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Birthplace: Hampton, (Present Rockingham County), North Plantation (Present New Hampshire), (Present USA)
Death: Died in Rye, (Present Rockingham County), Province of New Hampshire, (Present USA)
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About Joseph Philbrick

  • A genealogy of the Philbrick and Philbrook families, descended from the emigrant, Thomas Philbrick, 1583-1667 (1886)
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  • THOMAS PHILBRICK,* or Philbrook is supposed to have come from England in 1630, or not much later, and settled in Watertown, Mass. He is said to have been a mariner in early life, and to have been master of a vessel before he emigrated from Lincolnshire in England. There is no doubt that he and his family were settled in Watertown in 1636. ....
  • .... His wife, Elizabeth, died, 12 mo. 19, 1663, and in March, 1664, when he made his will, he calls himself "very aged." He d. in 1667.
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  • No. 1. THOMAS PHILBRICK1 and his wife ELIZABETH had born in England:
    • (2.) I. James2 Philbrick in 1644 a mariner of Hampton, who [m. (1) Jane, (dau. of Thomas) Roberts of Dover]? He m. (2) Ann Roberts, her sister and had 10 ch. .... He was drowned in the Hampton River, near the mouth of Cole's Creek, 16 Nov. 1674. His widow m. 8 July, 1678, William Mastin. .....
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  • No. 2. JAMES PHILBRICK2 (Thomas1) 1622?-1674. Mariner, and his wife, ANN had b. in Hampton :
    • I. Bethia3 , m. 24 Apr. 1677, Caleb (s. Isaac) Perkins of Hampton, and had ....
    • (5.) II. Capt. James, Jr. b. 13 July 1651 , a mariner of Hampton, m. there 4 Dec. 1674, Hannah (dau. of Isaac) Perkins, b. 14 Feb. 1656, d. 13 May 1739. They resided on the homestead, and had 8 sons and 3 daughters. His will is dated 14 July 1722.
    • III. Apphia, b. 19 Mar. 1655, m. 3 Dec. 1674, Tlmothy Hilliard, and had ....
    • IV. Esther (Hester) b. 1 Mar., 1657, m. (1) Joseph Beard of Oyster River (Durham) who d. 1704. She m. (2) on 12 Nov., 1705, Sylvanus Nock of Dover, his second wife. He d. in 1716.
    • (6.) V. Thomas Jr. b. 14 March, 1659, cordwainer, m. 14 Apr., 1681, Mehitable (dau. of Dalton) Ayres, and settled in Hampton. In 1694 he was a grantee of Kingstown. In 1702, he sold his house and lot. some 5 acres, to Samuel Chapman, Jr., late of Ipswich, and removed to Kingstown, where he d. 1 Jan. 1712. .....
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    • VI. Sarah3, b. 14, 12 mo. (Feb.) 1660-61.
    • (7.) VII. Joseph, b. 1 Oct. 1663. a mariner, m. 1685-6, Triphena, (dau. of William and Rebecca) Marston, of Hampton, b. 25 Dec. 1663, who d. in 1729. in her 66th year. About 1714 he removed to Rye, where he d. 17. Nov. 1755, ae. 92. He had 9 ch.
    • VIII. Elizabeth, b. 24 July 1666.
    • IX. Mehitable, b. 19 July 1668, is said to have m. Timothy Hilliard after the death of Apphia, her sister.
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  • No. 7. JOSEPH PHILBRICK3, [or Philbrook] (Jas.2, Thos.1 ,) 1662- 1755, mariner, of Hampton and Rye, living near where the Farragut Ho. stands, and his w. TRIPHENA (MARSTON), had b. in Hampton :
    • I. Joseph4, b. 1686, d. an infant.
    • II. Joseph4, b. 19 Feb. 1688. [A Joseph Philbrook m. 26 Nov. 1719, Elizabeth, (dau. Jas. and Leah) Perkins, b. 1693-4, and d. 26 Mar. 1736, leaving in Hampton 3 children. E. P.]
    • (16.) III. Capt. Zechariah4, b. 11 Mar. 1690, m. Mary __ . In 1719, a mariner, in Newburyport, then a farmer in Hampton Falls, and had 7 ch.
    • IV. Sabina4, b. 1691, m. 14 Jan. 1713, Abraham Libbey, and had 7 ch., one of whom, Sarah, m. Penuel, (son of Sam'l) Chapman, of Greenland. [Another, Mary, m. Jonth., (bro. of Penuel Chapman, and had dau. Sabina, and a son, Anthony, who d. early] ?
    • V. Ann4, b. 13 Jan. 1694.
    • (17.) VI. Ephraim4, b. 12 Aug. 1696, m. Martha, b. Jan., 1702. (dau. Henry * and Elis. Gilman) Wadleigh, of Hampton. He settled, a blacksmith, in Exeter, had 6 ch., and d. 1747. leaving much land.
    • VII. Hester4, b. 2 May 1699.
    • VIII. Phebe4, b. 9 June 1701, m. Daniel Moulton.
    • * "Elizabeth Gilman, b. Exeter. 16 Aug. 1661. who m. 3 Dec. 1693, Henry Wadleigh. was dau. of John and Elis. (Treworthy) Gilman, who came from England in 1638, with his father, John, and grand-father. Edward Gilman."
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    • (18.) IX. Joses4, b. 5 Nov. 1703, blacksmith, m. 4 Jan. 1727, Abigail (dau. Wm.) Locke, who d. 12 Aug. 1783, ae. 77. They had 8 ch. He was an active business man and dealt much in lands. He d. 24 Mar. 1757,ae. 54.
