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Philip Eastman

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
Death: October 20, 1714 (69)
Woodstock, New London County, Connecticut, Colonial America
Place of Burial: 543 Connecticut 169, Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Roger Eastman, Sr. and Sarah Eastman
Husband of Mary Eastman and Susanna Eastman
Father of Hannah Corbin; Capt. Ebenezer Eastman; Philip Eastman; Abigail Farnum and Susannah Swan
Brother of John Eastman; Nathaniel Eastman; Thomas Eastman; Timothy Eastman; Joseph Eastman and 5 others

Occupation: Soldier in King Philips War
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About Philip Eastman

Eastman Salisbury Massachusetts To Connecticut Migration

Philip was one of the first 50 landowners of Woodstock, CT. He was taken by Indians in 1674 and redeemed the same year. In a 1697 attack he and his family were taken prisoner while his house was burned to the ground. They later escaped. Philip Eastman was taken captive at the same time with the wife and children of Thomas Kimball, of Bradford; and whose house and buildings were burned by the Indians in 1698. He was in Captain Benjamin Lovett's Co., King Philips War. (Great Indian War of 1675 and 1676). On 22 Aug 1678 when Philip was 33, he married Mary Margaret Barnard, in Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Mary Margaret died on 11 Jun 1724.

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'Philip Eastman

Birth: 20 Oct 1644 Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts Death: 20 Oct 1714 Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut

ID: I117313

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Eastman-41 Last significant change: 7 Apr 2019

Phillip Eastman was born 20 Dec 1644 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts Bay to Roger Eastman and Sarah (Smith) Eastman. He is the brother of John Eastman, Nathaniel Eastman, Thomas Eastman, Timothy Eastman, Joseph Eastman, Benjamin Easman, Sarah (Eastman) French, Samuel Eastman and Ruth Eastman

Husband of Susanna (UNKNOWN) Eastman — married [date unknown] [location unknown]

Husband of Mary (Barnard) Eastman — married 22 Aug 1678 in Salisbury, Essex, Mass.

His children are Susanna (Eastman) Swan, Hannah (Eastman) Corbin, Ebenezer Eastman, Philip Eastman and Abigail (Eastman) Farnum. Philip died on 20 Oct 1714 in Salisbury, Norfolk County, Massachusetts Bay. Profile managers: Chris Hoyt, Thomas Bradbury, Richard Draper,, Todd Butler message], Lois Hirsch, and Matthew Schneider Profile last modified 7 Apr 2019 | Created 14 Sep 2010 | Last significant change: 7 Apr 2019 02:38: Judy (Flamer) Bramlage edited the Biography for Phillip Eastman (1644-1714). (Added category "Massachusetts, Eastman Name Study") [Thank Judy for this]


Biography

Philip Eastman, born in Salisbury, Massachusetts on December 20, 1644, was the son of Roger Eastman who came from Langford, county of Wilts, and sailed from Southampton in April, 1638, in the ship Confidence, bound for Massachusetts Bay Colony, where he was entered on the ship list, as a servant of John Saunders. (p. 5, 10) (note: Roger's wife is suspected as being ___ Smith).

Philip married 1st, a woman whose name is unknown, by whom he had one daughter. He married 2nd, Aug. 22, 1678, Mary Morse, born Sept. 22, 1645, widow of Anthony Morse and daughter of Thomas Barnard and Elenor, his wife, both of Newburyport, Mass. He married 3rd, Margaret ___. (p. 5, 10)

Mr. Eastman first lived in Haverhill, Mass., but his house being burned by the Indians, March 15, 1697, and some of his family captured and others dispersed, and himself captured at same time, he finally, after his escape soon after, concluded to settle in Connecticut, where his son Philip had preceded him. (p. 10)

A full record of his family has never been found. On the town record of Woodstock, CT, where he settled, mention is made of Philip Eastman as being represented by his heirs in the distribution of lands as laid out among the proprietors in 1715; mention is also made of his buying a piece of land in Ashford, a town adjoining Woodstock. Mr. Eastman was a soldier in King Philip's war. He died before 1714. (p. 10)

Children:

