Person:Elizabeth Browne (21)

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Elizabeth Browne
b.est 1621
  1. Elizabeth Browneest 1621 - 1689
  • HJohn Hawks1613 - 1662
  • WElizabeth Browneest 1621 - 1689
m. abt 1642
  1. John Hawks1643 - 1676
  2. Nathaniel Hawks1644/5 - AFT 1662
  3. Elizabeth Hawks1646/7 - 1681
  4. Ann Hawks1648 - 1705
  5. Isaac Hawks1650 - 1659
  6. Mary Hawks1652 - 1729
  7. Joanna Hawkes1654 - 1729
  8. Eleazer (Eleizer) Hawks (Hawkes)1655 - 1726/27
  9. Sarah Hawks1657 - 1751
  10. Gershom Hawks1659 - 1681
m. EST 1660
  • HThomas Dibbleabt 1613 - 1700
  • WElizabeth Browneest 1621 - 1689
m. 25 Jun 1683
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Browne
Gender Female
Birth? est 1621
Marriage abt 1642 to John Hawks
Marriage EST 1660 to Deacon Robert Hinsdale
Marriage 25 Jun 1683 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Thomas Dibble
Death[1][3] 25 Sep 1689 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
Ancestral File Number 8TJ4-MG

Elizabeth was referred as “kinswomen Elizabeth Hawks of Hadley” in Nathaniel Ward’s will. Nathaniel was the son of Edward Ward of Little Wrathing, Suffolk. Edward's will of 9 Jan 1620 names his wife Judith, kids Nathaniel, Edward, Lydia, Mary, Rebecca, and Susan. Susan was the widow of Robert Browne. Her 22 Mar 1626 will refers to her mother Judith, sisters Rebecca Ward and Mary Cutting and “Elizabeth Browne, daughter of my brother-in-law William Browne” The missing sister here is Lydia, who married William.

After John’s death, Elizabeth remarried Robert Hinsdale, but it didn’t work out and she soon moved home. They were cited for living apart and there was a court dispute over the matter that was not yet resolved by his death in 1675.


Two children died young.

References
  1. Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Windsor Vital Records:71 (typescript).

    'Dibble,...Elizabeth,w.Thomas,Sr.,d.Sept.25,1689 (Note by LBB:"Elizabeth(Hinsdale)Deble")'

  2.   Lane, Imogene Hawks. John Hawks, A Founder of Hadley, Massachusetts after a Sojourn of Twenty Four Years at Windsor, Connecticut: thirteen generations is America. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1989, 1989).
  3. Welles, Edwin Stanley. Births, marriages and deaths returned from Hartford, Windsor and Fairfield: and entered in the early land records of the colony of Connecticut. (Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1898), pages 54, 57.

    'DEATHS IN WINDSOR. ...
    Elizabeth wife of Thomas deble senr. dyed septr. 25 1689'