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PHILLIPS FAMILIES OF TENNESSEE - PHILLIPS.HTML
Some Phillips information from newsgroups and correspondence is presented here to try to pull it together and help those who are researching Phillips in Tennessee.
Subj: Re: Phillips/TN cousins book Date: 98-05-17
From: email@example.com (Gene Phillips)
To: Genny1@aol.com (Genny1)
At 08:43 AM 5/16/98 EDT, you wrote:
> Thanks for the prompt response...
>Got a question--did you check on the Phillips info from the index only, or did you happen to go page by page looking?
> I don't own the book, but had borrowed a copy from a friend some time ago but did not make a note of the Phillips info at that time. But I found a lot of the names in the book were not indexed, such as some of the marriage records, etc
> But it is a fantastic book, anyway.
> My Phillips - Ezekiel I. or J., was born 1778 in Maryland, then was in Robertson Co TN by early 1800's. I have not yet found his father, or brothers,etc. There are lots of references to Isaac, and to Philip Phillips, and then to Mann Phillips in the early records of that area, but I have not found anything to tie him in to any of them.
> Thanks again, appreciate the help.
>I will add a link to your page when I get back in and edit my links page at:
> Nancy Phillips Goodman in Hendersonville, TN
I used the index. I didn't have time to go over it closely. The public library has it, but doesn't check out books from its genealogy section. I need to go back to it because I am also related to the Armstrongs in the book.
I can't connect my William H Phillips to any of the earliest Phillips in Davidson County. In another book "Pioneers of Davidson County", the following names are mentioned: Samuel Phillips, Joseph Phillips, Wm Phillips, Michael Philips, John Phillips (2 times) and Benjamin Phillips. Most of the names were mentioned as part of the Militia companies in the area at the time. Then we come to Philip Phillips. From what I have found of him, he appears to be the big time real estate agent in Davidson County. He appears many times in another book I read concerning land deeds in Davidson County. If the weather is bad on my next day off, I will be going back to the library to go over Tennessee Cousins again.
Did you know there is also a companion book, "Carolina Cousins"?
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Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 18:24:04 -0600
From: Anne Proctor <DPROCTOR@Dekalb.Net>
To: Dale Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Phillips Genealogy
Dale Jones wrote:
> I'm looking for info on John Phillips and his descendants. I believe he was in the Revolutionary War, and received a pension while living in Kentucky.
Other than this I don't know much. Any help or direction would be appreciated.
Dale Jones Email: email@example.com
> Descendants of John Phillips
> 1 John Phillips b: Abt. 1735 in Cecil County, Maryland d: in Christian
County, Kentucky . +Margaret (Peggy) McReadon
...... 2 Nathan Phillips b: March 23, 1773 in Lancaster County Pa. d: March 05, 1844 in Cabarrus County, N.C.
.......... +Hannah Jane Rounceval b: March 17, 1774 in Rowan County, N.C. d: May 18, 1849 in Cabarrus County, N.C.
.............. 3 Margaret McReadon Phillips b: May 22, 1803
.................. +John Mccellan
.............. 3 Sara Rounceval Phillips b: October 02, 1805
.................. +William W. McLarty
.............. 3 Jane M. Phillips b: November 1807
.................. +Solomon Harris
.............. 3 Hannah Bernice Phillips b: January 18, 1810
.................. +Samuel W. Newell
.............. 3 Nathan Gano Phillips b: January 18, 1810
.................. +Prudence Sample Morrison
.............. 3 Mary Ann Phillips b: February 29, 1812
.................. +Columbus Spears
.............. 3 Josiah Leroy Phillips b: July 04, 1818 in Cabarrus County, N.C. d: March 11, 1894 in Water Valley, Mississippi
.................. +Margaret Ann Wilson b: March 15, 1821 in Mecklenburg Co. N.C. d: June 21, 1886 in Mississippi
Following is a copy of info I found years ago. (Where, can't remember), but I felt that my line was with the Phillips line in Cecil County Maryland. This John Phillips may be your's, I think my GGGgrandfather was William.
In any case maybe someone out there might get a new line to follow and at the very least more files to check on and some interesting reading on the Phillips family.
Anne Proctor <DPROCTOR@Dekalb.Net>
The Phillips Family of Old Buncombe
One of the Phillips/Philips families of Buncombe County originated in Cecil County, Maryland.
Reuben Phillips and his wife Catherine moved from Cecil County to Frederick County Maryland in 1753 and then in 1769 sold their Frederick County lands and moved to Rowan County, North Carolina.
