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Aquilla Phelps1

M, #4036, b. circa 1731, d. 1788

FatherAventon Phelps1 b. 1711, d. 1790
MotherRachel McElory1 b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
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Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
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Birth*circa 1731 Baltimore, Maryland1 
Marriage*circa 1750 Principal=Sarah (W-O A. Phelps)1 
Death*1788 Rowan, North Carolina1 

Family

Sarah (W-O A. Phelps)

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Aventon Phelps1

M, #3634, b. 1711, d. 1790

FatherThomas Felps1 b. 15 Sep 1664, d. 2 Apr 1758
MotherRosannah Swift1
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Birth*1711 Baltimore, Maryland1 
Marriage*23 April 1730 St George Parrish, Harford, Maryland, Principal=Rachel McElory1 
Death*1790 Rowan, North Carolina1 

Family

Rachel McElory b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
Children

Reference1106

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000, Dated: 7 August 2000.
  2. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Aventon Phelps Jr1

M, #4046, b. 1738

FatherAventon Phelps1 b. 1711, d. 1790
MotherRachel McElory1 b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
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Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
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Birth*1738 Virginia1 

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

David Phelps1

M, #4045, b. 1736

FatherAventon Phelps1 b. 1711, d. 1790
MotherRachel McElory1 b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
David Phelps|b. 1736|p105.htm#i4045|Aventon Phelps|b. 1711\nd. 1790|p105.htm#i3634|Rachel McElory|b. 7 Aug 1713\nd. 23 Nov 1765|p88.htm#i3635|Thomas Felps|b. 15 Sep 1664\nd. 2 Apr 1758|p49.htm#i3640|Rosannah Swift||p138.htm#i3641|John McElory|b. 1690\nd. 1763|p88.htm#i3636|Frances Durham||p40.htm#i3637|

Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited23 Dec 2000
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Birth*1736 1 

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Hannah Phelps

F, #1427, b. before 1630, d. between 1687 and 1689

FatherHenry Phelps
MotherHannah Henchman
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Birth*before 1630 England, He (Nicholas Phelps) married Hannah BASKEL ca 1650 in Salem, Essex, MA. She was born bef 1630 in England. She married James HILL bef 1676 in Perquimans, NC. She married Henry PHELPS aft 1662 in Salem, Essex, MA. She died aft 1693/4 in Perquimans, NC.
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Birth1654 Boston, Middlesex, Massachusetts 
Marriage*circa 1650 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, Hi Ken: Your webpage has been called to my attention by Scarlett Bowes as you have my Hannah Phelps article on the page. You seem to be accepting my research, but then you repeat all of the old misinformation about Hannah Baskel Phelps Phelps Hill. Why do you have Hannah Phelps who m. James Perisho as the daughter of Henry Phelps and Hannah Henchman? Hannah was the dau of Nicholas Phelps and Hannah Baskel. The family looks like this in my article that you copied. I will be glad to help you in any way I can in order to get your information on the webpage correct.

     1. Nicholas1 PHELPS, son of [Unknown] PHELPS and Eleanor [UNKNOWN], was born in England bef 1630. He died ca 1664 in Salem, Essex, MA.

     He married Hannah BASKEL ca 1650 in Salem, Essex, MA. She was born bef 1630 in England. She married James HILL bef 1676 in Perquimans, NC. She married Henry PHELPS aft 1662 in Salem, Essex, MA. She died aft 1693/4 in Perquimans, NC.

     Nicholas PHELPS and Hannah BASKEL had the following children:

     2      i.      Jonathan2 PHELPS was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1652. He died 21 Feb 1688/9 in Perquimans, NC. He married Hannah [UNKNOWN] ca 1674 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1654. She married John LILLY Mar 1690 in Perquimans, NC. She died 15 Feb 1700/1 in Perquimans, NC.

+      3      ii.      Hannah PHELPS was born ca 1654.

Second Generation

     3. Hannah2 PHELPS (Nicholas1) was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1654. She died ca 1688 in Perquimans, NC.

     She married twice. She married James PERISHO ca 1672 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1645 in France?. He died 29 Mar 1678/9 in Perquimans, NC. She married George CASTLETON 1679 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1654.

     Hannah PHELPS and James PERISHO had the following children:

     4      i.      Eleanor3 PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 18 Dec 1673. She died aft 1721/2 in Perquimans, NC. She married William BOGUE 5, 6m, 1689 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1665 in VA?. William was the son of [Unknown] BOGUE and Jane [UNKNOWN] BOGUE MOORE NOGGELL BYER NEWBY. He died 1721 in Perquimans, NC.

     5      ii.      James PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 25 Nov 1676. He died bef 1731 in Perquimans, NC. He married Mary MORGAN 18 Feb 1696/7 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1680 in Perquimans, NC. Mary was the daughter of James MORGAN and Jane KNEW KNEA. She died aft 1709/0 in Perquimans, NC.

     Hannah PHELPS and George CASTLETON had the following child:

     6      iii.      Hannah CASTLETON was born in Perquimans, NC 13 Mar 1679/80. She died 1752 in Perquimans, NC. She married twice. She married Ezekiel MAUDLIN 1694 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1674. He died 1706 in Perquimans, NC. She married Samuel CHARLES 1722 in Perquimans, NC. He was born 22 Mar 1673/4 in Perquimans, NC. Samuel was the son of William CHARLES and Abigail BAILEY. He married Elizabeth MORRIS 6, 10m, 1696 in Pasquotank MM, Pasquotank, NC. He died aft 12 Mar 1727/8 in Perquimans, NC.

Gwen Boyer Bjorkman

From: Gwen Boyer Bjorkman
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 3:35 PM
To: Ken
Cc: SCARLETT BOWES
Subject: Mullins Genealogy Web Page (p63.htm, Principal=Nicholas Phelps1 
Marriage*after 1662 Perquimans, Massachusetts, Principal=Henry Phelps1 
Marriage*before 1676 Perquimans, North Carolina, Principal=James Hill1 
Marriage Principal=James Perisho 
Death*between 1687 and 1689  
Deathafter 1693/94 Perquimans, Massachusetts1 
Note Hi Ken: Your webpage has been called to my attention by Scarlett Bowes as you have my Hannah Phelps article on the page. You seem to be accepting my research, but then you repeat all of the old misinformation about Hannah Baskel Phelps Phelps Hill. Why do you have Hannah Phelps who m. James Perisho as the daughter of Henry Phelps and Hannah Henchman? Hannah was the dau of Nicholas Phelps and Hannah Baskel. The family looks like this in my article that you copied. I will be glad to help you in any way I can in order to get your information on the webpage correct.

     1. Nicholas1 PHELPS, son of [Unknown] PHELPS and Eleanor [UNKNOWN], was born in England bef 1630.
He died ca 1664 in Salem, Essex, MA.

     He married Hannah BASKEL ca 1650 in Salem, Essex, MA. She was born bef 1630 in England. She married James HILL bef 1676 in Perquimans, NC. She married Henry PHELPS aft 1662 in Salem, Essex, MA. She died aft 1693/4 in Perquimans, NC.

     Nicholas PHELPS and Hannah BASKEL had the following children:

     2      i.      Jonathan2 PHELPS was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1652. He died 21 Feb 1688/9 in
Perquimans, NC. He married Hannah [UNKNOWN] ca 1674 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1654. She married John LILLY Mar 1690 in Perquimans, NC. She died 15 Feb 1700/1 in Perquimans, NC.
+      3      ii.      Hannah PHELPS was born ca 1654.

Second Generation

     3. Hannah2 PHELPS (Nicholas1) was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1654. She died ca 1688 in Perquimans, NC.

     She married twice. She married James PERISHO ca 1672 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1645 in France?. He died 29 Mar 1678/9 in Perquimans, NC. She married George CASTLETON 1679 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1654.

     Hannah PHELPS and James PERISHO had the following children:

     4      i.      Eleanor3 PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 18 Dec 1673. She died aft 1721/2 in
Perquimans, NC. She married William BOGUE 5, 6m, 1689 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1665 in VA?. William was the son of [Unknown] BOGUE and Jane [UNKNOWN] BOGUE MOORE NOGGELL BYER NEWBY. He died 1721 in Perquimans, NC.
     5      ii.      James PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 25 Nov 1676. He died bef 1731 in Perquimans,
NC. He married Mary MORGAN 18 Feb 1696/7 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1680 in Perquimans, NC. Mary was the daughter of James MORGAN and Jane KNEW KNEA. She died aft 1709/0 in Perquimans, NC.

