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Source Citations


Yeoman Thomas Borden

1Thomas Allen Glenn, b. 1864, Borden, Pedigree of Richard, who removed from the county of Kent, Old England, 1637-1638 and settled at Portsmouth, RI, 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Printed for private distribution, 1901. -- 15 p., FHF 0990349. "Abstract of WILL of 13 Apr, 34 Eliz. (1592).
I, Thomas Borden of Hedcorn in the County Kent, Yeoman.
To be buried in the Churchyard of Hedcorn.
To my daughter Agnes, wife of Jonas Gorham, f10, &c.
To my brother Stephen, f4.
To my sister Elizabeth Borden, f4.
The rest of my goods to my son Mathhew Borden, whom I make Executor.
Proved 26 April 1592 - "The hand mark of Thomas Borden" (Arch. Cant., Vol. XLVIII, folio 279.)."


Joan Borden

1Thomas Allen Glenn, b. 1864, Borden, Pedigree of Richard, who removed from the county of Kent, Old England, 1637-1638 and settled at Portsmouth, RI, 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Printed for private distribution, 1901. -- 15 p., FHF 0990349.


Yeoman Matthew Borden

1Thomas Allen Glenn, b. 1864, Borden, Pedigree of Richard, who removed from the county of Kent, Old England, 1637-1638 and settled at Portsmouth, RI, 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Printed for private distribution, 1901. -- 15 p., FHF 0990349. "BIOGRAPHY-WILL: Thomas Allen Glenn, PEDIGREE OF RICHARD BORDEN Who removed from the country Kent Old Eng. 1637- 1638 and settled at Portsmouth, R.I ; 1901; 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Penn. Printed for Private Distribution; p 12; LDS FHL Film 0990349, 15 p.; NOTES: WILL dated 26 Sep 1620. I, Mathew Borden, of Hedcorn in the County of Kent, Yeoman.
" To the poor of Headcorn, at my burial, 20s.
To my wife Joan two beds and a bedstead, with all things belonging, in the inner chamber over the hall, and the bed and bedstead, with furniture belonging, in the next chamber, wherein I now lie, and a fourth part of all the rest of my household goods, except my bedding, which is to be equally divided, and L8 a year out of my farm called Sim Harnden's, in Smarden, Kent, in the tenure of Edward Watts, broadweaver, until my son John reaches the age of twenty-one years, and after that £4 a year for life to my said wife, the rent of my houses in Headcorn, wherein Zacharias Elye dwells, during her life, the rent of my farm called Grinnett, in Headcorn, in the occupation of Robert Marrance, for her life, and the rest of the tenement where Robert Jones dwells, until my son Edward is twenty-one years old.
To my daughter Amye Borden £60 out of my Smarden lands, in the occupation of James Rich, butcher, at twenty years of age or marriage, to be paid by my son William, one of my executors.
To my daughter Amye a feather bed, with bedstead and furniture belonging thereto.
To my daughter Mary Borden, wife of John Rowe, £16 promised at her marriage.
To my son Edward £40, at twenty-one years of age, and two houses and land, etc., one in Headcorn, in the occupation of Zacharias Elye aforesaid, the other in the den of Blechenden, in the tenure of Robert Jones, sawyer. To my son Edward a feather bed and a bedstead, with furniture thereto belonging, three pewter platters, three pewter dishes, a brass pot, and a brass kettle.
To my son John Borden my house and lands called Sym Harnden's, in Smarden. To my son John a like gift of personalty and £10, at twenty-one years of age.
To my daughter Amye a dozen of pewter, a brass pot, a brass kettle, and a spit.
To Tomson Cuery, my servant, 10s.
To my son Richard my two houses and land in Hedcorn, in the tenure of George Brett and Robert Marrante.
To my son William £40, towards the performance of my daughter Amye's marriage money, to be paid out of my goods before a division is made. To my son William Borden my house and land in Smarden, in the tenure of James Riche, and William is to pay to my wife, his mother £5 per year for life.
Executors and residuary legatees: my sons Richard and William. Supervisor: Thomas Samson, of Cranbrook, yeoman. Witnesses: Obedia Vyne and Richard Pabworth. Written by Jonas Bottinge. Proved by Richard Borden 27 Oct 1620 and by William Borden 30 Nov 1620."
(Arch. Cant., Book 63 [Hall], folio 134.)."