Reuben and Catherine's children included: John, William, Levi, Reuben, Jr., Jesse, Jonas and Adam.
During the Revolution, John, William, Levi and Adam served in the militia, while Reuben was Road Overseer, and Jesse was Constable. Adam moved in 1789 to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina and then in 1803 to Buncombe County where he rented a farm on Turkey Creek for about a year.
In the fall of 1803, Adam purchased some unimproved land on the Beaver Dams of Hominey Creek, and moved into it on the tenth of March 1804. He lived here with his wife Hannah (Bailey) Phillips and children, Eli A., Elizabeth, Elisha, Reuben, Mary Ann, Catherine and Hiram. Adam was of the Methodist faith, and in 1806 Daniel Asbury who was the Presiding Elder of a nearby district, visited the Phillips home, and he sent a Methodist preacher named Jesse Richardson, who preached round the neighborhood, and often stayed in the Phillips house. Adam was appointed Class Leader for the Methodist Society in Buncombe County, and kept that position for over 40 years. Adam had taught school while living in Mecklenburg County, and in 1810 his son Reuben, though only a youth of 14, was given a job as schoolteacher on the Swannanoa river near Adam's new home on Whitson Creek, (now Haw Creek). Adam and his family had moved to Whitson Creek in 1809 to get nearer civilization because the neighborhood around Hominey Creek was full of rowdies and had "No church, no school and no Sabbath" as Reuben states in his autobiography.
Adam's son Eli was married in 1809 and lived near Adam and his new wife Sarah. In the following years, other of Adam and Hannah's children were married: Elisha in 1810; Elizabeth in 1814; Reuben in 1819; and the other children as they became old enough.
In 1825, Eli and Reuben made an exploratory trip to the newly opened Creek Indian lands in Habersham County, Georgia, and in the spring of 1826 they moved there with their families. Their sister Mary Ann who had married Joseph Wilson Pharr, a Methodist minister, followed shortly. In 1832, their youngest brother Hiram who married Nancy Vaughn of Clarksville joined them and moved to that town where be became a doctor of medicine.
Elizabeth was now Elizabeth Wells, Catherine had married James Bell and had a son George Hamilton Bell who was a prominent episcopal minister in Buncombe County. Adam's son Elisha now lived in Haywood County, and raised a large family in that county, outliving three wives in the process. Elisha's son Sewell became one of the more prominent ministers of Tennessee before his death in 1896. Many of Adam's sons, grandsons, and great grandsons became Methodist preachers, teachers, or often both, and his daughter Catherine Bell was a well-known teacher in Asheville for many years.
Hannah died in 1848, and Adam lived with his daughters Elizabeth and Catherine. He was given a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War, and also a Bounty Land Warrant. He died December 29, 1858 aged 96 years and two days, and is buried in Bethesda Cemetery on Haw Creek Asheville, on the land he owned for many years.
Many of his descendants still live in Buncombe, Haywood and other Western North Carolina counties, and many have been prominent citizens in their own right.
It is likely that Adam's brothers John and William also lived for a time in Buncombe County before they moved on the Tennessee and Kentucky. Adam's Father Reuben and brother Levi took their families to Oglethrope County, Georgia about 1786 and in 1793 Jesse and Reuben Jr. left Rowan County also. Jesse evidently went to Tennessee, while Reuben Jr. settled in Wilkes County, North Carolina where he died in 1813 or 1814
By John Wesley Phillips
Date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998 20:58:12 -0800
From: Susan Morris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Samuel Monroe Phillips
Does anyone have any info on PHILLIPS in Tennessee? Looking for my grandfather, Samuel Monroe PHILLIPS.
His parents: Edward and Victoria (Tulser) PHILLIPS. Samuel was born in April 1892-1895, possibly in Rutherford County, TN.
He enlisted in the army in 1913. At that time he gave his residence as Readyville, TN. He served during WWI in Washington State. He married Virginia Kesinger in 1919 in Spokane, WA. He died in 1935 in Spokane, WA.
May have had a brother, Harry PHILLIPS.
There may be a relationship with Lee PHILLIPS found in the 1900 Rutherford Co., TN census. In the same household there was Vick (sister) born 1870 and a nephew (Sampson) born April 1896.
I've been searching for 20 yrs. for this family. Any help will be appreciated.
