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Philip Eliot
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Birth: Apr., 1602
Tring, England
Death: Oct. 22, 1657
Suffolk County
Massachusetts, USA

Baptized in Widford, Hertfordshire, 25 Apr 1602, son of Bennett & Lettice (Aggar) Eliot. Came from Nazeing, Essex to Massachusetts Bay in 1635 on the "Hopewell," & settled in Roxbury MA. Died in Roxbury 22 Oct 1657 ("Philip Eliot one of the deacons of this Church").
License to Marry, dated 20 Oct 1624, to Elizabeth Sybthorpe, daughter of Robert Sybthorpe of Little Hallingbury, Essex. (" Philip Eliot of Nazing, Essex, husbandman, a bachelor aged about 22, and Elizabeth Sybethorpe of Little Hallinhbury in Co. Essex, maiden, about 23, daughter of Robert Sybthorpe, deceased, then appeared William Curtis of Nasing aforesaid, husbandman, and testified the consent of Anne Sybthorpe, widow, mother to said Elizabeth; at Nasing or Little Hallingbury." She died at Dedham 8 Jan 1660/1 (as "widow Elliott").
Brother of Rev. JOHN ELIOT {1632, Boston}, JACOB ELIOT {1631, Boston}, FRANCIS ELIOT {1640, Braintree}, Sarah (Eliot) Curtis (wife of WILLIAM CURTIS {1632, Roxbury}), Lydia (Eliot) Penniman (wife of JAMES PENNIMAN {1631, Boston}), & Mary (Eliot) Payson (wife of EDWARD PAYSON {1634, Roxbury}). 
Family links: 
  Bennet Eliot (1573 - 1621)
  Lettice Aggar Eliot (1575 - 1620)
  Elizabeth Sybethorpe Eliot (1601 - 1660)
  Sarah Eliot Curtis (1599 - 1673)*
  Philip Eliot (1602 - 1657)
  John Eliot (1604 - 1690)*
  Lydia Eliot Wight (1610 - 1676)**
  Mary Eliot Payson (1620 - 1679)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Jun 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37780670

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