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Solomon Phipps of Charlestown, MA  February 6, 2004

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1.  SOLOMON3 PHIPPS  (JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1619 in England1, and died July 25, 1671 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts (g.s.)2 He married ELIZABETH WOOD before January 15, 1641/423, daughter of EDWARD WOOD and RUTH LEE ("Thomas Bellows Wyman, Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown..., calls her Ruth Mousall. Since Ruth Mousall Wood was living 13 April 1657 when her father, Ralph Mousall made his will, it is obvious that she married a different Wood."  NEHGS register Vol 123 page 230).  She was baptized October 22, 1620 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, and died November 01, 1688 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. He originally came from Bristol, England about 1641 and settled at Charlestown, Massachusetts. May 18, 1642, freeman's oath - admitted to the church in Charlestown, Mass., January 15, 1641-2. His wife, Elizabeth, became a member (as "Mother Phipps") March 15, 1642.  Solomon Phipps was chosen, in 1647, Constable; in 1655, Surveyor; and in 1659, Selectman and Measurer of Boards, which latter offices he held almost continuously until 1669.
He was a carpenter. "By the selectmen ye 24 of ye VII month 1649 It was granted unto Solo Phips upon his pulling downe of ye hovell wch sett up upon sufferance upon the Comon before his house, to Improve a Plott of ground by it of 15 foot square to set a shop upon it, provided hee abide in the Towne seven yeares after hee hath sett up the shop."
Granted by town, 4 acres at Mystic side, afore granted Thomas Gould.  Buys of John Gould, 6 acres.  1649 - 50, 1656.
Joseph Carter....Exchange with Solomon Phipps, J.C. of P., ___ p 3 ft. wide 6 poles deep late of A. Rand, at fence between Carter and Rand now R. Chalkley. J.C to Phipps, same amount out of Carter's garden between house of each, well to be common, 1650.
January 29, 1666, he had awarded him the job of new shingling the meeting-house.
He was employed by the town to finish the school-house, with a deed, 26 Oct., 1671, recorded in Boston or East Cambridge, Mass., for house and barn for the school-master, for which he was "to be paid for his said work according to the true value thereof."
His will of May 4, 1670, (proven Ocotber 14, 1671), ‘devised to wife, 1/2 estate.  To daughter, Elizabeth Roy, 1 common on pasture bought of Mrs. Trerice, now Lynde.  To Samuel, 1/16 of mill, he to be maintained at college till end of 4th year, when he is to commence bachelor; also meadow at Goodman Leach's; if he resides in Charlestown, to have my acre on top of hill, near Trainingfield, and house and common bought of Z. Symmes.  To Joseph, house and 4 acres at Molton point, 3 haylots, 3 3/4 commons, 3 lots Mystic side, bought of R. Sowers and T. Wilder, the 3rd granted me: 1/2 marsh at burying hill, 1/16 mills, and what part I have in any vessels.  To daughter Elizabeth Roy's child she is going with, 20 shilling.  To daughter Mary Phipps' child she is going with, 20 shillings.’
Inventory, September 28, 1671:  House and lands and close 200 lbs.; 4 acres Molton Point 40 lbs.; 1 acre by training place, and 5 3/4 commons, 38 lbs.; meadow by Goodman Leach and marsh at Burying - hill 27lbs.; 3 hay-lots and 3 wood-lots 25 lbs.; 1/8 of mills 100lbs. 
Widow Elizabeth sold Josiah Wood, house and 1 acre - s.w., highway; n.e., field highway; n.w., Solomon P.; s.r., Jacob Green; 1678, recorded 1683.
Elizabeth, widow, to Josiah Wood, 1 1/2 acres--- NW, Solomon Phipps, near the bur. hill; E & NE, highway, Sarah Sweetser, E.C.; S & SW, Thomas Rand and the cove or creek from the sear; 1675-6. Same to same, lot--- N, R.C.'s house 66; s, T. Rand's pasture; front on road 66; 1676-7.

Widow Phipps and son Joseph, granted 3 3/4 commons 1681.

Solomon and wife Elizabeth are buried at the Phipps Street Burial Ground in Charlestown, MA.
"It is probable that the young brothers, Josiah and Thomas, lived with their sister Elizabeth after their parents deaths (in 1642) and learned the carpenter's trade from her husband."  (NEHGS register Vol. 123 page 231)

  Phipps Street Burial Ground

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and ELIZABETH WOOD are:
 i. MARY4 PHIPPS, b. Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. September 02, 1682, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. MEHITABLE PHIPPS, b. Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusettes9; d. July 15, 1657, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusettes10.
2. iii. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. April 23, 1643, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
3. iv. CAPTAIN SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. 1645, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts; d. July 1693, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
4. v. CAPTAIN SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. 1655, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. August 07, 1725, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 vi. MEHITABLE PHIPPS, b. December 10, 1657, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Mass.11; d. Bef. 1659, Massachusetts12.
 vii. MEHITABLE PHIPPS, b. April 06, 1659, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts13.
 viii. JOSEPH PHIPPS, Baptised August 13, 1661 Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts14; d. young - Charlestown, Massachusetts15.
5. ix. CAPTAIN JOSEPH PHIPPS, b. October 08, 1666, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Abt. 1718, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.
 
 

 Generation No. 2

2.  ELIZABETH4 PHIPPS (SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born April 23, 1643 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts17.  She married JOHN ROY Bef. 1670 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  He was born in Scotland, and died Bet. 1706 - 1710 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Lived Rowley, Mass?  January 30, 1668/69, Elizabeth admitted church18. John was a soap-boiler; admitted inhabitant December 23, 1650-1; a native of Scotland. Estate; Buys of R. Nicholls, house 1661. Grang, 1 common, 1681. Grant with Solomon Phipps, 1685. To Samuel Phipps, 1 1/2 acres, 1681-2. To Wm. Jamison, 3 1/2 acres 169-.  Will, July 6, 1706, probated July 18, 1710.

Children of ELIZABETH PHIPPS and JOHN ROY are:
i. MARY5 ROY, b. February 1, 1662; d. Bef. 1680, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts
ii. ELIZABETH ROY, b. June 8, 1664; d. October 2, 1669.
iii. JOHN ROY, b. January 22, 1665/6; d. September 19, 1669.
iv. SAMUEL ROY, b. June 14, 1668; d. August 24, 1669.
 v. ELIZABETH ROY, b. October 2, baptised October 09, 167023, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts23; d. September 1, 1671.
vi. SOLOMON ROY, b. February 13, baptised February 16, 1672/7323, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts23. Entertained here with 19 other soldiers from Watertown, 1690. See Bond's Watertown, p. 1059.
6. vii. MERCY ROY, b. January 4, baptised January 07, 1674/75, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts19; d. Bef. June 06, 171620.
viii. DANIEL ROY, b. July 1, 1678; d. October 6, 1679.
ix. MARY ROY, Baptised June 22, 168023, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts23; m. JOHN MAXWELL.
 

3. CAPTAIN SOLOMON4 PHIPPS (SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1645 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts24, and died July 1693 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts25.  He married (1) REBECCA PICKARD January 13, 1666/67 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, daughter of JOHN PICKARD and JANE CROSBY.  She was born Abt. 1650 in Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and died February 01, 1668/69.  He married (2) MARY DANFORTH July 16, 1669 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - before Capt. Gookins, daughter of THOMAS DANFORTH and MARY WORTHINGTON.  She was born July 28, 1650 of Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died 1707 in Massachusetts. Oct. 6, 1710, Mary, daughter of Honorable Thomas Danforth, by deed conveyed to her daughters, Sarah and Abial, all her rights in the corn-mills and fulling-mills on Charles River in Watertown.

Child of SOLOMON PHIPPS and REBECCA PICKARD is:
 i. SOLOMON5 PHIPPS, b. January 15, 1668/69, Charlestown, Suffolk  Co., Massachusetts; d. January 24, 1668/69, Charlestown, Suffolk  Co., Massachusetts.

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and MARY DANFORTH are:
7. i. MARY DANFORTH5 PHIPPS, b. June 29, 1670, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Bef. May 09, 1721, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
8. ii. BETHIAH PHIPPS, b. July 03, 1671, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts34; d. Abt. 175435 Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
9. iii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. August 21, 1674, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Abt. 1708, Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. 
10. iv. SOLOMON PHIPPS, baptised November 10, 1675, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Bef. December 27, 1707, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts?
11. v. CAPTAIN THOMAS PHIPPS, b. November 22, 1676, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. January 02, 1720/21, Bef 10/2/1737 - Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire.
 vi. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, baptised December 27, 1680, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. July 07, 1682, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 vii. JONATHAN PHIPPS, baptised November 07, 1682, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts38; d. January 30, 1682/83, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
12. viii. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. January 02, 1683/84, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts39; d. February 15, 1733/4, ae. 51, "relict of H.F." (g.s. King's Chapel).
 ix. JONATHAN PHIPPS, b. October 20, 1685, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts47; d. Bef. December 10, 170548. Of Boston, Massachusetts.  December 10, 1705, Charlestown land 26 lbs to brother Solomon48. Occupation: mariner48.
13. x. SARAH PHIPPS, b. March 13, 1687/88, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts48; d. January 12, 1750, Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts49
14. xi. ABIEL PHIPPS, b. June 11, 1690 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. April 12, 1723.
 

4. CAPTAIN SAMUEL4 PHIPPS (SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1655 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts53, and died August 07, 1725 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts53 - age 74.  Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.  He married (1) MARY PHILLIPS August 08, 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts53 - by Mr. Thomas Danforth, daughter of JOHN PHILLIPS and MARY.  She was born July 13, 1652 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Bef. 1679 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  He married (2) KATHERINE BRACKENBURY February 16, 1680/81 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts54 - by Mr. James Russell, daughter of JOHN BRACKENBURY and AMMIE ANDERSON.  She was born Abt. 1658 in Massachusetts, bapt. and own cov't November 30, 1680/1, and died Bef. 1717 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  He married (3) MARY BRADLEY Abt. 1717 in Charlestown, Massachusetts, sister of Abraham Bradley of Staffordshire, England.  She died November 19, 172855. 

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and KATHERINE BRACKENBURY are:
 i. SAMUEL5 PHIPPS, b. March 19, 1681/82, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusettes58 Christened: May 21, 168259 ; d. May 31, 1683, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusettes58.
ii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. December 03, 1683, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts60  Christened: December 10, 1683, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts61; d. May 24, 1685, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts60.
 iii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. September 30, 1685, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. November 26, 1686, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 iv. JANE/JEAN PHIPPS, b. August 23, 1687, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Christened: October 23, 1687, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts62; d. September 05, 1713, age 25 yrs 10 months 3 days, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  Burial: Jean on gravestone, Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
15. v. KATHERINE PHIPPS, b. October 25, 1689, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts64 Christened: December 29, 1689, Charlestown, Massachusetts66; d. November 12, 1761, Massachusetts64.
vi. ABIGAIL PHIPPS, Christened: April 03, 1692, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts67; d. young - Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
16. vii. EMMA PHIPPS, b. October 04, 1694, 3 PM Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
17. viii. CAPTAIN SAMUEL PHIPPS, Probably the s. baptised 5th month 25th day 1697 to "Samuel and Sarah Phips" with twin (Record Book of the First Church in Charlestown - entry recorded as 'blotted' ), Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Abt 1736.
18. ix. SOLOMON PHIPPSProbably the s. baptised 5th month 25th day 1697 to "Samuel and Sarah Phips" with twin (Record Book of the First Church in Charlestown - entry recorded as 'blotted' ), Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. 1737.
19. x. ABIGAIL PHIPPS, b. November 03, 1699, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts68 Christened: November 05, 1699, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts70; d. Aft. 174169.
xi. MEHITABLE PHIPPS, b. July 18, 1702, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Christened: July 18, 1702, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts71; d. September 19, 1727, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, unmarried. 1727, witness to Samuel Phipps deed.
 

5. CAPTAIN JOSEPH4 PHIPPS (SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)72 was born October 08, 1666 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts73, and died Abt. 1717 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts73.  He married MARY KETTELL74 May 12, 1687 in Middlesex Co., Massachusetts75, daughter of SAMUEL KETTELL and MERCY HEYDEN. She was born October 08, 1666, and died December 21, 1729, buried Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.

Children of JOSEPH PHIPPS and MARY KETTELL are:
 i. JOSEPH5 PHIPPS, b. February 22, 1687/88, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts78. Christened: September 02, 1690, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts78; d. December 25, 1690, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  Cause of Death: Cancer rash78.
20.  ii. MARY PHIPPS, b. 1691, of Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts78  Christened: June 21, 1691, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts or January?8.
21. iii. MERCY PHIPPS, b. 1692, Massachusetts81 Christened: September 06, 1692, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts81.
 iv. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. July 10, 1694, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts81, Christened: July 15, 1694, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts81.
22. v. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. October 27, 1696, Massachusetts; d. February 11, 1730/31, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
23. vi. SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. March 31, 1700, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Bef. January 10, 1741/42.
 vii. JOSEPH PHIPPS, b. or baptised September 15, 1706, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts83; d. October 03, 1722, age 16 yrs 22 days. Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
 
 

Generation No. 3

6. MERCY5 ROY (ELIZABETH4 PHIPPS, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born and/or baptised January 07, 1674/75 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts, and died Bef. June 06, 1716.  She married FRANCIS NELSON November 14, 1702 in Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts, son of THOMAS NELSON and ANNA LAMBERT.  He was born February 19, 1675/76 in Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and died April 02, 1720.  

Child of MERCY ROY and FRANCIS NELSON is:
i.    SOLOMON6 NELSON, b. November 15, 1703, Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. April 06, 1781, Georgetown, Essex Co., Massachusetts; m. MERCY CHAPLIN, March 15, 1723/24.
ii.   MERCY NELSON, b. May 19, 1705, Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
iii.  DAVID NELSON, b. July 23, 1707, Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts; m. (1) MARGARET RUGG, February 13, 1738/39, Lancaster, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. (2) HANNAH BAILEY, December 29, 1757.

24. iv. ELIZABETH NELSON, b. November 05, 1710, Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
 v.   JONATHAN NELSON, b. April 16, 1713, Rowley, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

 

7.  MARY DANFORTH5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born May 03, 1670 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts84 Christened: June 29, 1670, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts84, and died Bef. May 09, 1721 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts84.  She met (1) JOHN WALKER.  She married (2) BROWN.

Child of MARY DANFORTH PHIPPS and JOHN WALKER is:
 i. PHIPPS6, b. December 30, 168986; d. 168986. Cause of Death: smallpox86. Child's death from small pox blamed on father84
 
 

8.  BETHIAH5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)557,558 was born July 03, 1671 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Abt. 1754 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  She married DANIEL CHAMPNEY April 02, 1695 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, son of DANIEL CHAMPNEY and DORCAS BRIDGES.  He was born December 14, 1669 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died Abt. 1754 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. 1688, gave testimony.   DANIEL CHAMPNEY: was a trooper n the 1690 Quebec expedition.

Children of BETHIAH PHIPPS and DANIEL CHAMPNEY are:
 i. THOMAS6 CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1697; d. Bef. 1709. Baptised: March 07, 1696/97, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 ii. DORCAS CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1699; d. March 26, 1705. Baptised: April 18, 1699, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
25. iii. DANIEL CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1700; d. April 20, 1747, Massachusetts.
26. iv. SOLOMON CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1702; d. 1760.
27. v. NOAH CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1704; d. February 05, 1749/50, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
28. vi. DOWNING CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1706, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 24, 1775.
29. vii. RICHARD CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1707; d. 1769, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
30. viii. THOMAS CHAMPNEY, b. Abt. 1709.
 
 

9.  SAMUEL5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born August 21, 1674 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts86 (perhaps this is christening date?), and died Abt. 1708 in Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts86.  He married ELIZABETH STEVENS December 26, 1700 in Roxbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts87, daughter of TIMOTHY STEVENS and SARAH DAVIS.  She was born August 21, 1675 in Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - of Roxbury, Massachusetts?, and died January 07, 1729/30 in Lexington, Middlesex Co.,  Massachusetts.  Lived Cambridge and Lexington, Massachusetts88.  1706, sells to Samuel and Joseph Wood, 1/10 father's estate (exc. widow's dower)88. January 27, 1708/09, Admin. to widow88. October 06, 1735, Admin., on unadmin. estate to Samuel Phipps, tanner88.  Occupation: Cordwainer88. She m. 2nd Benjamin Wellington December 25, 1712 at Watertown, Massachusetts and had; Abigail, Timothy, Mary and Oliver.

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and ELIZABETH STEVENS are:
31. i. ELIZABETH6 PHIPPS, b. September 17, 1701, Lexington, Middlesex Co.,Massachusetts.
 ii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. February 08, 1703/04, Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts89 Christened: February 13, 1703/04, Cambridge, Massachusettes91; m. MARY TAYLOR, November 28, 1728, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts90. Occupation: tanner91
 iii. JONATHAN PHIPPS, b. 1707, Massachusetts91.  Christened: September 14, 1707, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts91
32. iv. SARAH PHIPPS, b. March 20, 1708/09, Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts92; d. Aft. 173193 Christened: April 10, 1709, Cambridge, Massachusetts95.
 

10.  SOLOMON5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was baptised November 10, 1675, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts97, and died Bef. December 27, 1707 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts?95.  He married SARAH WILLIAMS Abt. 1694 in Norfolk Co., Massachusetts96, daughter of STEPHEN WILLIAMS and SARAH WISE.   She was born August 13, 1667, and died April 22, 1707 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  1696, lived Muddy River (Brookline) and later Cambridge97. 1696, sold to John Call, 3 1/2 acres97 1699, from Joseph Phipps, qt. cl. 1 acre97 December 10, 1705, received Charlestown land worth 26 lbs of brother Joseph at his death97. 1705, to C. Crosswell, 4 acres97  December 27, 1707, Inventory - 117 lbs.97 1712, Heirs, the 3 minors, joined to R. Miller97.
SARAH WILLIAMS: Epitaph:  Here lies ye body of Mrs. Sarah Phipps wife to Mr. Solomon Phipps daughter of Captain Stephen Williams & Mrs. Sarah Williams of Roxbury aged 47 years.  Deceased April ye 22nd 1707.  (Epitaphs from the Old Burying Ground at Cambridge)

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and SARAH WILLIAMS are:
33. i. SARAH6 PHIPPS, b. Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. Abt. 1756, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
34. ii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. February 10, 1695/96, Brookline, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. 1737, of Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1698, of Roxbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts99; d. Aft. 1721100.
 
