Thomas BOWLBY1240 was baptized on 9 March 1599/1600 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK. He was buried on 12 March 1599/1600 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK. Parents: James BOWLBY-13057 and Anne THOMPSON-135411.

Thomas BOWLBY944 was baptized on 3 August 1628 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK. Parents: George BOWLBY-135424 and Rebecca RUSSELL-135425.

Thomas BOWLBY191 was baptized on 17 October 1699 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK. Parents: Ralph BOWLBY-135436 and Mary GRIME-135437.

Thomas BOWLBY1227 was born (date unknown). Parents: Edward G. A. BOWLBY-40645 and Catharine WIGFALL-40776.

Thomas BOWLBY223 died on 25 October 1730. He was buried on 26 October 1730 at the Cathedral Yard in Durham, County Durham, England, UK.223 Parents: Richard BOWLBY-13068 and Frances SWAINSTON-143824.

Spouse: Mary BURRELL-143830. Mary BURRELL and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 2 February 1720 in Durham Cathedral, Durham, England, UK. Children were: Thomas BOWLBY-143833, Richard BOWLBY-143834, Mary BOWLBY-143835, Mary BOWLBY-143836, Peter BOWLBY-143837, Elizabeth BOWLBY-143838.

Thomas BOWLBY154 was baptized on 27 September 1762 at St. Mary the Less in Durham, County Durham, England, UK. He died on 28 January 1835 in North Bailey, Durham, England, UK. He was buried on 2 February 1835 at the Cathedral Yard in Durham, County Durham, England, UK.154 Parents: Peter BOWLBY-143837 and Elizabeth RUSSELL-143847.

Spouse: Eleanora Elizabeth SALVIN-143858. Eleanora Elizabeth SALVIN and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 3 March 1786 in Croxdale, County Durham, England, UK. Children were: Peter Thomas BOWLBY-143861, Mary BOWLBY-143862, Elizabeth BOWLBY-143863, Mary Ann BOWLBY-143864, Thomas BOWLBY-143865, Peter BOWLBY-143866, George Henry BOWLBY-143867, Anthony BOWLBY-143868, Reverend Edward BOWLBY-143869, Mary BOWLBY-143870, Joseph BOWLBY-143871, Catherine BOWLBY-143872, Ann BOWLBY-143873, Frances Amelia BOWLBY-143874.

Thomas BOWLBY1238,1239,1241,5332 was born before 1567 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK.1242 He was living between 1567 and 1598.1242 He was in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK1242 Thomas died before 21 December 1603 at the age of 36.1242 Administration of his estate was granted at York on 21 DEC 1603. Parents: John BOWLBY-13048 and Elizabeth (WIFE OF BOWLBY, JOHN)-13049.

Spouse: Anne RAPER-144333. Anne RAPER and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 6 November 1593 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK. Children were: Elizabeth BOWLBY-144334, Katherine BOWLBY-144335, Sybell BOWLBY-144336, Ralph BOWLBY-144338, Elizabeth BOWLBY-144339.

Thomas BOWLBY1241,3897,3898,5332 was born in 1644 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK.1242 In 1667 he was a saddler in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK.1242 He signed a will on 19 August 1709.1242 His will was proven at Durham in 1710. Thomas was in Darlington, County Durham, England, UK1242 Parents: Richard BOWLBY-13044 and Elizabeth SPENCE-13045.

Spouse: Christian GARBUT-144328. Christian GARBUT and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 8 September 1667 in Helmsley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England, UK. Children were: Ellen BOWLBY-144329, Elizabeth BOWLBY-144330, Mary BOWLBY-144332.

Thomas BOWLBY1000,1242,3379,3897,5334,5619,5778 was born before 16 September 1665 in Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, England, UK. He was christened on 16 September 1665 in Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, England, UK.5779,5780 He immigrated in 1725 or 1727 to the United States.5748 Thomas signed a will before 23 February 1730.5781 He died between 23 February 1730 and 18 March 1731 at the age of 64 in Burlington, West New Jersey Province, USA.5619 He was a saddler.5782

Thomas brought three of his sons to this "new world" while Martha stayed in England with their other children. Some of those children ended up joining their brothers.

1730-1, 23rd day, 12 mo. (Feb.). Boulsby (Bowlsby), Thomas, now of Burlington Co., yeoman; will of. "Whereas in Oct. 1727 there was surveyed unto me in Hunterdon Co. 1550 acres of land, 500 of which I sold to Abraham Hulings of Burlington, Esq. I now order the remainder to be sold to pay my debts." Son, Thomas, now in old England, land on branch of Rairington (Raritan) River in Hunterdon Co. Son, George, land lying between Whipeney Town and Mary Bullis. Son, John to have his full quantity of my land. Father-in-law, Sam'll Barker, in his will gave land to my children - Elizabeth, Martha, Jane and Richard - 200 acres in West Jersey. Executors - Son, John, and friend, Abraham Hulings, Esq. Witnesses - Jno. Allen, Sam'l Bickley, Thos. Scattergood, Sam'l Scattergood, Nathaniel Wilkison. Proved March 18, 1730.

Lib. 3, p. 121.

1730-1, March 17. Inventory of personal estate, ¹82.2.6; made by James Billyeld, Nathaniel Wilkison and Titan Leeds.

