- Born: 1672, East Hampton, Suffolk Co, Long Island, New York 1
- Marriage (1): Martha Stratton on 3 Apr 1710 in East Hampton, Suffolk Co, Long Island, New York
# Event: Bio-sketch
They had several children:
i Margaret bpt. 11 January 1701/2 m. John Cooper
ii Jane bpt. 30 January 1703/4 d. 4 October 1704
iii Mary bpt. 7 October 1705 m. <b>Jeremiah</b> Halsey
iv Hannah bpt. 14 September 1707 m. Jonathan Hedges
v Benjamin(?) b.c. 1708 m. Sarah Parsons
+ vi Joseph bpt. 13 November 1709 m. Esther Jones
vii Zerviah bpt. 11 December 1711 m. Samuel Mulford
viii Martha bpt. 27 December 1713 d. 26 July 1715
ix Ananias bpt. 15 July 1716 d. 1 October 1716
x A child? b. May 1717 d. 23 May 1717
xi A daughter? b. August 1718 d. 4 September 1718
Ananias was a member of the First Congregational Church of East Hampton, and is listed as owning the covenant there on 11 January 1701/2. This was a half-way step towards becomming a full member of the church, and entitled one's children to be baptized. His wife joined the church the same day.
His first appearance in the town records is dated 1706/7, when he received an £8 land right at Montauk. He was elected Assessor in 1708 and 1722, and town Trustee in 1710, 1718, 1723, 1726, 1728, and 1730. He was also a Private in Capt. Cornelius Conkling's company of East Hampton militiamen in 1715; Cornelius was his uncle. Finally, he served as Justice of the Peace. One of the last records of him is that his name appears on a list of Montauk land holders in 1727.
Ananias died in East Hampton on 8 Spetember 1730. He died intestate, and letters of administration were granted to his son Joseph on 22 October 1730.
After his death, Martha married Deacon John Mulford on 19 September 1733. The date of her death is unclear.
Annias married Martha Stratton on 3 Apr 1710 in East Hampton, Suffolk Co, Long Island, New York.