Person:Stephen Sanborn (3)

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Stephen Sanborn
 
 
m. Abt 1619
  1. Stephen Sanborn
  2. John Sanborn, Jr.1620 - 1692
  3. William Sanborn, Sr.1622 - 1692
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Name[1] Stephen Sanborn
Gender Male

One of a company to build the Hampton meeting house in 1641; resigned as selectman in 1655 to go back to England with Rev. Stephen BACHILER (his grandfather). (PIERCE-110, NEHGR 10:272)


References
  1. The Sanborn Family by Nathan Sanborn, M.D., in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), V10, p272.
  2.   Lane Memorial Library, Hampton, New Hampshire. Hampton Genealogy Database. (Name: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=hampton-nh;).
The William and Francis (1632)
The William and Francis was one of two ships sent as part of the "Plough Company" to settle a patent in Saco, Maine. They were never able to occupy the patent and soon failed.
Sailed: March 9, 1632 from London, England under Master Thomas
Arrived: June 5, 1632 in New England

Passengers:
~60
Stephen Bachiler family and Sanborne grandsons (Stephen, John, William) - Mary Blott - Edward Dillingham family - Robert Gamlin family - Walter Harris - John Hart - Thomas Hayward - William Hills - Christopher Hussey family - Thomas James family - John Leavens family - Joseph Mannering - John Mayo - William Norton* - Thomas Oliver family - Thomas Paine* - Francis Peabody - Capt. William Perkins - John Smalley - Rev. Thomas Weld family - John Whitson - Edward Winslow - Deborah Wing (and sons) - Thomas Woodford
* Found on Gov. Winthrop's list, but some doubt as to actual presence on the William and Francis.

Resources: William and Francis Passenger List

Stephen Bachiler was the most prominent, and accounts of his life generally touch on the Plough Company and the William and Francis. See, e.g. Stephen Bachiler at Wikipedia - Material at Hampton, NH Library