Will of Thomas Bowlby. Nottinghamshire Record Office PRMR 68/5. (Full Text):
I Thomas Bowlby of the Town and County of Burlington in the West (Division) of New Jersey yeoman being at this time exercised with great weakness of body but thanks be to God sound and perfect disposing Mind and Memory do make Ordain and put in Writing this my Last will and Testament in manner and form as followeth first and principally I Give and Recommend my soul into the hands or almighty God (who) gave it and my Body to the Earth to be buried in a Christian Like and Decent Manner at the Discretion of my executors hereafter named and as touching the Disposing of all such Worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to bestow on me in this life 1 give Devise and Dispose thereof as followeth Whereas In October l727 there was Laid out and Surveyed unto me in the county of Hunterdon One thousand five hundred and fifty Acres of Land five hundred thereof I lately sold and Conveyed.unto Abraham Hewlings of the Town of Burlington Esq ye remainder of which said tract of land I Order to be sold by my Executors in order to pay my Debts and funeral Charges Item I give and bequenth unto my son Thomas Bowlby now in old England all my tract of Land lying on one of the Branches of Rarrington River in the County of Hunterdon in West Jersey containing about two thousand acres be the.same more or less to hold to his heirs and assigns for ever Item I give and bequeath unto my Son George Bowlby all that piece of Land Lying between Wipeny Town & Mary Bullisus Land Supposed to be three Hundred Acres be the same More or Less in Said County of Hunterdon to hould to him his heirs and assigns for ever Whereas my father in law Saml Barker gave to my children Viz Elizabeth Bowlby Martha Bowlby Jane Bowlby and Richard Bowlby two hundred acres of land in said West Jersey:by his last will and testament each of them two hundred apiece and I do by virtue of. these presents give unto each of my said children out of my said lands in West Jersey Three Hundred. a peice more to make up to Each of my said Children five hundred acres a peice to hould to each or my said Children and to their heirs and assigns for ever and all my Estate both Real and personal to me belonging or in any Wise Appertaining lying and being (in) my Native Country in old England ! give and bequeath unto my dear and Well Beloved Wife Martha Bowiby for her to sell give and dispose of as She shall See meet for her Conveniences and Best advantage All the Rest of the Lands and Plantations ln.the Said province of West Jersey to me belonging and not willed and Bequeathed by me and no ways Conveyed and my Right and Shares of Land to be taken up in Said Province of West Jersey I Order and Appoint my Executors to Dispose of for the Advantage of my children as they Shall see meet My son John Bowlby first to have his full Quantity of Land Equal with the rest of my children out of the same and I do Nominate and Appoint my beloved Son John Bowlby and my trusty and well Beloved friend Abraham Hewlings Esq to be my only and sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament giving and granting my Said executors or the survivor of them as full power and ample authority to sell and Dispose of the Lands first above mentioned to Be Sold and as Much other of my Lands not particularly bequeathed in order to pay my just Debts and funeral Charges as full to all Intents and purposes as if I was personelly present to do it myself Revoking and Making Null and Void all former Wills by me Made and Do make this and only this to Be my Last Will and testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty third day of the twelth month Called ffeby and in this fourth year of the Reign of King George the Second over England and Anno Domine one Thousand seven hundred and thirty one---------

Signed Sealed published pronounced and Declared by the testator
Signed as his last Will and Testament in the presence of us ye Subscribers Viz signed John Allen Sam Bickley

He was a saddler
Thomas was born at Mansfield Woodhouse, just north of the city of Mansfield, county Nottingham, for all except the last three of four years of his life. As the third son in his family, he was probably bound out in an apprenticeship to a trade, and several early documents refer to him as a saddler. An apprenticeship may account for his relatively late marriage. Thomas was about 26 years old when he married Martha Barker at Old Brampton, county , Derby, England and came to America abt. 1727.

Two sons, Jordan and Samuel, stayed in England, while John, Thomas, George and Richard came to America. Richard, born ca 1719, believed to be the youngest, came to America in ca. 1746, (in 1786 he said that he had been here 40 years) while Thomas is reported to have died in 1731, in New Jersey, (one of the dates may be in error) The brother, George had seven sons, three in the Continental Militia, and four (including another Richard) were Loyalists.

The claim of Richard Bowlby is found in Loyalist Settlements 1783-1789 having been heard at Halifax, February 23, 1786, by Dundas. In it, Bowlby swore that he was born in England, came to America 40 years ago and settled in Sussex Co., West Jersey and lived there in 1775; he was a Justice of the Peace under the British Government. The report goes on to detail the property, both real and personal, which was confiscated and sold. (Savary says it sold for 5,580 pounds, New Jersey currency). His participation with the British forces in 1776, is detailed.

Richard came to Nova Scotia as a Loyalist in 1783, and settled two miles east of Lawrencetown. His son Abraham settled in Shelburne, NS., but the name is now extinct there. Thomas BOWLBY and Martha BARKER were married on 9 Apr 1693 in Old Brampton in Derbyshire., Thomas and Martha lived in Mansfield Woodhouse where their nine children were born. Though their sons Samuel and John were christened in their grandfather's parish in Barlborough, they were probably born at Mansfield Woodhouse where the other seven children were christened. A record in the New Jersey Archives show that on 10 April 1697, Thomas Bowlby, "...saddler of Mansfield Woodhouse..." purchased one 24th of one of the 100 proprietary shares in the province of West Jersey from John Hutchison, "...tanner of Burlington County." This was four years after Thomas' marriage, and followed the example of his father-in-law who had previously purchased similar portions of shares and held large tracts of land in the Jerseys.

Jordan Bowlby of Helmsley, Thomas' uncle, published his will 25 May 1714, in which Thomas Bowlby of Mansfield Woodhouse and Thomas' son, Jordan were named sole executors, and Jordan was named a principal heir. Thomas' second son, Samuel, became a principal heir in the will published by Samuel Barker on 9 January 1724.

