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Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire
CROMWELL, ancient family and name
of parish in Nottingham. See also Crommett.
3 CAPT. PHILIP(2), ag. 32 in 1666, ship
carpenter, taxed in Dover from 1657. The
dep. making him b. about 1612 must have
strayed from Mr. Philip, the Salem slaughterer;
he dep. in 1666, Apr. 4, ag. 36, had
kept 6 oxen logging around Quamscot in
1660. Jury 1662; gr.j. 1692. Selectm. 1670,
'71, '77. Commissioned Captain 1683. Lists
352, 353, 356abcefhk, 357be, 359ab, 14, 49,
52, 55a, 62, 96. He m. by 1663 John Tuttle's
eldest dau. and by 20 Sep. 1671 Elizabeth
Leighton. Will 19, d. 26, May 1708, names
w. Elizabeth and ch: Alice, Elizabeth, Sarah,
said to have m. Timothy Wentworth, but
poss.(?) mar. John Leighton. Sarah Wentworth
by age in 1754 was b. ab. 1668. Joshua,
town grant 1693. In 1709, of Dover, he
sold the marsh willed by his grf. to Philip's
oldest son. List 358d. D. bef. 1752. Wife
Lydia liv. 1743. 7 or 8 ch., incl. Joshua of
Arundel, Falm. and Harps. who m. 1st Elizabeth
Larrabee, 2d Grace (Hodgkins) Tarr,
grdau. of Haselelpony (Willix) Gee-Wood.
Mercy, m. 14 Mar. 1706-7 Hatevil Hall. Ann,
b. 19 Aug. 1674. Samuel, List 358d, m. 1st
by 1710 one Elizabeth, 2d one Rachel. 2 ch.
rec. Joanna, m. bef. 1700 Morris Hobbs.