Henry Phippen1

M, #18331, b. circa 1553, d. 1601
FatherJohn Phippen1 b. 1528, d. 1583
MotherAnne Holton1 b. 1533, d. 1600
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Henry Phippen was born circa 1553 at Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England.1
Henry Phippen died in 1601 at at sea.1

Anne Phippen1

F, #18332, b. circa 1555
FatherJohn Phippen1 b. 1528, d. 1583
MotherAnne Holton1 b. 1533, d. 1600
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Anne Phippen married Thomas Brumbull.2 Anne Phippen was born circa 1555 at Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England.1

Family

Thomas Brumbull

Constance Phippen1

F, #18334, b. circa 1557, d. 1610
FatherJohn Phippen1 b. 1528, d. 1583
MotherAnne Holton1 b. 1533, d. 1600
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Constance Phippen married William Wariner.1 Constance Phippen was born circa 1557 at Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England.1
Constance Phippen died in 1610 at England.1

Family

William Wariner

Joanna Phippen1

F, #18336, b. circa 1559, d. 1613
FatherJohn Phippen1 b. 1528, d. 1583
MotherAnne Holton1 b. 1533, d. 1600
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Joanna Phippen married Thomas Poole.1 Joanna Phippen was born circa 1559 at Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England.1
Joanna Phippen died in 1613 at England.1

Family

Thomas Poole

Alice Phippen1

F, #18338, b. circa 1561, d. 1613
FatherJohn Phippen1 b. 1528, d. 1583
MotherAnne Holton1 b. 1533, d. 1600
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Alice Phippen married Arthur Mowbry.1 Alice Phippen was born circa 1561 at Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England.1
Alice Phippen died in 1613.1

Family

Arthur Mowbry

George Phippen1

M, #18340, b. 1564
FatherJohn Phippen1 b. 1528, d. 1583
MotherAnne Holton1 b. 1533, d. 1600
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     George Phippen was born in 1564 at Ottery, St. Mary, Devonshire, England.1

Christopher Phippen1

M, #18341, b. circa 1565
FatherJohn Phippen1 b. 1528, d. 1583
MotherAnne Holton1 b. 1533, d. 1600
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Christopher Phippen married Jone Clare.1 Christopher Phippen was born circa 1565 at Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England.1

Family

Jone Clare

Robert Holton1

M, #18343, b. circa 1503
Last Edited18 Feb 2003
     Robert Holton died at Boloigne, France.1 He was born circa 1503 at England.1 He married Constance Peirce, daughter of Richard Peirce and Elizabeth (?), circa 1525 at Ireland.2

Constance Peirce1

F, #18344, b. circa 1504
FatherRichard Peirce2 b. c 1482
MotherElizabeth (?)2
Last Edited18 Feb 2003
     Constance Peirce was born circa 1504 at England.1 She married Robert Holton circa 1525 at Ireland.1

Richard Peirce1

M, #18345, b. circa 1482
FatherHenry Peirce2 b. c 1460
MotherAnn (?)2
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Richard Peirce married Elizabeth (?)1 Richard Peirce was born circa 1482 at Ireland.1

Family

Elizabeth (?)
Children

Elizabeth (?)1

F, #18346
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Elizabeth (?) married Richard Peirce, son of Henry Peirce and Ann (?).1

Family

Richard Peirce b. c 1482
Children

Richard Peirce1

M, #18348, b. circa 1533
FatherRichard Peirce1 b. c 1482
MotherElizabeth (?)1
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Richard Peirce was born circa 1533 at Norwich, co. Norfolk, England.1 He married Marguerite Coney circa 1560.2

Family

Marguerite Coney b. c 1540

Marguerite Coney1

F, #18349, b. circa 1540
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Marguerite Coney was born circa 1540 at England.1 She married Richard Peirce, son of Richard Peirce and Elizabeth (?), circa 1560.1

Family

Richard Peirce b. c 1533

Henry Peirce1

M, #18350, b. circa 1460
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Henry Peirce married Ann (?)1 Henry Peirce was born circa 1460.1

Family

Ann (?)
Child

Ann (?)1

F, #18351
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Ann (?) married Henry Peirce.1

Family

Henry Peirce b. c 1460
Child

George Holton1

M, #18352
FatherRobert Holton1 b. c 1503
MotherConstance Peirce1 b. c 1504
Last Edited17 Oct 2001

