He married Mary.
His will was dated 13 January 1753 and he was of Whitfield, Kent, a cooper. Mentioned are his wife Mary, executrix, his son in law Thomas Baker and his wife Margaret his daughter, Richard Thomson, William son of Thomas Baker, his daughter Mary Nash? and her children Elizabeth, Mary and Mark, grandchildren Edward, William, Samuel and Mary Howis, children of his late daughter Ann deceased, his daughter Elizabeth wife of Richard Morrice, his daughter Sarah wife of John Sutton. Witnesses Ja Peirce, Redding Peirce, Thomas Mercer Probate 17 Aug 1759 at Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury (Vol 96 f.15).
William Philpot was buried at Whitfield in 1759.
There is a will of Mary Philpot of Whitfield 1760 which is likely to be of the wife of William (made 1760, probate 1762 PRC17/96/400 PRC16/430 P/5).
Mary Philpot was buried at Whitfield in 1762.
The two burials above are the only Philpot burials at Whitfield 1710 – 1810, so it seems probable that William Philpot came from elsewhere.
The children of William Philpot and Mary were:
She married Thomas Baker and is mentioned in her father’s will of 1753. A possible marriage is at St Mary Breadman, Canterbury 3 January 1731.
a. William Baker, apprenticed to Richard Howis in 1750. He was mentioned in this grandfather’s will of 1753.
b. Mary Baker?, married Thomas Payne, bricklayer who apprenticed William Howis in 1758.
She married Richard Howis, 12 July 1742 at St Alphege, Canterbury and was dead by 1753. She was mentioned in her father’s will of 1753.
She married a Nash? and is mentioned in her father’s will of 1753.
Mary’s children were
a. Elizabeth Nash, mentioned in her grandfather’s will of 1753.
b. Mary Nash, mentioned in her grandfather’s will of 1753.
c. Mark Nash, mentioned in his grandfather’s will of 1753. He may have married Catherine Neale 9 June 1783 at St Mary the Virgin, Dover.
She married Richard Morrice and was mentioned in her father’s will of 1753. A possible marriage is at St George, Canterbury, 29 December 1732.
She married John Sutton and was mentioned in her father’s will of 1753.
Posted February 2014