Phebe Ford1

#11276, (20 February 1729 - 2 August 1819)
Relationship3rd cousin 6 times removed of William David Lewis
Father*Col. Jacob Ford1 (1704 - 1777)
Mother*Hannah Baldwin1 (1701 - 1777)

Family 1

Samuel Arnold
Children 1.Jacob Arnold3 (1749 - 1827)
 2.John Arnold3 (1752 - 1756)
 3.Hannah Arnold3 (1754 - 1755)
 4.Samuel Arnold Jr.3 (1757 - 1760)
 5.Phebe Arnold3 (1760 - 1820)
 6.Anna Arnold3 (c 1762 - 1807)

Family 2

Jonas Phillips b. 1735, d. 1813
Children 1.George Phillips3 (c 1768 - 1786)
 2.Samuel Phillips3 (1770 - 1771)
 3.Mary Phillips3 (1772 - 1811)
Her married name was Phillips.2 
Her married name was Arnold.2 
Birth*20 February 1729She was born on 20 February 1729.2 
Marriage*16 October 1748She married Samuel Arnold on 16 October 1748; her 1st.3,2 
Marriage*24 December 1766She married Jonas Phillips, son of George Phillips and Elizabeth Mills, on 24 December 1766; both their 2nd.3,2 
15 January 1777In Col. Jacob Ford's will dated 15 January 1777 at Morristown, New Jersey, Phebe Ford was named as an heir, as Phebe Phillips, one-sixth part.4 
Death*2 August 1819She died on 2 August 1819 at Morris Co., New JerseyG, at age 90.5 


  1. [S1071] Presbyterian Church in Morristown, online, Ford, Jacob, Sr., Colonel - segment 30/site 22 - b. 13 Apr 1704, d. 19 Jan 1777. [Ed. Note: CR75, 76, & 276 show Son of John & Elizabeth (Freeman) Ford, m. in 1742 to Hannah Baldwin, Daughter of Jonathan & Susanna (Kitchell) Baldwin, Elected an Elder 8 Mar 1747. Jacob & Hannah were parents of seven, i.e., John, Phebe, Sarah, Mary, Jane, Jacob, and Elizabeth and possibly David].
  2. [S1080] Frederic Ellsworth Kip and Margarita Lansing Hawley, History of the Kip Family in America (Boston: Hudson Printing Co., 1928), 319, family group.
  3. [S918] Mrs. Elizabeth (Coss) Stewart, "Descendants of Andrew Ford of Weymouth, Mass.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 119, 120 (1965, 1966): 180.
  4. [S1075] A. van Doren Honeyman, William Whitehead and others, editors, Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey (Newark, NJ: Archives of the State of New Jersey, 1880–1949), XXIII:184. Will of Jacob Ford of Morristown, Morris Co., merchant, 15 Jan 1777.
    "Wife, Hannah Ford, £1,000. To the heirs of my son, Jacob, deceased, persuant to the directions of his will, dated July 1st, last, my house and land where I live, except what is given to the sons of my eldest son, John, deceased, which land was conveyed to my son Jacob, by deed March 24, 1762. To my grandsons, the children of my son, John, that is to say, to Mahlon, Chillion, David and Nathan, the lots as directed in his will. To the 5 children of my son, Jacob, Timothy, Gabriel, Elizabeth, Jacob and Phebe, 1/6 part of the residue, and to the 4 sons of my deceased son, John, 1/6 part. Daughter, Phebe Phillips, 1/6 part; daughter, Sarah Tuthill, 1/6 part; daughter, Mary Dunham, 1/6 part, and daughter, Jane Tuttle, 1/6 part. Executors — sons-in-law, Azariah Dunham, Samuel Tuthill and Moses Tuttle. Witnesses — Abraham Ogden, Joseph Lindsey, James Lesley. Proved Nov. 12, 1777. Lib. 19, p. 406."
    . Hereinafter cited as Documents Relating to the History of the New Jersey.
  5. [S1072] Mrs. Eleanor M. Bamford, "Ford Family Notes", The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record LIII (April 1922): p. 166.