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William Wilbore

Also Known As: "William /Wilbor/", "William /Wilbore/"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex, England
Death: Died in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, United States
Place of Burial: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Wilbore and Ann (Immigrant) Bradford
Husband of Martha Wilbore
Father of Mary Mowry; Joseph Wilbur; John Wilbore; Thomas Wilbore; William Wilbore, II and 5 others
Half brother of John Wilbore and Samuel Wilbore

Occupation: weaver of cloth
Managed by: Gwyneth McNeil
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About William Wilbore

From "American Ancestors", New England Historic and Genealogical Society, Volume 113, pp 101-102

It is not known when William came to America, but according to the Manor Rolls of Braintree, co Essex, England he bought land in Braintree of Jonas Webb on 30 March 1647, as William Wilbore, son of John. On 2 Jan. 1650 he sold this land to Thomas Rowell and Mary, his wife. According to these transactions William was not married in 1647, for usually in the Manor Rolls the name of the wife is given when a person buys land.

We do not hear of William again until July 1654, when his cousin, Samuel Wilbore, transferred ten acres of land to him in Portsmouth, land that belonged formerly to Thomas Emmons.

William Wilbore's will was made 1 March 1710 and proved in Portsmouth 15 Aug. 1710. His children were never recorded, but are all given in his will. Arnold's "Vital Records of Rhode Island" gives a list of his children in both Little Compton and Tiverton, with the years of birth, but on looking at the original records in Little Compton they are not to be found. They are, however, in Otis Wilbor's transcript of the records in Little Compton and are also given in the same way in a fairly modern book in Tiverton, which gives the year of birth of the children and also his own birth, namely, 1630. This would seem to be the work of Otis Wilbor, who died in 1856, and consequently the births given are only approximate. The original will of William Wilbore is in the hands of Mrs. Edward P. Garland of Wellesley Hills, Mass., a descendant. In signing William always makes a mark or "W" for Wilbore. His lack of education is rather surprising when you consider that his cousin, Samuel, and his three sons could write, and the son, Shadrach, was a beautiful penman. This situation would seem to come from a difference of environment and would be easily explained if we know that John Wilbore of Braintree, who went to the Isle of Old Providence off South America, was William's father, John.

If John Wilbore returned to Braintree in 1641, after the Spaniards conquered Old Providence, and brought with him our William, it would fit in with his buying the land in Braintree in 1647.


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  • Birth: May 21, 1630 Braintree Essex, England
  • Death: Apr. 15, 1710 Tiverton Newport CountyRhode Island, USA
  • Son of John Wilbore and Joan/Joanna Drane of Braintree, Co.Essex, England. (NEHGR 112:111 and 113:99-100)
  • First Husband of Martha ----, married about 1653.
  • Children: Mary Wilbore Mowry, Joseph Wilbore, John Wilbore, Thomas Wilbore, William Wilbor, Martha Wilbore Sherman, Samuel Wilbore, Daniel Wilbore, Joanna Wilbore Potter, and Benjamin Wilbore.

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It is uncertain whom he married. He had nine children. The record of their births is as follows:

  1. Mary, born in 1654, died 1720, married Joseph Mowry
  2. Joseph, born 1656, died May 4, 1729, married Ann Brownell
  3. John, born 1658
  4. Thomas, born 1659
  5. Wil1iam, born Dec 1660, died 1738. Married first --- Tallman, married second Joan Biggs
  6. Martha, born 1662/3, married William Sherman
  7. Samuel, born 1664, died 1740, married Mary Potter
  8. Daniel, born 1666, died 1741, married Ann Barney
  9. Joan, born 1668, died 1729, married Nathaniel Potter
  10. Benjamin, born 1670, died 1729, married first Mary Kinnicut and married second Elizabeth Head

There is a record dated May 12, 1681, of the marriage of Thomas Sherman of Marshfield to “Martha, daughter of William Wilbor of Portsmouth, R.I.” Martha must have been nineteen at that date. This only assists in establishing the early history of his family.

William died early in 1710, aged eighty.


Created will - March 1, 1710

aka - William Wilbore

1665 - juryman at Portsmouth

1668 - Constable

1669 - Grand Juryman

1672 - Member of the Court

1678 - Deputy to the General Assembly at Warwick, Portsmouth, Newport and Providence Plantations

1680 - Tax collector


According to Little Compton Families, published by the Little Compton Historical Society, the earliest settlers of the Plymouth Colony, seeking to expand their boundaries, discovered a "garden spot" called Sogkonnet, meaning "haunt of the black goose" in the language of the inhabitants, the Sogkonitte tribe of Indians. The land was later called Sakonnet until 1682, when it was incorporated by Plymouth Colony and renamed Little Compton. In 1747, the town, along with Barrington, Bristol, Cumberland, Tiverton, and Warren was ceded by Massachusetts to Rhode Island, and Little Compton became an incorporated town of Rhode Island.


"Possibly the nephew of Samuel Wilbour of Boston and Taunton. Deputy 1678"

This is what is written in our book, but I have found some info that indicates William is the son of Samuel Wilbur. Here is the link to the googlebook.

http://books.google.com/books?id=MVoEAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA343&lpg=PA343&dq=william+wilbur+1630&source=bl&ots=gqOtfgLQiW&sig=8qkbfggXNQvEgrAkAX9QgK90eSE&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=6&ct=result#PPA342,M1

I am going to include Samuel in our tree as his father, please let me know if any of you find anything that would contradict this.


William Wilbore

Birth: circa 1630, Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex, England

Death: circa 1710, Portsmouth, Newport, RI, (will Dated) Father: John Wilbore b. 1594, Of, Braintree &, Hollis Grove, Essex, England

Mother: Joan/Joanna Drane b. 1595, Felsted, Essex, United Kingdom

Siblings: John Wilbore and Samuel Wilbore

Marriage: about 1653 (First Husband of Martha Holmes)

Spouse: Martha Holmes Wilbore b. circa 1636, Portsmouth, Newport, RI

Children: Mary Mowry; Joseph Wilbor; John Wilbore; Thomas Wilbore; William Wilbore, Jr.; Martha Wilbore; Samuel Wilbor of Rhode Island; Daniel Wilbor; Joanna Wilbore and Benjamin Wilbor

Burial:

Seaconnet Cemetery, Main Road, Rt 77, Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island

Also known as: Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Little Compton#10, Sakonnet Cemetery, Wilbour Family Cemetery

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Curator Note from Hatte Blejer (11/13/2011): I believe that this is the William Wilbore who Samuel Wilbore and Ann Smith raised as their own son. Their William - A SEPARATE PROFILE - died in England. This William was possibly a nephew or cousin. Appears to be a great nephew.

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William Wilbore (son of John Wilbore and Joan Drane) was born 21 May 1630 in Braintree, Essex County, England, and died 15 Apr 1710 in Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island.He married Martha Holmes on 1653 in Newport County, Rhode Island.

Includes NotesNotes for William Wilbore:

Sources: 1. Little Compton Families, Benjamin Franklin Wilbour: Cousin of Samuel Wilbore of Boston and descendant of John, Joseph, Nicholas and Maybe Thomas Wilbore, born about 1630 in Braintree, Essex County, England, died in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island in 1710. He married Martha Unknown. He was called cousin several times in the will of Samuel Wilbore Junior, the son of Samuel Wilbore of Boston, who was born in Braintree, England, the son of Nicholas and Elizabeth Wilbore of Sible Heddingham, Essex County, England, and grandson of Nicholas and Ann Wilbore of Colchester, Essex County, England. He first appeared in the legal records when his cousin Samuel of Boston transferred him a piece of land in Portsmouth, July 10, 1654. He also owned land touching the land of Samuel senior and also of Samuel junior in Portsmouth, on the west road near the coal mines. He lived on the farm which later became the Burrington Anthony farm, on the road that leads to the ferry, bound on the south by Freeborne Street. Besides owning lands in Portsmouth, he bought much land in Little Compton and about 1690 four of his sons settled there-- Samuel, William junior, John and Joseph. He had two other sons, Daniel who settled in Swansea, and Benjamin who settled in Dartsmouth. Samuel owned what is now Oliver H. Wilbor Place, Joseph settled on the place later owned by Walter Bullock on the Long Highway, and son William owned what was afterwards the Ephraim Sisson place near the south shore. In the will of William Wilbore of Portsmouth, recorded there, dated March 1, 1710, he gives as follows: "...To son John Wilbore's two children, John and Mary Records, 30 pounds; to son Daniel Wilbore all land in the first division, great neck in Swansea; to son Samuel 43 pounds which he owes me and then to their children; to son Joseph Wilbore 100 pounds in money; to son John Wilbore 20 pounds in money; to son Benjamin Wilbore the money which is due me from Daniel Wilbore; to daughter Mary Sherman 10 pounds, to daughter Joan 10 pounds; to four sons John, William, Joseph and Samuel, all my lands that I now have in the township of Little Compton equally divided between them..." 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, Press of George W. King Printing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 1933, page 35. 3. 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 275-277, 310. 4. Vital Record of Rhode Island 1636-1850, First Series, Births, Marriages & Deaths, A Family Register for the People, James N. Arnold, Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register, "Is My Name Written in the Book of Life?" Published under the Auspices of the General Assembly, Providence, Rhode Island, Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, 1803, Volume 4, Litle Compton, Part VI, page 181. Wilbor, William, died 1710. 5. Little Compton, Rhode Island, Cemetery Inscriptions, available at: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ri/newport/cemetery/cemetery.txt William Wilbore. 1630-1710. His wife Martha Unknown of Portsmouth, Rhode Island. 6. The Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries Transcription Project Index, available at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~rigenweb/cemetery/cemetery384.html Last Name: Wilbore First Name: William Birth: 1630 Death: 1710 Cemetery#: LC010 More About William Wilbore: Ancestral File Number: 23RQ-3NB. Ancestral File Number 2: 9FX-MX. Baptised: 27 Aug 1626 Burial: Unknown, The New Wilbor or Seaconnet Cemetery/Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island. More About William Wilbore and Martha Holmes: Marriage: 1653, Newport County, Rhode Island. Children of William Wilbore and Martha Holmes are:

   +Joseph Wilbore, b. 1656, Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island, d. 04 May 1729, Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island.

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1. DATA FOR BIRTH & ANCESTRY OF THIS WILLIAM WILBORE IS CONFLICTING, BUT LIKELY BORN ABOUT 1626 AS SON OF JOHN & JOANWILBORE OF BRAINTREE, ESSEX, ENGLAND, GRANDSON OF JOSEPH & MARY WILBORE AND GT-GRANDSON OF NICHOLAS & ANN WILBORE

    (1) See article: "The English Ancestry of Samuel Wilbore, of Boston, and William Wilbore, of Portsmouth, R.I.," by Benjamin Franklin Wilbour, The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, April 1959, vol. 113, pp. 94-104 
    "William Wilbore was the son of John Wilbore of Braintree [Esssex, England], grandson of Joseph and Mary Wilbore of Braintree, and great-grandson of Nicholas and Ann Wilbore of Colchester, later of Braintree."
    "9. JOHN WILBORE (Joseph3, Nicholas2, Thomas1 ?), of Braintree in 1642 and admitted that year to land called Hollis Grove with brothers Nicholas and William, married in Felsted, co. Essex, 6 Aug. 1616, JOAN DRAKE.  They were the parents of William Wilbore of Portsmouth, R. I."
    "12.  WILLIAM WILBORE  (John4, Joseph3, Nicholas2, Thomas1 ?), of Braintree, co. Essex, England, and Portsmouth, R. I., married either in England or America, MARTHA________.
     "It is not known when William came to America, but according to the Manor Rolls of Braintree he bought land in Braintree of John Webb on 30 March 1647, as William

Wilbore, son of John. On 2 Jan. 1650 he sold this land to Thomas Rowell and Mary his wife. According to these transactions, William was not married in 1647, for usually in the Manor Rolls the name of the wife is given when a person buys land.

    "We do not hear of William again until 10 July 1654, when his cousin, Samuel Wilbore, transferred ten acres of land to him in Portsmouth, land that had belonged formerly to Thomas Emmons.
    "William Wilbore's will was made 1 March 1710 ad proved in Portsmouth 15 Aug. 1710. His children were never recorded, but are all given in his will.
    "Arnold's "Vital Records of Rhode Island" gives a list of his children in both Little Compton and Tiverton, with the years of birth, but on looking at the original records in Little Compton they are not to be found. They are, however, in Otis Wilbor's transcript of the records in Little Compton and are also given in the same way in a fairly modern book in Tiverton, which gives the year of birth of the children and also his own birth, namely, 1630. This would seem to be the work of Otis Wilbor, who died in 1856, and consequently the births given are only approximate. The original will if William Wilbore is in the hands of Mrs. Edward P. Garland of Wellesley Hills, Mass., a descendant. In signing William always makes a mark or "W" for Wilbore. His lack of education is rather surprising when you consider that his cousin, Samuel, and his three sons could write, and the son, Shadrach, was a beautiful penman. This situation would seem to come from a difference of environment and would be easily explained if we know that John Wilbore of Braintree, who went to the Isle of Old Providence off South America, was William's father, John.
    [Excerpts re:] Children, probably born in Portsmouth:

I.. MARY, b. about 1654; d. 17 A'p;ril 1720; m. JOSEPH MOWREY II. JOSEPH, b. about 1656; d. in Little Compton 4 May 1729; . m. 4 May 1683 ANN BROWNELL iii. JOHN, b. 1658; m. HANNAH _______ iv. THOMAS, b. abt 1659; m. MARY ________ v. WILLIAM, b. b. in December 16660; d. in Little Compton in 1738; m. (1) _______ TALLMAN; M. (2) JOAN BRIGGS vi. MARTHA, b. about 1662; m. 12 May 1681, WILLIAM SHERMAN vii. SAMUEL, b. about 1664; d. in Little Compton in 1740; m. MARY POTTER viii. DANIEL, b. about 1666; d. in Swansea, Mass. 28 Nov. 1741; m. ANN BARNEY ix. JOANNA, b. abou 1668; d. about 1759; m. NATHANIEL POTTER x. BENJAMIN, b. about 1670; d. in Dartmouth, Mass., in 1729; m. (1), in Little Compton, 22 Jun 1700, MARY KINNICUT; m.(2) in Little Compton, 2 Nov. 1710, ELIZABETH HEAD.

    (2)   If this William Wilbore bought land in 1647, he must have been born before 1630 or he would have only been 17 at the time of the purchase of the land.  Apparently the estimated date of 1630 was first claimed in a work by Otis Wilbore, who died in 1856 and who would not have been aware of the 1647 & 1650 land transactions in Braintree, England.  It is possible that William Wilbore went to the Isle of Old Providence off the coast of South America with his father John, who, in 1631, signed his name to an agreement with several other Braintree men to join that settlement.  The Spaniards drove the English from that settlement in 1641.  John, with son William, probably returned to Braintree at that time and the next year he and his two brothers were admitted to land called Hollis Grove that is located in both Braintree and Hocking.
    The records for the Braintree parish, Essex, England prior to 1660 were destroyed and baptism/christening data for that period of time is unavailable.  Copies of the wills for that period are available, however, and have proven to be most useful.
    (3) DATA FROM WILL SUMMARY [CONTRIBUTED TO ANCESTRY.COM BY :"kusnickj"]
Proved 15 aug 1710, executor, son Joseph.  Overseers, John and WIlliam Wilbur. 
    To son John Wilbur's two children, John Wilbur and Mary Rocords, 30 pounds equally, due by bond from said John Wilbur.  To son Daniel, land at Shawamoke Great Neck.  To son Samuel, 48 pounds for his children equally.  To daughter Mary Mowry's grandchildren, 20 pounds due from her.  To son William, 50 pounds.  To son Joseph, 100 pounds.  To son John, 30 pounds. To son Benjamin, the money due me by bond from Daniel Wilcox, deceased.  To daughter Martha Sherman, 20 pounds.  To daughter Jane, 10 pounds, and great kettle of iron.  To four sons John, William, Joseph and Samuel, all my land in Little Compton equally.  To all grandchildren, equally, the rest of estate.

2. BIRTH, MAIDEN NAME & MARRIAGE DATA FOR MARTHA, WIFE OF WILLIAM WILBORE, CAN'T BE VERIFIED - POSSIBLY HOLMES, BUT IF SO NOT 1640 DAUGHTER OF OBIDIAH HOLMES

    (1) See article: "The English Ancestry of Samuel Wilbore, of Boston, and William Wilbore, of Portsmouth, R.I.," by Benjamin Franklin Wilbour, The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, April 1959, vol. 113, pp. 94-104 
    "12.  WILLIAM WILBORE  (John4, Joseph3, Nicholas2, Thomas1 ?), of Braintree, co. Essex, England, and Portsmouth, R. I., married either in England or America, MARTHA________.
     "It is not known when William came to America, but according to the Manor Rolls of Braintree he bought land in Braintree of John Webb on 30 March 1647, as William

Wilbore, son of John. On 2 Jan. 1650 he sold this land to Thomas Rowell and Mary his wife. According to these transactions, William was not married in 164y7, for usually in the Manor Rolls the name of the wife is given when a person buys land.

     "We do not hear of William again until 10 July 1654, when his cousin, Samuel Wilbore, transferred ten acres of land to him in Portsmouth, land that had belonged formerly to Thomas Emmons."
    (2) MRS. MARTHA WILBORE [CONTRIBUTED TO ANCESTRY.COM BY "Mindyw97"]

Birth: unknown Death: unknown

     She is NOT the daughter of  Rev. Obadiah Holmes and  Catherine Hyde. Their daughter Martha was born at Newport,RI on May 13,1640 (much too late to be the mother of Wilbore children born in the early 1650's), and she married  John Odlin.

