Annis Almy1,2

F, b. before 26 February 1626/27, d. 6 May 1709
FatherWilliam Almey b. 1600, d. 28 Feb 1677
MotherAudrey Barlowe b. 1603
     She was buried there. Annis was born in South Kilworth, Leicestershire, England. On 26 February 1626/27, she was christened in South Kilworth, Leicestershire, England.3 She was often referred to as Ann. Ann married John Greene, son of Dr. John Greene and Joanna Tattershall, circa 1648 in East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island. Annis's husband, John, died on 27 November 1708 in Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island, leaving her a widow. Annis departed this life on Monday, 6 May 1709 in Warwick. She was buried there at Warwick in Spring Greene Cemetery.


John Greene b. b 15 Aug 1620, d. 27 Nov 1708


  1. [S435] Charles Kingsbury Miller, William Almy of Portsmouth, Rhode Island 1630, Joris Jansen de Rapalje of Fort Orange, New Amsterdam & Brooklyn, 1623, paged 15-16 - Annis, or Ann Almy, as the eldest daughter is variously called, married, in 1645, John Greene, of Warwick, R. I., a son of John and Joan Tattersall, of Warwick Ann Almy Greene had eleven children, seven sons and four daughters. She died May 17, 1709, at the age of eighty-two.
  2. [S457] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, ANNIS, bp. South Kilworth 26 February 1626/7 [NEHGR 71:317]; m. by 1649 John Greene (eldest child b. Warwick 10 August 1649 [RIVR 1:Warwick:165]; in a letter of 5 November 1690, John Greene referred to brother Christopher Almy [RIHSC 21:132]; Ann, widow of Captain John Greene, d. Warwick 6 May 1709, aged 82 [RIVR 1:Warwick:166]).

  3. [S462] George Walter Chamberlain, The English Ancestry of William Almy of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, pages 317 - From the Parish Registers of South Kilworth: 1626 - Anna Almey, daughter of William Almey, baptized 26 February [1626/27].