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Descendants of Francis de Bourdon

Source Citations


418. Oliver Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], page 107, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "189. OLIVER, born 1750. "The name of his wife was Phoebe; they lived in Johnston, and I think he was the last of the Bordens descended from Thomas bearing the Borden name. He was a Baptist preacher or exhorter, but without much intelligence, natural ability or education. A person who had frequently heard him preach remarked to me that Elder Wilson of Providence once said of Elder Borden: "There is a minister in Jonston, I hear, who preaches for nothing, and I think that is as much as it is worth." But it is no disparagement to the reputation of anyone to bear the reproaches of Parson Wilson. The Apostles were all exhorters, and worked, not for wages, but the Glory of God, and were eminently successful; and so may others do if they have the ability to sustain themselves and families. Mr. Bordem had several children. In an old neglected burial ground I found a headstone with the names of Joseph, Sarah and Oliver, children of Oliver Borden; the last died December 17, 1806. He may have left others at his death, but I could not hear of any. The last entry of his name on the records was in a deed of land bought by him of Amos Collins March 22, 1822 for $220. The date of his death I could not find, nor the place of his burial." S."


182. Joseph Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], page 88, 107, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "88. JOSEPH, born in 1689; died 1745. Pie was made a Freeman of Providence May 6, 1735. He appears to hav been a man of some notoriety among his fellow citizens. He was appointed clerk of the General Assembly May 7, 1712, and in 1744 and 1745 represented the town in the same. A division deed, made by his two sons of a house and land "given them by their honored father, Joseph Borden," is recorded in Joneton, R. I. Joseph's wife was named Elizabeth.


190. ELIZABETH
191. SARAH
192. JOSEPH
193. ABRAHAM."


186. William Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 89, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "92. WILLIAM, born 1719; died April 21, 1744. He married Elizabeth Hudson November 5, 1742."

2Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., page 107. "92. WILLIAM, Providence, R. I. as father had:
194. MARY, born August, 1743; married Josiah King.
195. MERIBAH, born 1744; married Richard Thornton."

3FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/156100034/william-borden. Image.


Elizabeth Hudson

1Rhode Island, Vital Record of 1846-1894, 1901-1953 (Providence, R.I. : Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, 1893), https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:4M3V-LBPZ. "Name: William Borden
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 1742
Event Place: Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Event Place (Original): Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth Hudson
Spouse's Gender: Female
Entry Number: 8376

Digital Folder Number: 007767899
Image Number: 01083

Citing this Record
"Rhode Island, Vital records, 1846-1898, 1901-1953," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:4M3V-LBPZ : 7 November 2019), William Borden and Elizabeth Hudson, 1742; citing Marriage, Providence, Rhode Island, United States, Rhode Island State Archives, Providence; FHL microfilm 007767899." Image.

2Rhode Island Births and Christenings, 1600-1914, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F8QW-7NL. Image.

3FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/209453876?createdMemorial=Yes. "Father's Name: Thomas Hudson
Mother's Name: Mary
"Rhode Island Births and Christenings, 1600-1914", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F8QW-7NL), Elizabeth Hudson, 1722.

Married William Borden on 5 Nov 1742.
"Rhode Island, Vital records, 1846-1898, 1901-1953," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:4M3V-LBPZ : 7 November 2019), William Borden and Elizabeth Hudson, 1742; citing Marriage, Providence, Rhode Island, United States, Rhode Island State Archives, Providence; FHL microfilm 007767899.

Children:
Mary (b. Apr 1743) in Providence county, Rhode Island
Meribah (b. 1744 in Providence county, Rhode Island

2nd husband: Surname of Thornton
"Elizabeth was named in her mother's will which was written 15 Sep 1769 and proved 14 Aug 1773. At the time of the will, she was named "Elizabeth Thornton." She received L3.15s and one-seventh of her mother's estate."." Image.

4FamilySearch - Family Tree. "Elizabeth was named in her mother's will which was written 15 Sep 1769 and proved 14 Aug 1773. At the time of the will, she was named "Elizabeth Thornton." She received L3.15s and one-seventh of her mother's estate."


