Abigal Pinney

d. 28 November 1761
     Abigal Pinney married Capt. Nathaniel Phelps, son of Lt. Timothy Phelps and Mary Griswold, on 5 November 1719 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT. Abigal Pinney died on 28 November 1761 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.

Children of Abigal Pinney and Capt. Nathaniel Phelps

Hannah Phelps1

b. 12 January 1701/2
     Hannah Phelps was born on 12 January 1701/2 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Phelps and Hannah Bissell. Hannah Phelps married Jacob Sherwin, son of John Sherwin and Mary Chandler, on 30 March 1734.

Child of Hannah Phelps and Jacob Sherwin

Citations

  1. [S240] Peter Haring Judd, The Hatch and Brood of Time, Page 308.
  2. [S290] Bebe Hayes Garcia, "Bebe Hayes," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 11 Dec 2000.

Jacob Sherwin

b. 17 October 1699
     Jacob Sherwin was born on 17 October 1699 at Ipswich, MA.1 He was the son of John Sherwin and Mary Chandler. Jacob Sherwin married Hannah Phelps, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Phelps and Hannah Bissell, on 30 March 1734.

Child of Jacob Sherwin and Hannah Phelps

Citations

  1. [S290] Bebe Hayes Garcia, "Bebe Hayes," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 11 Dec 2000.

Nathaniel Phelps Jr.1

b. 19 September 1703, d. August 1781
     Nathaniel Phelps Jr. was born on 19 September 1703 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT. He was the son of Capt. Nathaniel Phelps and Hannah Bissell. Nathaniel Phelps Jr. married Mary Curtis, daughter of Samuel Curtis and Mary Parker, on 26 May 1726. Nathaniel Phelps Jr. died in August 1781 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT, at age 77.

"Phelps 1899 includes a second wife, Rachel Sawyer, whom Nathaniel supposedly married at Hebron on 26 March 1752. The town VRs record eight children for a 'Nathaniel, Jr.' and Rachel Sawyer; however, none of these children is mentioned in the will of Nathaniel. Furthermore, in that document he identifies Mary as his wife. He is also called 'Lieut.,' not 'Jr.,' in the death record. It appears, therefore, that the Nathaniel Jr. who married Rachel Sawyer is a different Phelps, whose birth and death records are not found in the Hebron VRs. In fact, another Nathaniel Phelps appears in the land records in 1748, where he is carefully identified as 'Nathaniel Phelps of Lebanon.' It is possible that this is the Phelps who married Rachel Sawyer in 1752. The evidence does not warrant positioning a second wife and a second set of children for Nathaniel Phelps."2

Children of Nathaniel Phelps Jr. and Mary Curtis

Citations

  1. [S240] Peter Haring Judd, The Hatch and Brood of Time, Page 308.
  2. [S240] Peter Haring Judd, The Hatch and Brood of Time.
  3. [S240] Peter Haring Judd, The Hatch and Brood of Time, Page 310.
  4. [S135] Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps Phelps Family, Volume I, Page 153.

Mary Curtis

b. 3 March 1706, d. after 1781
     Mary Curtis was also known as Mary Curtice. She was born on 3 March 1706 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Curtis and Mary Parker.1 Mary Curtis married Nathaniel Phelps Jr., son of Capt. Nathaniel Phelps and Hannah Bissell, on 26 May 1726. Mary Curtis died after 1781.

Children of Mary Curtis and Nathaniel Phelps Jr.

Citations

  1. [S240] Peter Haring Judd, The Hatch and Brood of Time, Page 308.
  2. [S240] Peter Haring Judd, The Hatch and Brood of Time, Page 310.
  3. [S135] Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps Phelps Family, Volume I, Page 153.

Joshua Phelps

b. 19 September 1709, d. 1 January 1727/28
     Joshua Phelps was born on 19 September 1709 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT. He was the son of Capt. Nathaniel Phelps and Hannah Bissell. Joshua Phelps died on 1 January 1727/28 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT, at age 18.

