Ann BOURNE: Birth: Abt 1610.
Joseph BOURNE: Birth: 1611.
Sarah Ann BOURNE: Birth: 18 Jan 1615. Death: Aft 12 Jan 1684
Elizabeth BOURNE: Birth: Abt 1618. Death: 12 Dec 1663
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Note: Ancestral Records and Portraits vol 2 page 693 THOMAS BOURNE of Tenderten, Kent, of the same family as Rear-Admiral Nehemiah Bourne, who commanded the Parliamentary forces, was born in England 1601, and died in Marshfield, Mass., 1684. A Deputy from Marshfield 1642, he was Assistant to Governor Winslow, 1642 to 1646. He married Elizabeth (???). One of their daughters married John Bradford, a son of the Governor, and another daughter married Josiah Winslow, a brother of Governor Edward Winslow. Their daughter, Lydia, married Nathaniel Tilden.
A Brief Genealogical History of Arthur, Henry and John Howland and Their Descendants page 216
(*) Jonathan Bourne was a son of Jonathan (and Hannah Tobey) Bourne, who was a descendant of Thomas Bourne, b. 1583, d. 1664. Thomas was in Plymouth in 1637, and early settled in Marshfield. He m. Elizabeth (???), who d. 7th mo., 1660. They had six children, and their only son John, b. --, d. 12th mo., 1684, lived in Marshfield, and m. 18, 7, 1645, Alice Bisbee, who d. 5th mo., 1686. John and Alice had seven children.
Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol I page 219
THOMAS, early at Marshfield, may prob. have come from Co. Kent, bring. fam. hav. been at Plymouth 1637, freem. of that col. 2 Jan. 1638, had w. Eliz. bur. 18 July 1660, aged 70, was a man of substance and repute, d. a. 1664, aged 83, leav. wid. Martha, ch. prob. all by w. Eliz. John, above ment.; Martha, wh. m. 1. John Bradford, s. of the Gov. 2. Thomas Tracey, d. at Norwich 1689; Eliz. m. 9 Dec. 1638, Robert Waterman; Ann, m. 21 June 1640, Nehemiah Smith; Margaret m. Josiah Winslow, br. of Gov. Edward; and Lydia m. Nathaniel Tilden. His will of 2 May 1664, made s. John excor. names ea. d. and Lydia, d. of Lydia, beside John, Thomas, Joseph, and Robert Waterman, and Mr. Arnold, his min. THOMAS, Marshfield, prob. s. of John, m. 18 Apr. 1681, Eliz. d. of John Rouse, had Eliz. wh. d. 14 Apr. 1689.
The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus page 57
THOMAS BOURNE was a man in his fifties when with his wife and family he arrived at Plymouth in New England, not later than 1636 since his daughter Margaret married there and her first child was born in September 1637. He became a freeman of the Colony January 2, 1636/7 according to one authority, or a year later according to another, and he was an early proprietor of the region adjoining the town of Plymouth. This was known first as Greens Harbor, then as Rexham, and was finally incorporated under the name Marshfield. He was one of the deputies who first represented the town in the Colonial government. Savage calls him "a man of substance and repute."
His wife Elizabeth was buried July 18, 1660, aged 70, and "Mr. Thomas Bourne dyed and was buried 11 May 1664 being then aged 83."
Ancestry of Horace Ebenezer and Emma Babcock Horton page 70
THOMAS1 BOURNE, of Plymouth. Wife Elizabeth (???). Removed to Marshfield about 1643. He died May (???), 1664.
Samuel Richardson and Josiah Ellsworth page 257
Bourne is a place name from Bourne, Lincolnshire, England. It is derived from old English meaning a small river or Springwell.
Thomas Bourne was b ca 1581 at Matlock, Derbyshire, England; d May 11, 1664 Marshfield, Mass., age 83 yr. m 1st Elizabeth Rouse 1581-1660, 2nd Marth Holmes. Thomas came to America with his wife and 7 ch in 1630 to Plymouth, Mass. Deputy to General Court 1642-45; his house was garrisone 1643. He was one of the first men killed in King Philip's War. In June there, 70 people only 16 of them men at Bourne's Garrison.
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290. Thomas Bourne486, born Abt. 1581 in Tenderden, Kent, England; died May 11, 1664 in Marshfield, Massachusetts. He was the son of 580. Bartholomew Bourne and 581. ?. He married 291. Elizabeth Rouse December 21, 1607 in Matlock, England.
