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Eliphalet Fox

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Middlesex Co., Concord, Ma.
Death: Died
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Fox, of Concord and Rebecca French Wheate
Husband of Mary Fox and Mary Fox (Stone)
Father of Thomas Fox; Eliphalet Fox; Samuel Fox; Mary Harwood; Joseph Fox and 9 others
Brother of Mary Fox (twin) and Elizabeth Ball
Half brother of Hannah Lester; Samuel Fox, of Concord & New London; John Fox, Sr.; Isaac Fox; David Fox and 1 other

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About Eliphalet Fox

Stanley history bio

Eliphalet Fox, the first son and third child of our Thomas and Rebecca Wheate Fox, was born in 1644 and died 15 August 1711, both in Concord, Ma. Eliphalet married first, on 26 October 1665 at Concord, Mary Wheeler who was born in 1645 and died 24 February 1679. She was the daughter of George and Katherine (–) Wheeler of Concord. Eliphalet married second, on 30 November 1681 at Concord, Mary Stone Hunt, widow of Isaac Hunt; she was born 1649 and died 1701. She was the daughter of Elder John and Ann Rogers Stone of Sudbury, Ma. Eliphalet married , as his third wife, on 15 April 1702 at Concord, Mary, widow of Robert Colburn, and the daughter of Edward and Sarah Wilder Bishop of Beverly, Ma.

Eliphalet Fox, of all of the children by his father, Thomas Fox, alone remained in Concord, Ma. to perpetuate the Fox name in eastern Massachuset. It is assumed that Eliphalet continued on as a tiller of the soil, i.e. farmer. He was made a freeman in 1690 and referred as a proprietor. His land holdings were 14 lots with a total of 106 acres with his residence being located on East Bedford Road. Eliphalet had six children by his first wife Mary Wheeler. The first two, Thomas born 1666 and Eliphalet born in 1668, died in their infancy. Samuel, born in1670 and died in1734, married, in 1693, Ruth Knight. Mary born in 1673 married, 1700, Peter Harwood. Joseph was born in 1675 and died in 1693, i.e., “was slain with a log falling on him”. Benoni, born 1673, married first, in 1707, Mary Ball and then married second, in 1712, Experience Page. Benoni, with family, moved to Glastonbury, Ct. Eliphalet, by his second wife, widow Mary Stone Hunt, had two sons, i.e., John born in 1682 and married,10 May 1704 in Concord, Susannah Merriam, who was born 15 August 1677, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Townsend Merriam of Concord, Ma. The second son was Nathaniel to come.

References:PH7:280; PH155:2,5,6,8,12-13,25,35,37,371; FH139:179-181; FH264:68-72; NEHGR:V-Jan,1858:92; V7:347; MD20:V3#2:9-12.

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Notes

From http://www.tributaries.info/p1639.htm#i16390

Eliphalet Fox was born circa 1644 at Concord, Massachusetts (no record surviving).1 His father's will, 25 Jan 1657/58, leaves his estate in the hands of wife Hannah until my eldest son Eliphalet shall arrive at the age of one and twenty years; at which time Eliphalet shall inherit two-thirds of the estate, the remainder secured to his mother until her death, on condition that he agrees to pay each of his siblings (of whom only Elizabeth is named) £5 each.3

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Eliphalet Fox1,2

  1. 70, b. 15 August 1644, d. 15 August 1711

Eliphalet Fox|b. 15 Aug 1644\nd. 15 Aug 1711|p3.htm#i70|Thomas Fox|b. b 14 Oct 1618\nd. 14 Apr 1658|p2.htm#i45|Rebecca (?)|b. c 1623\nd. 11 May 1647|p2.htm#i47|Thomas Fox|b. date unknown\nd. date unknown|p45.htm#i1106|Annis (?)|b. date unknown|p591.htm#i14772|||||||