424. Meribah Borden

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19408687. "Parents:
. Marcy Borden (1672 - 1753)
. Meribah Holroyd (1685 - 1723)

Marriage:
. Elizabeth Hudson

Children:
1. Mary Borden
2. Meribah Borden." Image.


Richard Thornton

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19408725. Image.


187. Mary Borden

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21844676. Image.


Josiah King

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20833409. "Sixth of seven born to John King and his 2nd wife Elizabeth. He married twice. First to Mary Borden and next to Hannah Field. He was the grandfather of Governor Samuel Ward King." Image.


425. William Borden King

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21844831. "Marriage:
Welthian Walton 6 Nov 1774

Father of:
John Borden King [1776]
Lydia King Potter [1777]
Mary Borden King b: 3 DEC 1779
William Borden King Jr. [1782]
Gov. Samuel Ward King [1786]
Josiah King [1788]
sp. Mary Olney [1787-1836 m. 1812]
Sally Green King b: 8 JUN 1793
John King [1795]." Image.


188. Meribah Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], page 107, FHL US/CAN Film 512. Error: Hattie states that Meribah was born in 1744 and married Richard Thornton.
Both the birth year and spouse were incorrect in her record.


196. Francis Borden

1Augusta A. Pettit, Mrs., 1932, Borden, Lloyd, Levis families of Shrewsbury, East Jersey, Some genealogical notes on the, Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, p.5, FHL US/CAN Film 858787 Item 7. "I have in my possession what remains of Francis and Lydia Borden's Bible. It is of little satisfaction as to family records, for with the exception of the births of Francis and Lydia the other data are too badly torn to give a whole record of the names and birth of any one of their children... ."

2Elmer T. Hutchinson, New Jersey, Documents Relating To The Colonial History Of The State Of New Jersey, Calendar Of New Jersey Wills, Volume VI,, Heritage Books, Inc. MD 05/01/2009  590 pages, page 51. "1781, March 12. Borden, Francis of Nottingham Township, Burlington Co.; will of. My sons, Joseph, and Thomas Borden, have lately made a division line through my plantation where I live, and placed corner stones at the several corners; and now I give that part on the west side of said line to my son, Joseph, and the part on the east side to my son, Thomas. Son. Francis. the plantation 1 bought of William Giberson, where Francis now lives. Son, James, f5. Daughter, Rhoda Robins, to have a room In my house for one year. Daughters, Mary Lawrie, Lydia Foard, Rhoda Robins and Hannah Hankins. rest of personal estate. Executors-sons, Joseph and Francis. Witnesses-David Rulon, Edmond Bower, Micjael Allen. Proved Oct. 21, 1784.

1784, Oct. 21. Inventory, made by Thomas Thorn and Jacob Middleton.  Lib. 25, p. 434."

3Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 268, 974 D2. Source Image. Citation Image.


Lydia Woolley

1Augusta A. Pettit, Mrs., 1932, Borden, Lloyd, Levis families of Shrewsbury, East Jersey, Some genealogical notes on the, Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, p.7, FHL US/CAN Film 858787 Item 7.

2Augusta A. Pettit, Mrs., 1932, Borden, Lloyd, Levis families of Shrewsbury, East Jersey, Some genealogical notes on the, p.7. "According to Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting Records is the above [Francis Borden, Jr. m. Lydia Woolley] and 1732, 4th of 3rd mo. John Wooley of Shrewsbury and Sarah Rundels were married at the home of Thomas Woolley at Shrewsbury.

This seems to indicate that John and Lydia may have been brother and sister and had a double wedding. The high contracting parties were - John Wooley, Sarah Wooley, Francis Borden, Lydia Borden. The witnesses were - Benjamin Wooiey, Richard Stilwell, Rachel Wooley, Pontius Steel, Mary Borden, John Wooley, Sarah Wardell, Sarah Harbert, William Brindler, Anne Allen, George Williams, William Wooley, John Borden, Francis Borden. (Francis Borden was the father of the groom and Mary Borden was his mother.) Also witnesses are, Ruth Wooley, Edward Fortner, Thomas Lippincott and Walter Harbert.

