The Washburn Line



01. Chloe Washburn b. 1777-Wayne, , ME
      Married to:
01. Nathaniel Dexter b. 1771

02. Japheth Washburn b. 11 Sep 1746-Carver, , MA d. 9 Sep 1829-China, , ME
      Married 28 Sep 1768 to:
02. Priscilla Coombs b. 1 Nov 1745 d. 5 Aug 1830


03. Ephraim Washburn b. abt 1695-Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA d. Bef 16 Jul 1755-Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
      Married 13 Jan 1725/1726 to:
03. Mary Polden b. 28 Feb 1706-Plymouth, Plymouth, MA


04. Joseph Washburn b. abt 1652-Duxbury, Plymouth, MA d. 20 Apr 1733-Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA
      Married abt. 1677-Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA to:
04. Hannah Latham b. aft 1659-Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA


05. John Washburn b. 20 Nov 1620-Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcestershire, England d. 12 Nov 1686-Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA
      Married 6 Dec 1645 to:
05. Elizabeth Mitchell b. abt. 1629-Plymouth, Plymouth, MA d. bef. 5 Dec 1684


06. John Washburn
      Married to:
06. Margery Moore


Notes:

Chloe Washburn was the daughter of Japeth and Priscilla (Coombs) Washburn of the line Ephraim4, Joseph3, John2, John1 of Plymouth, Massachusetts. She was also a descendant of Francis Cook, James Chilton and Mary (Chilton) Winslow, passengers on the MAYFLOWER in 1620 (Ebenezer Washburn, His Ancestors and Descendants by George T. Washburn, p. 51, 53-55, 105-06).

Volume 98
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume98 Miss Elizabeth Wright. DAR ID Number: 97344 Born in Fairmont [Fillmore Co], Nebr. Descendant of Willaim McCrillis, and of Japheth Washburn, asfollows: 1. Thomas Maxfield Wright (b. 1856) m. 1885 Lida Putt (b. 1859).2. Thomas Jefferson Wright (1825-88) m. 1st 1853 Susan Demerit Maxfield(1828-56). 3. Oren Maxfield (1804-88) m. 1826 Chloe Washburn Dexter (1808-72).4. Eliphet Maxfield (1772-1840) m. 1792 Jane McCrillis (1774-1859); NathanielDexter(b. 1771) m. 1798 Chloe Washburn (b. 1777). 5. Japheth Washburnm. 1768 Priscilla COOMBS (1745-1830); William McCrillis m. 1773Lydia Morrell.William McCrillis (1750-75) served in Stark's regiment atthe battle of BunkerHill, where he was mortally wounded. He was born inNew Hampshire. Also No.56208. Japheth Washburn (1756-1828), in 1775, wasa private in Capt. EdwardHammond's company of minute men, MassachusettsLine. He was born in Carver,Mass.; died in China, Me. Also No. 90350.

Japheth Washburn, who "was in Capt. Edward Hammond's Company of 'Minute Men' April 19, 1775." (Hurd's History of Plymouth Co., p. 331.)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume91 Mrs. Alice Washburne Ropes. DAR ID Number: 90350 Born in Worcester,Mass. Wife of William Ropes. Descendant of Japheth Washburn, as follows:1. John F. Washburn (b. 1857) m. 1881 Lillian Hall (1863-87). 2. John N.Washburn(1836-75) m. 1856 Mary Grant (b. 1839). 3. Zalmuna Washburn, Jr.(1801-72),m. Ann Coffin. 4. Zalmuna Washburn (b. 1772) m. 1st Deborah-. 5. JaphethWashburn m. Priscilla COOMBS. Japheth Washburn (1746-1828)served as private under Captains Cottle, Doty and Washburn, Colonels Sproutand White,Massachusetts Line. He was born in Carver, Mass.

Volume 98
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume98 Miss Elizabeth Wright. DAR ID Number: 97344 Born in Fairmont [Fillmore Co], Nebr. Descendant of Willaim McCrillis, and of Japheth Washburn, asfollows: 1. Thomas Maxfield Wright (b. 1856) m. 1885 Lida Putt (b. 1859).2. Thomas Jefferson Wright (1825-88) m. 1st 1853 Susan Demerit Maxfield(1828-56). 3. Oren Maxfield (1804-88) m. 1826 Chloe Washburn Dexter (1808-72).4. Eliphet Maxfield (1772-1840) m. 1792 Jane McCrillis (1774-1859); NathanielDexter(b. 1771) m. 1798 Chloe Washburn (b. 1777). 5. Japheth Washburnm. 1768 Priscilla COOMBS (1745-1830); William McCrillis m. 1773Lydia Morrell.William McCrillis (1750-75) served in Stark's regiment atthe battle of BunkerHill, where he was mortally wounded. He was born inNew Hampshire. Also No.56208. Japheth Washburn (1756-1828), in 1775, was a private in Capt. EdwardHammond's company of minute men, MassachusettsLine. He was born in Carver,Mass.; died in China, Me. Also No. 90350.

Sources:
Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, The First Five Generations Abbrev: Cooke Silver Book Author: Compiler: Ralph V. Wood, Jr. Publication: Rockport, ME: Picton Press, December 1999 Repository:

Page: p. 265

Sources for Ephraim Washburn: Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, The First Five Generations Abbrev: Cooke Silver Book Author: Compiler: Ralph V. Wood, Jr. Publication: Rockport, ME: Picton Press, December 1999 Repository:
Page: p. 108, 265

Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, The First Five Generations Abbrev: Cooke Silver Book Author: Compiler: Ralph V. Wood, Jr. Publication: Rockport, ME: Picton Press, December 1999 Repository:
Page: p. 265
Title: Vital Records of Plymouth Massachusetts to the year 1850
Abbrev: MA Plymouth vr to 1850
Author: Compiler: Lee D. van Antwerp, Editor: Ruth Wilder Sherman
Publication: Picton Press, Camden, Maine
Repository:
Name: Plymouth Public Library
Page: p. 94
"married by Isaac Lothrop, Esq."

Joseph Washburn: Occupation: Blacksmith [aged about 80 yrs at death] No Plymouth County probate has been found for Joseph Washburn. Residence: 1719/20 Plympton, Plymouth, Massachusetts Note: "still of Plympton" on this date. Sources:
Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, The First Five Generations
Abbrev: Cooke Silver Book
Author: Compiler: Ralph V. Wood, Jr.
Publication: Rockport, ME: Picton Press, December 1999
Repository:
Page: p. 108, 265

Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, The First Five Generations
Abbrev: Cooke Silver Book
Author: Compiler: Ralph V. Wood, Jr.
Publication: Rockport, ME: Picton Press, December 1999
Repository:
Page: p. 265

Title: Vital Records of Plymouth Massachusetts to the year 1850
Abbrev: MA Plymouth vr to 1850
Author: Compiler: Lee D. van Antwerp, Editor: Ruth Wilder Sherman
Publication: Picton Press, Camden, Maine
Repository:
Name: Plymouth Public Library
Page: p. 94
Sources for John Washburn:
Title: The Pioneers of Massachusetts, a Descriptive List drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches and other Contemporaneous Documents. Abbrev: MA Pioneers (Pope) Author: Charles Henry Pope, Pastor First Church, Charlestown, Boston Publication: Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, The First Five Generations Abbrev: Cooke Silver Book Author: Compiler: Ralph V. Wood, Jr. Publication: Rockport, ME: Picton Press, December 1999
Repository:
Page: p. 73
Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower, The First Five Generations
Abbrev: Cooke Silver Book
Author: Compiler: Ralph V. Wood, Jr.
Publication: Rockport, ME: Picton Press, December 1999
Repository:
Page: p. 35, 73
Title: Vital Records of Plymouth Massachusetts to the year 1850
Abbrev: MA Plymouth vr to 1850
Author: Compiler: Lee D. van Antwerp, Editor: Ruth Wilder Sherman
Publication: Picton Press, Camden, Maine
Repository:
Name: Plymouth Public Library
Page: p. 655 In Appendix

Constable of Duxburrow: John Washburn is mentioned in the Plymouth Records 4 Dec 1638; and served against the Narragansetts in 1645.

Immigration: 13 APR 1635 via "ELIZABETH & ANN" Note: Accompanied by his mother and his brother, Philip. He is said to be age 14. Cert. from Eversham, Worcestershire, England. He arrived in Boston in "mid-summer".

Will: 30 OCT 1686 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts Note: All eleven children are named in the father's will.

Baptism: 12 NOV 1621 Bengeworth, Worcestershire, England Note:

The source book says "probably" this is THE John Washburn.

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