Isaac Disbrowe, II (c.1617 - d.)

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Nicknames: "Isaac Disbrowe", "Disborough", "Desbrow", "Deesbury", "Disbrow", "Disborow", "Desbrough and Difburrow"
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Birthplace: Ettisley, Cambridge, England
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Actor Clint Eastwood is a descendant. Isaac came to America, bound for New Haven CT, aboard the ship Hopewell in 1635. He was 18 years old and travelled with his wife (listed as a husbandman) from Eltisley, Cambridge, England. He was in Lynn, MA for a time when he first arrived, and his name appears in the court records of Essex County as a party to suits in 1638 and 1639. After this, his name disappears from the records of Massachusetts. It was in 1639-45 that he removed to New Haven. The family name Desborough has also been spelled Disborough, Desbrow, Deesbury, Disbrow, Disborow, Desbrough and Difburrow. S.R. Durand:"Mary Desborough's father, Isaac Desbrough, Jr. of Ett-Tisley in County Cambridge at age eighteen embarked early in April, 1635 on the ship "Hopewell" of London, for New England. Most of the passengers settled in Lynn, Massachusetts, and his name appears in the court records of Essex County as a party to suits in 1638 and 1639. After this, his name disappears from the records. A Samuel Desborough was in New Haven in 1639, and was an early settler of Guilford, Connecticut, which was founded in 1641. He was born in the same place as Isaac Desborough, that is in the manor of Ettisley in Cambridgeshire, England on November 30,1619. He was the third surviving son of James Disborow, Esquire and a younger brother of Major-General John Disborrow, who married Jane Cromwell, a sister of the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell. This Samuel Desborough must have bene related to Isaac Desborough. He returned to England in 1650, where he became distinguished."Sources:"Topographical Dictionary of English Emigrants to New England,1620-1650" Charles Edward Banks."Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America" The Spiritof '76, Volumes V-XII, 1893-1906, Henry Whittemore."The Pioneers of Massachusetts", Charles Henry Pope. "The Planters of the Commonwealth, 1620-1640", Charles Edward Banks. Suggested

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Ettisley, Cambridge, England
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