Deacon Nicholas Phillips1

#5121, (6 October 1611 - )
Relationship8th great-grandfather of William David Lewis
Father*____ Phillips

Family

Elizabeth Jewson b. c 1613
Children 1.Alice Phillips+14 (c 1632 - )
 2.Elizabeth Phillips15 (c 1632 - b 1638)
 3. Ens. Richard Phillips+1 (c 1634 - 1695)
 4.Experience Phillips14 (1641 - 1717)
 5.Caleb Phillips14 (1643/44 - b 1671)
 6.Joshua Phillips14 (c 1647 - 1679)
 7.Hannah Phillips14 (1652 - )
 8.Benjamin Phillips+14 (c 1654 - 1687/88)
 9.Abigail Phillips14 (c 1660 - )
Birth*6 October 1611He was born on 6 October 1611 at Wendover, Buckinghamshire, EnglandG.1 
Marriage*26 June 1631He married Elizabeth Jewson, daughter of Richard Jewson and Elizabeth Kippling, on 26 June 1631 at BuckinghamshireG.2,3 
before 18 August 1636He and Elizabeth Jewson migrated to Dedham, Norfolk Co., MassachusettsG, from England before 18 August 1636.4 
18 August 1636He received a land grant of 12 acres along the Charles River on 18 August 1636 at Norfolk Co., MassachusettsG.5,6 
circa 1640He and Elizabeth Jewson removed circa 1640 Weymouth. 
13 May 1640Was made a freeman of the Massachusetts Bay Colony on 13 May 1640.7 
circa 1641He was Deacon of the Weymouth Church circa 1641.8 
1641Deacon Nicholas Phillips acquired real estate in 1641 of Philemon Dalton and sold it to his brother Henry Phillips.9 
1660He was Deacon with the First Congregational Church of Weymouth 1660.8 
2 June 1671He left a will on 2 June 1671 at Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MassachusettsG.10,11 
Probate*3 October 1672His estate was inventoried on 3 October 1672 at Norfolk Co., MassachusettsG.12,13 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S571] Nicholas Phillips and Elizabeth Jepson, online http://www.peculiarpress.com/genealogy/soule/…, 1. (Dea) NICHOLAS Phillips (Immigrant) was born on 6 October 1611 in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England. He died on 1 September 1672 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.

    (Dea) NICHOLAS Phillips (Immigrant) and ELIZABETH Jepson (Immigrant) were married on 26 June 1631 in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England. ELIZABETH Jepson (Immigrant) was born on 29 November 1612 in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England. She died before 2 June 1671. Elizabeth was the daughter was Richard Jewson and Elizabeth Kippling.

    (Dea) NICHOLAS Phillips (Immigrant) and ELIZABETH Jepson (Immigrant) had the following children:

