She married twice. She married Job Chandler before May 28, 1649. Job died about 1660 in Charles Co., MD. He made a will in Charles Co., MD, August 24, 1659. Job's will was probated in Charles Co., MD, March 7, 1660. He was a Burgess for Lower Norfolk Co., VA in 1649 and Justice in the Commission March 24, 1650-1 and sworn Sheriff March 7, 1650-1. He went to Maryland by August 1, 1651, when he was commissioned Receiver General. He was a member of the Parliamentary Commission in 1652-3, defender of Lord Baltimore against the Puritan opposition, elected to the Lower House of the Maryland Assembly from St. Mary's County in 1654, which he declined because of his oath to Lord Baltimore. He was elected to the Upper House in 1658 but did not attend the session. He was justice of the Provincial Court 1651-53 and 1657-59. In 1652 he received 800 acres for the transportation of himself, wife Ann, daughter Ann, and five servants in 1651 and before.
His will left to his wife Ann, children Ann, William and Richard, and brother-in-law Simon Overzee. He confirmed a gift of a Negro man tohis daughter Ann "by her grandmother, Sarah Yardley." (Purse & Person, p. 609-610)
She married Gerard Fowke (Col.) about 1661. Gerard was born 1606. Gerard was the son of Roger Fowke and Ann Bayley. Gerard died 1669 in Charles Co., MD, at 63 years of age. Upon Gerard's death, his estate was administered in Charles Co., MD, October 30, 1669. He was a Burgess for Westmoreland County 1663-1665 and then moved to Charles County, Maryland. He was a member of the Assembly from Charles County in 1666. Ann was granted administration of his estate. (Purse & Person, p. 610; his parents-Bob Thorowgood, ghote)
Ann Thorowgood and Job Chandler had the following children:
+ 16 i. William4 Chandler.
Ann Thorowgood and Gerard Fowke(Col.) had the following children:
+ 20 v. Gerard Fowke(Jr.) was born July 15, 1662.
+ 21 vi. Mary Fowke was born 1667.
+ 22 vii. Elizabeth Fowke was born 1668.
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