Obadiah Holmes mentions a daughter Martha Odlin in his will of 1682. William Wilbore lived until 1710, and John Odlin lived until 1711. William Wilbore and John Odlin had children whose dates of birth overlapped.

    (3) His wife Martha is not mentioned in the will of William Wilbore written on 1 March 1709/1710, so she must have already died prior to that date - probably in Portsmouith, Rhode Island, as that is indicated as the place of William in his will.

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   List of early settlers of Rhode Island. (2015, June 11). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 16:53, August 13, 2015, from [1] 
   "At a meeting of the General Assembly in Newport in May 1677, the following 48 individuals were granted 100-acre tracts in East Greenwich "for the services rendered during King Phillip's War. (William Wilbore, cousin of Samuel Wilbore)". 

Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, in New England: 1678-1706; John Russell Bartlett, January 1, 1858; A. C. Greene and brothers, state printers

Note: LITTLE COMPTON FAMILIES, page 707. Cousin of Samuel Wilbore of Boston and descendant of John, Joseph, Nicholas and maybe Thomas Wilbore. He was called cousin several times in the will of Samuel Wilbore, Jr., the son of Samuel Wilbore of Boston, who was born in Braintree, England, the son of Nicholas and Elizabath Wilbore of Sible Heddingham, Essex County, England and grandson of Nicholas and Ann Wilbore of Colchester, Essex County, England. He first appeared in the legal records when his cousin Samuel of Boston transferred to him a piece of land in Portsmouth, 10 July 1654. He also owned land touching the land of Samuel Sr. and also of Samuel Jr. in Portsmouth, on the west road there near the coal mines. He lived on the farm which later became the Burrington Anthony farm, on the road that leads to the ferry, bound on the south of Freeborne Street. Besides owning land in Portsmouth, he bought much land in Little Compton and about 1690 four of his sons settled there--Samuel, William Jr., John and Joseph. He had two other sons, Daniel who settled in Swansea, and Benjamin who settled in Dartmouth. Samuel owned what is now the Oliver H. Wilbor Place, Joseph settled on what was later the Isaac W. Howland place on the road south of the Commons, John settled on the place later owned by Walter Bullock on the Long Highway, and son William owned what was afterwards the Ephraim Sisson place near the South Shore. In the will of William Wilbore of Portsmouth, recorded there, dated 1 March 1710 and proved 15 Aug. 1710, he gives as follows: "...To son John Wilbore's two children, John and Mary Records, 30 pounds; to son Daniel Wilbore all land in the first division, great neck in Swansea; to son Samuel 43 pounds which he owes me; to daughter Mary Mowrey money that she owes me and then to her children; to son Joseph Wilbore 100 pounds in money; to son John Wilbore 20 pounds in money; to son Benjamin Wilbore the money which is due me from Daniel Wilcox; to daughter Martha Sherman 10 pounds and to daughter Joan 10 pounds; to four sons, John, William, Joseph and Samuel, all my lands that I now have in the township of LC equally divided between them..." Name

   Name: William /Wilbore/[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] 

Birth

       Date: 21 May 1630 
       Place: Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA[11][12][13][14][15][16] 

Death

       Date: 15 Apr 1710 
       Place: Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA[17][18][19][20][21][22] 

NATHANIEL and JOAN (WILBORE) POTTER FAMILY

Generation No. 1

1. NATHANIEL POTTER (NATHANIEL, NATHANIEL) was born Abt. 1669, and died November 1, 1736 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts. He married JOAN/JANE WILBORE, daughter of WILLIAM WILBORE and MARTHA. Their children were:

2. William POTTER 3. Mary POTTER Research Notes

   Tiverton was incorporated by English colonists in 1694 as part of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. In 1746, in the final settlement of a long colonial boundary dispute between Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Tiverton was annexed to Rhode Island by Royal Decree (together with its fellow towns along the eastern shore of Narragansett Bay, Barrington, Bristol and Little Compton, and the town of Cumberland, to the north of Providence). Tiverton was incorporated as a town of Rhode Island in 1747. Until that year, Tiverton also controlled the area of East Freetown, Massachusetts, as an outpost. The boundary settlement of 1746 had put East Freetown in Massachusetts, and in 1747 it was purchased by Freetown.Wilbur-403 08:32, 27 March 2016 (EDT) 