     Hannah PHELPS and George CASTLETON had the following child:

     6      iii.      Hannah CASTLETON was born in Perquimans, NC 13 Mar 1679/80. She died 1752 in
Perquimans, NC. She married twice. She married Ezekiel MAUDLIN 1694 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1674. He died 1706 in Perquimans, NC. She married Samuel CHARLES 1722 in Perquimans, NC.
He was born 22 Mar 1673/4 in Perquimans, NC. Samuel was the son of William CHARLES and Abigail BAILEY. He married Elizabeth MORRIS 6, 10m, 1696 in Pasquotank MM, Pasquotank, NC. He died aft 12 Mar 1727/8 in Perquimans, NC.

Gwen Boyer Bjorkman

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Married Namebefore 1676 Hill1 
Married Name Perisho 
Note* 1. Hannah Baskel was probably born in England before 1630 and died, probably in Perquimans County, North Carolina, after 1695. She married, first, at Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1650, to Nicholas Phelps, who died before 1664 when she married, second, to his brother, Henry Phelps, they being sons of Eleanor (--?_-) Phelps Trusler by an unidentified husband. Hannah married, third, in Petquimans between 1672 and 1676, to James Hill, who had at least one son, Samuel, by a previous marriage. Hannah may have had a fourth, at Perquimans Quarterly Meeting, to Joseph Smith, on 7 March 1695/96.

Children of Nicholas and Hannah (Baskel) Phelps were as follows:

2 i. Jonathan Phelps, born about 1652 at Salem.
3 ii.Hannah Phelps, born about 1654 at Salem.

2. Jonathan Phelps (Hannah) was born about 1652 at Salem and died in Perquimans County, 21 February 1688/89. He married at Perquimans, about 1674, to Hannah (--?--). She married, secondly, at Perquimans, on “last of March 1690.” To John Lilly, by whom she had tow children born at Perquimans; Sarah (15 June 1691) and Hannah (29 September 1694). Hannah Phelps Lilly died 15 February 1700/01 and John Lilly died 17 July 1701, both at Perquimans. Most of the early Quaker meetings were held at the house of Jonathan Phelps. The monthly Meeting was established at his house in 1683.

Children of Jonathan and Hanna (--?--) Phelps, born at Perquimans County, were as follows:
4 i. Sarah Phelps, born 15 January 1676; died before 1688.
5 ii. Elizabeth Phelps, born 2 April 1679.
6 iii. Jonathan Phelps, born 6 November 1681; died before 1687.
7 iv. Samuel Phelps, born 6 August 1684
8 v. Jonathan Phelps, born 13 April 1687.

3. Hannah Phelps (Hannah) was born about 1654 at Salem and probably died in Perquimans between 1687 and 1689, before the marriage of her daughter Eleanor. She married, first, at Perquimans, about 1672, to James Perisho, who was born about 1645, possibly in France, and died at Perquimans on 29 March 1678. She married, second, at Perquimans, on 13th (--?--) 1679/80, to George Castleton, son of George and Mary Castleton of New Castle on Tyne, England.

Family tradition holds that James Perisho was born in Brittany, France, and was a sailor who was shipwrecked and landed at Edenton, Albemarle Sound. As James “Perrishaw,” he was claimed as a headright by Thomas Carteret on 29 March 1680, for propritary rights recorded in 1694. The Perisho and Castleton land grants were on the Perquimans River, south of Jonathan Phelps grant.

Children of James and Hannah (Phelps) Perisho, both born in Perquimans, were as follows.

9 i. Eleanor Perisho, born 18 December 1673.
10 ii. James Perisho, born 25 November 1676.

The one child of George and Hannah (Phelps) Castleton, born in Perquimans, was Hannah Castleton, born 13 March 1679.

7. Samuel Phelps (Jonathan, Hannah) was born 6 August 1684 in Perquimans and died there between April and July 1728. He married at Perquimans, about 1705, to Hannah (--?--). In 1701 he and James Chesen petitioned the court for a share in the crop made that year at John Lilly’s, saying that they had lived with Lilly (his stepfather) until he died. Samuel was awarded a full share and Chesen was given a half share. By an act of the assembly in 1715, Samuel was appointed a vestryman in the established church; and in 1724 he was appointed justice of the peace for the precinct of Perquimans.
Children of Samuel and Hannah (--?--) Phelps, all born in Perquimans County, were as follows:

12 i. Samuel Phelps, born 17 November 1706-7, died young.
13 ii. Jonathan Phelps, died young.
14 iii. John Phelps, born 13 January 1716/17; died young
15 iv. William Phelps, died April 1752, Perquimans County, without issue.
16 v. James Phelps, died young

Jonathan Phelps (Jonathan, Hannah) was born 13 April 1687, in Perquimans, and died there between December and January 1732/33. He married at Perquimans Monthly Meeting, 16 12m (February) 1720, to Elizabeth Toms. She was the daughter of Francis Toms and Margaret (Bogue) Lawrence, who had been married “at a Meeting At ye sd. Lawrancees Hows ye 8 day of Jun Anno 1696.” Elizabeth married, second, at Perquimans in 1734, to Zachariah Nixon, Jr. In her will, dated 16 February 1769, Elizabeth Nixon names three grandchildren: Jonathan Phelps (son of Henry) and Benjamin and Dorothy Phelps (children of Jonathan).
Children of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Toms) Phelps, born in Perquimans, were as follow:

17 i. Henry Phelps, born 5 Marcy 1724/25; married 3 6m (August) 1748, Margaret Newby; died 1752, Perquimans County. She married, second, 3 10m (October) 1753, to Joseph Outland.
18 ii. Elizabeth Phelps, born 29 August 1728 (overwritten 1729); married 6 11m (January) 1747, to John Symons; married, second, 5 10m (December) 1750, to Joseph Anderson; died in Perquimans.
19 iii. Jonathan Phelps, born 12m (February) 1730/32; married 5 October 1750, Dorothy Jordan; died 1759, Perquimans. She married, second, 4 April 1762, to John Skinner.
20 iv. Mourning Phelps, born 10 10m (December) 1732; married 4 2m (April) 1750, to Mark Newby; died in Perquimans.

9. Eleanor Perisho (Hannah Phelps, Hannah) was born 18 December 1673, in Perquimans and died there after 1722. She married at the Perquimans Monthly Meeting held at Jonathan Phelps’s “Old Plantation” on 5 6m (August) 1689, to William Bogue. Bogue was probably born in Virginia and died at Perquimans between December 1720 and April 1721.
Children of William and Eleanor (Perisho) Bogue, all born in Perquimans, were as follows:

21 i. Hannah Bogue, born 26 Deceber 1690/91; died young.
22 ii. Elizabeth Bogue, married 17 10m (December) 1719, to Jacob Hill, Perquimans.
23 iii. William Bogue, born 8 December 1696; married 15 12m (Feburary) 1727, to Sarah Duke; died 6 1m (March) 1745, Perquimans.
24 iv. Eleanor Bogue, born 26 February 1701/02; died young.
25 v. Robert Bogue, born 1702/03; married 4 8m (October) 1738, to Rachel Pearson; died 1786/88, Jones County, North Carolina.
26 vi. Josiah Bogue, born March 1707/08; married 3 11m(January) 1732, to Deborah Nicholson; died between March and July 1752, in Perquimans.
27 vii. Jean Bogue.
28 viii Myriam Bogue, born 11 March 1716/17; married 3 8m (October) 1739, to Gideon Bundy. She died 14 3m (March) 1762, and he on 17 2m (February) 1762, both in Pasquotank.
29 ix. Rachel Bogue, married 12 4m (June) 1733-34, to Peter Pearson, Perquimans.

10. James Perisho (Hannah Phelps, Hannah) was born 25 November 1676 in Perquimans and died there before 1731. He married there on 18 February 1696/97, to Mary Morgan (daughter of James Morgan and Jane Knew, who were married in “Mary Land the 12th of October 1673, according to the Perquimans Precinct Register).

Children of James and Mary (Morgan) Perisho, born in Perquimans, were as follows:

30 i. Jane Perisho, born 12 December 1697.
31 ii. James Perisho, born 2 March 1700/01; married about 1722 to Sarah (--?--); and died 1744, in Perquimans.
32 iii. John Perisho, born 4 November 1703; married Jean (--?--); died between 12m (February) 1755 and April 1759, in Perquimans.
33 iv. Joseph Perisho, born about 1705; married 5 August 1742, to Deborah Wood; died between November 1762 and April 1763, in Perquimans. She married, second 21 December 1763, to Thomas Nichols.
34 v. Joshua Perisho, born about 1710, married first, Elizabeth (--?--); married second, 14 5m (May) 1755, to Rachel Small; married, third, 14 4m (April) 1763, Mariam (Morris Trueblood; died 22 4m (April) 1797, in Pasquotank..

