Wealthy Ann Lathrop1,2,3

ID# 10162, (1774 - )
FatherThomas Lathrop4,5 (13 May 1745 - 20 Mar 1826)
MotherWealthy Ann Cobb4,5 (2 Oct 1753 - 22 Sep 1827)

Key Events:

Birth: 8 Dec 1774, Connecticut6,7,8
Marriage: Rev. Elisha Andrews, 9 Jan 17929,10

Spouse:Rev. Elisha Andrews (29 Sep 1768 - 3 Feb 1840)
     Children:

  • Betsy Andrews4
  • Wealthy Ann Andrews4
  • Sarah Andrews4
  • Elisha Andrews Jr.4 ( - 10 Nov 1827)
  • Thurston Andrews4
  • Thomas L. Andrews4 ( - 1845)
  • Erastus Andrews4
  • Herman Andrews4
  • Stephen Pearl Andrews4
ChartsDescendants of Gideon Cobb
AncestryThe Cobbs of Pawlet, Vermont

Copyright Notice

Narrative:

     Wealthy Ann Lathrop was born on 8 Dec 1774 in Connecticut.6,7,8 She was probably one of the five females listed in the household of her father, Thomas Lathrop, in the 1790 Federal Census of Wells, Rutland Co., Vermont.11
     Wealthy married Rev. Elisha Andrews, son of Isaac Andrews, on 9 Jan 1792.9,10
     In 1793 Wealthy moved with her husband to Fairfax, Vermont, when he became a pastor there.12 They moved to Hopkinton, New Hampshire, in the winter of 1795-96.13 After a year or so, they moved to Nottingham West, later known as Hudson, New Hampshire.13 (See map.)
     In early 1800 Wealthy and Elisha moved to Templeton, Massachusetts, where he accepted the position of pastor.13 She was probably the female age 26 to 44 listed in the household of her husband, Elisha, in the 1800 Federal Census of Royalston, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.14 She was probably one of the two females age 26 to 45 listed in the household of her husband in the 1810 Federal Census of Templeton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.15
     In Feb 1816 the family moved to Hinsdale, New Hampshire, where Elisha served the local congregation for several years. He then took several appointments from the Massachusetts Baptist Missionary Society to travel to the region west of Lake Champlain in the state of New York to serve as a missionary. In his later years he preached from time to time at various churches in the areas he had served, including at Hinsdale.16
     She was probably the female over age 45 listed in the household of her husband in the 1820 Federal Census of Hinsdale, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire.17 She was probably the female age 50 to 60 listed in the household of her husband, Elisha, in the 1830 Federal Census of Hinsdale, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire.18
     Wealthy Ann appeared on the 1840 Federal Census of Hinsdale, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire, with a household consisting of one female age 60 to 70 (herself.)19
     Wealthy appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Hinsdale, Cheshire Co., Connecticut, enumerated 5 Sep 1850, reporting real estate valued at $1,000. Also listed in the household was Herman Andrews, age 14, likely a grandson.20
     Wealthy appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Hinsdale, Cheshire Co., Connecticut, enumerated 11 Jul 1860.3

Citations

  1. [S2452] Huntington, Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family, pg 148, shows name as Wealthy Ann Lathrop.
  2. [S2606] Hall, Descendants of Governor William Bradford, pg 259, shows name as Wealthy.
  3. [S2641] Welthy Ann Andrews household, 1860 U.S. Census, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire.
  4. [S2452] Huntington, Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family, pg 148.
  5. [S2606] Hall, Descendants of Governor William Bradford, pg 259.
  6. [S2452] Huntington, Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family, pg 148, shows date.
  7. [S2640] Wealthy A. Andrews household, 1850 U.S. Census, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire, shows age 75 and state.
  8. [S2641] Welthy Ann Andrews household, 1860 U.S. Census, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire, shows age 85 and state.
  9. [S2633] Sprague, Annals of the Ameican Baptist Pulpit, pg 270, sketch by Elisha's son, Rev. Erastus Andrews, shows date.
  10. [S2452] Huntington, Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family, pg 148, shows married.
  11. [S2499] Thomas Lathrop household, 1790 U.S. Census, Rutland Co., Vermont, number of females is overwritten, apparently with a five and six, with the five appearing to be later. Since this census was actually taken after Vermont became a state in 1791, I am assuming this is because Nancy, who was born in Nov 1791 was initially counted and then excluded.
  12. [S2633] Sprague, Annals of the Ameican Baptist Pulpit, pg 270, sketch by Elisha's son, Rev. Erastus Andrews.
  13. [S2633] Sprague, Annals of the Ameican Baptist Pulpit, pg 271, sketch by Elisha's son, Rev. Erastus Andrews.
  14. [S2635] Elisha Andrews household, 1800 U.S. Census, Worchester Co., Massachusetts.
  15. [S2634] Rev. Elisha Andrews household, 1810 U.S. Census, Worchester Co., Massachusetts.
  16. [S2633] Sprague, Annals of the Ameican Baptist Pulpit, pg 273, sketch by Elisha's son, Rev. Erastus Andrews.
  17. [S2637] Elisha Andrews household, 1820 U.S. Census, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire.
  18. [S2638] Elisha Andrews household, 1830 U.S. Census, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire.
  19. [S2639] Wealthy A. Andrews household, 1840 U.S. Census, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire.
  20. [S2640] Wealthy A. Andrews household, 1850 U.S. Census, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire.