Elizabeth Browne1

#2170, (29 September 1621 - 25 June 1683)
Relationship7th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*William Browne2 (s 1598 - )
Mother*Lydia Ward2 (1596 - b 1626)

Family 1

John Hawks b. s 1610, d. c 1662
Children 1.John Hawks Jr+12 (1643 - )
 2.Nathaniel Hawks12 (1644/45 - s 1646)
 3.Elizabeth Hawks+12 (1646/47 - b 1682)
 4.Anna Hawks+12 (1648 - 1705)
 5.Isaac Hawks12 (1650 - 1659)
 6.Mary Hawks12 (1652 - )
 7. Joanna Hawks+15 (1653/54 - 1729)
 8.Dea. Eleazer Hawks+15 (1655 - 1727)
 9.Sarah H. Hawks+12 (1657 - 1751)
 10.Gershom Hawks12 (1659 - )

Family 2

Robert Hinsdale b. c 1613, d. 1675

Family 3

Thomas Dibble b. c 1613, d. 1700
Elizabeth Browne was also known as _____.3 
Elizabeth Browne ancestry based on unverified sources:
http://minerdescent.com/2010/06/15/richard-pratt/
http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/b-_p.htm
http://danneman-family.com/p62.htm#i4873
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hutch/EGGLESTON/Skinner.htm
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/28444543/person/12591617897.4 
Her married name was Hawks.5 
Her married name was Hinsdale.6 
Her married name was Dibble.6 
Birth*29 September 1621She was born on 29 September 1621 at EnglandB.2 
22 March 1626In Susan Ward's will dated 22 March 1626, Elizabeth Browne was named as an heir, "Elizabeth Browne daughter of my brother-in-law William Browne."; (prob. 1627, new style, if burial date is accurate; Lydia and Nathaniel not mentioned.)7 
before 1642She migrated (her marriage to John Hawks) before 1642.8 
Marriage*circa 1642She married John Hawks circa 1642; est. date.5 
between 1659 and 1661She and John Hawks removed between 1659 and 1661 to Hadley, Hampshire Co., MassachusettsB.9 
Marriage*circa 1668She married Robert Hinsdale circa 1668 at Hampshire (now Berkshire) Co., MassachusettsB.10 
Death*25 June 1683She died on 25 June 1683 at Windsor, Connecticut, at age 61.11,12 
Marriage*25 June 1683She married Thomas Dibble, son of Robert Dibble, on 25 June 1683 at Connecticut.13,11,14,12 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S938] Alicia Crane Williams, Early New England Families 1641–1700 (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2015), entry for Thomas Dibble 1–5 has Elizabeth _____ (Hawkes) (Hinsdale and "Claims that the second wife of Thomas (Sr.) was Elizabeth Browne, a relative of Nathaniel Ward and daughter of William and Lydia (Ward) Browne, are not supported by the recent reseach of Leslie Mahler showing that Lydia Ward, daughter of Edward Ward, married William Marken/Markham, not William Browne as has been inferred by the fact that her sister Susan (Ward) Browne, widow of Robert Browne, made a bequest to 'Elizabeth Browne, daughter of brother-in-law William Browne." We would expect the bequest to have different wording if Susan was referring to a daughter of her own sister and there is no evidence that the maiden name of John Hawkes' wife Elizabeth was Browne." [ref. Hartford Probate, I:441]
  2. [S497] Ancestry.com Samuel Peyton, talshouse, owner, online \Ancestry.com\. Hereinafter cited as Samuel Peyton.
  3. [S938] Alicia Crane Williams, Early New England Families 1641–1700, entry for Thomas Dibble 1–5 "Claims that the second wife of Thomas (Sr.) was Elizabeth Browne, a relative of Nathaniel Ward and daughter of William and Lydia (Ward) Browne, are not supported by the recent reseach of Leslie Mahler showing that Lydia Ward, daughter of Edward Ward, married William Marken/Markham, not William Browne as has been inferred by the fact that her sister Susan (Ward) Browne, widow of Robert Browne, made a bequest to 'Elizabeth Browne, daughter of brother-in-law William Browne." We would expect the bequest to have different wording if Susan was referring to a daughter of her own sister and there is no evidence that the maiden name of John Hawkes' wife Elizabeth was Browne." [ref. Hartford Probate, I:441]
  4. [S938] Alicia Crane Williams, Early New England Families 1641–1700, vol. 1, entry for Thomas Dibble. "Claims that the second wife of Thomas (Sr.) was Elizabeth Browne, a relative of Nathaniel Ward and daughter of William and Lydia (Ward) Browne, are not supported by the recent reseach of Leslie Mahler showing that Lydia Ward, daughter of Edward Ward, married William Marken/Markham, not William Browne as has been inferred by the fact that her sister Susan (Ward) Browne, widow of Robert Browne, made a bequest to 'Elizabeth Browne, daughter of brother-in-law William Browne.' We would expect the bequest to have different wording if Susan was referring to a daughter of her own sister and there is no evidence that the maiden name of John Hawkes' wife Elizabeth was Browne." [ref. Hartford Probate, I:441]
  5. [S305] William Richard Cutter, compiler, New England Families Genealogical and Memorial, Volume III, 3rd Series (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1915), p. 1476-1477.
  6. [S498] Hawkes Family Genealogy Page, online www.hastingscountry.com/hawkes.html, Elizabeth married 2) Robert Hinsdale as his second wife about 1668. Elizabeth married 3) Thomas Dibble of Windsor, CT on 25 June 1683; and she died in Windsor on 20 Sept 1689.
  7. [S755] Henry F. Waters, Genealogical Gleanings in England (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), p. 584: "Susan Browne of Ipswich, widow, 22 March 1626, proved 24 April 1627. To Mr Samuel Warde, Preacher of the Tower parish in Ipswich the sum of five pounds &c in two years, in full discharge and satisfaction of whatsoever money is now due unto him and unpaid from or by Robert Browne, my late husband, deceased. To Elizabeth Browne daughter of my brother in law William Browne. My sister in law Mary Browne. My sister Mary Cutting. My mother Judith Warde. My sister Rebecca Warde. My brother Edward Warde to be executor and residuary legatee." Citing Consistory C Norwich Book Travers. [Unclear if "Mary Browne" is (prob.) a sister of Robert and William Browne or (poss.) the wife of William Browne (VWH)]. Hereinafter cited as Genealogical Gleanings in England.
  8. [S520] VWH.
  9. [S290] Sylvester Judd and Lucius Boltwood, History of Hadley, including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby Masssachusetts (Springfield, Mass.: H.R. Hunting and Company, 1905), "In the same year, 1658, some of the withdrawers desired propositions from Northampton in regard to Capawonk meadow, which belonged to that town. In October, 1658, the town of Northampton voted to "give away" Capawonk, on four conditions:— 1st. The Hartford men are to settle two plantations; one on each side of the river. 2d. They are to maintain a sufficient fence against hogs and cattle. 3d. They are to pay 10 pounds, in wheat and peas. 4th. They are to inhabit here by next May.
    The Agreement or Engagement of those who intended to remove from Connecticut to Massachusetts, is dated at Hartford, April 18, 1659, and is recorded on the first book of Hadley records. The following is a copy of that Agreement and of some proceedings of a later date recorded with the other:
    "At a meeting at Goodman Ward's house, in Hartford, April i8th, 1659, the company there met engaged themselves under their own hands, or by their deputies, whom they had chosen, to remove themselves and their families out of the jurisdiction of Connecticut into the jurisdiction of the Massachusetts, as may appear in a paper dated the day and year abovesaid. The names of the engagers are these: [those marked * did not relocate or stayed just a short time]