(This was taken from “National Genealogical Society Quarterly Dec 1987 Vol. #75 NO. #4 pages 289-302)

I would like to Thank Gwen Boyer Bjorkman for giving me permission to list this information.
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Note http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/2995/hannah.htm
A Quaker Woman and Her Offspring
By Gwen Boyer Bjorkman

It is usually difficult to document the lives of colonial women. As a category, they left few legal documents. Yet, through sundry records, it is possible to reconstruct the life of one remarkable woman – Hannah (Baskel) Phelps Phelps Hill. One does not read about Hannah in standard histories of early America, yet she held the first Quaker meeting in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in her home in Salem and later opened her home to the first Quaker meeting in the Albemarle settlement of Carolina. She was truly the Proverbs 31 lady. After all these years “her children (will now) rise up and bless her;… saying: “Many daughters have done nobly, but you excel them all!” Despite her accomplishments, however, Hannah did not set out to be a noble heroine in concerned.

The search for Hannah began in the records that men have left to chronicle the past. Before 1652, she came to the Massachusetts Bay Colony from England; an undated deposition of one Jane Johnson provides the only record of Hannah’s maiden name, Baskel. It reveals that, at the time of the deposition Hannah was the wife of Nicholas Phelps but at the date of “coming over in the ship,” she was in the company of his brother, Henry. The document also labels her a “strumpet.” Obviously, Hannah was a woman of independent mind, not much inclined to conform to the dictates of convention. This trait was to bring her blessings, scorn, and persecution:

Deposition of Jane Johnson: Saith yt: coming over in the ship with Henry Phelps & Hannah the now wife of Nich: Phelps: Henry Phelps going ashore the ship lying at the to goe ashore with Henry Phelps: & henry came aboard late in the night, the morning mr Falckner Child Henry Phelps & Hannah & said was it not enough for you to et Hannah lay her head in your lapp but must shee ly in ye Cabbin to & called Hannah Strumpet & this deponent saith farther yt she saw Hednry Phelps .lly in his Cabbin & Hannah Baskel the now wife of Nich Phelps came & lay down her head by him & pull her head up again often as he lay in his Cabbin: Y when he was smocking in the Cook roome tobacco Hannah tooke the pip out of his mought, etc., etc.

One Henry Phelps arrived in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1634 on the ship Hercules, under John Kiddey, Master. His destination was said to be Salem. However, the Phelps family may have been in Salem before this date. It is know that Elenor Phelps, mother of Henry and Nicholas Phelps, had married Thomas Trusler of Salem and that they were members of the first church in Salem in 1639. One historian holds that Trusler probably came to Salem in 1629, when a kiln for the burning of bricks and tiles were built, and that he continued this business until his death in 1654. There has been found no record of a previous wife or children for Trusler in Salem, so it is possible that Eleanor married him in England and came to the Bay Colony with him and her five Phelps children. Eleanor mentions in her 1655 will “the legacy bequeathed by my late husband to his Daughter in England.” Trusler’s will has been lost. The inventory of his estate has been preserved.

What did Hannah find in her new home in Salem? She found independent minded people who, like herself, were interested in change. She also found others who rigorously opposed any thought contrary to theirs. Since all political and social life was centered in the church, religion was the arena for the excitement of dissent. Roger Williams had a short pastorate in Salem, around 1634, before being banished to Rhode Island. Robert Moulton, a Phelps neighbor, had been excommunicated from the Salem Church in 1637 for antinomian heresy during the Wheelwright controversy. Between 1638 and 1650, nine people from Salem were tried at Quarterly Court for heretical opinions, and five of the nine were women. Lady Deborah Moody, a church member since 1640, was charged with Anabaptism in 1642: rather than recant she moved to Long Island. Samuel Gorton was tried in Boston, jailed there, and sent to Rhode Island for his Separatist beliefs. Eleanor Trusler also was taken to court, in April 1644, for her Gortonist opinions, saying, “our teacher Mr. Norris taught the people lies.” Governor Winthrop was advised to bind her over to Boston Court as an example others might fear, lest “that heresie doeth spread which at length may prove dangerous.” At the Trusler trial, one Casandra Southwich testified that Eleanor “did question the government ever since she came.” This was Salem in Hannah’s day.

The shipboard romance alleged between Hannah and Henry Phelps did not result in their immediate marriage. Instead, Henry married (or had been married) to another woman, by whom he had a son, John (born about 1645). While Hannah married his brother Nicholas. Historians have not always treated the latter kindly – he has been called “a weak man, and one whose back was crooked” but it can be argued that he had a strong spirit much akin to Hannah’s. They had two children (Jonathan, born about 1652, and Hannah, born about 1654) with whom they lived on the Trusler farm in “the woods” about five miles from the meeting house in Salem. Situated at the site of the modern town of West Peabody, the farm had been devised to Nicholas and Henry jointly, in 1655, by their mother.

It was in the late 1650’s that the Phelpses became involved in Quakerism. The Society of Friends, or Quakers, had been founded in England in 1648 by George Fox; and it teachings were brought to Boston, in July 1656, by tow female missionaries. However, it is believed that books and tracts by Fox and other Quakers might have been brought to the colony in earlier years. In 1657 William Marston, a Hampton-Salem boatman, was cited for having Quaker pamplets in his possession. There is a passage in a letter written in 1656 from Barbados by Henry Fell, which provides the earlier mention of Quakerism in Salem.

In plimouth patent … there is a people not soe ridged as the others at Boston and there are great desires among them after the Truth. Some there are, as I hear, convinced who meet in silence at a place called Salem.

Another passage bearing on the Salem group is found in Cotton Mather’s Magnalia:
I can tell the world that the first Quakers that ever were in the world were certain fanaticks here in our town of Salem, who held forth almost all the fancies and whimsies which a few years after were broached by them that were so called in England, with whom yet none of ours had the least communication.

In 1657, the invasion of Massachusetts by Quakers began when visiting Friends from England landed in Boston Harbor and were immediately imprisoned. If the group at Salem had been meeting quietly for several years, they went public when – on Sunday, 27 June 1658 – a meeting was held at the home of Nicholas and Hannah Phelps. This was the first meeting of record in the colony. Two visiting Friends at that meeting, William Brend and William Leddera, acknowledged that they were Quakers and were sent to prison with six Salem residents who were also in attendance. Nicholas and Hannah were fined.

Quaker meetings continued to be held regularly at the Phelps home, in defiance of the law. In September 1658, Samuel Shattock, Nicholas Phelps, and Joshua Buffum were arrested and sentenced by the court to prison, where Nicholas was “cruelly whipped” three times in five days for refusing to work. Within months, Nicholas and six neighbors were called before the court again. This time they were banished on pain of death, with two weeks being allowed to settle their affairs. It was at the end of May 1659 that Phelps and Shattock sailed for Barbados with the intention of continuing on to England to present the matter before parliament. However, because of the unsettled state of affairs in England, they were not to return until late 1661.

In the meanwhile, Hannah was left in Salem with the care of the farm and their two small children. The Quaker meetings continued to be held at her home, and she was fined every year from 1658 to 1663 for nonattendance at the Salem Church. In the fall of 1659, she with five others from Salem went to Boston to give comfort to two visiting Friends from England who had been sentenced to death for their faith and defiance of the laws of the colony. She and her group were arrested and imprisoned also. On 12 November, two weeks after the execution of the condemned Friends, the Salem party was brought forth to be sentenced for “adherence to the cursed sect of the Quakers” and “theire disorderly practises & vagabond like life in absenting themselves from theire family relations and runing from place to place without any just reason.” They were admonished, whipped, and sent home.

Upon Hannah’s return, her house and land were seized by the Salem Court in payment of the fines levied against her and Nicholas. Henry came to the rescue of his sister-in-law, arguing that the court could take only the half of the property belonging to Nicholas. He managed to obtain control of the entire farm and allowed Hannah and the children to remain there. Did Henry now become interested in his sister-in-law, since his brother was in England, or did he now become interested in the Quaker teachings? There are no records of Henry’s being fined for Quaker leanings.

