John Washburn, Jr. (1657 - c.1687)

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Birthplace: Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
Death: Died in St. Beedulph Parish, London, England
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JOHN4 WASHBURN (JOHN3, WILLIAM ( WASHBOURNE)2, JOHN1 WASHBOURNE) was born November 20, 1657, and died February 1686/87 in London, England. He married SARAH CORNELL, daughter of RICHARD CORNELL II. She was born Bef. 1680, and died Aft. 1698.

Notes for JOHN WASHBURN: ABOUT SARAH CORNELL / JOHN WASHBURN / ISAAC ARNOLD FAMILY: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, pages 10-11.): "John (son of Mary Butler and John Washburn), married __, Sarah Cornell (dau. of Richard Cornell). Richard the ancestor of this family, emigrated from England to Long Island about 1655 to 1660. Under the Dutch Colonial Government he purchased the estate of Little Neck. He afterwards removed to Low Neck, whence he became possessed by patent from the British Colonial Government, dated 1686, of a tract of land, part of which he sold in 1691 to John Sands. He died in 1693, leaving five sons and two daughters. John Washburn, the son of Mary Butler and John Washburn, born November 20, 1657, went to London on business evidently, was taken ill and died there in February, 1687. His will was made in St. Beedulph Parish, London, England, February 23, 1687. The first part reads as follows: "John Washburn of Flushing, Long Island, husbandman, but now residing in the parish of St. Beedulph, London, England being sick." Leaves to his son, John, one hundred pounds when of age and to his daughters, Susannah and Mary, sixty pounds when they are of age or married. He refers to his plantation at Flushing and to all of his land, and makes his father-in-law, Mr. Richard Cornell II, executor. The will was proved in 1688."

" Mary Washburn, the dau. of Sarah Cornell and John Washburn, must have died when a child as there is no record of the appointment of a guardian for her. County of Suffolk, Aug 29, 1698, Susannah Washburn, eighteen year-old dau. of John Washburn, yeoman, late of Flushing, Queens County; Guardian appointed. February 14, 1698, Memorandum: Appeared before me, William Smith, Esq., and Judge of Prerogative Court in Suffolk County, John Washburn aged fifteen years, son of John Washburn. Guardian appointed. Sarah Cornell Washburn, the widow of John Washburn, married October 30, 1691, Isaac Arnold. In a census of the inhabitants of Southold, Long Island, taken in 1698, mention is made of Isaac Arnold, Sarah Arnold, Susannah Washburn, John Washburn, Sarah Arnold and Susannah Arnold. The last two people mentioned were probably the children of Sarah Cornell Washburn Arnold and her husband Isaac Arnold. Again, no mention is made of Mary Washburn, which is conclusive proof of her death."

ABOUT JOHN WASHBURN / THOMAS HICKS and a COURT ORDER: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, page 10.): 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: Occupation: husbandman Will 1: 1688, Proved: London, England Will 2: February 23, 1686/87, Made: St. Beedulph Parish, London, England

Notes for SARAH CORNELL: ABOUT CORNELL NAME: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, page 711.): "The name of Cornell is from a local pronunciation of Cornwall, sometimes spelled Cornewall. A reference is made to Richard Cornell, the ancestor, on page 10."

ABOUT SARAH CORNELL / JOHN WASHBURN / ISAAC ARNOLD FAMILY: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, pages 10-11.): "John (son of Mary Butler and John Washburn), married __, Sarah Cornell (dau. of Richard Cornell). Richard the ancestor of this family, emigrated from England to Long Island about 1655 to 1660. Under the Dutch Colonial Government he purchased the estate of Little Neck. He afterwards removed to Low Neck, whence he became possessed by patent from the British Colonial Government, dated 1686, of a tract of land, part of which he sold in 1691 to John Sands. He died in 1693, leaving five sons and two daughters. John Washburn, the son of Mary Butler and John Washburn, born November 20, 1657, went to London on business evidently, was taken ill and died there in February, 1687. His will was made in St. Beedulph Parish, London, England, February 23, 1687. The first part reads as follows: "John Washburn of Flushing, Long Island, husbandman, but now residing in the parish of St. Beedulph, London, England being sick." Leaves to his son, John, one hundred pounds when of age and to his daughters, Susannah and Mary, sixty pounds when they are of age or married. He refers to his plantation at Flushing and to all of his land, and makes his father-in-law, Mr. Richard Cornell II, executor. The will was proved in 1688.... Mary Washburn, the dau. of Sarah Cornell and John Washburn, must have died when a child as there is no record of the appointment of a guardian for her. County of Suffolk, Aug 29, 1698, Susannah Washburn, eighteen year-old dau. of John Washburn, yeoman, late of Flushing, Queens County; Guardian appointed. February 14, 1698, Memorandum: Appeared before me, William Smith, Esq., and Judge of Prerogative Court in Suffolk County, John Washburn aged fifteen years, son of John Washburn. Guardian appointed. Sarah Cornell Washburn, the widow of John Washburn, married October 30, 1691, Isaac Arnold. In a census of the inhabitants of Southold, Long Island, taken in 1698, mention is made of Isaac Arnold, Sarah Arnold, Susannah Washburn, John Washburn, Sarah Arnold and Susannah Arnold. The last two people mentioned were probably the children of Sarah Cornell Washburn Arnold and her husband Isaac Arnold. Again, no mention is made of Mary Washburn, which is conclusive proof of her death."

