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a. Continued:   Trica Willey Hazelton created the doc: "Sergt. William Phelps and First Wife Abigail Mudge "Muzy"; Son of Capt. Timothy Phelps and Mary Griswold" Name: Sergt. William Phelps W48 -------------------------------------------------- Birth: 4 Feb 1668 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT1,2,3 Death: inventory taken 1 Mar. 1733/1734 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT4,5 Father: Capt. Timothy Phelps (1639-1719) Mother: Mary Griswold (1644->1716) Other spouses: Ruth Barber Marriage: 7 Dec 1699 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT6,2 -------------------------------------------------- Spouse: Abigail Mudge "Muzy" -------------------------------------------------- Birth: abt 1679 of Windsor, Hartford Co., CT4,7 Death: 24 Apr 1705 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT4,8,2 Father: Ebenezer (?) Mudge "Muzy" -------------------------------------------------- Children -------------------------------------------------- 1 M: William Phelps W171 Birth: 16 Mar 1702 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT9 -------------------------------------------------- 2 M: Ensign Ebenezer Phelps W172 Birth: 2 Apr 1705 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT10 Death: 22 Sep 1756 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT11 Burial: Old Burial Ground, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT; now called Palisado Cemetery11 Spouse: Mindwell Eggleston Marriage: 7 Dec 1727 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT12 --------------------------------------------------- Notes for Sergt. William Phelps W48, p. 109, image 119 Will and inventory in Vol. XII, p. 246 Phelps, Sergt. William, Windsor. Invt. taken 1 Mar. 1733/1734, by Jacob Drake, Nathaniel Drake, and Timoth Loomis. Will dated 21 Sept. 1733. I, William Phelps of Windsor, do make this my last will and testament: I give to my wife Ruth the use and improvement ½ of my dwelling house and homelott, ½ of meadow land, and ye liberty of pasturing two cowes in my pasture on the west side of the road, all during her natural life. Also, I give unto her 1 feather bed and furniture, and a brass kettle she brought with her, and one cow, and 10 pounds of moveable estate (to be taken at inventory price) as she shall choose, and also three pounds worth of provision and ½ of my wool and flax, to be to her own use and dispose forever. Also, I give unto her, for her use of she shall want the same, all the wood I have in my homelott and pasture. I give unto William Phelps, my eldest son, all the lands I have at the place called the Mill Brook. In case he have no lawfull issue, he shall have the use of sd. lands during his natural life. And if my son Ebenezer shall be helpful to him and be at cost and charge in helping of him in any difficulty he may be under by reason of his weakness and infirmity or otherwise he may be in necessity of, that he shall be rewarded for the same out of sd. lands. And after the decease of sd. son William, if he shall not have heirs as aforesd, not having necessity of spending the same, that the the ½ of the remainder that he shall leave I give and bequesth to my son Ebenezer and to his heirs forever, and ye other half to my two sons Caleb and Jacob forever. Also, I give to my son William all my woolen wearing apparrel. My will and pleasure is that my three sons, viz., Ebenezer, Caleb and Jacob, shall have equal share of my estate. And inasmuch as Ebenezer has already received near 80 pounds, as by my book may appear, my will is that Caleb and Jacob, and their heirs and assigne forever, shall have so much of my land (where they shall choose) as is inventoried accordingly and will amount to such sum to each of them as I have given already to Ebenezer. My will is that all the remainder of my lands shall be equally divided between my three sons, Ebenezer, Caleb and Jacob. I give unto my daughter Ruth 80 pounds to paid her out of my moveable estate at inventory apprisement (excepting three pounds of the worst of my estate not be forst upon her). also I give unto her half of my wool and half of my flax, also a pilion and pilion cloth, and 1 cotton sheet. My will and pleasure is that Ebenezer Phelps, Caleb Phelps and Jacob Phelps be my executors. William Phelps Witness: Cornelius Brown, Matthew Phelps, Henry Allyn A codicil, dated 3 Nov. 1733: Wherein he gives his three sons a right to cut firewood from the land given to William; provides a special legacy to Caleb because of his service with me since he was 21 years of age; and enlarges the legacy to his daughter Ruth. William Phelps Witness: Samuel Brown, Cornelius Brown, Jr., Henry Allyn. Court Record, p. 108, 5 Mar. 1733/1734: Will proven. Notes for Abigail Mudge "Muzy" Assuming age 20 at the time of marriage.7 Sources 1. “Birth Record of William Phelps, 4 Feb. 1668, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 231, americanancestors.org.” 2. Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., INC, 1997, p. 576. 3. Some Early Records and Documents of and Relating to the Town of Windsor, Matthew Grant Record, Ususally Called the Old Church Record, 1639-1681, Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1930, pp. 55, 56, , https://archive.org/details/someearlyrecords00conn. 4. Phelps, Oliver Seymour and Andrew T. Servin, The Phelps Famiy of America and Their English Ancestors, pp. Pittsfield, MA: Eagle Publishing, Co., 1899, pp. 107-112. 5. Manwaring, Charles William, A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, Hartford District, 1729-1750, Vol. III, Hartford, CT: R. S. Peck & Co., Printers, 1906, p. 93, 94,, https://archive.org/stream/digestofearlycon03manw#page/93/mode/2up. 6. “Marriage Record of William Phelps and Abigaell Muzy, 7 Dec. 1699, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 231, americanancestors.org.” 7. Purvis, Thomas L., and Richard Balkin, general editor, Colonial America to 1763, New York: Infobase Publishers, 1999, p. 293. 8. “Death Record of Abigael Phelps, wife of William , son of Timothy, 24 Apr 1705, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 221, americanancestors.org.” 9. “Birth Record of William Phelps, 16 Mar. 1702, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 231, americanancestors.org.” 10. “Birth Record of Ebenezer Phelps, 2 Apr. 1705, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 223, americanancestors.org.” 11. “Tombstone death date of Ensign Ebenezer Phelps, 22 Sep. 1756, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Old Burial Ground, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, ,” http://dunhamwilcox.net/ct/windsor_inscriptions.htm. 12. “Marriage Record of Ebenezer Phelps and Mindwell Egelston, 7 Dec. 1727, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 223, americanancestors.org.” ------------------------------- Trica Willey Hazelton created the doc: "Sergt. William Phelps and Second Wife Ruth Barber Family; Son of Timothy Phelps and Mary Griswold" Name: Sergt. William Phelps W48 -------------------------------------------------- Birth: 4 Feb 1668 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT1,2,3 Death: inventory taken 1 Mar. 1733/1734 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT4,5 Father: Capt. Timothy Phelps (1639-1719) Mother: Mary Griswold (1644->1716) Other spouses: Abigail Mudge "Muzy" Marriage: 18 Apr 1706 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT6 -------------------------------------------------- Spouse: Ruth Barber -------------------------------------------------- Birth: 24 Jul 1683 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT4 Death: 2 Aug 1747 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT4 Father: Samuel Barber Mother: Mary Coggens -------------------------------------------------- Children -------------------------------------------------- 1 M: Capt. Caleb Phelps W173 Birth: 11 Jan 1708/1709 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT7 Death: 5 Jul 1781 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT8 Burial: Palisado Cemetery, Windsor, Harford Co., CT8 Spouse: Mary Moore Marriage: 24 Dec 1730 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT9 Spouse: Mary Lathrop Marriage: 22 Jun 1749 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT10 -------------------------------------------------- 2 M: Deacon Jacob Phelps W174 Birth: 18 Jun 1711 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT11 Death: 24 Jun 1804 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT12 Spouse: Abigail Alvord Marriage: 30 Dec 1745 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT13 -------------------------------------------------- 3 F: Ruth Phelps W175 Birth: 23 Jan 1713/1714 Windsor, Hartford Co., CT14 Death: 20 Dec 1749 Harwinton, Litchfield Co., CT15 Spouse: Lieut. Samuel Phelps W183 Marriage: abt 1731 Connecticut16 -------------------------------------------------- Notes for Sergt. William Phelps Will and inventory in Vol. XII, p. 246 Phelps, Sergt. William, Windsor. Invt. taken 1 Mar. 1733/1734, by Jacob Drake, Nathaniel Drake, and Timoth Loomis. Will dated 21 Sept. 1733. I, William Phelps of Windsor, do make this my last will and testament: I give to my wife Ruth the use and improvement ½ of my dwelling house and homelott, ½ of meadow land, and ye liberty of pasturing two cowes in my pasture on the west side of the road, all during her natural life. Also, I give unto her 1 feather bed and furniture, and a brass kettle she brought with her, and one cow, and 10 pounds of moveable estate (to be taken at inventory price) as she shall choose, and also three pounds worth of provision and ½ of my wool and flax, to be to her own use and dispose forever. Also, I give unto her, for her use of she shall want the same, all the