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Libbeus Horton (abt. 1570 - aft. 1637)

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Libbeus Horton
Born about in Mowsley, Leicestershire, Englandmap [uncertain]
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Husband of — married before [location unknown]
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Died after in Mowsley, Leicestershire, Englandmap [uncertain]
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Libbeus Horton who married Mary (_______).[1]Libbeus was born about 1570[2]and died after 1637.[3]Mary died and was buried in Mowsley on July 4, 1633.[4][5]"Nothing is known about the socioeconomic status of Libbeus's wife, Mary, nor do we know if he was previously married."[6]Surviving records dated between 1614 and 1637 suggest that Libbrus struggled financially, selling off prime real estate (with no record of any purchases during the same timeframe)[7][8] "The impact of his father's financial woes on Barnabas was life changing. While many of his kinsmen thrived financially and continued to derive an income from their landholdings, he was compelled to learn a trade."[9]

Children of Libbeus and Mary:
  1. Joseph[10] who was born about 1595[11]and died between 1624 and 1628.[12]He applied for a license to marry Elizabeth, the daughter of Thomas Bolesworth of North Kilworth[13]in 1619.[14]that was not issued.[15]Or perhaps issued in another county since according to the will of John Abbott of North Kilworth (1628) there was a trust by Thomas Bolesworth, late of Kilworth, deceased for the education of Anne, daughter of Joseph Horton, deceased.[16]
  2. Barnabas[17]born about 1600[18]and died in 1680[19]in Southold, Suffolk, New York.[20]Presumed relationship, not DNA tested.[21]
  3. Richard[22]was baptized January 6, 1604/5.[23]4) Zachary[24]was baptized November 29, 1606[25]and buried on December 10, 1606.[26]
  4. He probably had daughters also.[27]

There is no Last Will and Testament nor is there any administration papers located for Libbeus Horton.[28]


  1. Dinan 2015 p. 26, 266
  2. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  3. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  4. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  5. Recorded in the Bishops' transcripts of Mowsley
  6. Dinan 2015 p. 26
  7. Dinan 2015 p. 27
  8. Abstracts of Chancery Proceedings, James I, H. 5:20 (Horton v. Jacomb, 1623) in Bartlett Collection NEHGS.
  9. Dinan 2015 p. 28
  10. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  11. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  12. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  13. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  14. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  15. Dinan 2015 p. 27
  16. Bartlett Collection, NEHGS
  17. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  18. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  19. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  20. Dinan 2015 p.266
  21. Dinan 2015 p. 266 - 274
  22. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  23. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  24. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  25. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  26. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  27. Dinan 2015 p. 266
  28. Dinan 2015 p. 265

Dinan, Jacqueline. "In Search of Barnabas Horton, English Baker to Long Island Proprietor, 1600 - 1680." Pynsleade Books, New York. 2015

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On 6 May 2016 at 02:18 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

14th Great Grandfather of Blackstone-170 does anyone know anything about his meeting house, If they had records, Thank's

On 3 May 2016 at 10:00 GMT M (McQueen) M wrote:

Horton-3211 and Horton-185 appear to represent the same person because: same person

Rejected matches › Joseph Horton (1625-bef.1696)

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