    • X. Eliza4, (or Elizabeth) b. 8 Dec. 1706.
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  • History of the town of Hampton, New Hampshire, from its settlement in 1638 to the autumn of 1892 (1893) Vol.2
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  • I. Thomas Philbrick was married and had children, who were grown up before his emigration. On his arrival in New England, he went to Watertown and after a few years' residence there, the whole family removed to Hampton, though not all at the same time. The order in which the children are here named may not be the order of their births. His wife Elizabeth died Feb. 19, 1664. Mr. Philbrick probably died in 1667, as his will was proved on the 8th of October in that year. Children :
    • etc.
    • James (4), m. Ann Roberts; drowned in H. river, Nov. 16, 1674.
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  • IV. JAMES PHILBRICK, mariner, son of Thomas (1), married Ann, daughter of Thomas Roberts, of Dover ; lived on the homestead. He was drowned, with Peter Johnson. His widow married, second, William Marston (3). Their children :
    • James (6), b. July 13, 1651; m. Hannah Perkins; d. Nov. 4, 1723.
    • Apphia, b. Mar. 19, 1655; m. Timothy Hilliard (2).
    • Esther, b. Mar. 1, 1657; m. Sylvanus Nock [Knox?], of Dover.
    • Thomas (7), b. Mar. 14, 1659; m. Mehetabel Dalton ; d. 1712.
    • Sarah, b. Feb. 14, 1661.
    • Joseph (8), b. Oct. 1, 1663; m. Tryphena Marston; d Nov. 17, 1755.
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    • Elizabeth, b. July 24, 1666; [pos. m. Nathaniel Berry — see Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas (3)].
    • Mehetabel, b. July 19, 1668.
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  • VIII. Joseph Philbrick, son of James (4), married Tryphena, daughter of Capt. William Marston (1). Children :
    • Joseph, b. Dec, 1686; d. Feb. 21, 1687.
    • Joseph, b. Feb. 19, 1688.
    • Zechariah, b. Mar. 11, 1689. A Zechariah Philbrick m. Mary __ ; lived at H. F. Had ch. : Gideon, b. Sept. 6, 1718. Hannah, b. Sept. 6, 1722. Mary, b. Oct. 15, 1724. Sarah, b. Oct. 30, 1727. Joseph, b. Jan. 7, 1730. Ephraim, b. Oct. 21, 1731 ; prob. the Ephraim, who m., 1756, Mary, dau. of Abner Sanborn (19). Michael, b. Nov. 16, 1734.
    • Sabina, b. 1691; m. Abraham Libbey (2).
    • Ann, b. Jan. 13, 1694.
    • Ephraim, b. Aug. 12, 1696; settled as a blacksmith in Exeter; m. Martha Wadleigh; d. 1747. Had six ch.
    • Hester, b. May 2, 1699.
    • Phebe, b. June 9, 1701; m. Daniel Moulton, son of Daniel (13).
    • Joses (15), b. Nov. 5, 1703; m. Abigail Locke.
    • Elizabeth, b. Dec. 8, 1706.
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  • History of the town of Rye, New Hampshire : from its discovery and settlement to December 31, 1903 (1905)
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  • 2. James Philbrick, son of Thomas (1), married Ann Roberts. He was a mariner and was drowned Nov. 16, 1674, in Hampton river. Children :
    • 5. James, b. July 13, 1651.
    • Apphia, b. March 19, 1655; m. Timothy Hilliard.
    • Esther, b. March 1, 1657; m. Sylvanus Nock of Dover.
    • Thomas, b. March 14, 1659; m. April 14, 1681, Mehitable Dalton; cordwainer.
    • Sarah, b. Feb. 14, 1661.
    • 6. Joseph, b. Oct. 1, 1663.
    • Elizabeth, b. July 24, 1666.
    • Mehitable, b. July 19, 1668; m. Timothy Hilliard (second wife).
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  • 6. Joseph Philbrick, son of James (2), born Oct. 1, 1663; married, 1685-'86, Triphena, daughter of William and Rebeeca Marston of Hampton. He was the first of the name to come to Rye and settled about 1702 near Daniel Dalton's, near the house of Frances Jenness. He was ordered to court for building a house on the town's land. It is said that his wife was a daughter of one of the first three settlers of Hampton. She died Nov. 15, 1729, aged 66 years. He died Nov. 17, 1755. Children :
    • Joseph, b. Dec. 22, 1686; d. young.
    • Joseph, b. Feb. 19, 1688.
    • Zachariah, b. March 11, 1690; m. Mary __ .
    • Sabina, b. 1691; m. Abraham Libby.
    • Ann, b. Jan. 13, 1694; m. Stephen Berry of Rochester (?).
    • Ephraim, b. Aug. 12, 1696; m. Martha Wadleigh; lived at Exeter.
    • Hester, b. May 2, 1699.
    • Phebe, b. June 9, 1701; m. Daniel Moulton.
    • 9. Joses, b. Nov. 5, 1703.
    • Elizabeth, b. Dec. 8, 1706.
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From the History of Rye, New Hampshire: page 457:

