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Richard Rathbone (Rattibond, Rathbun)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Prescott, Lanc, ENG
Death: Died in prob Ipswich, MA
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Son of William Rathbone, Sr and Ellen Rathbone
Husband of Marion (Mary Annye) Whipple
Father of William Rathbone; Joseph Rathbone; Thomas Rathbone and John "The Pilgrim" Rathbone
Brother of William 2Nd Rathbone, 11; Thomas Rattibond (Rathbone) (Rathbun), I; Ellen Smith; Hamlet Rathbone; John Rathbone and 1 other
Half brother of Barbara Rathbone

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About Richard Rathbone

  • Rathbone genealogy by Cooley, John Clark
  • https://archive.org/details/rathbonegenealog01cool
  • http://archive.org/stream/rathbonegenealog01cool#page/n28/mode/1up
  • Pg.13
  • RICHARD1 RATHBONE, the first of the name in America of whom we have any record, was born about 1574. He married Marion Whipple, sister of Captain John Whipple, who mentions her in his will, made at Ipswich, Essex county, Mass., Dec. 19, 1616. and probated Jan. 28, 1618. They had four children, all sons. So far as we have been able to discover, none of them left issue except John, the youngest. The eldest, the Rev. William Rathbone, resided and preached in Vermont in 1630: he is spoken of in a work published in ???7 and reprinted in "Historical Collections of Massachusetts." Children:
    • 1. William, b. 1598.
    • 2. Joseph, b 1600.
    • 3. Thomas, b. 16 —
    • 4. John, b abt. 1610; m. abt. 1633.
  • JOHN2 RATHBONE (Richard1), born about 1610. He married about 1633, and had one son. John, perhaps others.
    • 1. John, b. abt. 1634; m. Margaret Dodge.
  • .... etc.

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  • 15 Generations of Whipples Descendants of Matthew Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts by Blaine Whipple
  • https://archive.org/details/15generationsofw01whip
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/48/mode/1up
  • THE CHILDREN of Matthew and presumably Joan (maybe Stephens) Whipple were born and married in Essex County, England. Following are their christening dates:
    • i. .... etc.
  • INFORMATION ON THE Matthew Whipple, Sr. family is sketchy but enough is known to establish the beginning.1 Parents of Matthew and his wife Joan have not been identified. The Margaret Whipple buried in Bocking June 13, 1577 is presumed to be Matthew's mother.2 .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/15generationsofw01whip#page/49/mode/1up
  • .... Matthew was buried January 16, 1618-19, probably in his late fifties. .... etc.
  • Matthew's will was very particular in it details. He noted his "messauge with the yard and garden and orchards" was located on "Bradford street in Bocking." He named eldest son Matthew and son John, daughters Jane, Elizabeth, Maria, Amye, Johane, and Anne Pepper; grandchildren Hercules and Margaret Arthur and Henry and Ande Caldam, "my sister, the wife of Richard Rathbone," and Hercules Stephens. With the exception of Stephens, every beneficiary was identified as a relative.
  • .... etc.

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  • Genealogical and Biographical Record of New London County, Connecticut ...
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=wPsnAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA148&lpg=PA148&dq=ANNE+WHIPPLE+1743&source=bl&ots=r4FXvFvB0s&sig=uScsN1gD9c3bl5p2x_qPeKM29bk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwimyonwmb7KAhVWzGMKHejHBJA4ChDoAQgmMAU#v=onepage&q=wHIPPLE&f=false
  • Pg.238
  • .... etc.
  • (I) John Rathbone, son of Richard and Marion (Whipple) Rathbone, born about 1610, was one of the number who met at the house of Dr. John Alcock, in Roxbury, Mass., Aug. 17, 1660, to confer about the purchase of Block Island. He was one of the original sixteen purchasers of that island from Gov. Endicott and three others, who, two years before, had received it from Massachusetts as a grant for public services. He was admitted to full political rights as a freeman of New Shoreham (Block Island) May 4, 1664. In 1676 he was chosen one of the surveyors of highways, and in 1681, 1682, 1683 and 1684, he occupied a place in the Rhode Island General Assembly, as a representative from Block Island. In 1686 he was one of the petitioners to the King of Great Britain in reference to the "Quo Warranto," and in 1688 he was one of the grand jury of Rhode Island. He married Margaret Dodge, and their children were: William, Thomas, John, Joseph, Samuel, Sarah, Margaret and Elizabeth. John Rathbone and his wife Margaret both died in 1702.

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Richard Rathbone's Timeline

1570
November 26, 1570
Prescott, Lanc, ENG
November 26, 1570
Farnworth Chapel, Ditton, Lancashire, En
November 26, 1570
Ditton, Lancashire, England
1598
1598
Age 27
England
1600
1600
Age 29
England
1601
1601
Age 30
England
1610
1610
Age 39
England
1623
November 7, 1623
Age 52
prob Ipswich, MA
1965
April 17, 1965
Age 52
May 27, 1965
Age 52