 

11.  CAPTAIN THOMAS5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)101 was born November 22, 1676 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts102, and died between January 02, 1720/21 and October 02, 1737 - Portsmouth, New Hampshire103. Cause of Death: smallpox106.  He married (1) ELEANOR HARVEY104 May 04, 1699 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire105, daughter of THOMAS HARVEY.  She was born Abt. 1676, and died Aft. 1710. He married (2) MARY PLAISTED February 25, 1711/12105, daughter of JOHN PLAISTED and MARY PICKERING.  She was born March 29, 1687 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, and died Aft. May 28, 1766.

Children of THOMAS PHIPPS and ELEANOR HARVEY are:
 i. ELIZABETH6 PHIPPS, b. Massachusetts112; d. Aft. 1766113; m. CAPTAIN CALEB GARDNER, 1739114, b. April 23, 1682, Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 29, 1761, Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. He was a farmer, a Lieutenant and a Captain in the militia.  He held several town offices; among them that of Selectman, for six years, between 1718 and 1729.  Caleb Gardner married, second, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Phipps of Portsmouth, N. H. They moved to Newport, R. I., where he engaged in the West Indian trade. "He was an English goods merchant in Newport, and had a lumber wharf. He was pretty affluent and was much respected. He belonged to Mr. Styles's church."  He died in Newport, R. I., September 29, 1761.  Estate, C.G. and wife, to W. Smith, 1 acre, NE, fieldway Jacob Green; NW, B. Sweetser Jr.; SE, John Rand; SW, N. Dowse, Jr.; 1710. To B. Sweetser, 1 acre, E N Jacob Green 8 1/2 poles; SE W. Smith; 1710. With Phipps heirs 1712, 1725. (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates) They had children; Benjamin, Eleanor, Joanna, Solomon, Sarah, Elizabeth, Lucy, Bethia, Caleb.
   ii. THOMAS PHIPPS, b. 1699; d. January 06, 1711/12, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
35. iii. ELEANOR PHIPPS, b. August 11, 1701, Portsmouth, New Hampshire115; d. Aft. 1766116.
36. iv. MARY PHIPPS, b. November 07, 1703, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. 1766.
37. v. DANFORTH PHIPPS, b. 1710, of Falmouth, Cumberland Co., Maine b. Portsmouth, New Hampshire; d. Aft. 1795.

Children of THOMAS PHIPPS and MARY PLAISTED are:
 vi. JAMES6 PHIPPS, b. Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
 vii. OLIVE PHIPPS118, b. Portsmouth, New Hampshire119; m. (1) SAMUEL WINCKLEY120; m. (2) CYPRIEN JEFFRIES120, 1746121.
viii. THOMAS PHIPPS, baptised December 14, 1712, Portsmouth, New Hampshire122; d. January 16, 1712/13 Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
 ix. MEHETABLE PHIPPS, baptised October 18, 1714, Portsmouth, New Hampshire123; d. soon after marriage123; m. THOMAS SHEPARD.
 38. x. SARAH PHIPPS, b. 1716, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; d. Aft. 1766.
 xi. THOMAS PHIPPS, baptised March 05, 1720/21, Portsmouth, New Hampshire126; d. young125.
 xii. JOHN PHIPPS, baptised April 08, 1722, Portsmouth, New Hampshire127; d. Aft. July 1740, before 1761127.  Cause of Death: smallpox127. Occupation: boat builder128
 xiii. BETHIA PHIPPS, baptised April 08, 1722, Portsmouth, New Hampshire129; d.  July 1740-1766129.
iv. HANNAH PHIPPS, baptised January 05, 1723/24132; d. Aft. 1738131; m. JONATHAN SPRAGUE, November 16, 1738, Portsmouth, New Hampshire131. Jonathan, son of Joseph; Cambridge; saddler; d. July 6, 1764, g.s. at Camb.
Will, July 4 (pro. Aug. 8) 1764, devised to wife; to Eleanor, dau. of James Putnam, to Eben Stedman Jr.; to br. John's 3 chn.; to kinsman Samuel Sprague of Malden. (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates)
 xv. THOMAS PHIPPS, b. 1726, Portsmouth, New Hampshire133; d. November 17, 1739, Portsmouth, New Hampshire133.  Burial: Point of Graves Cemetary, Portsmouth, New Hampshire134. Cause of Death: fractured skull, kicked by a horse driving to water135 .
 xvi. JANE PHIPPS, b. 1728, Portsmouth, New Hampshire136; m. WILLIAM DRAKE, Aft. 1746137.
 

12. ELIZABETH5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1), b. January 02, 1683/84, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts39. Christened: November 06, 1683, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts42; d. February 15, 1733/4, ae. 51, "relict of H.F." (g.s. King's Chapel). Estate. -- Deed with Phipps heirs to Thomas Call Jr., 171240. She married HOPESTILL FOSTER, November 15, 1705 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, son of HOPESTILL FOSTER and ELIZABETH PAYSON.  He was born Abt. 1645 in England (came in the Elizabeth with his mother31,32,33), and died April 21, 1724 of Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  

Children of ELIZABETH PHIPPS and HOPESTILL FOSTER are:
 i. HOPESTILL8 FOSTER34, b. 170834.
 ii. ELISHA FOSTER34, b. 1711; d. 1766; m. ELIZABETH SHEPARD34, 1744; b. Abt. 1712; d. 1773, age 61. OCCUPATION Merchant Retailer.  BUSINESS Newbury St.  January 4, 1734; January 4, 1735 Elisha Foster (merchant) and Elizabeth Foster (spinster) deed to Hopestill Foster (bookseller) house and land, formerly the estate of our father and late Hopestill Foster (shopkeeper); E. by lane leading up from the Town Dock into the yard of Nicholas Moorcock called Corn Court W. by Davies Alley; N. by house and land of Belcher Noyes; S. by warehouse and land of Thomas Fitch. (SD 50:55) W. side of Corn Court.  1744; permitted to sell strong drink as a retailer in Newbury St. (TR 17:78)
WILL March 27, 1766. PROBATE May 16, 1766; Elisha Foster (merchant): Ex.: wife Elizabeth. Legatee: wife Elizabeth. (SPR 65:229) No Inventory.  (Thwing database)
 iii. DANFORTH FOSTER34, b. 1717.
 iv. ELIZABETH FOSTER34, b. 1707; d. Infancy/childhood.
 v. MARY FOSTER34, b. 1715.


13.  SARAH5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 13, 1687/88 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, baptised: January 18, 1687/88, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died January 12, 1750 at Brookline, Massachusetts.  She married (1) CAPTAIN CALEB GARDNER April 10, 1707 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, son of JOSHUA GARDNER of Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died 1716, tanner. Estate; C.G and wife to Robert Wyer, 4 1/2 acres, late of Solomon Phipps, W 3 pole way; E P. Fowle, R. Mousal; S John Fowle; N chdn. of S. P.; 1709. With Phipps heirs 1712. She married (2) CAPTAIN JOHN WINCHESTER abt 1717 in Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, son of JOHN WINCHESTER and JOANNA STEVENS. He was born April 17, 1676 Muddy River, and died September 27, 1751 at Muddy River (Brookline).  

Children of SARAH PHIPPS and JOHN WINCHESTER are:
i. DANFORTH8 WINCHESTER, b. March 18, 1718/19; d. young.

 ii. BETHIA WINCHESTER, b. December 20, 1720; d. September 2, 1722.
iii. SAMUEL WINCHESTER, b. December 1722; d. July 13, 1751. Probably the Samuel who m. November 19, 1747, JOANNA WEST, dau. of BENJAMIN WEST and JOANNA SWINERTON of Roxbury, MA.
39. iv. NATHAN WINCHESTER, b. April 16, 1724, Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 31, 1802, Rosette, Nova Scotia.
 
 v. MARTHA WINCHESTER, b. November 23, 1728. 
vi. ABIGAIL WINCHESTER, baptised September 1, 1734.
 
 

14.  ABIEL5 PHIPPS (SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)138 was born June 11, 1690 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Masschusetts and was christened April 11, 1693, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts142.  She married (1) RICHARD CHALKLEY.  She married (2) CAPTAIN CALEB GARDINER140 December 22, 1709 in Brookline, Massachusetts141, son of THOMAS GARDNER and MARY BOWLES.  He was born April 23, 1682 in Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died September 29, 1761 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. He was a farmer, a Lieutenant and a Captain in the militia.  He held several town offices; among them that of Selectman, for six years, between 1718 and 1729. Caleb Gardner married, second, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Phipps of Portsmouth, N. H. They moved to Newport, R. I., owing to the fact, it is said, that his neighbors were incensed at his marrying his niece.  There he engaged in the West Indian trade. "He was an English goods merchant in Newport, and had a lumber wharf. He belonged to Mr. Styles's church."  He died in Newport, R. I., September 29, 1761.

Child of ABIEL PHIPPS and CALEB GARDINER is:
i. BENJAMIN6 GARDNER
ii.  ELEANORE GARDNER, b. May 25, 1711 Brookline, MA
40. iii. JOANNA GARDNER143, b. May 27, 1712144; d. November 22, 1772144
iv.  SOLOMON GARDNER, b. April 04, 1715 Brookline, MA
41. v.  SARAH GARDNER, b. June 27, 1717 Brookline, MA. 
vi.  ELIZABETH GARDNER, b. January 25, 1719/20 Brookline, MA
vii. LUCY GARDNER, b. February 13, 1722/23 Brookline, MA
viii. BETHIA GARDNER, b. December 10, 1725 Brookline, MA
42. ix. CALEB GARDNER, January 18, 1728/29 Brookline, MA.
 
 

15.  KATHERINE5 PHIPPS (SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born October 25, 1689 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died November 12, 1761 in Massachusetts.  Baptised December 29, 1689, Charlestown, Massachusetts.  She married (1) JOHN BLANEY, son of JOHN BLANEY and SARAH.  He was born January 03, 1683/84 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Bef. 1746.  She married (2) BENJAMIN ANDREWS May 09, 1718.  He was of Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  She married (3)  JOSEPH WHITE ESQUIRE April 28, 1743 in the New South Church.  He died 1751.  Burial: Kings Chapel Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.

Children of KATHERINE PHIPPS and JOHN BLANEY are:
    i.    JANE6 BLANEY, b
aptised November 01, 1713, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
    ii.   JOHN BLANEY, b. Abt. 1716, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusettes; d. Aft. 1742; m. ABIGAIL PHIPPS, April 22, 1742, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - by Rev. William Walstead; b. May 19, 1721, Massachusetts; d. Aft. 1742.

Children of KATHERINE PHIPPS and BENJAMIN ANDREWS are:
43. iii.  JOHN6 ANDREWS, b. August 28, 1719, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
    iv.   SAMUEL ANDREWS, b. Bet. 1722 - 1723; d. Infancy/childhood.
    v.    SAMUEL ANDREWS, b. Bet. 1723 - 1724; d. Infancy/childhood.
    vi.   SAMUEL ANDREWS, b. 1725.
    vii.  KATHERINE ANDREWS, b. October 05, 1727; d. January 31, 1813, of Boston, MA; m. JOHN SWEETSER, August 23, 1753, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.


16.  EMMA5 PHIPPS (SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born October 04, 1694 at 3 PM Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts148. Christened: October 07, 1694, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. December 26, 1733.  She married REVEREND THOMAS TUFTS January 29, 1718/19 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts148, son of PETER TUFTS and ELIZABETH LYNDE of Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  He was born March 31, 1683.
Thomas grad. HC 1701, lived Medford; m. (1) MARY LYNDE who d. Sept. 3, 1718, ae. 38, at Medford. Children 1st marriage; i. Mary, b. June 1 (bapt. 4) 1710. ii. Thomas, b. 1712, at M.; of Stratham, NH, 1738; notified 1739. iii. Peter, b. and d. 1714; g.s. at M. iv. Henry, 1716; taxed 1737; of Exeter, NH; tailor; inherited of gr.-mother Mary Hayman, 1739.
Estate- with Joseph Kent, sells to W. Rand, 1711. To E. Bucknam, lot, 1718. Rec'd of father's estate, 46 (40?) pounds per annum. To Jonathan Green, woods, 1721-2. To S. Webb, 1/16 of grist mills, 1726. To E. Hartshorn, woods, 1727. Admin. to Joseph Tufts. Admr. has deed of Emma Tufts, 25 acres, 1734. Mary (1st wife) deed with dau. Mary of Mary Hayman, house, 1715-16. Emma (2d wife) deed to admr., 1734. To chn., all right to the estate, 1734. Thomas (son) sells 1/2 of brick house in Fleet st., Boston.  Henry (son) sells Thomas Jenner, 1/3 of brick house in Fleet st., Boston. Mary (dau.) deed with mother, 1715-16. To John Goodwin house, 1734-5. Of Chelmsford, sells Thomas Jenner, 1/3 of house in Boston, 1738. (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates)

Children of EMMA PHIPPS and THOMAS TUFTS are:
 i. CATHERINE6 TUFTS, b. November 04, 1719, Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 10, 1800, Barnstable, Barnstable Co., Massachusetts; m. (1) THOMAS SHERMAN, December 01, 1737, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; m. (2) WILLIAM TAYLOR, January 12, 1758, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. SAMUEL TUFTS, b. December 31, 1720, Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; m. SUSANNAH PEMBERTON, February 23, 1747/48, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. CAPTAIN SIMON TUFTS, b. March 17, 1722/23, Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. November 21, 1799, Sullivan's Island, South Carolina; m. (1) RUTH JACKSON, June 11, 1747, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; m. (2) REBECCA LLOYD, January 30, 1759, Charleston, South Carolina.
 iv. SOLOMON TUFTS, , b. January 22, 1724/25, Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 21, 1761, Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 v.  NANCY TUFTS, b. November 1726, Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. 1787, Peterborough, New Hampshire; m. JONATHAN MORRISON, New Hampshire.
 vi. DAVID TUFTS, bapt. April 28, 1728, at Christ Church.

 vi. FREDERIC TUFTS, bapt. June 27, 1731, "of Thomas Tufts of Mystic," at Christ Church.
 

17. CAPTAIN SAMUEL5 PHIPPS (SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)150 Probably the s. baptised 5th month 25th day 1697 to "Samuel and Sarah Phips" with twin (Record Book of the First Church in Charlestown - entry recorded as 'blotted' )151 and died Abt. 1736. He married MARY TAYLOR152 November 28, 1728 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  She died Aft. 1753 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts?  Burial: Phipps Street Burial Ground, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
Estate - Taxed, "clerk," 1727 - 1734.  Samuel Jr., merchant, buys of Jonathan Rand, 1 1/2 acres, the half of Dady lot, 1724.  Deed with father's heirs to brother Solomon, house, 1725.  Of father's heirs, barn - bd. s., way to Swing bridge; n., Theophilus Ivory; e., James Capen heirs; w., Thomas Chapman. 1/2 acre meadow - n. & s., highways; w., narrow alley adjoining Jonathan Rand; e., B. Lawrence.  2 1/2 acres pasture - n., way to Molton Point; w., heirs B. Pierce, R. Baylston and S. P.; s., R.B. dec. 1 1/4 acres mowing - s., way to Trainingfield; w., heirs M. Gill; e., R.B. and S.P. dec.; n., R. B.; 1725.  Of same 4 1/4 acres; also 3 acres in common with H. Phillips - e., A. Ireland; w., James Lowden, Joseph Frost; s., church-lot.  5 1/4 acres - e. range; n., J. Phillips; w. & s., D. Russell; 1725.  To H. Phillips, 4 1/2 acres,1726.  Of H.P., 2 acres, 1726.  To J. Benjamin, 1 1/2 acres, 1726. To B. Lawrence, strip, 1726.  To Daniel Russell, 5 1/4 acres Walnut tree hill - e., range; n., H.P.; s. & w., D.R.; witnesses, Mehetable Phipps, Samuel Frothingham; 1727.  Of S.F., 1 1/2 acres, 1728.  Of Grace Ireland, 2 lots as of Joseph Phipps, 1728.  Of R. Rose, house as of D. Lawrence, 1732.  To R.R., same, 1733.  Of Solomon Phipps, mort. house, 1733. To Joseph Rand Jr., land - s.w., Main St. 68; n.e., Back lane 66; s.e., B. Lawrence; n.w., S.P.; 1735. To W. Wyer, land - s.w., Main St. 68; n.e., Back lane 66; n.w., narrow lane next to Jonathan Rand's house; s.e., S. P.; 1735
Admin. to widow July 5, 1736; William Taylor of Lynn, bondsman, and Edward pell and E. Lutwyche, sureties.
Inventory; August 19,1736; Mansion on Fore Street near ferry, 700 lbs.  Lot Main St. 116 ft. and on Back St., between W. Wyer and Joseph Rand, 350 lbs.
1 acre front Back Lane from Trainingfield by Meyrick - e.& n. R. Boylston 120 lbs..  2 1/2 acres Charlestown fields - n.e., highway ; s.w.& n.w., R. Boylston 225 lbs..  Lot near bridge, 42 ft. front and 52 deep, and barn, 90 lbs..  Total 2334 lbs..
Mary (widow) taxed 1736, 1737, 1741, 1742, 1748.  Sells John Odin and M. Sherman, house 1749.  As guardian of daughter Katherine, sells J. Gardiner and D. Wyer, 1/2 acre, 1752.  Same to J. Chapman, lot near Swing bridge, 1753.  M.P., qt. cl. to S. Conant, 1755.  

