Andrew Willet

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Andrew Willet see FAMILY TREE  
Born: 05/Oct/1655

 

Married: 30/May/1682 Kings Town, RI

 

   
Died: 06/Apr/1712    

FATHER

Captain Thomas Willet

MOTHER

Mary Brown

WIFE

Ann Coddington

 

CHILDREN

1. Anne Willet b. 26/Sep/1689

2. Mary Willet b. 21/Feb/1690

3. Francis Willet b. 35/Jun/1693

4. Thomas Willet b. 13/May/1696

5. Martha Willet b. 06/ Mar/1698

From Adam and Anne Mott, Cornell, 1890
"Andrew Willet was a merchant at Kings Town, Rhode Island, and lived on his farm on "Boston Neck, R. I." He furnished fifteen hundred clapboards for the Court House in Newport, for which his account was adjusted on the 27th of June, 1691. He was Deputy from Kings Town in 1696-98-1703-04, and Town Clerk 1700-1703. In 1703, July 12, he and others were appointed to lay out highways."

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