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Timothy Phelps

Also Known As: "William"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Windsor, Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of William Phelps, of Windsor, CT and Anne Phelps
Husband of Mary Phelps
Father of Nathaniel Phelps; Timothy Phelps, Jr.; Capt. Joseph Phelps; William Phelps; Cornelius Phelps, Sr and 11 others
Brother of Cornelius Phelps; Mary Phelps; Joseph Phelps, of Simsbury; Sarah Phelps Wade and Mary Barber
Half brother of Richard Phelps; Samuel Phelps; Unknown Son Phelps and Nathaniel I Phelps, I

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About Lt. Timothy Phelps

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Timothy PHELPS

Timothy PHELPS was born on 1 Sep 1639 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. (18744)(18745) (18746)(18747) He served in the military in 1707 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. (18748)(18749)

  • He died in 1719 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.(18750) (18751) (18752) He had an estate probated on 6 Oct 1719 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.(18753) He served in the Queen Ann's War.(18754) *Parents: William PHELPS and Ann DOVER.
  • He was married to Mary GRISWOLD on 19 Mar 1661 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.(18755) (18756)(18757) (18758)(18759)
  • Children were:
  1. Timothy PHELPS,
  2. Joseph PHELPS,
  3. William PHELPS,
  4. Cornelius PHELPS,
  5. Mary PHELPS,
  6. Samuel PHELPS,
  7. Nathaniel PHELPS,
  8. Sarah PHELPS,
  9. Abigail PHELPS,
  10. Hannah PHELPS,
  11. Ann PHELPS,
  12. Martha PHELPS.

Left Windsor CT and helped to found Hebron,CT.


Timothy resided in Windsor, Ct., on the old homestead, on land purchased by his father from the Indians. He was propounded Oct., 1663, and made a freeman 2d May, 1664. May, 1690, "Thos. Allen chosen and allowed Capt. of Tained Band in Windsor, and Timothy Phelps, Lieut., and are to be commissioned accordingly."

Military Service: 1690 Lieutenant

Military Service: 1696 Captain

Military Service: 1701 Served in Queen Ann's War

The History of the Early Phelps Family in Simsbury and Windsor: (URL:

http://family.phelpsinc.com/origins/early_phelps_windsor.htm):

Last Will and Testament of Mr. Timothy Phelps of Windsor, in the

County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut in New England.

1n the name of God, Amen:

I, Timothy Phelps of Windsor, in the town, county and colony aforesaid

in New England, being very aged, and yet through the mercy of God

retaining a good measure of that understanding and memory that he hath

been pleased to bestow upon me, do make and ordain this to be my last

will and testa?ment: First, I commit my soul to God in Jesus Christ my

saviour and my body to the earth, to be decently entered. As for my

estate Real and personal, my just Debts and funeral expenses being

deducted and paid by my Ex", I will devise and bequeath as followeth.

Imprimis. I give, devise and bequeath all my estate what?soever, Both

Real and personal, To my three sons William, Cornelius, and Samuell to

have and to hold and Improve the same in trust for the use of my wife

during her natural life and after her decease my will is and I hereby

do give and de?vise all my houseing and Lands with the appurtenances,

To my sons Timothy Phelps, William Phelps, Cornelius Phelps, Samuel

Phelps, Nathl. Phelps and the heirs of Joseph Phelps, in the Room of

their father to be equally divided into Six Equal parts provided

always; and it is my will that they pay and make up to their Sisters

Sarah, Hannah, Ann and Mar?tha, my daughters or to their heirs and to

the heirs of my daughter Abigail deceased fourty eight pounds as money

apiece and my will is that what they have already received as entered

upon my book shall be reckoned as part of said sum and if my said sons

and the heirs of my son Joseph shall pay their sisters and their heirs

above mentioned in equal proportion except that the heirs of Joseph

shall pay four pounds more then an equal proportion and my son

Cornelius four pounds less then an equal proportion. And my will

further is that my wife shall have the free disposal of all her

wearing apparel at her decease and that my grandson Samuel Tiler shall

have half of that bequeathed to the heirs of my Daughter Abigail if he

liveth with me so long as I live or till he comes to the age of

eighteen years and I do hereby nominate and appoint my loving wife

Mary to be my executrix and my three sons Wil?liam, Cornelius and Sam'

to be my executors to this my last will and testament.

In witness whereof that this is my last will and Testament I ye sd

Timothy Phelps have hereto put my hand and seal this Second day of

March Anno Domini One thousand Seven hun?dred sixteen or seventeen.

his

Timothy X Phelps.

mark and a seal.

The said Timothy Phelps signed, sealed & declared this to be his last

will & Testament in presence of us.

John Mansfield, Thomas Moore.

And whereas I being aged and my wife so and not know?ing how long it

may please God to continue my life and not knowing what debts and

charge may Arise before I leave this world ivy will is that my sons

and my daughters & their heirs shall pay their equal parts and shares

of my debts and charges after my decease and my daughters Sarah

Hannah, Ann & Martha & the heirs of Abigail shall have fourty six

pounds apiece with what they have already have to be paid as money out

of my estate after my decease by the charge as above mentioned I

intend that if there be any extraordinary charge so that the

improvement of my estate will not maintain me this addition of my will

was made and published this second day of March, One thousand Seven

hundred Sixteen or Seventeen.

his

Timothy X Phelps.

mark and a seal.

Signed sealed and Declared to be his addition to his Will and

Testament in presence of us.

John Mansfield + Thomas Moore j

Windsor September 28th 1719

Then came before me the subscribers hereunto Capt. Thomas Moore and

John Mansfield both of Windsor and made solemn oath that they saw

Timothy Phelps sign and seal the foregoing written both sides of the

first half sheet of this paper & declared the same to be his last will

and testament and that they set their- hands thereunto as witnesses at

the same time and also that they saw said Timothy Phelps sign and seal

the writing on the other side of this half sheet paper and declare the

same to be his addition to his will and testa?ment and that they set

their hands thereunto as witnesses at the same time and that according

to their best observation he s? Phelps was of sound mind and memory.p

Matthew Allyn, Asst.


ID: I06073

Name: TIMOTHY WILLIAM PHELPS

Sex: M

Birth: 01 Sep 1639 in Windsor, Hartford County, CT

Military Service: Lieutenant

Death: in Windsor, Hartford County, CT

Note:

Mr. Phelps resided in Windsor, Ct., on the old homestead, on land purchased by his father from the Indians. He was propounded Oct., 1663, and made a freeman 2d May, 1664. May, 1690, "Thos. Allen chosen and allowed Capt. of Trained Band in Windsor, and Timothy Phelps, Lieut., and are to be commissioned accordingly."

May, 1696, "The soldiers at Windsor have chosen Timothy Phelps as their Capt, The Court approveth their said 'choice and does order the said officers shall receive their commis­sions. Sgt. Timothy Phelps that went up to the Great Falls in Oct. last, ordered by the Gov. and Council, 6 Feb., 1706-7, upon public service, shall be allowed 8 shillings apiece more than allowed them by Capt. Matthew Allen."

He was appointed a Lieut. by the General Court, receiving his commission in 1709, and served under Col. William Whiting, in Capt. Matthew Allyn's Co., in 1607, in the Queen Anne War. He died in 1719. His will, dated 2nd May, 1717, mentions all his children, (except Mary who died young,) and grandson Samuel Filer, son of his daughter Abigail.

11th June, 1667, "to the Poor of other Colonies, Timothy Phelps 3s. 6d." (Stiles(2) History.)

Capt. Matthew Allyn led a company from Windsor, in the unfortunate campaign against Quebec. From letters to his wife from the camp on Woods Creek near Albany, that "Himself, Tim. Phelps, Obadiah Owen, Mat. Taylor and Bartlett are sick. Taylor the worst."

In a deposition taken in Hartford, Ct., Mar. 1682-3, he is mentioned as son of William, about forty-two years old. Hartford Probate Records. Vol. 9, p. 338.

  • * * * *

Last Will and Testament of Mr. Timothy Phelps of Windsor, in the County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut in New England.

1n the name of God, Amen:

I, Timothy Phelps of Windsor, in the town, county and colony aforesaid in New England, being very aged, and yet through the mercy of God retaining a good measure of that understanding and memory that he hath been pleased to bestow upon me, do make and ordain this to be my last will and testa­ment: First, I commit my soul to God in Jesus Christ my saviour and my body to the earth, to be decently entered. As for my estate Real and personal, my just Debts and funeral expenses being deducted and paid by my Ex", I will devise and bequeath as followeth.

Imprimis. I give, devise and bequeath all my estate what­soever, Both Real and personal, To my three sons William, Cornelius, and Samuell to have and to hold and Improve the same in trust for the use of my wife during her natural life and after her decease my will is and I hereby do give and de­vise all my houseing and Lands with the appurtenances, To my sons Timothy Phelps, William Phelps, Cornelius Phelps, Samuel Phelps, Nathl. Phelps and the heirs of Joseph Phelps, in the Room of their father to be equally divided into Six Equal parts provided always; and it is my will that they pay and make up to their Sisters Sarah, Hannah, Ann and Mar­tha, my daughters or to their heirs and to the heirs of my daughter Abigail deceased fourty eight pounds as money apiece and my will is that what they have already received as entered upon my book shall be reckoned as part of said sum and if my said sons and the heirs of my son Joseph shall pay their sisters and their heirs above mentioned in equal proportion except that the heirs of Joseph shall pay four pounds more then an equal proportion and my son Cornelius four pounds less then an equal proportion. And my will further is that my wife shall have the free disposal of all her wearing apparel at her decease and that my grandson Samuel Tiler shall have half of that bequeathed to the heirs of my Daughter Abigail if he liveth with me so long as I live or till he comes to the age of eighteen years and I do hereby nominate and appoint my loving wife Mary to be my executrix and my three sons Wil­liam, Cornelius and Sam' to be my executors to this my last will and testament.

In witness whereof that this is my last will and Testament I ye sd Timothy Phelps have hereto put my hand and seal this Second day of March Anno Domini One thousand Seven hun­dred sixteen or seventeen.

his

Timothy X Phelps.

mark and a seal.

The said Timothy Phelps signed, sealed & declared this to be his last will & Testament in presence of us.

John Mansfield, Thomas Moore.

And whereas I being aged and my wife so and not know­ing how long it may please God to continue my life and not knowing what debts and charge may Arise before I leave this world ivy will is that my sons and my daughters & their heirs shall pay their equal parts and shares of my debts and charges after my decease and my daughters Sarah Hannah, Ann & Martha & the heirs of Abigail shall have fourty six pounds apiece with what they have already have to be paid as money out of my estate after my decease by the charge as above mentioned I intend that if there be any extraordinary charge so that the improvement of my estate will not maintain me this addition of my will was made and published this second day of March, One thousand Seven hundred Sixteen or Seventeen.

his

Timothy X Phelps.

mark and a seal.

Signed sealed and Declared to be his addition to his Will and Testament in presence of us.

John Mansfield + Thomas Moore j

Windsor September 28th 1719

Then came before me the subscribers hereunto Capt. Thomas Moore and John Mansfield both of Windsor and made solemn oath that they saw Timothy Phelps sign and seal the foregoing written both sides of the first half sheet of this paper & declared the same to be his last will and testament and that they set their- hands thereunto as witnesses at the same time and also that they saw said Timothy Phelps sign and seal the writing on the other side of this half sheet paper and declare the same to be his addition to his will and testa­ment and that they set their hands thereunto as witnesses at the same time and that according to their best observation he s° Phelps was of sound mind and memory.

Matthew Allyn, Asst.


[Hatte Blejer addition]

http://www.phelpsfamilyhistory.com/history/america/windsor-third-generation.asp

Lieut. Timothy Phelps, b. Windsor, Ct., 1st. Sept.! 1639, m. Mary Griswold, 19 March, 1661, daughter of Edward Griswold of Killingworth, Ct., she b. Windsor, Ct., bpt. 13 Oct., 1644. She died some years before her husband.

Mr. Phelps resided in Windsor, Ct., on the old homestead, on land purchased by his father from the Indians. He was propounded Oct., 1663, and made a freeman 2d May, 1664. May, 1690, "Thos. Allen chosen and allowed Capt. of Trained Band in Windsor, and Timothy Phelps, Lieut., and are to be commissioned accordingly."

May, 1696, "The soldiers at Windsor have chosen Timothy Phelps as their Capt, The Court approveth their said 'choice and does order the said officers shall receive their commis­sions. Sgt. Timothy Phelps that went up to the Great Falls in Oct. last, ordered by the Gov. and Council, 6 Feb., 1706-7, upon public service, shall be allowed 8 shillings apiece more than allowed them by Capt. Matthew Allen."

He was appointed a Lieut. by the General Court, receiving his commission in 1709, and served under Col. William Whiting, in Capt. Matthew Allyn's Co., in 1607, in the Queen Anne War. He died in 1719. His will, dated 2nd May, 1717, mentions all his children, (except Mary who died young,) and grandson Samuel Filer, son of his daughter Abigail.