2Ralph and Mildred Branson Wandling;, Branson, The ancestors and descendents of Thomas and Rebecca Borden; 1380-1950, 53 pages quoting research by John A Kelly of Haverford College, Penn, pub 190-, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976; , Compiled by The Media Research Bureau at 1110 F Street, Washington, D.C. (1974), 929.273 B735w  FH Library Film 0928077. "MARRIAGE-LAND: Item 11; NOTE: First marriage documented by Canterbury marriage license. He was a yoeman and owned lands in Headcorn, Swarden and Bletchenden, Kent Co." Image.


Eleanor Taylor

1Thomas Allen Glenn, b. 1864, Borden, Pedigree of Richard, who removed from the county of Kent, Old England, 1637-1638 and settled at Portsmouth, RI, 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Printed for private distribution, 1901. -- 15 p., FHF 0990349. "BIOGRAPHY-WILL: Thomas Allen Glenn, PEDIGREE OF RICHARD BORDEN Who removed from the country Kent Old Eng. 1637- 1638 and settled at Portsmouth, R.I ; 1901; 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Penn. Printed for Private Distribution; p 12; LDS FHL Film 0990349, 15 p.; NOTES: WILL dated 26 Sep 1620. I, Mathew Borden, of Hedcorn in the County of Kent, Yeoman.
" To the poor of Headcorn, at my burial, 20s.
To my wife Joan two beds and a bedstead, with all things belonging, in the inner chamber over the hall, and the bed and bedstead, with furniture belonging, in the next chamber, wherein I now lie, and a fourth part of all the rest of my household goods, except my bedding, which is to be equally divided, and L8 a year out of my farm called Sim Harnden's, in Smarden, Kent, in the tenure of Edward Watts, broadweaver, until my son John reaches the age of twenty-one years, and after that £4 a year for life to my said wife, the rent of my houses in Headcorn, wherein Zacharias Elye dwells, during her life, the rent of my farm called Grinnett, in Headcorn, in the occupation of Robert Marrance, for her life, and the rest of the tenement where Robert Jones dwells, until my son Edward is twenty-one years old.
To my daughter Amye Borden £60 out of my Smarden lands, in the occupation of James Rich, butcher, at twenty years of age or marriage, to be paid by my son William, one of my executors.
To my daughter Amye a feather bed, with bedstead and furniture belonging thereto.
To my daughter Mary Borden, wife of John Rowe, £16 promised at her marriage.
To my son Edward £40, at twenty-one years of age, and two houses and land, etc., one in Headcorn, in the occupation of Zacharias Elye aforesaid, the other in the den of Blechenden, in the tenure of Robert Jones, sawyer. To my son Edward a feather bed and a bedstead, with furniture thereto belonging, three pewter platters, three pewter dishes, a brass pot, and a brass kettle.
To my son John Borden my house and lands called Sym Harnden's, in Smarden. To my son John a like gift of personalty and £10, at twenty-one years of age.
To my daughter Amye a dozen of pewter, a brass pot, a brass kettle, and a spit.
To Tomson Cuery, my servant, 10s.
To my son Richard my two houses and land in Hedcorn, in the tenure of George Brett and Robert Marrante.
To my son William £40, towards the performance of my daughter Amye's marriage money, to be paid out of my goods before a division is made. To my son William Borden my house and land in Smarden, in the tenure of James Riche, and William is to pay to my wife, his mother £5 per year for life.
Executors and residuary legatees: my sons Richard and William. Supervisor: Thomas Samson, of Cranbrook, yeoman. Witnesses: Obedia Vyne and Richard Pabworth. Written by Jonas Bottinge. Proved by Richard Borden 27 Oct 1620 and by William Borden 30 Nov 1620."
(Arch. Cant., Book 63 [Hall], folio 134.)."

2Ralph and Mildred Branson Wandling;, Branson, The ancestors and descendents of Thomas and Rebecca Borden; 1380-1950, 53 pages quoting research by John A Kelly of Haverford College, Penn, pub 190-, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976; , Compiled by The Media Research Bureau at 1110 F Street, Washington, D.C. (1974), 929.273 B735w  FH Library Film 0928077. "MARRIAGE-LAND: Item 11; NOTE: First marriage documented by Canterbury marriage license. He was a yoeman and owned lands in Headcorn, Swarden and Bletchenden, Kent Co." Image.


