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Elizabeth Bourne (Unknown)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: of, Tenterden, Kent, England
Death: Died in Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of unknown father of Elizabeth Bourne and unknown mother of Elizabeth Bourne
Wife of Thomas Bourne and Deacon Thomas Bourne, of Marshfield
Mother of Elizabeth Tilden; Margaret Winslow; Joseph Bourne; John Bourne of Marshfield; Ann Smith and 2 others

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About Elizabeth Bourne

Elizabeth Rouse was born about 1590 in Kent, England.  Her parents are not known. Elizabeth died 18 Jul 1660 in Marshfield, Mass. (Elizabeth was born between 1585 and 1590. She was buried July 18, 1660).

2nd wife of Thomas Bourne (1581-1664) of Marshfield.

Surviving children

  1. Ann born 18 Jan 1615 Tenterden, Kent, England. Married Nehemiah Smith
  2. Margaret born c. 1616 Kempsey, Worcestershire, England. Married Josiah Winslow
  3. Elizabeth born c. 1618 Tenterden, Kent, England. Married 1) Robert Waterman 2) Thomas Tilden
  4. John born ABT 1619 Kempsey, Worcester, England. Married Alice Bisbee.
  5. Lydia Bourne born 1624. Married Nathaniel Tilden.

Citations

  • Neal, "Families of Sequoyah County OK & Others", May 31, 2003, unverified.

Sources

  • Representative men and old families of southeastern Massachusetts ..., Volume 3 Pg.1290
  • The New England historical & genealogical register and ..., Volume 21 By New England Historic Genealogical Society Pg.82
  • Anderson, Robert Charles, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol. 3, P-W, Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society (1995), 2032.
  • Jacobus, Donald Lines, The Waterman Family: Vol. I, Descendants of Robert Waterman of Marshfield, Massachusetts, New Haven, Connecticut: Edgar F. Waterman (1939), 15, 615-616, Heritage Quest (Online Database).

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  • SURNAME UNKNOWN - NOT THE DAUGHTER OF ANICE (PEABODY) & JOHN ROUSE; ELIZABETH ROUSE WAS MARRIED TO HER GRANDSON THOMAS BOURNE
  • Elizabeth Rouse1
  • F, #128283, b. 1590, d. 18 July 1660
  • Father John Rouse1 b. c 1565
  • Mother Anice Peabody1 b. c 1567
  • Elizabeth Rouse was born in 1590 at England.1 She married Thomas Bourne on 21 December 1607 at Matlock, Derbyshire, England.1 Elizabeth Rouse died on 18 July 1660 at Marshfield, Plymouth, MA.1
  • Family Thomas Bourne b. 1581, d. 11 May 1664
  • Child
    • Ann Bourne+1 b. c 1615, d. 12 Jan 1685
  • Citations
  • 1.[S14] Unknown author, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, by Clarence Almon Torrey., p. 86.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p4272.htm#i128283

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  • Memorials of Marshfield, and guide book to its localities at Green Harbor (1854)
  • https://archive.org/details/memorialsofmarsh00thoma
  • https://archive.org/stream/memorialsofmarsh00thoma#page/38/mode/1up
  • Pg.38
    • BOURN.
  • Mr. Thomas Bourn was the eldest of the Marshfield settlers, and a patriarch on its Eden. It is not ascertained from whence he emigrated. Circumstances lead to the conclusion that he was one of the "men of Kent." His home lands were situated adjoining the estates of his sons-in-law, Josias Winslow, sen., and Robert Waterman, to whom he gave of his own lands liberally. He was also a large land holder in the south part of the Colony. He
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  • Pg.39
  • and his wife Elizabeth were passed life's meridian when we find them at Green Harbor. He d. 1664, aged 83. His wife d. 1660, aged 70. Their son John succeeded to the homestead. He m. Alice, dau. of Thomas Bebeech, 18 July, 1645, — the second marriage found recorded in the town's books. They had, Elizabeth, b. 1646, m. Josiah Bent; Thomas, b. 1647, m. Elizabeth Rouse, 1681; Alice, b. 1649, m. John Mann; Ann, b. 1651, m. John Baily; Martha, b. 1653, m. Valentine Decrow ; Mary, b. 1660, and Sarah, 1663. The daus. of the ancestor Thomas were thus m., Lydia to Elder Nath. Tilden of Scituate, Martha to John Bradford, Margaret to Josias Winslow, sen., 1636, Elizabeth to Robert Waterman, 1638, and Anne to Nehemiah Smith, 1639. Messrs. Bradford and Smith, with their households, were among the early settlers of Norwich, Conn.
  • The present owner of the homestead of his fathers is the venerable Mr. John Bourn, aged 95, of the fifth generation from the primitive Thomas, his physical and mental powers being in remarkable preservation. He is the last survivor in the township of the patriotic band who were in the service of their country during its struggle for independence. He was, with others from Green Harbor, with Gen. Thomas at Dorchester Heights on the memorable night when its fortifications were erected.

