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Ezra Annis
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Birth: Nov. 3, 1754
Bradford
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Mar. 28, 1804
Hartland
Windsor County
Vermont, USA

Ezra Annis JR. was born November 3, 1754 at Bradford, Massachusetts; married November 26, 1778, Ednah Bailey at Andover, Massachusetts, and had seven children; married 2nd, after 1792, Silva Warren, and had four children.
Ezra marched with his father to the alarm of April 19, 1775 at Lexington, and also served other periods of military duty during the American Revolution. He removed to Thetford, Vermont after the birth of Ednah (1780-1781), and is recorded as a veteran with Captain Jacob Marston's Company, Vermont Line. The next four daughters were born at Thetford, before the birth of Judith at Hartland, Vermont.
Although previous Annis family researchers claimed there were no male descendants, a birth record for Ezra Annis exists at Hartland, Vermont with parents listed as Ezra and Silva Annis. (See Ezra Annes)
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Ezra Annis (1726 - 1817)
  Sarah Long Haggitt Annis (1730 - 1782)
 
 Spouse:
  Sylvia Warren Manning (1769 - 1852)*
 
 Children:
  Eleanor Annis Keyes (1788 - 1874)*
  Ezra Annes (1796 - 1857)*
 
 Siblings:
  Phineas Annis (1753 - 1801)*
  Ezra Annis (1754 - 1804)
  Ruth Annis Walker (1757 - 1823)*
  Jacob Annis (1763 - 1841)**
  John Annis (1764 - 1839)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Maintained by: MichaelAnnis
Originally Created by: Jonathan Davidson
Record added: Jun 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70928010
 

Descendant of Cormac Annis
- MichaelAnnis
 Added: Feb. 8, 2013
Served in the American Revolutionary War Service Description: 1) Lexington Alarm Under Captain Joshua Holt;
- Jonathan Davidson
 Added: Jun. 6, 2011
 
 
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