    John Webster
    William Goodwin
    John Crow
    Nathaniel Ward
    John White
    John Barnard
    Andrew Bacon
    William Lewis
    William Westwood
    Richard Goodman
    John Arnold*
    William Partrigg
    Gregory Wilterton*
    Thomas Standley
    Samuel Porter
    Richard Church
    Ozias Goodwin*
    Francis Barnard
    James Ensign*
    George Steele*
    John Marsh
    Robert Webster*
    William Lewis Jr.*
    Nathaniel Standley
    Samuel Church
    William Markum
    •/ Samuel Moody
    Zechariah Field
    Widow Westly*
    Widow Watson*
    Andrew Warner
    Mr. John Russell Junior
    Nathaniel Dickinson
    Samuel Smith
    Thomas Coleman
    John Russell, senior
    John Dickinson
    Philip Smith
    John Coleman
    Thomas Wells
    James Northam
    Samuel Gardner
    Thomas Edwards*
    John Hubbard
    Thomas Dickinson
    Robert Boltwood
    Samuel Smith Jr*
    William Gull
    Luke Hitchcock*
    Richard Montague
    John Latimer*
    Peter Tilton
    John Hawkes
    Richard Billings
    Benj. Harbert*
    Edward Benton*
    John Catling*
    Mr. Samuel Hooker*
    Capt. John Cullick* (not fully engaged)
    Daniel Warner"
    pp11-12. Hereinafter cited as History of Hadley (rev. ed.).
  10. [S1820] Herbert Cornelius Andrews and Sanford C Hinsdale, Hinsdale Genealogy: Descendants of Robert Hinsdale of Dedham, Medfield, Hadley and Deerfield, Ed. Alfred I Holman (Lombard, Illinois: Alfred Hinsdale Andrews, 1906), p. 62.
  11. [S938] Alicia Crane Williams, Early New England Families 1641–1700, vol. 1, entry for Thomas Dibble.
  12. [S291] Connecticut Vital Records to 1870 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011.) From original typescripts, Lucius Barnes Barbour Collection, 1928.
  13. [S305] William Richard Cutter, New England Families III, 3rd Series, p. 1476-7, entry for HULING.
  14. [S923] Henry R. Stiles The History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut 1635–1891, Two Volumes (Hartford: The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1891–1892), II:174, giving her name as "Elizabeth Hayden of Hadley."
  15. [S305] William Richard Cutter, New England Families III, 3rd Series, p. 1477.