Susan Phillips Morris
Date: Tue, 19 Aug 1997 11:05:34 -0700
From: Devorah <email@example.com>
Subject: PHILLIPS, MARYLAND > NC > TENNESSEE > ARKANSAS > CA
I'm looking for info on PHILLIPS from Maryland to North Carolina to Tennessee to Arkansas to California. If you are searching PHILLIPS in these states please email me. I'd like to exchange data. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The direct line I am working on is as follows. Devorah
Thomas PHILLIPS Sr---unk where born or died
Thomas PHILLIPS Jr---unk where born or died
Reuben PHILLIPS------born Cecil Co, Maryland, died Oglethorpe Co, Ga
William PHILLIPS Sr--born NC or Tennessee, died Tennessee
Reuben PHILLIPS Sr---born Rowan Co, Tennessee, died Arkansas
Reuben PHILLIPS Jr---born Overton Co, Tennessee, died Kingston, Arkansas
John PHILLIPS--------born Overton Co, Tennessee, died Madison Co, Arkansas
Carl PHILLIPS--------born Huntsville, Arkansas, died Stockton, Ca
John Carl PHILLIPS---born Omak, Washington
Lisa Ann PHILLIPS----born Oroville, California
Jewel Ellen PHILLIPS-born Oroville, California
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 1997
From: Gene Phillips
Reply TO: email@example.com
Subject: PHILLIPS 1850 Census for Davidson Co TN.
The following Phillips were enumerated in the 1850 census.
The information after the names is age, sex and state of birth.
Civil District #3
America 32 -F-VA
William S 28-M-TN
Louisa A 5-F-TN
W B 44-M-TN
William 47-M-TN (my -ggg-gf)
Benjamine 21-M-TN (my gg-gf)
Peter 24-M-TN (Enumerated with Cannon Tucker)
HH#585 (Tennessee State Penitentiary)
Peyton 39-M-TN (Murder)
Nelson 31-M-TN (Rape)
William D 46-M-TN
Milbery C 17-F-TN
Mary B 14-F-TN
Daniel D 7-M-TN
William D 6-M-TN
Clairbone H 3-F-TN
Mary A 1-F-TN
Reply TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Carl Phillips <email@example.com>
To: "PHILLIPS family genealogy list" <PHILLIPS@rmgate.pop.indiana.edu>
Subject: John PHILLIPS in Tennessee Date: Fri, 06 Dec 1996
Need information re: John PHILLIPS who received North Carolina land grants of 640 acres on Bledsoe Creek and 640 acres on north side of Cumberland River in what is now Wilson or Sumner County Tennessee.
Carl in Calif
HOME PAGE: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/4723/HOMEPAGE.HTM
NOTE: this link is no longer valid
From: Dataman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Phillips Family discussion list" <PHILLIPS@rmgate.pop.indiana.edu>
Subject: PHILLIPS, MANN
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 1996
I am sure I saw a request on here for information on Mann PHILLIPS. I can't find the message. He received 2 land grants in Davidson Co TN in 1787. If he is yours send me a message and I will relay the facts I have to you
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 05:38:57 EST
From: Betty Distad <GmomDistad@aol.com>
Subject: WILLIAM PHILLIPS BORN 1773 IN WALES, STAYED WITH RELATIVE
I need some help I have that William Phillips came to America in 1795 accompanied by his brother, Philip and an elderly male cousin. They moved to Davidson County, Tennessee where they lived for a time with another relative.
Not long after settling in Davidson County, TN, he married a Nancy Henderson.
Now my problem, how can I go about finding who they stayed with? Where would be port of call where they got off the ship? I find after they were married they lived in Nashville close to the "Hermitage" and was friends with Andrew Jackson. On his gravestone it says that he was with the Mounted W. Tennessee Volunteers. It also says he was with the Wales, 1st Regiment. I know he marched with Andrew Jackson from Pensacola to New Orleans. Could I find something about him there? I am a pretty new newbie, but I am learning fast. He is buried in Arkansas. Please email me privately as I sometimes do not get all my lists read. Any help anybody can give me would be greatly appreciated'.
Betty (Phillips) Distad
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998
From: ssmith <email@example.com>
Subject: [DanvilleCrossing-L] PHILLIPS;Stewart Co.