Susannah Eastman, born about 1673, in Salisbury, Mass.; died in Stonington, Conn., Dec. 20, 1772, in her l00 th year. She married 1st, in Haverhill, Mass., Thomas Wood, born __; killed by Indians, March 15, 1697. She married 2d, Aug. 1, 1699, John Swan, born Aug. 1, 1668; died in Stonington, Conn., May 1, 1743.(p. 19)

Hannah, b. in Haverhill, MA, Nov. 5, 1679; married James Corbin, of Ashford, CT. She went with her parents to Ashford. (p. 20)

Ebenezer, b. Jan. 10. 1681; d. July 28, 1748; m. March 4, 1710, Sarah Peaslee, dau. of Col. Nathaniel and Judith (Kimball) Peasley. (p. 20;23)

Philip, b. Aug. 15, 1684; m. Oct. 20, 1715, Mary Eastman, born March 29, 1690, dau. of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Hudson) Eastman. (p. 26)

Abigail, b. 1689; m. John Morse.(p. 20)[1]

  • * Births, Marriages, Deaths **

Salisbury Births

EASMAN, Phillip, s. Rogger and Sarah, 20: 10m: 1644. (p. 76)

BARNARD, Mary, d. twin, Thomas and Hellen, 22: 7m: 1645.(p. 18)[2]

Haverhill Marriages

EASTMAN, Philip, and, wid. Mary Mosse, Aug. 23, 1678. (p. 100)

Haverhill Births

Children: EASTMAN

Abigail, d. Philip and Mary, May 28, 1689. (p. 102) Ebenezer, s. Philip and Mary, Feb. 17, 1681. (p. 102) Hannah, d. Philip and Mary, Nov. 5, 1679. (p. 102) Philip, s. Philip and Mary, Aug. 18, 1684. (p. 102)[3]

Mary Barnard, b. is Salisbury Sept. 22, 1645, m. 1st Anthony Morse Nov. 11, 1669 as his 2nd wife and lived in Newbury. After his death, she married 2nd, Phillip Eastman Aug. 22, 1678 of Haverhill and later of Woodstock, CT. Her parents were Thomas and Elenor Barnard of Salisbury. Her father Thomas was killed by the Indians at Amesbury, before 1667. (p. 27) [4]

Newbury Marriages

MORSE, Mary and Phillip Eastman, Aug. 22, 1678. (p. 343)[5]

New England Marriages

MORSE, Anthony & 2/wf Mary BARNARD (1645-), m. 2 Phillip EASTMAN 1678; 10 Nov. 1669; 11 Nov.; Newbury (p. 520)[6]

Burial: Woodstock Hill Cemetery, Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut

Philip Eastman Death: Oct. 16, 1714

Inscription: Here Lies Buried the Body of Philip Eastman Aged 70 Year Deceast Oct 16th 1714[7]

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This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import.[9]

Name: Philip /Eastman/ [10]

Birth

Birth: Date: 20 DEC 1644 Place: Salisbury, Norfolk Co., MA[11][12] Data Changed

Data Changed: Date: 09 OCT 2005 Prior to import, this record was last changed 09 OCT 2005 .

Note

Note: Captured by Indians in 1675 while living in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Residence

Residence: Date: BEF 1675[13] Will

Will: Date: 07 OCT 1714 Probate

Probate: Date: 13 DEC 1714[14] Marriage

22 Aug 1678[15]

Born 20 OCT 1644. Salisbury, Essex Co., MA. [16]

Born 20 OCT 1644. Salisbury, Essex Co., MA. [17]

Marriage Husband @I00356@. Wife @I00046@. Child: @I00033@. Child: @I00358@. Child: @I00359@. Child: @I00360@. [18]

Sources

↑ History and genealogy of the Eastman family of America: containing biographical sketches and genealogies of both males and females Compiled by Guy S. Rix Concord, NH 1901 ↑ Vital Records of Salisbury Massachusetts to the Year 1850 ↑ Vital Records of Haverhill Massachusetts to the Year 1850 ↑ History and genealogy of the descendants of Clement Corbin of Muddy river (Brookline), Mass. and Woodstock, Conn. with notices of other lines of Corbins by Harvey Merrill Lawson ↑ Vital Records of Newbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 ↑ New England Marriages Prior to 1700 By Clarence Almon Torrey, Elizabeth Petty Bentley ↑ Find A Grave Memorial# 10856983 ↑ Entered by Chris Hoyt 16 May 2014. ↑ Eastman-901 was created by Vic Watt through the import of Ambrose.ged on Aug 22, 2014. This comment and citation can be deleted after the biography has been edited and primary sources are included. ↑ Source: #S34 ↑ Source: #S30 ↑ Source: #S0001 Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, Book 1, page 4; FHL microfilm 890,246. https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FC3J-TYD ↑ Source: #S34 ↑ Source: #S34 ↑ Source: #S0002 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FH1L-9JR : 4 December 2014), Phillip Eastman and Mary Morse, 22 Aug 1678; citing reference 186; FHL microfilm 877,468. ↑ Source: #S0001 Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, Book 1, page 4; FHL microfilm 890,246. https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FC3J-TYD ↑ Source: #S0001 Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, Book 1, page 4; FHL microfilm 890,246. https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FC3J-TYD ↑ Source: #S0002 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FH1L-9JR : 4 December 2014), Phillip Eastman and Mary Morse, 22 Aug 1678; citing reference 186; FHL microfilm 877,468. Corliss, Augustus. Genealogical Record of the Corliss Family of America (Yarmouth, Maine, 1875) Page 239

Notes

Note NI593Find a Grave : accessed 21 January 2011ÙCiÙDntbl Birth: Oct. 10, 1644 Essex County Massachusetts, USAntbl Death: Oct. 16, 1714ÙCbÙDrdrdbrdrw10 rdrdbrdrw10 ntbl There are alternative birth dates for Philip Eastman of 30 December 1644 and 20 October 1644. He was born in Essex County, Massachusetts and served in King Philip's War. He died in Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut. He was married 3 times: first to Susanna ____. Second to Mary Barnard, married date of 22 August 1678. Third to Margaret Davis, married date of "after 1696". He wrote a will on 7 October 1714 in Windham County, Connecticut, which was proved 13 December 1714 in Boston, Massachusetts. Family links: Children: ÙCuÙDHannah Eastman Corbin (1679 - 1752) <fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=40459697>ÙC/uÙD* Spouse: ÙCuÙDMary Barnard Eastman (1645 - 1712) <fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10856998>ÙC/uÙD * Reverse Relationships:] body=[This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person's memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added to Jane Public's memorial. ] fade=[on] fadespeed=[.09]"Point here for explanation Inscription: Here Lies Buried the Body of Philip Eastman Aged 70 Year Deceast Oct 16th 1714 Note: Son of Roger and Sarah (Smith) Eastman. Married Mary Barnard. Known children: Philip Eastman (1684-1741) who married his cousin Mary Eastman (1690-1742), and Hannah Eastman (1679-1756) who married James Corbin (1665-1736)ntblntbl Burial: ÙCuÙDWoodstock Hill </cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=eastman&GSfn=philip&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=in&GSst=8&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=10856983&CRid=1295626&df=all&>ÙC/uÙD Woodstock Windham County Connecticut, USA ÙC/bÙD

Source: S30 Title: Sons & Daughters of the Pilgrims Abbreviation: Sons & Daughters of the Pilgrims Source: S34 Title: Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts, Vol. 1 Abbreviation: Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachuset Source: S0001 Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915 Publication: FamilySearch LDS 15 JAN 2017 Time: 12:07:48 "Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1626-2001," database with images, FamilySearch : 4 November 2014, Phillip Easman, 20 Dec 1644; citing Birth, Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States, , town clerk offices, Massachusetts; FHL microfilm 893,105. Source: S0001 Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915 Publication: FamilySearch LDS Note: #N282 15 JAN 2017 Time: 12:07:48 Source: S0001 Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915 Publication: FamilySearch LDS Note: #N282 15 JAN 2017 Time: 12:07:48 FamilySearch: 4 December 2014), Phillip Eastman and Mary Morse, 22 Aug 1678; citing reference 186; FHL microfilm 877,468.

2 wives Susannah????

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Philip Eastman's Timeline

1644
December 20, 1644
Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
1673
May 11, 1673
Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1679
November 5, 1679
Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Colonial America
1680
February 17, 1680
Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts
1684
August 18, 1684
Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1689
May 28, 1689
Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts
1714
October 20, 1714
Age 69
Woodstock, New London County, Connecticut, Colonial America
1890
March 11, 1890
Age 69