Family:Nicholas Busby and Bridget Cocke (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][3] 24 Jun 1605 Norwich, Norfolk, EnglandSt. Mary's Coslany
Children
BirthDeath
1.
chr. 19 Nov 1606 Norwich, Norfolk, England
bur. 25 Jun 1608 Norwich, Norfolk, England
2.
chr. 2 Feb 1607/8 Norwich, Norfolk, England
3.
Bef 10 Sep 1657
4.
chr. 12 Jan 1611/2 Norwich, Norfolk, England
bur. 23 Sep 1614 Norwich, Norfolk, England
5.
bur. 24 Sep 1614 Norwich, Norfolk, England
6.
aft 27 Nov 1661
7.
chr. 9 Feb 1616/7 Norwich, Norfolk, England
bur. 10 Apr 1669 Norwich, Norfolk, England
8.
9.
10.
chr. 22 Apr 1622 Norwich, Norfolk, England
11.
chr. 31 Jan 1627/8 Norwich, Norfolk, England

Richard L. Bush includes another child in this family:

'Thomas Busby [child of Nicholas and Bridget (Cocke) Busby], b. probably in St. Mary Coslany, say 1607, bur. St. Clements, Norwich, 28 Jan. 1635/6; m. All Saints, Norwich, 10 Sept. 1626, Anne Reade.’ Three known children listed, with baptismal and/or burial dates: Elizabeth, Ellen, Elizabeth[2]

However, it would appear that there is no room in this family for another child born early enough to have married in 1626 (Richard was baptized 17 months after his parents were married, and Anne was baptized 15 months later). Since we don't really know when Thomas was born and whether or not his 1626 marriage was his first marriage, it is possible that he was a brother, cousin or nephew of Nicholas.

References
  1. Bush, Richard L. The English Ancestry of William and Anne (Busby) Nickerson of Chatham, Massachusetts, and of Nicholas and Bridget (Cocke) Busby of Boston. American Genealogist (D.L. Jacobus). (Oct 2011 (published May 2013)), 85:251.

    'Nicholas [Busby, son of Nicholas] married at St. Mary Coslany, Norwich, Norfolk, on 24 June 1605, Bridget Cocke.'

  2. Bush, Richard L. The English Ancestry of William and Anne (Busby) Nickerson of Chatham, Massachusetts, and of Nicholas and Bridget (Cocke) Busby of Boston. American Genealogist (D.L. Jacobus). (Oct 2011 (published May 2013)), 85:252.
  3. St. Mary's Coslany Church: [1]