I am researching the Phillips family in Stewart Co.,TN. In hopes of generating some leads the following are PHILLIPS marriages in Stewart Co. per Whitley's book of marriages 1838 - 1866. Phillips, Amanda A.A. to David F. Stavely 3-03-1859
Dabney D.P. to Rebecca C. Mann 11-07-1855
Edwin to Elizabeth Milor (Millor) no date
Eliza J. to George Dortch 1-06-1859
Ellen to James C. Gardner 12-13-1854
Iradill to Sarah I. Grice 2-27-1864
Iradill to Sarah Herndon 11-03-1866
Margarett T. to Thomas J. Spencer 12-24-1864
Martha A. to Benj. W. Daniel 8-18-1859
Martha P. to Alexander Joyce 7-20-1853
Mary E. to Jesse A. Bryan 6-11-1866
Sally A. to Darosey H. White 10-26-1858
Sarah F. to Harry C. Agy 9-26-1865
Thomas to Fredonia Beasley 9-22-1856
Uzebia to William Hargroves 5-23-1863
William to Mary J. Danial 1-03-1857
Hope you find a match in of one of these marriages. Let me know,
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998
From: ssmith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [DanvilleCrossing-L] Phillips;Stewart Co.TN
Thank you for the great information on some of the Phillips family in Stewart Co. I am trying to find out how Abraham Phillips fits into those Phillip families.
In the 1850 census page 789 family 193:
Phillips, Abraham 35
Martha 13 (my ggreatgrandmother ?)
On Page 790, Family 200 is Abraham's father Abe,Sn.
Phillips, Abraham 65
Does anyone know:
Which family is Abraham Sr. connected to?
The last name of Abraham Sr.'s wife Jemima?
The last name of Abraham Jr's wife Martha?
In present day Stewart Co. where would these families have lived?
thank you for reading my wish list...
Some more Stewart County PHILLIPS' marriages:
John PHILIPS to Emaline THREATT 11 Dec 1841
Ed PHILLIPS to Nannie CLINARD 12 Mar 1901
J. J. PHILLIPS to Martha J.THREATT 26 Mar 1885
J. W. PHILLIPS to Eula BURKHART 28 Feb 1905
Joe PHILLIPS to Maggie MILES 28 Aug 1910
John PHILLIPS to Flosie TRAUBER 26 Dec 1904
R. J. PHILLIPS to Jennie BURKHART 26 Mar 1908
R. J. PHILLIPS to Dora SHELBY 5 Apr 1894
W. A. PHILLIPS to Emma PARKER 3 Oct 1881
W. H. PHILLIPS to M. M. GILBERT 18 Nov 1894
J. S. WILLIAMS to M. H. PHILIPS 4 Feb 1850
Mason BRYANT to Martha PHILLIPS to 22 May 1881
J. S. CHERRY to Zena PHILLIPS 25 Dec 1904
William HARGROVE to Uzebia PHILLIPS 23 May 1863
Charlie KENNEDAY to A. M. PHILLIPS 24 Feb 1891
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998
NOTE: this link is no longer valid
I know I got these marriages at the above web-site. I forget now who told me about it. Anyway, some of them are alpha, some groom;s name, some bride's names. ... Enjoy.
Betty (Phillips) Distad
PHILLIPS, E B Miss marr. CULLEY, M E on 09-FEB-1864
PHILLIPS, Mary E marr. DAVIS, Thomas on 26-MAR-1862
Tennessee Blount County
Dun, Elizabeth married Phillips, Josiah on 24 Feb 1820
Phillips, Tabitha married Roork, Samuel on 06 Sep 1816
Phillips, Abraham married Wheeler, Nancy on 07 Nov 1822
Phillips, Isaac married Plumer, Margaret on 24 Dec 1822
Phillips, Anne married Shelton, Joseph on 30 Jul 1818
Tennessee Davidson County
Phillips, Sarah married Young, David on 27 Dec 1796
Phillips, Sally married Williams, William on 05 Feb 1807
Mcfaddin, Polly married Phillips, John on 26 Jul 1808
Martin, Thomas married Phillips, Patsy on 24 Sep 1809
Phillips, Polly married Williams, Elisha on 30 May 1814
Phillips, Margaret T married Williams, Isaiah F. on 15 Dec 1814,
Phillips, Ann married Williams, Jno. S. on 21 Aug 1816
Huggins, Elizabeth married Phillips, Mark on 26 Aug 1819
Phillips, David married Phillips, Sally on 17 Sep 1819
Brown, Bazzell married Phillips, Elizabeth on 04 Oct 1819
Blair, Thomas married Phillips, Betsy on 19 Jul 1823
Maxwell, Elizabeth married Phillips, William H. on 19 Aug 1824
Tennessee Grainger County
Hunnycut, Jinny married Phillips, William on 31 Jan 1802
Phillips, Elizabeth married Shelton, Joel on 13 Jul 1802
Martin, Winefred married Phillips, Nathan on 21 Apr 1803,
Tennessee Greene County
Phillips, Clemons married Turner, Agnes on 11 Jul 1787
Phillips, Ezra married Randolf, Hannah on 15 Sep 1787
Phillips, John married Rose, Sarah on 20 Jun 1789
Phillips, Elizabeth married Pratt, William on 21 Jun 1801