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and MARY TAYLOR are:
44. i. KATHARINE6 PHIPPS, baptised June 24, 1733, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts158.
 ii. REBECCA PHIPPS, baptised April 04, 1736, Charlestown, Massachusetts.
 
 

18.  SOLOMON5 PHIPPS (SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) Probably the s. baptised 5th month 25th day 1697 to "Samuel and Sarah Phips" with twin (Record Book of the First Church in Charlestown - entry recorded as 'blotted' )161, and died Aft. 1737. He married KATHERINE ROUS October 13, 1720 in Middlesex Co., Massachusetts160 - Rev. Mr. Simon Bradstreet, daughter of WILLIAM ROUS and MARY PEACHIE.  She was born August 4, 1700 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1737.   Estate - taxed 1721, No. 96, 1727 - 1736, 1738, 1745, 1746, 1748, 1756 - 1763; abated 1734, 1736.  Buys of father's heirs, house - w., Market place; s., lane next to C. Chambers house; n., Timothy Phillips (dec.) house; e., John Soley; 1725.  With father's heirs to brother Samuel, lots, 1725.  Mort. to same the house I live in as above, 1733.  With Rous heirs 1737. (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates)  September 3, 1733; Solomon Phipps, of Charlestown, mariner, mortgage for 150 pounds to Samuel Phipps of Charlestown, merchant, a certain dwelling house in Charlestown which the I said Solomon Phipps now dwell in with the land thereto adjoining bound by John Loley (Foley?), heirs of Timothy Philips dec (Middlesex Deeds) No release noted.  November 30, 1737; Solomon Phipps, mariner, and Catherine his wife, Stephen Ford Cooper and Mary his wife, and William Rous, mariner, all of Charlestown, quitclaim to John Rous of Charlestown, mariner, all their right in their father Rouses estate, Mr. William Rous late of Charlestown aforesaid, mariner, excepting our portion of our Honored Mother Mrs. Mary Rous.  (Middlesex Deeds)

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and KATHERINE ROUS are:
45. i. JANE6 PHIPPS, b. May 10, 1721, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts?162. Baptised May 21, 1721, Kings Chapel, Boston, Massachusetts164; d. November 30, 1760163.
46. ii. KATHARINE PHIPPS, b. January 20, 1722/23, Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts164; d. Aft. 1751165.
47. iii. LIEUTENANT SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. December 13, 1724, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. March 27, 1758, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
 iv. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. May 04, 1727, baptised May 07, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 v. WILLIAM PHIPPS, b. May 13, 1729, Massachusetts. Baptised; May 18, 1729. 1748, Private from Charlestown, in the company of John Codman on his Majesties service, roll dated Charlestown, March 25, 1748. He served from September 22 to 23, 1746.  (Massachusetts Military Archives, Muster Rolls, 92:61) Could this be William Phipps of Nova Scotia?
 vi. THOMAS PHIPPS, b. May 13, 1729, Massachusetts. Baptised; May 18, 1729.
 vii. MEHETABLE PHIPPS, b. August 31, 1731, Massachusetts, baptised: September 05, 1731, Massachusetts; d. Bef. 1733, Massachusetts.
48. viii. MARGARET PHIPPS, Baptised: December 17, 1732, Massachusetts167; d. Aft. 1753165.
 ix. MEHETABLE PHIPPS, b. August 31, 1733, Massachusetts; m. BENJAMIN MCELROY/MUCKLEROY of Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts on August 16, 1768.
 x. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. May 19, 1734, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, baptised May 19, 1734, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  (Is she the Elizabeth Phipps who m. John Rumble on October 10, 1757 at Sturbridge, MA and had daus Sarah and Loes?)
 

19.  ABIGAIL5 PHIPPS (SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born November 03, 1699 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1741.  She married (1) JOSHUA BENJAMIN November 10, 1724 in Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, son of ABEL BENJAMIN and AMATHIA MIRRCKE.  He was born April 10, 1686, and died Bet. 1732 - 1740 in of Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  She married (2) JOSEPH AUSTIN August 26, 1740 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, son of EBENEZER AUSTIN and REBECCA SPRAGUE.  He was born Abt. 1701 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Bef. 1791 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
Abigail own cov't, July 25, 1725, was bapt. Aug. 30, 1730. A log book exists with Joshua's name, dated 1710, taken by ship "Kent" 70 guns 440 men, from the "Hardie Brithae," French ship, 400 tons, 82 guns, 175 men. He returned from London, Apr. 10, 1718, arrived at Newcastle harbor in ship "Lusitania," Capt. Thos. Holland, after absence of 6 yrs. 4 mos., serving Queen Anne on board of the "Devonshire," "Northumberland," "Greyhound," and "Kent," men-of-war. Will Aug. 21, 1733, probate November 18, 1734. Devised to wife, sister Abigail, bro. Samuel Phipps, niece Mary Smith.  Estate.--- Taxed 1727-1734. J. B. with B. Andrews to Solomon Phipps, 1725. Of Sam'l Phipps, 1 1/2 acres within neck---NE, Mystic River; SW, highway; SE heirs E. Johnson; NW, heirs John Rand Jr.; 1726. To John Sprague, the same 1727. Of J.S., S 1/2 of old house behind the meeting-house, share of E. Austin estate; the north part being S. Butler's ----bd. front 18ft; S, Bradstreet; SE, J.B.; NE, S.B. __; 1727. Of Jos. Austin Jr., land, 1731. Abigail, w. of Joshua, with Sam'l Phipps heirs, of Mary Phipps. See K. Andrews.  (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates)

Children of ABIGAIL PHIPPS and JOSHUA BENJAMIN are:
    i.    JOSHUA6 BENJAMIN, b. August 22, 1725, of Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
    ii.   KATHERINE BENJAMIN, b. June 20, 1727; d. Bef. 1755.
    iii.  ABIGAIL BENJAMIN, b. August 26, 1730; m. EBEN WELCH, Abt. 1751, Of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Boston, Cordwainer; Estate, mortgage to J. Austin 1754, and sell to their bro. John B. 1/4 father's house 1755, (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates)
50. iv. JOHN BENJAMIN, b. September 06, 1732; d. Aft. 1753.
   
Child of ABIGAIL PHIPPS and JOSEPH AUSTIN is:
    v.  REBECCA6 AUSTIN, b. November 11, 1741; d. January 10, 1820, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.


20.  MARY5 PHIPPS (JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM11) was baptised June 21, 1691 Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1715.  She married RICHARD WHITTEMORE June 02, 1715 in Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, son of JOHN WHITTEMORE and SARAH HALL.  He died Abt. 1724. Admitted church, widow, Feb. 25, 1728. RICHARD WHITTEMORE: Estate tax abated 1724. Taxed 1729-1734. With John W. to Joseph Frost 1716. To J. Frost, power, 1721.
   
Children of MARY PHIPPS and RICHARD WHITTEMORE are:
51. i. JOSEPH6 WHITTEMORE, b. March 09, 1715/16; d. Bef. 1757.
    ii.  JOHN WHITTEMORE, b. Abt. 1717.
    iii. RICHARD WHITTEMORE, Baptised: September 13, 1719.
    iv. MARY WHITTEMORE, b. April 07, 1724; m. NATHANIEL FROTHINGHAM.


21.  MERCY5 PHIPPS (JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was baptised
September 06, 1692, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  She married SAMUEL MAXEY August 28, 1718 in Gloucester (?), Massachusetts. 

Children of MERCY PHIPPS and SAMUEL MAXEY are:
    i.    SAMUEL6 MAXEY, baptised: March 03, 1727/28
    ii.   MERCY MAXEY, baptised: March 03, 1727/28
    iii.  SARAH MAXEY, baptised: March 03, 1727/28
    iv.  MARY MAXEY, b
aptised: March 31, 1728
.


22.  SAMUEL5 PHIPPS (JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)
168 was born October 27, 1696 Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts169, baptised November 01, 1696, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts172, and died February 11, 1730/31 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts169.  He married ABIGAIL170 Bef. 1715 in Massachusetts171, of Malden Massachusetts. She died Bef. June 18, 1734 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts. She m. (2) JOSEPH WHITTEMORE, joiner, son of JOSEPH WHITTEMORE and JOANNA MOUSALL, b. February 22, 1688/9; d. 1762. Estate - taxed "Samuel Jr.," 1721, No. 95; 1727, 1729, 1730; abated 1731, deceased.  "Samuel Jr." and wife to D. Russell, 6 acres woods, No. 13, granted John Palmer, near No. 14, granted Sarah, Sallie, now of Mr. Blaney's heirs; 10 acres, e. part of No. 90; Mary, widow of Joseph consents; 2/24/1719 rec. 1720.  Samuel Jr., merchant of Jonathan Rand, 1 1/2 acres - n.e., Mystic River; s.w., highway; s.e., Captain Eleazer Johnson; n.w., John Rand Jr.; 1/2 Dady lot; 1724.
Admin. to widow, 3/15/1730 - 1; Joseph Frost and Joseph Harris, sureties.    Inventory, 4/29/1731;  House and 12 acres, 276 lbs; 4 1/2 acres ( 4 acres 54 rods) meadow - n.e., Medford Road 23 rods; n.w., Joseph Frothingham 24 rods; n.e., same 10 rods; s.e., rangeway 28; n.w. S. Hutchinson 6 1/2 rods; s.w., N. Frothingham 32 1/2 rods; 135 lbs..  7 acres pasture 126 lbs.  6 acres woods 48 lbs.. 15 1/2 acres woods 120 lbs..
Admin. on the unadmin. estate (the widow having dec'd) to Joseph Frost, June 18, 1734; S. Trumball and C. Lamson, sureties.
Inventory;  7 acres 21 rods - begin at widow Mary Rand's, on Medford Road; s., road 23 rods; e., Eben Breed 45; n.e., rangeway 22; w., W. Hoppin 22 r.; s., W. H. 15; w., M. Fosket 19; s., widow Rand 4; 392 lbs., building 60 lbs.  4 acres 54 rods, as before, 266 lbs..  5 1/2 acres 9 r. pasture - begin, corner between M. Brigden; s., Cambridge Road 37; n.w., rangeway 46; n., M.B. 20; e. M.B. 32; 203 lbs.
Widow Abigail (as adx.) sells S. Bradshaw et al., woods, 1732.  To Mr. Brigden et al., 2 acres, 1732.  To Samuel Rand, 2 1/2 acres Highfield - s.w., highway, Joseph Frost; n.e., creek toward Dirty Marsh; n., Daniel Reed; s.e., Joseph Harris; 8/17/1732. (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates). Cause of Death: fever John Whittemore 10 years old lived with them at Samuel's death.  Occupation: merchant. Town Offices: 1726, town clerk

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and ABIGAIL are:
 i. ABIGAIL6 PHIPPS174, b. May 19, 1721, Massachusetts175 Baptised: May 21, 1721, Roxbury, Massachusettes181; d. Aft. 1742176; m. her cousin JOHN BLANEY177, April 22, 1742, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - by Rev. William Walstead178,179,180.
52. ii. JOSEPH PHIPPS, b. March 31, 1723, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. June 27, 1795.
 iii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. September 01, 1724, baptised September 29, Massachusetts; d. Bef. 1745, Massachusetts.
53. iv. ELIJAH PHIPPS, b. June 01, 1727, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. January 02, 1805, Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire.
54. v. SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. August 18, 1731, Massachusetts, baptised August 22, 1731; d. 1761-1767.
 
 

23.  SOLOMON5 PHIPPS (JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 31, 1700 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Bef. January 10, 1741/42182.  He married ELIZABETH HILL Bef. 1725 in Massachusetts182, daughter or ABRAHAM HILL and SARAH LONG. She was born February 27, 1706/07, and died Aft. 1770.   Estate - Solomon Jr., joiner, taxed 1727 - 1734.  Buys of N. Cary, house, March 10, 1726 -7, rec. 1728.  S.P. and wife Elizabeth to N.C., same, March 13, 1726 -7, rec. 1734.  Widow Elizabeth deeds with Hill heirs, 1744.  Perhaps same who was in valuation 1771, No. 31, not to pay.  Occupation: joiner182. ELIZABETH HILL: February 27, 1725/26, own cov't, admitted church 1/10/1741 - 2, as widow. February 19, 1770, came to Boston from Charlestown.

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and ELIZABETH HILL are:
 i. SOLOMON6 PHIPPS, b. January 22, 1725/26, Massachusetts182. Baptised February 27, 1725/26, Massachusetts182; d. young182.
 ii. ABRAHAM PHIPPS, b. September 27, 1727, Massachusettes182. Baptised October 01, 1727, Charlestown, Massachusettes182; d. February 09, 1727/28, Massachusetts182.
 iii. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. April 03, 1730182. Baptised April 05, 1730, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts182; m. WILLARD MERRIAM, May 29, 1794, Littleton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - by Reverend Edmund Foster; b. September 06, 1723, Littleton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. December 12, 1811, Littleton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. 3rd wife182
 iv. SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. September 22, 1733182. Probably this Solomon: "Diary of John Preston of Danvers, 1744-1760." In an entry for July 12, 1752, he wrote that thunder struck George Small's house, and came down the chimney ".....& Killed Solomon Phipps as he Set On a Block by the Jam he fell down dead & never spoak Nor sturred he had Just Entered His one and twentieth year."
 v. MARTHA PHIPPS, b. June 24, 1735182; m. WILLARD MERRIAM September 29, 1785, Littleton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - by Reverend Edmund Foster; b. September 06, 1723, Littleton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. December 12, 1811, Littleton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. 2nd wife182
55. vi. CHARLES PHIPPS, in the army 3 years from 1777.
 
 

Generation No. 4

24.  ELIZABETH6 NELSON (MERCY5 ROY, ELIZABETH4 PHIPPS, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born November 05, 1710 in Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts.  She married (1) WILLIAM PERKINS.    She married (2) CORNELIUS PUTNAM November 12, 1741 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts?, son of BENJAMIN PUTNAM and ELIZABETH.  He was born September 03, 1702 in Salem Village, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and died 1761 in Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.

Children of ELIZABETH NELSON and CORNELIUS PUTNAM are:
56. i. BARTHOLOMEW7 PUTNAM, b. April 21, 1745, Sutton, MA; d. Bef. September 06, 1825.
57. ii. AMY PUTNAM.
 
 

25.  DANIEL6 CHAMPNEY (BETHIAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1700, and died April 20, 1747 in Massachusetts.  He married TABITHA HANCOCK September 04, 1723 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, daughter of NATHANIEL HANCOCK and PRUDENCE RUSSELL.  She was born Abt. 1699 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Baptised: July 21, 1700, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. TABITHA HANCOCK: Baptised: April 23, 1699, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts

Children of DANIEL CHAMPNEY and TABITHA HANCOCK are:
 i. DANIEL7 CHAMPNEY, Baptised: April 19, 1724, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 ii. DORCAS CHAMPNEY, Baptised: August 22, 1725, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 iii. MARY CHAMPNEY, Baptised: April 21, 1728, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 iv. DORCAS CHAMPNEY, Baptised: August 20, 1732, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 29, 1773, Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 v. NATHANIEL CHAMPNEY, Baptised: December 01, 1734, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 vi. TABITHA CHAMPNEY, Baptised: June 05, 1737, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 vii. EBENEZER CHAMPNEY, Baptised: April 29, 1739, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 viii. TABITHA CHAMPNEY, Baptised: July 19, 1741, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. December 19, 1816, Wells, York Co., Maine.
 

26.  SOLOMON6 CHAMPNEY (BETHIAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) Baptised: March 17, 1701/02, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died 1760.  He married ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM May 08, 1723 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  She was born Abt. 1705, and died February 21, 1736/37 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.

Children of SOLOMON CHAMPNEY and ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM are:
 i. ELIZABETH7 CHAMPNEY, b. November 04, 1723, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. SOLOMON CHAMPNEY, b. January 07, 1724/25, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. April 05, 1763, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. RICHARD CHAMPNEY, b. 1727, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 iv. EBENEZER CHAMPNEY, b. April 27, 1729, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 04, 1729, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 v. NATHAN CHAMPNEY, b. September 27, 1733, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  He  m. ELIZABETH OSBOURN, widow of ABRAHAM OSBOURN, on June 24, 1760, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. There was a dau. Elizabeth, probably of her first marriage.
 vi. JOHN CHAMPNEY, b. September 25, 1735, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 24, 1804, Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 

27.  NOAH6 CHAMPNEY (BETHIAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) Baptised: September 14, 1704, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died February 05, 1749/50 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  He married MARTHA HUBBARD October 26, 1725 in Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts, daughter of JOHN HUBBARD and JANE FOLLANSBY.  She was born October 08, 1698 in Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and died 1775 in Salisbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

Children of NOAH CHAMPNEY and MARTHA HUBBARD are:
 i. JOHN7 CHAMPNEY, b. October 12, 1729, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. NOAH CHAMPNEY, b. January 14, 1731/32, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  Baptised: December 23, 1733, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 iii. JONATHAN CHAMPNEY, b. 1743, Baptised: December 02, 1744, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. February 12, 1806, Southboro, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.
   

28.  DOWNING6 CHAMPNEY (BETHIAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) Baptised: March 10, 1705/06, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died September 24, 1775.  He married ABIGAIL.  She was born Abt. 1709.

Children of DOWNING CHAMPNEY and ABIGAIL are:
 i. DOWNING7 CHAMPNEY, Baptised: April 03, 1737, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. November 1775, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. BETHIA CHAMPNEY, Baptised: January 01, 1737/38, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 iii. JOSEPH CHAMPNEY, Baptised: July 17, 1748, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 

29.  RICHARD6 CHAMPNEY (BETHIAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) Baptised: November 23, 1707, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died 1769 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  He married CATHERINE LAWRENCE March 07, 1735/36 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  She was born Abt. 1711 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts?