Lt. Solomon Phelps1

b. 29 July 1716, d. 8 April 1796
     Solomon served in the Revolutionary Army in 1776, as 2nd Lieut. under Roger Eno. Lt. Solomon Phelps was born on 29 July 1716 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT. He was the son of Capt. Nathaniel Phelps and Hannah Bissell. Lt. Solomon Phelps married Temperance Barber on 10 July 1738 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT. Lt. Solomon Phelps died on 8 April 1796 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT, at age 79.

Child of Lt. Solomon Phelps and Temperance Barber

Citations

  1. [S135] Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps Phelps Family, Vol. I:Pg. 154/Item 194.

Temperance Barber1

b. 8 August 1718, d. 15 August 1798
     Temperance Barber was born on 8 August 1718. She married Lt. Solomon Phelps, son of Capt. Nathaniel Phelps and Hannah Bissell, on 10 July 1738 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT. Temperance Barber died on 15 August 1798 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT, at age 80.

Child of Temperance Barber and Lt. Solomon Phelps

Citations

  1. [S169] M.D. Donald S. Barber, Thomas Barber 1st Ed, Page 15.

Daniel Porter

b. 6 November 1686
     Daniel Porter was born on 6 November 1686 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.1 He was the son of Richard Porter and Ruth Holcombe.

Citations

  1. [S268] Carol Laun, "Ruth Holcombe."

Ruth Elizabeth Porter

b. October 1692, d. 1770
     Ruth Elizabeth Porter was born in October 1692.1 She was the daughter of Richard Porter and Ruth Holcombe. Ruth Elizabeth Porter married René Cossitt circa 1718.2 Ruth Elizabeth Porter died in 1770.3 She was buried at Baptist Cemetery, Granby, Hartford Co., CT; new memorial stone.3

Many romantic stories are told about René's ancestry, capture, and premarital agreements, but nothing has been proven, though there are some hints that some, at least, is true.

Soon after their marriage, they moved to Simsbury, where René was granted land in 1723 - probably in the part that would become Granby, because in 1725 he bought land in Salmon Brook (Granby), and there they raised a family of nine. 2 As a former Catholic, he preferred teh Anglican church and joined the newly-formed Anglican church (St. Ann's at Salmon Brook being a short-lived branch of St. Andrew's Episcopal in Simsbury, and served by the same minister). He received another grant of land in April 1734 and expanded into what is now North Granby. There, a library, built with funds donated by his great-great-grandson Frederick H. Cossitt of New York City, still serves the public today. 3

Child of Ruth Elizabeth Porter and René Cossitt

Citations

  1. [S268] Carol Laun, "Ruth Holcombe."
  2. [S420] Carol Laun, "Ruth Holcombe."
  3. [S423] Letter, Kathleen D. Fenton to James H. Holcombe, 7 February 2003.
  4. [S419] Carol Laun, Beneath These Stones, Page 18.

René Cossitt

b. circa 1690, d. 11 August 1752
     René Cossitt was born circa 1690 at France.1 He married Ruth Elizabeth Porter, daughter of Richard Porter and Ruth Holcombe, circa 1718.2 René Cossitt died on 11 August 1752.1 He was buried at Baptist Cemetery, Granby, Hartford Co., CT.1

Child of René Cossitt and Ruth Elizabeth Porter

Citations

  1. [S419] Carol Laun, Beneath These Stones, Page 18.
  2. [S420] Carol Laun, "Ruth Holcombe."

Samuel Porter

b. 1695
     Samuel Porter was born in 1695. He was the son of Richard Porter and Ruth Holcombe.

Elizabeth Case1

b. 1 September 1689, d. 29 September 1739
     Elizabeth Case was born on 1 September 1689 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. Elizabeth Case married William Moore, son of Andrew Moore and Sarah Phelps. Elizabeth Case died on 29 September 1739 at age 50.

Children of Elizabeth Case and William Moore

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 3/Item 3.i.
  2. [S650] Carol Laun, "Samuel Phelps."

William Case1

b. 22 March 1691, d. 14 June 1768
     In correction and addition notes from Ruth Cost Duncan: Simsbury Vital Records state: "William died in 1769, being a member of the Church of England, an aged gentleman." William Case was born on 22 March 1691 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.2 He was the son of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. William Case married Elizabeth Robe, daughter of Andrew Robe and Abigail (?), on 22 February 1715 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. William Case married Sarah Phelps on 28 August 1765 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. William Case died on 14 June 1768 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT, at age 77.