11th June, 1667, "to the Poor of other Colonies, Timothy Phelps 3s. 6d." (Stiles(2) History.)

Capt. Matthew Allyn led a company from Windsor, in the unfortunate campaign against Quebec. From letters to his wife from the camp on Woods Creek near Albany, that "Himself, Tim. Phelps, Obadiah Owen, Mat. Taylor and Bartlett are sick. Taylor the worst."

In a deposition taken in Hartford, Ct., Mar. 1682-3, he is mentioned as son of William, about forty-two years old. Hartford Probate Records. Vol. 9, p. 338.

Last Will and Testament of Mr. Timothy Phelps of Windsor, in the County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut in New England.

(1) From The Phelps Family of America and Their English Ancestors, (Save $201 by ordering through us.) Two volumes. By Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps and Andrew T. Servin. (Eagle Publishing Company of Pittsfield, Mass., 1899)Original spelling and punctuation preserved.) pp 77-89

(2) Henry R. Stiles, A.M., M.D., History of Ancient Windsor, 2 Vols. (Picton Press, Camden, Maine). 1891, 1892.

(3)Trumbull, B. Complete History of Connecticut, Civil and Ecclesiastical. 2 vols. New London,1898.



1.  Families Directly Descended from ALL THE ROYAL FAMILIES IN EUROPE [495-1932] and Mayflower Descendants by their Lineal Descendant Mrs. [Oscar Herbert] Elizabeth M. Leach Rixford. Burlington, VT 1932. Clearfield Pub. Co. 2002.  Pages 110-118. FIRST GENERATION IN AMERICA.  LIEUT. TIMOTHY PHELPS [seventh child of William and Mary [Dover] Phelps, born in Windsor, Conn., September 1, 1639; married Mary Griswold, March 19, 1661, daughter of Edward Griswold of Killingworth, Conn.; she was born in Windsor, Conn; baptized October 13, 1644.  She died some years before her husband.
 Mr. Phelps resided in Windsor, Conn., on the old homestead, on land purchased by his father from the Indians.  He was propounded October, 1663, and made freeman May 2, 1664.  May, 1690, "Thos. Allen chosen and allowed Capt. of Trainband in Windsor, and Timothy Phelps, Lieut., and are to be commissioned accordingly."
 May, 1696, "The soldiers at Windsor have chosen Timothy Phelps as their Capt.  The Court approved their said choice and does order the said officers shall receive their commissions.  Sgt. Timothy Phelps that went up to the Great Falls in Oct. last, ordered by Gov. and Council, 6 Feb. 1706-7, upon public service, shall be allowed 8 shillings apiece more than allowed them by Capt. Mathew Allen."  He was appointed a Lieut. by the General Court receiving his commission in 1709, and served under Col. William Whiting in Captain Matthew Allyn's Co., in 1707, in the Queen Anne War.  He died in 1719.  His will, dated 2nd May 1717, mentions all his children [except Mary who died young], and grandson Samuel Filer, son of his daughter Abigail.  Timothy Phelps was commissioned Lieutenant of Captain Thomas Allyn's Company or trainband in Windsor, May 1696",  [See War Records in State House at Hartford, Conn.].
 June 11, 1667, "to the Poor of other Colonies, Timothy Phelps 3s.6d". ["Stiles History"].
 Capt. Matthew Allyn led a company from Windsor, in the unfortunate campaign against Quebec.  From letters to his wife from the camp on Weeds Creek near Albany, that "Himself, Tim. Phelps, Obadiah Owen, Nat. Taylor and Bartlett are sick.l  Taylor the worst."
 In a deposition taken at Hartford, Conn., March 1682-3, he is mentioned as son of William, about forty-two years old.
 References:  Phelps Genealogy, by Phelps and Servin, 1899, pages 12, 47 to 54;  History of Royal Society, Vol II, page 3; Trumbell's History of Connecticut; History of Tewksbury; Antiquities of Tewksbury, by Dyde; Burke's Landed Gentry; Burke's Commons; and Dyde Genealogy.  

2. The Hatch & Brood of Time -5 Phelps Families 1720-1880, by Peter Haring Judd. Newbury Street Press 1999. Pages 304-306. On 8 Nov 1663 he owned the Halfway Covenant at the Windsor Church. On 8 Oct 1663 he was proposed for freeman which he became on 12 May 1664. About 1683 he was made sergeant in train band [Sgt Timothy Phelps] is listed as the father of Hannah [1684] and her younger sisters in vital records. On 8 May 1690 he was chosen by the train band as Lieutenant [PRCC, 4:26]. and on 14 May 1696 as captain, he was assigned to the area “south of the rivulet” [Farmington River]. On 15 April 1698 he applied to the General Court by way of complaint against a late act of the townsmen of Windsor concerning their common fence. His military service outside the town was acknowledged on 6 Feb 1706/7, when the governor and council ordered that Timothy Phelps and others that “that went up to the Great Falls in October last shall be allowe eight shillings apiece more than what is allowed them in the debenture given them by Captain Mathew Allin”. Timothy’s will, dated 2 March 1716/17, was proved on 6 October 1719. [Windsor Probate Records 338-30-51]. The executors of his estate, valued at £344 19s O6d, were sons William, Cornelius and Samuel. The following bequests were made: Being very aged yet retaining good measure of understanding and memory.....I give, devise and bequeath all my estate whatsoever, both real and personal to my three sons, William, Cornelius and Samuel, to have hold and improve the same in trust for the use of my wife during her natural life, and after her decease my will is, and I hereby do give and devise all my housing and lands with the appurtenance to my sons Timothy Phelps, Wm Phelps, Cornelius Phelps, Samuel Phelps, and heirs of Joseph Phelps in the room of their father, to be equally divided into six equal parts....and it is my will, that they pay and make up to their sisters, Sarah, Hannah, Ann and Martha, my daughters or to their heirs and to the heirs of my daughter Abigail deceased £48 as money apiece; and my will is that what they have already recd. as entered upon my book shall be reckoned as part of said sums, and ye my said sons and the heirs of my son Joseph shall pay their sisters and their heirs above mentioned in equal proportion except that the heirs of my daughter Abigail if he liveth with me so long as I live, or till he comes to the age of 18 years. 3. Volume II - HARTFORD DISTRICT 1 700-1729. Probate Records 1710-1715. Page 419-420. [Pg 338-350-351] PHELPS, CAPT. Timothy, Windsor. inventory. £344-19-06. Taken by John Palmer and James Enno. Will dated 2nd March, 1716-1717. I, Timothy Phelps of Windsor, being very aged yet retaining a good measure of understanding and memory, do make this my last will and testament: Imprimis. I give, devise and bequeath all my estate whatsoever, both real and personal, to my three sons, William, Cornelius and Samuel, to have, hold and improve the same in trust for the use of my wife during her natural life, and after her decease my will is, and I hereby do give and devise all my houseing and lands with the appurtenances to my sons Timothy Phelps, William Phelps, Cornelius Phelps, Samuel Phelps, Nathaniel Phelps, and heirs of Joseph Phelps in the room of their father, to be equally divided into six equal parts, provided always, and it is my will, that they pay and make up to their sisters, Sarah, Hannah, Ann and Martha, my daughters, or to their heirs, and to the heirs of my daughter Abigail deceased, £48 as money apiece; and my will is that what they have already recd. as entered upon my book shall be reckoned as part of sd summs, and yt my sd sons and the heirs of my son Joseph shall pay their sisters and their heirs above mentioned in equal proportion, except that the heirs of Joseph shall pay £4 more than an equal proportion, and my son Cornelius £4 less than an equal proportion. And my will further is, that my wife shall have the free disposal of all her wearing aparell at her decease, and that y grandson Samuel Fyler shall have half of the bequeathed to the heirs of my daughter abigail if he liveth with me so long as I live, or till he comes of the age 18 years. I appoint my wife Mary and my three sons, William, Cornelius and Samuel, to be executors. Signed TIMOTHY [X] PHELPS, LS. Witness: John Mansfield and Thomas Moore. And whereas, I being aged and my wife soe, and not knowing how long it may please God to continue my life, and not knowing what debts and charge may arise before I leave this world, my will is that my sons and my daughters and their heirs shall pay their equal parts and shares of my debts and charges after my deceasee. And my daughters, Sarah, Hannah, Ann and Martha, and the heirs of Abigail, shall have £46 apiece with what they have already had, to be paid as oney out of my estates after my decease. By the charge as above mentioned I intend that if there be any extraordinary charge, so that the improvement of my estate will [need page 20]. [Copied as written] 6. COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD of Tolland and Windham Counties Connecticut. J H Beers & Co. 1906. Pages 530. LIEUT. Timothy Phelps, son of William [the settler] and Mary Dover, was born at Windsor, Connecticut, September 1, 1639, and was married May 19, 1661, to Mary, daughter of Edward Griswold, who was born October 3, 1644; he died 1719. They had twelve children. The eldest, [1] Timothy, who married Martha Crowe, November 4, 1686, removed to Hebron, Connecticut about 1690, and erected a log house on the farm now occupied by Frederick P. Bissell, about one mile south of Hebron Green. William Shipman of Saybrook and he were the first two permanent settlers of Hebron, and he serbed as the first town clerk; he died September 28, 1729. [2] Joseph is mentioned later. [3] William born February 4, 1668 at Windsor, married, first Abigail Mudge, December 7, 1690, who died April 24, 1705, and second Ruther Barber, April 18, 1706. [4] Cornelius, born April 26, 1671, married Sarah Mansfiled, November 2, 1704. [5] Mary, born August 14, 1673, died March 23, 1690. [6] Samuel born January 29, 1673, married Abigail Eno, April 3, 1707. [7] Nathaniel born January 7, 1677, married Hannah Bissell, March 28, 1700 and located in Hebron, Connecticut. [8] Sarah was born December 27, 1679 [9] Abigail, born June 5, 1682, married Samuel Marshall July 12, 1706. [10] Hannah was born August 4, 1684. [11] Ann born October 2, 1686, married David Porter, January 13, 1707. [12] Martha, born November 12, 1688, married Samuel Colcomb, October 13, 1709. 7. Families Directly Descended from all the Royal Families in Europe. by Mrs. [Oscar Herbert] Elizabeth M. Leach Rixford, Clearfield Publishing, Pages 113-114. LIEUT. TIMOTHY PHELPS [seventh child of William and Mary [Dover] Phelps, born in Windsor, Connecticut, September 1, 1639; married Mary Griswold, 19 March 1661, daughter of Edward Griswold, of Killingworth, Connecticut; she was born in Windsor, Connecticut; baptized 13 October 1644. She died some years before her husband.

 Mr. Phelps resided in Windsor, Connecticut, on the old homestead, on land purchased by his father from the Indians.  He was propounded October, 1663, and made freeman 2 May 1664.  May, 1690, “Thos. Allen chosen and allowed Capt. of Trainband in Windsor, and Timothy Phelps, Lieut., and are to be commissioned accordingly.”
 May 1696, “The soldiers at Windsor have chose Timothy Phelps as their Captain.  The Court approved their said choice and does order the said officers shall receive their commissions.  Sgt. Timothy Phelps that went up to the Great Falls in October last, ordered by Gov. and Council, 6 February 1706-7, upon public service, shall be allowed 8 shillings apiece more than allowed them by Capt. Mathew Allen.”  He was appointed a Lieut. by the General Court, receiving Allen.”  He was appointed a Lieut.  by the General Court, receiving his commission in 1709, and served under Col. William Whiting in Capt. Matthew Allyn’s Co., in 1697, in the Queen Anne War.  He died in 1719.  His will, dated 2nd May, 1717, mentions all his children [except Mary who died young] and grandson Samuel Filer, son of his daughter Abigail.  Timothy Phelps was commissioned Lieutenant of Captain Thomas Allyn’s Company or trainband in Windsor, May 1690.  Commissioned Captain of company or trainband in Windsor, May 1696.” [See War Records in State House at Hartford, Connecticut].
 June 11, 1667, “to the Poor of other Colonies, Timothy Phelps 3s. 6d”. [“Stiles’ History.”]
 Capt. Matthew Allyn led a company from Windsor, in the unfortunate campaign against Quebec.  From letters to his wife from the camp on Weeds Creek near Albany, that “Himself, Tim. Phelps, Obadiah Owen, Nat. Taylor and Bartlett are sick.  Taylor the worst.”
 In a deposition taken at Hartford, Connecticut March 1682-3, he is mentioned as son of William, about forty-two years old. 
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Lt. Timothy Phelps's Timeline

1639
September 1, 1639
Windsor, Connecticut Colony
September 1, 1639
Windsor, Hartford, Ct
September 1, 1639
September 1, 1639
Windsor, Hartford, Ct
September 1, 1639
September 1, 1639
Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
September 1, 1639
September 1, 1639
Windsor, Hartford, CT, Vol 7
1663
November 1, 1663
Age 24
Windsor, Connecticut Colony