A series of critical events, which suddenly and irretrievably changed the lives of each member of the Bowlby family and brought the Bowlbys to America, occurred after Samuel Barker wrote his will. Both Samuel Bowlby and Samuel Barker died about the same time in 1725, and all heirs of Samuel Barker found themselves placed in untenable positions by his long, involved will. Samuel Bowlby was to have been the major recipient of his grandfather's considerable properties in England and America; he was also to have had the duties of administrating the bequests made to his family and other heirs. In case of his death, however, all his portion and duties of the estate reverted in trust to Mary Bullus, Samuel Barker's niece who lived with him and who was sole executrix in his will. A manuscript on the Bowlby family written by Colonel Herbert Bowlby in 1968 has annexed the following letter, said to be a letter from Thomas Bowlby, Jr (7) to Jordan (9), son of Edward (8) and grandson of Thomas'(6) son Jordan Bowlby (7):

"I received thine, April 26, 1766. As to famaley, I begin at Samuel Barker, my grandfather, he died at Barlborough in Derbyshire, he had two children, a son and a daughter, his son John had a daughter married to John Bodon of Bandonfolds, she died and left a son and a daughter rank Romans, and this is he which now enjoys the land thee talks of, and all that can be of service to thee is my Grandfather's will, where he says that no papiest shall heir any of his lands. The daughter [Martha, Samuel Barker's daughter] was my mother and thy Grandfather's mother, he [Jordan] was her eldest son, when my grandfather died he left the Chief part of his Estate to Moll Bullos, which was very considerable, but my father and Bodon came to agreement with her, in the agreement Bodon had three hundred acres of lands in the Jerseys, is what Bullos means and the other land in Derbyshire and my father had all the lands and rights in Jerseys where Moll Bullos chose two thousand acres, and this is what Sam Bullos now enjoys."

This letter reflects two provisions in Samuel Barker's will that caused conflict. John Bodon's son was not to receive any bequest unless he were raised in the Protestant faith. Mary Bullus was to receive 2,000 acres of land in West New Jersey, but she married Francis Ludlan before 1730, and the land was in his name until his death; then by will of Mary Ludlam, 4 Sept 1750, the land went to Francis Bullus, probably a brother; next, Francis Bullus died testate, 22 December 1759, and left the land to his nephew, Samuel Bullus and his heirs. Parts of this 2,000 acres lay adjoining lands owned by the Bowlbys in Morris and Hunterdon counties, and was later purchased by members of the Bowlby family. The confusion over the land was probably not clarified until 1765 when the last lands deeded to Samuel Barker in 1680 were resurveyed and the record in the Bowlby name by John Bowlby (7), Thomas' (6) son and executor.

Two indentures found recorded in the New Jersey Archives further explain what happened. An indenture dated 13 April 1726 discloses that a meeting of all the heirs was held 8 September, 1725, and that an agreement was reached under the advice of Sir John Rhodes. The reason for the meeting and subsequent indenture was that Mary Bullus wished to be relieved of the trusts that had reverted to her as executrix at the death of Samuel Bowlby. The purposes of the indenture was to give the lands and all proprietary rights to land in the province of West New Jersey over to three disinterested guardians who were to hold the lands in trust for Martha Bowlby on condition that Mary Bullus was to have first choice of 2,000 acres which had been bequested to her in the will, and that John Bodon, Samuel Barker's grandson, was to have 300 acres in spite of his Catholic faith. This indenture also circumvented provisions in Samuel Barker's will that Thomas Bowlby was to receive no more than five shillings from the estate, and that Martha Bowlby's life endowment from the estate was all that she should receive. The second indenture found in the New Jersey Archives show that Martha Bowlby and her three trustees immediately sold all rights to the lands from her father's estate to her husband, Thomas Bowlby, for five shillings. This last indenture was publish 10 November 1726, and Thomas must have left England soon after, because he was apparently in Burlington, West New Jersey, on 26 August 1727, when he was named executor in the will of Josiah Mercer.

Upon arriving in America, Thomas immediately set about managing the lands formerly belonging to Samuel Barker, and claiming new lands. From Thomas' will it is evident that in October 1727, 1,500 acres in Hunterdon County were surveyed in his name. In a deed executed 1 September 1729, Thomas disposed of 100 acres, "...being part of 3,120 acres in the fork of Anococus Creek, formerly surveyed to Samuel Barker, Martha Roads and Martha Wright..." From an indenture dated 28 March 1794, it is evident that on 6 July 1730, Thomas Bowlby filed quitclaim upon 2,000 acres to Francis Ludlam; Francis Ludlam had married Mary Bullus, and this land was to satisfy the bequest made to her. Of the 100 available shares in West New Jersey, Thomas received three quarters of a share from Samuel Barker's estate, but deeds and documents after Thomas' death state that at the time office death he held on and one fifth shares, so Thomas must have purchased other portions of shares on his own.

Thomas Bowlby's will of 23 Feb 1730/1, gives all his property in "Old England" to his wife. Jordan, the eldest son, is no mentioned and may be assumed deceased at that time. Thomas stipulated in his will that his children, Elizabeth, Martha, Jane, and Richard were to receive enough land over and above the 200 acres bequested by their grandfather to make up 500 acres each in West New Jersey. Son John was to receive his full quantity of land equal with the other children. The land bequested to son George, who was next to the youngest son, was specifically designated as "...all that piece of land lying between Whipeny Town and Mary Bullus land Supposed to be three hundred Acres be the Same More or Less..." The inequity that arises in the bequest of 2,000 acres to Thomas, who was Thomas' fourth son has its own story to tell.

