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Thomas Browne, Sr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Swan Hall,Hawkedon,Suffolk,England
Death: Died in Swan Hall,Hawkedon,Suffolk,England
Place of Burial: Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Christopher Browne, lll, of Swan Hall and Unk Browne
Husband of Joan Browne and Joan Brown (Gabb)
Father of John Browne, of Hawkedon; Abraham Browne, Sr.; Richard Browne; Peter Browne; John Browne, of Rehoboth and 8 others
Half brother of Robert Browne; Joan Baylys and Thomas Browne

Occupation: Lord of Swan Hall
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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About Thomas Browne, of Hawkedon

Thomas Browne [Parents] was born about 1533 in Swan Hall,Hawkedon,Suffolk,England. He died in Dec 1590 in Swan Hall,Hawkedon,Suffolk,England. He married Joan Gabb on 16 Dec 1559 in Painswick,Gloucester,England.

Other marriages:

Sayer, Joan

Joan Gabb was born in 1539 in Painswick,Gloucester,England. She died in of,Hawkedon,Suffolk,England. She married Thomas Browne on 16 Dec 1559 in Painswick,Gloucester,England.

They had the following children:

  M i John Browne 
  M ii Edward Brown 
  M iii Peter Browne 

source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dantrogers/pafg566.htm#13494

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Will 1590

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from "Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts," by Henry Bond, 1860, p. 120-2:

'The will of Thomas Browne, of Hawkedon is dated Dec. 22, 1590; proved Jan. 26, 1591. He had inherited the Deans and Swans and bequeathed them as follows: 'To Johan, my wife, my house wherein I dwell, with all the outhouses thereto belonginge, called and known by the name of the Deanes & Swanes, with all the lands, meadowe and pasture thereto belonginge, during her naturall life, upon this condicion floowing, viz., that she shall bringe up my children and paye all my debts and kepe my houses in good and sufficient reparacions and make no stripe or waste upon the grounde or of any Wood or Timber growinge in and uppon the same, and after the decease of the saide Johan my wife, I give all the saide howse and howses, lands meadowe and pasture with the apptences to my five sonnes, viz., to John, Richard, Thomas, Ambrose and Abraham, and their heirs, to be equally divided between and amongst them, or so many of them as shall be then livinge, by and at the discression of discrete and wise men to be chosen by the parsons of Hawkedon and Som'ton then beinge,' and bequest in money to his daughter Sarah. Witnesses, Robert Raye, minister of Hawkedon; John Rayner, Richard Gippes, 'and me Peter Cooke, Clarke the writer thereof.
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Swan Hall, Hawkedon, Suffolk, England
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Hawkedon, Suffolk, Eng