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From: Timothy Robinson <>
Subject: Phipps Wills
Date: Sun, 07 Jul 2002 19:56:58 -0400
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Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOSEPH, SR. Uwchlan.
July 27, 1754. December 1762. Letters June 3, 1763.
To son Samuel 5 shillings. To son Joseph 5 shillings. To son Nathan 5
shillings. To son John 5 shillings. To daughter Sarah Houlston 20
shillings. To Mary Phipps my wife £18. To son George £14 at 21.
Remainder of personal estate equally divided between wife Mary and son
George. To wife Mary tract of land containing 100 acres part of a
tract purchased of David Lloyd during life and at her decease to son
George. To son George tract of land in Uwchlan containing 111 acres
purchased of Samuel John, also tract of 30 acres adjoining purchased of
Ralph Helsby, also plantation where I now live to be given up to him at
21 years of age. To Uwchlan Meeting of people called Quakers £10.
Executors: Wife Mary and friends Thomas Downing. Trustees: Samuel
Lightfoot Sr. and Thomas Halhouse (Milhous) of Pikeland. Letters to
Mary Phipps. Witnesses: Samuel John, Griffith John, Robert John.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

LEWIS, ISAAC, SR. Uwchlan.
September 27, 1762. December 22, 1763.
To son Isaac £50. To daughter Mary, wife of Evan Miles £20. To
daughter Anne, wife of Thomas Green 5 shillings having had her portion.
To daughter Margaret, wife of Joseph Phipps £15. To son Henry 5
shillings having had a deed for the most valuable part of my lands. My
said 2 sons and 3 daughters having at this time 23 living children, I
give to each of said 23 grandchildren 10 shillings. To Uwchlan Meeting
for building or repairing grave yard wall £3. To wife Anne all my
right in plantation where I live during life. Executor: Son Isaac.
Witnesses: David Beatty, Samuel Halliday.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, NATHAN. Uwchlan.
April 24, 1772. April 30, 1772.
Provides for wife Sarah. To son Samuel £13.12.6 and wearing apparel.
To daughter Mary Malpus 20 shillings. To daughter Hannah Harriford 20
shillings. To daughter Ann Paker 5 shillings. To daughter Dames John
5 shillings. To daughter Asenath Griffith £14.12.6. To grandson Jehu
John 92 acres of land where Wm. Griffith now lives at 21. To daughter
Hannah wife of Jos. Harriford of Warrington Twp., York Co., remainder
of land on death of wife. To grandson Jonathan Roberts £1.10 and to
grandson Nathan Roberts 20 shillings. To grandson Isaac Thomas 5
shillings, and to grandsons Joseph and Jacob Thomas 5 shillings each.
To grandson Wm. Harriford coat with silver buttons. Mentions brother
Joseph Phipps. Executors: Richard Thomas and Joseph Harriford.
Wit: Reuben John, Evan Evans, Thos. Evans.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOSEPH. Uwchlan. June 17, 1772. Adm. to Caleb Phipps and
Isaac Lewis.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOSEPH. Now of County of Botetourt, Virginia.
December 7, 1771. February 12, 1772.
To son Joshua of Botetourt Co., Va. merchant mill in Uwchlan and 3
tracts adjoining containing by estimate 150 acres. All debts owing
from sons Aaron and Caleb to be canceled. To daughter Mary wife of
Isaac Lewis £100. To daughter Rachel wife of Owen Astin £100 she
living in Cumberland Co. Pennsylvania. To granddaughter Mary Hubbard
mulatto girl named Pugg. To daughter Hannah wife of Geo. Astin of
Botetourt Co. £150 and to her husband all he owes me. To sons Aaron
and Caleb 5 shillings each. To daughter Esther Crosby negro girl
Dinah. If mill and plantation in East Caln on Brandywine shall be
recovered by law, then the sum of £100 to be paid to Jonathan Phipps
and £50 to his sister Anne Phipps, children of Joseph Phipps, Jr., but
not otherwise. To Benj. Phipps son of Esther Crosby a plantation
containing about 135 acres in Uwchlan. "£10 to be paid toward
repairing Quaker graveyard in Uwchlan. Proven in Botetourt County,
Virginia. Executors: Friends John Nowles of Ridley and Elisha Price of
Chester. Letters c.t.a. Caleb Phipps and Isaac Lewis, Executors named
renouncing. Wit: Thomas Madison, Wm. Bowing, Rees Bowing.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOSEPH. Uwchlan. June 17, 1772. Adm. to Caleb Phipps and
Isaac Lewis.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOSEPH. Now of County of Botetourt, Virginia.
December 7, 1771. February 12, 1772.
To son Joshua of Botetourt Co., Va. merchant mill in Uwchlan and 3
tracts adjoining containing by estimate 150 acres. All debts owing
