Samuel (Philip) Fowler: Birth: 1618. Death: 17 JAN 1710
Hester (Philip) Fowler: Birth: 1620. Death: DECEASED
Joseph (Philip) Fowler: Birth: 1622. Death: 19 MAY 1676
Note: 1: Philip Fowler took the Freeman's Oath on 3 Sep., 1634.
On 13 Jul., 1636, Philip Fowler, with Thomas Dudley (Governor of Massachusetts), and Robert Lord, all of Ipswich, witnessed the will of Widow Sarah Dillingham.
In 1642 (29th, 1st month), he was on Jury of Trials at Ipswich Court; and 29th, 7th month, 1657, on the Grand Jury.
"In 1669 (Dec) it was ordered, that none shall ride upon the footcauseway with horses, that lead through the streets towards the meating house, upon the penalty of 12 pence for every time, and Philip Fowler, desired to see to the performance of this order and take the forfeits, for which he shall have the one half to himself, and the other to the town."
2: Philip Fowler embarked with his family, in the "Mary and John," of London, Robert Sayres, master, and while lying in the river Thames, they "were made stay of untill further order" from the Council, 28Feb., 1633-4, owing to misrepresentation of the colonies, by its enemies, which had then reached England, and the master was required, among other things, to give a bond of L100, that the service of the Church of England should be said daily on board, and attended by the passengers, also that they should take the "Oathes of Allegience and Supremacie," which were taken by the passengers, the 24th of March,1633-4, when they were allowed to proceed on their voyage, and arrived in New England, in May, 1634.
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