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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Mary Kilborn: Birth: 10 AUG 1735 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut. Death: 11 JAN 1765 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut

  2. Jonathan Kilborn: Birth: 19 MAR 1737 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut. Death: 15 MAY 1737 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut

  3. Lydia Kilborn: Birth: 28 APR 1738 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut. Death: 1 JUL 1738 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut

  4. Lydia Kilborn: Birth: 2 MAY 1739 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut. Death: 21 JUN 1768 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut

  5. JONATHAN KILBORN: Birth: 12 APR 1742 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut. Death: 4 JUN 1807 in East Haddam, Middlesex Co., Connecticut

  6. David Kilbourne: Birth: 13 NOV 1744 in Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut. Death: 6 AUG 1812 in Liberty, Sullivan Co., New York


Sources
1. Title:   Kilbourne, Payne K., The History and Antiquities of the Name and Family of Kilbourn (New Haven, Durrie & Peck, 1856)
2. Title:   DAR Patriot Index, Centennial Ed., Part II (G-O) (National Society of the DAR: Washington, 1990)
3. Title:   Kilbourn, George D., The Kilbourn Family History (1957)
4. Title:   Jacobus, Donald Lines & Edgar F. Waterman, Hale, House and Related Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1978)
5. Title:   Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records for Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut
6. Title:   Miscellaneous
7. Title:   Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records for Colchester, New London Co., Connecticut
Page:   vol. 2: 6
8. Title:   Cemetery visit
9. Title:   Hale, Charles R. Collection

Notes
a. Note:   y Payne K. Kilbourne, 1856. Page 93. "JONATHAN, Esq. born in Colchester, Jan. 8, 1707; m. Mary Skinner, October 20, 1734. He became a man of wealth and was the owner of several mills of various kinds in Colchester and East Haddam. He was a Grand Juror for six years; a Selectman of Colchester six years; and Moderator seven years. In May 1750 he was elected Representative in the Legislature of Connecticut and between that date and March 1759 inclusive, he was a member at thirteen stated and special sessions of the Legislature. In 1756, the General Assembly appointed him a Justice of the Peace for the county of New London and he was annually reappointed until his removal to East Haddam in 1763. In 1754 Mr. Kilborn was chosen a Selectman of East Haddam. He subsequently returned to Colchester, where he died in 1785." Note: There is additional information about him in the book. _______________ From: Connecticut Historical Collections, John Warner Barber, 2nd edition, Pub. by Peck and Barber: Page 306. "In memory of Jonathan Kilborn Esq. who departed this life October 14th, A.D. 1785 in the 79 year of his age. He was a man of invention great, Above all that lived nigh, But he could not invent to live When God called him to die. Mr. Kilborn lived about one mile south of the Academy. He was an uncommonly ingenious mechanic, and it is said he was the inventor of the iron screw. It is also stated, that he admitted an Englishman into his shop, who observing his invention, took the proper dimensions, &c. went to England, and claimed to be the original inventor."
Note:   From: The History and Antiquities of the Name and Family of KILBOURN, b


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