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About Jonathan Philbrick

Jonathan Philbrook, was a shipwright, a farmer and a very enterprising man. In 1728 he sold his property in Greenland, and moved to Arundel, York County, Maine and then to Saco. He built the first ship ever built in Bath, Maine.

   In 1743 he removed to Long Reach on the Kennebec and built a garrison house which sheltered four families in the Indian Wars. He and his sons built vessels there. Their shipyard was near the spot where the Custom House in Bath now stands.

(Taken from the "Thompson Genealogy" by Charles N. Sennett.)

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Jonathan Philbrook was a shipwright, a farmer and a very enterprising man. In 1728 he sold his property in Greenland, and move to Arundel, York County, Maine and then to Saco. He built the first ship ever built in Bath, Maine.

   In 1743 he removed to Long Reach on the Kennebec and built a garrison house which sheltered four families in the Indian Wars. He and his sons built vessels there. Their shipyard was near the spot where the Custom House in Bath now stands.

Taken from the "Thompson Genealogy" by Charles N. Sennett.

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Jonathan Philbrick's Timeline

1574
1574
Bures, Essex, England
1694
March 25, 1694
Greenland, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA
1716
January 31, 1716
Age 21
Greenland,Rockingham,New Hampshire,USA
January 31, 1716
Age 21
Greenland, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA
1717
January 13, 1717
Age 22
Greenland, NH
1720
September 17, 1720
Age 26
Greenland, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
1722
1722
Age 27
St. Mary's, Bures, Suffolk, England
1723
1723
Age 28
1724
1724
Age 29
1725
April 9, 1725
Age 31
Bath, Sagadahoc, Maine, United States