||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Bristol, Bristol, Rhode Island, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
York, York, Maine, United States
||1637 - 1731
||SHILLINGSWORTH - SHIPPEY, SHEPPY or SHIPPIE
|Volume 4, Page 87
thot. the same man under the more valua. and venera. name of Chillingworth,
SHINE, THOMAS, Malden, when call. to take o. of fidel. 15 Dec. 1674,
mark. junr. and he may have br. John in Boston; but the name
SHIPLEY, see Shepley.
SHIPMAN, EDWARD, Saybrook, m. Jan. 1651, Elizabeth Comstock, had
Elizabeth b. says the rec. cop. in Geneal. Reg. IV. 140, May foll.; Edward,
Feb. 1654; William, June 1656; and his w. d. July 1659. He m. 1
July 1663, Mary Andrews, had John, 5 Apr. 1664; Hannah, Feb. 1666;
Samuel, 25 Dec. 1668; Abigail, Sept. 1670; and Jonathan, Sept. 1674;
was propound. for freem. Oct. 1667, as Shipton, acc. the town rec. and
tho. all the ch. stand with the old name, his name at d. as rec. 15 Sept.
1697, is in the new form. In the will of the Ind. sachem Uncas, 29
Feb. 1676, he is one of three devisees to ea. of wh. testator gave 3000
acres, and this "within sight of Hartford," when in that clause of the
instrum. the aggreg. gr. reach. to 83,000 acres to only 28 persons. Elizabeth
m. 3 (but ano. acco. says 9) Dec. 1672, John Hobson. WILLIAM, Saybrook,
s. of the preced. m. 6 Nov. 1690, Alice Hand, had Edward, b.
20 Mar. 1692; and, perhaps, more.
SHIPPEN, EDWARD, Boston, ar. co. 1669, then a 30 yrs. old, m. a.
1671, Elizabeth whose surname appears Lybrand, a Quaker, not long resid.
here, had Francis, b. 2 Feb. 1671, wh. d. next yr.; Edward, 2 Oct.
1674, in few wks. William, 4 Oct. 1675, d. soon; Elizabeth Aug. 1676,
d. very soon; Edward, again, 10 Dec. 1677; Joseph, 28 Feb. 1679;
Mary, 6 May 1681, d. young; and Ann, 17 June 1684. When his first
w. d. is not kn. but he m. 15 July 1688, at Newport, Rebecca, wid. of
Francis Richardson of New York, as the Friends' rec. show, and had
Elizabeth 1690, wh. d. as did her mo. soon aft. and he went, on invita. of
Penn, a. 1693, to Philadelphia, was there the first mayor under chart. of
1701 and found. of fam. of much distinct. He was rich, early chos.
to the Assemb. was speaker 1695, head of the Counc. 1704, m. third w.
Elizabeth wid. of Thomas James of Bristol, Eng. had John, wh. d. young;
and last ch. William, wh. d. 1731, prob. unm.; and d. 2 Oct. 1712.
JOSEPH, Boston, s. of the preced. m. 28 July, or Boston rec. says, 5
Aug. 1702, Abigail, d. of Thomas Grosse, had Edward, b. 9 July 1703,
f. of Edward the Ch. J. of Pennsylv. and rem. to Phila. next yr. there
by her had five more ch. and had sec. w.
SHIPPEY, SHEPPY or SHIPPIE, THOMAS, Charlestown 1637, by w.
Grace had Thomas, b. 27 Sept. 1656, d. in three mos.; Grace, 30 Dec.
1658; Mary; Thomas, again; and Sarah; these four bapt. 21 June
1668, the mo. hav. join the ch. on Sunday preced.; John, 25 July 1669;
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