A difficult to read microfilmed document at Rutgers University Library shows the following: "Warrant from the Council of Proprietors...May survey to Thomas Bowlby all that tract, a plantation lying on the Branches of the Rarington River, County of Morris 1,612 acres...formerly surveyed to Thomas Barker, dec's Gentleman, there being an agreement...between Thomas Bowlby and the Executors of Samuel Barker... by advice of John Rhodes, Mary Bullus...Thomas Bowlby and Martha his wife... Richard Eddy, Clement Snowdon, Garis Meakin and Robert Enn..." Thomas Barker was a Quaker wine merchant of London who became one of the 24 proprietors of East Jersey in 1682 under William Penn's administration. According to "Minutes of the Board of Proprietors of East Jersey," Thomas Barker received a Raritan River tract in 1690. After he died around 1705, the tract apparently became part of Samuel Barker's estate, which indicates that Thomas and Samuel Barker were related. In Calnek's HISTORY OF ANNAPOLIS COUNTY NOVA SCOTIA, in writing about Thomas Bowlby's son Richard, the following appears: "In an obituary notice a few years since, of his grandson, Adam Bowlby, of was stated that his ancestor was one of the twelve associated with Penn in the charter of administration of the government of Pennsylvania. I cannot explain that statement." If Thomas Barker were Samuel's father, then the Richard Bowlby written about in Calnek's history was the great grandsons of Thomas Barker, one of the 24 proprietors associated with Penn in the government of East New Jersey. Thomas Bowlby's son Thomas most likely received his maternal great grandfather's land, perhaps as a namesake bequest

When Thomas Bowlby came to America in 1727, he brought with him his third son, John and his two youngest sons, George and Richard. In England he left his wife, Martha, two sons Jordan and Thomas, and three daughters Elizabeth, Martha, and Jane. His fourth son, Thomas, came to New Jersey in 1744, and probably brought with him his sister, Elizabeth, who is known to have died in New Jersey. There is some evidence that Edward Bowlby, the son of Thomas' eldest son Jordan, also came to New Jersey with his uncle in 1744. However, the known progenitors of the Bowlby family in America were the fours sons of Thomas and Martha (Barker) Bowlby: John, Thomas, George, and Richard.
Parents: Bryan BOWLBY-13042 and Elizabeth MANNERS-13043.

Spouse: Martha S. BARKER-13040. Martha S. BARKER and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 9 April 1693 in Old Brampton, Derbyshire, England, UK.3900 Children were: Jordan B. BOWLBY-13075, Samuel BOWLBY-13076, John M. BOWLBY Sr.-13037, Elizabeth B. BOWLBY-13077, Thomas BOWLBY-13078, George B. BOWLBY-13079, Martha BOWLBY-13080, Jane BOWLBY-13081, Richard BOWLBY Sr.-13082, Edward BOWLBY-185609.

Thomas BOWLBY3897,3898,5664,5783 was born on 29 September 1708 in Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, England, UK.1246 He was baptized on 29 September 1708 in Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, England, UK.1246 He immigrated after 29 June 1743 to New Jersey.1246 Thomas lived in Morris Co., NJ on 10 June 1745.1246 He signed a will on 14 March 1787.1246 He died between 15 March 1787 and 23 September 1789 at the age of 78. Thomas was buried on 20 September 1789 at Christ Church Cem. in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.5784 He was a farmer.5666 He lived in Point-no-Point Farm, Philadelphia Co., PA.1242,5666 He was a loyalist during the Revolutionary War. Parents: Thomas BOWLBY-13039 and Martha S. BARKER-13040.

Spouse: Catharine FITZRANDOLPH-40771. Catharine FITZRANDOLPH and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 10 June 1745 in Morris Co., NJ.1246 Children were: Rachel BOWLBY-40774.

Spouse: Mary SCOTT-36401. Mary SCOTT and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 12 June 1749.1246,5506,5666,5785 Mary was a widow when she and Thomas married.

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Burlington N/A 12-Jun 1749 N/A Vol. XXII of the Archives of the State of New Jersey page 30 Children were: Martha BOWLBY-40685, Mary BOWLBY-40761.

Thomas BOWLBY5786,5787 was born before 2 May 1721 in Durham, County Durham, England, UK. He was baptized on 2 May 1721 in St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, England, UK. He died in 1795 at the age of 74. Parents: Thomas BOWLBY-143827 and Mary BURRELL-143830.

Spouse: Lady Mary BRUDENELL-143839. Lady Mary BRUDENELL and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 20 June 1754 at St. George's Hanover Square in County Middlesex, England, UK.

Thomas BOWLBY1244,1245,1274,3716 was born after 1737 in Hanover Twp., Morris Co., NJ. He died between 23 April 1798 and 1 May 1798 at the age of 61 in Hanover Twp., Morris Co., NJ.3716 Parents: George B. BOWLBY-13079 and Elizabeth TONKIN-36399.

