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Phebe Day (Wildes)

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Birthplace: Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts
Death: April 08, 1723 (66-74)
Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Wild, of Topsfield
Wife of Timothy Day, Sr
Mother of Timothy Day, Jr; John Day; Anthony Day; John Day; Jonathan Day and 16 others
Sister of Jonathan Wildes; Sarah Bishop; John Wildes, Jr.; Elizabeth Jones; Martha Wildes and 2 others
Half sister of Priscilla Lake and Ephraim Wildes

Occupation: accused of witchcraft in 1692, jailed in Ipswich, released
Managed by: Susan
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About Phebe Day

Phebe Wildes

  • Birth: 1653 - Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts
  • Death: Apr 8 1723 - Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts
  • Parents: John Wildes, Priscilla Gould
  • Husband: Timothy Day, Sr.

Children:

  • Anthony Day, Benjamin Day, Ebenezer Day, Elizabeth Day, John Day, Jonathan Day, Joseph Day, Priscilla Day, Susannah Day, Timothy Day

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Biography

Phoebe2 Wildes (John1 Wild) was born 1653 in Topsfield, Massachusetts, and died 08 Apr 1723. She married Timothy Day 24 Jul 1679 in GLOUCESTER, MA, son of Anthony Day and Susannah Matchett.

Notes for Phoebe Wildes:

Her husband's receipt for her legacy from her grandfather Gould's estate is as follows:-- "This Massachusetts sartefi to houm it Massachusetts consern that I Timothy Day have reseued the full and iust sum of my wife house name was Phoebe Wylds part of ye wish in riten bond of my unkel John Gould." In 1692 she was accused of witchcraft and was taken to Ipswich gaol where she remained until September 24, of the same year, when she was released on bonds for her reappearance, together with Mary Rowe and Widow Rachel Vinson. These three Gloucester witches were accused of bewitching the sister of Lieut. Stephens, and the story is also related that when the three women were crossing Ipswich bridge on their way to the gaol, an old woman who met them was immediately thrown into convulsions. The fact that she was taken to Ipswich instead of to Salem, where the trials were being held, may have saved her life, for there were so many victims in Salem that all others were forgotten.

She died April 8, 1723, aged seventy.

Notes for Timothy Day:

[New.ged]

Timothy Day, son of Anthony and Susannah Day of Gloucester, lived on the westerly side of the Squam River. He was a member of the First Church of Gloucester. In 1730, he deeded his Gloucester property to his son John for care and affection in his old age.[Cook.GED]

More About Timothy Day and Phoebe Wildes:

  • Marriage 1: 24 Jul 1679, GLOUCESTER, MA
  • Marriage 2: 24 Jul 1679, GLOUCESTER, Massachusetts

Children of Phoebe Wildes and Timothy Day are:

  • + 30 i. Timothy3 Day, born 19 Jan 1678/79 in OR 1680 TOPSFIELD, Massachusetts; died 16 Sep 1757.
  • 31 ii. John Day, born 21 Jan 1680/81; died 22 Jan 1680/81.
  • + 32 iii. Anthony Day, born 20 Dec 1681; died 12 Jan 1711/12.
  • + 33 iv. John Day, born 01 Feb 1683/84 in GLOUCESTER, Massachusetts; died 1747 in Gloucester,
  • Wildes Family in America
  • + 34 v. Jonathan Day, born 08 Nov 1685; died in Before 1732.
  • + 35 vi. Susannah Day, born 11 Apr 1688; died 19 Jun 1720.
  • 36 vii. Priscilla Day, born 25 May 1689; died 08 Jun 1689.
  • 37 viii. Elizabeth Day, born 23 May 1690; died 23 May 1690 in born alive but died shortly after.
  • 38 ix. Benjamin Day, born 05 Dec 1695; died 23 Jul 1697.
  • + 39 x. Ebenezer Day, born 14 Nov 1697.
  • + 40 xi. Joseph Day.

Priscilla Gould died date unknown. She married John sr Wildes.

Children of Priscilla Gould and John sr Wildes are: i. +Phoebe Wildes, b. 1653, Topsfield Ma., d. April 08, 1723.


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See Historical Document. accused of witchraft in 1692, imprisoned in Ipswich gaol, released after several months. Accused, along with Mary Rose and Rachel Vinton, of bewitching a sister of Lieutenant Stephens. Released Sept 24, 1692

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@R300592468@ Essex Institute historical collections, Volume 42 Essex Institute, Peabody Essex Museum Publisher :Essex Institute Press; Year Published: 1906; Original from Harvard University; MEDI: Book DATE: 8 May 2010 _ITALIC: Y _PAREN: Y

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@R300592468@ Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester County,... Ellery Bicknell Crane Publisher: New York, Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company; Year: 1907; Length: 828 pages; Book contributor: Boston Public Library; Collection: americana; blc 1572591 MEDI: Book DATE: 24 Jan 2012 _ITALIC: Y _PAREN: Y http://www.us.archive.org/GnuBook/?id=historichomesins01cran#104

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.Family Homepages MEDI: Internet Database (Rootsweb) _ITALIC: Y _PAREN: Y

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.Family Homepages MEDI: Internet Database (Rootsweb) _ITALIC: Y _PAREN: Y

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@R300592468@ Essex Institute historical collections, Volume 42 Essex Institute, Peabody Essex Museum Publisher :Essex Institute Press; Year Published: 1906; Original from Harvard University; MEDI: Book DATE: 8 May 2010 _ITALIC: Y _PAREN: Y

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Phebe Day's Timeline

1653
1653
Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts
1653
Of Topsfield, Essex, Mass.
1679
January 19, 1679
Age 26
Topsfield, Essex, Morocco
1680
January 19, 1680
Age 27
Topsfield, Essex County, Massachusetts
January 21, 1680
Age 27
Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
1681
January 21, 1681
Age 28
Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States of America
December 20, 1681
Age 28
Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1683
February 1, 1683
Age 30
Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1684
February 1, 1684
Age 31
Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States of America