One thing is clear from the records: where Henry had once been a respected part of the community, he was now suspected. At the Quarterly Court of 26 June 1660, Major William Hawthorn was ordered to inquire after the misuse of John Phelps by his father.

Henry Phelps, of Salem, was complained of at the county court at Boston, July 31, 1660, for beating his son, John Phelps, and forcing him to work carrying dung and mending a hogshead on the Lord’s day, also for intimacy with his brother’s wife and for entertaining Quakers. It was ordered that John Phelps, the son, be given over to his uncle, Mr. Edmond Batter, to take care of him and place him out to some religious family as an apprentice, said Henry, the father, to pay to Mr. Batter what the boy’s grandmother left him, to be improved to said John Phelps, best advantage. Said Henry Phelps was ordered to give bond for his good behavior until the next Salem court, and especially not to be found in the company of Nicholas Phelps, wife, and to answer at that time concerning the entertaining of Quakers.

The testimony seems to imply that Henry Phelps was living with his brother’s wife and holding Quaker meetings. The charges were expressed even more bluntly at the November 1660 Quarterly Court:

Henry Phelps, being bound to this court to answer a complaint for keeping company or in the house wit his brother’s wife, and appearing, was released of his bond. Upon further consideration and examination of some witnesses, which the court did not see meet for the present to bring forth in public (Was this when the deposition of Jane Johnson was taken?), and the wife of Nicholas Phelps not appearing, said Phelps was bound to the next court at Salem. He was ordered meanwhile to keep from the company of his brother Nicholas Phelps’s wife.

Hannah had final say on the subject. At Salem Court, 28 June 1661, Thomas Flint and John Upton testified that, coming into Henry Phelps'’ house on a Sabbath-day evening, they heard Hannah say that “Higgeson had sent out his wolves apace.” John Upton asked her if Mr. Higgeson sent the wolves amongst them to kill their creatures and she answered. “The bloodhounds, to catch the sheep and lambs.” She was sentenced to be fined or whipped, and one William Flint promised to pay the fine.

Political events soon eased the Phelp’s persecution – albeit slightly. The days of Cromwell and the Puritans were over in England in 1660. A new parliament proclaimed the banished Prince Charles as king, invited him to return from exile, and placed him on the throne of his father. As Charles II, he read and sympathized with the petition of those Quakers in England who had been banished from Massachusetts. That document contained a list of the sufferings of “the people called Quakers,” and Number 15 stated, “One inhabitant of Salem, since banished on pain of death had one-half of his house and land seized.” On 9 September 1661, Charles II issued an order to the Bay Colony to cease the persecution of Quakers and appointed Samuel Shattock to bear the “King’s Missive” to Boston. No mention was made of Nicholas Phelps’s return at that time, although the historian Perley claimed “they returned together, but Mr. Phelps, being weak in body after some time died.” It is known that Nicholas and Hannah were together again in Salem by June 1662 when, at the Quarterly Court, “Nicholas Phelpes and his wife… were presented for frequent absence from meeting on the Sabbath Day.” Hannah was fined alone in 1663.

On 18 July 1664, Henry Phelps sold the property that he and his brother had inherited from their mother in 1655, and he, Hannah, and the children left Massachusetts. Many of their friends had departed already for Long Island or Rhode Island, but some had journeyed to far-off Carolina, where a new settlement was beginning on Albemarle Sound. It was the latter colony to which Henry and Hannah headed. Presumably they married in a Quaker meeting before setting off by ship, with what possessions they had left.

In 1660 or earlier, a few Virginians had crossed into the Albemarle region, then called Chowan. By charters of 1663 and 1665, Charles II granted to eight proprietors a tract of land which was to lie between the present states of Virginia and Florida, a vast tract that was named Carolina, and the colony which had already sprung up there was designated Albemarle County. Another settlement was begun at Cape Fear in 1664 by a group from Barbados and New England; their area became the county of Clarendon. By 1664, however, the latter group had deserted the Cape and moved to Albemarle.

Fittingly, the first record found of Hannah in Carolina spotlights her religious activities. In 1653 on William Edmundson converted to Quakerism in England; and from 1661 he was recognized as leader of the Irish Quakers. He first visited America with George Fox as a traveling Friend in 1672. While Fox went to New England, Edmundson traversed Virginia; about the first of accompanied him as guides but became lost, saying they had “gone past the place were we intended.” Edmundson found a path that “brought us to the place where we intended, viz. Henry Phillips’s (Phelps) House by Albemarle river.”

It is Edmundson who accounts for the life of Henry and Hannah during the years in which legal records are silent. “He (Phelps) and his wife had been convinced of the truth in New England, and came there to live, who having not seen a Friend for seven years before, they wept for joy to see us.” Some scholars have interpreted this passage in Edmundson”s journal to mean that Henry and Hannah were the only Quaker family in Albemarle in 1672. However, evidence does exist of another couple; Christopher and Hannah (Rednap) Nicholson who had become Quakers and had been persecuted in Massachusetts. The Nicholsons had arrived in Albemarle Sound, probably by 1663, and were neighbors of Henry and Hannah Phelps. It is also known that Isaac and Damaris (Shattuck) Page came to Albemarle from Salem, after both had been fined as Quakers.

Edmundson’s journal also revels that the first recorded Quaker meeting in Albemarle was held at the Phelps’s home, just as the first recorded Quaker meeting at Salem had been sponsored by Nicholas and Hannah. Edmundson said, “it being on a first day morning when we got there… I desired them to send to the people there-away to come to a meeting about the middle of the day.” Hannah opened her home yet again to the “Lord’s testimony,” as brought by the visiting Friends. Following the visit of Edmundson, Fox himself came to Albemarle in November 1672, stopping first at Joseph Scott’s home by Perquimans River, where he held a meeting, and then “we passed by water for miles to Henry Phillips’s (Phelps) house” and held a meeting there.

Edmundson returned to Albemarle in 1676, and again the faithful Hannah appears in his journal:
We took our journey through the wilderness, and in two days came well to Carolina, first to James Hall’s (Hill’s) house, who went from Ireland to Virginia with his family. His wife died there, and he had married the widow Phillips (Phelps) at Carolina, and lived there; but he had not heard that I was in those parts of the world. When I came into the house, I saw only a woman servant; I asked for her master. She said he was sick. I asked for her mistress, she said she was gone abroad… so I went into the room, where he was laid on the bed, sick of an ague with face to the wall. I called him by his name, and said no more; he turned himself, and looked earnestly at me a pretty time, and was amazed; at last he asked if that was William? I said yes.

Between Edmundson’s journeys of 1672 and 1676, Henry died and Hannah married James Hill. James was probably a convert of Edmundson in Ireland or in Virginia, since they knew each other by first name. In November 1676, the Lords Proprietors had issued commissions to men designated as deputies in Albemarle. James Hill, Esq., was deputy of the Durke of Albemarle. During Culpeper’s Rebellion in 1677, Hill helped one Thomas Miller escape and a guard of soldiers was put at his house. Promptly on his return from Virginia, he, along with Francis Jones and Christopher Nicholson, was arrested. Hannah Phelps Hill was again in the thick of conflict.

The Quakers drew up a “Remonstrance” to the proprietors protesting their treatment, outlining the above acts, and declaring they were “a peaceable people.” It was signed on 13 September 1679 by twenty-one Quakers, including Jones, and Nicholson, together with Joseph Scott, Isaac Page and Jonathan Phelps, son of Nicholas and Hannah. Under their signatures, it was written that most of the subscribers “have been Inhabitants in Carolina since the yeares 1663 and 1664.” The Quakers had not been persecuted in Carolina previous to this time, but it is recorded in the minutes of Perquimans Monthly Meeting that about the fourth or fifth month of 1680, nine Friends were fined and put into prison for refusing to bear arms in the muster field. Among those nine were five of the signers of the 1679 remonstrance including Jonathan Phelps and Samuel Hill, son of James.

Hannah’s devotion to religion did not prompt her to neglect her family, however. She appears again in court records to champion the cause of her grandchildren. In the intervening years, her daughter Hannah had twice wed first to James Perisho and second, in 1679, to George Castleton. On 30 Mary 1680, it was ordered by the Lords Proprietors that one hundred acres of land be laid out, for “James Perishaws Orphants, “James Perishaws Orphants,” for the transportation of two persons, namely their parents “James and Hannah Perishaw.” However, complications arose involving this second husband, Castleton; and Hannah the family troubles appear in the court records of October 1685:

Whereas George Castleton hath absented himself from the County and Imbezled the estate belonging to the Orphans of James Perisho deceased, It is therefore ordered that no person or persons buy any cattle belonging to the said Orphans or any part of the estate of the said Castleton and that Jonathan Phelps gather the corne and measure the same and deliver the one half to Hannah Castleton and secure the other half till further order.