Pvt. Thomas BOWLBY Sr.188,1241,1379,3482,5410,5487,5521,5522,5588,5742 was born on 2 April 1744 in Hunterdon Co., NJ.1246,5463 He served in the military during the American Revolution.4271,5788

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--6.The Said David Bowlby was the child of Joseph Bowlby born on 25 - Aug - 1809 at Asbury NJ died at NJ on 15 - Jan - 1891 and his ( 1st ) wife Sarah Melroy born on 18 - Jan - 1815 at Oxford NJ died at NJ on 12 - Dec - 1883 married on 5 - Aug - 1832
7.The Said Joseph Bowlby was the child of John Bowlby born on 17 - Oct - 1768 at NJ died at Bethlehem Twp Hunterdon Co NJ on 29 - Dec - 1851 and his ( 1st ) wife Ann Wagner born on - - at _______________ died at _______________ on - - married on - -
8.The Said John Bowlby was the child of Thomas Bowlsby born on 2 - Apr - 1744 at Morris Co NJ died at Bethlehem Hunterdon Co NJ on 8 - Jan - 1827 and his ( 1st ) wife Sarah Cowell born on 6 - Dec - 1747 at Wrentham Norfolk Co MA died at Hunterdon Co NJ on 16 - Apr - 1829 married on - -
Associated Ancestor (Revolutionary) RecordBOWLSBY, THOMAS Ancestor #: A012866 Service: NEW JERSEY Rank: PRIVATE Birth: 2 Apr 1744 MORRIS CO NEW JERSEY Death: 8 Jan 1827 BETHLEHEM HUNTERDON CO NEW JERSEY
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--4.The Said David Roy Bowlby was the child of Manuel Bowlby born on 20 - Sep - 1820 at Hunterdon Co NJ died at Rock Island IL on 12 - Dec - 1892 and his ( 1st ) wife Lucretia born on 6 - Jul - 1823 at Hunterdon Co NJ died at Rock Island IL on 24 - May - 1901 married on (a) 4 - Jan - 1846
5.The Said Manuel Bowlby was the child of Samuel Bowlby born on 20 - Sep - 1777 at Mansfield NJ died at Huron Co OH on 10 - Sep - 1850 and his ( 2nd ) wife Martha born on - - 1795 at VA died at OH on (p) - - 1850 married on (p) - - 1816
6.The Said Samuel Bowlby was the child of Thomas Bowlby born on 2 - Apr - 1744 at Morris Co NJ died at Bethlehem Hunterdon Co NJ on 8 - Jan - 1827 and his ( 1st ) wife Sarah Cowell born on - - 1746 at _______________ died at NJ on 16 - Apr - 1829 married on - -
Associated Ancestor (Revolutionary) RecordBOWLSBY, THOMAS Ancestor #: A012866 Service: NEW JERSEY Rank: PRIVATE Birth: 2 Apr 1744 MORRIS CO NEW JERSEY Death: 8 Jan 1827 BETHLEHEM HUNTERDON CO NEW JERSEY Service Description: 1) MORRIS CO MIL. REC'D CERT FOR PAY

He died on 8 January 1827 at the age of 82 in Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., NJ.1246,4271,5463 Thomas was buried after 8 January 1827 at Mansfield Woodhouse Presbyterian Church Cem. in Washington, Warren Co., NJ.5788 He was an attorney. Parents: John M. BOWLBY Sr.-13037 and Mary LANING-13038.

Spouse: Sarah COWELL-40672. Sarah COWELL and Pvt. Thomas BOWLBY Sr. were married in 1765.947 Children were: John "Uncle Jack" BOWLBY Sr.-40673, Thomas BOWLBY Jr.-40674, Olivia B. BOWLBY-40675, Eunice BOWLBY-40676, Samuel BOWLBY-40677, George "Gage" BOWLBY-40678, Ebenezer BOWLBY-40679, Joseph BOWLBY-40680, David BOWLBY-40681, Lydia BOWLBY-40682.

Thomas BOWLBY1244,1245,3378 was born about 1766 in Mansfield Woodhouse, Sussex Co., NJ.3378,5455 He was baptized on 26 June 1768 in Sussex Co., NJ.3378,3379 He lived in Woodhouse, Norfolk Co., Ontario, Canada in 1797. Thomas died on 16 February 1848 at the age of 82 in Woodhouse Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario, Canada.3378 He was buried at Doans Hollow Cem..3378 Parents: Richard BOWLBY Sr.-13082 and Mary DRAKE-40905.

Spouse: Sarah/Sara "Sally" AXFORD-41097. Sarah/Sara "Sally" AXFORD and Thomas BOWLBY were married about 1788 in New Jersey.947,3378 Children were: Axford BOWLBY-41098, Richard Woolson BOWLBY-41099, Thomas William BOWLBY Jr.-41100, Martha Ann "Patty" BOWLBY-41101, Wooster BOWLBY-41102, Abraham BOWLBY-41104, John Alexander BOWLBY-41103.

Thomas BOWLBY Jr.1245,3482,5789 was born on 12 May 1772.5790 He died before 1823 at the age of 51.1246 Parents: Pvt. Thomas BOWLBY Sr.-13087 and Sarah COWELL-40672.

Spouse: Hannah (WIFE OF BOWLBY, THOMAS, JR.)-122354. Hannah (WIFE OF BOWLBY, THOMAS, JR.) and Thomas BOWLBY Jr. were married. Children were: Rebecca BOWLBY-122357, Ebenezer BOWLBY-122358, Samuel Coleman BOWLBY-122359, Jacob M. BOWLBY-122456, Louisa BOWLBY-122470, Mary BOWLBY-47605, Adam Riley BOWLBY-122371, William Inis BOWLBY-123175, David BOWLBY-123176.

Thomas BOWLBY1245,3482,5350,5653 was born on 5 March 1775 in Sussex Co., NJ.1246 He died on 5 November 1853 at the age of 78 in Newark, Licking Co., OH.1246,5321 He was buried at Oake Grove Cem. in McLean Co., IL.1245 Parents: John BOWLBY Jr.-13085 and Catharine/Katherine HORNBAKER-40655.

Spouse: (First wife of BOWLBY, Thomas) HORNBAKER-135172. (First wife of BOWLBY, Thomas) HORNBAKER and Thomas BOWLBY were married. Children were: John C. BOWLBY-135173.

