Abt 1581 - 1664 (~ 83 years)
||Thomas Bourne  |
||Abt 1581 
||8 Aug 2009 |
||Elizabeth, b. Abt 1590, d. 1660 (Age ~ 70 years) |
|+||1. John Bourne, d. Dec 1684|
| ||2. Lydia Bourne, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||3. Margaret Bourne, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||4. Anne Bourne, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||5. Martha Bourne, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||6. Elizabeth Bourne, d. Yes, date unknown|
||13 Aug 2008 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- It has not been learned from whence he (Thomas) emigrated. However, circumstances lead us to believe that he was one of "The Men of Kent." His home lands were situated adjoining the estates of his sons-in-law, Josias Winslow, and Rev. Robert Waterman, to whom he gave of his land liberally. He was a large land holder in the south part of the colony. He and his wife, Elizabeth, were past life's meridian when we find them at Green Harbor.
Thomas Bourne died 1664, aged 83 years. His wife died in 1660, aged 70 years. Their son, John, succeeded to the homestead. He married Alice, daughter of Thomas Besbeech.
The owner of the homestead in 1854 was the venerable John Bourne, aged 95 years. He was the last survivor of the War of Indepencence and was with General Thomas at Dorchester Heights. He died in 1860, aged 100 years. 
- [S2291] Genealogy of the Bisbee Family, Frank Jones Bisbee, (1956; reprint, Decatur, MI: Johnson Graphics, 1992), p. 23.
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