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Thomas Wilbore

Birthdate: (82)
Birthplace: West Riding, Tewin, Hertfordshire, England
Death: June 22, 1564 (78-86)
Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of John Wilbore and Margaret Wilbore
Husband of Alice Wilbore
Father of Nicholas Wilbore, Sr; John Wilbore and Joan Brett

Occupation: Tailor, Tailor 1564 Colchester, Justice of the peace 09/20/1549, 09/1555 he was elected head baliff for the common council, Justice of the Peace, Head Bailiff for the Common Council
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About Thomas Wilbore

Thomas Wilbore was born Abt. 1482 in Royston, York County, England, and died Bet. 20 Jan 1563/64 - 22 Jun 1564 in Colchester, Essex County, England.He married Alice Unknown on Abt. 1504 in Colchester, Essex County, England.

Includes NotesNotes for Thomas Wilbore:

Sources: 1. English Origins of New England Families, From the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, First Series in Three Volumes,Selected and Introducced by Gary Boyd Roberts, With an Index by Judith Mc Ghan, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. 1984, Volume 3, pages 303-304. Thomas Wilbore of Colcester, Essex County, England, taylor, born in Royston in the West Riding of York County, we will say about 1482, died between January 20 and June 22, 1564. He married Alice Unknown. According to the court rolls of Colcester of September 30, 1549, Thomas Wilbore, born in Ruston (Royston), Yorkshire, Taylor was made justice of the peace. On September 6, 1555 there were bailiffs elected for the town council. On the head ward was Thomas Wilboere, William Simpson, John Jankyn and John Dethick. On this date Richard Wilbore was admitted a burgess, born in Notton in York County, sherman or shereman, the sureties being Thomas Wilbore and Richard Whale. On September 30, 1562, Thomas Wilbore and his wife, Alice, made a deed, and for the consideration of 26 pounds, 13 shillings and 4 pense paid to them by William Ram of Saint Peters parish in Colchester, and sold and confirmed to "said William Ram all that tenement with garden adjoining, formerly the house of John Holmes and afterwards of Thomas Lawrence and later of James Cole and Ellen his wife, situate in Holy Trinity Parish, beyond the shire gate between the lot called Berishane on the north side, and the highway leading towards a certain grene call Saint John's Greene on the south side which tenement and garden I had myself from Henry Asshely, late of Colchester, shereman and Joan his wife as can more fully be seen by deed of January 7, 1558. To have and to hold by William Ram and Marion his wife, dated September 30, 1562. Further from the Colchester Court Rolls, January 20, 1562. "Thomas Wylbore in court against Thomas Vincent for trespass. 4 pense." June 22, 1564."Alice Wilbore, widow, and administratrix of the goods and chattels of Thomas Wilbore, Deceased vs George Wright for debt 11 shillings and 4 pense." 2. The Wildbores in America A Family Tree Originally Published in 1907, Revised and Augmented in this Second Edition, John Reid Wilbor & Benjamin Franklin Wilbour, 1933, George W. King Printing Company, Baltimore, Maryland More About Thomas Wilbore and Alice Unknown: Marriage: Abt. 1504, Colchester, Essex County, England. Children of Thomas Wilbore and Alice Unknown are:

   +Nicholas Wilbore, b. Abt. 1504, Colchester, Essex County, England, d. 16 Sep 1583, Braintree, Essex County, England.
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Thomas Wilbore's Timeline

Tewin, Hertfordshire, England
Age 22
Colchester, Essex, England, United Kingdom
Age 26
Colchester, Essex, England
Age 30
Coggeshell, Essex, England
June 22, 1564
Age 82
Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom
September 8, 1961
Age 82
November 15, 1961
Age 82