Person:Philip Delano (1)

m. 19 Dec 1634
  1. Mary Delanoest 1635 -
  2. Philip Delanoest 1637 - 1708
  3. Thomas Delanoest 1639 - 1723
  4. John Delanoabt 1642 -
  5. Jane Delano1646 -
  6. Lt. Jonathan DelanoAbt 1648 - 1720
  1. Jane Delano
  2. Martha Delano
  3. Samuel Delano
  4. Ebenezer DelanoABT 1677 - bef 1706
  5. Philip Delano1678 -
Facts and Events
Name Philip Delano
Gender Male
Birth[3] est 1637 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage to Elizabeth Sampson
Death? 11 Dec 1708 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States


[From S2.]

In the name of God Amen I Philip Dilino aged & infirm in body yet of perfect memory Doo ordain constitute & appoint this my Last Will & Testament. I bequeath my body to the Earth to be buried at the discretion of my Executor and my soul into the hand of God my Creator nothing Douting but at the Resurection my body shall rise again thrô the Mighty power of Christ my Redeemer who is the Resurection & the Life. And as for what worly goods it hath pleased God to bless me withall my will is that my honest Debts be payd & funeral charges be Defrayed.

Imp'r: I give unto my son samuell (whome I appoint sole administrator) all my Lands upland meadow & swamp within the township of Middlebury or any other place whereof I have not made Disposall already with all my other goods moveables & cattle what so ever saveing unto my three Daughters (viz) my Daughter Martha Delino Martha harlow & Jane Delino

I give unto my Daughter Harlow one cow

I give unto my Daughter Jane one cow

I give unto my Daughter Martha Delino widow one Cow & one swine my will is that that swine which is now fat be killed & spent in the family.

Desireing to live peaseable & to dy[e] quietly & that all my Children may quietly agree after my Decease Desiring my brother Thomas to be overseer of this my Last will & Testament in conformation whereof I have set my hand & seal this Eleventh day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & Eight in the presents of Thomas Delino, Samuel Weston, James ["S" his marke] Delino

[signed] Philip Delino

Proved 24 Dec 1708

  1.   Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families, in Davis, William T. Ancient landmarks of Plymouth: part 1, historical sketch and titles of estates; part 2, genealogical register of Plymouth families. (Boston, Massachusetts: A. Williams, c1883), 85.

    Delano, Philip, Duxbury, son of above [Philip who came in the Fortune 1621], died 1708, leaving Samuel; Martha m. John Harlow; Jane; and Ebenezer [p. 84: m. Martha Simmons]; and Philip born 1678 [p. 85: m. Elizabeth Dingley of Marshfield].

  2.   Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. Plymouth County, Mass., Probate records, 1686-1903; with index and docket, 1685-1967. (Originals with town clerk, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968), FHL film 0550748, vol. 2, p. 168-9.

    24 Dec 1708 letters given to "Sam'll Delino son to the s'd Deceased & sole Executor" to execute on "the will of Philip Delino of Duxbury ... Deceased". "An Inventory of Philip Delinos Estate who Deceased 11 day of Decem: 1708" taken by Abraham Sampson and Joseph Delino. [See will below]]

  3. Philip Delano sketch, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 519.

    ii PHILIP, b. say 1637;