Frances Kilborn (Moody) (1584 - 1650)

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Nicknames: "Frances /Moody/"
Birthplace: Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England
Death: Died in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut
Managed by: Daniel Dupree Walton
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About Frances Kilborn (Moody)

  1. Frances MOODY
  2. Sex: F
  3. Birth: 11 Oct 1584 in Wood Ditton,Combo,Cambridge,England
  4. Death: 10 Nov 1650 in Wethersfield,Hartford,CT

Father: George MOODY b: 28 Sep 1560 in Wood Ditton,Cambridge,England

Mother: Margaret NEWCE b: 01 Nov 1568 in Moulton,Suffolk,England

Marriage 1 Thomas KILBOURNE b: 08 May 1578 in Wood Ditton,Combo,Cambridge,England

   * Married: 05 Sep 1604 in Moulton,Suffolk,England

Children

  1. Has Children Mary KILBOURNE b: 12 May 1619 in Badby,Northampton,Hampshire,England

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It is generally accepted that they sailed on the sihp "Increase" in Apr 1635 with at least 5 of their 10 of their children (some of the older ones may have come later). Talk about a home schooling adventure! They arrived at Wethersfield, Connecticut in July.

Thomas and Frances belonged to the Church of England (i.e. Anglican). A few sources say they landed first at Massachusetts, then moved to Connecticut because of religious disagreement with the Congregational colonists in Massachusetts.

The will of "Francis Kilbourne" of Wethersfield, dated 13 Nov 1650, gave a gown to her daughter "Margit wife of Richard Lawe" and five shillings to her grandson, Jonathan Lawe; 5 lbs to Richard Law in lieu of the forty shillings she had borrowed of him; to daughter "Lidia wife of Rober Howar", 5 lbs; to daughter "Meary wife of John Root", 5 lbs; to daughter "Frances wife of Thomas Uffoote", 10 lbs; to grandchild, "Elizabeth Geneson", a gown, petticoat and hat; balance of her apparel to be divided between Lidia, Mary and Frances; to son John, three shirts and the rest of the linen to the three daughters. Witnesses: Samuel Smith and Elizabeth his wife and Nathaniel Dickinson. The inventory was taken 3 Dec 1650 by Samuel Smith, Thomas Coleman and Nathaniel Dickinson and amounted to 349.08.04 lbs (worth about $30,000 today).

Thomas and Frances had ten children:

1. Anne Kilbourne was born in 1605 in Wood Ditton (Cambridge) England, and died Aug 1607 in Wood Ditton, age 2.

2. Margaret Kilbourne (1607 Eng -1689 CT) had descendants.

3. Thomas Kilbourne was born in 1609 in Wood Ditton (Cambridge) England (baptized 30 Nov 1609), and died in England. He married Elizabeth ___ in England. Thomas went to Connecticut in 1634 before the rest of the family to make arrangements, then returned to England.

4. George Kilbourne [2816] (1612 Eng - 1685 MA)

5. Elizabeth Kilbourne (1614 Eng - 1638 MA)

6. Lydia Kilbourne (1616 Eng - >1684 CT)

7. Mary Kilbourne (1619 Eng -1684 CT).

8. Frances Kilbourne (1621 Eng - 1682 CT)

9. John Kilbourne (1624 Eng - 1703 CT) (our line)

10. Joseph Kilbourne was born about 1625 in Wood Ditton (Cambridge) England. -------------------- A24) DEWEY/ROOT/ASHLEY - I have Family Group Sheets of the desc. of Capt. Adijah Dewey & Sarah Root as follows: Adijah Dewey m. Mercy Ashley, Bethiah Dewey m. Silas NOBLE, Medad Noble m. Lydia FRARY, Levi Noble m. Aurelia STEELE, John Noble m. Many Sophie ROBERTS, Samuel Roberts Noble m. Hattie Edith SKINNER, Samuel Lloyd Noble m. Margaret Vivian Bilby, and Samuel Russel Noble m. Many Jane CURTIS. The par. of Capt. Adijah Dewey were Thomas Dewey, Jr., & Constant HAWES.

The par. of Sarah Root were John Root, Jr., & Mary ASHLEY. The par. of Thomas Dewey, Jr., were Thomas Dewey & Mrs. Frances CLARK, wid. The par. of Constant Hawes were Richard Hawes & Ann ___? The par. of John Root, Jr., were John Root & Mary KILBOURNE.

The par. of Mary Ashley were Robert Ashley & Frances MOODY. The father of Thomas Kilbourne was John Kilbounne. The par. of Frances Moody were George Moody & Margaret ___? And the par. of George Moody were Richard Moody & Anne ___? I have family group sheets on all of the above.

Clark Hibbard, 917 Davis, Ardtoore, OK 73401

http://www.americanancestors.org/answers-nexus-vol-IV-no-5/

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-------------------- A24) DEWEY/ROOT/ASHLEY - I have Family Group Sheets of the desc. of Capt. Adijah Dewey & Sarah Root as follows: Adijah Dewey m. Mercy Ashley, Bethiah Dewey m. Silas NOBLE, Medad Noble m. Lydia FRARY, Levi Noble m. Aurelia STEELE, John Noble m. Many Sophie ROBERTS, Samuel Roberts Noble m. Hattie Edith SKINNER, Samuel Lloyd Noble m. Margaret Vivian Bilby, and Samuel Russel Noble m. Many Jane CURTIS. The par. of Capt. Adijah Dewey were Thomas Dewey, Jr., & Constant HAWES.

The par. of Sarah Root were John Root, Jr., & Mary ASHLEY. The par. of Thomas Dewey, Jr., were Thomas Dewey & Mrs. Frances CLARK, wid. The par. of Constant Hawes were Richard Hawes & Ann ___? The par. of John Root, Jr., were John Root & Mary KILBOURNE.

The par. of Mary Ashley were Robert Ashley & Frances MOODY. The father of Thomas Kilbourne was John Kilbounne. The par. of Frances Moody were George Moody & Margaret ___? And the par. of George Moody were Richard Moody & Anne ___? I have family group sheets on all of the above.

Clark Hibbard, 917 Davis, Ardtoore, OK 73401

http://www.americanancestors.org/answers-nexus-vol-IV-no-5/

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Frances Moody's Timeline

1584
October 11, 1584
Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England
October 11, 1584
Berg, St. Edmunds, Moulton, Suffolk, England
October 11, 1584
Burg,St Edmunds,Moulton,Suffolk
October 11, 1584
Burg, St Edmunds, Moulton, Suffolk Eng
October 11, 1584
Burg, St Edmunds, Moulton, Suffolk Eng
October 11, 1584
Wood Ditton, Cambridge, England
October 11, 1584
Burg, St Edmunds, Moulton, Suffolk Eng
October 11, 1584
Burg, St Edmunds, Moulton, Suffolk Eng
1604
September 19, 1604
Age 19
Moulton, Suffolk, England
1605
1605
Age 20
Moulton, Suffolk, England