Alexander Holton1

M, #18353
FatherRobert Holton1 b. c 1503
MotherConstance Peirce1 b. c 1504
Last Edited17 Oct 2001

Samuel Holton1

M, #18354
FatherRobert Holton1 b. c 1503
MotherConstance Peirce1 b. c 1504
Last Edited17 Oct 2001

Henry Phippen1

M, #18355, b. 1495, d. 1582
FatherJohn Phippen2 b. 1457, d. 1506
MotherJoan Malet3 b. c 1462, d. 1505
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Henry Phippen married Alice Peirce, daughter of Richard Peirce and Elizabeth (?).1 Henry Phippen was born in 1495.1
Henry Phippen died in 1582.1
     ; Notes on the Clark Family, microfilm 461300 item 2. Thomas Ancestors, by The Honorable Mark Thomas Jr, and Marjolie Maude(Foster) Thomas. The Burgess History Tree, by Paul F. Burgess. These 3 books can be found at the LDS genealogy library at Salt Lake City, UT. Internet research-Ancestors of Pamela Loretta Shelton--sourches-English Ancestry of David Phippen (Fitzpen) of Hingham Massachusetts; comp Porter, George S, Norwich, Connecticut (film 1018881). Internet research - Ancestral Lines, by Raymon Meyers Tingley, 1935, P284. Personal Pedigree charts of Ernest Druce Phippen, copies of which are in the possession of Susan Phippen Stewart.

II THE PHIPPEN FAMILY:
With Special Reference to Connecticut Descendants
(The American Genealogists. I--Vol. 17--pg. 1-18")

The name Phippen is a patronymic, being originally Fitzpen or Fitzpayn. In the twelfth century, the baronial family of Fitzpayn held the manor of Oaksey, Wilts, and held lands in Dorsetshire. When Rev. George Fitzpen, brother of David Phippen of New England, entered his pedigree and arms in the visitation of Cornwall, 1620, the pedigree was headed "Fitzpen al's Phippen", and the same form was used in his will in 1650. As late as 1677, David's son appears in New England records with many variations of spelling, including Phippeny.

The pedigree begins with Henry Fitzpen of St. Mary Overy, Co. Devon, who married Alice Peirce. Their son John was father of Robert Fitzpen al's Fippen of Weymouth, Co. Dorset, who married 18 Sept. 1580, Cecily, daughter of Thomas Jordan of Co. Dorset. According to the old chart, John Fitzpen had three sons, Robert, John, and George. The children of Robert and Cecily (Jordan) Fitzpen were:

i. Owen, B. 1582; D. at Lamorran, five miles from Truro, Cornwall, 17 Mar 1636 ae. 54; m. 3 July, 1603, Annie Coinie. He was captured by the Turks 24 Mar. 1620; was held seven years in bondage, then led a mutiny with ten other Christian captives, overcame sixty-five Turks in their own ship, 17 June 1627 and took the ship to Cartagena, sold it for L6,000, and returned home.

ii. David, see below.

iii. George, A. M., Master of the grammar school in Truro, Cornwall, in 1620, when he registered his pedigree and arms, which were: Argent, two bars in chief, three escallops, sable. He became rector of St. Mary's Church, Truro, but after twenty-six years was evicted because of Puritanism, and late was minister in Lamorran. He m. (I) Joan Pye, dau. Of Anthony and Constance (Pound Pye: m. (2) 20 June, 1648, Mary Penros. He d. without issue, leaving a will dated 10 July 1650, which was proved Mar. 1651. In it he mentioned "my brother David Phippen in New England", giving land to the eldest, second and third sons of David, and if one of them should die without issue, his share to go to David's fourth son, and so on. " showing, although he did not state their names, that he knew David had four surviving sons at the time.

iv. Cecily, babt. At Melcomb, Co. Dorset, 10 Mar 1593; called Reignolds (Reynolds) in the will of her brother George.

1. David Phippen, son of Robert, received a grant of five acres in Hingham, Mass., 18 sept. 1653, when the first lots were drawn. He was made freeman, 3 mar 1646/7.

He removed to Boston about 1641 (admitted and granted a house lot, 27 Sept 1641), on 24 Oct 1652, Sarah Phippeny of Boston, widow of David Phippeny, late of Hingham, deceased, with her son Joseph Phippeny, also of Boston sold the Hingham lot to Thomas Thaxter. On 28 Apr 1645, David was granted liberty of wharfing near the Milne Creek in Boston; and was appointed Constable 13 Mar 1646/7

He died before 31 Oct 1650, when his will was proved. He gave to wife Sarah his dwelling house and shop; provided lots for Benjamin, Gamaliel, and George; named son-in-law Thomas Yeo; son George Vickary; son Joseph Phippen to be executor with testator's wife; mentioned land in Hingham.

On 9 Apr. 1653, Sarah Phippen, widow, for L15, sold to John Hull of Boston, goldsmith, a house. Sarah Phippen widow for L40, sold 3 Dec 1653 to Robert Saunderson of Boston, goldsmith, and George Victors and Rebeckah his wife, who have an interest, together with our mother Sarah Phippen, consented to the sale. On 11 July 1654, Sarah Fippeny of Boston, widow for L52, sold to Theodor Athinson of Boston, a dwelling house and half an acre; witness "gamalier phipeny", James Hill.

Joseph Phippen al's Fitzpen of "Falmouth in Casco Bay", carpenter, "in the behalf of himself and the rest of his brothers and sisters point Executore to the Estate of their late deceased mothers. Mrs. Sarah Hull wife of Mr. George Hull late of Fairfield in Connecticut", for L102, sold a house in Boston to Benjamin Phippen al's Fitzpen of Boston Blockmaker, 3 June 1663; recorded 5 Nov. 1677.

The family chart prepared by Joseph Phippen is lacking the tablets of David Phippen and his wife; we lack knowledge therefore of Sarah's maiden name. She married second, after 11 July 1654, George Hull of Fairfield, Connecticut and died in August 1659. Her will named her four sons and two daughters.

2. Joseph Phippen (David) was granted a lot of two acres in Hingham, Mass., 1637, and was still called of Hingham Church when children were baptized at Boston from 1645 to 1649. Before 1652 he was living as a seaman in Boston.

The copy of his own chart reads, "Jos. Phippen lived years, left Jos., Mary, Sarah, David and Sam., by Dorcas Wood." His will in 1687 calls his wife Dorcas. But there is clearly an error of some kind. The mother of the four youngest children, in Boston records, was called Dorothy. Furthermore, on 15 Jan 1652/3, Dorothy "by reason of my husbands absence and loss at sea", and "for the relief of myself and children", mortgaged to Sampson Shoare of Boston; and on 19 July 1653, Joseph Phippen of Boston, Seaman, and Dorothie his wife, sold the dwelling house to Sampson Shoare. It seems possible, particularly in view of the fact that some of the children of Joseph conferred the name Dorcas on children of their own, and Joseph's failure to name two wives on his own chart that the same woman was known both as Dorcas and Dorothy.

He removed to Falmouth, where he was constable in 1661 and a grand juror in 1664; and in his 1677 deed already quoted called himself of Falmouth, carpenter. But he had been admitted an inhabitant of Salem, 1 Nov. 1665, and died there in 1687; his will, made 21 July 1687, proved 15 Sept. 1687, named his wife Dorcus and five children.1

Henry Phippen lived at St. Mary Overy, Devonshire, England.1

Family

Alice Peirce b. c 1508
Children

Alice Phippen1

F, #18356, b. circa 1516
FatherHenry Phippen1 b. 1495, d. 1582
MotherAlice Peirce1 b. c 1508
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Alice Phippen married John Love.1 Alice Phippen was born circa 1516.1

Family

John Love

Anne Phippen1

F, #18358, b. circa 1519
FatherHenry Phippen1 b. 1495, d. 1582
MotherAlice Peirce1 b. c 1508
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Anne Phippen was born circa 1519 at England.1 She married Robert Jordan circa 1541 at England.2

Robert Jordan1

M, #18359
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     Robert Jordan married Anne Phippen, daughter of Henry Phippen and Alice Peirce, circa 1541 at England.1

Family

Anne Phippen b. c 1519

William (Thickpenny) Phippen1

M, #18360, b. 1520
FatherHenry Phippen1 b. 1495, d. 1582
MotherAlice Peirce1 b. c 1508
Last Edited17 Oct 2001
     William (Thickpenny) Phippen married (?) Poole.2 William (Thickpenny) Phippen was born in 1520.1

Family

(?) Poole