Sixth Generation

87. Thomas6 Fillebrown (Thomas5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Humpfrey2 Phillibrowne, Robert1 ffilebrowne)(1037) was born circa 1715.

He married twice. Thomas married Mary Payson July 14, 1748 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.(1038) The Norton marriage record referenced "Mary of Stoughton [int. Persen of Stoughten]. (Additional notes for Mary Payson(1039))

Mary died October 2, 1751 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.(1040) Mary resided in Stoughton, Stoughton County, Massachusetts before 1458. When Mary was age unknown and Thomas Fillebrown was age 34 they became the parents of Mary Fillebrown August 7, 1749 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.(1041) Thomas married Sarah Grover November 28, 1754 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.(1042) Sarah was born February 22, 1729/30.(1043) Sarah(1044) was the daughter of Thomas Grover and Sarah Newland. Sarah died November 26, 1769 in Mansfield, Bristol County, Massachusetts, at 39 years of age.(1045)

Thomas was baptized a religion unknown at the church/site unknown January 23, 1715 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay. He was inducted into the military for military service circa 1745. The 1910 Geneology states "He enlisted in Major Joseph Hodges' company, 1745, to go to Cape Breton."

When Thomas was age 34 and Mary Payson was age unknown they became the parents of Mary Fillebrown August 7, 1749 in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.(1046)

Thomas Fillebrown and Mary Payson had the following child:

child 181 i. Mary7 Fillebrown(1047) was born in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts August 7, 1749.(1048) In Thomas Fillebrown Jr.'s will September 21, 1775 Mary Fillebrown was named as an heir.(1049) The 1910 Genealogy states "His will, dated September 21, 1775, mentions his children Samuel, James and Abigail, and grandchildren, children of Lydia, also granddaughter, Mary, daughter of Thomas, deceased."

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