Castleton apparently returned to the county, and problems continued. In October 1687 the court ordered:
That Hannah Castelton the wife of George Castleton doe repaire home to her husband and live with him and that if she departs from him any more it is ordered that the majestrates doe forthwith use such meanes as may cause her to live with her husband.

The younger Hannah apparently did not live long past this point; she is not mentioned as attending the wedding of her daughter on 5 August 1689, although the grandmother Hannah did. In October of that year, the older Hannah appeared in court, concerned for the welfare of Hannah, Jr.’s son by her first husband: At a Court Holden for the precinct of Pequimins at the house of Mary Scot on the first Mondy being the 7th. Of October 1689… Hannah Hill Grandmother to James Perishaw hath petitioned this Court to have the management of the stock belonginge to the sd. James Perishaw, It is therefore Ordered that after the last of this intant October the sd. Hannah Hill take into her custodie the Stock belonginge to James Perishaw, and manage the same for the childs Care, putting in security for the same.

For his proprietary land rights, Hannah’s son Jonathan took out a patent in 1684, covering for hundred acres near Robert Wilson on the west side of the Perquimans River. In his will written in 1688, he gave this four hundred acres (where he then lived) to his son Samuel. In 1692, Robert Wilson and John Lilly, executors of Jonathan Phelps, went to court to divide the property. The suit was continued in 1693, when Hannah Hill petitioned for “hur Halfe of ye plantation”; and it was ordered that “Shee be posesed with it.” This patent was renewed by Samuel Phelps as son and heir in 1695.

All of Albemarle’s early land records have not survived. However, it is commonly accepted in the history of Perquimans County that the land Henry Phelps lived on, when Edmundson paid him the visit in 1672, was the land on the narrows of the Perquimans River that was granted to his grandson, Jonathan Phelps, in 1694 and that part of this grant became the town Hertford. This should be partly true. It was Hannah Phelps’s grandson, Jonathan Phelps, who became owner of the property; but without recorded wills or deeds, the details of the property’s transfer are cloudy. Since Hannah was the only one the original family still living in 1694, it was she who proved rights for fifteen persons transported into the county of Albemarle. There were, Henry Phelps (her 2nd husband), Hanah his Wife (herself), John Phelps (Henry’s son), Jonathan Phelps (her son), Hanah Phelps junr (her daughter), Robt. Pane, James Hill (her 3rd husband), Saml. Hill (son of James Hill), Mary Hill, Nathanl. Spivey and his wife Judith, John Spivey, Sarah Spivey, Anne Spivey, (and) Jonathan Phelps his freedom.

This document implies one other situation not otherwise documented by extant records; After the death of Nicholas, Hannah’s son by him was apparently bound to his uncle and her second husband Henry. Once Jonathan’s servitude expired, in North Carolina, he was eligible for his own grant.

The fifteen rights named in the foregoing document amounted to 750 acres. At the time of the survey in 1694, Hannah assigned the first six rights to her grandson, Jonathan Phelps, who was then seven years old; eight rights to her grandson, Samuel Phelps, age ten; and the last right to Robert Wilson, the executor of the estate of her son Jonathan.

Hannah, who outlived her three husbands and her two children, had now provided for her grandchildren. She had seen the establishment of the Quaker meetings and Quaker life in Albemarle. A 1709 letter of Mr. Gordon, a Church of England missionary, stated that the Quakers then numbered “about the tenth part of the inhabitants: of Carolina. And in Perquimans Precinct, he said, they “are very numerous, extremely ignorant, insufferably proud and ambitious, and consequently ungovernable.” It is because she was proud ambitious, and ungovernable that one is now able to document the life of Hannah and her children.
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Family 1

Nicholas Phelps b. b 1630, d. c 1664
Marriage*circa 1650 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, Hi Ken: Your webpage has been called to my attention by Scarlett Bowes as you have my Hannah Phelps article on the page. You seem to be accepting my research, but then you repeat all of the old misinformation about Hannah Baskel Phelps Phelps Hill. Why do you have Hannah Phelps who m. James Perisho as the daughter of Henry Phelps and Hannah Henchman? Hannah was the dau of Nicholas Phelps and Hannah Baskel. The family looks like this in my article that you copied. I will be glad to help you in any way I can in order to get your information on the webpage correct.

     1. Nicholas1 PHELPS, son of [Unknown] PHELPS and Eleanor [UNKNOWN], was born in England bef 1630. He died ca 1664 in Salem, Essex, MA.

     He married Hannah BASKEL ca 1650 in Salem, Essex, MA. She was born bef 1630 in England. She married James HILL bef 1676 in Perquimans, NC. She married Henry PHELPS aft 1662 in Salem, Essex, MA. She died aft 1693/4 in Perquimans, NC.

     Nicholas PHELPS and Hannah BASKEL had the following children:

     2      i.      Jonathan2 PHELPS was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1652. He died 21 Feb 1688/9 in Perquimans, NC. He married Hannah [UNKNOWN] ca 1674 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1654. She married John LILLY Mar 1690 in Perquimans, NC. She died 15 Feb 1700/1 in Perquimans, NC.

+      3      ii.      Hannah PHELPS was born ca 1654.

Second Generation

     3. Hannah2 PHELPS (Nicholas1) was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1654. She died ca 1688 in Perquimans, NC.

     She married twice. She married James PERISHO ca 1672 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1645 in France?. He died 29 Mar 1678/9 in Perquimans, NC. She married George CASTLETON 1679 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1654.

     Hannah PHELPS and James PERISHO had the following children:

     4      i.      Eleanor3 PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 18 Dec 1673. She died aft 1721/2 in Perquimans, NC. She married William BOGUE 5, 6m, 1689 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1665 in VA?. William was the son of [Unknown] BOGUE and Jane [UNKNOWN] BOGUE MOORE NOGGELL BYER NEWBY. He died 1721 in Perquimans, NC.

     5      ii.      James PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 25 Nov 1676. He died bef 1731 in Perquimans, NC. He married Mary MORGAN 18 Feb 1696/7 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1680 in Perquimans, NC. Mary was the daughter of James MORGAN and Jane KNEW KNEA. She died aft 1709/0 in Perquimans, NC.

     Hannah PHELPS and George CASTLETON had the following child:

     6      iii.      Hannah CASTLETON was born in Perquimans, NC 13 Mar 1679/80. She died 1752 in Perquimans, NC. She married twice. She married Ezekiel MAUDLIN 1694 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1674. He died 1706 in Perquimans, NC. She married Samuel CHARLES 1722 in Perquimans, NC. He was born 22 Mar 1673/4 in Perquimans, NC. Samuel was the son of William CHARLES and Abigail BAILEY. He married Elizabeth MORRIS 6, 10m, 1696 in Pasquotank MM, Pasquotank, NC. He died aft 12 Mar 1727/8 in Perquimans, NC.

Gwen Boyer Bjorkman

From: Gwen Boyer Bjorkman
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 3:35 PM
To: Ken
Cc: SCARLETT BOWES
Subject: Mullins Genealogy Web Page (p63.htm, Principal=Nicholas Phelps1 

Family 2

Henry Phelps
Marriage*after 1662 Perquimans, Massachusetts, Principal=Henry Phelps1 

Family 3

James Hill
Marriage*before 1676 Perquimans, North Carolina, Principal=James Hill1 

Family 4

James Perisho b. 1645, d. 29 Mar 1678
Marriage Principal=James Perisho 
Child

Reference1309

Citations

  1. [S228] Unknown compiler, National Genealogical Society Quarterly Dec 1987 Vol. #75 NO. #4 pages 289-302.
  2. [S228] Unknown compiler, National Genealogical Society Quarterly Dec 1987 Vol. #75 NO. #4 pages 289-302, National Genealogical Society Quarterly Dec 1987 Vol. #75 NO. #4 pages 289-302.
  3. [S228] Unknown compiler, National Genealogical Society Quarterly Dec 1987 Vol. #75 NO. #4 pages 289-302, http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/2995/hannah.htm
    Gwen Boyer Bjorkman.

