The Photo Request has been fulfilled.

 Rachel <I>Annis</I> Flood

Rachel Annis Flood

Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA
Death 6 Jan 1829 (aged 83–84)
Warner, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA
Burial Warner, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA
Memorial ID 100492853 · View Source
Suggest Edits

Age 84 | Relict of Capt. Daniel Flood.

Rachel was the daughter of the town of Warner's original permanent settler, Daniel Annis:

"Daniel was one of the incorporators of Hopkinton, 27 Oct 1757, and an applicant for Henniker NH.
The first permanent settlement in Warner NH was made in 1762 by Daniel Annis and his sons-in-law, Reuben Kimball and Daniel Floyd. Mr Annis' house was in Dimond's Corner District, on the north side of the highway, a little west of the Paine Davis buildings. Reuben Kimball at first lived near by, on the south side of the highway, some twenty rods from where it now runs. Daniel Floyd (or Flood), afterwards known as Captain Floyd, lived on what is now Denny Hill. Annis, Kimball and Floyd all came in under the Rye proprietors and had probably lived in the neighborhood of Rye. Hannah, daughter of Daniel Annis and wife of Reuben Kimball, came into Warner in 1762. She was the first English female who ever lived here, and her son Daniel, born October, 1762, was the first English child born in town. Mrs. Kimball died in Warner February 23, 1823, aged eighty three. Daniel Kimball died in Enfield July 29,1843, aged eighty years.
At another meeting held at the meetinghouse on the old parade, August 3, 1775, Captain Francis Davis, Captain Daniel Floyd and Daniel Annis, Sr., were chosen a Committee of Safety."

Family Members





  • Created by: Amy Levesque
  • Added: 10 Nov 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 100492853
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Rachel Annis Flood (1745–6 Jan 1829), Find A Grave Memorial no. 100492853, citing Parade Ground Cemetery, Warner, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA ; Maintained by Amy Levesque (contributor 47156425) .