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   ↑ Source: #S-2134467648 Page: Birth year: 1630; Birth city: Little Compton; Birth state: RI. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=2776792&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Birth date: 21 May 1630 Birth place: Little Compton, RI Death date: 15 April 1710 Death place: Tiverton, RI Marriage date: 1646 Marriage place: Newport, RI APID: 1,4725::2776792
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467648 Page: Birth year: 1630; Birth city: Little Compton; Birth state: RI. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=2776906&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Birth date: 21 May 1630 Birth place: Little Compton, Newport, RI Death date: 15 April 1710 Death place: Tiverton, Newport, RI Marriage date: 1653 Marriage place: Newport, RI APID: 1,4725::2776906
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467648 Page: Birth year: 1630; Birth city: Portsmouth; Birth state: RI. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=4925893&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Birth date: 1630 Birth place: Portsmouth, New Port, RI Death date: 1710 Death place: Marriage date: 1653 Marriage place: APID: 1,4725::4925893
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467450 Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepoold&h=2841854&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Death date: 15 April 1710 Death place: Tiverton, Newport, RI, USA APID: 1,5771::2841854
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467450 Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepoold&h=2841843&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Death date: 1710 Death place: Tiverton, Newport, RI, USA APID: 1,5771::2841843
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467450 Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepoold&h=2841671&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Death date: 15 April 1710 Death place: Tiverton, RI, USA APID: 1,5771::2841671
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467648 Page: Birth year: 1630; Birth city: Little Compton; Birth state: RI. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=2776792&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Birth date: 21 May 1630 Birth place: Little Compton, RI Death date: 15 April 1710 Death place: Tiverton, RI Marriage date: 1646 Marriage place: Newport, RI APID: 1,4725::2776792
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467648 Page: Birth year: 1630; Birth city: Little Compton; Birth state: RI. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=2776906&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Birth date: 21 May 1630 Birth place: Little Compton, Newport, RI Death date: 15 April 1710 Death place: Tiverton, Newport, RI Marriage date: 1653 Marriage place: Newport, RI APID: 1,4725::2776906
   ↑ Source: #S-2134467648 Page: Birth year: 1630; Birth city: Portsmouth; Birth state: RI. Note: http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=genepool&h=4925893&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt Note: Data: Text: Birth date: 1630 Birth place: Portsmouth, New Port, RI Death date: 1710 Death place: Marriage date: 1653 Marriage place: APID: 1,4725::4925893
   http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~picknell/potter/NPotter.html 
   Wilbur Family Geneaology prepared by Orina Delano Reagan [Delano-852] (10th generation in America), daughter of Joseph Kempton Delano [Delano-849] and Dora Wadsworth Wilbur [Wilbur-420] (9th generation in America). Sources unknown.Wilbur-403 19:38, 31 October 2015 (EDT) 
   Find A Grave Memorial #23367798. 
   Source: S-2134467450 Repository: #R-2145852656 Title: Family Data Collection - Deaths Author: Edmund West, comp. Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001. Note: APID: 1,5771::0
   Repository: R-2145852656 Name: Ancestry.com 
   Source: S-2134467495 Repository: #R-2145852656 Title: U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Author: Yates Publishing Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004 
   Source: S-2134467648 Repository: #R-2145852656 Title: Family Data Collection - Individual Records Author: Edmund West, comp. Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. Note: APID: 1,4725::0 
   Source: S-2134467450 Repository: #R-2145852656 Title: Family Data Collection - Deaths Author: Edmund West, comp. Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001. Note: APID: 1,5771::0, Repository: R-2145852656 Name: Ancestry.com 
   Source: S-2134467495 Repository: #R-2145852656 Title: U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Author: Yates Publishing Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004 
   Source: S-2134467648 Repository: #R-2145852656 Title: Family Data Collection - Individual Records Author: Edmund West, comp. Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. Note: APID: 1,4725::0 

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Little Compton Families By Benjamin Franklin Wilbour

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William Wilbore's Timeline

1619
1619
1626
August 27, 1626
<Sible Hedingham, Essex, England>
1630
May 21, 1630
Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex, England
1654
1654
Age 23
Tiverton, Newport, Ri
1656
1656
Age 25
Portsmouth,Newport,Rhode Island
1658
1658
Age 27
Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island
1659
1659
Age 28
Portsmouth,New Port,Rhode Island
1660
December 25, 1660
Age 30
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)
1662
1662
Age 31
Portsmouth, Aquidneck Island, Colony of Rhode Island