2. Nicholas Phelps would appear to have emigrated to New England with his brother, Hentry Phelps, in ship Hercules in 1634. Colonial Records, Mass. Colony, say that Nicholas Fellips made Freeman 13 March 1640. (The name is pselled variously, Fellips, Phellipes, Phellips and Phelps in different records). He m. Hannah Bassett or (Bashet) in 1652, and settled in Salem. We find no record of children. They appear to have been Quakers, as the following extracts will show, and later banished from the Colonly and Salem Quarterly Court Records: –

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