[NOTE: Disputed parentage Some texts say she is the daughter of Rev. George Phillips and Elizabeth Sargent, however several sources listing his children do not include a daughter Hannah. No Hannah accompanied them according to ships list. Not found in his will Robert C. Anderson indicates Hannah is not of Rev. George Philips family. Mary Hovering suggests she may be related to Rev. John Philips of Dedham, but this lineage has not been pursued further. see: Joseph Morse (1613-1654) in: Early New England Families, 1641 – 1700. Volume 1. p. -5 (Original Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2013. (By Alicia Crane Williams, Lead Genealogist.)]
Hannah Philips, of Watertown, married Joseph Morse at Dedham, Massachusetts on September 1, 1638 [1: 7: 1638]. Her parentage and origin has not been determined.  Joseph was the son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Jasper) Morse, was baptized at Redgrave, Suffolk, England on May 2, 1613. 
1639: November 10: Ann, wife of Joseph Morse, was received into the church at Dedham. 
1649: Joseph Morse was a proprietor at Dedham on lands that later became Medfield in 1651. 
1654: The Morse family resided at Dorchester or Boston.
1659/60: February 24, Thomas Boyden, Boston carter, and wife Hannah, 7 acres of upland and meadow in Boston to Joshua Scottow. 
1661/2: She and husband Thomas were of Medfield. 
1661: October 18: Thomas Boyden of Medfied, posted bond of L300, together with the house, upland and meadow now in his possession, inheritance of the late Joseph Morse, and agreed to pay Edward Rawson L 180. 
1662: September 12: Thomas and Hannah sold their dwelling house, barn, gardens and orchards in Boston to Simon Lynde. 
1665: June 27: The bond agreed to regarding the estate of Joseph Morse, would be void by the courts, if Thomas Boyden met the conditions of the maintenance of the Morse children, including teaching the sons to read and write, and to pay them at age or marriage the sums of inheritance decided by the Court in May 1661. 
Her husband Joseph came to New England at the age of 20, on the ship Increase enrolling in London on April 15, 1635, with his father Samuel and mother Elizabeth. 
He died by June 20, 1654, likely at Dorchester. 
In Joseph father Samuel's will of 2: 10: 1654 [December 2, 1654], the bequests to his wife Elizabeth, were to be divided in equal portions, after her decease to their children, including 'Ann' Morse, wife of his son Joseph, now deceased. 
The inventory of the portion of Joseph's estate at Medfield was taken 20: 4: 1654 [June 20, 1654] included a house lot, barn, materials and lands, and a crop of corn was valued at L113; his second division upland at L21 and his meadow at L 40. 
His Dorchester holdings were inventoried on 26; 4: 1654 [June 26] included livestock, furnishings and books. The sum total of his estate was L420 3s 6d and was submitted to the court by his widow Hannah on July 25, 1654. 
After his death, widow Hannah Morse married second Thomas Boyden at Boston on November 3, 1658, as his second wife.  Thomas Boyden was born about 1613, likely in England, and sailed from Ipswich to New England in April, 1634 aboard the ship Francis, first settling at Scituate.  He is listed as aged 21 on the passenger list. 
She and her husband Thomas, appeared in court on more than one occasion regarding the estate settlement and the bringing up of her eight Morse children. Boyden agreed to maintain the children until they come of age, teach them to read and write, and if the boys choose, to select trades. A division of the estate was settled among the heirs, so that each child would receive their portion at age or marriage. 
She wrote her own will on October 3, 1676 and divided her estate among the eight Morse children, being:
sons Samuel, Joseph and Jeremiah Morse
daughters Hannah Flood, Sarah Lawrence, Dorcas Clarke, Elizabeth Lawrence and Mary Plimpton. 
Samuel Morse born 10: 11: 1639 [January 11, 1640] ; died on February 28 1717/18, at Medfield; married February 10, 1664/5 Elizabeth Wood at Sudbury who died June 26, 1682.  ; married second at Medfield, on April 29, 1684, Sarah Thurston. 
Hannah born 8: 6: 1641 [August 8, 1641] ; died after 1681; married James Flood of Boston c1677. 
Sarah Morse born 16: 7: 1643 [September 16, 1643] ; died on August 29, 1683; married Nathaniel Lawrence of Groton  at Sudbury on March 13, 1660. 
Dorcas born 24: 6: 1645 [August 24, 1645]  ; died at Medfield on July 24, 1725; married Benjamin Clark  at Medfield on November 19, 1665. 
Elizabeth born 1: 7: 1647 [September 1, 1647 ; died at Medfield on June 12, 1715; married Peleg Lawrence at Medfield on Dec. 22, 1668. 
Joseph born 26: 7: 1649 [September 26, 1649] ; died at Sherborn on February18, 1717/8 ; married first on October 17, 1671, Mehetabel Wood at Medfield; married second on April 11, 1688, Hannah Babcock of Milton, at Medfield. 
Jeremiah Morse born 10: 4: 1651 [ June 10, 1651] ; died on February19, 1715/6 at Medfield ; married Elizabeth Hamant. 
Mary born c1653: died at Medfield on December 25, 1717; married Joseph Plymton on November 3, 1675. 