Spouse: Sarah "Sally" MARSHALL-73946. Sarah "Sally" MARSHALL and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 6 April 1803 in Sussex Co., NJ.5321 Children were: Charles BOWLBY-73947, Elizabeth BOWLBY-135246, Jesse Stroud BOWLBY-135249, Rebecca BOWLBY-135250, Mary Phoebe BOWLBY-135256, Sally Ann BOWLBY-135398.

Thomas BOWLBY154 was born on 19 February 1790. He was baptized on 28 March 1791 in Houghton-Le-Spring, County Durham, England, UK. He died on 11 August 1842 at the age of 52. Thomas was buried on 16 August 1842 in Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, England, UK.154 Parents: Thomas BOWLBY-143852 and Eleanora Elizabeth SALVIN-143858.

Spouse: Williamina Martha Arnold BALFOUR-143875. Williamina Martha Arnold BALFOUR and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 1 February 1817 at King's Chapel in Gibraltar. Children were: Thomas William BOWLBY-143878, John George BOWLBY-143879, Jane Catherine Helen BOWLBY-143880, Charles Halkett Norbourne BOWLBY-143881, Anthony Garthwaite Temple BOWLBY-143882, Alfred Picton BOWLBY-143883, Mina Alethea BOWLBY-143884, Eleanor BOWLBY-143885, Frances Martha BOWLBY-143886.

Spouse: Margaret Matilda MEIN-143887. Margaret Matilda MEIN and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 24 August 1835 in Canonbie, County Dumfries, Scotland, UK. Children were: Eleanora Elizabeth BOWLBY-143890, Marianne Josephine BOWLBY-143891, Frances Matilda BOWLBY-143892, Pulteney Edward BOWLBY-143893, Thomasina Margaret BOWLBY-143894.

Thomas BOWLBY188,307,5588,5791 was born in 1793. He died on 10 May 1871 at the age of 78. He was buried in the old Valley Burying Ground, near Junction, later Hampton, Hunterdon Co., NJ.188 Parents: John "Uncle Jack" BOWLBY Sr.-40673 and Anna Catherine "Ann" WAGNER-122646.

Spouse: Sarah FRITTS-122655. Sarah FRITTS and Thomas BOWLBY were married in October 1814 in Lebanon Twp., Hunterdon Co., NJ. Children were: William H. BOWLBY Sr.-122656, Lydia BOWLBY-122664, Peter BOWLBY-122666.

Thomas BOWLBY1244,1245,1273,1274 was born before 25 February 1795 in Shelburne, Shelburne Co., Nova Scotia. He was baptized on 25 February 1795 in Shelburne, Shelburne Co., Nova Scotia.5792 Parents: Edward BOWLSBY-40806 and Deborah (WIFE OF BOWLSBY, EDWARD-40807.

Thomas BOWLBY1190,5304 was born on 26 November 1803 in Wilmot Twp., Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.3379 Parents: Richard BOWLBY Jr.-40975 and Elizabeth HAWKESWORTH/HAWKSWORTH-40976.

Spouse: Ann GATES-146839. Ann GATES and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 5 December 1822 in Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada. Children were: Samuel BOWLBY-146844, Mary BOWLBY-146967, James Whitfield BOWLBY-146969, John Gates BOWLBY-147021, Burton BOWLBY-147023.

Spouse: Elizabeth DOWNIE-146842. Elizabeth DOWNIE and Thomas BOWLBY were married. Children were: Albert BOWLBY-147024, Enoch BOWLBY-147026, William Austin BOWLBY-147028, Lavinia BOWLBY-147030, Caroline Elizabeth BOWLBY-147031.

Spouse: Thankful BOWLES-146843. Thankful BOWLES and Thomas BOWLBY were married. They had their marriage annulled.

Thomas BOWLBY188,1262 was born in 1812 in Hunterdon Co., NJ. He died in 1894 at the age of 82. He was buried at Bigler Cem. in Oakland Co., MI.188,1262 Parents: George "Gage" BOWLBY-40678 and Anna CRISSMAN-123460.

Spouse: Mary Jane (WIFE OF BOWLBY, THOMAS)-123477. Mary Jane (WIFE OF BOWLBY, THOMAS) and Thomas BOWLBY were married. Children were: Sarah A. BOWLBY-123478, Abram BOWLBY-123479, Martha M. BOWLBY-123480, Anna BOWLBY-123481.

Thomas BOWLBY188,4269 was born on 11 May 1818 at near Dayton in Montgomery Co., OH. He died from apoplexy while ranking wood on 4 February 1895 at the age of 76. He was buried at High Prairie M. E. Church Cem. in Muscatine, Muscatine Co., IA.188,4269 Parents: David BOWLBY-40681 and Catharine Elizabeth BEATY-74245.

Spouse: Elizabeth STOKER-123812. Elizabeth STOKER and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 28 March 1839. Children were: Lydia BOWLBY-123813, Thomas Jefferson "Jeff" BOWLBY-123819, John Summer BOWLBY-123878, Martha "Ella" BOWLBY-123880, Amanda M. BOWLBY-123887.

Thomas BOWLBY1336 was born about 1837 in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada. Parents: John Alexander BOWLBY-41103 and Rachel Ann BIRDSALL-147132.

Spouse: Hannah "Amelia" GIDNEY-147137. Hannah "Amelia" GIDNEY and Thomas BOWLBY were married on 3 July 1867.

Thomas BOWLBY3839 was born about 1850 in Richwood, Union Co., OH.5537 He inherited half his grandfather's farm upon his father's death.

Parents: Henry Clay BOWLBY-13251 and Elizabeth BARBEE-13252.

