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Ann Wilbor

F, ID# 508
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Father*Thomas Wilbor b. c 1547, d. 1628
Mother*Ann Goodaye d. b 1610
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Ann Wilbor was the daughter of Thomas Wilbor and Ann Goodaye.

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Anna Wilbor

F, ID# 1657, (1652 - 1705/6)
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Father*Joseph Wilbor b. c 2 Feb 1629/30, d. 27 Aug 1691
Mother*Elizabeth Farwell b. c 27 May 1630, d. 9 Nov 1670
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Anna Wilbor Stephen and Ann had no children. She was born on 7 May 1652.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Wilbor and Elizabeth Farwell.
     On 26 January 1691/92, Anna Wilbor married Stephen Mirack, son of William Mirack, .1
     Anna Wilbor died on 4 March 1705/6 at the age of 53.1

Family: Anna Wilbor and Stephen Mirack

Citations

  1. [S175] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume I (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1933, reprinted 1998), 1:36. Individual number B-2.. Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.

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Arthur Wilbor

M, ID# 533, (circa 1623 - 1624)
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Father*Samuel Wilbor b. bt 1594 - 1600, d. 24 Jul 1656
Mother*Ann Smith
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Arthur Wilbor was born circa 28 December 1623 in Colchester, Essex England, his parents were residing at Sible Hedingham. He was the son of Samuel Wilbor and Ann Smith.
     Arthur Wilbor died on 2 September 1624 in Sible Hedingham, Colchester, Essex, England .

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Aura Wilbor1

F, ID# 3028, (1802 - 1878)
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Father*Obadiah Wilbor1 b. 6 Jul 1787, d. 23 Sep 1841
Mother*Urana Todd1 b. c 1777
Last Edited=24 Nov 2014

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     Aura Wilbor was born on 1 December 1802 Columbia, New York.2,1 She was the daughter of Obadiah Wilbor and Urana Todd.1
     On 16 July 1829, Aura Wilbor married Hannah Maria Howland.1
     Aura Wilbor died on 18 December 1878 in Roseboom, Otsego, New York, at the age of 76.1

Family: Aura Wilbor and Hannah Maria Howland

Citations

  1. [S217] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume II (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1938, reprinted 1998). Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.
  2. [S1369] 1865 State Census, Otsego County New York, Ancestry.com , Online Database, Provo, Utah, Aura Wilber Household, Town of Roseboom, Family 199 page 26
    Ancestry.com. New York, State Census, 1865 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
    Original data: Census of the state of New York, for 1865. Microfilm. New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

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Benjamin Wilbor1

M, ID# 1550, (1741 - 1777)
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Father*Robert Wilbor b. 4 Feb 1714/15, d. 1782
Mother*Freelove Deuel Duval
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Benjamin Wilbor was born on 19 January 1741 in Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess, New York.2 He was the son of Robert Wilbor and Freelove Deuel Duval.
     In 1768, Benjamin Wilbor married Meribah Tallman, daughter of Silas Tallman and Katherine Hefferland, in Northeast, Dutchess County, New York.
     Benjamin Wilbor left a will filed on 10 April 1777 Nine Partners Precinct, Dutchess, New York. Benjamin Willbur's will states:
In the name of God, Amen, April 10, 1777. I, Benjamin Willbur of the Upper of Little Nine Parners, in Duchess County, Providence of New York, being very sick. All debts to be paid and what my bills and bonds don't make out to be raised out of my outdore movable estate. I leave to my wife Mariabah one-third of my lands during her life, and 2 horses, 2 cows, 1 heifer calf, 10 sheep and all household good, except one desk and one chest with a draw to it. I leave to my son William £60, to be paid by my sons, Robert and Benjamin; Also one desk and all my wearing apparell. I leave to my son Robert the west half of my farm and one chest with a draw to it. I leave to my son Benjamin the east half of my farm. I leave to my daughters, Sarah and Ruth, each ten shillings. I make Brittan Tallman and Clark Willbur, executors.
Witness, Stephen Atwater
Benjamin Atwater
Bette Wilbur (Bette Wilbur was then Bette Brownen, wife of George Brownenn / Browning)
Proved June 28, 1782..3
     Benjamin Wilbor died on 17 May 1777 in Nine Partners Precinct, Dutchess, New York, at the age of 36.2,3
     Benjamin was buried in May 1777 Nine Partners Precinct, Dutchess, New York.1 Benjamin's will was proved on 28 June 1782 in Nine Partners Precinct, Dutchess, New York.3

Children of Benjamin Wilbor and Meribah Tallman

Citations

  1. [S175] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume I (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1933, reprinted 1998). Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.
  2. [S175] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume I (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1933, reprinted 1998), Volumn 1, Page 72, E-581.. Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.
  3. [S153] New York Historical Society, New York Abstracts of Wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York. (New York: New York Historical Society , 1900), Volumne 9, 1777 - 1783, page 356.. Hereinafter cited as NY Abstracts Will.

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