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James Philbrick

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Probably England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Hampton, (Present Rockingham), Province of New Hampshire, (Present USA)
Cause of death: Drowned in the Hampton River.
Place of Burial: Old Cemetery, Hampton, Rockingham County, NH, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Philbrick, II and Elizabeth Ann Philbrick
Husband of Ann Philbrick and Anne Philbrick / Marston
Father of Apphia Hilliard; Lt James Philbrick; Esther or Hester Philbrick Nock; Thomas Philbrick, Lt.; (Unknown) Hall and 6 others
Brother of Hannah Walker; John Philbrick; Hannah Lewis; Elizabeth Robie; Sgt. Thomas Philbrick and 3 others

Occupation: Mariner
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About Lt. James Philbrick

  • A genealogy of the Philbrick and Philbrook families, descended from the emigrant, Thomas Philbrick, 1583-1667 (1886)
  • http://archive.org/details/genealogyofphilb00chap
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofphilb00chap#page/n20/mode/1up
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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. .....
    • (3.) II. John2 who m. Ann [Palmer] ? by whom he had 7 ch. In 1636 he was a proprietor in Watertown. but in the summer of 1639 he settled in Hampton and received a land grant there. ....
    • https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofphilb00chap#page/n24/mode/1up
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    • .... On the 20th, 8th Mo., 1657, he was drowned with his wife and daughter, Sarah, and five others. They were in a little sloop, on a shopping excursion to Boston by the easiest route. ....
    • (4.) III. Thomas2 b. in England in 1624, m. (1) in 1647 Anne (dau of Deacon William) Knapp, Sen.* of Watertown, Mass. and about 1651, settled on land in the part of Hampton now Seabrook, most of which has remained in the possession of his posterity for near 240 years. His wife, Ann d. 17 May, 1667, leaving 4 ch. ; and he m. (2) on the 22nd. 7th Mo., 1669, Hannah (wid. of Jn.) White of Haverhill, Mass., and dau. of Edward and Ann French of Hampton, by whom he had 3 ch. He was elected to different offices ; was Deacon, Nov. 1669; was selectman of Hampton 5 years, and in 1693 representative. He died 24 Nov. ^700, ae. 76.
    • IV. Elizabeth, m. (1) 1642 Thomas (s. of Aquiia) Chase who d. 1652, leaving ....
    • She m. (2) 26 Oct. 1654, E. P. Garland, and had ....
    • E. P. Garland d. 4 Jan. 1661, and she m. (3) Feb. 19, 1664 [or 1674] Judge Henry Robev. She d. 11 Feb. 1677.
    • V. Hannah was living and named in the will of her father in March 1664.
    • VI. Mary m. (1) abt. 1648, Edward (s. of Robert) Tuck of Hampton, who had ....
    • https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofphilb00chap#page/n26/mode/1up
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    • .... His father d. 6 Apr. 1652, and his mother m. (2) James Wall, a widower living near her, and had ....
    • James Wall d. 3 Oct. 1659. His widow lived till 1699, 40 years after his death.
    • VII. Martha2 , b. [Watertown]? 1633, m. (1) 1657, John Cass, and had ....
    • Gen. Lewis (s. Jonathan) Cass. b. in Exeter in 1782 was one of her descendants. (See Hist. Gen. Register VI. p. 246). She m. (2) William Lyons of Rowley, Mass.
  • 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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  • History of the town of Hampton, New Hampshire, from its settlement in 1638 to the autumn of 1892 (1893) Vol.2
  • http://archive.org/details/historyoftownofh02dowj
  • https://archive.org/stream/historytownhamp01dowgoog#page/n355/mode/1up
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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 :
    • John (2) ; m. Anna __ ; lost at sea, Oct. 20, 1657.
    • Thomas (3), b. ab. 1630; m., 1st, Ann Knapp; 2d, Hannah White; d. Nov. 24, 1700.
    • James (4), m. Ann Roberts; drowned in H. river, Nov. 16, 1674.
    • Hannah, m. Stephen Sanborn (14).
    • Mary, m., 1st, Edward Tuck (2) ; 2d, James Wall (1) ; d. Oct. 28, 1702.
    • Martha, b. 1633; m., 1st, John Cass (1) ; 2d, Nov. 30, 1676, William Lyon, of Rowley, Ms.
    • Elizabeth, m., 1st, Thomas Chase (1); 2d, John Garland (1); 3d, Henry Roby (1) ; d. Feb. 11, 1677.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historytownhamp01dowgoog#page/n356/mode/1up
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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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James Philbrick

  • Birth: Bef 3 Dec 1619 in England
  • Baptism: 3 Dec 1619 Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England 2
  • Parents: Thomas Philbrick, Elizabeth Knopp
  • Married: Ann Roberts b: in Dover, Strafford, NH
  • Death: 16 Nov 1674 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH 1

James Philbrick was of Hampton in 1644, a mariner. In 1670, he was chosen, with others, to run the Exeter line. In 1671, he had a grant of Lot 52, 40 acres, in the south part of Hampton, called "the new plantation" (now Seabrook). He had ten children. He was drowned in Hampton River, near the mouth of Cole's Creek, 16 Nov 1674. His widow married 8 Jul 1678 William "Mastin" [NEHGR 38:280]. NEHGR 2:97 says James "moved from Watertown to Hampton previous to 1650."

Children

  • 1. James PHILBRICK b: 13 JUL 1651 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
  • 2. Apphia PHILBRICK b: 19 MAR 1654/55 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
  • 3. Esther PHILBRICK b: 1 MAR 1656/57 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
  • 4. Thomas PHILBRICK b: 14 MAR 1658/59 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
  • 5. Sarah PHILBRICK b: 14 FEB 1660/61 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
  • 6. Joseph PHILBRICK b: 1 OCT 1663 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
  • 7. Elizabeth PHILBRICK b: 24 JUL 1666 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH
  • 8. Mehitabel PHILBRICK b: 19 JUL 1668 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH

Sources

  1. Lane Memorial Library genealogy records
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  • Meredith, N.H. : annals and genealogies (1932)
  • http://www.archive.org/details/meredithnhannals00hana
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/meredithnhannals00hana#page/428/mode/1up
  • Thomas Roberts had been a member of the church over twenty years. He died about 1673 and was buried on Dover Neck. Tradition, through Charles Roberts of Meredith, states that Thomas Roberts was drawn on a jury as one of the men to punish the Quaker women for maintaining their religion. He refused and the Dover magistrate took his cow away to punish him. In his will he gave most of his property to his daughter, Sarah, and husband, Richard Rich, but remembered in his will, John and Thomas; Hester, wife of John Martin; Anne, wife of James Philbrick of Hampton; and Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin Heard.
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  • ROBERTS, Jane
  • Family:
  • Spouse: PHILBRICK, James
  • d. 16 NOV 1674 Hampton, Rockingham, NH.
  • Children:
    • PHILBRICK, James
    • PHILBRICK, Bethia
    • PHILBRICK, Apphia
    • PHILBRICK, Esther
    • PHILBRICK, Thomas
    • PHILBRICK, Sarah b. 14 FEB 1660/1 Hampton, Rockingham, NH.
    • PHILBRICK, Joseph
    • PHILBRICK, Elizabeth b. 24 JUL 1666 Hampton, Rockingham, NH.
    • PHILBRICK, Mehitable
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_9c.htm#173
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1619
December 2, 1619
Probably England, (Present UK)
December 2, 1619
St. Mary, Bures, Suffolk, England
December 2, 1619
Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England
December 2, 1619
St. Mary, Bures, Suffolk, England
December 2, 1619
St Mary, Bures, Suffolk, England
December 2, 1619
St. Mary,Bures,Suffolk,England
1644
1644
Age 24
Hampton, (Present Rockingham County), North Plantation (Present New Hampshire), (Present USA)
1651
July 13, 1651
Age 31
Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
July 13, 1651
Age 31
Hampton, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire
1657
March 1, 1657
Age 37
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire