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Philip Calvert, Esq.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Probably County Longford, Leinster, Ireland
Death: Died in St. Mary's City, St. Mary's County, Province of Maryland
Place of Burial: Historic St. Mary's City, St. Mary's County, Maryland, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of George Calvert and Joan Calvert
Husband of Anne Calvert and Jane Calvert
Father of Son of Philip Calvert
Half brother of Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore; Leonard Calvert, 1st Proprietary Governor of Maryland; Anne Peasley; Dorothy Talbot; Elizabeth Matthews and 6 others

Occupation: 5th Provincial Governor of Maryland
Managed by: Kevin Lawrence Hanit
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About Philip Calvert, 5th Proprietary Governor of Maryland

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dna-testing-links-300-year-old-remains-of-a-baby-to-a-colonial-md-governor/2016/10/16/43ed3446-84d8-11e6-92c2-14b64f3d453f_story.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phillip_Calvert_(governor)

Phillip Calvert, also known as Philip Calvert, was the fifth Governor of Maryland during a brief period in 1660 or 1661. He was appointed by the royally chartered proprietor of Maryland, Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore, as a caretaker to replace Josias Fendall.


Life


Calvert came to Maryland on the first expedition under Leonard Calvert. In 1656, he was made secretary of the province and one of its councillors. After the treason and overthrow of governor Fendall, Calvert became governor in 1660, and displayed clemency in pardoning Fendall.


In 1661, Charles Calvert, son of the proprietor, was made governor, and Philip was appointed deputy-lieutenant and councillor of the province. After this, he negotiated a treaty with the Dutch in which they agreed to abandon the disputed territory on the Delaware River. He was one of a committee which negotiated a treaty with the Indians, and of another commission which settled with the Virginia authorities a boundary line between Maryland and Virginia.


Family


He was son of George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore and his second wife, Arabella.


Calvert was married to Anne Wolsely Calvert. In 2004, her body was discovered during an excavation of land in the Chesapeake bay area of St. Mary's City, Maryland.

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Philip, b. 1626; d. 1682. He came to Maryland in 1660 and was long Chancellor; in 1669 he was Deputy Governor of the Province. Although twice married, he appears to have died issueless. He m. (1.) about 1658, Anne Wolseley (a first cousin of Jane Lowe Sewall, Lady Baltimore, q. v.), dau. of Sir Thomas Wolseley of Staffordshire, England; m. (2.) 1681, Jane Sewall, dau. of Jane (Lowe) Sewall, Lady Baltimore, by her first husband, Henry Sewall, M. D., of Maryland. Philip Calvert died shortly after his second marriage and his widow (Jane Sewall) married, secondly, John Paxton. - See more at: http://frostandgilchrist.com/getperson.php?personID=I18468&tree=frostinaz01#sthash.V2l8WpEx.dpuf

Consummate Public Servant and Keeper of the Conscience of Maryland - See more at: http://frostandgilchrist.com/getperson.php?personID=I18468&tree=frostinaz01#sthash.V2l8WpEx.dpuf

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Burial location was documented by video posted by Historic St. Mary's City on YouTube (Mar. 16, 2012), entitled "The Story of St. Mary's City" :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZW67KCrGkA

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Philip Calvert, 5th Proprietary Governor of Maryland's Timeline

1626
March 20, 1626
Probably County Longford, Leinster, Ireland
1682
November 1682
Age 56
St. Mary's County, Province of Maryland
1683
January 1683
Age 56
St. Mary's City, St. Mary's County, Province of Maryland
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Historic St. Mary's City, St. Mary's County, Maryland, United States