Child of William Case and Elizabeth Robe

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 10/Item 11.
  2. [S45] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury, Page 27.

Elizabeth Robe

b. 19 July 1694, d. 2 July 1765
     Elizabeth Robe was born on 19 July 1694 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Andrew Robe and Abigail (?) Elizabeth Robe married William Case, son of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe, on 22 February 1715 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. Elizabeth Robe died on 2 July 1765 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT, at age 70.

Child of Elizabeth Robe and William Case

William Moore

b. 1684, d. 9 May 1780
     William Moore was born in 1684. He was the son of Andrew Moore and Sarah Phelps. William Moore married Elizabeth Case, daughter of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. William Moore married Damaris Phelps on 20 January 1740. William Moore died on 9 May 1780 at Granby, Hartford Co., CT.1

Children of William Moore and Elizabeth Case

Child of William Moore and Damaris Phelps

Citations

  1. [S414] Hon. Horace L. Moore, Andrew Moore, Page 11.
  2. [S650] Carol Laun, "Samuel Phelps."

Capt. James Case1

b. 12 March 1692 or 1693, d. 26 September 1759
     Capt. James Case was born on 12 March 1692 or 1693 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.2 He was the son of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. Capt. James Case married Esther Fithian in 1715. Capt. James Case died on 26 September 1759 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. He was buried at Hopmeadow Cemetery, Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.

Ruth Cost Duncan cites the Simsbury Vital Records.

Capt. Case's probate is recorded in the Hartford Co. Probate records, Vol. 18, pages 139-40, 229. His wife Esther and son Josiah were executors.

Children of Capt. James Case and Esther Fithian

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 10/Item 12.
  2. [S45] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury, Page 27.

Esther Fithian

b. 6 March 1691, d. 19 September 1769
     Esther Fithian was born on 6 March 1691 at Newark, New Jersey. She married Capt. James Case, son of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe, in 1715. Esther Fithian died on 19 September 1769 at age 78.

Children of Esther Fithian and Capt. James Case

Rachel Case1

b. 10 December 1694, d. 29 November 1732
     Rachel Case was born on 10 December 1694. She was the daughter of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. Rachel Case married Benjamin Adams, son of Daniel Adams and Mary Phelps, on 25 March 1712 or 1713. Rachel Case died on 29 November 1732 at age 37.

Children of Rachel Case and Benjamin Adams

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 4.

Benjamin Adams1

b. 1691, d. 3 October 1770
     Benjamin Adams was born in 1691. He was the son of Daniel Adams and Mary Phelps. Benjamin Adams married Rachel Case, daughter of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe, on 25 March 1712 or 1713. Benjamin Adams married Lois Griswold, daughter of Joseph Griswold and Lois Phelps, on 29 May 1734 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. Benjamin Adams died on 3 October 1770.

Children of Benjamin Adams and Rachel Case

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 4/Item m3.iv.

Mary Case1

b. 23 August 1696, d. September 1784
     Mary Case was born on 23 August 1696. She was the daughter of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. Mary Case married Joseph Adams, son of Daniel Adams and Mary Phelps, on 30 April 1719. Mary Case died in September 1784 at age 88.

Children of Mary Case and Joseph Adams

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 4/Item 3.v.

Joshua Case1

b. 1 June 1698, d. 15 February 1764
     Ruth Cost Duncan cites Simsbury Vital Records and the Wintonbury Church Record. Ms. Duncan also provided corrections and updates that changed all the entries for Joshua's daughter Elizabeth. Joshua Case was born on 1 June 1698 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. Joshua Case married Anne (?) Joshua Case died on 15 February 1764 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT, at age 65.

Children of Joshua Case and Anne (?)

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 11/Item 13.

Anne (?)

d. 9 May 1773
     Anne (?) married Joshua Case, son of William Case and Elizabeth Holcombe. Anne (?) died on 9 May 1773.

Children of Anne (?) and Joshua Case

Reuben Slater

b. 1705, d. 1784
     Reuben Slater was born in 1705. He was the son of Deacon John Slater and Elizabeth Holcombe. Reuben Slater died in 1784.

Mariah Slater

b. 1706
     Mariah Slater was born in 1706. She was the daughter of Deacon John Slater and Elizabeth Holcombe.

John Slater

b. 1708
     John Slater was born in 1708. He was the son of Deacon John Slater and Elizabeth Holcombe.

Rebecca Slater

b. 1710
     Rebecca Slater was born in 1710. She was the daughter of Deacon John Slater and Elizabeth Holcombe.

John Reed

Hannah Holcombe

b. 1710, d. D.Y.
     Hannah Holcombe died D.Y. She was born in 1710. She was the daughter of Ensign Joshua Holcombe and Hannah Carrington.1

Citations

  1. [S25] Hannah McPherson, Holcombe Genealogy, page 44.1.

Daniel Porter

b. 1699
     There is some question about the marriage of Daniel to Esther in the Bolton Records. Daniel Porter was born in 1699. He was the son of Dr. Daniel Porter and Deborah Holcombe.

James Porter

b. 20 April 1700, d. 20 March 1785
     James Porter was born on 20 April 1700 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT. He was the son of Dr. Daniel Porter and Deborah Holcombe. James Porter married Dorcas Hopkins, daughter of John Hopkins and Hannah Strong, on 22 April 1733. James Porter died on 20 March 1785 at Waterbury, New Haven Co., CT, at age 84.

Child of James Porter and Dorcas Hopkins

Thomas Porter

b. 1702
     Thomas Porter was born in 1702. He was the son of Dr. Daniel Porter and Deborah Holcombe.

Deborah Porter

b. 1704
     Deborah Porter was born in 1704. She was the daughter of Dr. Daniel Porter and Deborah Holcombe.

Ebenezer Porter

b. 1708
     Ebenezer Porter was born in 1708. He was the son of Dr. Daniel Porter and Deborah Holcombe.

Ann Porter

b. 1712
     Ann Porter was born in 1712. She was the daughter of Dr. Daniel Porter and Deborah Holcombe.

William Phelps1

b. 1560, d. 1611
     William Phelps was born in 1560. He died in 1611.

The descent from James Phelps (bc 1520) and his wife Joan to their grandsons, the emigrants William and George, is documented. The research done by Mr.s Arthur Beal for her Colonial Dames membership give James' father as richard Phelps of Nether Tyne, Staffordshire, who died in the reign of Edward IV (1461-1483). the chard done for the Rev. John Phelps Ellsworth shows a coat of arms given to Joseph Phelps (d. 1579), mayor of Evesham, Worchestershire, who married Margaret tomes, dau. of John Tomes, who had the son James, the father of William Phelps, Mayor of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.

William, Richard and George, sons of William of Tewkesbury, came to Dorchester, New England, in the Mary and John in 1630. Of Richard, the youngest of the three brothers, we have this record: "Richard Phelps, 17 years old, embarked for the Islands of Barbadoses, 2 May, 1635, in the ship Alexander, Capt. Birch, and Gilbert Grimes, master." And of him we hear no more. William and George became the ancestors of the larger proportion of the American families of Phelps.

Children of William Phelps

Citations

  1. [S74] Nancy S. McBride, Phelps-Marshall Kinship, Page 5 and following.

George Phelps1

b. circa 1606, d. 8 May 1687
     George Phelps was born circa 1606 at Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.2 He was the son of William Phelps. George Phelps married Phillury Randall, daughter of Phillip Randall, in 1637 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.2 George Phelps married Frances (?) on 22 March 1649. George Phelps died on 8 May 1687.

from http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/p/h/e/Michael-D-Phelps/GENE3-0001.html

George Phelps, was long believed to be the sixth child of William of Tewkesbury, Eng., b. about 1605; immigrated to New England on the Mary and John, in 1630, with his elder brother William and his younger brother Richard. It has since been concluded that the William Phelps of Massachusetts and Connecticut originated in Crewkerne, Somersetshire, England and that he is not the William Phelps of Tewkesbury records. George Phelps is omitted as an immigrant of the Mary and John. although it is conceeded that there may have been a relationship between William Phelps and George Phelps, but that it remains unestablished. No evidence exists that Richard Phelps is related to either William or George, although he is present in the earliest records of Dorchester, Massachusetts.

George Phelps is believed to be the George P__?__ aboard the Recovery of London with Gabriel Cornish as its master, sailing from Weymouth in Dorsetshire to New England March 31, 1634. The ship sailed into Massachusetts Bay in late June of July 1634; and it was very likely one of the fourteen said to have arrived that June.

Identifying George P--?-- of the Recovery, 1633 [1634], By John Plummer
The National Genealogical Society Quarterly in 1983 presented an important article by Peter Wilson Coldham, F.A.S.G., listing English shippers and goods transported by them between 1618 and 1688.(1) Included among these lists are the names of some colonists of the 1630s. Under the date 31 March 1633 appears the Recovery of London, with Gabriel Cornish as its master, sailing from Weymouth in Dorsetshire to New England. The names of twenty-six passengers are given; but for one of these, George P--?--, the script is not fully readable. (2) Meredith B. Colket Jr., F.A.S.G., in a subsequent publication, discusses one George Parkhurst of Massachusetts, whom he identifies as "perhaps the George P--- who came on the 'Recovery of London' 1633/34."(3)
The present paper addresses this subject in three regards. First, it can be shown that the Recovery passenger assuredly was not Parkhurst. Second, it is argued that the date attributed to the Recovery list is one year off--due to a clerical error--and that the clarification of this point contributes to the proper identity of the elusive George P--?-- can be narrowed to that of one of two men who were in Dorchester, Massachusetts, in 1634/35: i.e., George Phelps or George Proctor, with the greatest weight in evidence favoring Phelps.

Per Savage (iii, 405): "GEORGE, Dorchester, freem. 6 MAY 1635, rem. with WARHAM to Windsor, by first w. said to be nam. Philbury, d. of Philip RANDALL, wh. d. 29 APR 1648, had Isaac, b. 20 AUG 1638; Abraham, 22 JAN 1643; and Joseph, 24 JUN 1647, wh. d. soon, as did Abraham in the same yr. He m. 2, or as ano. acco. is, 30 NOV 1648, Frances, wh. had been wid. CLARK, and then was wid. of Thomas DEWEY, and had Jacob, 7 FEB 1650; John, 15 FEB 1652; and Nathaniel, 7 DEC 1653; rem. to Westfield [Hampden Co, MA], there had more ch. and d. 8 MAY 1687, but Stiles in Hist. 743, says 9 JUL 1678. Six s. were then liv. no d. is nam. His wid. d. 27 SEP 1690."
--Savage, James; A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (1860-62)


From Dorchester Records we learn that "Jan., 1632, George Phelps with others is to have the great lot of six acres a piece next to the great lots laid out toward Neponset by Maverick, Warham, Gaylord and Rockwell". (This could be either a different George Phelps or George returned to England between 1632 and 1634.)

October 28, 1634, George Phelps chosen one of ten men "to order the affairs of the Colony for one year".

May 6, 1635, George Phelps, chosen a freeman.

He came to Windsor, probably with the first emigration from Dorchester, fall of 1635, and located at the junction of the Farmington and Connecticut rivers, on second lot south of Loomis property.

He married in 1637, (1) Phillury, the daughter of Phillip Randall. She was a member of the Rev. Mr. Warham's Church in Dorchester. She died in Windsor, 29 April, 1648. By her he had six children.

He married (2) Frances Dewey, widow of both Joseph Clark and Thomas Dewey. This marraige took place Mar. 22, 1649. By her he had three children.

A Particular Courte in Hartford [between May 1648 & June 1650]
It is Agreed and Concluded betwixt this Courte in the behalfe of the Children of Thomas Dewey and Geo: Phelps of Wyndsor that the whole of the land both meadow and vpland mentioned in the said Deweys Invento: amounting to the Sum of 75 Shall bee sequestered for the Childre[ns] seuerall porcons so farr as it goes, and the remainder be[ing] 52, hee Ingages himselfe to giue in to the Courte sufficie[nt] security for the payment thereof according to the will of the Courte. The howse and peece of land belonging to it valued at 40, the said Phelps Accepts vppon his wiues parte of the estate.
-- Connecticut Particular Court Records of the Particular Court of Connecticut, 1639-1663, 1928, page 85

His removal from Windsor to Westfield was probably about 1670.