Children of RICHARD CHAMPNEY and CATHERINE LAWRENCE are:
 i. JONATHAN7 CHAMPNEY.
 ii. WILLILAM CHAMPNEY, Baptised: April 08, 1739, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 iii. WILLIAM CHAMPNEY, Baptised: November 02, 1740, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 iv. RICHARD CHAMPNEY, Baptised: December 05, 1742, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 v. NOAH CHAMPNEY, Baptised: December 21, 1746, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 vi. SAMUEL CHAMPNEY, Baptised: October 02, 1748, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. March 03, 1784, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Burial: Granary Burial Ground, Boston, Suffolk Co. Massachusetts
 vii. SARAH CHAMPNEY, Baptised: July 21, 1751, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 viii. NATHAN CHAMPNEY, Baptised: March 26, 1753, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 ix. DANIEL CHAMPNEY, Baptised: September 26, 1756, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
 

30.  THOMAS6 CHAMPNEY (BETHIAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) Baptised: October 14, 1709, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  He married JANE HUBBARD September 18, 1730 in Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts.  She was born Abt. 1713 in Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts?

Children of THOMAS CHAMPNEY and JANE HUBBARD are:
 i. DANFORTH7 CHAMPNEY, b. October 27, 1730, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. THOMAS CHAMPNEY, b. November 07, 1735, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusett
 

31.  ELIZABETH6 PHIPPS (SAMUEL5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born September 17, 1701 in Lexington, Middlesex Co.,Massachusetts182.  She married JOHN ABBOTT October 18, 1721 in Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts183, son of JOHN ABBOTT and JEMIMA JOHNSON.  He was born October 30, 1701 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died 1782 in Camden, South Carolina, of Connecticut.  JOHN ABBOTT: Administration of the estate of a John Abbott was granted at Camden, S.C., to Winifred Abbott, 1782.  Estate.--Deeds with heirs of Solo. Phipps Jr. viz.: Mary Brown, widow, formerly Phipps; Dan'l Champney and w. Bethiah of Cambridge; Elizabeth Foster of Boston, widow; John Winchester of Brookline and w. Sarah; Caleb Gardner of B. and w. Abigail; Sarah Phipps of Lexington, single, Samuel Phipps of Cambridge, tanner; Thos. Phipps of Portsmouth; to Abigail Crosswell, widow, 4 acres ---bd. nw Cambridge road; E. John Tyler, formerly Solo. P. and A.C.; SE, Jas. Miller and way before Thos. Brazier; 1725.

Child of ELIZABETH PHIPPS and JOHN ABBOTT is:
58. i. ELIZABETH7 ABBOTT, b. November 13, 1722, Stow, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
ii. JOSEPH ABBOTT, b. Abt. 1723, King and Queens Co., Virginia; d. March 1788, Halifax, Virginia; m. FRANCES, Abt. 1742, King and Queens Co., Virginia.
 iii. JOHN ABBOTT, b. April 02, 1724, Stow, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 21, 1814, Niles, Cayuga Co., New York; m. SARAH BAKER, 1747.
 iv. SAMUEL ABBOTT, b. September 18, 1726, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. Bet. 1788 - 1789; m. PHEBE EDGERTON, October 04, 1749.
 v. SARAH ABBOTT, b. Abt. 1728, Of Stow, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
59.  vi. JEMIMA ABBOTT, b. March 23, 1728/29, Stow, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. Bet. 1815 - 1819, Bridgeport, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
 

32.  SARAH6 PHIPPS (SAMUEL5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 20, 1708/09 in Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, baptised April 10, 1709, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  She married GEORGE MUNROE November 25, 1731 in Lexington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, son of GEORGE MUNROE and SARAH.  He was born October 17, 1707.

Children of SARAH PHIPPS and GEORGE MUNROE are:
60. i. GEORGE7 MUNROE.
61. ii. TIMOTHY MUNROE, b. Abt. 1736; d. 1808, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts - age 72.
 

33.  SARAH6 PHIPPS (SOLOMON5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)  was born  in Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died Abt. 1756 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  She married JONATHAN HASTINGS185, son of WALTER HASTINGS and SARAH MEANE.  He was born July 15, 1672 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died October 09, 1732 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.

Children of SARAH PHIPPS and JONATHAN HASTINGS are:
 i. JONATHAN7 HASTINGS185.
 ii. JOHN HASTINGS185.
 iii. SARAH HASTINGS185.
 iv. ROBERT HASTINGS185.
 v. SAMUEL HASTINGS185.
 vi. HANNAH HASTINGS185.
 vii. ABIGAIL HASTINGS185.
 viii. SUSANNA HASTINGS185.
 ix. WALTER HASTINGS
 
 

34.  SAMUEL6 PHIPPS (SOLOMON5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born February 10, 1695/96 in Brookline, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts186, and died 1774-1775 of Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts186.  He married ELEANOR GARDINER April 03, 1728 in Roxbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts187. She died May 12, 1769.  The will of Samuel Phipps of Cambridge Co. Midd., mentions son Thom. Phipps, grandson Danforth Phipps, children of dau. Cooley dec'd, children of son Joshua Phipps dec'd, dau in law Martha Phipps. Made 24 Aug. 1774, proved 3 May 1775.  Burial: Market Street Cemetery, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and ELEANOR GARDINER are:
 i. SAMUEL7 PHIPPS, b. June 30, 1730, Brookline, Massachusetts188, baptised July 05, 1730, First Parish Church, Brookline, Massachusetts; d. February 25, 1774, Brookline, Massachusetts188.
62. ii. JOSHUA PHIPPS, b. August 17, 1732, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. May 29, 1769, of Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. MARY PHIPPS, b. December 04, 1734, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts188; d. before 1774; m. COOLEY?
63. iv. SARAH PHIPPS, b. March 09, 1735/36, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. September 1797, Litchfield, Connecticut.
64. v. DR. THOMAS PHIPPS, b. 1737, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. November 05, 1817, Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.
 

35.  ELEANOR6 PHIPPS (THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born August 11, 1701 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  She married JOSEPH SPRAGUE February 01, 1727/28 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, son of JONATHAN SPRAGUE.  He was born Abt. 1691 of Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died March 12, 1737/38 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - age 47. Will August 14, 1739, devised to sons in laws John and Jonathan; to dau. Eleanor, to sister Greeley, to Elizabeth Grover.  JOSEPH SPRAGUE: Cambridge; saddler
Estate 1/12 Phipps farm. Will March 10, 1747, pro. April 4, 1738, devised to wife and 3 children.  Burial: Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
   
Child of ELEANOR PHIPPS and JOSEPH SPRAGUE is:
    i.    ELEANORE7 SPRAGUE.


36.  MARY6 PHIPPS (THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)189 was born November 07, 1703 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts190, and died Aft. 1766191.  She married PETER GREELEY192, of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and died Abt. 1742.  GREELY, THOMAS, tanner, Portsm., bot and taxed 1698, likely there first as apprent. to Matthew Nelson to whom he assigned his pay as a soldier Dec. 1695--Jan. 1696. Bot in Kit. 1702 and had a gr. there 1703. Taxed Portsm. 1707 and sold his Kit. land 1708-1714. See Johnson(21). Lists 67, 330def, 336c, 337, 296, 339, 297. Wife Rebecca adm. to Berw. Ch. 1703. Will 27 Nov. 1723--9 Mar. 1723-4 names her and ch., giv. to Peter his est. in Jersey; Clement Hughes exec., Peter Mow, Frenchman, a witn. Ch: Peter, m. Mary Phipps (Thos. Esq.) He o. c. and had s. Thos. bp. No. Ch. 3 Mar. 1722-3. List 339. Adm. to her 24 Feb. 1741-2. 9 ch. surv. him, 7 dying s. p. bef. 1765. John. Thomas, bp. Oct. 1710, under age 1723, m. in Greenl. 19 Dec. 1731 Esther (Griffith 4) Wooden. 1 s. rec. Samuel, bp. 8 Apr. 1716. Sarah. Hannah.  PETER GREELEY: October 02, 1737, granted administration of father in law's estate193 (Genealogical Dictionary of New England)

Child of MARY PHIPPS and PETER GREELEY is:
 i. THOMAS7 GREELEY194, b. March 03, 1722/23194.
 

37.  DANFORTH6 PHIPPS (THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)195 was born 1710 b. Portsmouth, New Hampshire196, baptised February 04, 1710/11199, of Falmouth, Cumberland Co., Maine and died Aft. 1795197.  He married ELIZABETH SKILLINGS March 19, 1732/33 in First Congregational Church, Scarbourough or Kittery, Cumberland Co., Maine198, daughter of JOSIAH SKILLON and ELIZABETH LYDSTON. She was born December 24, 1713 in Kittery, York Co., Maine, and died February 15, 1786.  MARY, Newcastle, a wid., formerly Mary Lidden, prob. d. many yrs. bef. adm. on her est. was gr. to her sister Elizabeth and bro.-in-law Roger Deering of Scarboro 21 Oct. 1735. Her only heir was a dau. Mary who was an infant when her aunt took her and who was under guardianship of Danforth Phipps in 1735. She m. Thos. Larrabee, int. Falm. 1742. The prop. was in Kit. (Genealogical Dictionary of New England).  October 02, 1737, granted administration of father's estate202.  October 21, 1795, witnessed will of Nathaniel Iones of Falmouth, York Co., Maine201  Occupation: shipwright202.  Said to be nephew of Sir William?200 (no relationship found as yet despite this claim)

Children of DANFORTH PHIPPS and ELIZABETH SKILLINGS are:
 i. DANIEL7 PHIPPS.
65. ii. ELINOR PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1733, Maine; d. 1807.
66. iii. ROGER DEARING PHIPPS, b. 1735, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. September 11, 1770.
67. iv. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. about 1739.
68. v. LIEUTENANT DAVID PHIPPS, b. August 02, 1741, Falmouth, Cumberland Co., Maine or New Haven, Connecticut; d. March 26, 1825, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
69. vi. CAPTAIN SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. August 17, 1745, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut of Casco Bay, Maine; d. June 14, 1813.
70. vii. HANNAH PHIPPS, b. 1748, of New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; d. March 02, 1790.
71. viii. LUCY PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1749, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. Aft. 1773.
72. ix. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1749, of New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.
 

38.  SARAH6 PHIPPS (THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)204 was born 1716 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire205. Baptised April 01, 1716, Portsmouth, New Hampshire208, and died Aft. 1766206.  She married CAPTAIN JOSEPH CHADBOURNE206 September 14, 1738 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire or York Co., Maine207, son of HUMPHREY CHADBOURNE and SARAH BOLLES.  He was of Berwick, Maine, and died 1757.  LT. HUMPHREY(1), b. approximately 1653. Jury 1676, gr. j. 1687, selectm. 1692,93. Lists 28, 33, 94, 298. His wid. Sarah (Bowles 3) settled his est. as insolv., adm. gr. to her 16 May 1695. Her cattle mark was recorded Kit. 1702-1712. Ch: Humphrey, Esq., b. 2 Sep. 1678. Lists 38, 296, 298. Marrying Hannah Abbot (4) 6 Nov. 1712, he surv. her and d.s.p. 26 Jan. 1763, leav. his large est. to sis. Mary Dyer, nephews and nieces. William.  Jury 1714. List 296. Last noticed 1739, wid. Mary liv. 1766. 10 ch. Elizabeth, m. Amos Fernald (1). Mary, m. William Dyer (6). Joseph, Capt. List 298. He m. 14 Sep. 1738 Sarah Phipps; adm. 14 Nov. 1758, she liv. 1766. 9 ch.  (Genealogical Dictionary of New England)

Children of SARAH PHIPPS and JOSEPH CHADBOURNE are:
 i. HUMPHREY7 CHADBOURNE, b. March 13, 1740/41, Berwick, Maine, baptised March 22, 1740/41, First Church of Berwick, Berwick, Maine; d. March 14, 1817, age 74; m. MARY, June 07, 1787.  No children, property to nieces and nephews at their deaths.
73. ii. THOMAS CHADBOURNE, b. April 30, 1743, Berwick, York Co., Maine; d. June 01, 1822, So. Berwick, York Co., Maine age 79 (g.s.).
 iii. JOSEPH CHADBOURNE, b. March 03, 1739/40; died young.
 iv. JOHN CHADBOURNE, b. April 01, 1744.
 v. MARY CHADBOURNE, b. February 26, 1745/46; d. January 08, 1837, unmarried.
 vi. SARAH CHADBOURNE, Baptised: June 26, 1748; d. November 17, 1836, unmarried.
74. vii. HANNAH CHADBOURNE, b. Abt. 1750; d. Bef. 1826.
 viii. OLIVE CHADBOURNE, Baptised: June 07, 1752; d. November 18, 1831, unmarried.
 ix. LUCY CHADBOURNE, Baptised: January 09, 1755; m. SAMUEL BUTLER.
 

39.  NATHAN6 WINCHESTER (SARAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born April 16, 1724 in Brookline, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, will proved May 31, 1802 in Rosette, Nova Scotia.  He married BEULAH PARKS October 17, 1746 in Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, daughter of JOSIAH and SARAH PARKS.  She was born November 08, 1727 in Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  In early life he lived in Brookline, where he was chosen to a minor town office in 1748 and possibly again in 1754. In Apr. and May 1756 he sold his homestead in Brookline, near the Cambridge line, and on 4 May 1756 brought 87 1/2 acres of land, with buildings thereon, in Framingham, where he lived about three years, having a daughter baptized in the church there on 26 Sept. 1756. He sold this place 28 May 1759, and removed to Annapolis, N.S., taking up some of the rich farming lands left vacant by the expulsion of the Acadians. Calnek's History of Annapolis County states that he was a grantee of lands near Rosette, on the site of a former French settlement about three miles from the town, although the list of original grantees in 1759 does not contain his name. Calnek also states that Nathan Winchester was at Annapolis in 1768, with a family of five males and three females, and in 1770 with a family of ten persons, seven of whom were American born and three Acadian, and that he had 728 acres of land.  In 1792 Nathan, John, and William Winchester were taxed at Annapolis. His will, dated 2 Aug. 1796, was filed in 1802, and the jurat was sworn to at Halifax, N.S., 31 May 1802. In this will he leaves 10s each to his sons John, Nathan, Josiah, William, and Spencer, and his daughter Beulah, wife of John Langley, and gives to his wife Beulah the use, rents, issues, and profits of the remainder of his personal property and real estate during her life and at her death they are to go to his son Isaac. The estate was appraised at 256 pounds 4s 6d  (NEHGS register Vol. 78 - John Winchester of New England and Some of His Descendants)

Children of NATHAN WINCHESTER and BEULAH PARKS are:
75. i. WILLIAM7 WINCHESTER, of Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia.  
ii. SARAH WINCHESTER, b. June 15, 1747 in Brookline, MA. Probably died young.
76. iii. JOHN WINCHESTER, b. September 22, 1748 in Brookline, MA; d. January 24, 1840, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada?.

 iv. NATHAN WINCHESTER, baptised at Brookline, July 8, 1750; living August 2, 1796; m. ABIGAIL WINSLOW August 17, 1781. She was dau. of JOHN HOWARD WINSLOW and ABIGAIL FENNO, b. 1764, d. July 3, 1843.  "...lived on his father's place near Rosette, three miles from the town; but the father Nathan, in his will, bequeathed the life use of his real estate to his widow and after her death to his son Isaac. In his will, dated 24 Oct. 1839 and recorded 3 Feb. 1840, John is called "farmer" and of "Annapolis", and leaves the life use of his place to his widow, after her to his two unmarried children, John and Harriet, and then to his grandson, William Parks Winchester."  (NEHGS register Vol. 78 - John Winchester of New England and Some of His Descendants). Children born Annapolis:  John, Beulah, William, James, Maria, Abigail, Harriet.
v. BEULAH WINCHESTER, baptised at Framingham, MA, September 26, 1756; living August 2, 1796. She m. JOHN LANGLEY of Annapolis, N.S.  Four children.

 vi. MARY WINCHESTER, b. according to Calnek in 1756, m. BENJAMIN LE CAIN of Annapolis, b. 1764. No children.  
77. vii. JOSIAH WINCHESTER, b. 1760-1769 at Annapolis?

78. viii. ISAAC WINCHESTER, b. 1769, Annapolis, N.S.?  
79. ix. SPENCER WINCHESTER, b. 1770, Annapolis, N.S.?  

40.  JOANNA6 GARDNER (ABIEL5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born May 27, 1712 in Brookline, Middlesex Co. Massachusetts, and died of consumption November 22, 1772 or 1773? Cause of Death: consumption.  She married LIEUTENANT THOMAS ASPINWALL May 16, 1728, son of SAMUEL ASPINALL and SARAH STEVENS.  He was born May 21, 1698 in Brookline, Massachusetts, and died June 01, 1774 of Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut.  Had 11 children.  THOMAS ASPINWALL: Lived and died in home built by his grandfather Peter Aspinwall.  He was a farmer, "something of a carpenter," and a Lieutenant in the militia.  He held several town offices, among them that of Selectman, for ten years, between 1737 and 1758.  He served as a juryman in the Superior Court, and was put on committees "to view" the Town Treasurer's reports and to supply the pulpit.  He built a house, about 1750, near his own, for his son Samuel (Lineage of the Bowens of Woodstock, Connecticut, The History of Woodstock, Connecticut)  Military service: in father's company.

