|Birthplace:||The Strand, London, Middlesex, England|
|Death:||Died in Hampton, (Present Rockingham County), Province of New Hampshire|
|Place of Burial:||Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States|
Son of John Sanborn and Anne Atkinson
|Occupation:||Lieutenant, Selectman, Representative to the General Court, and a Freeman, came to usa in 1632|
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About Lt. John Sanborn
History of Rockingham County, NH -- Hampton By Charles A. Hazlett -- 1915 Chapter XXXIV HAMPTON
Lieut. John Sanborn, with his brothers Stephen and William, came to Hampton in 1640. His mother was a daughter of the Rev. Stephen Bachiler. Lieut. Sanborn was an active, influential citizen, and was chosen to various positions of trust and responsibility. He was one of the most strenuous opponents of the Masonian claim and of Cranfield's administration. He was a signer to Weare's petition to the king in 1683.
In October, 1683, Robert Mason, Sherlock, the marshall, and James Leach came to Sanborn's house in order to give Mason house possession, when Sanborn not opening the door, Leach by the marshal's order broke it open, and gave Mason possession. Mr. Sherlock took Sanborn prisoner, when Mason openly told the people "that is what you shall all come to."
In 1683, Cranfield brought an action against Sanborn for saying, "I question whether ever the King knew of his, the said Edward Cranfield's, commission or patent." His four sons -- Richard, Josiah, John, and Joseph -- were signers to Weare's petition.
Stephen Sanborn was a brother of John and William, and came to Hampton with them.
William Sanborn, brother of the above named, was also an active citizen.
The authorities have been confused as to the identity of Lt. John Sanborn's parents. All agree that the father died in England. They also agree that Lt. John came to America with his mother, his maternal grandfather, Stephen Bachiler, and his brothers, William ( an ancestor) and Stephen in 1632.
Dow said his father was John Sanborn. He wasn't sure about the mother's first name. Perhaps this was a reliance upon an article written by Dr. Nathan Sanborn in Vol. 10 of the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, at pg. 271, (1856), which said that "tradition" named the father as "John." Victor Channing Sanborn wasn't sure about the father's name ["Genealogy of, etc., Sanborn" (1899), pgs. 56 - 58], but he identified the mother as Ann Bachiler. Elmer Corliss Sanborn identified the father, Ann's husband, as Richard, son of Edward ("A Collection of Sanborn Family Genealogies" (1994), pg. 1), and he supports his conclusion with records. Curiously, however, Elmer Sanborn makes no mention of the previous conflicts and uncertainties. His view is not supported by the evidence. Dow, Joseph, "History of Hampton, N.H., 1638-1892," (1893), pg. 945, #II; U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700 John Sanborn Gender Male Marriage Date 1649 Death Year 1692 Marriage Place New England, United States Spouse's Name Mary Tucke Household Members Name Age John Sanborn Mary Tucke
Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of... - Page 100 by William Richard Cutter - 1908
Lieutenant John Sanborne, SANBORN the immigrant ancestor of February 2, 1657, John Sanborne ... He married (first) Mary Tuck, daughter of Robert Tuck, of ... Full view - About this book www.books.google.com
Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine - Page 415 by Daughters of the American Revolution - 1937 (www.google.books.com) SANBORN.—Lieutenant John Sanborn, b 1620 in England came to America in 1632 with his grandfather Stephen ... He m 1st, Mary, dau of Robert Tuck of ... Snippet view - About this book
A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of... - Page 11 by James Savage, John Farmer, Orrando Perry Dexter - 1862 (www.books.google.com) BENJAMIN SAMBOURNE, son of JOHN 1, For first w. SARAH, d. 29 June 1720 had............he took Mary, d. of Robert Tuck of H. wh. d. 30 Dec. 1668, hav. borne him John, 1649 ; Mary, 12 Apr. 1651, d. young; Abigail, 23 Feb. ... Full view - About this book
Hampton, New Hampshire Area Related Families English ancestors and North American descendants
ID: I5438 Name: John SANBORN Sex: M Birth: ABT 1620 Death: 20 OCT 1692 in Hampton, N.H.
Note: John was a selectman in 1650. 1661, 1665, 1668, 1672, 1674-75, and 1678-79. He was called Ensign in Oct. 1665 and was legally chosen and confirmed Ensign a year later. He was commisioned a Lieutenant on 15 Oct 1679.