Henry Phelps

M, #1693

Last Edited4 Oct 1994
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Marriage* Principal=Hannah Henchman 

Family

Hannah Henchman
Child

Henry Phelps1

M, #5613

Last Edited2 Oct 2004
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Marriage*after 1662 Perquimans, Massachusetts, Principal=Hannah Phelps1 

Family

Hannah Phelps b. b 1630, d. bt 1687 - 1689

Citations

  1. [S228] Unknown compiler, National Genealogical Society Quarterly Dec 1987 Vol. #75 NO. #4 pages 289-302.

John Phelps1

M, #4041, b. circa 1734

FatherAventon Phelps1 b. 1711, d. 1790
MotherRachel McElory1 b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
John Phelps|b. c 1734|p105.htm#i4041|Aventon Phelps|b. 1711\nd. 1790|p105.htm#i3634|Rachel McElory|b. 7 Aug 1713\nd. 23 Nov 1765|p88.htm#i3635|Thomas Felps|b. 15 Sep 1664\nd. 2 Apr 1758|p49.htm#i3640|Rosannah Swift||p138.htm#i3641|John McElory|b. 1690\nd. 1763|p88.htm#i3636|Frances Durham||p40.htm#i3637|

Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
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Birth*circa 1734 1 
Marriage*12 February 1766 North Carolina, Principal=Mary Williams1 

Family

Mary Williams

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Lucretia Phelps1

F, #4038, b. circa 1733

FatherAventon Phelps1 b. 1711, d. 1790
MotherRachel McElory1 b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
Lucretia Phelps|b. c 1733|p105.htm#i4038|Aventon Phelps|b. 1711\nd. 1790|p105.htm#i3634|Rachel McElory|b. 7 Aug 1713\nd. 23 Nov 1765|p88.htm#i3635|Thomas Felps|b. 15 Sep 1664\nd. 2 Apr 1758|p49.htm#i3640|Rosannah Swift||p138.htm#i3641|John McElory|b. 1690\nd. 1763|p88.htm#i3636|Frances Durham||p40.htm#i3637|

Relationship7th great-grandaunt of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited17 May 2003
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Birth*circa 1733 1 
Marriage*before 1762 Principal=Lloyd (H-O L. Phelps)1 
Marriage*circa 1762 Principal=Ezekiel Smith1 
Married Namebefore 1762 (H-O L. Phelps) 
Married Namecirca 1762 Smith 

Family 1

Lloyd (H-O L. Phelps)

Family 2

Ezekiel Smith b. 1742

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Nicholas Phelps1

M, #5610, b. before 1630, d. circa 1664

MotherEleanor (?)1
Nicholas Phelps|b. b 1630\nd. c 1664|p105.htm#i5610||||Eleanor (?)||p4.htm#i5611|||||||||||||

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Birth*before 1630 England1 
Marriage*circa 1650 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, Hi Ken: Your webpage has been called to my attention by Scarlett Bowes as you have my Hannah Phelps article on the page. You seem to be accepting my research, but then you repeat all of the old misinformation about Hannah Baskel Phelps Phelps Hill. Why do you have Hannah Phelps who m. James Perisho as the daughter of Henry Phelps and Hannah Henchman? Hannah was the dau of Nicholas Phelps and Hannah Baskel. The family looks like this in my article that you copied. I will be glad to help you in any way I can in order to get your information on the webpage correct.

     1. Nicholas1 PHELPS, son of [Unknown] PHELPS and Eleanor [UNKNOWN], was born in England bef 1630. He died ca 1664 in Salem, Essex, MA.

     He married Hannah BASKEL ca 1650 in Salem, Essex, MA. She was born bef 1630 in England. She married James HILL bef 1676 in Perquimans, NC. She married Henry PHELPS aft 1662 in Salem, Essex, MA. She died aft 1693/4 in Perquimans, NC.

     Nicholas PHELPS and Hannah BASKEL had the following children:

     2      i.      Jonathan2 PHELPS was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1652. He died 21 Feb 1688/9 in Perquimans, NC. He married Hannah [UNKNOWN] ca 1674 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1654. She married John LILLY Mar 1690 in Perquimans, NC. She died 15 Feb 1700/1 in Perquimans, NC.

+      3      ii.      Hannah PHELPS was born ca 1654.

Second Generation

     3. Hannah2 PHELPS (Nicholas1) was born in Salem, Essex, MA ca 1654. She died ca 1688 in Perquimans, NC.

     She married twice. She married James PERISHO ca 1672 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1645 in France?. He died 29 Mar 1678/9 in Perquimans, NC. She married George CASTLETON 1679 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1654.

     Hannah PHELPS and James PERISHO had the following children:

     4      i.      Eleanor3 PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 18 Dec 1673. She died aft 1721/2 in Perquimans, NC. She married William BOGUE 5, 6m, 1689 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1665 in VA?. William was the son of [Unknown] BOGUE and Jane [UNKNOWN] BOGUE MOORE NOGGELL BYER NEWBY. He died 1721 in Perquimans, NC.

     5      ii.      James PERISHO was born in Perquimans, NC 25 Nov 1676. He died bef 1731 in Perquimans, NC. He married Mary MORGAN 18 Feb 1696/7 in Perquimans, NC. She was born ca 1680 in Perquimans, NC. Mary was the daughter of James MORGAN and Jane KNEW KNEA. She died aft 1709/0 in Perquimans, NC.

     Hannah PHELPS and George CASTLETON had the following child:

     6      iii.      Hannah CASTLETON was born in Perquimans, NC 13 Mar 1679/80. She died 1752 in Perquimans, NC. She married twice. She married Ezekiel MAUDLIN 1694 in Perquimans, NC. He was born ca 1674. He died 1706 in Perquimans, NC. She married Samuel CHARLES 1722 in Perquimans, NC. He was born 22 Mar 1673/4 in Perquimans, NC. Samuel was the son of William CHARLES and Abigail BAILEY. He married Elizabeth MORRIS 6, 10m, 1696 in Pasquotank MM, Pasquotank, NC. He died aft 12 Mar 1727/8 in Perquimans, NC.

Gwen Boyer Bjorkman

From: Gwen Boyer Bjorkman
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 3:35 PM
To: Ken
Cc: SCARLETT BOWES
Subject: Mullins Genealogy Web Page (p63.htm, Principal=Hannah Phelps1 
Death*circa 1664 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts1 

Family

Hannah Phelps b. b 1630, d. bt 1687 - 1689

Citations

  1. [S228] Unknown compiler, National Genealogical Society Quarterly Dec 1987 Vol. #75 NO. #4 pages 289-302.

Thomas Aventon Phelps1

M, #4043, b. circa 1734, d. 1794

FatherAventon Phelps1 b. 1711, d. 1790
MotherRachel McElory1 b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
Thomas Aventon Phelps|b. c 1734\nd. 1794|p105.htm#i4043|Aventon Phelps|b. 1711\nd. 1790|p105.htm#i3634|Rachel McElory|b. 7 Aug 1713\nd. 23 Nov 1765|p88.htm#i3635|Thomas Felps|b. 15 Sep 1664\nd. 2 Apr 1758|p49.htm#i3640|Rosannah Swift||p138.htm#i3641|John McElory|b. 1690\nd. 1763|p88.htm#i3636|Frances Durham||p40.htm#i3637|

Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited23 Dec 2000
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Birth*circa 1734 Virginia1 
Marriage*circa 1765 Principal=Jane Smith1 
Death*1794 Rowan, North Carolina1 

Family

Jane Smith b. 1728, d. 1818

Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

William Phelps1

M, #4035

FatherAventon Phelps1 b. 1711, d. 1790
MotherRachel McElory1 b. 7 Aug 1713, d. 23 Nov 1765
William Phelps||p105.htm#i4035|Aventon Phelps|b. 1711\nd. 1790|p105.htm#i3634|Rachel McElory|b. 7 Aug 1713\nd. 23 Nov 1765|p88.htm#i3635|Thomas Felps|b. 15 Sep 1664\nd. 2 Apr 1758|p49.htm#i3640|Rosannah Swift||p138.htm#i3641|John McElory|b. 1690\nd. 1763|p88.htm#i3636|Frances Durham||p40.htm#i3637|

Relationship7th great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited23 Dec 2000
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Citations

  1. [S113] Letter, Jerry A Baker to Ken Mullins, 8 Aug 2000.

