- Redexsalana Bissell of East Windsor, CT
- Philemon Whale of Wayland, MA
- Greenleaf Mayo Patch of Reading, MA
I found a Greenleaf on Cape Cod a few years back, along with a Zazud, a Mulfretta, and a Phebbediah.
How popular is the baby name Phebbediah in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, check out all the blog posts that mention the name Phebbediah.
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Want to get a feel for the types of names used on Cape Cod in centuries past? Check out the names at Cape Cod Gravestones.
Most of the names are biblical, of course, and they range from those still used today (e.g., Abigail, Benjamin, Hannah, Joshua, Mary and Samuel) to those that have long since fallen out of favor (e.g., Barzillai, Dorcas, Gamaliel, Mehetabel, Peleg and Zipporah).
Some of the most interesting names listed at the site are:
The two funniest names? Thankful Sweat (female) and Moody Fish (male). Both Thankful and Moody were born in the late 18th century.