Person Page 2947
|Charts||Pedigree for Wilfred Gordon Morin|
|Father||Sir John Borodell/Borrodell b. circa 1585, d. 1667|
|Mother||Anne BROUGHTON b. circa 1593|
|Birth||17 March 1615||Ann was born on 17 March 1615 at Bishop's Stratford, Hertfordshire, England.1 Tho' it is very possible that she was born in Cork, Ireland as that is where she met Capt. George.
|Marriage||Ann Borodell/Borrodell married Captain George Dennison, son of William Dennison and Margaret Chandler.
This was a second marriage for George. George and his new wife
returned to Roxbury in May of 1646 where they were welcomed as the
i. John DENISON I, born June 14, 1646 in Roxbury, Mass; died 1698 in Stonington, CT.
ii. Ann DENISON, born Bef. May 20, 1649 in Roxbury, Mass; died 1694. She married Gershom PALMER.
iii. Borodil DENISON, born 1651 in New London/Stonington, CT; died January 11, 1701/02.
iv. George DENISON, born 1653 in New London/Stonington, CT; died Dec 27, 1711. m. Mercy GORHAM; born January 29, 1657/58 in Burnstable, MA; died Sept 24, 1725.
v. William DENISON, born 1655 in New London/Stonington, CT. He married Sarah PRENTICE.
vi. Margaret DENISON, born 1657 in New London/Stonington, CT; died 1741. She married James BROWN II.
vii. Mercy DENISON, born 1659 in New London/Stonington, CT; died March 10, 1670/71.2
|1648||It is said that she was very pretty, tall with brown hair and blue eyes and a very kind and gracious woman.
|When George was not chosen to lead the Train Band,
which was the group to which all males 16-60 were required to belong,
he became disenchanted with Roxbury and moved his family, wife, 2
daughters by first wife and John and Ann by his second wife, to New
London, Connecticut. There he was chosen to lead the Train Band, plus
he performed many other jobs for the new village.
The Captain’s land was a dozen miles east of New London in the heart of the old Pequot Indian country. Across the Mystic River from the charred ruins of the Pequot fort, over the hill skirting the east bank, a smaller stream tumbles down a ledge and winds through a broad meadow to the sea. The Indians called it Pequotsepos, the little river of the Pequots. This pleasant valley was George Denison’s land. Here, in 1654, on a rocky knoll overlooking the meadows, he built a rough lean-to of poles and thick slabs of bark, little better than a square, slant-roofed wigwam with a stone fireplace and chimney at one end. Forever cognizant of the possibility of Indian attacks, he surrounded this rude home with a stout stockade, enclosing a spring and a couple of acres of land.2
|Death||26 September 1712||Ann died on 26 September 1712 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut at age 97. She is buried in Elm Grove Cemetery, Mystic, New London, CT.1|
|b. 10 December 1620, d. 23 October 1694|
|Children||1.||**Ann Dennison+ b. 20 May 1649, d. 17 Nov 1706|
|2.||Borodell Dennison b. c 16512|
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Compiler: Pomala Black
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