Christen2 Jul 1597, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England [553]
Immigration1632, Plymouth, Plymouth, MA [501]
Freeman2 Jun 1646, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA [501]
Deathaft 22 May 1671, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA [501]
FatherJohn WASHBOURNE (ch. 1551-1624)
MotherMartha TIMBRELL (1558-<1626)
Marriage23 Nov 1618, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England [553]
SpouseMargery MOORE
Christen3 Nov 1588, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England [1024], [1003, Cites above.]
Immigration1635, Massachusetts Bay aboard the Elizabeth and Ann [from London] [3], [1053]
Death1662, Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA
FatherRobert MOORE (~1562-<1625)
MotherEllen TAYLOR (ch. 1567->1624)
1 FMary Washburn (Died young)
Christen3 Oct 1619, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England
Death1622, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England
Christen26 Nov 1620, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England [553]
Death12 Nov 1686, Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, MA [553]
Marriage6 Dec 1645, Plymouth, Plymouth, MA [201]
Marriageabt 1685
3 MPhillip Washburn (Died young)
Christen2 Jun 1622, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England [501]
Death7 Jun 1622, Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester, England [501]
4 MPhilip Washburn
Birthabt 1624
SpouseElizabeth Irish
Notes for John WASHBURN
John was taxed at Plymouth in 1633 but not in 1634. In March 1635 he purchased land, shortly afterward his family arrived from England. This may suggest he returned briefly to get them started on their journey. Took the oath of fidelity at Duxbury in 1639 and admitted as a freeman in 1646. Served as a member of the grand jury several times between 1645 and 1660. Surveyor of highways in 1639 and 1649. Listed as able to bear arms for Duxbury in 1643. Accrued several dozen acres in Duxbury through grants and purchases. [501]

Death was early in 1671 (apparently living on 17 March 1670/1 and 22 May 1671 when his son was called Jr., but died soon after, as the document was altered to call the son Sr. [ MD 16:248, 250, citing PCLR 3:209].

Savage's: JOHN, Plymouth 1632, came, I suppose from Evesham, Co. Worcester, and in 16354, his w. Margaret, aged 49, with ch. John, 14; and Philip, 11, foll. him in the sh. Elizabeth and Ann from London, as by certif. of the mayor and the min. of E. He was of Duxbury side of the water, and bec. one of the orig. sett. of Bridgewater, and d. bef. 1670.
Notes for Margery MOORE
"Margerie Washborn," aged 49, and her two sons, "Jo[hn] Washborne," aged 14, and "Phillipp Washborne," aged 11, were passengers on the Elizabeth & Ann to New England in 1635.

She is named in her father’s will, which ca be found in "Wills of the Consistory Court of Worcester" for the year 1626, packet #130, from LDS Microfilm #0098029, Part II for 1626. A translation of the will appears courtesy of John Maltby at
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