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ing the different sorts of each. T. Gage. To Major General Brattle. Which order I obeyed. I did the like to Governors Pownal, Bernard, and Hutchinson; in doing of which, every soldier will say I did but my duty. But it is affirmed, I advised the Governor to remove the powder: this I positively deny, because it is absolutely false. It never so much as entered into my mind or thought. After I had made my return, I never heard one word about the affair till the night before last, when Sheriff Phipps came to my house with the Governor's order to deliver him the powder and guns; the keys of the powder-house I then delivered him, and wrote to Mr. Mason, who had the care of the guns under me, to deliver them, which I suppose he did; both I imagine were taken, but where transported I know not. I wrote to the Governor what is contained in the Hand-Bill lately printed. I did not write the Governor the grounds and reasons of the Quere therein contained, but I will now mention them. They p
Nathaniel Green, John Hastings, Nathaniel Healy, Zachariah Hicks, Jacob Hill, Justinian Holden, Sebeas Jackson, Ambrose McFassett, Daniel Magennis, Amos Marrett, Thomas Mitchelson, John Needham, Thomas Oliver, Zachariah Paddlefoot, John Park, Solomon Phipps, Henry Prentice, James Prentice, Solomon Prentice, William Reed, Samuel Robbins, Jason Russell, William Russell, John Smith, Joseph Smith, Nathaniel Smith, Samuel Smith, John Squire, John Stedman, Andrew Stimson [or Stevenson], John Streeter,, Isaac Tufts, Elkanah Welch, Jeduthun Wellington; Corporals, Michael Applebee, Ebenezer Brown, Stephen Cook, Moses Coolidge, John Cooper, Thomas Cutter, James Fowle, Joshua Gamage, John Hackleton, Nathaniel Learned, James Locke, James Perry, Solomon Phipps, Seth Stone, John Tidd, James Tufts, John Warland, Thomas Warland. Abraham Watson, Jr., was Surgeon of Col. Gardner's Regiment, and James Winthrop was aid-de-camp to Gen. Prescott. Besides the private soldiers whose names appear on the befo
bap. 23 Mar. 1701-2; Joseph, b. 19 Sept. 1704; Abigail, b. 24 June 1706; Susanna, b. 8 Sept. 1709; John, b. 7 June 1713. Joseph the f. d. 19 Jan. 1729-30; his w. Sarah d. 1 July 1730, a. 58. 7. Daniel, s. of Daniel (4), m. Bethia, dau. of Solomon Phipps and gr. dau. of Thomas Danforth, and had Thomas, bap. 7 Mar. 1696-7; Dorcas, bap. 18 Ap. 1697, d. 26 Mar. 1705; Daniel, b. 21 July 1700; Solomon, b. 17 Mar. 1701-2; Noah, b. 14 Sept. 1704; Downing, bap. 10 Mar. 1705-6; Richard, bap. 23 Nov. 23 Feb. 1643-1, and had Sarah, b. 16 Ap. 1645, d. 29 Oct. 1645; Sarah, b. 11 Nov. 1646, m. Rev. Joseph Whiting of Lynn, and afterwards of Southampton, L. I., and d. before 1699; Mary, b. 20 Ap. 1649, d. 29 Ap. 1649; Mary, b. 28 July 1650, m. Solomon Phipps of Chs. July 1669, and Maj. Thomas Brown of Sudbury, 1 Mar. 1703-4, and was living as his widow in 1725; Samuel, b. Oct. 1652, grad. H. C. 1671, and d. unm. in England 22 Dec. 1676, of small-pox; Thomas, b. 16 Dec. 1654, d. young; Jonathan,
d d. 25 Nov. 1761; John, b. 6 Feb. 1709-10, and d. 12 June 1710. Samuel the f. d. 8 Mar. 1745-6; his w. Hannah d. 1 Sept. 1748, a. 78. 6. Joseph, s. of Samuel (3), by w. Sarah, had Sarah, bap. 21 Feb. 1696-7; Esther, bap. 9 Oct. 1698; Elizabeth, bap. 23 Mar. 1701-2; Joseph, b. 19 Sept. 1704; Abigail, b. 24 June 1706; Susanna, b. 8 Sept. 1709; John, b. 7 June 1713. Joseph the f. d. 19 Jan. 1729-30; his w. Sarah d. 1 July 1730, a. 58. 7. Daniel, s. of Daniel (4), m. Bethia, dau. of Solomon Phipps and gr. dau. of Thomas Danforth, and had Thomas, bap. 7 Mar. 1696-7; Dorcas, bap. 18 Ap. 1697, d. 26 Mar. 1705; Daniel, b. 21 July 1700; Solomon, b. 17 Mar. 1701-2; Noah, b. 14 Sept. 1704; Downing, bap. 10 Mar. 1705-6; Richard, bap. 23 Nov. 1707; Thomas, b. 14 Oct. 1709. The parents prob. d. 1754, in which year their son Richard was appointed administrator of their joint estates. 8. Samuel, s. of Samuel (5), m. Abigail Stearns of Concord 1739, had Mary, bap. 19 Ap. 1741, d. 22 Sept
and d. 26 Oct. 1680, a. 61; Thomas, b. 1622; Anna, b. prob. 1624, m. Matthew Bridge, and d. 2 Dec. 1704; Samuel, b. 1626; Jonathan, b. 29 Feb. 1627-8. 2. Thomas, s. of Nicholas (1), m. Mary, dau. of Henry Withington (Ruling Elder) of Dorchester, 23 Feb. 1643-1, and had Sarah, b. 16 Ap. 1645, d. 29 Oct. 1645; Sarah, b. 11 Nov. 1646, m. Rev. Joseph Whiting of Lynn, and afterwards of Southampton, L. I., and d. before 1699; Mary, b. 20 Ap. 1649, d. 29 Ap. 1649; Mary, b. 28 July 1650, m. Solomon Phipps of Chs. July 1669, and Maj. Thomas Brown of Sudbury, 1 Mar. 1703-4, and was living as his widow in 1725; Samuel, b. Oct. 1652, grad. H. C. 1671, and d. unm. in England 22 Dec. 1676, of small-pox; Thomas, b. 16 Dec. 1654, d. young; Jonathan, b. 27 Feb. 1656-7, d. 20 Ap. 1657; Jonathan, b. 10 Feb. 1658-9, grad. H. C. 1679, d. unm. of consumption, 13 Nov. 1682; Joseph, b. 18 Sept. 1661, d. 2 Oct. 1663; Benjamin, b. 20 May 1663, d. 23 Aug. 1663; Elizabeth, b. 17 Feb 1664-5, m. Francis Fo
Parmenter, 239, 44. Parris, 145, 16, 398. Parsons, 185, 416. Patrick, 8, 11, 15, 32, 396, 7. Patten, 36, 8, 9, 59, 62, 129, 364. Patterson, 423. Payne, 186, 254. Peabody, 304, 12. Pearce, 308. Pearl, 416. Peck, 310. Peirce, 44, 68, 208, 365, 433. Pelham, 53, 6, 89, 119, 74, 226, 54. Pemberton, 126, 287. Perkins, 186, 204-6 327. Perry, 325, 7. Pervear. 314, 24. Peters, 43, 5. Pettingell, 328. Phillips, 117, 207, 255-7. Phinney, 423. Phipps, 211, 26. Phips, 112-15, 27, 30, 3, 53, 7, 68-70, 5, 6, 307, 10, 53, 4, 403, 7. Piambow, 391. Pickering, 321. Pickman, 310. Pigeon, 308. Pittimee, 391. Plympton, 168, 204, 435, 8. Pomeroy, 310. Poole, 8, 32, 116. Porter, 231, 6. 88. Post, 33. Powers, 319. Pratt, 20, 4, 6, 7, 32, 5, 76, 233. Prentice. or Prentiss, 4, 59, 76, 80, 1, 92, 4, 118, 214, 88, 92, 305, 92. 4, 400, 31. Prescott, 185, 288, 423. Price, 2 87. Prince, 33, 247. Prout
s. French. Green. Hancock. Hastings. Hicks. Hubbard. Macsparran. Moore. Osborn. Parkman. Phipps. Pickens. Reed. Richardson. Russell. Stearns. Stone. Stowell. Wyeth. Chaplin, 508. Goodwin.unbar. Eliot. Fitch. Foxcroft. French. Hancock. Hayward. Holmes. Jarvis. Lowder. Parker. Phipps. Poulter. Rocke. Ruggles. Sewall. Shepard. Symmes. Whiting. Wilson. Withington. Wright. sett. Fay. Fessenden, Hill. Livermore. Lord. Maddock. Mulliken. Munroe. Page. Palsgrave. Phipps. Reed. Richardson. Sewall. Sherman. Smith. Stearns. Stone. Straight. Swetman. Whiting. W Mellins. Miller. Mousall. Munroe. Muzzey. Paige. Parker. Parsons. Pease. Peirce. Perry. Phipps. Pilet. Prentice. Quiner. Rand. Raymond. Roby. Russell. Scott. Smith. Sprague. Stone.
Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Charlestown School in the 17th century. (search)
treasury. For example: December 30, 1664. Paid to Mr. Ezekiel Cheever by order fifty shillings in current pay in full payment. The following reference to the school was during his administration: 16: 12 mo. 1662. Mr. Thomas Gould and Mr. Solomon Phipps were appointed to run out the lines and bounds of a farm formerly laid out by Court order to maintain Charlestown Schoolhouse. 17: 12 mo. 1661. It was ordered that Mr. Solomon Phipps should furnish the schoolhouse with severall necessarMr. Solomon Phipps should furnish the schoolhouse with severall necessaries belonging to the same, and with a house or barn for the housing of the cowes and hay. . . . so as the said Solomon and Mr. Cheffer the school-master shall see fitt & of necessity to be done & that the said Solomon shall be paid for his work according to the true value thereof. 12: 11 mo. 1665 (church record). Reference is made to Mr. Cheever's scholars who are required to sit orderly and constantly in the pews appointed for them together. December 19, 1669. Appeared before the selectmen
Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Charlestown School in the 17th century. (search)
nce have trained themselves for the battle of life by first showing the young idea how to shoot. He was the son of Solomon Phipps, before mentioned, a prominent and useful citizen of that time. His name is the second on the list of those who gradpon his labors as school teacher, he had fifty-three pupils. His services on Town Hill continued until June, 1684. Mr. Phipps was thrice married, but the mother of his eleven children appears to have been the second wife, Katherine, daughter of ounty from 1689 to 1722, and for a time was Register of Deeds for the same. He also served as captain of the militia. Mr. Phipps died August 7, 1725. His interest in the Charlestown school is evinced from various entries in the records, some of whgs in towne pay for one year.’ From this decrease in salary, may we infer that the duties were growing less arduous? Mr. Phipps' successor was Mr. Samuel Myles (Miles) who, July 17, 1684, entered upon his labors as master ‘of the Free School of th
Historic leaves, volume 4, April, 1905 - January, 1906, Charlestown schools without the Peninsula Revolutionary period. (search)
ty-one, and was buried in West Cambridge Mr. Phipps served continuously from 1751 to 1757. He was a descendant of Solomon Phipps, an early settler of Charlestown, and in previous chapters we have given the family due prominence. According to Wyman, he was the father of Frances, who became the wife of Timothy Trumbull, master of the town school in 1680-2. Mr. Phipps died June 27, 1795, aged seventy-two. May 12, 1755, Mr. Phipps received an order for £ 5 4s 9d, 1. m., for Mr. Jabez WhittMr. Phipps received an order for £ 5 4s 9d, 1. m., for Mr. Jabez Whittemore keeping the school [Gardner Row?] without the Neck the year past. Doubtless this is the Jabez Whittemore who, in 1756 was approbated as inn-holder at his house without the Neck, where his father lived. Mr. Francis's place on the board was fman is doubtless in error when he says Mr. Putnam was teaching without the Neck in 1760. During these same ten years Mr. Phipps had been followed, in turn, by James Fosdick, Captain John Hancock, and Joseph Lamson, the first of whom served for the
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