Phillipe Easton1

#7652, ( - after 1600)
Relationship9th great-grandmother of William David Lewis

Family 1

John Chapin b. c 1566, d. a 1600
Children 1.Joane Chapin1 (c 1591 - )
 2.Thomas Chapin1 (c 1596 - c 1628)
 3. Dea. Samuel Chapin+1 (c 1598 - 1675)
 4.Margaret Chapin1 (c 1600 - 1600)

Family 2

George Stone b. s 1566, d. b 1616/17
14 September 1590 As of 14 September 1590,her married name was Chapin.1 
Her married name was Stone.2 
Marriage*14 September 1590She married John Chapin, son of Roger Chapin and ____ _____, on 14 September 1590 at St. John the Baptist Church, Paignton, Devon, EnglandG.3,4,1
Death*after 1600She died after 1600.1 
Marriage*26 January 1600/1She married George Stone on 26 January 1600/1 at DevonG.2 
20 January 1614/15In George Stone's will dated 20 January 1614/15, Phillipe Easton was named as executrix and heir.5 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S756] Gilbert Warren Chapin, compiler, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data (Hartford, Connecticut: Chapin Family Association, 1924), p. X. Hereinafter cited as Chapin Book of Genealogical Data.
  2. [S1705] Howard Millar Chapin, "The English Ancestry of Dea. Samuel Chapin of Springfield, Mass.", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 83 (July 1929): p. 354, citing Paignton parish register.
  3. [S1704] St. John the Baptist Register of Christenings, Weddings & Burials, 1559 - 1743, Paignton, Devon, England; repository Devon Heritage Centre, Great Moor House, Exeter, Devon, England, approx. page 59. John Chapin and Phillipa Easton, marr. 14 Sep 1590, online FindMyPast.com.
  4. [S1705] Howard Millar Chapin, "English Ancestry of Samuel Chapin", p. 354, "probably identical with the John, son of Roger Chapyn, who was baptized at Paignton 3 June 1600." Citing Totnes parish records.
  5. [S1705] Howard Millar Chapin, "English Ancestry of Samuel Chapin", p. 354, citing probate record of George Stone from the Consistory Court of Exeter, fo. 352. Names wife Phillip [sic], her son Samuel, her eldest son Thomas, Johan [née Chapin] and John ("my godsone") Norracott, brother-in-law Phillipp Maynerd, brother Martyn Stone; wife Phillipp named as executrix; witnesses David Dines, vicar of Payington, Thomas Cater, Margaret Belfeild. Inventory value £43 6s 6d. Proved at Exeter "1[?] January 1616/17."