Person:Samuel Kilborn (1)

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m. 20 Mar 1757
  1. Col. Charles Kilborn1758 - 1834
  2. Nancy Kilborn1760 -
  3. Hannah Kilborn1762 -
  4. Benjamin Kilborn1765 - 1796
  5. David Kilborn1767 - 1847
  6. Samuel Kilborn1769 - 1849
  7. Capt. Joseph Kilborn1771 - 1814
  8. Lucy Kilborn1773 -
  9. Polly Kilborn1778 -
  10. William Kilborn1778 - 1847
m. est 1789
  1. James Kilbornabt 1790 -
  2. Benjamin Kilbornabt 1792 - 1855
  3. Hannah Kilbornabt 1794 -
  4. Truman Kilbornabt 1796 - bef 1852
  5. Lucy Kilbornabt 1798 - 1848
  6. Rev. Asahel Griswold Kilborn1800 - 1889
  7. Abigail Kilbornabt 1802 - 1844
  8. Clarissa Kilbornabt 1804 - 1892
  9. Polly Kilbornabt 1806 -
  10. Lydia Kilbornabt 1810 - 1834
  11. Samuel Kilbornabt 1813 - abt 1815
  12. Charles Kilbornabt 1816 - bef 1901
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Kilborn
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 21 Feb 1769 Litchfield, Litchfield County, Connecticut, USA
Marriage est 1789 to Abigail Griswold
Residence 1800 Leeds County, Ontario, Canadawith Abigail Griswold
Residence 1805 Bastard Twp, Leeds County, Ontario, Canadawith Abigail Griswold
Death[4][2] 1849 Kitley Twp, Leeds County, Ontario, Canada
References
  1. Griswold, Coralee (compiler). The Griswold Family: the Sixth and Seventh Generations: Michael. (Wethersfield, CT: The Griswold Family Association, 2007), page 120.

    'She married Samuel KILBOURNE. He was born 21 Feb 1769 in Litchfield, Litchfield, Connecticut. He was the son of Lieut. Benjamin KILBOURNE and Hannah STODDARD [sic].'

  2. 2.0 2.1 Kilbourne, Payne Kenyon. The History and Antiquities of the Name and Family of Kilbourn. (New Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1856), page 170.

    'SAMUEL, b. in Litchfield, Feb. 21, 1769; m. Abigail Griswold, daughter of Asahel Griswold, of Milton, Conn., and settled a[t] Kitley, Leeds Co., Canada West, where he died in 1849.'

  3. Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Litchfield Vital Records:133 (edited version).

    'KILBORN, KILLBORN, KILBURN, KILBOURNE ...
    Samuel, s. Benjamin & Lucy, b. Feb. 21, 1769'

  4. Griswold, Coralee (compiler). The Griswold Family: the Sixth and Seventh Generations: Michael. (Wethersfield, CT: The Griswold Family Association, 2007), page 120.

    'They removed to Kitley, Leeds, Canada West where he died 1849, at the age of 79.'

  5.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1802: Leeds County: Bastard, Kitley, Leeds and Lansdowne (Rear) Townships: page 2.

    In a column headed "Kitley":
    Samuel Kilburn
    1 man
    1 woman
    4 male children
    2 female children

    The children are assumed to be James, Benjamin, Truman, Asahel, Hannah and Lucy.

  6.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1805: Leeds County: Bastard Township: column 1.

    Samuel Kilburn 36
    Abigail Kilburn 33
    James Kilburn 15
    Benjamin Kilburn 12
    Hannah Kilburn 10
    Truman Kilburn 9
    Lucy Kilburn 7
    Asa... Kilburn 4

    It is not clear why daughters Abigail and Clarissa were not mentioned, as they had likely been born by this time.

  7.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1801: Leeds County: Bastard and Kitley Townships: page 1: column 1.

    Samuel Kilburn - adult male
    Noby Kilburn - adult female
    James Kilburn - male child
    Benjm. Kilburn - male child
    Truman Kilburn - male child
    Asel Kilburn - male child
    Hanah Kilburn - female child
    Lucy Kilburn - female child

  8.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1800: Leeds County: Bastard, Kitley, Leeds and Lansdowne (Rear) Townships: page 3.

    Samuel Kilborn: 7 people

    The 7 people are assumed to be Samuel, Abigail, James, Benjamin, Hannah, Truman, and Lucy.

  9.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1806: Leeds County: Bastard Township: page 1: column 1.

    Samuel Kilburn
    Abigail Kilburn
    James Kilburn
    Benjamin Kilburn
    Truman Kilburn
    Ascil Kilburn
    Hannah Kilburn
    Lucy Kilburn

    It is not clear why daughters Abigail and Clarissa were not mentioned, as they had likely been born by this time.

  10.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1817: Leeds County: Bastard Township.

    Samuel Kilborn: married male aged 47, married female aged 43, 2 males aged 7-14, 1 male under 7, 1 female aged 14-21, 1 female under 7

    To be consistent with other information on this family, including information from other censuses, it appears that the 2 males aged 7-14 years should be 2 females. Since two transcripts give the same information, the error is likely in the original.
    The male under 7 is assumed to be Charles.
    The female aged 14-21 is assumed to be Abigail.
    The 2 females aged 7-14 are assumed to be Clarissa and Polly.
    The female under 7 is assumed to be Lydia.

  11.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1832: Leeds County: Bastard Township.

    Samuel [transcribed as Lamul] Kilborn: 1 male over 16, 1 female over 16, 1 male under 16

    The male under 16 is assumed to be Charles.

  12.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1813: Leeds County: Bastard & Crosby South Townships: page 1.

    Samuel Kilborn: 1 married male 16-50, 1 woman, 2 males under 16, 5 female children

    James, Benjamin and Truman are all listed separately in this census (James in Kitley township and Benjamin and Truman in Bastard township, as males between 16 and 50 years old). Asahel (b. 1800) is clearly one of the males under 16. Assuming that later census records (1832, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881 and 1891, all of which indicate that Charles was born about 1816, when his mother was 44) are accurate, it would appear that Samuel would have to be the other male child under 16 in this census.
    The 5 female children are assumed to be Lucy, Abigail, Clarissa, Polly and Lydia.

  13.   Pre-1851 Censuses of Canada West (Ontario), 1814: Leeds County: Bastard Township: page 1.

    Samuel Kilburn: 1 married male 16-50, 1 woman, 2 males under 16, 4 female children

    Assuming that Charles was born about 1816, the 2 males under 16 were Asahel and Samuel.
    The 4 female children are assumed to be Abigail, Clarissa, Polly and Lydia.
    Lucy (about age 16) is not included - she probably was not yet married, but she might have been working in another household.