Christen8 May 1578, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
ImmigrationSpring 1635, Massachusetts Bay aboard the Increase [from London] [3], [1053]
Immi Memoleft 15 Apr
Deathbef 1639, Wethersfield, Hartford, CT [641]
FatherJohn KILBORNE (~1535-br. 1591)
MotherAnne (Kilborne) (~1540->1592)
MarriageMoulton, Suffolk, England [642, Ref TAG vol 29 and 1899 Moody book.]
SpouseFrances Moody
Christen11 Oct 1584, Moulton, Suffolk, England [642]
Deathbef 3 Dec 1650, (inv) Wethersfield, Hartford Co, CT [641]
Will13 Nov 1650, Wethersfield, Hartford Co, CT [641]
FatherGeorge MOODY (ch. 1560-1607)
MotherMargaret Newce (~1560-br. 1603)
1 FMargaret Kilborne
Christen23 Sep 1607, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Death? , Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT [641]
SpouseRichard Law
2 MThomas Kilborne
Christen30 Nov 1609, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
3 MGeorge Kilborne
Christen12 Feb 1611/2, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Death? , Rowley, Essex Co, MA [641]
4 FElizabeth Kilborne
Christen12 May 1614, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Christen14 Jul 1616, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Deathaft 1684, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [641]
Birth1619, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Deathaft 1684 [641]
SpouseJohn Root
7 FFrances Kilborne
Christen4 Sep 1621, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Death1683, Stratford, Fairfield, CT [154]
SpouseThomas Uffoot
Christen29 Sep 1624, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Death9 Apr 1703, Wethersfield, Hartford Co, CT [150]
9 FAnne Kilborne
Christen2 Oct 1606, Moulton, Suffolk, England [642]
Notes for Thomas KILBORNE
He was only 13 when his father died, so he was brought up by his step-father Walter Howlett, who married his mother the following year. He appears on the Subsidy Roll of 7 James 1 (1610), taxed 10s on £6 of goods. In 1618, he paid the parish of Wood Ditton a rent of 14s. In the Subsidy of 18 James 1 (1620), he paid 6s in taxes on £6 of goods. He is also listed paying taxes in 1624, 1625, 1628, and 1629, all on £4-6 of goods. In his step-father’s will probated in February 1632, he was bequeathed 30s. In 1613, will of Agatha Borrowdale named him (and several other men) a trustee of a fund to benefit the poor of Newmarket and Bury, and left him a “ring of gold of the price of 30s” for the trouble. He was listed as a “Church Warden” of the Church of England in 1632. [ [642]]

He left London on the Increase on 15 Apr 1635. He is listed on the passenger list as Husbandman Tho. Kilborne, aged 55, with wife Frances (50), and children Margaret (23), Lydia (22), Marie (16), Frances (12) and Jo. (10).[ [641]]

Thomas died shortly after his arrival in Wethersfield, and it is supposed he was killed in the Indian massacre at Wethersfield in 1637. His estate was not listed in the early settlements recorded in 1639-40, though that of Abraham Finch, known to have been a victim, was listed in Sept 1640.[ [642]]

GGGGGG-Grandfather of Pres. Rutherford B. Hayes by daughter Mary.[ [642]]
9G grandfather of Bess Truman, also by daughter Mary.
Will notes for Frances Moody
Dated 13 Nov 1850, likely made on her deathbed.
...daughter Margaret, the wife of Richard Lawe... grandchild Jonathan Lawe
... daughter Lydia, the wife of Robert Howard...
... daughter Mary, the wife of John Root...
... daughter Frances, the wife of Thomas Uffoote...
... grandchild Elizabeth Spencer (Teneson/Deneson not Spencer [642]) ...
... son John..
John is Executor, witnessed by Samuel Smith, Nanthaniel Dickinson and Elizabeth Smith.
Full Text in both Kilborn books: 1856 [641] and 1992 [642].
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