When we found the old much mutilated records of the Francis and Lydia Borden Bible in which it gave the date of the births of these two ancestors of ours, it proved very gratifying to the Rev. William White Hance, since Deceased, an Episcopal clergyman and very painstaking genealogist of Monmouth County for he had long suspected that Mrs. Weld in her "Borden book" was not correct in claiming that Mary was the mother of Francis Borden Jr's children, who were as follows:
Joseph,
Thomas,
Francis, born 1743 died at Imlaystown, Monmouth Co., N.J. He m. Elizabeth Parker,
James d. 1811 m. Susannah Robbins,
Rhoda born 23rd, 8mo 1748 m. Abel Robbins,
Mary born 7th 3mo. 1752 m. James Lawrie,
Lydia born 4th, llmo. 1754 m. James Ford,
Hannah born 15th lmo. 1757 m. -- Hawkins."


429. Thomas Borden

1Elmer T. Hutchinson, New Jersey, Documents Relating To The Colonial History Of The State Of New Jersey, Calendar Of New Jersey Wills, Volume VI,, Heritage Books, Inc. MD 05/01/2009  590 pages, page 51. "1781, March 12. Borden, Francis of Nottingham Township, Burlington Co.; will of. My sons, Joseph, and Thomas Borden, have lately made a division line through my plantation where I live, and placed corner stones at the several corners; and now I give that part on the west side of said line to my son, Joseph, and the part on the east side to my son, Thomas. Son. Francis. the plantation 1 bought of William Giberson, where Francis now lives. Son, James, f5. Daughter, Rhoda Robins, to have a room In my house for one year. Daughters, Mary Lawrie, Lydia Foard, Rhoda Robins and Hannah Hankins. rest of personal estate. Executors-sons, Joseph and Francis. Witnesses-David Rulon, Edmond Bower, Micjael Allen. Proved Oct. 21, 1784.

1784, Oct. 21. Inventory, made by Thomas Thorn and Jacob Middleton.                          Lib. 25, p. 434."


433. Rhoda Borden

1Elmer T. Hutchinson, New Jersey, Documents Relating To The Colonial History Of The State Of New Jersey, Calendar Of New Jersey Wills, Volume VI,, Heritage Books, Inc. MD 05/01/2009  590 pages, page 51. "1781, March 12. Borden, Francis of Nottingham Township, Burlington Co.; will of. My sons, Joseph, and Thomas Borden, have lately made a division line through my plantation where I live, and placed corner stones at the several corners; and now I give that part on the west side of said line to my son, Joseph, and the part on the east side to my son, Thomas. Son. Francis. the plantation 1 bought of William Giberson, where Francis now lives. Son, James, f5. Daughter, Rhoda Robins, to have a room In my house for one year. Daughters, Mary Lawrie, Lydia Foard, Rhoda Robins and Hannah Hankins. rest of personal estate. Executors-sons, Joseph and Francis. Witnesses-David Rulon, Edmond Bower, Micjael Allen. Proved Oct. 21, 1784.

1784, Oct. 21. Inventory, made by Thomas Thorn and Jacob Middleton.                          Lib. 25, p. 434."

2Augusta A. Pettit, Mrs., 1932, Borden, Lloyd, Levis families of Shrewsbury, East Jersey, Some genealogical notes on the, Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, p.8, FHL US/CAN Film 858787 Item 7.


Abel Robbins

1Augusta A. Pettit, Mrs., 1932, Borden, Lloyd, Levis families of Shrewsbury, East Jersey, Some genealogical notes on the, Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, p.8, FHL US/CAN Film 858787 Item 7. "Hannah Robbins Colson, the wife of Edwin Colson, had an old Bible containing records which confirm my ascertain: Abel Robbins... Rhoda Robbins... [birth & death dates listed]."


434. Mary Borden

1Elmer T. Hutchinson, New Jersey, Documents Relating To The Colonial History Of The State Of New Jersey, Calendar Of New Jersey Wills, Volume VI,, Heritage Books, Inc. MD 05/01/2009  590 pages, page 51. "1781, March 12. Borden, Francis of Nottingham Township, Burlington Co.; will of. My sons, Joseph, and Thomas Borden, have lately made a division line through my plantation where I live, and placed corner stones at the several corners; and now I give that part on the west side of said line to my son, Joseph, and the part on the east side to my son, Thomas. Son. Francis. the plantation 1 bought of William Giberson, where Francis now lives. Son, James, f5. Daughter, Rhoda Robins, to have a room In my house for one year. Daughters, Mary Lawrie, Lydia Foard, Rhoda Robins and Hannah Hankins. rest of personal estate. Executors-sons, Joseph and Francis. Witnesses-David Rulon, Edmond Bower, Micjael Allen. Proved Oct. 21, 1784.

1784, Oct. 21. Inventory, made by Thomas Thorn and Jacob Middleton.                          Lib. 25, p. 434."


435. Lydia Borden

1Elmer T. Hutchinson, New Jersey, Documents Relating To The Colonial History Of The State Of New Jersey, Calendar Of New Jersey Wills, Volume VI,, Heritage Books, Inc. MD 05/01/2009  590 pages, page 51. "1781, March 12. Borden, Francis of Nottingham Township, Burlington Co.; will of. My sons, Joseph, and Thomas Borden, have lately made a division line through my plantation where I live, and placed corner stones at the several corners; and now I give that part on the west side of said line to my son, Joseph, and the part on the east side to my son, Thomas. Son. Francis. the plantation 1 bought of William Giberson, where Francis now lives. Son, James, f5. Daughter, Rhoda Robins, to have a room In my house for one year. Daughters, Mary Lawrie, Lydia Foard, Rhoda Robins and Hannah Hankins. rest of personal estate. Executors-sons, Joseph and Francis. Witnesses-David Rulon, Edmond Bower, Micjael Allen. Proved Oct. 21, 1784.

1784, Oct. 21. Inventory, made by Thomas Thorn and Jacob Middleton.                          Lib. 25, p. 434."


436. Hannah Borden

1Elmer T. Hutchinson, New Jersey, Documents Relating To The Colonial History Of The State Of New Jersey, Calendar Of New Jersey Wills, Volume VI,, Heritage Books, Inc. MD 05/01/2009  590 pages, page 51. "1781, March 12. Borden, Francis of Nottingham Township, Burlington Co.; will of. My sons, Joseph, and Thomas Borden, have lately made a division line through my plantation where I live, and placed corner stones at the several corners; and now I give that part on the west side of said line to my son, Joseph, and the part on the east side to my son, Thomas. Son. Francis. the plantation 1 bought of William Giberson, where Francis now lives. Son, James, f5. Daughter, Rhoda Robins, to have a room In my house for one year. Daughters, Mary Lawrie, Lydia Foard, Rhoda Robins and Hannah Hankins. rest of personal estate. Executors-sons, Joseph and Francis. Witnesses-David Rulon, Edmond Bower, Micjael Allen. Proved Oct. 21, 1784.

1784, Oct. 21. Inventory, made by Thomas Thorn and Jacob Middleton.                          Lib. 25, p. 434."


197. John Borden

1Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/115861890?cid=mem_copy, 974 D2. Names and birthdates of children listed. Source Image. Citation Image.

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 268. Source Image. Citation Image.

3New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:584 pg 190 9-39. "The Births of John and Elizabeth Burden children
Mary Burden was born 4th day of 1st month 1739
John Burden was born 1st day of 7th month 1742
Joel Burden was born 6th day of 8th month 1744
Elizabeth Burden was born 2nd day of 2nd month 1746
Anne Burden was born 30th day of 9th month 1749
Jean Burden was born 24th day of 3rd month 1753
Hannah Burden was born 15th day of 8th month 1755
Lydia Burden was born 30th day of 11th month 1759."


439. Joel Borden

1New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:585 pg 190 9-39. "The Births of John and Elizabeth Burden children
Mary Burden was born 4th day of 1st month 1739
John Burden was born 1st day of 7th month 1742
Joel Burden was born 6th day of 8th month 1744
Elizabeth Burden was born 2nd day of 2nd month 1746
Anne Burden was born 30th day of 9th month 1749
Jean Burden was born 24th day of 3rd month 1753
Hannah Burden was born 15th day of 8th month 1755
Lydia Burden was born 30th day of 11th month 1759."

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 346, 974 D2. "Joel, born 6, 8mo., 1744." Image.


