Jane (White) Thickins
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Jane (White) Thickins (abt. 1589 - bef. 1628)

Jane "Jannetgen" Thickins formerly White aka Diggens
Born about in Beauvale (near Greasley), Nottinghamshire, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 20 Apr 1611 in Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Nederlandmap
[children unknown]
Died before in Nederlandmap
Profile last modified | Created 19 Feb 2013
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Jane White, named Jannetgen in Leiden, and her sister Bridget, named Brigitta, are witnesses for the bride Lysbeth Neel (=Neal)) :
Inhoud stuk't Ie den 3.12.1611 't IIe den 10.12.1611 't IIIe den 17.12.1611 zyn getrout voor Willem Tybault ende Jacob Paedts schepenen desen XVIIen Decemb. 1611. Willem Boekrum bloockemaecker van Ipswits in Engelant weduenaer van Judick Boekrums vergeselschapt met Willem Bruysteer ende Abraham Graey zyn bekenden met Lysbeth Neel jongedochter van Scroebe in Engelant vergeselschapt met Briggitta Robbensz[n] ende Jannetgen Tickins haer bekenden.[1] [2]


According her marriage record she was: Jane White, spinster, from Beauvale near Greasley, Nottinghamshire, England.
C. 1589 Stoughton, Le Steeple, Nottinghamshire, England


Date/Datum 20 april 1611 names/ Namen: Thickins, Ralph; White, Jane; Thickins, Jane; Robinson, John; Brewster, William; Robinson, Bridget; White, Bridget; Jepson, Rosamond; Horsfield, Rosamond; Baersdorp, mr. Clemens van; Horsfield, Rosamond PlaatsnaamLeiden, Engeland, Nottinghamshire, Londen, Beauvale bij Greasley [3]
Beschrijving Huwelijksakte van Ralph Thickins, jongeman, uit Londen in Engeland, en Jane White, jongedochter, uit Beauvale bij Greasley, Nottinghamshire, Engeland, met John Robinson, dienaar van het Woord, en William Brewster (M), bekenden van de bruidegom, en Bridget Robinson, haar zuster (her sister Bridget White, wife of John Robinson), en Rosamond Jepson (geboren Horsfield), bekende van de bruid, als getuigen. (these are the whitnesses)/Description Marriage certificate: Ralph Thickins, bachelor, from London in England and Jane White,spinster, from Beauvale near Greasley, Nottinghamshire, England, with John Robinson, servant of the Word, and William Brewster (M), acquaintances of the groom, and Bridget Robinson, her sister, and Rosamond Jepson (nee Horsfield), acquaintances of the bride, as witnesses. [4]
Marriage record: stuk't Ie den 2-4-1611 't IIe den 9-4-1611 't IIIe den 16.4.ccewen ende Mr Clemens Baersdorp schepenen huyden desen XXIen Aprilis XVIc ende elff. Aengeteykent den Ien Aprilis 1611 Reynulph Thickins jongman van Londen in Engelant vergeselschapt met Jan Robberts (dienaer des Woorts) ( = Minister John Robinson) ende Willem Bruyster zyn bekenden met Jane White jongedochter van Bebel in Engelant, vergeselschapt met Britsit Robbens haer zuster' (=Dutch for Bridget White married to John Robinson, so her sister) ende Roseman Gipsen haer bekende [5][6]

Translation: Thickins, Reynulph, (Randall or Ralph Thickins) of London in England, acc. by Jan Robberts (John Robinson), Minister of God's Word and Willem Bruyster (William Brewster) his acq. betr. 1 April 1611, mar 20 Apr 1611 to Jane White of Bebel (Beauvale) in England, acc. by Britsit Robbens (Bridget Robinson) her sister and Rosaman Gipson her acq.[7]


Jane White died before 9 September 1628 in the Netherlands, her husband Randall Thickins at this date in Amsterdam married as a widower, Mary Stubbis (Stubbs ?) ..[8]
bef 1685


  1. Archiefnummer1004 Inventarisnummer198 VolgnummerB
  2. Marriage William Buckram, weduwnaar van Judith Buckram, blookmaker uit Ipswich in Engeland, met Elizabeth Neal, jongedochter uit Scrooby in Engeland
  3. Bron Register van huwelijken voor schepenen
  4. note marriage record/Opmerkingen: Getuigen bruidegom: Jan Robberts (=John Robinson) bekende - Willem Bruyster bekende - Getuigen bruid: Britsit Robbens zuster - Roseman Gipsen bekende - Tammel: meisjesnamen bruid resp. White en Horsfield Maidennames bride resp. White and Horsfield
  5. Leiden Archiefnummer1004 Inventarisnummer197 VolgnummerA
  6. Source: Erfgoed Leiden en Omstreken Marriage 2 April 1611 Leiden
  7. Johanna W. Tammel, comp. The Pilgrims and other people from the British Isles in Leiden, 1576-1640 (Isle of Man: Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co., c1989), p. 44, 51, 203, 223, 258.
  8. Source: Amsterdam archief Husband marries as a widower on 9 September 1628 in Amsterdam, Mary Stubbs


  • Thank you to Bob Nichol for creating WikiTree profile White-11605 through the import of Nichol Ancestry.GED on Feb 14, 2013.

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Hi Bob

It doesn't seem that this profile requires PPP as she is not controversial or frequently duplicated, nor is she managed by a project. I will arrange to have PPP removed. Please contact me if you feel that it should be reinstated.


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