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8. Anna Bedwell37 was born on 10 Dec 1691 in Kent County, Delaware.5,16

• From: Office of Registers of Wills, Sussex County, Delaware, Will Book 1, page 95:

6 August 1709. Deed. Thomas Bedwell of Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, esquire sold to John Hall of same place yeoman ... in consideration of said John Hall's intermarriage with Hannah his daughter and for 10 shillings ... a tract of land south side of Dover River ... 175 acres ... Wit: John Brinckloe, Frances Allen. Acknowledged 12 August 1715. Kent County Delaware Deed Record D, Volume 1, page 99.

• From: Colonial Families of Delaware, Volume 1, F. Edward Wright, Willow Bend Books and Family Line Publications, Originally published 1998. Reprinted 1999.
ISBN: 1-58549-009-9. Bruce A. Bendler, author of Colonial Delaware Records, 1681-1713, wrote the Manlove section:

Page 154. “John Hall d. leaving a will dated 28 Jan. 1758, proved 2 Oct. 1760. Heirs: sons William, Thomas, Isaac; daus. Mary Goforth, Isabel Clark and Anne Manlove, wife of Mark Manlove; grandsons John Smith, son of dau. Sarah dec'd, and Benjamin Spencer, son of dau. Elizabeth; Sarah Richards and Esther Steel, sisters of grandson John Smith. Exec., son Isaac. Wits., John Brinckle, Daniel Jestor, Arthur Steel. (Arch. A21: 93. Reg. Of Wills Liber K: 239)

Anna Bedwell and John Hall were married on 1 Jan 1715/16 in Kent County, Delaware.38 John Hall5 was born about 1690. Anna Bedwell and John Hall had the following children:

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Anne Hall.