Thomas Fowler, son of Philip (1), was born in Ipswich according to his deposition in 1636; died in Amesbury 3 October 1727; married there, Hannah Jordan, 23 April 1660, who was born in Ipswich 14 March 1638-9, the daughter of Francis and Jane (Wilson) Jordan of Ipswich and died in Amesbury, 15 June 1716. (p. 31)
On 30th Sept. 1656 "John Coggswell and Phillip Fowlar consent to an assignment by said John of servant Thomas Fowlar, to his uncle Phillip Fowlar". [EQC 2:3] Anderson gives this as evidence that Thomas Fowler is the nephew (not the son) of Phillip Fowler, and follows it with further reasoning. 
1659-60: 1 March he was granted permission to plant two acres in Ipswich on the north side of Jeffries Neck.
1662: 2d 2d mo. He gives, in a deposition at court, in which he states his age as about 26 years.
1662: 10 April He is of Salisbury and buys land there of Edward Cottle.
1663: 17 April Styled husbandman and buys of Richard Currier 20 acres of upland near the Merrimack river.
1669-70: 18 Feb. Of Amesbury, with wife Hannah, sells 6 acres of land there.
1670: 18th 2d mo. Of Salisbury cancels a mortgage.
1677: 21st 10th mo. Of Amesbury, planter, buys marsh land of John Dickison.
1677: 20 Dec. He took the oath of allegiance and fidelity at Amesbury.
1685: One of a committee to lay out a highway appointed by Almsbury and Haverhill.
1689: 10 Dec. Widow Jane Jordan of Ipswich, in her will, mentions her daughter Hannah Fowler.
1690: 24 Dec. Made Freeman.
1690:91:92:93: 1697:98: 1701: 1704:05:06:07 Moderator for Town meetings in Amesbury.
1691: 1694: Served on Grand Jury at Court of Pleas Ipswich
1695: 1700: 1705: 1707: 1710: Representative for Amesbury to attend the General Court
Great Migration 1634-1635, C-F. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as: The Great Migration, Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume II, C-F, by Robert Charles Anderson, George F. Sanborn, Jr., and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001.