    +2 i. RICHARD Phillips.
    3 ii. Elizabeth Phillips was born about 1633 in England. She died young.
    +4 iii. Alice Phillips.
    5 iv. Caleb Phillips was born on 22 November 1638 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He died young.
    +6 v. Experience Phillips.
    7 vi. Caleb Phillips was born on 22 January 1643/4 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He died before 2 June 1671.
    8 vii. Joshua Phillips was born about 1647 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He died unmarried between 10 April 1679 and 2 May 1679.
    +9 viii. Hannah Phillips.
    10 ix. Benjamin Phillips was born in 1654 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts. He died on 13 February 1687.
    +11 x. Abigail Phillips.
  2. [S575] New England Families, online nefamilies.com, Individual: Richard Phillips; Birth: 1634/1635 at: Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England; Marriage: 1690/1695 at Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA; Death: 17 Oct 1695 at Weymouth, Norfolk, MA; Father: Nicholas Phillips; Mother: Elizabeth Jewson; Spouse: Mary Packard; Spouse: Elizabeth Edson; Birth: ABT 1643 at Salem, Essex, MA; Marriage: 1690/1695 at Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA.
  3. [S183] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (GPC) (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004), p. 578 "Phillips, Nicholas ( -1672) & Elizabeth [Jenson]/Jewson; 26 Jun 1631, [imm.] cs 1636, [1st rec child in Weymouth] b. 1660". Online Ancestry.com.
  4. [S576] History of Weymouth Massachusetts (Weymouth, Mass.: Weymouth Historical Society, 1923), vol. 4, pp. 464.
  5. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), vol. 4, pp. 464, citing Dedham town records, 1 : 20.
  6. [S575] New England Families, online nefamilies.com, “Twelve acres more or lesse as it lyeth between Ezechiell Hilliman towards ye East and Lambert Genere Towards ye West; And butts upon Charles River towards the north, and upon the Swampe and burying place, towards the South, the High Street through the same.”.
  7. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), vol. 4, pp. 464, citing Register 3:187.
  8. [S572] Lineage of John George Phillips Buczek, online \http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…\, "Nicholas Phillips was first listed as Deacon of the Weymouth Church and ag at an unknown age in in 1660 with the First Congregational Church of Weymouth - organized since January 1644."
  9. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), vol. 4, pp. 464, citing Dedham town records 1:84.
  10. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), 4:465, Phillips Genealogy.
  11. [S575] New England Families, online nefamilies.com, Will: Dated 2 June 1671: “Nicholas Phillips of Weymouth, “age Sixty yeares or thereabouts having a very weake body,” made his will which was proved 3 October 1672. To eldest son Richard Phillips the marsh which is now in his possession. To his three sons Richard Joshua & Benjamin Phillips his wearing apparel. To second son Joshua Phillips £6. To third son Benjamin Philips £6; To eldest daughter Alice Shaw £l10; to my six younger children, viz., Joshua Phillips, Benjamin Phillips, Alice Shaw, Experience King, Hannah White, and Abigail Phillips, the rest of his estate to equally divided. Overseers; sons: Richard, Joshua and Benjamin Phillips. Son Richard Phillips, exeitor. “my loving brother Henry Phillips and my loving friends Thomas Dyer and Jonas Humphrey” mentioned; Witnesses: Elizabeth Shaw and Thomas Dyer, Jr.
    [Nicholas Phillips mentions Alice as his eldest daughter because his little daughter Elizabeth, who was actually his eldest daughter, was deceased prior to the family coming to America; Elizabeth, wife of Nicholas is not named in his will. She preceeded him in death.]
  12. [S575] New England Families, online nefamilies.com, Will: Dated 2 June 1671: “Nicholas Phillips of Weymouth, “age Sixty yeares or thereabouts having a very weake body,” made his will which was proved 3 October 1672. To eldest son Richard Phillips the marsh which is now in his possession. To his three sons Richard Joshua & Benjamin Phillips his wearing apparel. To second son Joshua Phillips £6. To third son Benjamin Philips £6; To eldest daughter Alice Shaw £l10; to my six younger children, viz., Joshua Phillips, Benjamin Phillips, Alice Shaw, Experience King, Hannah White, and Abigail Phillips, the rest of his estate to equally divided. Overseers; sons: Richard, Joshua and Benjamin Phillips. Son Richard Phillips, exeitor. “my loving brother Henry Phillips and my loving friends Thomas Dyer and Jonas Humphrey” mentioned; Witnesses: Elizabeth Shaw and Thomas Dyer, Jr.
    [Nicholas Phillips mentions Alice as his eldest daughter because his little daughter Elizabeth, who was actually his eldest daughter, was deceased prior to the family coming to America; Elizabeth, wife of Nicholas is not named in his will. She preceeded him in death.]

    3 October 1672: The Inventory of his estate was taken by William Totey, Thomas Dyer and Jonas Humphrey; Among the items mentioned were “bookes in leather and 7 pamphlets,” L 202s, total L257 11s; Presented by Richard Phillips as the estate of his late father Nicholas Phillips;.
  13. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), vol. 4, p. 465, citing Suffolk Probate Records 7:248 and 7:250.
  14. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), vol. 4, pp. 464ff.
  15. [S571] Nicholas Phillips and Elizabeth Jepson, online http://www.peculiarpress.com/genealogy/soule/…, 3 ii. Elizabeth Phillips was born about 1633 in England. She died young.