    Eliphalet Fox was born on 15 August 1644 in Concord, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,3 He was the son of Thomas Fox and Rebecca (?). Eliphalet Fox married as his first wife Mary Wheeler, daughter of George Wheeler and Catherine Pin, on 26 October 1665 in Concord, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,4,5,6,7,8 Eliphalet Fox married as his second wife Mary Stone, daughter of John Stone and Ann Howe, on 30 September 1681 in Concord, Massachusetts Bay Colony.9,1,4,8 Eliphalet Fox married as his third wife Mary (Bishop) Coburn on 15 April 1702 in Concord, Province of Massachusetts Bay, They were married by Rev. Joseph Estabrook. Her first husband, Robert Coburn had died June 7, 1701.10,11,8 Eliphalet Fox died on 15 August 1711 in Concord, Province of Massachusetts Bay, at age 67.1,3,8
    Eliphalet Fox became a freeman in 1690.1

Eliphalet remained in Concord after Hannah moved to New London, CT. He and his descendents had farms in Concord. Some of the houses are still standing on the road to Bedford.

The sketch of Eliphalet in William Fox's book followed Savage and perpetuated his errors. The two sons named Joshua never exisited, and W. Fox falied to include son Joseph.10


Children of Eliphalet Fox and Mary Wheeler

   * Thomas Fox8 b. 10 Sep 1666, d. date unknown
   * Eliphalet Fox8 b. 15 Nov 1668, d. date unknown
   * Samuel Fox+8 b. 11 Sep 1670, d. 15 Jan 1733/34
   * Mary Fox+12,8 b. 30 Jun 1673, d. date unknown
   * Joseph Fox8 b. 17 Jul 1675, d. 7 Dec 1693
   * Benoni Fox+8 b. 17 Jan 1678, d. bt 1755 - 1757

Children of Eliphalet Fox and Mary Stone

   * John Fox+12,8 b. 15 Oct 1682, d. date unknown
   * Nathaniel Fox+13,8 b. 18 Feb 1683, d. 20 Dec 1765

Citations

  1. [S50] William Freeman Fox, Thomas Fox of Concord.
  2. [S29] Savage, online.
  3. [S81] Donald Fox, "Donald Fox's Data."
  4. [S153] History of Cambridge, MA, online.
  5. [S27] "The Florence Fox Harrop Papers," Florence Fox Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  6. [S358] Raymond David Wheeler, Wheeler Genealogy - England.
  7. [S586] Brooks Families of NE, online www.tributaries.us.
  8. [S901] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Concord.
  9. [S1032] Simeon Moses Fox, Thos. Fox of Concord.
 10. [S1029] Simeon Moses Fox, Corrections to Thomas Fox of Concord.
 11. [S323] Dr. George Henry Fox, Descendents of Isaac Fox.
 12. [S292] Descendants of Thomas Fox, 6/14/2002, Collection of A. Gulbransen.
 13. [S1033] Dr. George Henry Fox, Descendents of Eliphalet Fox.

suzysclanadded this on 20 Jul 2010

http://www.gulbangi.com/5families-o/p3.htm#i70

Daughters of the American Revolution magazine, Volume 19 l

concerted effort on the part of the Daughters of the American Revolution towards providing a strong antidote to the anarchistic teachings which are openly proclaimed in public places and circulated through printed matter.

Mary P. Jenney, Historian, Cincinnati Chapter.

THE BROKEN REGIMENT.

By Post Wheeler.

"Is our flag Haunting?

Or do they bear it low?

And where are all the columns

That \ve watched so?"

"Lad, the flag is drooping;

Look, and you will see.

The minute gun is firing—

What is that to me?"

"Is our flag waving?

Or is it draped with woe?

And where are all the comrades

That we loved so?"

"Lad, the flag is weeping,

The drum is muffled, too.

The minute gun is booming-

What is that to you?"

"Is our flag flying,

And goes it toward the foe?

And where are all the brave boys

That we cheered so?"

Lad, the flag is flying!

'Twill fly forever thus!

The minute gun is silent—

What is that to us?"

REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS.