Children of JOANNA GARDNER and THOMAS ASPINWALL born in Brookline, MA are:
80. i. SAMUEL7 ASPINWALL.
 ii. ELIZABETH ASPINWALL.
 iii. THOMAS ASPINWALL.
 iv. CALEB ASPINWALL.
 v. SARAH ASPINWALL.
 vi. JOANNA ASPINWALL.
 vii. DR. WILLIAM ASPINWALL, was born in Brookline May 23, 1743. He was fitted for Harvard College by Rev. Amos Adams of Roxbury, and graduated in 1664. He taught school in Groton, Brookline, and Brighton the three following years, and then "went to Killingsworth in Connecticut and studied physic with the famous Dr. Benj. Gale, where he lived one year." He wished to go to Philadelphia to complete his medical studies, and, being reluctant to ask his father for permission to do so, he found an efficient advocate in his relative, John Aspinwall of Flushing, whom he happened to meet at New Haven, and who wrote thus to Thomas Aspinwall:  "I had the pleasure of seeing one of your sons, at New Haven, in August last, which gave me great satisfaction. He informed me of the welfare of your family, and acquainted me that he was studying physic with Dr. Gale of Killingworth; and signified his inclination to go to Philadelphia, to attend the lectures, which he thinks will be of great advantage to him, as he expects to get his living by the practice of physic and surgery. He begged that I would inform you, that he had a great desire to proceed to Philadelphia, and that you would enable him to do so, by being so good as to advance the sum of sixty or seventy pounds, New York currency. Be pleased to pardon me, if dictating to you, in this affair; but in my opinion it would be a pity he should be prevented. Was he a son of mine, it would give me pleasure to send him there." The application was effectual. He attended the lectures in Philadelphia during the winter of 1768-9. Dr. Aspinwall was with the Brookline company of militia, as a volunteer, April 19, 1775, when it encountered the British at Cambridge. Later he was "appointed1 surgeon in Gen. Heath's brigade; and, not long after, deputy director of the hospital on Jamaica Plain. His appointment, as surgeon of the hospital at Roxbury, by 'the Congress of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay,' bears date, 'Watertown, 28 June, 1775.' On the 19th of August, 1775, he was 'Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital.'" In August, 1778, "he was with the army, at Rhode Island, under General Sullivan."  "Few men, in any profession, have sacrificed so small a portion of their lives to pleasure, or to inaction. His was a life of incessant toil. The affairs of his native town absorbed no trifling portion of his time. He was,  for many years, the Representative for Brookline. He was thrice a Senator for the county of Norfolk; he was a member of the Council, and a Justice of the Peace."  Dr. Aspinwall petitioned the town of Brookline "for Leave to improve his Dwelling House as an Hospital for incculating with Small Pox;" and April 27, 1778, "It was3 voted in the Negative." However, May 12, 1788, the town "Voted that Doct'r Aspinwall may erect a Hospital on his own Farm, for the purpose of inoculating with the Small Pox, and that the Town approve of the Sd. Aspinwall to take charge of Sd. Hospital Observing the Directions of the Law Relating thereto." The town voted annually, until 1793, to give Dr. Aspinwall "Liberty to continue Inoculating with the Small Pox as Usual."  Dr. Aspinwall married, June 26, 1776, Susanna, daughter of Capt. Isaac and Mary (Sparhawk) Gardner of Brookline. She was born February 28, 1754, and died June 2, 1814. He died April 16, 1823.  Children: Juliana, William Augustus, William, Thomas, Augustus, Samuel, and Susanna.
 viii. KATHERINE ASPINWALL.
 ix. LUCY ASPINWALL.
 x. MARY ASPINWALL.
 xi. MARY ASPINWALL.
 xii. MEHITABLE ASPINWALL.
  

41.  SARAH6 GARDNER (ABIEL5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born June 27, 1717 in Brookline, Middlesex Co. Massachusetts.  She married WILLIAM DARRELL May 08, 1737 in Newport, Rhode Island. 
   
Child of SARAH GARDNER and WILLIAM DARRELL is:
81.    i.    THOMAS PHIPPS7 DARRELL, b. Abt. April 30, 1738, Newport, Rhode Island.


42.  CALEB6 GARDNER (ABIEL5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born January 18, 1728/29 in Brookline, Middlesex Co. Massachusetts.  He married ELEANORE. 
   
Child of CALEB GARDNER and ELEANORE is:
    i.    CALEB PHIPPS7 GARDNER, b
aptised: February 06, 1763, Newport, Rhode Island.


43.  JOHN6 ANDREWS (KATHERINE5 PHIPPS, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born August 28, 1719 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  He married MARGARET DAVIS 1742.  OCCUPATION  Mariner.  October 18, 1754 John Andrews (mariner) and wife Margaret, and John Sweetser (merchant) and wife Katherine, deed to Benjamin Andrews (housewright) land, S.W. Atkinson St., S.E. Edward Gray, E. sd Gray, N.W. Benjamin Andrews and land laid out for his mother's thirds in the estate of her late husband, the land Benjamin Andrews, deceased. (SD 89:162) N.E. side of Congress St., between Milk and High Sts. October 29, 1765 John Andrews (mariner) with w Margaret deeds to Benj. Andrews all right in estate of their father Benjamin Andrews. (SD 108:39) Congress St. between Milk and High Sts. (Thwing collection)
   
Children of JOHN ANDREWS and MARGARET DAVIS are:
    i.    HENRY7 ANDREWS, b. 1743; d. Infancy/childhood.
    ii.   SAMUEL ANDREWS, b. 1745.
    iii.  KATHERINE ANDREWS, b. 1750.
    iv.  MARGARET ANDREWS, b. 1748.
    v.   JOHN ANDREWS, b. 1754.
    vi.  HENRY ANDREWS, b. 1757.


44.  KATHARINE6 PHIPPS (SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was baptised June 24, 1733 in Cambridge or Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1760.  She married SAMUEL BAILEY December 20, 1753 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, son of JAMES BAILEY and SARAH GODDARD.  He was born March 27, 1730 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Bet. 1757 - 1758. Children. Listed as Samuel Bailey and Caty.  SAMUEL BAILEY: Bailey Samuel 1. Boston; m. Katherine Phipps [7]; pub. in Boston, Dec. 20, 1753. Estate. --- S.B. and w. to S. Conant, 9 rods, 25 yards--S.W. Main st. 62; SE, t. Jenner's house 55; NE, Jona. Sprague and Silence Harris; NW, S. B.; 1755; mort. back, dis. by widow 1759. [This of W. M. Edmunds, 1858; next to P. Rice at N corner square and Charles-River-Bridge avenue.]  Widow to R. Boylston, 2 1/2 acres near Molton pt. ---E, F. Dixen, late B. Pierce; W, R.B. and grantor; N, way; S, R. B. 1 1/2 acre--- E, R.B. &c; W M. Gill; N, Mary Boylston; S, way to Trainingfield; with widow M. Phipps et.al.; 1760. OCCUPATION Tailor. WILL    December 28, 1757.  PROBATE    January 20, 1758 Samuel Bailey (tailor): Ex. wife Katherine. Legatees: my father, James Bailey of Weymouth 1s., and my bretheren, James, Joshua, Thomas, Nathaniel, John and Benjamin, and my sisters, Sarah Pratt and Mary Bailey 1s. each. All the rest to my wife Katherine. (SPR 53:76)
   
Children of KATHARINE PHIPPS and SAMUEL BAILEY are:
    i.   LEROY7 BAILEY, b. May 04, 1756, North Farnham Parish, Richmond, Virginia.
    ii.  BETTY BAILEY, b. March 31, 1754, North Farnham Parish, Richmond, Virginia.
    iii. CHARLES BAILEY, b. February 28, 1758, North Farnham Parish, Richmond, Virginia.


45.  JANE6 PHIPPS (SOLOMON5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born May 10, 1721 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts?, baptised May 21, 1721, Kings Chapel, Boston, Massachusetts, and died November 30, 1760.  She married NATHANIEL SYMONDS, potter, October 08, 1745 in Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, son of THOMAS SYMONDS and ELIZABETH STONE.  He was born September 01, 1723, and died 1793 in winter.

Child of JANE PHIPPS and NATHANIEL SYMONDS is:
82. i. WILLIAM7 SYMONDS, b. January 08, 1749/50, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. June 26, 1830.
     ii. JANE SYMONDS, baptised: June 10, 1753, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts
83. iii. NATHANIEL SYMONDS, b. August 18, 1754 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. 1804 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts .
 

46.  KATHERINE6 PHIPPS (SOLOMON5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born January 20, 1722/23 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1751.  She married (1) JOSEPH SEYMOUR September 10, 1747 in Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  He died Abt. 1750.  She met (2) JOHN FLINN.   Seymour. Joseph. Mar. Katherine Phipps [8] Sept. 30, 1747, who during her widowhood had child by John Flinn, Aug. 13, 1756, that was put out to John Jaques wife at Wilmington, Nov. 23, 1756. Issue. -- i. Katherine, b. Feb 23 (bapt. 26) 1748-9. ii. Eliza, bapt. April 14, 1751. Estate. --- Taxed 1745, 1746, 1748; abated for 1750, "deceased." (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates)
   
Children of KATHERINE PHIPPS and JOSEPH SEYMOUR are:
    i.    KATHERINE7 SEYMOUR, b. February 23, 1748/49, baptised: February 26, 1748/49, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
   ii.    ELIZA SEYMOUR, b
aptised: April 14, 1751, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

Child of KATHERINE PHIPPS and JOHN FLINN is:
   iii.    FLINN7, b. August 13, 1756.


47.  LIEUTENANT SOLOMON6 PHIPPS (SOLOMON5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born December 13, 1724 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
211, and died March 1758 in Halifax, Nova Scotia212 (burial March 12, 1758 according to Halifax records).  He married ABIGAIL GOFFE September 03, 1747 in Suffolk Co., Massachusetts213, daughter of DANIEL GOFFE and ELIZABETH PEMBERTON.  She was born January 04, 1726/27 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. September 1758 shortly after husband.  "The "Southerland", a frigate commanded by Sir John Rous, (uncle of Lt. Phipps), was firing a salute in honor of the coronation of King George III when a neglected ball accidently struck and killed Phipps as he stood waiting for a row boat to come pick up he and young son Daniel to board." (Phipps Quarterly Vol. 2 ed. 1)  November 16, 1721, birthdate according to MMS prepared by grandson Daniel Goffe Phipps of New Haven. Occupation: master mariner215. ABIGAIL GOFFE:  A descendant of Thomas Goffe, a magistrate of the Mass. Bay Colony in 1629.  September 01, 1758, arrived at Boston from Halifax with Captain Homer with 2 children in small pox time.

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and ABIGAIL GOFFE are:
 i. ELIZABETH7 PHIPPS, baptised May 28, 1749, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. bef 1755..
84. ii. CAPTAIN DANIEL GOFFE PHIPPS, b. July 13, 1751, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. December 03, 1838, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.
iii. CATHERINE ROUS PHIPPS, baptised October 5, 1755, St. Paul's Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Baptismal record says "Catherine Tous". Buried November 27, 1757, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
iv. ABIGAIL PHIPPS, buried November 27, 1757, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.


48.  MARGARET6 PHIPPS (SOLOMON5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was baptised December 17, 1732 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1753.  She married JOHN BENJAMIN November 19, 1753 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts or Cambridge, MA, son of JOSHUA BENJAMIN and ABIGAIL PHIPPS.  He was born September 06, 1732, and died Aft. 1753.
   
Children of MARGARET PHIPPS and JOHN BENJAMIN are:
    i.    DAVID7 BENJAMIN, b. 1754; d. 1833; m. MARY, 1786, Exeter, Washington Co., Rhode Island.
    ii.   SAMUEL BENJAMIN, b. 1756, West Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island.
    iii.  BENJAMIN, b. 1758, West Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island.
    iv.  THOMAS BENJAMIN, b. 1760, West Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island.
    v.   SILAS BENJAMIN, b. 1762, West Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island.
    vi.  MARY BENJAMIN, b. September 17, 1763, West Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island; d. March 17, 1836.
    vii. MARGARET BENJAMIN, b. 1765, West Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island.
    viii. ANN BENJAMIN, b. 1767, Greenwich, Kent Co., Rhode Island.


50.  JOHN6 BENJAMIN (ABIGAIL5 PHIPPS, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born September 06, 1732.  He married MARGARET PHIPPS November 19, 1753 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts or Cambridge, MA, daughter of SOLOMON PHIPPS and KATHERINE ROUS.  She was baptised December 17, 1732 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Children are listed above under (48) Margaret Phipps.


51.  JOSEPH6 WHITTEMORE (MARY5 PHIPPS, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 09, 1715/16, and died Bef. 1757.  He married MILDRED DAVIS June 07, 1736 in Kings Chapel, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  Mariner. Estate taxed 1741-1744, 1st adm. to widow, 1/6/1746, 2nd adm. to R. Sutton, Dec. 3, 1757, bondsman. Joseph Phillips, James Kettell. "Widow Whittemore rec'd Thanksgiving money, No. 29, 2 pounds:10, Nov. 19, 1757. 
   
Children of JOSEPH WHITTEMORE and MILDRED DAVIS are:
    i.    MILDRED7 WHITTEMORE, baptised
April 16, 1738; m. NATHANIEL FROTHINGHAM.
    ii.   MARY WHITTEMORE, baptised: April 05, 1741
    iii.  JOSEPH WHITTEMORE, b
aptised: February 27, 1742/43. Guardianship in 15th year to _ Frothingham (on bond) 1758

52.  JOSEPH6 PHIPPS (SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 31, 1723 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts215. Baptised April 07, 1723, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts215, and died June 27, 1795215.  He married ELIZABETH WEBB April 11, 1745 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts215, daughter of SAMUEL WEBB and ABIGAIL AUSTIN.  She was born November 09, 1722 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died April 14, 1797, paralytic at death.  John Carter, of Joseph Phipps, east part of house, N side of lane from Market place to Joiner st, 49, 1750. 1775, lost property when British burned Charlestown, Mass. - Rev. War215. Occupation: baker215.  ELIZABETH WEBB:  February 02, 1755, own. cov't. Buried Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.

Children of JOSEPH PHIPPS and ELIZABETH WEBB are:
 i. ELIZABETH7 PHIPPS, baptised April 13, 1746, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts215; d. Aft. 1782216; m. WILLIAM SARGENT, October 03, 1782, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts216.
 ii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, baptised April 24, 1748, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. June 14, 1748, age 1 yr. 25 days, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
iii. ABIGAIL PHIPPS, baptised April 30, 1749, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts217; d. Aft. 1772; m. JOHN BUTTERFIELD, January 30, 1772, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts217.  Estate.--John's admir. to Wm. and Aaron Dixon, 3 acres --sw, Camb. line; nw, W.B.; NE, J. Russell, W.D.; SE, S. Whittemore; 1799, rec. 1793. (Charlestown Genealogies and Estates)
iv. JOSEPH PHIPPS, b. January 11, 1750/51, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts218, baptised January 20, 1750/51, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts219; d. young.
85. v. JOSEPH PHIPPS, b. June 04, 1752, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. March 10, 1818.
 vi. MARY PHIPPS, baptised February 25, 1753, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts219.
 vii. FRANCES PHIPPS, baptised March 09, 1755, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts220; d. Aft. 1778221; m. TIMOTHY TRUMBULL, June 20, 1778, Andover, Essex Co., Massachusetts222.
viii. SARAH PHIPPS, b. July 08, 1757, baptised August 07, 1757, Massachusettes226; d. Aft. 1780225; m. JOEL HAGAR, December 13, 1780, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts225. He was b. about 1752; d. September 04, 1825, age 73, burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
 ix. BETHIAH PHIPPS, baptised February 17, 1760 Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Masschusetts226; d. May 07, 1832, Age 70; m. JOHN BRINKLEY, May 15, 1800; b. December 07, 1760, London, Middlesex, England; d. March 06, 1827. From Sheepscott 1788.
 x. HANNAH PHIPPS, baptised April 03, 1763, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts228; d. Aft. 1784227; m. ADAM SMITH, September 01, 1784, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts227.
86. xi. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. March 13, 1766, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. May 1813, Massachusetts.
 
 
53.  ELIJAH6 PHIPPS (SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)229 was born June 01, 1727 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts230, and died January 02, 1805 in Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire231.  He married SARAH FLETCHER232 March 26, 1750 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts233.  She died October 05, 1752, funeral at midnight, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.  Cause of Death: smallpox236. Burial: Chatham Center Cemetery, Chatham, NH.

Children of ELIJAH PHIPPS and SARAH FLETCHER are:
87. i. SAMUEL7 PHIPPS, b. 1756?, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. February 18, 1830, Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire.
 ii. MARY PHIPPS, of Dudley Center, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; m. JOSHUA MAXFIELD, October 12, 1741, Plainfield, Windham Co., Connecticut; b. July 01, 1719.
 
 
54.  SOLOMON6 PHIPPS (SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born August 18, 1731 in Massachusetts237, baptised August 22, 1731, and died 1761-1767238.  He married ABIGAIL FOSDICK April 11, 1754 in Suffolk Co., Massachusetts239. She was born April 18, 1736 in Medford, Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1767.  His father was dead when he was born240. Estate taxed 1756 - 1763240. Abigail Fosdick b. April 18, 1736 in Charlestown, Massachusetts, daughter of JAMES FOSDICK and ELIZABETH DARLING. She m. 2nd JAMES BRAZIER in 1767.

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and ABIGAIL FOSDICK are:
 i. ELIZABETH C.7 PHIPPS, Baptised: March 08, 1751/52, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
 ii. SOLOMON PHIPPSBaptised: February 23, 1755, Charlestown, Massachusetts240; d. Bef. 1756, Massachusetts240.
88. iii. CAPTAIN SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. October 12, 1756, Massachusetts, baptised October 17, 1756; d. February 17, 1822.
89. iv. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. November 11, 1758, baptised Nov. 12, 1758, Massachusetts; d. August 20, 1840, of Lisle, Broome Co., New York. December 20, 1774,  guardianship to step-father James Brazier.
 v. WILLIAM PHIPPSBaptised: February 14, 1762, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

55. CHARLES6 PHIPPS  (SOLOMON5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) of Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.  He married HANNAH PIERCE Bef. 1751 in Massachusetts?  In the army 3 years from 1777
   
Child of CHARLES PHIPPS and HANNAH PIERCE is:
90. i. CHARLES9 PHIPPS, b. September 09, 1751, Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. 1781.


Generation No. 5 

56.  BARTHOLOMEW7 PUTNAM (ELIZABETH6 NELSON, MERCY5 ROY, ELIZABETH4 PHIPPS, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born April 21, 1745 in Sutton, MA, and died Bef. September 06, 1825.  He married MARY PUTNAM, daughter of EDWARD PUTNAM and RUTH FULLER.  She was born April 22, 1750, and died 1796 in Sutton, MA.