Father: Unknown SANBORN b: in England Mother: Ann BATCHELDER b: ABT 1601 in Wherwell, Hampshire, England
Marriage 1 Mary TUCK b: in Gorlston, Suffolk, England Children John SANBORN b: ABT 1649 in Hampton, N.H. Mary SANBORN b: 12 APR 1651 in Hampton, N.H. Abial SANBORN b: 23 Feb 1653/54 in Hampton, N.H. Richard SANBORN b: 4 Jan 1654/55 in Hampton, N.H. Mary SANBORN b: 19 Mar 1656/57 in Hampton, N.H. Joseph SANBORN b: 13 Mar 1658/59 in Hampton, N.H. Stephen SANBORN b: 12 NOV 1661 in Hampton, N.H. Ann SANBORN b: 20 NOV 1662 in Hampton, N.H. Nathaniel SANBORN b: 27 Jan 1665/66 in Hampton, N.H. Benjamin SANBORN b: 20 DEC 1668 in Hampton, N.H.
Marriage 2 Margaret PAGE b: ABT 1630 in England Married: 2 AUG 1671 in Hampton, N.H. Children Jonathan SANBORN b: 25 MAY 1672 in Hampton, N.H
•Name: John Sanborn , Lt. •Sex: M •Birth: 1620 in England •Death: 20 OCT 1692 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire •Note: Source: FTM Online, GenealogyLibrary.com
A Genealogical History of the Clark and Worth Familes, page 147.
JOHN SANBORN1, LIEUTENANT, born in England in 1620, came to Boston in 1632 and settled at Hampton NH ca 1640. In 1646 he accused William Palmer at the Ipswich court of challenging him "into the field" and was awarded 6s, 10d, by the court. John was sworn a freeman and served in King Philip's War in 1665 as an ensign and a lieutenant.
Father: John Sanborne b: 1595 in Of Hampshire, Hampshire, England Mother: Anne Batchiler b: 1601
Marriage 1 Mary Tucke b: ABT. 1630 in Garlston, Suffolk, England •Married: 15 MAY 1647 in Hampton Falls, Rockingham, New Hampshire Children 1. Richard Sanborn b: 4 JAN 1654/55 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Marriage 2 Margaret Page b: ABT. 1631 in Acle, Norfolk, England •Married: 2 AUG 1671 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire Children 1. Capt. Jonathan Sanborn b: 25 MAY 1672 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
•Name: Lieutenant John SANBORN •Sex: M •Birth: 1620 in England •Death: 20 OCT 1692 in Hampton, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire 2 •Note: Lieut. John Sanborn, born 1620 (Deposition in Norfolk Co. files) Probably in 1640, since he was then granted a house-lot and a tract of land there. In 1643 his name is signed to a Hampton petition; and from this date the records records contain frequent mention of him.
Father: John (SAMBORNE) SANBORN b: ABT 1600 in England Mother: Anne BACHILER b: 1600 in England
Marriage 1 Margaret PAGE
Children 1. Captain Jonathan SANBORN b: 25 MAY 1672
•Name: John SAMBORNE •Sex: M •Title: Lt. •Birth: ABT 1620 in Holland •Death: 20 OCT 1692 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH •Note:
He was a prominent man, was many years a selectman, a representative to the general court, &c., a freeman Oct. 11, 1685 [NEHGR 10:272].
Father: John SAMBORNE b: ABT 1600 in England Mother: Anne BATCHELDER b: 1601 in England
Marriage 1 Mary TUCKE
Children 1. John SANBORN b: 1649 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 2. Mary SANBORN b: 12 APR 1651 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 3. Abial SANBORN b: 23 FEB 1652/53 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 4. Richard SANBORN b: 4 JAN 1654/55 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 5. Mary SANBORN b: 19 MAR 1656/57 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 6. Joseph SANBORN b: 13 MAR 1658/59 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 7. Stephen SANBORN b: NOV 1661 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 8. Anne SANBORN b: 20 DEC 1662 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 9. Nathaniel SANBORN b: 27 JAN 1665/66 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 10. Benjamin SANBORN b: 20 DEC 1668 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
Marriage 2 Margaret PAGE b: ABT 1630 in Ormesby, Norfolk, England •Married: ABT 1670
Children 1. Jonathan SANBORN b: 25 MAY 1672 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
Lt. John Sanborn's Timeline
London, Middlesex, England
Hampton, Rockingham , New Hampshire
Suffolk, VA, USA
April 12, 1651
April 12, 1651
Hampton, , Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA,
February 23, 1653
Hampton, (Present Rockingham County), North Plantation (Present New Hampshire), (Present USA)
January 4, 1655
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
March 13, 1659
Hampton, Rockingham , New Hampshire
November 12, 1661
Hampton, Rickingham, New Hampshire