73. Thomas5 Fillebrown (John4, Thomas3, Humpfrey2 Phillibrowne, Robert1 ffilebrowne)(696) was born in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay June 5, 1703.(697) The birthplace also was reported to have been Boston. Thomas died July 26, 1754 in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, at 51 years of age.(698) His body was interred circa 1754 in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay.(699) Near Park Street Church, Tremont Street, by the side of his half-brother John. The grave is located in the Granary Burying Ground 90' from church, 40' from street.

Thomas married Elizabeth Whitmore March 30, 1732 in Medford, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay.(700) (Additional notes for Elizabeth Whitmore(701)) When Elizabeth was age unknown and Thomas Fillebrown was age 29 they became the parents of William Fillebrown October 10, 1732.(702) When Elizabeth was age unknown and Thomas Fillebrown was age 38 they became the parents of Thomas Fillebrown circa May 1742.(703) Elizabeth Whitmore was the executor of Thomas Fillebrown's estate August 9, 1754.(704) The 1910 Geneology states "From inventory dated Aug. 22, 1754, the estate appears to contain a mansion house, worth 333.6.8. Wharf and warehouse 133.6.8. Distill house, rum house &c. 500. His total wealth being 1512.5.5 1/4. Owed John Fillebrown 11.3.8 1/4 Jan. 22, 1757. Estate able to pay '3 shillings, sixpence. half penny on the Pound.'"

When Thomas was age 29 and Elizabeth Whitmore was age unknown they became the parents of William Fillebrown October 10, 1732.(705) When Thomas was age 38 and Elizabeth Whitmore was age unknown they became the parents of Thomas Fillebrown circa May 1742.(706) He made a will April 21, 1754. The 1910 Geneology states "His will, probated Aug. 9, 1754, says: 'First and principally I commit my precious and immortal Soul into the hands of God my Creator, relying solely on his mercy, through the merits and satisfaction of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ for the pardon of all mt sins, and gracious acceptance with him; my Body I commit to the earth to be decently interred at the direction of my executrix, hereinafter named, nothing doubting, but at the General Resurrection, I shall receive the same again by the almighty power of God.' &c. Names his 'nephew, Thomas Steward, who lives with me,' and 'My dear and much beloved wife, Elizabeth.' Signed Apr. 21, 1754."

Thomas's will was probated August 9, 1754.(707) The 1910 Geneology states "From inventory dated Aug. 22, 1754, the estate appears to contain a mansion house, worth 333.6.8. Wharf and warehouse 133.6.8. Distill house, rum house &c. 500. His total wealth being 1512.5.5 1/4. Owed John Fillebrown 11.3.8 1/4 Jan. 22, 1757. Estate able to pay '3 shillings, sixpence. half penny on the Pound.'"

A cemetery visited.(708) On August 31, 1999 Charles Jerry Fillebrown and his wife Sue visited the grave of Thomas Fillebrown in the Granary Burying Ground in Boston, Massachusetts. Thomas is Jerry's half 4th great granduncle.

Thomas Fillebrown and Elizabeth Whitmore had the following children:

child 128 i. William6 Fillebrown(709) was born October 10, 1732.(710) William died May 23, 1735 in Medford, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, at 2 years of age.(711) His body was interred May 1735 in Medford, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay. Burial was at the Salem Street Burial Ground.

child 129 ii. Thomas Fillebrown(712) was born circa May 1742.(713) Thomas died September 16, 1743 at 1 year of age.(714) His body was interred September 1743 in Boston, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts Bay.(715) Burial was at the Granary Burying Ground.

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