DAVID PHIPPENY, son of Robert, "who came not over," was born in County Dorset, England, and came to Hingham, Massachusetts, as early as 1635, with wife Sarah, and six children. He had a grant of land there at the time lots were drawn, September 18, 1635, and was made a freeman in 1636-37. He remained in Hingham only a few years before removing to Boston, where he died before October 31, 1650, at which time his will was probated. In this he gives to wife Sarah, "the house I now dwell in, there being an hundred foot taken out of the higher end of it (westward) and what shall remain shall belong to the house given to my wife." Three house lots were appointed, for sons, Benjamin, Gamaliel, and George. He also mentions "my son-in-law, Thomas Yeo; and son, George Vickers." His son, Joseph, joint executor with his wife. On October 24, 1652, Sarah Phippeny of Boston, widow of David Phippeny late of Hingham, deceased, and her son, Joseph Phippeny, also of Boston, sell to Thomas Baxter of Hingham, dower house, orchards and lands in Hingham, including four acres of marsh meadow lying on both sides of the brook in the home meadow."David received a grant of five acres in Hingham, Massachusetts, on 18 Sep 1635, when the first lots were drawn, and was made a freeman, 3 Mar 1635/6. He removed to Boston about 1641, being admitted and granted a house lot on 27 Sep 1641. On 28 Apr 1645, David was granted liberty of wharfing near the Milne Creek in Boston, and he was chosen Constable on 13 Mar 1646/7.
Marriage 1 Sarah Pinckney b: 1574 in Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England
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