Hannah Brocklebank Stickney was born 28 March 1659 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts to Samuel Brocklebank (1628-1676) and Hannah Rofle (1632-1690) and died 23 March 1699 Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. She married John Stickney (1640-1709) 9 June 1680 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Samuel and Hannah built a two-story house in Georgetown (small town west of Rowley) shortly after their marriage. The house stayed in the family until 1754. It is still standing, and is a museum today (108 E. Main St, Georgetown).
Brocklebank-Nelson-Beecher house is a First Period structure believed to have been built in the late 1600s. The land on which the house stands was granted in 1661 to Samuel Brocklebank a surveyor who, with his widowed mother and brother, left England and were among the first settlers of Rowley in 1639. The site was chosen near a brook where cattle were penned previously. The area is known to this day as “Penn Brook.”
- Brocklebank Museum - Official Website
|Samuel Brocklebank (1653-1733)||28 September 1653 Essex County, Massachusetts||25 September 1733||Elizabeth Platts (1653-1716)|
|Francis Brocklebank (1655-1660)|
|John Brocklebank (1657-1660)|
|Hannah Brocklebank (1659-1699)||28 March 1659 Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts||23 March 1699 Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts||John Stickney (1640-1709)|
|Elizabeth Brocklebank (1660-1725)|
|Mary Brocklebank (1663-1718)|
|Sarah Brocklebank (1666-1667)|
|Jane Brocklebank (1670-1728)|
|Joseph Brocklebank (1674-1748)|