Phillips, Sarah married West, Charles on 23 Apr 1803
Loyd, Robinson married Phillips, Phoebe on 30 Dec 1807
Phillips, John married Rightsell, Barbara on 20 Oct 1810
Campbell, Fanny married Phillips, George on 15 Mar 1814
Phillips, Micajah married Smiley, Polly on 18 Jul 1818
Phillips, Pleasant married Robertson, Lucinda on 31 Oct 1818
Phillips, Thomas married Rightsell, Caty on 06 Nov 1821
Mitchell, Polly married Phillips, Charles on 08 Mar 1825
Tennessee Jefferson County
Phillips, Rebecca married Rightsell, John on 29 Sep 1809
Tennessee Maury County
Hall, David married Phillips, Hannah on 17 Jan 1810
Tennessee Roane County
Hewitt, Robert married Phillips, Rebeckah on 13 Mar 1810
Bowers, Kitty married Phillips, Reuben on 22 Dec 1810
Phillips, Clemmon married Prewitt, Drusilla on 16 Jul 1811
Bower, William married Phillips, Betsy on 07 Jul 1814
Bowman, John married Phillips, Peggy on 23 Apr 1816
Fike, Nancy married Phillips, David C. on 07 Mar 1820
Branham, William married Phillips, Nancy on 12 Jan 1822
Tennessee Rutherford County
Counts, Phillips married Jones, Littleberry on 11 Mar 1818
Phillips, Elenor married Vancleif, Stephen on 01 Feb 1819
Gilchrist, Daniel married Phillips, Nancy on 29 Dec 1819
Knox, Peggy married Phillips, David S. on 16 Feb 1825
Davis, Mary married Phillips, William B. on 20 Oct 1825
Tennessee Sumner County
House, Charlotte married Phillips, Isaac on 08 Jan 1800
Melton, Celia married Phillips, Ebbin on 18 May 1812
Corder, Lewis married Phillips, Rebecca on 11 Sep 1817
Marcum, Sally married Phillips, John W. on 23 May 1818
Phillips, Rachel married Vaughn, Mathew on 22 Aug 1818
Phillips, Rebecca married Taylor, James on 16 Jan 1821
Phillips, Noah married Troffilsted, Lucinda on 28 Jun 1822
Lay, Eliza married Watkins, Phillips on 13 Oct 1823
Tennessee Washington County
Mccardell, John married Phillips, Sara
Bacon, Jane married Phillips, Royal on 14 Jan 1819
Phillips, Jacob married White, Elizabeth on 27 Jan 1824
Tennessee Williamson County
Chambers, Ann married Phillips, Joel on 08 Jun 1806
Phillips, Izrael married Tillman, Martha on 28 Aug 1810
Hines, Owen married Phillips, Polly on 27 Feb 1812
Baker, Abraham married Phillips, Rebecca on 30 Apr 1812
Gant, Joel married Phillips, Sarah on 27 May 1816
Edwards, Nancy married Phillips, Ivy on 19 Oct 1816
Phillips, Jane married Vaughan, John on 24 Jun 1819
Barnes, Horatio married Phillips, Polly on 20 Apr 1820
Tennessee Wilson County
Phillips, John married Scott, Elizabeth on 06 Jan 1806
Phillips, Polly married Winsett, Amos on 03 May 1806
Phillips, Joseph married Williams, Martha on 14 Oct 1812
Finney, Andrew married Phillips, Nancy on 15 Jan 1815
Carlin, Sally married Phillips, John on 14 Mar 1816
Oakley, John married Phillips, Sally on 01 Jul 1816
Phillips, Joseph married Wheeler, Ann on 31 Aug 1816
Hannes, Enoch P. married Phillips, Elizabeth on 21 Jan 1817
Phillips, William married Waters, Nancy on 10 Aug 1819
Lawrence, Sally married Phillips, Thomas on 28 Aug 1819
Phillips, David married Waters, Polly on 14 Dec 1820
Phillips, Finetta married Sweat, Uriah on 27 Feb 1821
Phillips, George married Turner, Lucinda on 31 Mar 1822
Bass, Archamack married Phillips, Rachael on 18 Jun 1822
Adams, Ruth married Phillips, Peter on 12 Sep 1822
Great info!! Loved seeing my Abner right there at the beginning of the census list! (Abner by the way was born Sept. 15, 1737, d. Nov. 18, 1813 and is buried in the Greenwood family graveyard in Elkin NC, having been moved there we think when Sarah Phillips Woodruff Bagby's grave was also moved there when her son Abner Bagby's church - Union Methodist - disbanded in Surry/Yadkin Co. and all the graves were moved from it) It gave me confirmation of number of children, boys and girls - I never knew of but one girl my Sarah "Sally" for sure and there seems to be a Prudence who married Gideon Woodruff the brother of Moses Woodruff Jr. who married my Sarah "Sally" both girls are listed as being born ca. 1770. George Phillips is Abner's son - must have been the oldest or close to it - I have never known the birth order. He had 6 sons so one other must have also been old enough to be off on his own by 1784-87.
