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About Henry Phelps, Jr.
A Henry Phelps was made freeman of the Colony 13 Mar 1639 [Phelps & Servin, 1572; Shurtleff, Records of the Governor, 1:375]; this apparently was the younger Henry who would have come of age at about this time. Nothing further is known of an elder Henry and it may be assumed that he had died before 1639, although the date and place of his death and burial are unknown.
Henry Phelps probably married a daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Batter Antrum. Elizabeth was a sister of Edmond Batter who was one of the selectmen from Salem and served two terms as deputy to the General Court. Batter and Antrum arrived in Salem in 1635 with a group of men from Wiltshire who were prominent in Salem affairs. "Mr. Batter" and his "brother Antrum" are mentioned in the Salem Town Records of 1637. "Town Records," EIHC, 9 (Jan., 1869):43. In the settlement of the estate of Obadiah Antrum, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Batter Antrum, "John Phelps, son of Hen. Phelps, kinsman," shares equally with "Hana, wife of Isaack Burnap, sister of the deceased." The testimony mentions that Obadiah's Uncle Edmond Batter had been an administrator of the estate of his father, Thomas Antrum. Dow, Probate Records of Essex, 2:13-4. It appears that Edmond Batter was uncle to Obadiah Antrum, Hannah Antrum Burnap and (----) Antrum Phelps (wife of Henry Phelps and mother of John Phelps).
Charles Edwards Banks, The Planters of the Commonwealth (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1930), pp. 107-8; Carl Boyer, Ship Passenger Lists: National and New England (1600-1825) (Newhall, Calif.: Carl Boyer, 1977), p. 144. Between Edmundson's journeys of 1672 and 1676, Henry Phelps had died and Hannah had married James Hill. Edumundson, Journal, pp. 123-4.
- Americana, Volume 13 (Google eBook)National Americana Society, 1919 - United States. Page 58. Goodwin and Allied Families - the Phelps line
March, 1633/4 The Hercules departed London on March 24, 1633/4, and from Southampton on April 18, 1634, for New England.
The Hercules left London, England March 24, 1633/4 and Souithampton on April 18, 1634 with her master, John Kiddey, arriving in New England at an unknown date.
The following alphabetical roll is according to document from the Port of Southampton, copied at "the Custom house in Portsmouth" on December 6, 1735, by Thomas Whitehouse
Certificate of March 24, 1633/4, London
John Anthoney** of Hampstead, Middlesex, bound for Portsmouth, Rhode Island
(John Anthony on certificate for the Mary & John)
Thomas Foster of Ipswich, Suffolk, bound for Boston
William Foster of Ipswich, Suffolk, bound for Ipswich
Certificate of April 16, 1634, Southampton
(listed as Nathaniel Davis in "Planters of the Commonwealth")
(listed as William Elliot in "Planters of the Commonwealth")
William Fifeilde, bound for Hampton, New Hampshire
(listed as William Fifield in "Planters of the Commonwealth")
(listed as George King in "Planters of the Commonwealth")
Henry Phelps, bound for Salem
Thomas Rider, bound for Weymouth
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Henry Phelps, Jr.'s Timeline
Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Perquimans County, North Carolina, United States
September 18, 1965
December 8, 1965
November 8, 1967