This department is intended for hitherto unpublished or practically inaccessible records of patriots of the War of American Independence, which records may be helpful to those desiring admission to the Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and to the registrars of the chapters. Such data will be gladly received by the editor of this magazine.

Names Of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried In The Old Cemetery, Windsor, Connecticut.

Captain Jerijiah Barber, Ethan Barker, Isaac Chandler, Augustine Drake, Lemuel Drake, Jonathan Ellsworth, Oliver Ellsworth, Eleazur Gaylord, Eliakim Gaylord, Dea. Daniel Gillett, Amasa Green, Jabez Haskell, Ezra Hayden, Levi Hayden, Nathaniel Hayden, Thomas Hayden, George Loomis, Elisha Moore, Alpheus Munsell, Roger Newbury, Daniel Phelps, Jr., Dr. Elisha N. Sill, David Thrall, and William Thrall.

Mary E. Power, Registrar Abigail Ellsworth Wolcott Chapter.

Names Of The Revolutionary Soldiers Buried In PortAge County, Ohio.

Edinburg.—Elizur Bostwick.

Mantua.—Caleb Carlton, Samuel Gregory, Thomas Merrifield, Samuel Moore, Samuel Sanford, John Spencer.

Randolph.—Noah Davis, Ebenezer Goss, Richard Rogers.

Windham.—Elijah Alford, William Hobart, Colonel William Messenger, John Seeley, David Wolcott.

Mary LEE Gray, Avondale, Ohio.

Revolutionary Soldiers And Sailors Op The Town Of Dracut, Massachusetts.

In the August number of the American Monthly MagaZine , 1901, was published a partial list of the soldiers and sailors of Dracut. At the request of Daughters and wouldbe Daughters, who have not access to the list printed by the state of Massachusetts, the remaining names are herewith given. They are furnished by the Molly Yarnum Chapter of Lowell, Massachusetts.

Abbott, Daniel

Abbott, Samuel

Abbott, William

Adams. David

Adams, Jesse

Adams, John

Anger. Jesse

Annis, Charles

Ansart, Lewis

Atwood, Jacob

Atwood, Joshua

Austin, David

Austin, John

Baldwin. Reuben

Bancroft, Timothy

Barker, Asa

Barker. Benjamin

Barker, Jonathan

Barker, Moses

Barker, Moses Jr.

Barker, Thomas

Barker, Timothy

Barrett. Augustine

Barrett. Jonas Presc

Barron. Benjamin

Barron. Eliscus

Barron. Henry

Barron, John

Barron, Jotham

Barron, Samuel

Barron. Thompson

Beard. William

Bcttcy, John

Blood, David

Roman, John

Bowers, Benjamin

Bowers, Joel

Bowers. John

Bowers, John

Bowers. Oliver

Bradley. Amos

Brat'ley, Isaac

Bradley, Jesse

Bradley, John Bradley, Joshua Bradley, Josiah Briggs, Tobias Brown, Samuel Brown, 1 imothy Jr. Burns, George Butterfield, Jesse Calley, Mitchell Cary, Samuel Chambers Joseph Cheever, Ezekiel Clark, Tony Clement, Daniel Clement, David Clement, Isaac Clement, Moses Clough, Daniel Clough, Daniel Jr. Clough, David Clough, William Coburn, Abraham Coburn, Asa ottCoburn, Benjamin Coburn. Broadstreet Coburn, Daniel Coburn, David Coburn, Ephraim Coburn, Ezra Coburn, Henry Coburn, Hezekiah Coburn, Jacob Coburn, Jeptha Coburn, Jcrathmeel Coburn, Job Coburn, Jonathan Coburn, Joseph Coburn, Leonard Coburn. Oliver Coburn, Peter Coburn, Peter Jr Coburn. Phineas Coburn. Reuben

Coburn, Samuel

Coburn, Saul

Coburn, Silas

Coburn, Simeon

Coburn, Simon

Coburn, Smith

Coburn, lhaddeus

Coburn, Thomas

Coburn, Thomas Jr.

Coburn, Uriah

Coburn, William

Crosby, Benjamm

Crosby, Ephraim

Crosby, Jonathan

Crosby, Jonathan. Jr.

Crosby, Josiah

Cross, Abiel

Cross, Nathan

Cummings, Samuel

Curtis, Ephraim

Curtis, John

Danforth, Benjamin

Dantorth, William

Davidson, Francis

Davis, Dudley

Davis, James

Davis, Moses

Davis, Moses Jr.

Davis, Samuel

Davis, Timothv

Didson, Benjamin

Didson, Seth

Dowse. Joseph

Dunn, John

Dunn. Jonathan

Elliot, Samuel

Elliot. William 2d

Elliott. William Jr.

Emerson, Daniel

Emerson, William

Farmer. Edward

Farmer. Oliver

Fitch. Zabdiel

Fletcher, Josiah

Fletcher, Levi

Flint, Miles

Flint, Nehemiah

Flint, Simeon

Foard, Robert

Foster, Jonathan

Foster, Josiah

Foster, Simeon

Fox, Abijah

Fox, Daniel

Fox. Eliphalet

Fox, Isaac

Fox, Jesse

Fox, Joel

Fox, John

Fox, Josiah

Fox, Simon

French, Benjamin

French, James

Fry, Reuben

Fry, Timothy

Gardner, John

Gardner, Samuel

Gardner, Thomas

Gilcrest, John

Goodhue, Moses

Goodhue, Zachariah

Goodhue. Zachariah Jr

Goodwin, Thomas

Gordon, John

Gould, Benjamin

Gould. Gardner

Gould, Jesse

Gould, William

Griffin, Benjamin1

Hadley, James

Hall, Andrew

Hall, Asa

Hall, Moses

Hall, Oliver

Hamblett, Jonathan

Hancock, John

Harvey, David

Harvey, James

Harvey, John

Harvey, Joseph

Harvey, William

Harway, David

Haywood, Enoch

Haywood, Jesse

Haywood, John

Haseltine, James

Hcald, Josiah

Hehbard, Jacob

Hebbard, Joseph

Hebbard, Joseph Jr

Heseltine, Peter

Hildreth, Elijah

Hildreth, Israel

Hildreth, Josiah

Hildreth. Micah

Hildreth, William

Hildreth, William Jr.

Hill, Abijah

Hill, Paul

Hill, Solomon

Hills, Jonathan

Hoit, John

Hunt, Ebenezer

Hunt, James

Hunt, Jonathan

Hunt, Nehemiah

Hunt, Peter

" All merit comes

From daring the unequal:

All glory comes from daring to begin.

Fame loves the state

That, reckless of the sequel.

Fights long and well, though it may lose or win.

" With eyes to the front all.

And with guns horizontal.

Stood our sires."

"Their every battlefield is holy ground

Which breathes of nations saved, not worlds tm 'one.

REAL DAUGHTERS.

«

Mrs. Ferdinand Hawkins.

Mrs. Ferdinand Hawkins, was born in Reading, March 20, 1814. Her maiden name was Charlotte Lucretia Amsden. She was the daughter of Abel and Susanna (Story) Amsden.

Mks. Charlotte Lucretia Amsden Hawkins

Her father was one of the pioneer settlers of Reading, having emigrated from Southboro, Mass. She was born in one of the first houses erected in Reading. On January I, 1834.

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Eliphalet Fox's Timeline

1648
1648
Middlesex Co., Concord, Ma.
1665
October 26, 1665
Age 17
Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1666
September 10, 1666
Age 18
Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
1668
November 15, 1668
Age 20
Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
1670
September 11, 1670
Age 22
Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1673
June 30, 1673
Age 25
Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1675
July 17, 1675
Age 27
Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1678
December 17, 1678
Age 30
Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
1681
September 30, 1681
Age 33
Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1682
July 15, 1682
Age 34
Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA