Gilbourne in Yorkshire, London and Kent

Heads of Trees gathered in this group:
IdentifierSurnameForenamesGilbourne CountNotes
 8bGILBORNEThomas & Joone ?81st known child before 1566.
 8cGILBOURNEJohn & (1) Ann COKER (2) Anne CLARK7m. London 1570
 8dGILBOURNEThomas & Martha LEAKE9m. 1623, Southwark, London
 8eGILBURNEJohn & Joan ?61st child Uxbridge, Middx., 1597
 8fGILBORNEWilliam & Ann LAKINGES 14m. York, 1600
 8gGILBURNEMatthew & Ann HARKER10m.1677 York
 8hGILBURNEMoses & Lucy ROBINSON6m. Bolton Percy, Yorks., 1630
 8jGILBURNJohn & Dorothy LITTLE4m. Full Sutton, Yorks. 1721
 8kGILBURNERichard & Isabell WETWINE 10m. Haxby, Yorks, 1602. 8 children in Huntington.
 8lGILBURNEThomas & Elizabeth TAYLOR
Edward & (1)An TAYLOR (2) Ann NEWMAN
m. Drax, Yorks., 1636
m. Drax, Yorks, 1641 & 1649.

Matthew Gilburne and Ann Harker

Family tree

This is the second of the three families assembled from the parish registers of Yorkshire. It comprises three generations, mainly from the parish of St. Lawrence in the City of York.
Matthew Gilburne's married Ann Harker 13 November 1677 at St. Lawrence, York. Five children have been identified from the birth and burial registers : Roger and William, baptised 22 November 1678 at St. Lawrence; Matthew born 12 August 1690 at Heslington (Heslington is an adjacent parish to St. Lawrence. Part of the village of Heslington lies in St. Lawrence parish.); John baptised 25 July 1695 and buried 25 November 1696 at St. Lawrence; No baptism has been found for Anne or Jane, but Anne was buried 23 August 1696 and Jane was buried two days later, both at St. Lawrence - were they twins who were not baptised?
'Matthew Gillburn, pater familias,' was buried at St. Lawrence, 20 April 1724, and is probably Matthew Sr., rather than the Matthew Jr.
The marriage of Matthew Gillburn Jr. to Joannah has not been traced, but three children were baptised at St. Lawrence: Mary, 22 January 1718/99; Anne, 11 May 1721; and Roger, 14 April 1724. Roger was buried at St. Lawrence 22 February 1745/6, the register recording him as 'Roger, ye son of Joannah Jilbourn,' implying that his father was already dead.
Mary Gillburn married William Moore 25 December 1741 at St. Lawrence, her sister married Francis Ayer 29 September 1747 in the same church.