Sarah Bourn  ‎(I541)‎
Given Names: Sarah
Surname: Bourn

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: about 1713 38 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death: Yes
Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1713 38 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia

DeathYes
Last Change 19 January 2009 - 14:57:15
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Parents Family  (F204)
John Bourn
- 1721
Elizabeth "Eliza" Johnson
1674 - 1721
John Bourn
1707 - 1774
Christian Bourn
1708 - 1780
Andrew Bourn
1711 -
(Birth) Sarah Bourn
1713 -
Robert Bourn
1715 - 1757
Henry Bourn
1719 - 1787
Francis Bourn
1719 -


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From "Faulkoner and More"
"Sarah Bourne by tradition married John Morton s/o William Morton and Ann Batchelder, however this John Morton was born ca l727 and his widow, Sarah, died in Woodford County, KY ca l826. This unlikly chronology makes this speculation highly uncerta in. Have good information that the wife of John Morton was Sarah Hawkins. Newman A. Hall says Sarah Bourne was not married"

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In Orange Co. VA. Deed Book between pages 228 and 229 a sheet inserted contains two items. The first is an assignment dated 7 Mar 1743/4 of a 156 acre lease from William Minor to Robert Bourne. The second is an item dated 20 Feb 1749-1750 witness b y Robert Bourn and Sarah Bourn. No evidence exists to indicate that either Robert or Sarah were married, so these signatures are for brother and sister. Robert also appears in the Orange Co tithables in 1752 and Sarah in 1755 and 1756.

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INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE WILL OF JOHN BOURNE HUSBAND TO ELIZABETH BOURNE

The Will of John Bourne
Dated October 23, 1720; Probated June 20, 1721 ‎(Presented in court by Eliza Bourne, executrx.)‎

...To my son John Bourne the plantation I now live on and all the land adjoyning it ‎(that is meaning all the land I hold)‎ but in case my son John dies without issue to my son Andrew Bourne and if he dies without issue to my son Robert Bourne and if he dies without issue to my son Francis Bourne and if he dies without issue to my son Henry Bourne and in case they all dye without heir to be equally divided between my two daughters Christian and Sarah Bourne...
..To my son John Bourne, Negro Jenny, but if Jenny bears a child or children, the first to my daughter Christian Bourne, the next to my daughter Sarah, the next to my son Francis Bourne and the next to my son Henry Bourne...
...To my daughter Sarah Bourne a feather bed, boulster and pillows, one rugg, one blanket and a pair of sheets...
...To my daughter Sarah Bourne my raw noze mare and the mare colt that is now with her...
...My children shall not make any demand or enjoy these legacies given them til they attain the age of twenty one years or day of marriage...


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RESEARCH - Location Notes

The County of Rappahannock originally formed from Lancaster County in 1656 was later dissected into other counties which were dissected even further into Essex and Richmond in 1692 Spotsylvania, Orange and Culpeper were all later divisions each bei ng even further divided. A person could never have moved from the same home and have lived in several different counties during their lifetime. The then Rappahannock County is today referred to as “Old” Rappahannock County to differentiate it f rom the extant same named county. – 14 December 2007 Jane


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Family with Parents
Father
John Bourn ‎(I511)‎
Birth On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, "Old" Rappahannock County, Virginia
Death before 20 June 1721 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Mother
Elizabeth "Eliza" Johnson ‎(I512)‎
Birth between 25 July 1674 and 1687 "Old" Rappahannock County, Virginia
Death between 1721 and 1760 ‎(Age 46)‎ Essex County, Virginia

Marriage: before 30 October 1702
5 years
#1
Brother
John Bourn ‎(I509)‎
Birth September 1707 33 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death March 1774 ‎(Age 66)‎ Culpeper County, Virginia
4 months
#2
Sister (Birth)
Christian Bourn ‎(I538)‎
Birth about 1708 33 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death after 27 June 1780 ‎(Age 72)‎
3 years
#3
Brother (Birth)
Andrew Bourn ‎(I542)‎
Birth about 1711 36 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death Yes
2 years
#4
(Birth)
Sarah Bourn ‎(I541)‎
Birth about 1713 38 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death Yes
2 years
#5
Brother (Birth)
Robert Bourn ‎(I537)‎
Birth about 1715 40 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death 23 June 1757 ‎(Age 42)‎ Orange Co, Virginia
4 years
#6
Brother (Birth)
Henry Bourn ‎(I539)‎
Birth about 1719 44 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death 15 October 1787 ‎(Age 68)‎ Fayette Co, Kentucky, USA
#7
Brother (Birth)
Francis Bourn ‎(I540)‎
Birth about 1719 44 On the south side of the Rappahannock River near Snow Creek, six miles from the town of Fredericksburg, St. Mary's Parish, Essex County ‎(in 1720 became Spotsylvania County)‎, Virginia
Death Yes


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