Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet

NameAnna SHATTUCK 102
Birth Date13 Apr 1731
Death Dateabt 1780
FatherSamuel SHATTUCK (1696-1775)
MotherAnna WILLIAMS (1702-1757)
Misc. Notes
According to Shattuck’s Memorials103, “84. ANNA SHATTUCK, dau. of Samuel, (p. 99,) was b. April 13, 1731, and d. in Groton about 1780. She was a woman of great worth and remarkable energy of character, and excelled as a mother and manager of her household affairs. As compared with her husband she is said to have been the better man of the two.” Harris104 quotes this report from Shattuck’s Memorials and reports further that “This would seem to be born out by the records: Apl 5, 1773. Simon Blood of Groton is represented as n. c. m. by the Selectmen of Groton from Rum and ‘a person of low natural capacity,’ has a weakly wife and four children. In 1785 his son-in-law represents that the guardian is dead and that the wife, who was principal support of the family, is dead likewise.”
Birth Date4 Aug 1729
Death Datebef 21 Jan 1800
FatherJames BLOOD (1687->1752)
MotherCatharine _____ (->1752)
Misc. Notes
According to Shattuck’s Memorials32, Simon and Anna (Shattuck) Blood “lived near Josiah Clark, as marked on Butler’s map -- the place where her grandfather resided.”
Marr Date1 Feb 1753
Marr PlacePepperell, Massachusetts
ChildrenCatherine (1753-1798)
 Anne (1756-1797)
 Rachel (1758-1856)
 Elizabeth (1762-1840)
 Eunice (1766-1807)
 Simon (Died as Child) (bp. 1770-)
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