Mary Phillips1

#7166, (24 May 1661 - )
Relationship6th great-grandaunt of William David Lewis
Father*Ens. Richard Phillips1 (c 1634 - 1695)
Mother*Mary Packard1 (c 1636 - 1684)
Birth*24 May 1661She was born on 24 May 1661.1,2 
27 October 1695In Ens. Richard Phillips's will dated 27 October 1695 at Suffolk Co., MassachusettsG, Mary Phillips was named as an heir, as Mary Humphrey.3 


  1. [S165] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, four volumes (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), III:414, entry for Richard Phillips.
  2. [S967] Cyrus Orcutt, "Early Records of Weymouth", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 3 (Jan. 1849): 72.
  3. [S576] History of Weymouth Massachusetts (Weymouth, Mass.: Weymouth Historical Society, 1923), 4:465-6. Suffolk Probate, 13: 705, 706: Will of Ensign Richard Phillips made 27 October 1695 and proved 19 December 1695. To his wife Elizabeth, according to a contract made before marriage, £10 and pewter marked R. & P. To his grandson Caleb Phillips a ewe. To his wife's daughter Susannah Kingman another ewe. To his eldest son Caleb Phillips, if he be living, or if not, to his widow Elziabeth Phillips, now dwelling in Roxbury, a double portion. To his three sons and two daughters, viz, nicholas Phillips, Samuel Phillips, John Phillips, his daughter Mary Humphrey, and his daughter-in-law Amy Phillips the remainder. The andirons which my Father Packer gave me I give to my son John Phillips. Sons Nicolas, Samuel and John to have his wearing apparel. Sons Nicholas and Samuel to have £3 each and be executors. Witnesses: John Bicknell, Nathaniel Ford and William Chard. Inventory of the estate of Ensign Richard Phillips taken by Joseph Green, James Richards and Nathaniel Ford, 22 Nov 1695; mentions fowling piece musket and sword.