Thomas BOWLBY1250,2763,5461 was born on 16 July 1851 in near Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH. He died on 7 April 1928 at the age of 76 in Duchouquet, Auglaize Co., OH. He was buried on 10 April 1928 at Greenlawn Cem. in Wapakoneta, Auglaize Co., OH. Thomas was a farmer. Parents: James B. BOWLBY-74246 and Susan Malinda AGENBROAD-74247.

Thomas BOWLBY2897 was born in 1865 in Lamar, Barton Co., MO. He died in August 1942 at the age of 77. Parents: Samuel BOWLBY-72166 and Sarah Ellen REECE-72170.

Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.

Living (private). Parents: Clarence Arthur BOWLBY-133498 and Agnes Mary CURRAN-133499.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living.

Thomas Boileau BOWLBY1244,4968 was born on 13 December 1894 in Bath, Steuben Co., NY.4969 He died in 1987 at the age of 93.4969 He was buried at Grove Cem. in Bath, Steuben Co., NY.4969 Parents: John Henry BOWLBY-47503 and Helene BOILEAU-47505.

Spouse: Theresa A./M. MACQUINN-47508. Theresa A./M. MACQUINN and Thomas Boileau BOWLBY were married about 1916. Children were: Virginia A. BOWLBY-47509, Thomas Boileau BOWLBY Jr.-47510.

Thomas Boileau BOWLBY Jr.1244,4968 was born about 1922. Parents: Thomas Boileau BOWLBY-47506 and Theresa A./M. MACQUINN-47508.

Spouse: Pauline MERLE-147834. Pauline MERLE and Thomas Boileau BOWLBY Jr. were married in 1951. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living, Living.

Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.

Living (private). Parents: Ray Dwight BOWLBY-486 and Virginia DUPPSTADT-489.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.

Thomas H. BOWLBY5631 was born about November 1874. He died on 23 August 1875 at the age of 0. He was buried at Springford Cem in Springford, Ontario, Canada.5631 Parents: Josiah A. BOWLBY-41189 and Sarah SHELDON-41190.

Thomas J. BOWLBY57 was born between 1819 and 1831 in New Jersey. Parents: John C. BOWLBY-135173 and Ann YOUNG-135174.

Spouse: Rachel MUSSELMAN-135185. Rachel MUSSELMAN and Thomas J. BOWLBY were married. Children were: Lilly M. BOWLBY-135188, Clara A. "Clarrie" BOWLBY-135189, Curtis M. "Murry" BOWLBY-135190, Amsie Irene BOWLBY-135191.

Thomas Jefferson "Jeff" BOWLBY188,4269 was born about 1850 in near Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH. Parents: Thomas BOWLBY-123811 and Elizabeth STOKER-123812.

Spouse: Catherine CHAPMAN-123820. Catherine CHAPMAN and Thomas Jefferson "Jeff" BOWLBY were married. Children were: Norman Wilbur BOWLBY-123873, Harold BOWLBY-123874, Elsie Ann BOWLBY-123875, Iva Grace BOWLBY-123876, Ellen "Ella" BOWLBY-123877.

Thomas R. BOWLBY1532,2159 was born on 4 July 1857 in Richwood, Union Co., OH.2159 He died on 26 October 1919 at the age of 62.2159 Parents: Samuel Barker BOWLBY-13117 and Abigail BOWLBY-13118.

Spouse: Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" OZMENT-69266. Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" OZMENT and Thomas R. BOWLBY were married in Walnut Ridge, Lawrence Co., AK. Children were: Lee Andrus BOWLBY-69269.

Thomas Rupert BOWLBY488 was born on 28 September 1882. He was baptized on 9 November 1882 in St. Augustine's, Kilburn, County London, England, UK. Parents: Charles Cotsford BOWLBY-143902 and Rosalie SMEDLEY-143909.

Thomas Sanderson BOWLBY256 was baptized on 11 July 1821 at St. Oswald's in Durham, County Durham, England, UK. He was buried on 14 August 1821 at St. Oswald's in Durham, County Durham, England, UK.256 Parents: Peter BOWLBY-144291 and Alice DARNELL-144305.

Living (private). Parents: Reverend Ronald Oliver BOWLBY-144075 and Elizabeth Trevelyan MONRO-144076.

Thomas Tupper BOWLBY148 was born on 6 January 1826 in Aylesford, Kings Co., Nova Scotia, Canada. He died in November 1911 at the age of 85. Parents: Jordan BOWLBY-40967 and Eunice TUPPER-147244.

Spouse: Mary BABER-147266. Mary BABER and Thomas Tupper BOWLBY were married. Children were: Calvin Albertus BOWLBY-147269.

Spouse: Maria WHEELOCK-147270. Maria WHEELOCK and Thomas Tupper BOWLBY were married.

Living (private). Parents: George Edward BOWLBY-124571 and Wanda "Pauline" SMITH-124572.

Thomas William BOWLBY Jr.1244,1245,5534,5793 was born in 1801 in Woodhouse, Norfolk Co., Ontario, Canada.5455,5534 He died on 13 October 1823 at the age of 22 in Woodhouse, Norfolk Co., Ontario, Canada.1336,5793 Parents: Thomas BOWLBY-41096 and Sarah/Sara "Sally" AXFORD-41097.

Spouse: Harriet LYMBURNER-147127. Harriet LYMBURNER and Thomas William BOWLBY Jr. were married. Children were: Sarah BOWLBY-147128.

