Title: DAR Patriot Index, Part II, (G-O) (National Society of the DAR: Washington, 2003)
Title: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records for Wethersfield, Hartford Co., Connecticut
Title: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records for Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut
Note: Abraham Kilbourn, Esq., Jr Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Share Learn about sponsoring this memorial... Birth: Apr. 12, 1708 Wethersfield Hartford County Connecticut, USA Death: Mar. 9, 1776 Litchfield Litchfield County Connecticut, USA Born in Wethersfield, CT and orphaned by 11, he in early manhood, settled in Litchfield, where His Uncle Joseph Kilbourn had settled 6 years earlier. As early as Jan. 1727 Abraham was involved in Town meetings. Later that year he erected a Fulling Mill at Bantam Falls, it was the first ever erected in Litchfield County and was owned and carried on business by him and his descendants for over 100 years. On May 14, 1731 he married Rebecca Bronson, of Rocky Hill, CT DAR Vol.9 p. 275/6 Active Whig and served on various committees until his death. He was Lister, Moderator, Grand Juror, Selectman, Representative for Litchfield four sessions. He was very enthusiastic about and involved in events foretelling the Country's Independence, unfortunately he died 18 months before "The Signing" Family links: Parents: Abraham Kilbourn (1675 - 1712) Sarah Goodrich Boardman (1679 - 1719) Spouse: Rebecca Dickinson Kilbourn (1705 - 1767)* Children: Eunice Kilbourn Stoddard (1734 - 1814)* Isaac Kilbourn (1737 - 1807)* David Kilborne (1742 - 1815)* Jesse Kilborn (1744 - 1813)* Rebecca Kilbourn Catlin (1746 - 1806)*
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