291. Elizabeth Rouse, born 1590 in England; died July 1, 1660 in Marshfield, Massachusetts.
More About Thomas Bourne and Elizabeth Rouse:
Marriage: December 21, 1607, Matlock, England
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Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol I page 218
GARRETT, or JARRARS, or GERALD, or GERARD, or JARRETT, perhaps
JARED, Boston, in the employm. of Elder William Colborne in June
1634, when adm. to the ch. possib. came with him, 1630, freem. 6 May
1535, had John, b. 30 July 1643, d. next mo. but the rec. of his bapt.
at Roxbury, 6 Aug. calls him Gerard, as does the town rec. of b. at R.
and on 30 May foll. his w. Mary, not Ann, as the modern copy of rec.
has it, d. He resid. was at Muddy riv. now Brookline, in the early day
appurten. to Boston, and there in 1654 he was appoint. a constable; but
in Boston he had Jarat (so writ.) bapt. 7 Mar. 1651, and in 1665 rem.
to R. I. HENRY, Plymouth, or Scituate, perhaps both 1634, rem.
1639 to Barnstable, of wh. he was rep. 1644, had there Dorcas, bapt. 26
Aug. 1649. JOB, Sandwich, s. of Richard, m. 1664, Ruhama Hallett,
d. of Andrew, had Timothy, b. 1666; Eleazer, 1670; Hezekiah, 1675;
John; and others; certain. Hannah, 1667. JOHN, Salem 1637, s. or
more prob. br. of Thomas, rem. 1649, to Gloucester, there by w. Mary
had Bethia, b. 11 Oct. 1651; rem. next yr. JOHN, Marshfield, s. of
Thomas, perhaps b. in Eng. m. 18 July 1645, Alice, d. of Thomas
Besbedge the sec. m. on town's book, being in his will of Nov. 1672 so
describ. and her ch. nam. Thomas, b. 1647; and Sarah, 1663, with
allusion to other sis. wh. were Eliz. b. 1646; Alice, 1649; Ann, 1651;
Martha, 1653, and Mary, 1660; there was bur. 8 Dec. 1684; and his wid.
was bur. 9 May 1686. NEHEMIAH, Charlestown 1638, shipbuilder, was also
of Dor- chester, tho. Dr. Harris has not giv. him a resid. rem. to
Boston 1640, freem. 2 June 1641, went to Eng. in 1644, and serv. in the
army of the Parl. as maj. of Rainsborough's reg.; by w. Hannah had
Nehemiah, b. 10 June 1640, and hannah, b. 10, bapt. 14 Nov. 1641; but
prov. at last carr. his fam. to Eng. and may be the man ment. in a let.
of the w. of Goffe, the reigicide, in 1672. See 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. I.
60 and IX. 268. Winth. II. 245. RICHARD, Lynn 1637, rem. to Sandwich,
was the first instruct. of the Ind. at Mashpee, begin. in 1658, ord.
1670 by Eliot and Cotton; m. July 1677, Ruth Winslow, wid. of Jonathan,
d. of William Sargent, but it was by former w. whose name we find not,
that his ch. were b.; Job; Elisha, b. 1641; and Shearjashub, 1643. He
Copious acco. is in Gookin's Hist. Coll.; Hubbard, 659, 60; and Davis's
Ed. of Morton's Mem. 408. SHEARJASHUB, Sandwich, s. of the preced.
m. Bathshua Skiff, prob. of James of the same, had Melatiah; Ezra,
b. 1667; Mary, 1678, d. young; Sarah, 1680; Mary, again, 1681;
Remembrance, 1683; and Patience, 1686; was oft. a rep. of Ply-
mouth Col. and the Prov. of Mass.; d. 7 Mar. 1719, aged 75. His
youngest s. Ezra, a man of distinct. d. Sept. 1764, aged 88, of wh.
three gr. were in the Congr. of U. S. 1794. Baylies, H. 283, 4. THOMAS,
early at Marshfield, may prob. have come from Co. Kent, bring. fam.
hav. been at Plymouth 1637, freem. of that col. 2 Jan. 1638, had
w. Eliz. bur. 18 July 1660, aged 70, was a man of substance and repute,
d. a. 1664, aged 83, leav. wid. Martha, ch. prob. all by w. Eliz. John,
above ment.; Martha, wh. m. 1. John Bradford, s. of the Gov. 2. Thom-
as Tracey, d. at Norwich 1689; Eliz. m. 9 Dec. 1638, Robert Water-
man; Ann, m. 21 June 1640, Nehemiah Smith; Margaret m. Josiah
Winslow, br. of Gov. Edward; and Lydia m. Nathaniel Tilden. His
will of 2 May 1664, made s. John excor. names ea. d. and Lydia, d.
of Lydia, beside John, Thomas, Joseph, and Robert Waterman, and
Mr. Arnold, his min. THOMAS, Marshfield, prob. s. of John, m. 18
Apr. 1681, Eliz. d. of John Rouse, had Eliz. wh. d. 14 Apr. 1689.
WILLIAM, Duxbury 1638, may rather, perhaps, be Burne. Eleven of
this name had been gr. at H. C. 1834, and four at Brown and Bowd.
Note: The New England Ancestry of Dana Converse Backus page 57
His will was dated the 2nd of May 1664 and named the following:
Daughter Bradford. (Martha, then the wife of John Bradford, Governor Bradford's son. She died in Norwich, Conn in 1689, wife of her second husband, Lt. Thomas Tracy).
Daughter Smith. (Ann, wife of Nehemiah Smith. This family was later of Norwich, Conn.)
Daughter Winslow. (Margaret, wife of Josias Winslow.) Son Tilden. (Thomas Tilden, second husband of Elizabeth Bourne.) (Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Tilden buried 12 Dec. 1663.)
Dau. Tilden: dau. Lydia Tilden. (Daughter Tilden's daughter. His grandchild Lydia, daughter of Elizabeth Bourne and her second husband, Thomas Tilden.)
John, Thomas, Joseph and Robert Waterman. (Grandsons, sons of daughter Elizabeth Bourne and her first husband, Robert Waterman, and half-brothers of Lydia Tilden.)
Son John Bourne. (Heir and executor.)
Ancestry of Horace Ebenezer and Emma Babcock Horton page 70
THOMAS1 BOURNE, of Plymouth. Wife Elizabeth (???). Removed to Marshfield about 1643. He died May (???),
1664. Children: i. John.2 ii. Martha. 2 iii. Anne, m. Nehemiah Smith. iv. Margaret. v. Lydia. vi. Nathaniel. Samuel Richardson and Josiah Ellsworth page 257
Ch: 1. John m Alice Bestbidge dau Thomas of Kent, Engla 2. Martha m 1st John Bradford son of Gov. Wm. Bradford 2nd Thomas Tracy
3. Elizabeth m Robert Waterman d December 9, 1652, son of Thomas of Norwich, Eng.
4. Sarah Ann b 1615 m Nehemiah Smith 5. Margaret d 1683 m Josiah Winslow came from Eng. in WHITE ANGEL, son of Edward and brother of Gov. Winslow
6. Lydia m Nathaniel Tilden x.7. Ann b ca 1610 m 1st March 20, 1673 in London Thomas Brownell. Lived in Little Compton, Rhode Island and Portsmouth, Rhode Island also in Braintree, Mass.
8. Thomas m 1681 Elizabeth Rouse b 1652 9. Joseph # # # # #
Children of Thomas Bourne and Elizabeth Rouse are:
i. Margaret Bourne487, born 1607 in Kemptster, Worchester, England487; died September 28, 1683 in Marshfield, Massachusetts487; married Josiah Winslow 1636 in Marshfield, Massachusetts487; born February 11, 1605/06 in Droitwich, England487; died December 1, 1674 in Marshfield, MA487.
ii. Ann Bourne488, born February 16, 1606/07 in London, England; married Thomas Brownell; born Abt. 1609 in Kemptster, Worchester, England.
iii. Martha Bourne488, born 1610 in Kemptster, Worchester, England; married John Bradford; born Bef. 1617 in Leydon, Amsterdam, Holland.
iv. Joseph Bourne488, born 1611. v. Sarah Bourne488,489, born January 18, 1614/15; died January 12, 1683/84 in Norwich, CT; married Nehemiah Smith January 21, 1639/40 in New Haven, CT489; born 1605; died 1686.
More About Nehemiah Smith and Sarah Bourne: Marriage: January 21, 1639/40, New Haven, CT489
vi. Elizabeth Bourne, born Abt. 1618; died December 12, 1663 in Scituate, Mass; married Robert Waterman December 11, 1638 in Marshfield, Mass..
Marriage 1 Thomas Bourne b: 1581 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Married: 21 Dec 1607 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Change Date: 14 Mar 2002
John Bourne b: 1608 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Joseph Bourne b: 1611 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Martha Bourne b: 1613 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Sarah Ann Bourne b: 18 Jan 1614-1615 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Elizabeth Bourne b: 1616 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Margaret Bourne b: 1617 in Tenterden, Kent, England
Richard Bourne b: 1622 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
Lydia Bourne b: 1624 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
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