Person:Mary Bowne (3)

m. 7 May 1656
  1. John Bowne1656/57 - 1673
  2. Elizabeth Bowne1658 - 1721/22
  3. Mary Bowne1660/61 - 1728
  4. Abigail Bowne1662/63 - 1688
  5. Hannah Bowne1665 - 1707
  6. Samuel Bowne1667 - 1745
  7. Dorothy Bowne1669 - 1690
  8. Son BowneAbt 1671 - Abt 1671
  9. Martha Johanna Bowne1673 - 1750
  10. Son BowneAbt 1675 - Abt 1675
m. Bef 1680
  1. Hannah Thorne1680 - 1761
  2. Joseph Thorne1682 - 1772
  3. William Thorne1684 - bet 1742
  4. Mary Thorne1686 - 1768
  5. Susannah Thorne1688 - 1728
  6. John Thorne1690 - 1769
  7. Thomas Thorne1692/93 - 1757
  8. Benjamin Thorne1694/95 -
  9. Abraham Thorne1696 - 1765
  10. Isaac Thorne1698 - 1768
  11. Jacob Thorne1700 - 1759
  12. Sarah Thorne1702/03 - bef 1738
Facts and Events
Name Mary Bowne
Alt Name Mary Boune?
Gender Female
Birth[1][4][6] 6 Jan 1660/61 Flushing, Queens, New York, United States
Marriage Bef 1680 Flushing, Queens, New York, United StatesBased on birth of eldest known child
to Joseph Thorne
Death[5] 1728 Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey
Burial? Lee Burial Ground, Middlesex, New Jersey

Mary [Maria] BOWNE

Mary or Maria Bowne was born on January 6, 1660/1 in Flushing, Long Island, Colonial New Amsterdam.[3] Maria's childhood home is still in existence in Flushing. Maria married Joseph Thorne in 1680, Flushing, Long Island, Colonial New Amsterdam. Maria and Joseph Thorne appeared in the 1698 census of Flushing, Long Island, Colonial New Amsterdam. This was a second marriage for Joseph. Joseph Thorne, son of William Thorne and Susannah "Sarah" Booth, was born about 1642 in Flushing, Long Island, Colonial New Amsterdam.[3] Joseph appeared in the 1698 census of Flushing, Long Island, Colonial New Amsterdam. He died in May 1727 at the age of 85 in Flushing, Long Island, Colonial New Amsterdam.[3] Joseph was buried in Friends Cemetery, Flushing on Long Island. Maria died in 1728 at the age of 67 in Woodbridge, Somerset County, New Jersey.[3]

Will of Mary Bowne Thorne

[Note: viewable at books.google.com. Note that Mary calls herself a widow in 1726, though Source:Wilson, Edith King. Bowne Family of Flushing, Long Island, p. 5, says her husband died "3m. 1727." (May 1727). An explanation for this discrepancy is wanting.]

I, Mary Thorne, of Flushing, in Queens County, widow of Joseph Thorne. June 20, 1726. In order to settle all worldly affairs, as much as in me lies, to prevent contention. I leave to my son Benjamin, my negro man Tom. Also all my share of that our waggon, and all implements of husbandry on the place where he now lives. All the rest of my estate to my seven children and granddaughter, viz.: my children, Thomas, Abram, Isaac, Jacob, Hannah, Mary, and Sarah, and my granddaughter, Elizabeth, daughter of Eliahim Hedger. I make my son Benjamin, and my brother, Samuel Bowne, executors.

Witnesses, John Haight, John Bowne, D. Humphries. Prove August 12, 1728.[2][3]

References
  1. Wilson, Edith King. Bowne family of Flushing, Long Island. (New York: unknown, 1948), 4,5.

    Children of John Bowne and Hannah Feke:
    3) Mary b. Flushing "6.11.1660" [6 Jan 1660/61], m. Flushing 1680 Joseph Thorne, s/o William and Sarah Thorne of Flushing.

  2. Abstracts of Unrecorded Wills Prior to 1790, in New York Historical Society (New York City). Collections of the New York Historical Society. (New York, New York: New-York Historical Society, 1869-1927), Vol. 35 of the collection (vol. 11 of will series), p. 80-1, 1902, Primary quality.

    See will transcript elsewhere on this page.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Thorne, Philip Voyle. Thorne Website. (http//:thorn.pair.com: Thorne, Philip Voyle), Secondary quality.
  4. Bowne, John, and Herbert F. Ricard. Journal of John Bowne, 1650-1694. (New York, New York: Friends of the Queensborough Community College Library, c1975), Fol. 48 (p. 18).

    Marie Bowne there doughter was borne the 6 day of the 11 month a bout the 9 hour at night in the year 1660 [i.e., 6 Jan 1660/61]

  5. Deaths, in Society of Friends. Flushing Monthly Meeting (Flushing, New York). Monthly meeting records, 1640-. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1950), 16.

    Mary Thorn of flushing dyed at wood bridg the [---] 1728

  6. Hinshaw, William Wade; Thomas Worth Marshall; and John Cox. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States: Edwards Brothers, 1936-1950), 3:41.

    'Mary [daughter of John and Hannah (Feake) Bowne] b 11 Mo (Jan) 6, 1660/1'