Anna Irene Phillips

F, #264, b. 24 May 1908, d. circa 1994

FatherJoseph Franklin Phillips b. 19 Sep 1884, d. 15 Jul 1948
MotherIva Florence Wade b. 11 Mar 1885, d. 7 Jan 1956
Anna Irene Phillips|b. 24 May 1908\nd. c 1994|p105.htm#i264|Joseph Franklin Phillips|b. 19 Sep 1884\nd. 15 Jul 1948|p105.htm#i203|Iva Florence Wade|b. 11 Mar 1885\nd. 7 Jan 1956|p143.htm#i204|Joseph M. Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy J. Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|John F. Wade Jr|b. 15 Oct 1857\nd. 1 Jun 1953|p143.htm#i205|Nancy J. Nelson|b. 13 Mar 1865\nd. 23 Mar 1963|p97.htm#i206|

RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited19 Jan 1997
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*24 May 1908 Missouri 
Death*circa 1994 Springfield, Greene, Missouri 

Annie Belle Phillips

F, #322, b. 25 June 1875, d. 1915

FatherJoseph M Phillips b. 3 Dec 1852, d. 4 Apr 1892
MotherNancy Jane Colquitt b. 24 Dec 1855, d. 7 Nov 1926
Annie Belle Phillips|b. 25 Jun 1875\nd. 1915|p105.htm#i322|Joseph M Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy Jane Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|Thomas Phillips|b. b 1837\nd. 1861|p106.htm#i244|Elizabeth (W-O T. Phillips)|b. b 1837|p4.htm#i245|William H. Colquitt|b. c 1824|p33.htm#i246|Elizabeth Minsey|b. c 1825|p89.htm#i247|

Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 Oct 1994
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*25 June 1875  
Death*1915  
(Witness) Census1 June 1880 District 11, Monroe, Tennessee,
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's BirthplaceMother's Birthplace
 Joseph M. PHILLIPS   Self   M   Male   W   27   TN   Blacksmith   GERMANY   GERMANY 
 Nancy J. PHILLIPS   Wife   M   Female   W   22   TN   Keeping House   ---   --- 
 Annie B. PHILLIPS   Dau   S   Female   W   5   TN      ---   --- 
 Thomas H. PHILLIPS   Son   S   Male   W   2   TN      ---   --- 


Source Information:
Census Place District 11, Monroe, Tennessee
Family History Library Film  1255272
NA Film Number  T9-1272
Page Number  78A
, Principal=Joseph M Phillips1 

Citations

  1. [S34] Census Records 1880, US Census 1880.

Benjamin Reeves Phillips

M, #2551, b. 1901, d. 1969

FatherDoctor Bunyan Phillips b. 1857, d. 1937
MotherLettie Rosetta Bond b. 1863, d. 1929
Benjamin Reeves Phillips|b. 1901\nd. 1969|p105.htm#i2551|Doctor Bunyan Phillips|b. 1857\nd. 1937|p105.htm#i2469|Lettie Rosetta Bond|b. 1863\nd. 1929|p20.htm#i2437|||||||Willis D. Bond|b. 20 May 1819\nd. 1898|p22.htm#i2433|Hannah M. Phillips|b. 1822\nd. 1907|p105.htm#i2434|

Relationship5th cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited1 Nov 1998
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*1901  
Death*1969  

Doctor Bunyan Phillips

M, #2469, b. 1857, d. 1937

Last Edited11 Nov 2001
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*1857  
Marriage*1877 Principal=Lettie Rosetta Bond 
Death*1937  

Family

Lettie Rosetta Bond b. 1863, d. 1929
Children

Clydie Phillips

F, #2549, b. 1890, d. 1965

FatherDoctor Bunyan Phillips b. 1857, d. 1937
MotherLettie Rosetta Bond b. 1863, d. 1929
Clydie Phillips|b. 1890\nd. 1965|p105.htm#i2549|Doctor Bunyan Phillips|b. 1857\nd. 1937|p105.htm#i2469|Lettie Rosetta Bond|b. 1863\nd. 1929|p20.htm#i2437|||||||Willis D. Bond|b. 20 May 1819\nd. 1898|p22.htm#i2433|Hannah M. Phillips|b. 1822\nd. 1907|p105.htm#i2434|

Relationship5th cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited1 Nov 1998
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*1890  
Death*1965  

Doyle Branson Phillips

M, #2553, b. 1903, d. 1952

FatherDoctor Bunyan Phillips b. 1857, d. 1937
MotherLettie Rosetta Bond b. 1863, d. 1929
Doyle Branson Phillips|b. 1903\nd. 1952|p105.htm#i2553|Doctor Bunyan Phillips|b. 1857\nd. 1937|p105.htm#i2469|Lettie Rosetta Bond|b. 1863\nd. 1929|p20.htm#i2437|||||||Willis D. Bond|b. 20 May 1819\nd. 1898|p22.htm#i2433|Hannah M. Phillips|b. 1822\nd. 1907|p105.htm#i2434|

Relationship5th cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited1 Nov 1998
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*1903  
Death*1952  

Eldridge A. Phillips

M, #2542, b. 1879, d. 1963

FatherDoctor Bunyan Phillips b. 1857, d. 1937
MotherLettie Rosetta Bond b. 1863, d. 1929
Eldridge A. Phillips|b. 1879\nd. 1963|p105.htm#i2542|Doctor Bunyan Phillips|b. 1857\nd. 1937|p105.htm#i2469|Lettie Rosetta Bond|b. 1863\nd. 1929|p20.htm#i2437|||||||Willis D. Bond|b. 20 May 1819\nd. 1898|p22.htm#i2433|Hannah M. Phillips|b. 1822\nd. 1907|p105.htm#i2434|

Relationship5th cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited1 Nov 1998
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*1879  
Death*1963  

Elihu Phillips1

M, #1995

ChartsElizabeth Ancestory
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited6 Nov 2000
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderY
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Marriage* Principal=Sarah Galbert1 

Family

Sarah Galbert
Child

Reference42

Citations

  1. [S1] Interview, J R McCullah.

Doctor Emory Phillips

M, #2543, b. 1880, d. 1962

FatherDoctor Bunyan Phillips b. 1857, d. 1937
MotherLettie Rosetta Bond b. 1863, d. 1929
Doctor Emory Phillips|b. 1880\nd. 1962|p105.htm#i2543|Doctor Bunyan Phillips|b. 1857\nd. 1937|p105.htm#i2469|Lettie Rosetta Bond|b. 1863\nd. 1929|p20.htm#i2437|||||||Willis D. Bond|b. 20 May 1819\nd. 1898|p22.htm#i2433|Hannah M. Phillips|b. 1822\nd. 1907|p105.htm#i2434|

Relationship5th cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited11 Nov 2001
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*1880  
Death*1962  

Hannah Mary Phillips

F, #2434, b. 1822, d. 1907

Last Edited1 Nov 1998
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*1822  
Marriage* Principal=Willis Dock Bond 
Death*1907  
Burial* Sandy Cross, Franklin, Georgia 
Married Name Bond 

Family

Willis Dock Bond b. 20 May 1819, d. 1898
Children

Hepsie Phillips

F, #2552, b. 1 August 1886, d. 29 October 1919

FatherDoctor Bunyan Phillips b. 1857, d. 1937
MotherLettie Rosetta Bond b. 1863, d. 1929
Hepsie Phillips|b. 1 Aug 1886\nd. 29 Oct 1919|p105.htm#i2552|Doctor Bunyan Phillips|b. 1857\nd. 1937|p105.htm#i2469|Lettie Rosetta Bond|b. 1863\nd. 1929|p20.htm#i2437|||||||Willis D. Bond|b. 20 May 1819\nd. 1898|p22.htm#i2433|Hannah M. Phillips|b. 1822\nd. 1907|p105.htm#i2434|

Relationship5th cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited23 May 2004
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*1 August 1886 Franklin, Georgia, Hepsie PHILLIPS 1 SmartMatches
Birth: 1 AUG 1886 in (Franklin) Georgia
Death: 29 OCT 1919 in (Madison) Georgia
Sex: F
Father:
Mother:

Reference Number: 14373
Burial: Jones Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery (Madison) Georgia, P271

Spouses & Children

Frank Williford DEAN (Husband)
Marriage: ABT 1910
Children:
William Breese DEAN
Ethel Lucy DEAN

1 
Death*29 October 1919 Madson, Georgia2 
Burial* Jones Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Madson, Georgia, Burial: Jones Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery (Madison) Georgia, P2713 

Citations

  1. [S92] Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.htm, Name: jerry dearing
    Member Since: 2001-05-11
    Email Address: jerry dearing.
  2. [S92] Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.htm, Name: jerry dearing
    Member Since: 2001-05-11
    Email Address: jerry dearing.
  3. [S92] Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.htm, Name: jerry dearing
    Member Since: 2001-05-11
    Email Address:jerry dearing.

