THOMAS1 BOWNE b. 1595, at Mattock, Derbyshire, England, children:
  John2 b. 1627, d. 1695, m. 1st in Flushing, May 7, 1656, Hannah Feeks, she d. 1677, Deborah2 b.1631.
  John2 Bowne, at Flushing, L. I., in 1649, bound himself to work for Mr. Phillips by the week, he to be free to do something else at the end of each week. In 1650, his store book accounts begin.
The children of JOHN2 BOWNE and Elisabeth, dau. of Robert and Elisabeth (Fones), (widow Winthrop) Feaks, were:
  John3 b. 1656, d., Elisabeth3 b. 1658, m. 1st John
    Prior, he d. 1698, she m. 2d Samuel Titus, a widower.
  Maria3 b. 1660, m. Joseph Thorne.
  Abigail3 b. 1662, m. 1686, Richard Willets, she d. 1688.
  Hannah3 b. 1665, m. 1691, Benjamin Field.
  Samuel3 b. 1667, m. Mary Becket from England.
  Dorothy3 b. 1669, m. 1689, Henry Franklin, she d.1690.
  Martha Joanna3 b. 1673, m. 1695, Joseph Thorne.
  2d m. 1679, Hannah Bickerstaff, she d. 1690,children:
  Sarah3 b. 1680, d., b. 1681, Sarah.3
John3 b. 1683.
  Thomas3 b. 1684.
  John3 b. 1686.
  Abigail3 b. 1688.
  3d m. 1693, Mary Cock, dau. of James and Sarah,
  Ann3 b. 1694, sometimes called Annis.
  Ruth3 b. 1795.
In 1663. John Bowne was banished to Holland, for being a Quaker. The authorities there soon let him come home, and he was not molested any more.

1676. All accounts ballanced between me and my Master, John Bowne,

                         JAMES CLEMENTS.

James Clements came from Durham, England, with wife Jane.

At Flushing, 1698, James Clements and wife Sarah, children: Thomas, Jacob and Joseph, (his two sons, Samuel and Nathan), Mary, Hannah, Margaret and Bridget.

In 1723. Joseph Clements, m. Sarah Williams, dau. of Hope, he d. 1766.

In 1700. Thomas Clements was brother-in-law to Richard Valentine.

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