Children of JOHN WASHBURN and SARAH CORNELL are: i. SUSANNAH5 WASHBURN, b. 1680; d. Aft. August 29, 1698.

Notes for SUSANNAH WASHBURN: ABOUT SARAH CORNELL FAMILY and GUARDIANSHIP APPOINTED TO SUSANNAH WASHBURN: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, pages 10-11.):

" Mary Washburn, the dau. of Sarah Cornell and John Washburn, must have died when a child as there is no record of the appointment of a guardian for her. County of Suffolk, Aug 29, 1698, Susannah Washburn, eighteen year-old dau. of John Washburn, yeoman, late of Flushing, Queens County; Guardian appointed. February 14, 1698, Memorandum: Appeared before me, William Smith, Esq., and Judge of Prerogative Court in Suffolk County, John Washburn aged fifteen years, son of John Washburn. Guardian appointed. Sarah Cornell Washburn, the widow of John Washburn, married October 30, 1691, Isaac Arnold. In a census of the inhabitants of Southold, Long Island, taken in 1698, mention is made of Isaac Arnold, Sarah Arnold, Susannah Washburn, John Washburn, Sarah Arnold and Susannah Arnold. The last two people mentioned were probably the children of Sarah Cornell Washburn Arnold and her husband Isaac Arnold. Again, no mention is made of Mary Washburn, which is conclusive proof of her death."

More About SUSANNAH WASHBURN: Individual Note: August 29, 1698, Guardian appointed. County of Suffolk, NY.

4. ii. JOHN WASHBURN, b. 1683; d. Aft. February 14, 1697/98. iii. MARY WASHBURN, b. Bet. 1657 - February 1686/87; d. Unknown.

Notes for MARY WASHBURN: ABOUT SARAH CORNELL FAMILY and GUARDIANSHIP APPOINTED: (source: excerpt from : Ada C. Haight, The Richard Washburn Family Genealogy, Ossining, New York. 1937, pages 10-11.): " Mary Washburn, the dau. of Sarah Cornell and John Washburn, must have died when a child as there is no record of the appointment of a guardian for her. County of Suffolk, Aug 29, 1698, Susannah Washburn, eighteen year-old dau. of John Washburn, yeoman, late of Flushing, Queens County; Guardian appointed. February 14, 1698, Memorandum: Appeared before me, William Smith, Esq., and Judge of Prerogative Court in Suffolk County, John Washburn aged fifteen years, son of John Washburn. Guardian appointed. Sarah Cornell Washburn, the widow of John Washburn, married October 30, 1691, Isaac Arnold. In a census of the inhabitants of Southold, Long Island, taken in 1698, mention is made of Isaac Arnold, Sarah Arnold, Susannah Washburn, John Washburn, Sarah Arnold and Susannah Arnold. The last two people mentioned were probably the children of Sarah Cornell Washburn Arnold and her husband Isaac Arnold. Again, no mention is made of Mary Washburn, which is conclusive proof of her death."

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John Washburn, Jr.'s Timeline

1657
November 20, 1657
Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
1679
1679
Age 21
Stratford, Long Island, New York
1683
1683
Age 25
Flushing, Queens, New York, USA
1687
February, 1687
Age 29
St. Beedulph Parish, London, England
1688
June 19, 1688
Age 29
St Botalph, London, London, England
1930
October 28, 1930
Age 29
October 31, 1930
Age 29
November 21, 1930
Age 29
November 21, 1930
Age 29