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.

Richard Gilburne and Isabell Wetwine

Family tree

This is the last of the five families assembled from the parish registers of Yorkshire. Richard Gilburne married Isabell Wetwine 31 January 1601/2 at Haxby, a village about ten miles north of York, and a few miles north of Erswick. The record of their marriage on the Bishop's transcripts of the original record was signed by the churchwardens of Haxby, one of whom was George Gilburne - could this be Richard's father?
Their eight children were all baptised and/or buried in the parish of Huntington: Margaret (1) 17 February 1604/5, died before August 1618; James 12 January 1605/6, buried 6 July 1607; John 16 September 1607; George 9 January 1609/10; an un-named daughter was buried 19 November 1612; Thomas 22 May 1616, buried 24 March 1617/18; Margaret (2) 30 August 1618; and Elizabeth 29 July 1623.
Only John has been found later, when his daughter Jane Gilburne was baptised at Huntington 5 December 1641. His wife's name was given as Elixabeth, but no marriage has been found. John's death has not been traced, but Elizabeth was buried at Huntington 17 December 1672.
The deaths of Richard and Isabell Gilburne have not been traced.