"The first Philbrick who came to Rye was Joseph, about the year 1700, and settled near the house of Francis Jenness, in the south part of the town. He was the grandson of Thomas Philbrick, who came from Lincolnshire, England, with Sir Richard Saltenstall, and settled in Watertown in 1630, and removed to Hampton in 1645, and died in 1667, very aged. Joseph died Nov. 7, 1755, in his ninety-third year."


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"He was the first of the name to come to Rye and settled about 1702 near Daniel Dalton's, near the house of Frances Jenness. He was ordered to court for building a house on the town's land. It is said that his wife was a daughter of one of the first three settlers of Hampton."

Sources

  1. History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire p. 920
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Joseph Philbrick's Timeline

1663
October 1, 1663
Hampton, (Present Rockingham County), North Plantation (Present New Hampshire), (Present USA)
1685
1685
Age 21
(Present Rockingham County), Province of New Hampshire, (Present USA)
1686
December 28, 1686
Age 23
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
1688
February 19, 1688
Age 24
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
1689
March 11, 1689
Age 25
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
1691
1691
Age 27
Hampton, Rckngh, NH
1696
August 12, 1696
Age 32
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
1699
May 2, 1699
Age 35
Of Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH
1701
June 9, 1701
Age 37
Hampton, Rockingham, NH, United States
1703
November 5, 1703
Age 40
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA