, Elder John Hunting, one of his executors, Ester Fisher called Edward Richards her uncle because he had married her aunt [Susannah Hunting] who was a sister of her father. [note – this is proof that Susannah was a sister of Elder John Hunting – KLM]