John Washbourne (Washburn) (1629 - 1658)

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Birthplace: Bengeworth, Worcestershire, , England
Death: Died in Hempstead, Nassau, New York
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About John Washbourne (Washburn)

JOHN3 WASHBURN (WILLIAM ( WASHBOURNE)2, JOHN1 WASHBOURNE) was born Bet. 1601 - 1655, and died Bet. June 09, 1655 - February 19, 1659/60. He married MARY BUTLER June 09, 1655, daughter of RICHARD BUTLER. She was born Bef. 1655, and died Unknown.

Notes for JOHN WASHBURN: ABOUT JOHN WASHBURN / MARY BUTLER / THOMAS HICKS: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, page 10.): "John Washburn's widow, Mary Butler Washburn, married as her second husband Thomas Hicks (son of Herodias Long and John Hicks). He was born in 1640, probably in what is now Flushing. He died in 1739. They had two sons, Thomas and Jacob Hicks. Thomas Hicks, Sr., was a man of considerable ability and seemed to have a liking for public affairs, following the example of his father in taking a prominent part in initiating and promoting the advancement of the community. He was the first judge appointed for the County of Queens, and was a Lieutenant Colonel of the Continental forces on Long Island. In 1666, he obtained from Governor Nichol, a patent for 4,000 acres, including Great Neck and adjacent lands. Here he erected a fine mansion and introduced the English Manorial manner of living. After the death of his wife, Mary Butler Washburn Hicks, he married Mary, the daughter of Thomas Doughty. Ten children were born to this couple. February 19, 1660, Thomas Hicks in behalf of his wife Mary, late wife of John Washburn, deceased, demands certain legacies bequeathed by William Washburn to his son John; Imprimis, one-third of Mr. Washburn's meadow, item two sows, one yearling, one pestle and mortar, two ox pastures and five gates in the Neck. The Court ordered the above to be delivered to plaintiff for use of John Washburn, Jr."

More About JOHN WASHBURN: Individual Note: 1643, He was a juryman in Hartford, Connecticut.

Notes for MARY BUTLER: ABOUT JOHN WASHBURN / MARY BUTLER / THOMAS HICKS: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, page 10.): "John Washburn's widow, Mary Butler Washburn, married as her second husband Thomas Hicks (son of Herodias Long and John Hicks). He was born in 1640, probably in what is now Flushing. He died in 1739. They had two sons, Thomas and Jacob Hicks. Thomas Hicks, Sr., was a man of considerable ability and seemed to have a liking for public affairs, following the example of his father in taking a prominent part in initiating and promoting the advancement of the community. He was the first judge appointed for the County of Queens, and was a Lieutenant Colonel of the Continental forces on Long Island. In 1666, he obtained from Governor Nichol, a patent for 4,000 acres, including Great Neck and adjacent lands. Here he erected a fine mansion and introduced the English Manorial manner of living. After the death of his wife, Mary Butler Washburn Hicks, he married Mary, the daughter of Thomas Doughty. Ten children were born to this couple. February 19, 1660, Thomas Hicks in behalf of his wife Mary, late wife of John Washburn, deceased, demands certain legacies bequeathed by William Washburn to his son John; Imprimis, one-third of Mr. Washburn's meadow, item two sows, one yearling, one pestle and mortar, two ox pastures and five gates in the Neck. The Court ordered the above to be delivered to plaintiff for use of John Washburn, Jr."

More About JOHN WASHBURN and MARY BUTLER: Marriage: June 09, 1655 Child of JOHN WASHBURN and MARY BUTLER is: 3. i. JOHN4 WASHBURN, b. November 20, 1657; d. February 1686/87, London, England.

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John Washbourne's Timeline

1629
November 28, 1629
Bengeworth, Worcestershire, , England
1655
June 7, 1655
Age 25
Stratford, Ct
1657
November 20, 1657
Age 27
Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
1658
October 30, 1658
Age 28
Hempstead, Nassau, New York
1930
October 28, 1930
Age 28
October 31, 1930
Age 28
1934
November 1, 1934
Age 28
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