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Philip Greeley
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Birth: Sep. 21, 1644
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Mar., 1717
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA

2nd Generation Greeley (Andrew 1)

Philip Grele, born at Salisbury, Mass., Sept 21, 1644, married at Salisbury, Mass., February 17, 1670, Sarah Isley, who was born at Salisbury, Mass., June 30, 1644 daughter of John & Sarah Isley. He died at Salisbury, Mass., March 17, 1717-18. She died Salisbury, Mass., July 19, 1710.

CHILDREN: (by Sarah Isley Greeley)

*John born Salisbury, Mass- January 16, 1671
*Jonathan born Salisbury, Mass- February 15, 1672-73
*Sarah born Salisbury, Mass- March 21, 1675-76
*Mary born Salisbury, Mass- June 5, 1679
*Philip born Salisbury, Mass- December 25, 1681
*Ruth born Salsibury, Mass- October 3, 1684

Philip Greele took the Oath of Allegiance and fidelity before Captain Bradbury, military commander of Salisbury , Dec 5, 1777. In 1690 his name is entered as Freeman. He was a surveyor of highways.
In the old cemetery at East Salisbury (near the road leading to the beach)are the gravestones of Philip & his wife. They are the oldest Greele stones in existence. In 1893 the stones were in a good state of condition and legible.

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  Andrew Greeley (1617 - 1697)
  Mary Moyse Greeley (____ - 1703)
  Sarah Greele (1644 - 1710)
Here lyes ye body
of Mr Philip Greele who died
March ye 17 1717-8
& in ye 74 year
of His age
Corner Cemetery
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
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Record added: Aug 21, 2011
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Philip Greeley
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Philip Greeley
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