Yeoman Matthew Borden

1Thomas Allen Glenn, b. 1864, Borden, Pedigree of Richard, who removed from the county of Kent, Old England, 1637-1638 and settled at Portsmouth, RI, 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Printed for private distribution, 1901. -- 15 p., FHF 0990349. "BIOGRAPHY-WILL: Thomas Allen Glenn, PEDIGREE OF RICHARD BORDEN Who removed from the country Kent Old Eng. 1637- 1638 and settled at Portsmouth, R.I ; 1901; 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Penn. Printed for Private Distribution; p 12; LDS FHL Film 0990349, 15 p.; NOTES: WILL dated 26 Sep 1620. I, Mathew Borden, of Hedcorn in the County of Kent, Yeoman.
" To the poor of Headcorn, at my burial, 20s.
To my wife Joan two beds and a bedstead, with all things belonging, in the inner chamber over the hall, and the bed and bedstead, with furniture belonging, in the next chamber, wherein I now lie, and a fourth part of all the rest of my household goods, except my bedding, which is to be equally divided, and L8 a year out of my farm called Sim Harnden's, in Smarden, Kent, in the tenure of Edward Watts, broadweaver, until my son John reaches the age of twenty-one years, and after that £4 a year for life to my said wife, the rent of my houses in Headcorn, wherein Zacharias Elye dwells, during her life, the rent of my farm called Grinnett, in Headcorn, in the occupation of Robert Marrance, for her life, and the rest of the tenement where Robert Jones dwells, until my son Edward is twenty-one years old.
To my daughter Amye Borden £60 out of my Smarden lands, in the occupation of James Rich, butcher, at twenty years of age or marriage, to be paid by my son William, one of my executors.
To my daughter Amye a feather bed, with bedstead and furniture belonging thereto.
To my daughter Mary Borden, wife of John Rowe, £16 promised at her marriage.
To my son Edward £40, at twenty-one years of age, and two houses and land, etc., one in Headcorn, in the occupation of Zacharias Elye aforesaid, the other in the den of Blechenden, in the tenure of Robert Jones, sawyer. To my son Edward a feather bed and a bedstead, with furniture thereto belonging, three pewter platters, three pewter dishes, a brass pot, and a brass kettle.
To my son John Borden my house and lands called Sym Harnden's, in Smarden. To my son John a like gift of personalty and £10, at twenty-one years of age.
To my daughter Amye a dozen of pewter, a brass pot, a brass kettle, and a spit.
To Tomson Cuery, my servant, 10s.
To my son Richard my two houses and land in Hedcorn, in the tenure of George Brett and Robert Marrante.
To my son William £40, towards the performance of my daughter Amye's marriage money, to be paid out of my goods before a division is made. To my son William Borden my house and land in Smarden, in the tenure of James Riche, and William is to pay to my wife, his mother £5 per year for life.
Executors and residuary legatees: my sons Richard and William. Supervisor: Thomas Samson, of Cranbrook, yeoman. Witnesses: Obedia Vyne and Richard Pabworth. Written by Jonas Bottinge. Proved by Richard Borden 27 Oct 1620 and by William Borden 30 Nov 1620."
(Arch. Cant., Book 63 [Hall], folio 134.)."

2Ralph and Mildred Branson Wandling;, Branson, The ancestors and descendents of Thomas and Rebecca Borden; 1380-1950, 53 pages quoting research by John A Kelly of Haverford College, Penn, pub 190-, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976; , Compiled by The Media Research Bureau at 1110 F Street, Washington, D.C. (1974), 929.273 B735w  FH Library Film 0928077. "MARRIAGE-LAND: Item 11; NOTE: First marriage documented by Canterbury marriage license. He was a yoeman and owned lands in Headcorn, Swarden and Bletchenden, Kent Co." Image.


Joan Reeder

1England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NTPF-JR9. "Name: Joan Reder or Reader
Event Type: Christening
Event Date: 27 Sep 1573
Event Place: Brenchley, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Event Place (Original): Brenchley, Kent, England
Gender: Female
Father's Name: William Reder or Reader
Record Number: 979

Other information in the record of Joan Reder or Reader
Name: Joan Reder or Reader
Event Type: Christening
Event Date: 27 Sep 1573
Event Place: Brenchley, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Event Place (Original): Brenchley, Kent, England
Gender: Female
Father's Name: William Reder or Reader
Record Number: 979

Reference ID: Item 4 P 17
GS Film Number: 1851041
Digital Folder Number: 004009922
Image Number: 00275
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04614-5
System Origin: EASY

Citing this Record
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NTPF-JR9 : 21 March 2020), William Reder or Reader in entry for Joan Reder or Reader, 1573." Image.

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/69321478. Image.


John Borden

1Thomas Allen Glenn, b. 1864, Borden, Pedigree of Richard, who removed from the county of Kent, Old England, 1637-1638 and settled at Portsmouth, RI, 617 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Printed for private distribution, 1901. -- 15 p., FHF 0990349.

2Pedigree Resource File CD (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 1999), https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:3961-T3K. Image.