Hannah Phillips1

#5136, (25 November 1652 - )
Relationship7th great-grandaunt of William David Lewis
Father*Deacon Nicholas Phillips1 (1611 - )
Mother*Elizabeth Jewson1 (c 1613 - )


Ebenezer White b. c 1648
Birth*25 November 1652She was born on 25 November 1652 at Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MassachusettsG.2 
circa 1671 As of circa 1671,her married name was White.2 
Marriage*circa 1671She married Ebenezer White circa 1671.2 
2 June 1671In Deacon Nicholas Phillips's will dated 2 June 1671, Hannah Phillips was named as an heir.3,4 
10 April 1679In Joshua Phillips's will dated 10 April 1679, Hannah Phillips was named as an heir, as Hannah White.5 


  1. [S576] History of Weymouth Massachusetts (Weymouth, Mass.: Weymouth Historical Society, 1923), vol. 4, pp. 464ff.
  2. [S571] Nicholas Phillips and Elizabeth Jepson, online http://www.peculiarpress.com/genealogy/soule/…, 9. Hannah Phillips was born on 25 November 1652 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA. Hannah Phillips and (Lt) Ebenezer White were married about 1671. Ebenezer and Hannah (Phillips) White had nine children: Ebenezer, Thomas, Samuel, Joseph, Hannah, Abigail, Benjamin, Experience, and Elizabeth. (Lt) Ebenezer White was born in 1648 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA. He died on 24 August 1703.
  3. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), 4:465, Phillips Genealogy.
  4. [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 preceded him in death.]
  5. [S576] History of Weymouth (WHS), IV:466, "calling himself '32 years of age, or thereabouts'."