30 September 1672: "Edmund Hart of Westfield dying suddenly this sennight past inquiry was made by a jury of 12 men concerning his death who found it to be by the immediate hand of God in thunder & lightning as they conceive; their verdict is on file. And the said Edmund Hart dying
intestate the inventory of his estate was presented to this Court and power of administration upon is granted to George Phelps which he accepted of. Also Elisha Hart son of Edm[un]d Hart being
weak to manage his own matters chose his uncle the said Geo[rge] Phelps for his guardian whom
the court aproved for that end" [HamPR 1:147].
The inventory of the estate of "Edmund Hart late of Westfield deceased" was signed 25 July 1673 and totalled &68 16s. 6d. Including real estate valued at &96 1s.: "eleven acres of meadow &55"; "twenty acres of land in the woods &40"; "a homelot Fortside four acres land not taken up &1 1s." There was a debt due to Aaron Cooke from "Edmund Hart ... his son-in-law John Scone can testify to it." "There is also a cow John Scone hath not inventoried which is said to be given to Scone's wife: Also Edward Neale hath one acre of land: Also john Greet hath one acre of land not inventoried" [HamPR 1:148]
On 31 March 1674 the court further ordered that the distribution of the estate of Edmund Hart of Westfield be "that Elisha Hart (for that he is very weak for abilities of his mind ... being crazy in his body) shall have &15 of the said estate"; "Edm: Hart's daughters shall have the rest of the estate in equal portion: and if any of the daughters shall die before distribution of the estate be made such portion shall go to the childrenof such daughters if they have any; and Elisha Hart having at the last court at Springfield chosen his uncle George Phelps for his guardian whom that court allowed of, this court declares that no person shall trade or bargain with the said Elisha without the consent of his said guardian" [HamPR 1:154]
Elisha Hart, b. by 1658 (and probably before 1651); living 30 September 1672 "being weak to manage his own matters," and chose "his uncle George Phelps" guardian [HamPR 1:147]; d.
Windsor by 9 October 1683; the inventory of the estate of "elisha Heart" was taken at Windsor 9 October 1683 and at Westfield 4 December 1683; administration was granted to Edward Neale and Thomas Loveland, and the court ordeered distribution to "said Heart's eight Sisters, to each an equal portion" [Manwaring 1:320]
Elisha Hart chose his uncle George Phelps as his guardian in 1672, suggesting that Edmund Hart's wife was a Phelps, or that Hart's sister or his wife's sister was one of the two wives of George Phelps.

Children of George Phelps and Phillury Randall

Children of George Phelps and Frances (?)

Citations

  1. [S52] Henry R. Stiles History of Ancient Windsor II, Vol. II:Pgs. 589-593.
  2. [S135] Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps Phelps Family, vol. 2, page 1259, item 1.
  3. [S135] Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps Phelps Family, vol. 2, page 1268, item 2.

Richard Phelps

     Richard is not consistently placed here.

Stiles suggests that Richard is a sibling of William and George, but as his birth is after the death of both of this parents, McBride places him as a son of William.

He was probably the one who at 17 sailed on the Alexander to
Barbados in the company of 21-year-old Jane Marshall and 36-year-old Richard Marshall in May of 1635. This would be just after his mother's death. There is no further record of him. Richard Phelps was the son of William Phelps Sr. and Mary (?) Richard Phelps was baptized on 26 December 1619.

Phillury Randall

d. 29 April 1648
     Phillury Randall was the daughter of Phillip Randall. Phillury Randall married George Phelps, son of William Phelps, in 1637 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.1 Phillury Randall died on 29 April 1648 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.

Children of Phillury Randall and George Phelps

Citations

  1. [S135] Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps Phelps Family, vol. 2, page 1259, item 1.