Thomas Abbe Sr.


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Thomas Abbe Sr. was born 1571 in Staverton, Westhampden, England, and died August 1614 in Staverton, Westhampden, England, at about age 43. He is the son of John Abbe of Staverton, Westhampden, England, and Joan Unknown of England.

Elyzabeth Harberd about 1590 in England and died Unknown. She is the daughter of Unknown.

Thomas Abbe Sr. and Elyzabeth Harberd were married May 1608 in Staverton, Westhampden, England.

Thomas Abbe Sr. and Elyzabeth (Harberd) Abbe had three children:

  1. Thomas Abbe Jr.: Born September 2, 1610, in Staverton, Westhampden, England; Died Unknown.
  2. Mary Abbe: Born 1612 in Staverton, Westhampden, England; Died Unknown.
  3. John Abbe Sr.: Born October 15, 1613, in Staverton, Northampston, England; Died 1689 Salem Village, Essex Co., MA (about age 76). Married about 1634 in probably England to Mary Loring: Born about 1615 in England; Died September 9, 1672, in Wenham, MA (about age 57).



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Thomas Abbe Sr. was born October 15, 1613, in Staverton, Northampston, England

Elyzabeth Harberd about 1590 in England.

Thomas Abbe Sr. and Elyzabeth Harberd were married May 1608 in Staverton, Westhampden, England.

Thomas Abbe Sr. died August 1614 in Staverton, Westhampden, England, at about age 43.

Elyzabeth (Harberd) Abbe died Unknown.


From Jeromey Ward's Web Site:

Known as Thomas Abbe of Roade (husbandman)
The first record of an Abbe(y) on a direct line to today is from Staverton, England On 27 May 1566, John Abbey was christened. In 1568 a Francis was christened and 1571 a Thomas. There is no record of either John or Thomas being married in Staverton. On 29 July 1593, another John was christened, and the first John would have been 27 and could be the father.

Thomas was married to Elyzabeth Harberd in May, 1608, with no children recorded from any first marriage. On 2 Sep 1610, a Thomas was christened; 1612, a sister Mary. Then, 3 Aug 1613, our John was born. The fatherís will, leaving 5 pounds sterling to each son was written 1613. John (1) died Aug 1614. There is no record of whether his mother remarried, but at age 21, the sons were to receive the money. Shortly after receiving his, John (2) left for the colonies.