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About William Sanborn
William and Mary were married in a religious ceremony
on August 2nd, 1671 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hamshire.
•Name: William Sanborn
•Birth: ABT 1622 in Brimpton, England
•Death: 18 NOV 1692 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
•Note: William was a Hampton selectman in 1651, 1660, 1667, 1671, 1677,
and 1683 and often served on town committees.
He took the freeman's oath October 8, 1651 and also served in King Philip's War.
He took the oath for a constable at the Salisbury Court in 1676.
Marriage 1 Mary Moulton b: BEF 24 NOV 1626 in Hemsby, Norfolk, England
•Married: BEF 23 JAN 1649
1. Mephibosheth Sanborn b: 05 NOV 1663 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
2. Mary Sanborn
3. Sarah Sanborn b: 10 FEB 1667 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
4. Stephen Sanborn b: 04 SEP 1671 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
5. Mercy (Mary) Sanborn b: 19 JUL 1660 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
6. Mehitabel Sanborn
7. William Sanborn b: ABT 1652 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
8. Josiah Sanborn b: ABT 1654 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
'William Sanborn (1591 - abt. 1632)
William (John) Sanborn
Born 27 Jun 1591 in Brimpton, Berkshire, England
Son of Edward Samborne and Margaret (Unknown) Sambourne
Husband of Ann (Bachiler) Atkinson — married about 1620 in England
Father of Ann Sanborne, John (Sanborne) Sanborn,
William Sanborn Sr and Stephen (Samborne) Sanborn
Died about Jan 1632 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
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Sanborn-45 created 14 Sep 2010 | Last modified 28 Nov 2016
The first name of the husband of Ann (Bachiler) Sanborn is not known.
Some say he was either John or William and son of Edward Sambourne
and his wife Ann (others say his mother was Margaret)
but none of this has not been proven (or it's been disproven).
V. C. Sanborn states on pg 17 of his book, "Sanborn Genealogy" "XV.
John Samborne, born abt 1591, of whom we have no record.
It is not impossible that he was the Samborne who married Anne Bachiler, but no proof is found".
He is called "John" by Savage, and also in an 1855 family bible entry published 200 years after the fact.
"In the English Samborne family are several members either of whom may have bene the husband of Anne Bachiler. Rev. James Samborne of Upper Clatford, Hants, the next parish to Wherwell, like Stephen Bachiler, was an Oxford man and a Puritan... In Basingstoke, Hants, near Wherwel, we find a John Samborne, Sergt-at-Mace in 1651. In Cholsey, Berks, twenty miles north of Wherwel, Richard Samborne had three children... [including] John of whom we find no further record.... Peter Samborne of London Bridge, goldsmith, had son Markley, b abt 1606. Biography
He was born about 1596. He married about 1620 Ann Bachiler.
May have been Sargent at Mace in Basingstoke in 1641 under his relative, George Baynard.
He died before January 1632 when his widow remarried.
↑ Dow, History of Hampton, N.H. (3rd Printing, June 1977), pgs. 944 ↑ Victor Channing Sanborn, Genealogy of the Family of Samborne or Sanborn in England and America, 1194 -1898, (1898), pg. 56. Victor C. Sanborn was unsure of the identity of Ann Bachiler SANBORN's husband. ↑ In 1991, George F. Sanborn wrote, "The Sanborn Family Association in its continuing search among English records for the father of the three Samborne brothers who settled in Hampton with their maternal grandfather, Rev. Stephen Bachiler ..." ↑ In 1995, Robert Charles Anderson only "closely associated" Stephen Bachiler's first wife, as [Anne?], with the Rev. John Bate. He identified daughter Ann's first husband as only ____ Samborne. Great Migration Begins ... 1:61-69. ↑ "Sanborn Family Bible," in Connecticut Nutmegger, 41(2008):51. This may also be the source for the belief that his wife, Ann (Batchiler) Sanborn came to New England with her sons. ↑ V.C. Sanborn, "The First sanborns of Hampton, NH," in NHEGR 51 (1897):57-58 See also:
Sanborn, Nathan, M.D., Sanborn Family, Boston, MA: New England Historical and Genealogical Register 10(1856). John Sanborn (website) Contributions
Derek White Eowyn Langholf Steve Polson
On 15 Feb 2014 at 23:29 GMT Bob Fredrickson wrote:
Ancestors of George Washington Sanborn
Generation Eight 44. John8 Samborne (Edward, #65) I would really like to see some source information for this connection;427,428 born circa 1579 at Harriard, Hampshire, England; John Sanborn. Internet source needs to be verified;429 baptized 1600; "6. v. Ann, b 1601 m. John Sanborn. The husband of Anne Bachiler, bapt 1600, was one of the Hampshire Samborne's, descended from Nicholas, son of Walter and Margaret (Drew) Samborne of Southcot in Berks, from whom also descended the Samborne's of Timsbury in Somerset;"430 married Anne Bachiler (see #45), daughter of Stephen Bachiler Rev and Ann Bate, circa 1620;431,432 died circa 1630 at England.433
"The husband of Anne Bachiler, bapt 1600, was one of the Hampshire Sambornes, descended from Nicholas, son of Walter and Margaret (Drew) Samborne of Southcot in Berks, from whom also descended the Sambornes of Timsbury and Somerset.."434 He was also known as William Samborne "probably William of Brimpton, Berks).435 He was also known as John Sanborn.436
Children of John8 Samborne and Anne Bachiler (see #45) were as follows:
28. i. Lieutenant John7. ii. William;437,438 born circa 1622 at England.439 iii. Steven;440,441 died at England? 45. Anne8 Bachiler (Stephen, #67);442,443,444 died at England; born 1601 at Wherwell, Hampshire, England;445,446 married John Samborne (see #44), son of Edward Samborne and Elizabeth Jennett, circa 1620;447,448 married Henry Atkinson 20 Jan 1620/21 at Strood, Kent, England.449
On 4 Jul 2013 at 16:19 GMT Dr. Bill Smith Ph.D. wrote:
Totally agree with merger. I haven't done recent research...
Happy to collaborate and help, how I can.
On 4 Jul 2013 at 13:32 GMT Toby Rockwell wrote:
Duplicate John Sanborns need to be merged, but the birth dates, location, and death location need resolution ___________________
- MOULTON, Mary
- b. ABT 1626 England
- d. 11 OCT 1686 Hampton, Rockingham, NH.
- Spouse: SANBORN, William
- b. 1622 England
- d. 1692
- Father: SANBORN, John
- Mother: BATCHELDER, Ann
- SANBORN, William
- SANBORN, Josiah
- SANBORN, Mercy
- SANBORN, Mephibosheth
- SANBORN, Sarah
- SANBORN, Stephen
- From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_183.htm#85
William Sanborn's Timeline
November 11, 1622
Brimpton, Berkshire, England
Rockingham, Massachussetts Bay Colony
July 19, 1645
Hampton, Upper Plantation, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Hampton, (Present Rockingham County), North Plantation (Present New Hampshire), (Present USA)
Hampton, Old Norfolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA
July 19, 1660
Hampton, Old Norfolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
November 5, 1663
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States