Person:Thomas Kilbourne (6)

Thomas Kilbourne
 
m. 5 Sep 1604
  1. Anne Kilbourne1606 -
  2. Margaret Kilbourne1607 -
  3. Thomas Kilbourne1609 -
  4. George Kilbourne1611/2 -
  5. Elizabeth Kilbourne1614 - 1645/6
  6. Lydia Kilbourne1616 -
  7. Mary Kilbourneabt 1619 - 1697
  8. Frances Kilbourne1621 - bef 1683/84
  9. Sgt. John Kilbourne1624 - 1703
Facts and Events
Name[1] Thomas Kilbourne
Gender Male
Christening[2][1] 30 Nov 1609 Ditton-Wood, Cambridgeshire, England
Immigration[3][4][5] Apr 1634 New England
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Thomas Kilbourn, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), IV:150.

    Thomas Kilbourn, bp. Wood Ditton 30 Novembe 1609; possibly the "Thomas Kilborne," aged 24, and "Elizabeth his wife," aged 20, who were enrolled at Ipswich on 30 April 1634 as passengers for New England on the Elizabeth [Hotten 280]; otherwise no further record.

  2. Kilbourne, Payne Kenyon. The History and Antiquities of the Name and Family of Kilbourn. (New Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1856), pages *49-*50.

    'Extracts from the Parish Register of Wood Ditton, Co. Cambridge: ...
    "1609.--Thomas Kilborne, the sonne of Thomas Kylborne and Frances, his wife, was baptized the xxxth daye of November.'

  3. Kilbourne, Payne Kenyon. The History and Antiquities of the Name and Family of Kilbourn. (New Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1856), page 41.

    'In April, 1634, he embarked in the ship "Elizabeth," from Ipswich, in the west of England, for New England, with his wife Elizabeth. I find no record of him or his decendents in this country.'

  4. Helliwell, Ernest H. Was Elizabeth Kilbourne the First Wife of Hugh Gunnison of Boston and Kittery?. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (2009).

    This article provides evidence and an argument for believing that Elizabeth Kilbourn was the wife of Hugh Gunnison. It also suggests that the 20-year-old Elizabeth Kilbourne who emigrated from England in 1634, identified as the wife of Thomas Kilbourne (emigrating on the same ship), may in fact have been his sister Elizabeth instead.

  5. He sailed on the ship 'Elizabeth' from Ipswich.