He migrated in 1632 aboard the "William and Francis," which left London on 9 Mar 1632 and arrived 5 Jun 1632, along with his grandfather, Stephen Bachiler, who settled first at Saugus, Massachusetts Bay. William Sanborn appears at Hampton, Province of New Hampshire, by 1643
↑ Bodge, George M. (1906). “Soldiers in King Philip's war; being a critical account of that war, with a concise history of the Indian wars of New England from 1620-1677, official lists of the soldiers of Massachusetts colony serving in Philip's war, and sketches of the principal officers, copies of ancient documents and records relating to the war, also lists of the Narraganset grantees of the united colonies, Massachusetts, Plymouth, and Conneticut; with an appendix, 3d ed., with additional appendix containing corrections and new material.” Boston: (author). p. 113. https://archive.org/details/soldiersinkingp00inbodg/page/113
↑ New Hampshire Birth Records, Early to 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FL5F-PHC : 22 May 2019), William Sanborn in entry for Mercy Sanborn, 19 May 1660; citing Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States, Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord; FHL microfilm 1,001,043.
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