from sons Aaron and Caleb to be canceled. To daughter Mary wife of
Isaac Lewis £100. To daughter Rachel wife of Owen Astin £100 she
living in Cumberland Co. Pennsylvania. To granddaughter Mary Hubbard
mulatto girl named Pugg. To daughter Hannah wife of Geo. Astin of
Botetourt Co. £150 and to her husband all he owes me. To sons Aaron
and Caleb 5 shillings each. To daughter Esther Crosby negro girl
Dinah. If mill and plantation in East Caln on Brandywine shall be
recovered by law, then the sum of £100 to be paid to Jonathan Phipps
and £50 to his sister Anne Phipps, children of Joseph Phipps, Jr., but
not otherwise. To Benj. Phipps son of Esther Crosby a plantation
containing about 135 acres in Uwchlan. "£10 to be paid toward
repairing Quaker graveyard in Uwchlan. Proven in Botetourt County,
Virginia. Executors: Friends John Nowles of Ridley and Elisha Price of
Chester. Letters c.t.a. Caleb Phipps and Isaac Lewis, Executors named
renouncing. Wit: Thomas Madison, Wm. Bowing, Rees Bowing.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, GEORGE. Uwchlan.
September 18, 1780. September 21, 1780.
Noncupative Will. Declared that in case he should die he desired that
his mother Mary Phipps might have all that was in his power to will.
September 18, 1780. No letters.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, MARY. Widow. Uwchlan.
August 11, 1781. January 30, 1782.
To Friends of Uwchlan Meeting £3. To Joseph, son of Ralph Helsby,
deceased, £15. To niece Mary Helsby £15. To cousin Mary Moss £10 to be
left in the hands of her sister Sarah Williams. To Elizabeth Longwel
£10. To nephew John Helsby £15, but if he is dead, to his brother
Joseph and sister Mary. Executors: Friends Samuel Bond, Griffith John,
Sr. Wit: Benjamin Davis, Isaac Williams.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, SAMUEL. Willistown.
March 23, 1785. March 29, 1785.
Authorizes Executors to recover remainder of money due for land sold to
Henry Hayes, by public vendue, September 26, 1776 and make title to
same. To brother John Phipps 5 shillings. To all the sons of my late
cousin Joseph Phipps 5 shillings each. To Aaron, son of deceased
brother Joseph, 5 shillings. To Margaret, daughter of Jesse Massey, £20
at 18. To Hannah, daughter of Phineas Massey, £10. To Samuel, son of
Samuel Phipps of Goshen, £10 at 21. Remainder real and personal to
Phineas and Susanna Massey, Samuel Phipps of Goshen, Isaac Lewis of
Uwchlan, Jesse Massey and Mary Battin, in equal shares. Mary Battin's
in trust. Executors: Phineas Massy, Isaac Lewis.
Wit: Joseph Thomas, Jacob Vogdes, Josiah Lewis.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, NATHAN. Chester Co. May 2, 1786. Adm. to William Griffith.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, BENJAMIN. E. Caln. June 8, 1786. Adm. to Margaret Phipps.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOHN. Uwchlan.
February 14, 1795. February 20, 1796.
To daughter Mary Roberts £120. To daughter Prudence, wife of Robert
Miller, £50. To daughter Ann, wife of John Hatton £50. To granddaughter
Sarah Phipps, daughter of son Jonathan, £25 at 20, and to said sons and
other daughters, Susanna, Mary and Elizabeth £10 each at 21. To Friends
of Uwchlan Meeting £7 for keeping the graveyard in decent order.
Provides for wife Sarah. To son Jonathan all remainder of estate real
and personal. Executors: Wife Sarah, son Jonathan.
Letters to Jonathan, widow renouncing.
Wit: Robert Alexander, Archibald Alexander.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JONATHAN. Uwchlan. February 4, 1799. Adm. to Mary Phipps and
Henry Chrisman.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, CALEB. West Marlborough.
September 28, 1813. January 5, 1814.
To son Elisha the lot of land I now live on in W. Marlborough; also a
part of my plantation, described, containing 11 acres, and 2 tracts of
woodland in W. Fallowfield, cont. about 25 acres each.
To my son Grosby's son Joshua a tenement and lot of land in West
Marlborough, and 2 1/2 acres woodland in West Fallowfield.
To son Crosby the remainder of my plantation lying on Doe Run, and
about 11 acres of woodland in E. Fallowfield.
To son Isaac $200.
Remainder to sons Elisha and Crosby Phipps, who are Exrs.
Wits: Nathan Hayes, Isaac Broomell.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

BURNS, MARTHA. West Fallowfield.
June 27, 1818. August 10, 1822.
To my son John $1. To gr.dau. Sarah Phipps my bed, bedding, &c.
To dau. Mary Phipps rem. of estate.
Executor: Son-in-law Crosby Phipps.
Wits: William McNeal, Aaron Skelton.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

