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.

Thomas Gilburne and Elizabeth Taylor & Edward Gilburne and Ann Taylor

Family tree

These two families have been grouped together because of the conicidence of names and being located in the same village - Drax. Drax is situated to the south of york, but only 2 or 3 miles from the villages of Snaith and Armyn, where the early Gilbournes are known to have interests. Were they two brothers who married two sisters?
Thomas Gylborne married Elizabeth Taylor 13 September 1636 and parish registers show four children: thomas 13 August 1637; Richard 16 February 1642/43, buried 18 April 1643; a second Richard, 5 May 1644; and Margaret 7 July 1646. Thomas was buried at Drax 12 February 1649/50.

Edward Gylborne married An Taylor 14 November 1641. No baptisms have been found for children of the couple, but 'Ann Gilbon, daughter of Edward,' was buried at Drax 23 July 1648. edward married for a second time 13 November the following year, to Ann Newman. Could there be a mistake in the burial entry, and it was Edward's wife who was buried, not his daughter? Two children were born of the second marriage: Henry baptised 29 September 1650, and Isabell baptised 5 September 1659. Edward died in 1660/61 and was buried at Drax 19 January. Ann was buried 14 January 1670/71.
It is not known what became of their children. Was it this Isabell who married fishmonger William turner at St. Michael, Spurriergate, in York? It is unlikely she would only have been sixteen years old if she was baptised shortly after her birth. Was she the Isabel Gilburne buried 28 May 1683 at St. Michael Castlegate, in York?