wood I have in my homelott and pasture. I give unto William Phelps, my eldest son, all the lands I have at the place called the Mill Brook. In case he have no lawfull issue, he shall have the use of sd. lands during his natural life. And if my son Ebenezer shall be helpful to him and be at cost and charge in helping of him in any difficulty he may be under by reason of his weakness and infirmity or otherwise he may be in necessity of, that he shall be rewarded for the same out of sd. lands. And after the decease of sd. son William, if he shall not have heirs as aforesd, not having necessity of spending the same, that the the ½ of the remainder that he shall leave I give and bequesth to my son Ebenezer and to his heirs forever, and ye other half to my two sons Caleb and Jacob forever. Also, I give to my son William all my woolen wearing apparrel. My will and pleasure is that my three sons, viz., Ebenezer, Caleb and Jacob, shall have equal share of my estate. And inasmuch as Ebenezer has already received near 80 pounds, as by my book may appear, my will is that Caleb and Jacob, and their heirs and assigne forever, shall have so much of my land (where they shall choose) as is inventoried accordingly and will amount to such sum to each of them as I have given already to Ebenezer. My will is that all the remainder of my lands shall be equally divided between my three sons, Ebenezer, Caleb and Jacob. I give unto my daughter Ruth 80 pounds to paid her out of my moveable estate at inventory apprisement (excepting three pounds of the worst of my estate not be forst upon her). also I give unto her half of my wool and half of my flax, also a pilion and pilion cloth, and 1 cotton sheet. My will and pleasure is that Ebenezer Phelps, Caleb Phelps and Jacob Phelps be my executors. William Phelps Witness: Cornelius Brown, Matthew Phelps, Henry Allyn A codicil, dated 3 Nov. 1733: Wherein he gives his three sons a right to cut firewood from the land given to William; provides a special legacy to Caleb because of his service with me since he was 21 years of age; and enlarges the legacy to his daughter Ruth. William Phelps Witness: Samuel Brown, Cornelius Brown, Jr., Henry Allyn. Court Record, p. 108, 5 Mar. 1733/1734: Will proven. Sources 1. “Birth Record of William Phelps, 4 Feb. 1668, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 231, americanancestors.org.” 2. Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., INC, 1997, p. 576. 3. Some Early Records and Documents of and Relating to the Town of Windsor, Matthew Grant Record, Ususally Called the Old Church Record, 1639-1681, Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1930, pp. 55, 56, , https://archive.org/details/someearlyrecords00conn. 4. Phelps, Oliver Seymour and Andrew T. Servin, The Phelps Famiy of America and Their English Ancestors, pp. Pittsfield, MA: Eagle Publishing, Co., 1899, pp. 107-112. 5. Manwaring, Charles William, A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, Hartford District, 1729-1750, Vol. III, Hartford, CT: R. S. Peck & Co., Printers, 1906, p. 93, 94,, https://archive.org/stream/digestofearlycon03manw#page/93/mode/2up. 6. “Marriage Record of Ruth Barber and William Phelps, 18 Apr. 1706, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 231, americanancestors.org.” 7. “Birth Record of Caleb Phelps, 11 Jan. 1708/1709, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 222, americanancestors.org.” 8. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=phelps&GSfn=caleb&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=8&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=11879488&df=all&. 9. “Marriage Record of Caleb Phelps and Mary Moore, 24 Dec. 1730. Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 222, americanancestors.org.” 10. “Marriage Record of Mary Henderson, widow, and Caleb Phelps, 22 Jun. 1749, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 222, americanancestors.org.” 11. “Birth Record of Jacob Phelps, 18 Jun. 1711, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 225, americanancestors.org.” 12. Phelps, Oliver Seymour and Andrew T. Servin, The Phelps Famiy of America and Their English Ancestors, Pittsfield, MA: Eagle Publishing Co., 1899, p. 146. 13. “Marriage Record of Abigail Alford and Jacob Phelps, 30 Dec 1745, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 225, americanancestors.org.” 14. “Birth Record of Ruth Phelps, 23 Jan. 1713/1714, Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection, Windsor, p. 229, americanancestors.org.” 15. Death Record of Ruth Phelps, 20 Dec. 1749, Harwinton, Litchfield Co., CT, Connecticut Vital Records to 1870, The Barbour Collection,Harwinton, p. 45, americanancestors.org. 16. Phelps, Oliver Seymour and Andrew T. Servin, The Phelps Famiy of America and Their English Ancestors,-Pittsfield, MA: Eagle Publishing Co., 1899, p. 149.


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