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Families of the Children of Thomas4 Washburn (Jr.) and Elizabeth4 Howland



         The families of the children of Thomas Washburn (Jr.) and Elizabeth Howland are still very much uncertain. I have here followed the marriage and children of only one son, but there were probably other children that I have not been able trace. The family and life of Timothy Washburn and Sarah Miller is rather incomplete, and will be corrected and added to as new information is uncovered.





John2 Washburn (5th)



Thomas3 Washburn





Elizabeth2 Mitchell


Thomas4 Washburn (Jr.)






Samuel1 Packard



Deliverance2 Packard






Mary5 Washburn




Elizabeth5 Washburn




Timothy5 Washburn




Thomas5 Washburn (3rd)







Joseph2 Howland



James3 Howland





Elizabeth2 Southworth


Elizabeth4 Howland





Mary Lothrop



(393.) Timothy5 Washburn, probably eldest son of (118) Thomas4 Washburn (Jr.), (57) Thomas3, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born probably in North Yarmouth, Maine, in, say 1726, baptized in North Yarmouth on 29 Aug. 1731,[1] married Sarah Miller, daughter of James and Margaret Miller,[2] in say 1746, and they settled in the part of Kennebunkport, ME, that later became Arundel, York Co., ME, after 1761. She was born say ca. 1725 in ME.[3]

         Timothy Washburn was a mariner,[4] and he died after 1769, when he was granted administration of his son David Washburn's estate, but no probate records were found for Timothy Washburn’s estate in Maine.

         Timothy Washburn and Sarah Miller had children, order uncertain:

+     1115     i   David6 Washburn, born say 1747 in ME, married supposedly Sarah Gilpatrick[5] in say 1767, and they lived in Arundel, York Co., ME. (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

+      1116    ii   Joseph6 Washburn, married Mary “Molly” Miller, daughter of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Lassell) Miller (Jr.),[6] of Arundel, York Co., ME.[7] (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

+      1117   iii   Mary6 Washburn, born ca. 1760 in ME,[8] married Daniel Lord, son of Capt. Tobias and Jane (Smith) Lord,[9] on 11 Jan. 1781 in Kennebunkport, Arundel Twp, York Co., ME.[10] (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

+      1118   iv   Margaret6 Washburn, born ca. 1768 in ME,[11] married Samuel Hutchins, son of Josiah and Elizabeth “Betsey” (Haley) Hutchins, of Arundel, ME,[12] on 8 Jan. 1789 in Arundel, ME.[13] (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

        1119    v   (Probably) Thomas6 Washburn, born after 1756,[14] married (____) in ca. 1785, and they were living in Wells, York Co., ME, in the 1800 federal census, with about 4 daughters,[15] but he was not found in Maine in the 1810 or 1820 federal censuses.[16]

                  vi   (Possibly others)



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© 2002 John A. Maltby, Redwood City, California

    [1] MF5G: Cooke, p. 248, taken from Catalogue of Members, First Church in North Yarmouth, Maine, p. 15.

    [2] Her parents per an email letter of Marcia Grimes, taken from Bradbury’s History of Kennebunkport.

    [3] Estimated from the approximate marriage year of 1746.

    [4] He was called “mariner” in the probate records of his son, David Washburn, dated in York Co., ME, on 10 Oct. 1769.

    [5] Her name per Lee J. Streepey.

    [6] Lazell, Theodore Studley, John Lazell of Hingham and Some of His Descendants, 1936, p. 10-11.

    [7] The will of Jeremiah Miller, dated 19 Mar. 1796, named a daugh­ter, Molly Washburn.

    [8] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [9] Per email letter of Lee J. Streepey.

    [10] Per Lee J. Streepey.

    [11] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [12] His parents per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 4 Dec. 2002 by Jean L. Hutchins.

    [13] Marriage date from the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 21 Nov. 2002 by Barbara Lenker, and the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 4 Dec. 2002 by Jean L. Hutchins.

    [14] He was aged 26-44 years in the 1800 census.

    [15] 1800 Federal Census, Wells, York Co., ME, p. 989, the Thomas Washborne household had 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [16] The Thomas Washburn household in Portland, ME, in the 1810 federal census appears to have been a much younger man, with 3 children under the age of 10.