He was born about March 1640/41 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts and his parents were Mary Joan? (Ayers?) and William Fellows. His birth was not recorded in the town records. That he was their son is demonstrated in his father's Will and the probate record.  His estimated birth is based on depositions in March 1668 stating he was aged 27 years and in May 1674 stating he was aged about 33 years. 
In 1670 he received a permit from the town to fell lumber for a house, 16 feet square.
In 1675 he was a trooper during the King Philip War.
In 1678 he was one of the road surveyors.
Ephraim FELLOWS first married about 1665 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts to a Mary (of unknown maiden surname)  and their children included ...
His wife Mary died on 23 Feb 1671/72. 
Ephraim FELLOWS married secondly on 20 Dec 1680 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts to Ann Cross (daughter of Robert CROSS and Hanna JORDAN), widow of Thomas Marshall. Their children were born in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts  and included ...
After the birth of their children, he moved his family from Ipswich Essex County, Massachusetts to Plainfield, Connecticut.
On 16 June 1694 he bought the interest of the Younglove heirs in the estate of Isaac Fellows, Jr. and in the deed he was called a locksmith. He conveyed the same to Dr. Wallis in 1713.
In 1700 he had a seat in the meeting house appointed to him.
He died after 1713 in Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut.
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