440. Elizabeth Borden

1New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:585 pg 190 9-39. "The Births of John and Elizabeth Burden children
Mary Burden was born 4th day of 1st month 1739
John Burden was born 1st day of 7th month 1742
Joel Burden was born 6th day of 8th month 1744
Elizabeth Burden was born 2nd day of 2nd month 1746
Anne Burden was born 30th day of 9th month 1749
Jean Burden was born 24th day of 3rd month 1753
Hannah Burden was born 15th day of 8th month 1755
Lydia Burden was born 30th day of 11th month 1759."

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 346, 974 D2. "Elizabeth, born 2, 2mo., 1746." Source Image. Citation Image.


441. Anne Borden

1New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:585 pg 190 9-39. "The Births of John and Elizabeth Burden children
Mary Burden was born 4th day of 1st month 1739
John Burden was born 1st day of 7th month 1742
Joel Burden was born 6th day of 8th month 1744
Elizabeth Burden was born 2nd day of 2nd month 1746
Anne Burden was born 30th day of 9th month 1749
Jean Burden was born 24th day of 3rd month 1753
Hannah Burden was born 15th day of 8th month 1755
Lydia Burden was born 30th day of 11th month 1759."

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 346, 974 D2. "Anne, born 30, 9mo., 1749." Source Image. Citation Image.


442. Jean Borden

1New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:585 pg 190 9-39. "The Births of John and Elizabeth Burden children
Mary Burden was born 4th day of 1st month 1739
John Burden was born 1st day of 7th month 1742
Joel Burden was born 6th day of 8th month 1744
Elizabeth Burden was born 2nd day of 2nd month 1746
Anne Burden was born 30th day of 9th month 1749
Jean Burden was born 24th day of 3rd month 1753
Hannah Burden was born 15th day of 8th month 1755
Lydia Burden was born 30th day of 11th month 1759."

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 346, 974 D2. "Jean, born 24, 3mo., 1753." Source Image. Citation Image.


443. Hannah Borden

1New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:585 pg 190 9-39. "The Births of John and Elizabeth Burden children
Mary Burden was born 4th day of 1st month 1739
John Burden was born 1st day of 7th month 1742
Joel Burden was born 6th day of 8th month 1744
Elizabeth Burden was born 2nd day of 2nd month 1746
Anne Burden was born 30th day of 9th month 1749
Jean Burden was born 24th day of 3rd month 1753
Hannah Burden was born 15th day of 8th month 1755
Lydia Burden was born 30th day of 11th month 1759."

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 346, 974 D2. "Hannah, born 15, 8 mo., 1755." Source Image. Citation Image.

3FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21863022.


444. Lydia Borden

1New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:585 pg 190 9-39. "The Births of John and Elizabeth Burden children
Mary Burden was born 4th day of 1st month 1739
John Burden was born 1st day of 7th month 1742
Joel Burden was born 6th day of 8th month 1744
Elizabeth Burden was born 2nd day of 2nd month 1746
Anne Burden was born 30th day of 9th month 1749
Jean Burden was born 24th day of 3rd month 1753
Hannah Burden was born 15th day of 8th month 1755
Lydia Burden was born 30th day of 11th month 1759."

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 346, 974 D2. "Lydia, born 30, 11 mo., 1759." Source Image. Citation Image.

3New Jersey, Monmouth County. Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, MR PH:585 pg 191 9-39. "Lydia Burden Daughter of John & Elizabeth Burden
Departed this Life 22nd day of the 4th Month 1763."

4Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 346. "Lydia Burden, dau. of John & Elizabeth Burden, died 22, 4 mo., 1763." Source Image. Citation Image.


200. Thomas Borden

1Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 268, 974 D2. Source Image. Citation Image.

2New York, Church Records, 1660-1954, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QG5W-NPZV. Image.


Mary Edwards

1New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VW5N-YQK. Image.


Massey Jackson

1New Jersey, Marriages, 1678-1895, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FZK6-55T. Image.


452. Sarah Borden

1Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 368, 974 D2. "Sarah Borden, born 4th M°, 11, 1759 parents Richard & Hannah [Interpolated "Tilton"] Borden." Source Image. Citation Image.


453. Thomas Borden

1Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 1, pg 368, 974 D2. "Thomas Borden, born 11th M°, 6th, 1760 parents Richard & Hannah [Interpolated
"Tilton"] Borden." Source Image. Citation Image.