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The Probate Records of Essex County page 182-183

By Administrator | Jul 8, 2017 | Comments Off on The Probate Records of Essex County page 182-183

Estate of Thomas Trusler of Salem The will of Thomas Trusler of Salem proved 27:4:1654 . . . 

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Henry Phelps

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Phelps, Henry, came in the Hercules April 10, 1634.  Res. at Salem.  Lawsuit, 1645 {Es. Files} He was charged in 1660 with entertaining Quakers. His son John was placed in care of an uncle, Edmund Batter; and to have a portion which had been left hi by his grandmother. [Es. Files]

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Essex Co. Mass. Deeds, Vol. 2 – Will of Henry Phelps

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Know all men by these presents that I Henry Phelps of Salem, in the County of Essex in New England, for  valuable consideration to me in hand already pd. ye receipt whereof I do acknowledge, have bargained & sold & doe by these presents bargains, aliens & sell, assigne & sett over unto Joseph Pope…

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Essex Institute Historical Collections – The Woods, Salem, in 1700

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p188 Joseph Pope House.  This lot of upwards of a hundred acres was granted by the town of Salem to Rev. Edward Norris, the pastor of the church at that time, Jan. 21, 1639-40.  Mr. Norris, when still “minister and teacher to the church of Salem,” for twelve pounds, conveyed the lot to Eleanor Trustler,…

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Salem in the Seventeenth Century

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by James Duncan Phillips page 196 General Court forbade Quakers to enter and forbade anyone to entertain them, and, after trying simpler measures, in due time further promised that if they did come, it would put them out, and if they came again, it would cut their ears off, and if they returned a third…

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Life in the Colony

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Thomas Trusler . . . married Eleanor, widow of   ___ Phelps Click here for pdf document 974.45/51 H2ps Vol. 1

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Planters Commonwealth – Ship Record

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page 107   1634 Hercules, John Kiddle, Master.  She left London March 24, and Southampton, April 18, with twelve passengers. John Anthony of Hampstead, Middlesex    Portsmouth, Rhode Island Nathaniel Davis Robert Early William Elliot William Fifield  Hampton, New Hampshire page 108 Thomas Foster of Ipswich, county Suffolk   Boston William Foster of Ipswich, county Suffolk…

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Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America

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Phelps, Henry, Salem from London, came in the Hercules 1634; married 1652, Hannah Bassett, but Savage thinks as second wife, for there is some prob. that he had married a daughter of Thomas Tresler, by whom he had son John, remembered in the will of his grandmother.  Perhaps he was a Quaker, at least Felt…

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Salem Quarterly Court Records and Files

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p 103 Disorderly meeting at the house of one Nicholas Phelps of Salem on the Lord’s day in time of the public worship.  William Brend . . . The court sent for Nicolas Phelps, Larence Southwick and his wife . . . At the meeting were, also, Nicolas Phelps wife, Henry Traske, George Gardner’s wife,…

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Perquimans Court Record – April and July Term 1691

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page 24 April 1691 (32) At a Court holden for the precinct of Pequemins on the first on the first Monday in April 1691: at the house of Capt. Anthony Dawson. Present Capt. Ralph Fletcher Steward: Mr. John Whitby, Mr. Joseph Sutten, Mr. Robert Wilson, Justices  (more) signed Ralph Fletcher, John Whedbe, Joseph Sutten Richard…

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