I discover a correction as to the "Mother" of Anna WYATT (b. July 16, 1698). Capt. William Lancey, son of Jno /was married to Anna Wyatt on Nov. 19, 1719 in Boston. The amount of info I have on them is William was a son of John, Anna Wyatt was born in Boston on July 16, 1698. Her parents were John Wiat, Wyat and 2nd wife "Anna Christophers", both in Boston. Anna WYATT (b. July 16, 1698, daughter of John WYATT and second wife, Anna CHRISTOPHERS, daughter of Richard and 1st wife Anna (unknown maiden name) Christophers. John married1: February 07, 1694/95 Boston, Suffolk, MA to Hannah GARRETT (b. May 20, 1676 Boston, Suffolk, MA, d/o Erasmus GARRETT - d. bef. 1697 possibly in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA. Erasmus3 GARRETT (b. Abt. 1656 Scituate, Plymouth Co., MA, s/o Richard2 Jr. GARRETT (b. Abt. 1622 in England and of Charlestown, Suffolk Co., MA - d. 1662 Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, s/o Richard1 & Hannah GARRETT) and Lydia7 TILDEN (bp.September 28, 1625 in St. Mildred's Church, Tenterden, England, daughter of Nathaniel6 and Lydia (Huckstep) - Immigration: March 1633/34 aboard the ship 'Hercules' - died June 1673 in Marshfield, Plymouth Co., MA. Richard1 GARRETT (b. Abt. 1595 - d. December 30, 1630, 2 days after being Shipwreck, about fifty miles from Plymouth [December 28, 1630 Richard Garrett, a shoemaker and one of the congregation of Boston, with one of his daughters, a young maid, and four others, went towards Plymouth in a shallop, against the advice of his friends, and about Gurnett's Nose the wind overblew and #### finall land; but Garret died about two days after his landing. The girl escaped. (Winthrop 1:39-40)]. John WYATT married2: ca 1697 to Anna CHRISTOPHERS who died before her father Richard's will dated Aug. 15, 1711 as she was refered to as Anna, John Wyatt's late wife. John WYATT married3: by The Rev. Ebenezer Pemberton ( TR 28:38). September 19, 1711 to Mary ALLEN. The "Inhabitants and Estates of the Town of Boston 1630 - 1800",published by Marshall Jones Company, Boston, 1920, by Annie Haven Thwing (b.1851-d.1940); shows "Anna Wyatt is mentioned in the will ofher grandfather Richard CHRISTOPHERS dated. August 15, 1711".
Mrs. Anna (Wyatt a.ka. Wiat) LANCY joined the Second Congregationalist (now Unitarian) Church of Marblehead December 31, 1727, but her three daughters (Margaret Sep 26, 1728; Mary Aug. 29, 1731 and Deborah Nov. 11, 1733) were baptized by Rev. George Pigot in the St. Michael's Church of England in Marblehead which has always been Protestant Episcopal.John Wyatt & Anna CHRISTOPHERS, daughter ofRichard; married by 1697 Boston (Richard Christophers's will) ""John Wyatt & Ann Christophers, dau of Richard and Ann Christophers, children: July 16, 1698 Ann; 1701 Christopher, Edea, John Jr." [Christopher Wyatt b. 15 Oct. 1701 is not mentioned in Richard's will and probably died before 1711.
Hannah GARRETT born May 20, 1676 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, daughter of Erasmus, did marry 7 Feb 1695 to John Wyatt (b. ca 1674 Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MA) as his 1st of three wives. Hannah died ca. 1696 in Watertown. John Wyatt married2: ca 1697 to Anna CHRISTOPHERS (b. ca. 1682 in Boston, daughter of Richard and 1st wife Ann/Anna – she died before her Father’s Will dated August 15, 1711). John Wyatt married3: September 19, 1711 to Mary ALLEN. Children: Anna WYATT born July 16, 1698; Christopher WYATT born October 15, 1701; John Jr. WYATT and Edea WYATT are mentioned in the Aug. 15, 1711 Will of Richard Christophers as some of his grandchildren. Christopher WYATT is not mentioned in Richard's will and probably died before 1711. PROBATE: Will of Anna's father, Richard Christophers of October 6, 1712 "Richard Christopher: Exe.: Deborah Thorn and wife Deborah. Legatees: wife Deborah all of my double house near the Old Burying Place in the possession of the widow Buckley and me the said Richard and the land. To my three grandchildren to John, Anna, & Edea the children of John Wyat (boatman) & Anna his late wife. Elizabeth Conibal who lives with me. To my grandson Christopher Thorn the son of Joseph & Deborah Thorn, my negro man Peter. (SPR 18:9) Inventory 684 pounds 14 shilling. (SPR 18:29)Note: Deborah Thorn is Mrs. Deborah (Christophers) Thorn, Anna's sister, married April 3, 1706 to Joseph Thorn in Boston by the Rev. Benjamin Wadsworth. (TR 28:16). And wife Deborah is Richard's second wife. Richard married2: April 28, 1709 in Boston to Mrs. Deborah Cricke, widow of Edward Cricke.DEED: March 3, 1714 Deborah Christophers: said Deborah relict widow of late Richard Christopher (lighterman) and Deborah Thorne only child of the said Christophers deeds to Samuel Moore (mariner) two pieces of land near Cornhill Street, one piece was purchased of sd Nathaniel Gookins; E. in part by land of Thomas Clarke and part by land of Bridget Usher, W. by land of Henry Messenger, N. by land of late Thomas Savage, S. upon land of Anthony Stoddard. Also a piece of land adjoining bought from widow of Sampson Stoddard; S.E. upon land of Jonathan Williams, S.E. by land of Samuel Bridge, N.W. by School land, N.E. by land of late Richard Christophers. (SD 28:21) S. side Court St. in rear.Source:"Inhabitants and Estates of the Town of Boston 1630 - 1800", pub.by Marshall Jones Company, Boston, 1920, Author: Annie Haven Thwing (b.1851-d.1940)), "According to "A Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston" Published by the Boston Municipal Printing Office 1898; Boston Marriages from 1700 to 1751 compiled by Edward W. Mc Glenen: reprinted Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. Baltimore 1977 – (ISBN # 0-8063-0784-6)page 83; William LANCEY and Anna WIAT were married by Presbyterian Reverend Benjamin Wadsworth, pastor, 1696-1725, on 19 November 1719 at the First Church of Boston. The marriage (TR 28:83) reads "Anna". The old Boston records spell John’s last name as Wiat, Wyat + Wyatt.