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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 12 2 Browse Search
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d. 21 Sept. 1722; Eliakim, bap. 25 Aug. 1723, d. young, David, b. 25 Sept. 1724; Mary, b. 27 Dec. 1725, m. Richard Lechmere (pub. 1 March 1754); Rebecca, b. 14 Feb. 1727, m. Joseph Lee, Esq. (pub. 15 Feb. 1755). Spencer the f. was son of Dr. David Bennett of Rowley by his w. Rebecca Spencer; he was b. at Rowley 6 June 1685, and was early adopted by Gov. William Phips, whose wife was sister to Mrs. Bennett. He took the name of Phips when quite young, which was confirmed to him as his legal nMrs. Bennett. He took the name of Phips when quite young, which was confirmed to him as his legal name by the General Court 18 June 1716. He grad. H. C. 1703, was a Colonel, Representative 1721, Councillor 1721-1732, Lieut.-governor 1732-1757. He bought the Haugh farm of more than 300 acres, embracing the whole of East Cambridge and the northeasterly portion of Cambridgeport, 15 Aug. 1706, and soon afterwards removed here. He also bought 2 Oct. 1714 the estate formerly owned by Dr. James Oliver, on Arrow Street near Bow Street, afterwards known as the Winthrop estate, which became his hom
d. 21 Sept. 1722; Eliakim, bap. 25 Aug. 1723, d. young, David, b. 25 Sept. 1724; Mary, b. 27 Dec. 1725, m. Richard Lechmere (pub. 1 March 1754); Rebecca, b. 14 Feb. 1727, m. Joseph Lee, Esq. (pub. 15 Feb. 1755). Spencer the f. was son of Dr. David Bennett of Rowley by his w. Rebecca Spencer; he was b. at Rowley 6 June 1685, and was early adopted by Gov. William Phips, whose wife was sister to Mrs. Bennett. He took the name of Phips when quite young, which was confirmed to him as his legal nMrs. Bennett. He took the name of Phips when quite young, which was confirmed to him as his legal name by the General Court 18 June 1716. He grad. H. C. 1703, was a Colonel, Representative 1721, Councillor 1721-1732, Lieut.-governor 1732-1757. He bought the Haugh farm of more than 300 acres, embracing the whole of East Cambridge and the northeasterly portion of Cambridgeport, 15 Aug. 1706, and soon afterwards removed here. He also bought 2 Oct. 1714 the estate formerly owned by Dr. James Oliver, on Arrow Street near Bow Street, afterwards known as the Winthrop estate, which became his hom
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