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  • A GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF THE FIRST SETTLERS OF NEW ENGLAND, SHOWING ... By JAMES SAVAGE Vol. I
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=HWEblLuls8kC&printsec=frontcover&dq=New+England+Marriages+Prior+to+1700&hl=en&sa=X&ei=t6pFUt6KEMTEigLvroH4DA&ved=0CDcQ6AEwADgU#v=onepage&q=bourne&f=false
  • Pg.218
  • BOURNE, JOHN, Marchfield, 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.
  • Pg.219
  • BOURNE, 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, and w. Eliz. bur. 18 July 1660, aged 70, was a man of substance and repute, d. a. 1554, 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 Tracy, 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. Nathanil Tilden. His will of 2 May 1664, made s. John excor. names ea. d. and Lydia, d. of Lydia, beside John, Thomas Joseph and Wabert 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.

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  • Rouse, Elizabeth
  • b. 1581
  • d. 1660
  • Family:
  • Marriage: ABT 1610
  • Spouse: Bourne, Thomas
  • b. 1581 Matlock, Derbyshire, England
  • d. 11 MAY 1664 Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass.
  • Children:
    • BOURNE, Martha
    • Bourne, Sarah Ann
    • BOURNE, Margaret
    • BOURNE, Elizabeth
    • BOURNE, John
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_71.htm#234

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  • History of Marshfield, Volume 2 By Lysander Salmon Richards
  • https://archive.org/details/historyofmarshfi02rich
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyofmarshfi02rich#page/177/mode/1up
  • Pg.177
    • BOURNE.
  • Tradition points to the Bourne family as originating in Wales, but history records the Marshfield branch as coming from Kent Co., England.
  • Thomas Bourne and his wife, Elizabeth, with several children, came to Plymouth sometime near 1630. He was a resident of Plymouth long enough to be well known there, and was so desirable a citizen that in 1637 the Court of Plymouth Colony granted him and others called "special persons," "that would promise to live at Plymouth on some good farms, and so tie the lands of Plymouth as farms for the same ; and these they might keep their cattle, tilling by some servants," and retain their dwellings in Plymouth.
  • Dec. 4, 1637, a grant of 100 acres was given to Thomas Bourne, and it was the second grant recorded of land in Marshfield. The same day 100 acres was granted to Josiah Winslow. The town was incorporated in 1640, and the same year Thomas Bourne was one of two that were chosen deputies to represent the town in the October General Court, and he was elected three times afterward.
  • Under date of Aug., 1645, the following entry is found: "On a motion being made for one to teach school, we whose names are undersigned, are willing to pay yearly be-
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  • Pg.178
  • sides paying for our children; we shall send the following sums." Among others we find the name of Thomas Bourne, who subscribed ten shillings. Thus early, Thomas Bourne, his son, John, and others, took measures to establish a public school. We have one more record of this Thomas, called by one writer the "eldest of the Marshfield settlers and a patriarch of its Eden."
  • It is written Thomas Bourne died and was buried ye 11th May, 1664, age 83. Thomas Bourne had several daughters and only one son, John, who was born in England. He married Alice Besbeach, now called Bisbee, and this is the second marriage entered on the Marshfield records, July 18, 1645. His eldest son was named Thomas, Then we have five successive generations of John Bournes, one of whom is now living. The third or middle John Bourne was a Revolutionary soldier and centenarian. He was born Apr. 10, 1759, and died in 1859. Less than one mile from his home was the homestead of Nathaniel Ray Thomas and later of Hon. Daniel Webster.
  • Mr. Thomas' sympathies were with the British in the early days of the Revolution. He evidently was afraid of the patriotic spirit of his neighbors and townsmen, for he sent to the English authorities for a company of soldiers, who came to guard him. Every night, when calm enough, the sound of the sentry's voice would be wafted across the marsh to the ears of the Bournes. "Twelve o'clock and all is well." That cry helped to stir up the patriotic spirit of the surrounding community, and the boy of 16 drank in so much of the feeling that he shouldered his flint-lock gun and was soon in the trenches, helping to fortify Dorchester Heights. From that on he followed the fortunes of his country in battles and in camp (being near death's door with small-pox), till the last gun was fired. At the close of the war he was in the state of New York, from which state he walked to his home in old Marshfield, there
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  • to spend the remainder of his long life of one hundred years. The following gives the direct lines of descent of the Bournes to the present time:
  • Thomas Bourne,1 and wife, Elizabeth, came from Kent County, England, about the year 1630.
  • John,2 b. in England. Mar. Alice Besbeech, or Bisbee, July, 1645.
  • Thomas,3 their son, b. in 1647. Mar. Elizabeth Rouse.
  • John,4 their son, b. in 1685. Mar. Abigail Collamore.
  • John,5 their son, b. in 1737. Mar. Lucy Dingley.
  • John,6 their son, b. in 1759, d. 1859. Mar. Martha Sampson.
  • John,7 their son, b. in 1790. Mar. Ruth Ford.
  • John H.,8 their son, b. 1829. Mar. Sarah T. Walker. He has served on the Board of Selectmen and on the Board of School Committee; was also a member of the State Board of Agriculture for 3 years.
  • Proctor Bourne, b. in 1791. Mar. Temperance Thomas. He was Postmaster of Marshfield for many years, keeping a store in connection with the postoffice and serving the town as its treasurer and collector. His children are all dead, but two grandchildren are now living : Annie F. Calligan and Emma P. Kaler, with one great-grandchild, Grace B. Williams, all living at Evanston, Ill.

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This book claims Thomas Bourne died in 1684, not 1664 & has more than one son (could this later death be for Thomas the son of John & Alice?)

  • Paine ancestry. The family of Robert Treat Paine, signer of the Declaration ... By Sarah Cushing Paine, Charles Henry Pope Pg.59
  • https://archive.org/details/paineancestryfam00pain
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    • BOURNE ANCESTRY.
  • Thomas Bourne = Elizabeth . . .
    • Margaret Bourne = Josiah Winslow.
      • Rebecca Winslow = John Thacher.
        • Bethia Thacher = James3 Paine.
  • THOMAS BOURNE was a resident of Plymouth in 1636 ; January 2, 1636-7, he was admitted a freeman of the Colony and at the same date a tract of land was assigned to his son Richard for his use.
  • He removed to Marshfield early in the settlement of that place if not at its very beginning ; was chosen one of its deputies or representatives in 1642 and at later times. He was a citizen of repute, a man of substance.
  • He married (perhaps as his first wife) Elizabeth __ , who was buried in Marshfield, July 18, 1660 ; he married afterward a wife named Martha, who survived him.
  • He was buried May 11, 1684, aged, as the record avers, 83 years. He left a will in which he appointed his son John "right heir and executor," and gave his estate to his daughters, "Bradford," "Smith," "Winslow" and "Tilden" ; to son Nathaniel Tilden ; to John, Thomas, Joseph and Robert Waterman, and (the minister) "Mr. Arnold."
  • Of his seven children the sixth, Margaret Bourne, married Josiah Winslow.

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  • Representative men and old families of southeastern Massachusetts ..., Volume 3
  • https://archive.org/details/representativem00cogoog
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  • Pg.1289
    • BOURNE. The Bourne family of south-eastern Massachusetts is descended from
  • (I) Thomas Bourne, "the eldest of the Marshfield settlers and a patriarch on its Eden," who appears at Plymouth in 1637, a freeman of that Colony of Jan. 2, 1638. Judge Savage says he may probably have come from the County of Kent, bringing family. "His home lands were situated adjoining the estates of his sons-in-law, Josiah Winslow, Sr., and Robert Waterman, to whom he gave of his own lands liberally." He was also a large land holder in the south part of the Colony. "He was a man of substance and repute." His wife Elizabeth was buried July 18, 1660, aged seventy years. He was buried May 11, 1664, at the age of eighty-three years. His will, probated June 9, 1664, made his son John right heir and executor, and bequeathed to
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  • Pg.1290
  • him, to daughters Martha Bradford, Anne Smith, Margaret Winslow and Lydia Tilden; to Nathaniel Tilden, to John, Thomas, Joseph and Robert Waterman ; and to Mr. Arnold. His children were: John, Martha, who married (first) John Bradford, son of Governor Bradford, and (second) Thomas Tracy; Elizabeth, who married Thomas (Robert ?) Waterman ; Anne, who married Nehemiah Smith ; Margaret, who married Josiah Winslow, brother of Governor Winslow; and Lydia, who married Nathaniel Tilden.
  • (II) John Bourne, son of Thomas, born perhaps in England, married July 18, 1645, Alice, daughter of Thomas Besbedge or Besbeech (the second marriage on the town book). Mr. Bourne succeeded to the homestead, which in 1854 and later was in the possession of the then venerable John Bourne, a descendant in the fifth generation of the immigrant Thomas and a Revolutionary patriot who entered the service at the commencement of the struggle and was a prisoner of war when peace was declared; he died in October, 1859, in the 101st year of his age. The children of John and Alice Bourne were: Elizabeth, born in 1646; Thomas, in 1647; Alice, in 1649; Ann, in 1651; Martha, in 1653; Mary, in 1660; and Sarah, in 1663.
  • (III) Thomas Bourne, son of John, born Oct. 27, 1647, married (first) April 16, 1681, Elizabeth, daughter of John and Anice (or Annis) (Pabodie) Rouse, of Marshfietd, the latter daughter of John and Isabel Pabodie, original settlers of Duxbury. She died April 9, 1701, and he married (second) Nov. 23, 1702, Elizabeth Holmes, who died April 2, 1707. His children were: John, born June 8, 1685, who married Abigail Collamore, of Scituate; Elizabeth, who died April 14, 1689; George, born 29th of 3d month, 1690; and Jedediah and Josiah (twins), born 29th of 10th month, 1692.
  • (IV) Josiah Bourne, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Rouse) Bourne, was born 29th of 10th month, 1692, in Marshfield. Pembroke and Hanson were formerly the western part of Duxbury. Pembroke was incorporated in 1712. For some seventy-five years before the incorporation of Hanson it was styled the West Precinct of Pembroke and was so established May 19, 1746. Hanson was incorporated Feb. 22, 1820. "Josiah Bourne, great-grandson of Thomas Bourne, one of the first settlers in Marshfield, bought a large tract in the extreme southern part, next to the 'Great Cedar Swamp,' 'with ye house on it,' and traces of its location can still be seen. It is said of him that he was of small stature, a man of good practical sense, determination, and perseverance, who made the hills and valleys laugh and shine with their abundance. He had three sons and five daughters, whose descendants are scattered over various parts of the country." ["History of Hanson,' E. B. K. Gurney.]

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  • The New England historical and genealogical register (1847) Year 1860 Vol. 14.
  • https://archive.org/details/newenglandhistorv14wate
  • https://archive.org/stream/newenglandhistorv14wate#page/82/mode/1up
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  • BOURNE, John, Marshfield, Oct. 7, a. 100 yrs. 5 mos. 27 ds. ; a Revolut'ry soldier.
  • He was a descendant, in the fifth generation, from Thomas and Elizabeth Bourne, early settlers of said township, and resided and deceased on the estate granted to this immigrant ancestor, Dec. 4, 1637, by the Court of the Old Colony, from whom it had passed to him by regular descent. The ancestor deceased May 11, 1664, a. 83 ; his wife, 1660, a. 70.
  • Their children were : —
  • Lydia, the wife of Elder Nathl. Tilden, of Scituate, to whom she was united previous to their emigration.
  • Martha, who m. John, eldest son of Gov. Wm. Bradford.
  • Margaret, who m. Josias, youngest brother of Gov. Edward Winslow, 1636.
  • Elizabeth, who m. Robert Waterman, 1638; and Anna, who m. Rev. Nehemiah Smith, 1639. Messrs. Bradford and Smith removed to Norwich, Conn.
  • John, supposed to be the only son of the ancestor Thomas Bourne, m. Alice Besbeech, July 18, 1645; she was probably the dau. of Thomas Besbeech, an early settler of Scituate. He died Dec. 8, 1684 ; his widow, May 7, 1686; ages unrecorded.
  • Thomas Bourne, eldest son of John, b. Oct. 27, 1647, m. 1, Elizabeth Rouse, April 16, 1681 ; she was dau. of John and Anice (Pabodie) Rouse, of Marshfield ; she deceased April 9, 1701. He m. 2, Elizabeth Holmes, Nov. 2, 1702.

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  • New England families, genealogical and memorial; a record of the achievements of her people in...the founding of a nation (1916) Vol. 2
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  • https://archive.org/stream/newenglandfamil00cuttgoog#page/n361/mode/1up
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  • Nehemiah Smith married, January 21, 1639-40, Ann Bourne, of Marshfield, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Bourne. She was born about 1615, died after January 12, 1684. Her full name was very likely Sarah Ann or Sarah, as the New Haven records give her name as Sarah, and it is not likely that he married three times, having Sarah as second and Ann as the first and third wives; his wife's name is given as Ann in all records in other towns than New Haven. Children: ....

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  • SURNAME UNKNOWN - ELIZABETH ROUSE WAS MARRIED TO HER GRANDSON THOMAS BOURNE
  • Elizabeth Rouse Bourne
  • Birth: 1590 Tenterden, Kent, England
  • Death: Jul. 18, 1660 Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Family links:
  • Spouse:
  • Thomas Bourne (1581 - 1664)
  • Children:
    • Sarah Ann Bourne Smith (1615 - 1684)*
    • Elizabeth Bourne Waterman (1618 - 1663)*
    • Martha Bourne Bradford Tracy (1620 - ____)*
  • Burial: Winslow Cemetery Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=50587978

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  • SURNAME UNKNOWN - NOT THE DAUGHTER OF ANICE (PEABODY) & JOHN ROUSE; ELIZABETH ROUSE WAS MARRIED TO HER GRANDSON THOMAS BOURNE
  • Elizabeth Rouse Bourne
  • Birth: unknown Walton-on-Trent, England
  • Death: Jul. 18, 1660 New London, New London County, Connecticut, USA
  • Born between 1581 & 1590 in Tenterden, Kent, England to John & Anice (Peabody) Rouse. Buried in Marshfield, persumably beside her husband, Thomas Bourne.
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • John Rouse (1615 - 1684)
  • Annis Paybody Rouse
  • Spouse:
  • Thomas Bourne (1581 - 1664)*
  • Children:
    • Margaret Bourne Winslow (____ - 1683)*
    • Sarah Bourne Smith (1614 - 1683)*
  • Siblings:
  • Elizabeth Rouse Bourne (____ - 1660)
  • John Rouse (1643 - 1717)*
  • Anna Rouse Holmes (1650 - ____)*
  • Burial: Unknown
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34321617

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Elizabeth Bourne's Timeline

1578
1578
London, London, England, United Kingdom
1590
1590
Tenterden, Kent, England
1606
February 15, 1606
Age 16
Kempsey, Worchester, England
1608
1608
Age 18
Matlock, Derbyshire, England, (Present UK)
1611
December 1611
Age 21
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
1611
Age 21
Kempsey, Worcestershire, England
1611
Age 21
Kempsey, Worcestershire, UK
1615
January 18, 1615
Age 25
Kent, England
1618
1618
Age 28
London, Middlesex, England
1619
1619
Age 29
England