CROSBY, ELEANOR, widow, Ridley.
March 3, 1792 - August 15, 1793.
Legacies to Elizabeth, daughter of son Richard CROSBY, December'd., and
to Eleanor daughter of son John CROSBY. Residue to daughter Susanna,
wife of Caleb PHIPPS. Proved before Christopher QUIGLEY and certified
October 1, 1794 by William LYON. Prothonotary - probated in Delaware
County April 14, 1794. Exrs: Grandson Elisha PHIPPS.
Wits: William PRICE, at probate, he was of Delaware County, and Sarah
PRICE, at probate, she testifies before Justice of the Peace,
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, as Sarah BRYAN.
Admin. Account names legacy to Elizabeth LONG. #61.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOSEPH. Abington.
March 1, 1785. March 25, 1785. 1.25
To son in law George Fisher, 100 pds. To daughter Susanna, 150 pds. To
son in law Stephen Mershon, 100 pds. To son Joseph, wearing apparel. To
grandson William Coats, 20 pds. at 21 years. To sons John and Joseph,
real estate, 33 acres to be equally divided.
Execs: Son John Phipps, son in law George Fisher. Wit: John Child,
David Lockart, Thos. Levizey.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOHN, Whitpain.
November 6, 1794. August 8, 1796. 1.516
To wife Elizabeth, 30 pds. yearly and maintenance. To son Squire Phipps,
100 pds. To daughter Agnes, 3 pds. yearly; at her death principal to be
divided among her children. Rem. to be equally divided. To son Jonathan,
1 part. To son Squire Phipps, 1 part. To daughter Ann Tompkins, 1 part.
To daughter Rebecca, 1 part. To children of son Samuel, 1 part. To
children of son John, 1 part. Execs: Sons Jonathan and Squire Phipps.
Wit: Rebecca Davis, Nathan Potts, Priscilla Potts.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, PETER. Abington.
January 26, 1797. November 11, 1797. 2.19
To daughter Ann Jones, 100 pds. To daughter Elisabeth Righter, 100 pds.
To daughter Mary, 50 pds. To sons Thomas and Joseph, farm, 200 acres,
equally, subject to payment of money to daughters. To Mary Townsend, 3
pds., 2 s., 10 d. yearly to be paid by sons Thomas and Joseph.
Personalty to 3 daughters: Ann Jones, Mary Child and Elisabeth
Righter. Execs: Sons Thomas and Joseph. Wit: George Williams, Thomas
Livezey.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, DANIEL. Whitpain.
August 10, 1811. November 22, 1811. 3.341
To wife Catharine, income of estate until son George shall be 18 years
of age, then to be sold, household goods, and 1/3 estate and $30
additional each year. In case of her death or marriage payment of $30
annually to cease. To 3 sons: Jonathan, Abraham, and George, 50 pds.
each. Rem. of estate to 10 children: Priscilla, Margaret, Rachel,
Jonathan, Elizabeth, Abraham, Catharine, Ann, Maria, and George, after
death of wife her share to be divided equally among children.
Execs: Wife Catharine, and son Jonathan. Wit: Job Roberts, Jacob
Gerhart.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JAMES. Abington.
February 28, 1817. July 31, 1817. 4.354
To wife Sarah, household goods, interest of money and maintenance. To
daughter Abigail, farm, containing 100 acres.
Exec: Wife Sarah. Wit: Thomas Fletcher, and Isaac Walton.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOSEPH. Abington Township, Philadelphia County. Yeoman.
February 1, 1709. October 13, 1716. D. 59.
Wife Sarah. Children: Joseph, Isaiah and John.
Executor: John.
Overseers: Friends Samuel Cart and Thomas Canby of Abington Township.
Witnesses: Henry Bennett, Morris Morris, Matthis Tissen and William
Powell.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, THOMAS. Abington, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman. 9 mo. 20,
1754. October 17, 1754. K.207.
Wife: Mary. Grandfather: John Phipps. Children: Son John and
daughter Margaret. Brother: Joseph. Exec: Sons Isaac and Peter.
Witnesses: Benjamin Mason, Isaac Shoemaker, John Pemberton.

Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

PHIPPS, JOHN. Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman. 7 mo. 22, 1757. April 20,
1762. M.276.
Children: John, Joseph, Thomas, Ann, Sarah, Susanna, Mary, Lydia and
Hannah. Grandchildren: Isaac, Peter, John and Margaret (children of
Thomas Phipps). Trustees: Joshua Morris (of Abington) and Thomas Rose
(of Germantown). Exec: Wife Elizabeth.
Witnesses: Phineas Jenkins, John Roberts, Isaac Cleaver, James
Mitten.

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Subject: Re: Elisha Phipps/Tabitha Powell


: Who was Tabitha Powell? Wife? daughter? I have a death notice for a
Tabitha
: Powell, of West Marlborough, died 3 April 1873 in her 83rd year.
: I have a file drawer filled with Powell miscellaneous, so far I have not
: connected any of them to my Thomas..

: > the messuage is/are all the outbuildings, etc located on a property.
: >
: > "........late the Estate of Capt. JOHN POWELL, deceased.
: > The improvements on said premises are a stone dwelling house, kitchen
and
: > other out buildings. This property is situated about a mile from Doe
Run
: > Tavern, and it is well improved.
: > Tabitha Powell
: > Elisha Phipps Administrators





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