Philip Call died September 1662

Philip Call was born about 1627 in Faversham, England.  He married Mary, daughter of Richard Smith, in Ipswich, MA.  He died about 1662 in Ipwich.  His house there survives, and is part of the Ipswich Walking Tour.

Number 24. Philip Call House. 26 High Street. The Philip Call House, built in 1659, was probably originally a one-over-one, first period house with a front door on the right hand side. Later additions are to the rear and east side. It now has many first and second period features, chamfered frame, a heavy summer beam, large fireplaces, a handsome wall of raised field paneling upstairs. Nineteenth century owners constructed a boxwood garden in the rear, sunny side of the house. One of his daughters married into the Bolles family and later generations of the family owned the house into the 1700’s. Later, the house was bought by Caldwells, whose family home was just down the street.

Estate of Philip Call of IpswichEssex Probate Docket # 4528

I Philip Call of Ipswich in New England in the county of Essex being sick of body but Injoying my memorye and vnderstanding doe make this my last will and testament, for my outward estate wch God hath Given me I thus dispose after my debts are discharged. I giue unto my wife mary call all my land in old England dureing her natural Life and after her decease my will is that my sonn Phillip call shall haue and injoy the same to him and to his heires for ever and Alsoe I doe give vnto my sayd wife mary call my House and Land about it in Ipswich in New england aforessyd for the terme of her naturall Life and after her death my will is my daughter mary call shall have and Injoye the same and my will is that if any of my children departe this life before they come to age or the sayd lands come into there posseion (?) then the surviveing shall haue and Injoy the whole and my will is that my sonn Philip call shall haue a cow and mydaughter mary a calfe to be impued for there vse & benifitt and for the rest of my estate I giue vnto my wife for to helpe bring vp my children and after her death what is left my will is shall be devyded amongst my children according to her discressionItem I make my II wife II sole executrix of this my last will and testament In witnes that this is my last will & and testament I haue heervnto sett my hand the sixth day of may 1662 In witnes that this is my will This was signed & published to be the last will and testament of Plipp call in the presence of Vsphp Call John Caldwell Richard Smith Robert Lord

Source: The will of Philip Call of Ipswich was proved in the court at Ipswich Sept. 30, 1662.

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2 Comments

  1. Cynthia "CAll" Zanne said,

    July 19, 2014 at 07:28

    Did you not read the Will date 1662 you posted…He has a daughter and a son

    • sooze471 said,

      July 19, 2014 at 07:49

      I see that I had accidentally recorded his birth year as his death year. Thanks for bringing that to my attention.


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