He was granted a lot of two acres at Hingham in 1637 and was still living there when his children were baptized at Boston, Massachusetts from 1645 to 1649. By 1652 he was living in Boston as a seaman. He then removed to Falmouth, Massachusetts, where he was constable in 1661. On 3 Jun 1663, being of Falmouth "in Casco Bay," carpenter, and calling himself Phippen al's Fitzpen, he sold to Benjamin Phippen al's ffitzpen of Boston, blockmaker, a house in Boston on behalf of himself and his brothers and sisters, with reference to the Estate of their "deceased mother Mrs. Sarah Hull wife of mr. George Hull late of ffairfeild in Connecticot." Again in Falmouth, in 1664, he was a grand juror. He was admitted as an inhabitant of Salem, Massachusetts on 1 Nov 1665, but called himself "of Falmouth, carpenter" in a deed of 1677.
Father: David Phippen b: 1585 in Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England
Mother: Sarah Pinckney b: 1574 in Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England
Marriage 1 Dorothy (Dorcas)Wood b: 1 APR 1623 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MA
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