1638: Joseph Morse and Hannah Phillips were married the 1 of the 7 mo. (p. 126)
1639: Samuell, the son of Joseph and Hanna Morse was born the 10th of the 11th mo. (p . 1)
1641: Hanna, the daughter of Joseph and Hannah Morse was born the 8 of the 6 mo. (p. 2)
1643: Sarah, the daughter of Joseph and Hana Morse was born the 16 of the 7 mo. (p. 2)
1645: Dorcas, the daughter of Joseph and Hana Morse was born the 24 of the 6 mo. (p. 3)
1647: Elizabeth, the daughter of Joseph and Hanna Morse was born the 1 of the 7 mo. (p. 3)
1649: Joseph, the son of Joseph and Annis Morse was borne the 26 of the 7 mo. (p. 4)
1651: Jeremiah the son of Joseph and Hanah Morss was borne ye 10 of the 4th mo. (p. 5) 
1658: Thomas Boyden and Hannah Mosse, widow were married 3rd Nov. by Richard Bellingham, Dep. Gov. (p. 67) 
Morse, Dorcas and Benjamin Clarke, Nov. 19, 1665. (p. 159)
Morse, Elizabeth and Peleg Laurance, Dec. 22, 1668. (p. 159)
Morse, Joseph and Mehitabell Wood, Oct. 17, 1671. (p. 159)
Morse, Joseph and Hannah Badcock, Apr. 11, 1683. (p. 159)
Morse, Marie and Joseph Plimpton, Nov. 3, 1675. (p. 159)
Mors, Samuel and Sarah Thurstun, Apr. 29, 1684.(p. 158)
BOYDEN, Hanna, w. Thomas, Oct. 3, 1676. (p. 195)
Morse, Elizabeth, w. Samuell, June 26, 1682. (p. 224)
Morse, Morse, Jeremiah, h. Elisabeth, Feb. 19, 1715-16. (p. 225)
Moriarty, G. Andrews, “Genealogical Research in England”, in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), Vol. 83: 291, 1929.
Thomas Boyden, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), Vol. I (A-B), p. 367.
Samuel Morse, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), Vol. V (M-P), p. 173.
Hill, Don Gleason, Editor. The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths, and Intentions of Marriage: in the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts, Volumes 1 & 2. 1638-1845 With an Appendix Containing Records of Marriages Before 1800, Returned from Other Towns, Under the Statute of 1857. (Dedham, Mass.: Town of Dedham, 1886), 126.
↑ 1.01.1 Anderson, Robert C. Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume V, M-P, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 2007 p. 173 (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2010.)
↑ 3.03.13.23.33.43.5 Anderson, Robert C. Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume I, A-B, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 2003 p. 366-7: 96 (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.)
↑ 4.04.1 Abstracts of the Earliest Wills of Suffolk in: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1876 p. 433
↑ Hotten: James C. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men sold for a term of years; apprentices; children stolen; maidens pressed; and others who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700 : with their ages and the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars; from mss. preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England, London, England, 1874 p. 65
↑ New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 5, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1857 p. 299
↑ 7.07.1 Appleton, William S. Editor. City Document 130: Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths 1630-1699, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. Baltimore 1978
↑ Hotten: James C. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men sold for a term of years; apprentices; children stolen; maidens pressed; and others who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700 : with their ages and the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars; from mss. preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England, London, England, 1874 p. 279
↑ Focus on Identification in: Great Migration Newsletter, Vol. 17, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 2008 p. 11(Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2015.)
↑ Abstracts of the Earliest Wills of Suffolk in: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1876 p. 433
↑ 11.011.111.211.311.411.511.611.7 Vital Records of Medfield Massachusetts to the Year 1850, Publ. by The New England Historic Genealogical Register Boston 1903
↑ 12.012.112.212.312.412.512.612.7 Hill, Son Gleason, Town clerk and editor. The Record of the Births, Marriages and Deaths and Intentions of Marriage in the Town of Dedham Volume I, 1635-1845, Dedham, Massachusetts, 1886
↑ 13.013.113.2 Vital Records of Sudbury Massachusetts to the Year 1850, NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1903
↑ 14.014.114.214.3 Wight, William Ward. The Wights: A Record of Thomas Wight of Dedham and Medfield and of His Descendants, 1635-1890, Swain & Tate, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1890 p. 10
↑ 15.015.1 Baldwin, Thomas, compiler. Vital Records of Sherborn, Massachusetts to the Year 1850. NEHGS, Boston, Massachusetts, 1911
WikiTree profile Phillips-3001 created through the import of Nelson Family Tree.ged on Jun 6, 2011 by Gregory Nelson. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Gregory and others.
I have not been able to find a new version of this source and do not have record of what was on it. Looking at the edit history, I last edited this shortly after I started with genealogy and was still "green" on proper citations. This profile still requires considerable proper research. Reeve-104 18:17, 20 July 2015 (EDT)
Thank you to Scott Harris for creating WikiTree profile Phillips-6458 through the import of Harris Family Tree.ged on Mar 19, 2013.
Phillips-4273 and Phillips-3001 are not ready to be merged because: 3001 had notices not to merge until disputed parentage is resolved. Please see her profile bio and bulletin board where this has been noted. Whomever has these parents needs to research and confirm them prior to a merge. If no primary source can be found, they should be removed, prior to any merge.
Phillips-4273 and Phillips-3001 do not represent the same person because: Phillips-4273 is unsourced, currently have no proof of her parentage as noted on Phillips-3001. Parents should be either confirmed or removed prior to any merge.