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Alice Whipple (Angell)

Also Known As: "Elis"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Providence, Providence Plantation, (Present Rhode Island)
Death: Died in Providence, Providence County, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
Place of Burial: Lincoln, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Angell "the Immigrant" and Alice Angell
Wife of Eleazer Whipple
Mother of Deborah Wilkinson; Eleazer Whipple; Alice Harriet Mowry; Margaret Mowry; Elizabeth Peacock and 4 others
Sister of Amphyllis Smith; John Angell; Mary Arnold; James Angell; Deborah Seabury and 2 others

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About Alice Whipple

Burial

Find A Grave Memorial# 19439980

Source

Note: Some of the information in this profile comes from the following Ancestry.com page, which is based on an LDS Ancestral File and a GEDCOM by Laverne Edward Olney. None of these should be considered an.authoritative source.

Pierson/Hanke Family Ties Contact: Douglas DHanke@prodigy.net

  • Father: Thomas ANGELL b: 22 SEP 1615 in <of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England>
  • Mother: Alice ASHTON b: 1 FEB 1617/8 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England c: 1 FEB 1617/8 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England

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  • Alice "Elis" Angell Whipple
  • Birth: 1649 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA
  • Death: Aug. 13, 1743 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA
  • Children:
    • Deborah Whipple Wilkinson
    • Eleazer Whipple Jr
    • Alice Whipple Mowry
    • Harriet Whipple
    • Margaret Whipple Mowry
    • Elizabeth Whipple Peacock
    • Job Whipple
    • James Whipple
    • Daniel Whipple
    • Hannah Whipple Arnold.
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • Thomas Angell (1616 - 1689)
  • Alice Ashton Angell (1617 - 1694)
  • Spouse:
  • Eleazer Whipple (1646 - 1719)
  • Children:
    • Elizabeth Whipple Peacock (1680 - 1776)*
    • Job Whipple (1685 - 1750)*
    • James Whipple (1687 - 1731)*
  • Siblings:
  • Anphyllis Angell Smith (____ - 1694)*
  • John Angell (1645 - 1720)*
  • Alice Angell Whipple (1649 - 1743)
  • James Angell (1651 - 1711)*
  • Burial: Whipple-Mowry Lot, Lincoln, Providence County, Rhode Island, USA
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 19439980
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19439980

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  • ANGELL, Alice
  • b. 1649 Providence Co., RI.
  • d. 13 AUG 1743 Providence Co., RI.
  • Parents:
  • Father: ANGELL, Thomas
  • Mother: ASHTON, Alice
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 26 JAN 1668/9
  • Spouse: WHIPPLE, Eleazer
  • b. 8 MAR 1645/6 Dorchester, Suffolk, Mass.
  • d. 25 AUG 1719
  • Parents:
  • Father: WHIPPLE, John
  • Mother: HAWKINS, Sarah
  • Children:
    • WHIPPLE, Deborah
    • WHIPPLE, Alice
    • WHIPPLE, Job
    • WHIPPLE, Daniel
    • WHIPPLE, James b. 1686 Providence Co., RI. d. 3 OCT 1731
    • WHIPPLE, Eleazer b. 1687 Providence Co., RI.
    • WHIPPLE, Margery
    • WHIPPLE, Hannah
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_24f.htm#46

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  • John Whipple (c. 1617 - 1685)[2] was an early settler of Dorchester in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, who later settled in Providence in the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, where the family became well established.
  • .... etc.
  • With his wife Sarah, Whipple had 11 children, the first eight born in Dorchester, and the remainder born in Providence.[5] His oldest son, John, married first Mary Olney, the daughter of Thomas Olney and Mary Small, and secondly Rebecca Scott, the widow of John Scott (son of Richard Scott and Catharine Marbury).[2] Sarah married John Smith, Samuel married Mary Harris, and Eleazer married Alice Angell, the daughter of Thomas and Alice Angell.[6] Mary married Epentus Olney, the son of Thomas Olney and Mary Small, William's wife was named Mary, and Benjamin married Ruth Mathewson.[6] David married first Sarah Hearndon, and secondly Hannah Tower, and Abigail married first Stephen Dexter, the son of colonial President Gregory Dexter, and secondly William Hopkins, the son of Thomas Hopkins.[7] Whipple's tenth child, prominent merchant Joseph Whipple, married Alice Smith, and his youngest child, Jonathan, married first Margaret Angell, the daughter of Thomas Angell, and secondly a woman named Anne.[8]
  • A grandson of Whipple, Joseph Whipple, Jr. became deputy governor of the colony, and a great grandson, Joseph Whipple, III, was also a deputy governor.[9] Another great grandson, Stephen Hopkins was a governor of the colony, Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court, and signer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Whipple_(settler)

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  • Genealogical notes of the Whipple-Hill families, together with fragmentary records of other families by Hill, John Whipple
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalnote00hill
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/26/mode/1up
  • 1. Captain JOHN WHIPPLE, one of the early settlers at Providence, R. I., was born in England about 1616 or 1617, and died May 16, 1685. What part of England he came from is not known. History states that in 1630 about fifteen hundred persons landed in Boston from England. "Oct. 3, 1632, he was ordered to pay 3s. 4d. to his master, Israel Stoughton, for wasteful expenditure of powder and shot." As he was apprenticed to Stoughton, it is only fair to suppose that he came to this country with him. In 1637, he received a grant of land at Dorchester Neck. He married his wife, Sarah, at Dorchester about the year 1639-40, and they united with the church at Dorchester in 1641. He was a house-carpenter by trade, and owned a house and forty or fifty acres of land near Neponset village. He lived at Dorchester about eighteen years, and during that time there were born unto him six sons and two daughters.
  • He sold his house and land to James Minot in 1658, and removed to Rhode Island, settling at Providence, with his family, he received appropriation July 29, 1659. He had two sons and one daughter born at Providence, making in all eleven children. In 1660, he received a grant of land in Louisquisset. He also owned land in several other places, as mentioned in his will. February 19, 1665, he had lot 45 in the division of lands. May 31, 1666, he took the oath of allegiance to King Charles II, as did also his eldest son John. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/27/mode/1up
  • Captain Whipple lived in Providence about twenty-six years; during this period he experienced many hardships and privations, such as attend the first settlers of a new country; but among the many losses he had to meet, there could be none greater than the loss of his wife, who died in 1666, living with him only about seven years after they first came to Providence, and leaving in his care a family of several small children, the youngest an infant. He died May 16, 1685, and with his wife was buried in a garden-lot near his house. After several years, they with others of the family were reinterred at the North Burying Place. The following are the inscriptions on their tombstones :
  • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalnote00hill#page/31/mode/1up
  • Children of John (1) and Sarah Whipple:
    • 2. I. .... etc.
    • 5. IV. ELEAZER, born in Dorchester, 1645; died in Providence, August 25, 1719; baptized March 8, 1646. He took the oath of allegiance in 1667, and was a member of the general assembly in 1670. January 26, 1669, he married Alice, daughter of Thomas and Alice Angell. She was born in 1649, and died August 13, 1743.
    • 6. V. .... etc.

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  • Steere Genealogy: A Record of the Descendants of John Steere, who Settled in ... By James Pierce Root
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=Yz5VAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA104&lpg=PA104&dq=jonah+whipple+1761&source=bl&ots=OnamDZMwyu&sig=qxom2hWaHbRxmyq4GrEvXZw1Lbo&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjfhaqc4qnKAhUM9GMKHZUeBuc4FBDoAQgyMAU#v=onepage&q=whipple&f=false
  • Pg.183
  • CAPT. JOHN WHIPPLE, Sen., was an early settler of Dorchester, Mass. He was born in England about 1616 or 1617, and emigrated from that counrty as early as 1632. His employment was that of a carpenter, having learned his trade with Josiah Stoughton. .... etc.
  • Pg. 184
  • .... He had married, about 1640, Sarah —— , born in Dorchester about 1624.
  • Mrs. Sarah Whipple died in the year 1666, aged 42. Her husband died May 16, 1685, aged 68. His will was made May 8, 1685. He and his wife were first buried near his residence, but as this with other burial places were needed for public uses in the opening of Benefit Street, their remains were removed to the North Burial Ground, where their tombstones are to be seen.
  • Children:
    • I. .... etc.
    • IV. ELEAZAR, baptized March 8, 1646; m. June 29, 1693, Alice Angell, dau. of Thomas Angell. He d. August 25, 1719.
    • V. .... etc.

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Alice Whipple's Timeline

1648
1648
Providence, Providence Plantation, (Present Rhode Island)
1670
August 1, 1670
Age 22
Providence, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
1675
May 1675
Age 27
Smithfield, Newport, RI
June 3, 1675
Age 27
Providence, Providence, RI
1677
1677
Age 29
Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
1680
1680
Age 32
Providence, Providence, RI
1684
1684
Age 36
Providence, Rhode Island
1686
1686
Age 38
Providence, Providence, RI
1688
1688
Age 40
Smithfield, Providence, Rhode Island, USA