Herbert Haskell Phillips

M, #263, b. 1 October 1909, d. 11 December 1975

FatherJoseph Franklin Phillips b. 19 Sep 1884, d. 15 Jul 1948
MotherIva Florence Wade b. 11 Mar 1885, d. 7 Jan 1956
Herbert Haskell Phillips|b. 1 Oct 1909\nd. 11 Dec 1975|p105.htm#i263|Joseph Franklin Phillips|b. 19 Sep 1884\nd. 15 Jul 1948|p105.htm#i203|Iva Florence Wade|b. 11 Mar 1885\nd. 7 Jan 1956|p143.htm#i204|Joseph M. Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy J. Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|John F. Wade Jr|b. 15 Oct 1857\nd. 1 Jun 1953|p143.htm#i205|Nancy J. Nelson|b. 13 Mar 1865\nd. 23 Mar 1963|p97.htm#i206|

RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited19 Jan 1997
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*1 October 1909  
Death*11 December 1975  
Burial* Rose Hill Cemetery, Whittier, Los Angeles, California 

Infant Son 1 Phillips

M, #325, b. 10 September 1882, d. 10 September 1882

FatherJoseph M Phillips b. 3 Dec 1852, d. 4 Apr 1892
MotherNancy Jane Colquitt b. 24 Dec 1855, d. 7 Nov 1926
Infant Son 1 Phillips|b. 10 Sep 1882\nd. 10 Sep 1882|p105.htm#i325|Joseph M Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy Jane Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|Thomas Phillips|b. b 1837\nd. 1861|p106.htm#i244|Elizabeth (W-O T. Phillips)|b. b 1837|p4.htm#i245|William H. Colquitt|b. c 1824|p33.htm#i246|Elizabeth Minsey|b. c 1825|p89.htm#i247|

Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 Oct 1994
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*10 September 1882  
Death*10 September 1882  

Infant Son 2 Phillips

M, #326, b. 6 September 1890, d. 6 September 1890

FatherJoseph M Phillips b. 3 Dec 1852, d. 4 Apr 1892
MotherNancy Jane Colquitt b. 24 Dec 1855, d. 7 Nov 1926
Infant Son 2 Phillips|b. 6 Sep 1890\nd. 6 Sep 1890|p105.htm#i326|Joseph M Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy Jane Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|Thomas Phillips|b. b 1837\nd. 1861|p106.htm#i244|Elizabeth (W-O T. Phillips)|b. b 1837|p4.htm#i245|William H. Colquitt|b. c 1824|p33.htm#i246|Elizabeth Minsey|b. c 1825|p89.htm#i247|

Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 Oct 1994
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*6 September 1890  
Death*6 September 1890  

Infant Son 3 Phillips

M, #327, b. 6 May 1892, d. 6 May 1892

FatherJoseph M Phillips b. 3 Dec 1852, d. 4 Apr 1892
MotherNancy Jane Colquitt b. 24 Dec 1855, d. 7 Nov 1926
Infant Son 3 Phillips|b. 6 May 1892\nd. 6 May 1892|p105.htm#i327|Joseph M Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy Jane Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|Thomas Phillips|b. b 1837\nd. 1861|p106.htm#i244|Elizabeth (W-O T. Phillips)|b. b 1837|p4.htm#i245|William H. Colquitt|b. c 1824|p33.htm#i246|Elizabeth Minsey|b. c 1825|p89.htm#i247|

Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 Oct 1994
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*6 May 1892  
Death*6 May 1892  

Joseph Carroll Phillips

M, #266, b. 16 July 1916

FatherJoseph Franklin Phillips b. 19 Sep 1884, d. 15 Jul 1948
MotherIva Florence Wade b. 11 Mar 1885, d. 7 Jan 1956
Joseph Carroll Phillips|b. 16 Jul 1916|p105.htm#i266|Joseph Franklin Phillips|b. 19 Sep 1884\nd. 15 Jul 1948|p105.htm#i203|Iva Florence Wade|b. 11 Mar 1885\nd. 7 Jan 1956|p143.htm#i204|Joseph M. Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy J. Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|John F. Wade Jr|b. 15 Oct 1857\nd. 1 Jun 1953|p143.htm#i205|Nancy J. Nelson|b. 13 Mar 1865\nd. 23 Mar 1963|p97.htm#i206|

RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 Oct 1994
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderN

Birth*16 July 1916 Hindsville, Madison, Arkansas 

Joseph Franklin Phillips

M, #203, b. 19 September 1884, d. 15 July 1948

 

FatherJoseph M Phillips b. 3 Dec 1852, d. 4 Apr 1892
MotherNancy Jane Colquitt b. 24 Dec 1855, d. 7 Nov 1926
Joseph Franklin Phillips|b. 19 Sep 1884\nd. 15 Jul 1948|p105.htm#i203|Joseph M Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Nancy Jane Colquitt|b. 24 Dec 1855\nd. 7 Nov 1926|p33.htm#i243|Thomas Phillips|b. b 1837\nd. 1861|p106.htm#i244|Elizabeth (W-O T. Phillips)|b. b 1837|p4.htm#i245|William H. Colquitt|b. c 1824|p33.htm#i246|Elizabeth Minsey|b. c 1825|p89.htm#i247|

ChartsElizabeth Ancestory
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited11 Aug 2006
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderY
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*19 September 1884 Loudon, Loudon, Tennessee 
Marriage*21 August 1907 Gelena, Stone, Missouri, Principal=Iva Florence Wade 
Death*15 July 1948 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan 
Burial* Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan 
Occupation* Truck Driver & Night Watchman at Hygrade 
SSN* 441-20-8905 
Census*1 January 1920 Prairie, Madison, Arkansas, Name: F Joseph Phillips Age: 35 years Estimated birth year: abt 1885 Birthplace: Tennessee Race: White Home in 1920: Prairie, Madison, Arkansas Home owned: View Image Sex: View Image Marital status: View Image Year of immigration: View Image Able to read & write: View Image Roll: T625_71 Page: 9A ED: 78 Image: 8021 
Last Resid* 2977 Myrtle, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan 
Residence* Detroit, Michigan, Last Resident: 2977 Myrtle, Detroit MI One record show Flint MI as place of death 

Family

Iva Florence Wade b. 11 Mar 1885, d. 7 Jan 1956
Marriage*21 August 1907 Gelena, Stone, Missouri, Principal=Iva Florence Wade 
Children

Reference22

Citations

  1. [S240] US Census Electronic Database, by unknown photographer.

Joseph M Phillips

M, #242, b. 3 December 1852, d. 4 April 1892

FatherThomas Phillips b. b 1837, d. 1861
MotherElizabeth (W-O T. Phillips) b. b 1837
Joseph M Phillips|b. 3 Dec 1852\nd. 4 Apr 1892|p105.htm#i242|Thomas Phillips|b. b 1837\nd. 1861|p106.htm#i244|Elizabeth (W-O T. Phillips)|b. b 1837|p4.htm#i245|||||||||||||

ChartsElizabeth Ancestory
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Alexander Christopher Mullins.
Last Edited4 Feb 2007
VerifiedN
Ancestor Of ZanderY
Has ChildrenY
Has GrandkidsY

Birth*3 December 1852 Tennessee 
Marriage*8 February 1874 Loudon, Loudon, Tennessee, Principal=Nancy Jane Colquitt 
Death*4 April 1892 Tennessee 
Burial* Tennessee 
Occupation* Blacksmith 
Census*1 June 1880 District 11, Monroe, Tennessee,
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's BirthplaceMother's Birthplace
 Joseph M. PHILLIPS   Self   M   Male   W   27   TN   Blacksmith   GERMANY   GERMANY 
 Nancy J. PHILLIPS   Wife   M   Female   W   22   TN   Keeping House   ---   --- 
 Annie B. PHILLIPS   Dau   S   Female   W   5   TN      ---   --- 
 Thomas H. PHILLIPS   Son   S   Male   W   2   TN      ---   --- 


Source Information:
Census Place District 11, Monroe, Tennessee
Family History Library Film  1255272
NA Film Number  T9-1272
Page Number  78A
, Witness=Nancy Jane Colquitt, Witness=Annie Belle Phillips, Witness=Thomas Haskell Phillips1 

Family

Nancy Jane Colquitt b. 24 Dec 1855, d. 7 Nov 1926
Children

Reference44

Citations

  1. [S34] Census Records 1880, US Census 1880.
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