Child of BARTHOLOMEW PUTNAM and MARY PUTNAM is:
91. i. PRUDENCE8 PUTNAM, b. November 13, 1784; d. August 21, 1808, Sutton, MA.
 

57.  AMY7 PUTNAM (ELIZABETH6 NELSON, MERCY5 ROY, ELIZABETH4 PHIPPS, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)  She married SAMUEL MAY, son of SAMUEL MAY.

Child of AMY PUTNAM and SAMUEL MAY is:
92. i. WALDO8 MAY, b. November 08, 1788, Charleton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; d. August 1873, Lansing, Michigan.
 

58.  ELIZABETH7 ABBOTT (ELIZABETH8 PHIPPS, SAMUEL7, SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, JOHN4, WILLIAM3)  She married HARTWELL.

Child of ABBOTT and HARTWELL is:
93. i. PETER8 HARTWELL, of Hebron, Connecticut and Carmel, New York.
 

59.  JEMIMA7 ABBOTT (ELIZABETH6 PHIPPS, SAMUEL5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 23, 1728/29 in Stow, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died Bet. 1815 - 1819 in Bridgeport, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.  She married JOHN WALDO March 14, 1749/50 in Windham, Connecticut, son of EDWARD WALDO and THANKFUL DIMMOCK.  He was born October 18, 1728 in Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut, and died August 23, 1814 in Bridgeport, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.

Children of JEMIMA ABBOTT and JOHN WALDO are:
 i. PHIPPS8 WALDO, b. January 21, 1752, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. January 18, 1776.
94. ii. OLIVE WALDO, b. November 23, 1753, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. 1852.
 iii. GAMALIEL WALDO, b. August 28, 1755, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. April 29, 1829. He married MARY CAMPBELL.
 iv. ANN WALDO, b. November 24, 1757, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. 1857. She married BENJAMIN WAIT/HAIT.
 v. ZERVIAH WALDO, b. November 24, 1757, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. January 17, 1857, Clarksburg, Harrison Co., West Virginia. She married JOB GOFF.
95. vi. JOHN J. WALDO, b. January 15, 1762, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. December 10, 1840, Shinstan, Harrison Co., West Virginia.
vii. DANIEL WALDO, b. May 24, 1764, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. 1850. He married SUSANNAH SCRIBNER.
96. viii. JEMIMA WALDO, b. May 26, 1766, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. September 19, 1840.
 ix. JEDEDIAH WALDO, b. October 17, 1772, Windham, Tolland Co., Connecticut; d. January 20, 1858, Shinstan, Harrison Co., West Virginia.  He married POLLY PORTER, MARY HAINES and SARAH SHINN.
 

60.  GEORGE7 MUNROE (SARAH6 PHIPPS, SAMUEL5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)  He married ANNA BEMUS.  The George who was killed at Monmouth, 1778, by the same ball that killed his kinsman, Capt. Edmund Munroe?  (The Munroe Genealogy)

Children of GEORGE MUNROE and ANNA BEMUS are:
 i. THADDEUS8 MUNROE, b. April 26, 1762; m. REBECCA LOCKE.
 ii. MUNROE, of Medford, Masssachusetts; m. BLODGETT.
 

61.  TIMOTHY7 MUNROE (SARAH6 PHIPPS, SAMUEL5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1736, and died 1808 in Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts - age 72.  He married EATON of Reading, Massachusetts. Timothy, the father, was present at the running fight with the British on their retreat from Concord, and with several others was surrounded by a party of the British in West Cambridge.  His comrades were killed, but he escaped with a ball in his thigh, (which he carried through life,) and thirty-two bullet holes through his clothes and hat.  (The Munroe Genealogy)

Children of TIMOTHY MUNROE and EATON are:
 i. EDMUND8 MUNROE, d. Lynnfield, Massachusetts, unmarried.
97. ii. TIMOTHY MUNROE, b. 1768.
 iii. LYDIA MUNROE, d. unmarried.
 iv. MARY MUNROE, m. CALEB GREENE.
 v. PHIPPS MUNROE, of Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. November 26, 1861; m. MARY BARTOL.
On Tuesday afternoon, 26 November, Phipps Munroe, a master carpenter, and much respected citizen, aged fifty-one, was instantly killed by a  revolving shaft, at the morocco factory of Souther and Blaney, on Market steet. The shaft was making a hundred and eighty revolutions a minute, and it was supposed his clothing was caught, and he dashed against the beams, which were but about fourteen inches above the shaft. 1861  (History of Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts)
 vi. REBECCA MUNROE, d. unmarried.
 vii. GEORGE MUNROE, m. MARTHA RICHARDSON.
 
 

62.  JOSHUA7 PHIPPS (SAMUEL6, SOLOMON5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)241 was born August 17, 1732 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts242 Baptised August 20, 1732, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died May 29, 1769 of Cambridge/Newton, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts243,244.  He married MARTHA RUGGLES June 26, 1760 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts245.  She was born Abt. 1735 in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and died in Pomfret, Windham Co., Connecticut?  "Phipps, Joshua, of Cambridge, settlement of estate, Martha Phipps, admx. issue May 29, 1769 Gaz."  (Index to Obituaries in Boston Newspapers)  He is listed as 'John' on death records of daughters.  Burial: Market Street Cemetery, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.

Children of JOSHUA PHIPPS and MARTHA RUGGLES are:
 i. LUCY8 PHIPPS, b. September 26, 1761, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts247; d. February 04, 1790248, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut - age 28; m. CAPTAIN JOSHUA FARRINGTON, June 24, 1784, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts249. Burial; Brooklyn South Cemetery, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut
ii. FARRINGTON PHIPPS, b. about 1762; d. February 04, 1790, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut - age 28. Burial Brooklyn South Cemetery, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut.
 ii. MARTHA PHIPPS, b. August 06, 1764, Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts250; d. September 18, 1788, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut - age 24, Burial; Brooklyn South Cemetery, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut
 

63.  SARAH7 PHIPPS (SAMUEL6, SOLOMON5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 09, 1735/36 in Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts251, and died September 1797 in Litchfield, Connecticut252.  She married JASANIAH CROSBY December 26, 1774 in Roxbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts253, son of WILLIAM CROSBY and HANNAH ROSS.  October 06, 1776, admitted to Congregational Church Lexington, Massachusetts254. He was born Bef. 1751 in Billerica?, Massachusetts (of Roxbury, Massachusetts at marriage), and died Aft. February 1800 in Litchfield, Connecticut.  Cause of Death: smallpox.   JASANIAH CROSBY:  1776, signed anti - British statement at Lexington, Massachusetts255. March 4, 1776 Captain Stephen Dana's Company, Colonel Samuel Thatcher's regiment, marched to Roxbury.  March 8, 1776 Captain John Bridge's company, Colonel Eliezer Brook's regiment; service March 4 to March 8. Roxbury.  February 06, 1777, sold land255  June 02, 1778, sold 50 acres Townshend, Mass. for 115 pounds to Eleazor Butterfield, laborer255. Bef. 1786, to Litchfield, Connecticut, lived 1/2 mile east of courthouse255

Child of SARAH PHIPPS and JASANIAH CROSBY is:
 i. JOHN GREATON/GRATON8 CROSBY, baptised October 13, 1776, Lexington, Massachusetts256; d. March 28, 1850, Fly Creek, Otsego Co., N.Y.257; m. IRENE BALDWIN, Bef. February 19, 1800257; b. March 24, 1779, Litchfield, Connecticut; d. January 26, 1864, Herkimer, Herkimer Co. New York. Burial: Fly Creek Cemetary, Otsego Co., N.Y.  February 19, 1800, bought father's property 1/2 mile east of courthouse, Litchfield, Conn. for $100
   

64.  DR. THOMAS7 PHIPPS (SAMUEL6, SOLOMON5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was christened March 19, 1737/38, Cambridge, Massachusetts 259, and died November 05, 1817 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.  He married MARY BRACKETT Bef. 1783 in Massachusetts. She was born 1751, and died March 07, 1821 in Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.  THOMAS PHIPPS (sometimes written Phips on the receipts of the Town Treasurer) appears to have been located as a physician in Hingham from 1765 to 1769 inclusive. But little is known concerning his history or professional career except that he had patients in the second precinct as well as in other parts of the town. He was a fine penman, and undoubtedly well educated. Tradition, which may or may not be correct, says he was a teacher as well as physician here.  (History of Hingham).  A prominent citizen who in 1756 graduated Harvard and in 1810 was a physician in Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts260. Mary appears in 1820 at Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts262

Children of THOMAS PHIPPS and MARY BRACKETT are:
i. DANFORTH8 PHIPPS, b. July 07, 1783, Of Quincy, Massachusetts.
 ii. SAMUEL D. PHIPPS, b. 1783; d. abt October 23, 1799, Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. "Phip(?)s, Samuel D, s. Dr. Thomas, of Quincy." In the October 23, 1799 issue of the Columbia Centinel.
98. iii. THOMAS PHIPPS, b. January 03, 1786, Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts; d. August 29, 1832, Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.
 iv. MARY PHIPPS, b. April 27, 1788, of Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts263;d. Aft. 1808264; m. JAMES BAXTER, December 28, 1808, Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts264.  Burial: Hancock Cemetery, Quincy, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
 v. WILLIAM PHIPPS, 1852, $100,000.00 in property.  Highly respected. Occupation: wholesale dry goods dealer in Boston with brother Samuel and nephew Thomas Phipps.
 vi. LUCY PHIPPS, b. April 24, 1791, Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts265.
 

65.  ELINOR7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1733 in Maine266, and died 1807267.  She married (1) BENJAMIN BLACKSTONE Bef. 1750 in Maine268. He was born 1725 in Maine. She married (2) BERRY Bef. 1764 in Maine?268.

Child of ELINOR PHIPPS and BENJAMIN BLACKSTONE is:
99. i. SAMUEL8 BLACKSTONE, b. Abt. 1750, Maine.

Child of ELINOR PHIPPS and BERRY is:
100. ii. ELIZABETH8 BERRY, b. 1764; d. 1846.
 

66.  ROGER DEARING7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)269 was born 1735 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut270,271,272, and died September 11, 1770273,274.  He married PHEBE BROWN274 October 12, 1758 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut275, daughter of JOHN BROWN and PHEBE MUNSON.  She was born September 28, 1735, and died Aft. 1817.  Admin. of estate to Phebe his widow, and brother David276.   (Mary Tuttle, b. Feb. 12, 1711-12; in a deed dated March 3, 1734-5, called "only dau. of Joshua Tuttle;" m. Nov. 1, 1733, Ebenezer Alling (who received from his f. Samuel Alling, the day before his m. a deed of half the house on Davis' Hill), b. Nov. 20, 1712; d. 1744; adm. given to Mary Alling, Nov. 18, 1744; (2) April 19, 1748, Asa, s. of Gershom Todd, b. March 14, 1723-4; killed by the British in N. Hav. July 5, 1779, leaving wid. Phebe (Brown), who bef. m. to Asa Todd was wid. of Roger Dering Phipps. In a paper without date Mary gives her religous experience, and speaks of having lost her children. As only child of Joshua she inherited the old homestead on the college square, and was living as the wf. of Asa Todd in 1760, as appears by conv. of her step mo. of her rt. of dower to Asa and Mary Todd. She was d. and Asa Todd had m. again bef. 1779, for in that yr. her property was div. half to daus. of Solomon Phipps, and half to Huldah, wf. of Barnabas Baldwin, Jr.: Solomon Phipps, admr. In 1780 the old homestead, which had been in this line for 123 yrs., was sold to John Scott, and 16 yrs. later passed to the college.)

Children of ROGER PHIPPS and PHEBE BROWN are:
101. i. MERIAM8 PHIPPS, b. November 08, 1759, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; d. September 14, 1794, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
 ii. HEZEKIAH PHIPPS277, b. 1761, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. October 10, 1785.  1783, graduated Yale
102. iii. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. February 18, 1763, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. Aft. 1781.
 iv. PHEBE PHIPPS277, b. February 18, 1763, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut278; d. April 13, 1766, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.
 v. ROGER DEARING PHIPPS, b. February 18, 1763, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.


67.  ELIZABETH7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)330 was born Abt. 1739.  She married CAPTAIN STEPHEN BROWN332 December 03, 1766 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut333, son of JOHN BROWN and PHEBE MUNSON.  He was born October 14, 1739, and died April 18, 1791; Cause of Death: drowned.

Children of ELIZABETH PHIPPS and STEPHEN BROWN are:
 i. STEPHEN8 BROWN335, b. September 05, 1767.
103. ii. PHEBE BROWN335, b. July 23, 1769336; d. March 03, 1809.
iii. ELIZABETH BROWN, m. October 23, 1789, ISAAC GORHAM, son of JOHN GORHAM and LYDIA DORMAN, b. August 3, 1746, bap. October 4, 1747; d. February 27, 1813.
iv. HANNAH BROWN, m. March 01, 1801, DANIEL HUBBARD, son of DANIEL HUBBARD and SARAH ALLING, b. abt 1780, baptised November 28, 1784.
 

68.  CAPTAIN DAVID7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born August 02, 1741 in Falmouth, Cumberland Co., Maine or New Haven, Connecticut279, and died March 26, 1825 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut280.  He married MARY ENGLISH June 13, 1771 in 1st church New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut281, daughter of BENJAMIN ENGLISH and SARAH DAYTON. She was born September 29, 1744, and died October 27, 1794 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut. Cause of Death: yellow fever286

Children of DAVID PHIPPS and MARY ENGLISH are:
 i. MARY8 PHIPPS, b. August 21, 1772, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut287 Christened: September 30, 1772, New Haven, Connecticut; d. 1821287; m. SAMUEL BIRD son of SAMUEL BIRD and SARAH PROUT, October 20, 1805, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut288; b. 1760; d. 1822, of Birdville, Georgia; christened: April 20, 1760.  1776, Yale290
State of the yellow fever in New-Haven, from June 15, 1794, to the 9th of September. Deaths. Elijah Austin, age 45, (New-York.) Henry Hubbard, 20, (Derby.) Isaac Gorham's wife, 29. Isaac Gorham's son, 16. Isaac Gorham's son, 6. Elias Gorham's daughter, 8. Solomon Mudge, 29. Elisha Benham, 45. Mr. M'Neil, 30. Mrs. Barber, 29. Mrs. Thompson, 50. Mrs. Griswold, 50. Mrs. Obrien, 19. Mrs. Lacy, 24. The widow Wise, 69. Joseph Smith and wife, each 45. Elias Gill, 20. Mr. Hyde, 17. John Storer, 21. Polly Brown, 17. Mr. McDougal, 35. Mr. Prindle's child, 8. Mrs. Claridge, 50. Mrs. Dorman, 26. The widow of Joseph Trowbridge, 54. Newman Trowbridge's son, 8. Ezra Lines' wife, 34. Mr. Dorman's child, 8.; Total 29.   Recovered and Convalescents. Polly Phipps, age 18. Dolly Gorham, 18. Miss Punchard, 17. Mr. Luther Fitch, 40. Mrs. Pease, 45. Mrs. M'Kenzie, 56. Abigail Andrews 18. Negro Man. Cushing Smith, 25. Mr. Hulse, 40. John Smith's daughter, 21. Robert Marsh, 40. Capt. Collis's daughter, 17. Mr. Miller, 20. Mr. Dorman, 30. Polly Dumuner, 23. Elizabeth Miles, 29. Dr. Enos
Munson, 38. George Cook's wife.
 ii. SARAH PHIPPS, b. November 26, 1774, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut291, Christened: December 04, 1774, New Haven, Connecticut294; d. Abt. 1819292, Cause of Death: smallpox; m. REVEREND JOSEPH MIX, March 11, 1797, 1st Church New Haven, New Haven, Massachusetts293, of Suffield, Connecticut; d. Aft. 1797.
104. iii. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. April 08, 1776, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. April 12, 1850, Fishkill Landing, New York.
 iv. DAVID PHIPPS, b. January 16, 1778, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut296, Christened: March 08, 1778, New Haven, Connecticut298; d. August 1822, unmarried297. Burial: Trinity Churchyard, New Haven297. Cause of Death: smallpox or drowned in New York Harbor297
 v. ROGER DEARING PHIPPS, b. July 28, 1782, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut298; d. September 25, 1794, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut298,299,300.  "Phipps, Dering, at New Haven, Conn, yellow fever, bet. Sept 24 and 30 1794.  Chron."  (Index to Obituaries in Boston Newspapers).  Windham Herald Sat Oct 11, 1794: New-Haven, October 1. New-Haven, Sept. 30th, 1794. The Committee, to make weekly reports of Death and the state of the Sickness in this city, certify that the following persons have died since their last report, viz. 24th. Mr. George Cook, aged 44 years, Putrid Fever. Amos Morrison, 19 years, ditto A son of Mr. Heaton Huggins, 2 years, ditto  25th. Mr. Jeremiah Townsend, jun. 60 years, Consumption.  26th. Stephen Herrick, jun. 19 years, Putrid Fever Dearing Phipps, 12 years, ditto
 vi. PHIPPS, b. March 15, 1785, New Haven, Connecticut303; d. March 15, 1785, New Haven, Connecticut - 1 hour old303.
 
 

69.  CAPTAIN SOLOMON7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born August 17, 1745 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut of Casco Bay, Maine304, and died June 14, 1813305.  He married (1) ELIZABETH TODD March 26, 1772 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut306, daughter of ASA TODD and MARY TUTTLE.  She was born April 13, 1749, and died May 07, 1785 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.  He married (2) HANNAH DWIGHT ALLING February 03, 1788 in 2nd Church New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut307, daughter of CALEB ALLING and HANNAH ALLING (2nd wife cousin to 1st308).  She was born October 23, 1752, and died September 07, 1789.  In 1775 the General Court of Connecticut ordered three companies of militia under the command of Colonel Webb of Greenwich to make preparations for fortifications on a prominent basalt ledge jutting into New Haven Harbor on the east side and in range of the shipping channels. A committee of local citizens was appointed to oversee building of the fort. In the spring of 1776, by order of the Connecticut Colony, Black Rock Fort was constructed to protect the approach to the Port of New Haven. By January 1777 the troops and cannon were ready. An order was issued prohibiting
passage of any vessel by the fort without written permission. In 1777, three British ships attempted to enter the harbor. The garrison at Black Rock cannonaded them and denied them passage. Thirteen Tories were captured and held at the Fort.
Captain Solomon Phipps (a successful privateer) attempted to enter the harbor after dark in June 1777. His vessel was hailed by the garrison commander at the fort and ordered to drop anchor. Indignant at the demand, Phipps ignored the order. One cannon fired a shot, it struck Phipps as he stood on deck and hit him. It carried away part of his jaw. (Could he have survived this to die in 1813 as it appears from the notice below or is this a different Captain Solomon Phipps - I find no other likely candidates for another Captain Solomon Phipps at this time.)
Windham Herald June 17, 1813; Phipps, Solomon Capt., died at New Haven, age 70

The Captain Solomon Phipps’s house was on old Meadow and Whiting Streets in New Haven, where in the days before the American Revolution Captain Phipps taught young men navigation. The house was razed in the 1900s. Meadow and Whiting Streets disappeared during the 1960s.

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and ELIZABETH TODD are:
 i. ASA TODD8 PHIPPS, b. June 16, 1773, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut311; d. September 02, 1774311.
105. ii. ELIZABETH MARY PHIPPS, b. November 27, 1776, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. April 15, 1849, Cherry Hill, Hampden, Connecticut.
106. iii. JOANNA PHIPPS, b. July 08, 1779, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. December 19, 1826.
 iv. ASA TODD PHIPPS, b. November 16, 1781, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut311, baptised February 10, 1782, New Haven, Connecticut; d. May 13, 1782, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut311.
 v. LUCRETIA PHIPPS, b. April 11, 1784, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut311, baptised April 11, 1784, New Haven, Connecticut314; d. November 06, 1865, N.Y.C., N.Y.312; m. GAINES FENN, September 11, 1807, Litchfield Co., Connecticut313; b. June 29, 1784, Plymouth, Connecticut; d. April 07, 1854, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.

Child of SOLOMON PHIPPS and HANNAH ALLING is:
107. vi. HANNAH ALLING8 PHIPPS, b. March 10, 1789, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. Aft. 1810.
 

70.  HANNAH7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1748 of New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, and died March 02, 1790.  She married BENJAMIN BROWN 1776 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut, son of NATHANIEL BROWN and OLIVE BROWN.  He was born October 10, 1743, and died June 18, 1820.

Child of HANNAH PHIPPS and BENJAMIN BROWN is:
    i.    BENJAMIN PHIPPS8 BROWN, b. before 1790, b
aptised: March 16, 1794; d. Infancy/childhood.


71.  LUCY7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1749 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut
315, and died Aft. 1773316.  She married SAMUEL GRISWOLD March 21, 1773 in 1st Church New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut317. He was born Abt. June 25, 1744 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, and was buried January 22, 1804.  

Child of LUCY PHIPPS and SAMUEL GRISWOLD is:
i. LEVERETT8 GRISWOLD, Baptised: December 15, 1776; d. April 08, 1799. He was first mate on the Neptune and was buried at sea, Apr. 8, 1799. nearly twenty-four. He had served with captain Green since he was ten years of age. Said to have been an exemplary young man, respected and esteemed (New Haven Hist. Soc. Papers).
 ii. SAMUEL GRISWOLD, Baptised: December 15, 1776; d. 1802; m. ELIZABETH August 22, 1796. Their child Leverett Benjamin was b. 1797.
 iii. HANNAH GRISWOLD, Baptised: April 19, 1780; m. August 22, 1801 EBENZEZER BURRELL.
108. iv. MARY/POLLY GRISWOLD, Baptised: September 08, 1782; d. April 15, 1856.
 v. GRISWOLD.
 vi. NANCY GRISWOLD, b. August 16, 1785, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. August 3, 1867; m. JAMES ENGLISH March 29, 1807, son of BENJAMIN ENGLISH and ABIGAIL DOOLITTLE, b. July 26, 1784, New Haven; d. December 02, 1850, New Haven.
 
 
72.  SAMUEL7 PHIPPS (DANFORTH6, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1749 of New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.

Child of SAMUEL PHIPPS is:
109. i. SAMUEL8 PHIPPS, of Cambridge, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. February 26, 1774, Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 

73.  THOMAS7 CHADBOURNE (SARAH6 PHIPPS, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born April 30, 1743 in Berwick, Maine319, baptised May 01, 1743, First Church of Berwick, Berwick, Maine319, and died June 01, 1822 in So. Berwick, Maine age 79 (g.s.)319.  He married MEHITABLE GOODWIN Bef. 1768 in Maine319, daughter of JAMES GOODWIN and MARGARET WALLINGFORD.  She was born April 29, 1744, baptised April 30, 1744, Maine, and died September 12, 1832 in So. Berwick, Maine (g.s.).  June 06, 1817, made will, probate 12/23/1822 - York Co. Probate319. Occupation: blacksmith319. Burial: Old Fields Cemetery, South Berwick, York Co., Maine.

Children of THOMAS CHADBOURNE and MEHITABLE GOODWIN are:
 i. JOHN8 CHADBOURNE, b. September 07, 1768, Maine319, baptised October 02, 1768, Maine319; d. Bef. November 08, 1848, Maine319; m. SHUAH CLEMENTS, January 22, 1802, Second Church, Berwick, York Co., Maine; b. Abt. 1773, Berwick, York Co., Maine; d. Aft. 1802.
 ii. HUMPHREY CHADBOURNE, b. February 24, 1770, Maine319, baptised March 18, 1770, Maine319; d. Bef. 1817319.
 iii. JOSEPH CHADBOURNE, b. June 1772, Maine319, baptised June 21, 1772, Maine319; d. Bef. 1817319.
 iv. MEHITABLE CHADBOURNE, b. March 08, 1774, Maine319; d. June 12, 1833, So. Berwick, Maine age 58y unm. (g.s.)319.
 v. MARY CHADBOURNE, b. September 10, 1777, Maine319, baptised June 24, 1781, So. Berwick, Maine319; d. October 11, 1805319.
110. vi. JAMES CHADBOURNE, b. June 24, 1781, Maine319, baptised June 24, 1781319; d. January 31, 1852, age 71y (g.s.), So. Berwick, Maine319.
 

74.  HANNAH7 CHADBOURNE (SARAH6 PHIPPS, THOMAS5, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) Baptised: November 16, 1750, and died Bef. 1826.  She married RICHARD CLEMENTS January 14, 1771.  He was born Abt. 1751 in Berwick, York Co., Maine, and died 1781.

Children of HANNAH CHADBOURNE and RICHARD CLEMENTS are:
 i. SHUAH8 CLEMENTS, baptised October 02, 1768, Maine; d. Aft. 1802; m. JOHN CHADBOURNE, January 22, 1802, Second Church, Berwick, York Co., Maine; b. September 07, 1768, Maine; d. Bef. November 08, 1848, Maine.
 ii. SARAH CHADBOURNE CLEMENTS, b. Abt. 1775; d. Aft. 1843, unmarried.
 iii. MARY CLEMENTS, b. Abt. 1777; m. JACOB HOOPER.
 

75.  WILLIAM7 WINCHESTER (NATHAN6, SARAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) of Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.  He married MARY BENSON December 30, 1790, daughter of CHRISTOPHER BENSON. 
   
Children of WILLIAM WINCHESTER and MARY BENSON are:
    i.    CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT8 WINCHESTER, b. November 20, 1791, Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.
    ii.   WILLIAM SEAMAN WINCHESTER, b. March 17, 1794, Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.
    iii.  ISAAC PARKS WINCHESTER, b. May 12, 1796, Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.
    iv.  SEAMAN WINCHESTER, b. 1799, Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.
    v.   MARY WINCHESTER, b. 1803, Granville, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada; m. HALLIDAY.


76.  JOHN7 WINCHESTER (NATHAN6, SARAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born September 22, 1748 in Brookline, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, and died January 24, 1840 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada?  He married ABIGAIL WINSLOW August 17, 1781, daughter of JOHN WINSLOW and ABIGAIL FENNO.  She was born 1764, and died July 03, 1843. Lived on his father's place near Rosette, three miles from the town; but the father Nathan, in his will, bequeathed the life use of his real estate to his widow and after her death to his son Isaac. In his will, dated 24 Oct. 1839 and recorded 3 Feb. 1840, John is called "farmer" and of "Annapolis", and leaves the life use of his place to his widow, after her to his two unmarried children, John and Harriet, and then to his grandson, William Parks Winchester.  (NEHGS Vol. 78)
   
Children of JOHN WINCHESTER and ABIGAIL WINSLOW are:
    i.    JOHN8 WINCHESTER, b. March 11, 1783, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada; d. February 01, 1869, unmarried.
    ii.   BEULAH WINCHESTER, b. December 25, 1784, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada; d. September 28, 1814; m. CHARLES HALLIDAY.
    iii.  WILLIAM WINCHESTER, b. March 02, 1789, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.
    iv.  JAMES WINCHESTER, b. June 10, 1791, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.
    v.   MARIA WINCHESTER, b. July 15, 1793, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada; m. ARTEMUS ODELL.
    vi.  ABIGAIL FENNO WINCHESTER, b. May 22, 1795, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada; m. JAMES W. PRATT2729.
    vii. HARRIET WINCHESTER, b. August 12, 1797; d. October 26, 1874, unmarried.


77.  JOSIAH7 WINCHESTER (NATHAN6, SARAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1760 - 1769 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada?, and died Bef. 1846.  He married HANNAH WINSLOW in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada, daughter of JOHN WINSLOW and ABIGAIL FENNO.  She was born February 17, 1766, and died 1846.
Settled on lands at the head of St. Mary's Bay in Digby Co., N.S.
   
Children of JOSIAH WINCHESTER and HANNAH WINSLOW are:
111. i.  JOHN8 WINCHESTER.
    ii.    ABIGAIL WINCHESTER, m. ISAAC MARSHALL.
    iii.   GEORGE LEFERE WINCHESTER, d. Bef. 1846, unmarried.
    iv.   MARY WINCHESTER, b. 1790; m. CAPTAIN BENJAMIN THURBER.
    v.    JOSEPH WINCHESTER, b. Abt. 1792.
    vi.   JOSIAH WINCHESTER, m. MARGERY BACON.
    vii.  AMY WINCHESTER, m. GILBERT VAN AMBURG.
    viii. RACHEL WINCHESTER, m. WILLIAM SNOW.
    ix.   WILLIAM WINCHESTER, m. NANCY BARNES.
    x.    WINSLOW WINCHESTER, d. unmarried.


78.  ISAAC7 WINCHESTER (NATHAN6, SARAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1769 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada?  Calnek states that he married about 1801, Mary Morgan; but a descendant says that his wife was Elizabeth Kniffen of Bear River, N.S. According to Calnek he was one of the early settlers in Clements, Annapolis, N.S., and some of his children and grandchildren lived there; but the descendant says that Isaac lived at Smith's Cove, near Digby, N.S. Children per Calnek. (NEHGS register Vol. 78)
   
Children of ISAAC WINCHESTER are:
    i.    JOHN8 WINCHESTER, m. MARY WADE.
    ii.   MARGARET WINCHESTER, d. 1855, unmarried.
    iii.  NANCY WINCHESTER, m. (1) JAMES BROWN; m. (2) JACOB ROOP.
    iv.  NATHAN WINCHESTER, d. unmarried.
    v.   SARAH WINCHESTER, m. EDWARD BRYANT, 1833.
    vi.  ELIZA WINCHESTER, b. 1804; d. 1855; m. THOMAS HANNAN.
    vii. CHARLES WINCHESTER, b. 1824.


79.  SPENCER7 WINCHESTER (NATHAN6, SARAH5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1770 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada?  He married FRANCES ANN EMLEY March 08, 1791.  She died July 24, 1846 age 72.
   
Children of SPENCER WINCHESTER and FRANCES EMLEY are:
    i.    ELIZABETH HEMING8 WINCHESTER, b. 1791; m. THOMAS MCCORMICK, September 15, 1811; b. 1785, of Granville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
    ii.   MARTHA WINCHESTER, b. 1792; m. CHARLES VERRIGAL, 1810.
    iii.  JAMES JOSIAH WINCHESTER, b. January 23, 1793, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.
    iv.  THOMAS WINCHESTER, b. January 23, 1793, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada; d. unmarried.
    v.   HENRY WINCHESTER.
    vi.  FRANCES ANN WINCHESTER, m. JACOB ODELL.
112. vii. CATHARINE WINCHESTER.
    viii. REBECCA WINCHESTER, d. unmarried.
    ix.   EMLEY WINCHESTER, of Bear River, N.S., Canada; d. Aft. 1850; m. AMANDA BENSON.
    x.    EDWARD WINCHESTER, d. unmarried.
    xi.   WILLIAM WINCHESTER, m. ELIZA.


80.  SAMUEL7 ASPINWALL (JOANNA6 GARDNER, ABIEL5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)  He married MARY HOLBROOK.

Child of SAMUEL ASPINWALL and MARY HOLBROOK is:
113. i. MARY8 ASPINWALL.
 
 
81.  THOMAS PHIPPS7 DARRELL (SARAH6 GARDNER, ABIEL5 PHIPPS, SOLOMON4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was baptised: April 30, 1738 in Newport, Rhode Island.  He married SARAH. 

Children of THOMAS DARRELL and SARAH are:
    i.    WILLIAM8 DARRELL, b
aptised: December 08, 1765, Newport, Rhode Island.
    ii.   THOMAS ASPINWALL DARRELL, b
aptised: June 26, 1768, Newport, Rhode Island.


82.  WILLIAM7 SYMONDS (JANE6 PHIPPS, SOLOMON5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) b. 1746-1747, baptised January 14, 1752, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts
. He married EUNICE GARDNER November 15, 1772 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts, daughter of JOSEPH GARDNER and MEHITABLE POPE.  She was born February 25, 1753 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.  Occupation: cordwainer, potter. In 1773 he was from Salem.

Children of WILLIAM SYMONDS and EUNICE GARDNER are:
114. i.  WILLIAM PHIPPS8 SYMONDS, b. October 03, 1773, of 1773, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 18, 1824, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    ii.    EUNICE SYMONDS, b. October 13, 1775, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    iii.   EPHRAIM SYMONDS, b. February 17, 1777, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 30, 1808; m. MARY SANDERSON, November 24, 1805.
115. iv. NATHANIEL SYMONDS, b. May 23, 1780; d. 1848.
    v.    JOSEPH SYMONDS, b. March 14, 1783, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. February 25, 1840.
    vi.   LOUISE SYMONDS, b. October 10, 1785, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 1793, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    vii.  LUCY SYMONDS, b. December 30, 1789, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; m. JONATHAN SHOVE, December 10, 1819.
    viii. THOMAS SYMONDS, b. October 12, 1792, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. October 04, 1864; m. MARY FELT, October 21, 1821, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    ix.  LOIS SYMONDS, b. June 30, 1796, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts; m. JOSEPH W. CASEY, September 14, 1818.
 
 

83.  NATHANIEL7 SYMONDS (JANE6 PHIPPS, SOLOMON5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was baptised August 18, 1754, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and died 1804 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.  He married ELIZABETH GARDNER November 17, 1779. 
   
Children of NATHANIEL SYMONDS and ELIZABETH GARDNER are:
    i.    GARDNER8 SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1781, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    ii.   NATHANIEL SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1783, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    iii.  ELIZABETH SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1785, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    iv.  MARY SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1787, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    v.   MEHITABLE SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1789, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    vi.  CATHERINE SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1791, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    vii. EPHRAIM SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1793, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    viii. SAMUEL SYMONDS, b. October 17, 1793, Hillsborough, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire
.  "Son of Nathaniel and Betsey".
    ix.  EUNICE SYMONDS, b. Abt. 1795, Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
    x.   JOSEPH SYMONDS, b. March 06, 1797, Hillsborough, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire. "Son of Nathaniel and Betsey".


84.  CAPTAIN DANIEL GOFFE7 PHIPPS (SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, SAMUEL4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born July 13, 1751 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
320, and died December 03, 1838 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut321.  He married ANNA TOWNSEND March 03, 1776 in 1st Church New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut322, daughter of EBENEZER TOWNSEND and ELIZABETH LARMAN.  She was born June 24, 1756 in Connecticut, and died November 03, 1837 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.

Children of DANIEL PHIPPS and ANNA TOWNSEND are:
116. i. ELIZABETH8 PHIPPS, b. February 07, 1777, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. July 03, 1862, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut.
117. ii. DANIEL GOFFE PHIPPS, b. 1781, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. 1832, Savannah, Georgia.
 iii. MARY PHIPPS, b. New Haven, Connecticut.
118. iv. CAPTAIN SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. 1784, New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; d. October 12, 1834.
 

85.  JOSEPH7 PHIPPS (JOSEPH6, SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born June 04, 1752 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts337, and died March 10, 1818338.  He married (1) SARAH BOWLES January 23, 1775 in Essex Co., Massachusetts339.  She was born 1756 of Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died October 19, 1802 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. He married (2) ABIGAIL CLARK December 25, 1804 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts340.   She died April 8, 1815 age 64.   Estate - Taxed 1773.  Mr. Phipps claimed for loss 1775, 890 lbs..  Buys of W. Stimson, lot, 1782.  Of Joseph Kettell, lot, 1784.  Of Thomas Call's exr., 1 1/2 acres, 1797.  To Thomas Edes, lots, as of W.S. and J. K., 1804.  To S. Shed, lot of Call, 1804.  Of N. Austin, lot, Main St., 1804.  To sons Joseph Jr. and Joshua B., lot as of Austin, 1812. Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.  ABIGAIL CLARK: She was a widow keeping boarding house at the time of her marriage to Joseph. Possibly widow of Matthew Clark, son of Matthew, a boatbuilder with firm of Coolidge and Clark, who m. Abigail Rand abt 9/18/1773. 

Children of JOSEPH PHIPPS and SARAH BOWLES are:
119. i. DEACON JOSEPH8 PHIPPS, b. March 16, 1777, Andover, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 15, 1842, Massachusetts.

 ii. MARY/POLLY PHIPPS, b. April 28, 1779, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts342; d. October 29, 1802, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts342. Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
 iii. JOSHUA BOWLES PHIPPS, b. May 15, 1781, Massachusetts343; d. August 20, 1866, Gorham, Maine343; m. (1) ELIZABETH HAGAR, December 06, 1815, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts343, b. 1786; d. August 07, 1817, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA; m. (2) SUSAN FRANCES CUTTER, July 16, 1818, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts343; b. May 06, 1791; d. August 14, 1867, of Wiscasset, Maine.  She was daughter of EZEKIEL CUTTER and ABIGAIL OAKES. Burial: Wiscasset Cemetery, Wiscasset, Lincoln Co., Maine.  Joseph's estate - deed of father, lot, 1812.  Buys of Jabez Whittemore heirs, 15 rods, 1814.  To Joseph P., same, 1817.  With Joseph P., John Mitchell and wife, John P. and wife, and Elizabeth P. single, to William S. P., 2 1/2 acres n. side Plowed hill - n., canal; s., T. Edes; e., R. Sullivan; s., R.S.; 1818.  Of Josiah Raymond, lot - begin, n.e., corner Canal St.; s., Main St. 36; w., to creek; on Canal St. to Main; 1819.  Of S. Swan, lot - s., road 50; w., J. Hagar 112; n., town flats 45; e., C. Swan 112; 1819.  To S.S., same, 1819.  Of John Lamson's admr., lot, Cambridge Rd., 1819. To Joseph P., same, 1819. One of the founders of the 2nd Unitarian Church343
120. iv. WILLIAM STEARNS PHIPPS, b. 1784, Massachusetts; d. February 10, 1827, Charlestown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 v. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. 1788, Massachusetts345; d. October 26, 1810, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts345 - age 22. Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
 vi. LYDIA PHIPPS, b. Bef. 1789345.
121. vii. SALLY PHIPPS, b. Bef. 1789345; d. July 30, 1841, age 56345.
  viii. ELIZABETH WEBB PHIPPS, baptised August 24, 1793, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. Aft. 1845; m. (1) JOHN MITCHELL, Aft. 1823; d. Bef. 1845; m. (2) NATHANIEL LEAVITT, January 18, 1823, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
  ix. BETHIA PHIPPS, b. about 1797; d. October 23, 1799, age 2 years 3 months 10 days, burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
122. ix. JOHN PHIPPS, b. Bef. 1798; d. of Gloucester, Essex Co., Massachusetts.
 

86.  SAMUEL7 PHIPPS (JOSEPH6, SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)346 was born March 13, 1766 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts347, baptised July 13, 1766, Charlestown, Massachusetts350, and died May 1813 in Massachusetts347.  He married ESTHER RAND348 March 13, 1790 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts349, daughter of BENJAMIN RAND and ABIGAIL FROTHINGHAM.   She was born  in Portland, Maine, and died Aft. 1840.  Estate -  taxed 1744 - 1746, 1756 - 1773; in valuation 1771, No 355.  With wife Elizabeth, sells S. Belknap, right in mills, 1748.  To James Miller, 1 1/4 acres, 1749.  To T. Jenner, 2 1/4 acres, 1749.  To John Carter, 1/2 house, 1750.  To D. Wood, 5 acres - n.e., way to Dirty marsh; s., road between my barn and widow Mary Rnd; n.w., M.R.; s., M.R.; n.w., M. Lecky, lot bought of P. Edes; 1754.  Of P. Edes, and mort. back, 2 acres, 1754. To B. Stokes, 3 acres - n.e., Medford road; s.e., range; n.w. & n.e., T. Prentice; n.w., R. Wyer; 1755.  To B.S., mansion and 9 1/2 acres homestead of father - n.w. & s.w., widow M. Rand; n.w., widow Lecky and lot bought of P. Edes; n.e., rangeway to Dirty marsh; s.e., John Deland  2 acres had of Edes.  4 1/2 acres of father - s.e., range; n.w., R. Wyer, T. Prentice; s.w., widow Hannah Frothingham; 1756.  Admin. to son Joseph, 11/9/1797.  Inventory:  House and barn 75 lbs..  4 1/2 acres - n., highway; e., range; s., S. Swan; w., J.P.; 405 lbs..  11 acres - highway; w., J.P.; s., J.P.; w., T. Edes; n., town and bridleway, e., B. Frothingham; 770 lbs..

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and ESTHER RAND are:
 i. ANN MILLER8 PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1795, Falmouth?352; d. aged 30 - 40 years353.
123. ii. BENJAMIN PHIPPS, b. October 18, 1797, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. April 07, 1878, of Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
124. iii. ESTHER PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1799.

 iv. MARY PHIPPS, d. Unmarried353.
 v. SAMUEL PHIPPS, d. young353.
 vi. BETHIAH BRINKLEY PHIPPS354, b. Abt. 1805, Charlestown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts355; d. April 26, 1893, 313 Main St., Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts - unmarried - age 84356,357.  Cause of Death: senility357
   

87.  SAMUEL7 PHIPPS (ELIJAH6, SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)358 was born 1756, Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, and died February 18, 1830 in Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire.  He married MARY MAXFIELD September 26, 1776 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. She died November 03, 1825 in Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire.  Samuel was a veteran of the American Revolution - was at Valley Forge, and apparently lived first in Cambridge and Burlington, MA. According to information of his son, Samuel, Jr. (in the History of Carroll County, NH), the family came from Woburn, MA, to Chatham, NH, in 1783.  They may, however, have lived a short time in Fryeburg, ME, since one child was born there in 1782. They settled at Chatham Center, on land of Samuel Langdon, who was at that time president of Harvard College.  Nine children. 1800, 30021-02011-00, Grafton Co., New Hampshire   1810, Chatham, Grafton, Co., New Hampshire 1830, Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire.   Burial with wife: Chatham Center Cemetery, Chatham, New Hampshire. Cause of Death: 'burned to death in a fire'

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and MARY MAXFIELD are:
 i. MARY8 PHIPPS, b. March 28, 1778, Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. July 13, 1796, Chatham , Grafton Co., New Hampshire. Burial: Chatham, NH on the Robinson farm on Toad Hill and later removed to the Chatham Center Cemetery (no grave marker)
125. ii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. January 15, 1780, Burlington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. 1878, Winnebago, Minnesota?
 iii. SARAH PHIPPS, b. August 16, 1782, Fryeburg, Maine; d. Aft. 1830, of Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire; m. STEPHEN BADGER, July 26, 1818; d. Aft. 1830.
126. iv. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, b. August 31, 1784, Chatham, Grafton Co., New Hampshire; d. February 18, 1854, Norway, Oxford Co., Maine.
127. v. ELIJAH PHIPPS, b. March 10, 1786, Chatham, Carroll Co., New Hampshire; d. September 13, 1865, of Milan, New Hampshire.
 vi. ABIGAIL PHIPPS, b. August 29, 1788, Chatham township, Carroll Co., New Hampshire; m. JOHN WALKER, July 24, 1823; b. 1773, of Fryeburg Addition (now Stow), ME; d. 1852.
128. vii. JOHN PHIPPS, b. February 15, 1793, Chatham , Grafton Co., New Hampshire; d. May 27, 1865, Belfast, Maine.
 viii. ANNA PHIPPS, b. March 30, 1795, Chatham township, Carroll Co., New Hampshire.
 

88.  CAPTAIN SOLOMON7 PHIPPS (SOLOMON6, SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born October 12, 1756 in Massachusetts368, and died February 17, 1822368.  He married PERSIS MORSE 1780369.  She was born 1756, and died April 29, 1829. Military Service: June 10, 1775, enlisted Rev. War - 18 years old - Massachusetts militia369  Private, Captain Josiah Harris' Co. (later Colonel Bond's, Captain Gardner's regiment.  Payment for 8 months service 1775 - transferred to train 5/2/1775.  Fifer Joseph Chadwick's and Colonel Richard Gridley's (artillery) Co..  Return dated Fort #3, Charlestown, Massachusetts 9/30/1775.
Phipps, Solomon, Charlestown. Private; list of men belonging to a company commanded by Capt. Josiah Harris, of Charlestown [Col. Bond's, late Gardner;s regt.], as made up from orders for bounty coats or money equivalent for the 8 months service in 1775; reported "transferred to the train May 2" [1775]; also, Fifer, Capt. Joseph Chadwick's co., Col. Richard Gridley's (Artillery) regt.; company return dated Fort No. 3, Charlestown, Sept. 30, 1775; enlisted June 10, 1775; age, 18 years; occupation, chairmaker.  (MA Soldiers and Sailors)
Estate - Buys of Thomas Wood, lot - s., way to burying ground 100; e., road 50; n., Jonathan Rand, fomerly 100; w., J.R., 50; 1782.  To son Solomon, part of above, 1810.
  Admin, to J.K. Frothingham, 2/27/1822. Inventory:  House, n. w. side Bunker Hill Lane.  2 story house, shop &c., on Main St. - begin, e. corner on O. Clapp; s.e., Main St. 41; s. w., heirs S.P. Jr. 19; s.e., same 10; s. w. lane 65; n. w., E. Decoster 50; n. e. , O.C. 71.  Total:     $1,800.00.  Set to widow, the s. e. part.   1789, Census with wife and kids Percy, William and Solomon369 Occupation: chairmaker. Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.

Children of SOLOMON PHIPPS and PERSIS MORSE are:
129. i. PERSIS8 PHIPPS, b. March 22, 1781Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; d. June 30, 1852, age 72 - Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
130. ii. WILLIAM PHIPPS, b. June 22, 1784, of Charlestown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 19, 1854, age 69 years 11 months.
131. iii. CAPTAIN SOLOMON PHIPPS, b. August 03, 1788; d. September 26, 1821 - age 33. Burial Phipps Street Cemetery, Charlestown, MA.
 iv. PHIPPS, b. 1792369; d. August 13, 1793369.  Cause of Death: dysentary369
 v. POLLY PHIPPS, b. March 02, 1794369; m. HOSEA.
 vi. ABIGAIL PHIPPS, b. June 13, 1795369.
 vii. LYDIA PHIPPS, b. August 18, 1797370. Occupation: nurse371
132. viii. NANCY PHIPPS, b. October 30, 1802, Massachusetts371
 

89.  SAMUEL7 PHIPPS (SOLOMON6, SAMUEL5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born November 11, 1758 in Massachusetts372, and died August 20, 1840 of Lisle, Broome Co., New York372.  He married REBECCA Bef. 1805373.  She was born Abt. 1763, and died Aft. 1820.  December 20, 1774, guardianship to step-father James Brazier374

Children of SAMUEL PHIPPS and REBECCA are:
 i. PHIPPS10, d. Bef. 1853.
 ii. ASA PHIPPS, d. Aft. 1853.
133. iii. DOLLY PHIPPS, d. Aft. 1853.
 iv. SOLOMON PHIPPS, d. Aft. 1853.
134. v. DANIEL PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1800, of New York; d. April 18, 1861, Maine, Broome Co., New York - age 60y 3m 10d.
135. vi. PATTY PHIPPS, b. Abt. 1805, N.Y.?; d. Aft. 1853.
 vii. SAMUEL PHIPPS, b. Bef. 1820, of Nanticoke, Broome Co., New York. 1825 Census, Lisle, Broome Co., NY.  Noah Rogers, brother of Simeon and Asa Rogers, built his house in 1800, in the fall of the year, was married and moved in that winter; his wife was Sarah Phipps, sister of Samuel Phipps, of Lamb's Corners, Nanticoke. His house was on the west side of the river from Nicholas Smith's. At that time there was a family of Indians near there. Upper Lisle - Mr. Hemingway formed a Baptist Church at "Yorktown," as Yorkshire was then called, with which he united and was at once appointed church clerk. He also sent out notes of invitation to the different Baptist churches to send their "elders and chosen brethren" to come and institute them "in the southwest part of Lisle" into a separate church. They were "to meet in a small
house near Brother Samuel Phipps." This was under date of November 19th, 1814. Three churches, at least, were included in these invitations, and they met at the time agreed upon. The Church was organized and was called "the Second Baptist Church in Lisle." (History of Broome County, New York )
1840, Nanticoke, Broome Co., N.Y., father with him
 viii. SARAH WHEATON PHIPPS, m. NOAH ROGERS, b. June 15, 1767 Branford, Connecticut.
 

90. CHARLES7 PHIPPS (CHARLES6, SOLOMON5, JOSEPH4, SOLOMON3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born September 09, 1751 in Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1781.  He married HANNAH CHASE January 13, 1774 in Shirley or Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, daughter of GEORGE CHASE, of Shirley, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, and died Aft. 1781.  Phips, Charles, Shirley (also given Littleton). January 06, 1767, a Charles Phipps of Groton warned out of Bolton since 3/1766.  He came to reside in Shirley, Dec., 1773, but was refused legal citizenship by the town authorities. He remained, however, for some years, and proved himself of considerable advantage to those who rejected him, as he helped make up the town quota of soldiers for the war of the Revolution. He enlisted in Captain Longley's company, April 29, 1775, for a service of eight months, when it was one of the hardest periods to secure recruits.
Certificate dated Camp at Cambridge, June 18, 1775, signed by Lieut. Sylvanus Smith, in behalf of Capt. Robert Longley, certifying that said Phips and others belonging to Capt. Longley's co., Col. Whitcomb's regt., were in need of cartridge boxes, for which said Smith promised to be accountable; also, Private, Capt. Robert Longley's co., Col. Asa Whitcomb's regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted April 29, 1775; service, 3 mos. 10 days; also, company receipt for wages for Sept., 1775, dated Camp at Prospect Hill; also, company return [probably Oct., 1775]; also, Capt. Job Shattuck's co., Col. John Robinson's regt.; service from time of enlistment to time of marching to camp, 8 days; roll dated Cambridge, March -, 1776; also, list of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Capt. Aaron Jewett's (3d) co., Col. Jonathan Reed's (6th Middlesex Co.) regt., as returned to Brig. Gen. Prescott; residence, Shirley; enlisted for town of Shirley (also given Littleton); joined Capt. Smith's co., Col. Biglow's regt.; enlistment, 3 years; also, Private, Capt. Munro's co., Col. Bigelow's regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from May 19, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; also, Capt. Sylvanus Smith's co., Col. Bigelow's regt.; muster roll for Jan.-Aug., 1777, dated Van Schaick's Island and sworn to in Camp at Stillwater; reported sick at Shirley; also, same co. and regt.; muster roll for Nov., 1777, sworn to at Camp near the Gulf; enlisted May 19, 1777; reported sick at Shirley; also, same co. and regt.; return dated Feb. 2, 1778; mustered by Middlesex Co. Muster Master; also, same co. and regt.; muster rolls for Dec., 1777-April, 1778, dated Valley Forge; reported
sick at Shirley Dec., 1777-Feb., 1778, sick and absent in March, 1778, sick in hospital at Brookline in April, 1778; also, same co. and regt.; muster roll for May, 1778, dated Valley Forge; name reported as stricken out on April roll; said Phips reported as since joined; also, same co. and regt.; muster roll for June, 1778, dated Camp Greenwich; also, same co. and regt.; muster rolls for July, 1778-June, 1779, dated Providence; reported on fatigue duty in Sept., 1778, sick in hospital in Nov. and Dec., 1778, and Jan., 1779, sick at Shirley in March, April, and May, 1779; also, same co. and regt.; muster roll for July, 1779; reported “on guard Ridgfield;” also, same co. and regt.; muster roll for Aug., 1779, dated Camp at Salem; reported transferred to (late) Capt. Barns's co. Sept. 1, 1779; also, Capt. Bowman's co., Col. Bigelow's regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to May 19, 1780; residence, Littleton.
Cambridge Co., 6/18/1778 Lt. Sylvanis Smith, Capt. Longley's Co.; Col. Whitcomb reg..  Col. 8/1/1775, enlisted 4/29/1775 - 3 months service - wages date 9/1775 - Prospect Hill - Capt. Job Shattuck's Co., Col. John Robinson's reg. - 8 days service.  3/ 1776 Continental army Capt. Aaron Jervett's Co., Col. Jonathan Reed's (6th middle) reg..  Capt. Smith's Co., Col. Bigelow's reg. service paid from 5/19/1777 to 12/31/1779.  Jan - Aug. 1779, Van Scharck's Island - camp at Stillwater - sick at Shirley, Valley Forge, at Brookline hospital 4/1798.  Providence hospital Nov. and Dec. 1778, Jan. 1779.  Shirley hospital March, April, May 1779.  Camp Salem 8/1779.  Services paid 1/1/1780 - 5/19/1780
One of 80 called out on 4/19/1775.  (History of Shirley, Massachusetts)
Is he this Charles?  Fips, Charles. Company receipt given to Capt. John Ford for mileage, dated Ticonderoga, Aug. 28, 1776, also company receipt biven to Capt. John Ford for wages to Oct. 1 1776 dated Ticonderoga and endorsed "marched from Chelmsford July 25, 1776, discharged at Albany Jan. 1, 1777. (MA Soldiers and Sailors)

Children of CHARLES PHIPPS and HANNAH CHASE are:
 
i. ANNA7 PHIPPS, b. June 27, 1772, Shirley, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
ii.  HANNAH PHIPPS, b. February 11, 1774; d. Bef. 1776?
iii. DAVID PHIPPS, b. October 18, 1775.

iv. HANNAH10 PHIPPS, baptised January 21, 1776, Shirley, Massachusetts.
v.  LUCINDA PHIPPS, baptised December 17, 1777, Shirley, Massachusetts; d. March 11, 1826, Massena, New York?
vi. JOHN PIERCE PHIPPS, baptised November 18, 1781, Shirley, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.

 

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