Thomas William BOWLBY488 was born on 7 January 1818 in Gibraltar. He was baptized on 24 January 1818 in Gibraltar. He died on 22 September 1860 at the age of 42 in Tungchow, China. Thomas was buried on 17 October 1860 at the Russian Cem. in An-tin Gate, Peking, China.488

Sun Sep 16, 2012 10:35 am (PDT) . Posted by: "Schenectady0238" schenectady0238
Thomas William Bowlby (10) [Richard (5)] was born at Gibraltar on January 7, 1818. He
was the eldest of nine children born to Thomas Bowlby (9), a Captain in the British Royal
Artillery, and his first wife, Williamina Martha Arnold (Balfour) Bowlby, a daughter of
Major-General William Balfour, who were married February 1, 1817 at Gibraltar.
Williamina died on February 3, 1834 in County Durham, England.

Thomas William grew up in Sunderland, Durham where his father became a timber merchant. After finishing his schooling with a private Scottish tutor, he trained as an attorney under his cousin, Russell Bowlby, also of Sunderland. After completing his training in law, he moved to London where he worked as a law clerk and in 1846 became a junior partner in a law firm. However, he decided he would prefer a career as a writer, and in 1848, he went to Berlin, Germany to report on the revolutions that were occurring in Europe as a special correspondent for The Times, a British daily newspaper which had been founded in 1785.
In 1860, Thomas William Bowlby was sent by The Times to China. At that time, the British were engaged in the Second Anglo-Chinese War, also known as the Second Opium War (1856-1860). He traveled on the steamship, the S.S. Malabar, with a Scottish lord, James Bruce, the 8th Earl of Elgin, who was then the British ambassador to China, and with Baron Jean-Baptiste Louis Gros, then the French ambassador to London. However, the ship encountered a severe storm, was beached, and sank in Galle harbor, southern Sri Lanka, on May 22, 1860. Thomas William wrote informative reports from China which were popular with Times readers, his report of the shipwreck considered one of his best.
After Tientsin, China was captured by the British forces on August 23, 1860, Admiral Sir James Hope and four others went to Tungchow to begin arrangements for peace. Thomas William Bowlby accompanied them; however, they were captured and imprisoned by San-kolin-sin, a Chinese Tatar general. Thomas William Bowlby died at Tungchow on September 22, 1860, form the effects of the treatment he received in prison. He was buried in the Russian Cemetery, An-tin Gate, Peking, China on October 17, 1860.
Thomas William Bowlby was married to Frances Marion Mein, a daughter of Pulteney Mein, a surgeon. The couple married on September 23, 1848 at Canonbie, County Dumfries, Scotland and had seven children, one of them being Anthony Alfred Bowlby, who later became a medical doctor and surgeon and was created a baronet in 1923. Sir Anthony's grandson, Sir Richard Peregrine Longstaff Bowlby (13), is the third and current Bowlby baronet. Sir Richard's father was Sir Anthony's second son, John Bowlby, M.D. (Edward John Mostyn Bowlby), the famous child psychiatrist and author of the Attachment Theory regarding young children and their primary caretakers.
September 22nd, 2012, marks the 152nd anniversary of the unfortunate and early death of Thomas William Bowlby (10) (Richard (5)].
Wayne Bowlby (13) [Richard (7)]
Bowlby Families in England and America, 1993, Raymond Edwin Bowlby (14)'s-revenge-the-burning-
Parents: Thomas BOWLBY-143865 and Williamina Martha Arnold BALFOUR-143875.

Spouse: Frances Marian MEIN-143901. Frances Marian MEIN and Thomas William BOWLBY were married on 23 September 1848 in Canonbie, County Dumfries, Scotland, UK. Children were: Charles Cotsford BOWLBY-143902, Frances Anne BOWLBY-143903, William BOWLBY-143904, Sir Anthony Alfred BOWLBY-143905, Thomas William BOWLBY-143906, Wilhelmina Alethea BOWLBY-143907, Frederic Alexander BOWLBY-143908.

Thomas William BOWLBY206 was born on 10 June 1856 in Chaudfontaine, Liège, Belgium. He is the twin brother of Wilhelmina Alethea BOWLBY He died on 10 June 1856 at the age of 0 in Chaudfontaine, Liège, Belgium. Parents: Thomas William BOWLBY-143878 and Frances Marian MEIN-143901.

Thomas William Salvin BOWLBY504 was born on 3 February 1845. He is the twin brother of George Russell Salvin BOWLBY He was baptized on 20 July 1845 in Little Thurrock, County Essex, England, UK. Thomas died on 12 June 1925 at the age of 80. Parents: Reverend Edward BOWLBY-143869 and Caroline RANDALL-144088.

Spouse: Alice Antonina NELSON-144249. Alice Antonina NELSON and Thomas William Salvin BOWLBY were married on 12 January 1887 at St. Stephen's in Avenue Road, County London, England. Children were: Alice May BOWLBY-144250, Russell Frank BOWLBY-144251, Gerard Arthur BOWLBY-144252.

Thomasina Margaret BOWLBY392 was born on 14 September 1842 in Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, England, UK. She was baptized on 14 September 1842 in Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, England, UK. She died on 13 March 1909 at the age of 66 at Arlington House in Exeter Park, Bournemouth., England, UK. Thomasina was buried on 18 March 1909 in Bournemouth, Hampshire, England, UK.392 Parents: Thomas BOWLBY-143865 and Margaret Matilda MEIN-143887.

Thornton E. BOWLBY5273 was born on 24 July 1879. He died on 9 December 1896 at the age of 17. He was buried at Bald Hill M. P. Church Cem. in Dunkard Twp., Greene Co., PA.5273 Parents: James P. BOWLBY-134460 and Susannah DONLEY-134462.

Tiffany Nicole BOWLBY5530 was born (date unknown). Parents: Living.

Living (private). Parents: Living and Suzanne M. SHIMER-125153.

Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.