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201 Name also given as Tamson. See the note accompanying Tamoson (Thomasine)(WARD) THOMPSON (ID i691) Tamoson BUFFUM
202 "Walter was a ship captain. He sailed from Newport, RI in 1758 . . . for the Mediterranean and was never heard from again. She remarried." Walter BUFFUM
203 He was a farmer in Adams Center. (Kellogg book p.501) Clark William BUNCE
204 Resided in Adams, NY. (Kellogg Book p.501) Leroy BUNCE
205 He was a gardener in Adams NY. (Kellogg Book p.501) Myron Douglass BUNCE
206 Of Hartford CT, and Adams NY. (Kellogg Book p.500) Theodore BUNCE
207 One researcher has his given name as "Stophel." Christophel C. BURKET
208 John "executed his will on 28 September 1572; it was proved on 28 March 1573." John BURNELL
209 William executed his will 16 Apr 1660. William BURNELL
210 William was "of 'Pulling Point,' Boston (i.e., Pullen Point, now part of Winthrop) . . . ." William BURNELL
211 Catherine died at age 55. (Marmo data.) Catherine BUSHELL
212 The obituary of Alfred Henry Bowen (June 6, 1933) identified his parents as "Nathaniel A. and Wealthy Caneday Bowen." Wealthy CANEDAY
213 "The descendants of David go by the name of Caneday."  David CANEDY
214 "My wife's name before we were married was Elsie May Cavett (and incidently, we were married at the Little Brown Church)." (Letter to Nina Taylor from Alfred Bowen Jr., dated 30 July 1950, from Denison, Iowa. DER has the original copy of the letter.) Elsie May CAVETT
215 "Rev. Robert Chamberlain was the pastor of Strood (prob, the same church Rev. John Wing served in 1608-09)." Robert CHAMBERLAIN [CHAMBERLAYNE]
216 Nancy was the second wife of William. (DAR App. No. 341594.) Nancy CHAMBERS
217 DER NOTE: Ted Marmo has no surname for Mary, and lists her dob as 1690.

My name is Bas Thorne/Silverthorne of Southampton, England. I have been working for fifteen years trying to unravel the secrets of my family. I have now been forced to go public oweing to the fact I was foolish enough to entrust some of my work to a.n.other. I am a direct decendant of Oliver and Mary Silverthorne of New Jersey. Olivers wife was Mary Champion de Crespigny. Baptized in 1688 at St. Margarets, Westminster. (GenForum Posting, Silverthorn No 320).

Secret Silverthornes

Brief extract from my work:

Mary's father was Captain Gabriel Champion de Crespigny. Whilst recruiting in Wigan circa. 1710 he was turned upon by an angry mob who stoned him. Surgeons referred him to The Bath in Somerset & Avon to recover from his injuries. It is more than likely that Mary went to visit her father and met Oliver who worked for her family as a groom. They fell in love and eloped, going first to Amesbury in Wiltshire, then on to Andover in Hampshire, where they settled and had their family. She was punished by her family by being disowned -- what she gave up for Oliver was incredible.

The family left England and settled in New Jersey, America. It appears all was well until circa. 1766. Whilst in America one of Mary's sons married an Indian princess -- the daughter of a Chief, and she was my great grandmother, many times removed. I am not positive, but her name could be Rubina Sasseba. I have the names Rubina Cisseba in our family history, it is probably phonetic and handed down through the generations. I believe the Sasseba's were Chippewa chiefs.

In 1766, for some reason, it appears that the family were forced onboard a ship bound for England with no more than they could carry, and very little money. On the journey the Princess died and was buried at sea. After finally reaching England it was not long before Mary also died.

Mary's family, the Champion de Crespigny's were one of the most noble families in France, who could trace their ancestry back to the Crusades. One of their ancestors fought under St. Louis. They were forced, under the Edict of Nantes, to seek refuge in England as they were Huguenots. Mary's grandparents were the Count and Countess de Vierville, whose lands were in Normandy, France. Their pedigree can be found on the Internet.

This is all the information I am prepared to release at the moment as I am still working on the story.

Bas Thorne/Silverthorne

(GenForum Posting, Silverthorn No 321) 
218 Rev Mathias Candler was the author of the celebrated Candler manuscript on file in the British Muesum. Mathias CHANDLER
219 Mary's name is "Mara" according to Clarance Smith. (Email dated 10/24/06.) Mary CHAPMAN
220 Samuel and Sarah were both buried in Friends Yard, Somerset. Samuel CHASE
221 Elizabeth's correct dod may be: "d., unm., Jan 9, 1667/8." Elizabeth CHICKERING
222 Francis "is our Emigrant Ancestor from Ringsfield, Suffolk County, England. Was a Dedham proprietor in 1638, to which place it appears he came with his mother MARY (who was a resident of Dedham Nov 20, 1646, on which date she relinquished her interest in a parcel of land belonging to the Manor of Benacre Hall, Suffolk count, England), his brother DEACON HENRY CHICKERING, his wife ANNE, daughter of JOHN FISKE of England and sister of JOHN first minister of Wenham, and their daughter ANNE who married STEPHEN PAINE II Nov 3 1652. He was admitted to the Dedham Church Dec 26, 1639; Freeman May 13, 1640; Ensign; Selectman; Deputy to the General Court 1644-53; Member of 'The Ancient and Honorable Artillary Company of Massachusetts.'" Francis CHICKERING
223 Henry and his brother Francis emigrated to Massachusetts. "Henry Chickering, yeoman, was a proprietor at Salem in 1639, and removed to Dedham in 1640, where he died in 1672, aged 82. His will names wife Ann, son John, and kinsman Nathaniel Chickering, perhaps his nephew, living with him, the Nathaniel named in the will of his brother Simon." Henry CHICKERING
224 Henry Chickering, yeoman, living in the Parish of Branfield, Suffolk County, England, from 1588-95, and probably much later; removed to Ringsfield, where he was living July 11, 1626 when he made his will.  Henry CHICKERING
225 Will proved 7 Jul 1627. Henry CHICKERING
226 John made his will 20 Dec 1652, which was "proved 29 Mar 1654 Thomasine Chickering the relict and only executrix." John CHICKERING
227 John was living at Charlestown, MA, 23 May 1670; had issue in New England. John CHICKERING
228 Living unmarried 25 Sep 1681. John CHICKERING
229 Nathaniel "was selectman five years, first in 1731." Nathaniel CHICKERING
230 Nathaniel emigrated to Massachusetts where he settled in Dedham. Old family letters have been located which "show conclusively that Nathaniel Chickering of Dedham, Mass., who on 23 May 1670 was living with Henry Chickering and is called by the latter 'my kinsman' in his will of the same date, was a son of Simon and Prudence Chickering of Wrentham." Nathaniel CHICKERING
231 "Will dated 8 July 1674, proved 22 Aug 1674." Simon (Simeon, Symon) CHICKERING
232 "He [Thomas] descended from William Chickering who d. in 1356, and he from Jeffry de Chickering, Hoxne Parish, Suffolk Co, Eng. Lord of the manor of Chickering, Chickering Hall." Thomas CHICKERING
233 Thomas was living in the reign of Henry VIII. Thomas CHICKERING
234 Lived in Hamburg NY. (Family History, Ten Generations.) David CLARK
235 He served as musician in co. K, Sixty-fourth New York Volunteers; enlisted 2 Oct 1861; was discharged 14 Oct 1865; is a carpenter and a Republican. (Kellogg Book p.1156) Edwin W. CLARK
236 "srv in the Light Horse Co of Elizabethtown NJ Mil" per Index to Revolutionary War Service Records. Noah CLARK
237 Resides in Leon. (Kellogg Book, p.500) James COE
238 Lived in Cherry Creek and LeRoy NY. (Kellogg Book p.500) Miles COE
239 Margaret and Robert had "three or four children." (Bowen Family Tree, p. 1) Margaret COLE
240 Moved to Brant, NY. (Family History, Ten Generations.) COLVIN
241 Of Fairfield in 1661. Christopher COMSTOCK
242 David Comstock of Berlin NY (Danby Book, p 218). "David was a Quaker. He lived at Berlin, Rensslaer Co., NY. He was a member of the NY Militia. His will was recorded in 1827." (Comstock Book, p. 64.) David6 COMSTOCK
243 Name also spelled "Deborough." Deborah COMSTOCK
244 The Comstock Book has Parris' name as "William Parris Comstock." Parris COMSTOCK
245 Phebe and Joseph lived in Middle Granville, NY. Phebe COMSTOCK
246 "He had 14s., and chattels taken from him to satisfy a fine of 12s., for not training, he being a Quaker." Samuel COMSTOCK
247 "1708, Jan 21. He had a horse worth 24s., taken from him for not training, he being a Quaker." Thomas4 COMSTOCK
248 William's birth is 1720 per Comstock Book, and 1708 per Korstange website. William5 COMSTOCK
249 He was a school teacher and a farmer; re in glencoe; served asLieut. in CO. K, One Hundre and Sixty-fourth Reg., Illinois Volunteers; was a Democrat. (Kellogg Book p.1157) Nathaniel Fry COOPER
250 John died at age 100. (Marmo data.) John COXWELL

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