His sons (if you didn't see my earlier post on the Phillips list) were Phillip, Richard, Micajah, Cornelius, George, and Ephriam. Since I posted my Phillips info I have since learned that Phillip Phillips, one of Abner's sons was married to Sussanah Spencer on 2 Feb 1809 with Abner Phillips as bondsman. There seems to have been other Phillips around that were contemporaries of Abner in Surry Co. at that time - I am surprised that they did not show up in the census. There was definitely a John Phillips in the area.
I have the following Surry Co. Marriage Bond information:
Ezekiel Philips m. Betsey Brown 20 Dec 1808 bondsman Wm. Hudson
Merrel Philips m. Eliza Stubblefield of Stokes Co. 16 Jan 1797 bm. John Purdom
Solomon Phillips m. ? 11 May 1785 bm. Andrew Phillips
Abraham Phillips m. Sarah Rideans (Ridings) 18 Feb. 1799 bm. John Phillips
Orwell Philips m. Elizabeth Bolling 23 Nov 1816 bm. James Flynn
Richard P. Woodruff m. Nancy Phillips 19 May 1831, bm. William Woodruff (this may be one of the 3 children born to my Sarah Phillips who first married Moses Woodruff Jr. who died in 1803 - I have been unable to find out what happened to those 3 children from her first marriage or what their names were - however in the same graveyard that Sarah and her father Abner were moved to there is a R.P.Woodruff b. Mar 9, 1804, d. Sept. 1, 1870 and wife Nancy b. Oct 12, 1812, d. June 12, 1899. Sarah may well have been pregnant when Moses died so this was probably child #3 of that marriage)
Nancy Phillips m. Thomas Cummins 22 Feb. 1792, bm. Edmund Adams
William Hudson m. Polley Phillips 25 July 1807, bm. John Chapman
Sarah Phillips m. Bartlett Creed 8 Jan 1787, bm. Joseph Phillips (this is not my Sarah but another apparently)
John Phillips m. Rachel Hopson 20 Aug 1831, bm. Thomas Flinn
Abner Phillips m. Nancy Cockerham 8 Jan 1866, bm. H. Cockerham
Ezekiel Phillips m. Betsy Brown 20 Dec 1808, bm. William Hudson
James Phillips m. Nancy Cox 2 Jan 1857 bm. Preston Phillips
In the Surry Co. Deed Abstracts book there was reference to "the Phillips land" in 1794 being 1000 acres on Mitchel's River and Yadkin River
Thanks for your postings - any chance you have come across a will abstract for Abner or any other Surry Co. Phillips? Keep that information coming - love it!!
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 1997
From: Ken Poole <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Susan J Gall), phillips-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: census and will abstract postings/Phillips
I wonder if these were not related to the Moore County (old Cumberland) Phillips, as some of the related names are here in Moore ,and next door to the Phillips. Has anyone more on the Moore County Phillips?
At 11:10 PM 11/26/97 -0500, Susan J Gall wrote:
> Great info!! Loved seeing my Abner right there at the beginning of the census list! (Abner by the way was born Sept. 15, 1737, d. Nov. 18, 1813 and is buried in the Greenwood family graveyard in Elkin NC, having been moved there we think when Sarah Phillips Woodruff Bagby's grave was also moved there when her son Abner Bagby's church - Union Methodist - disbanded in Surry/Yadkin Co. and all the graves were moved from it) It gave me confirmation of number of children, boys and girls - I never knew of but one girl my Sarah "Sally" for sure and there seems to be a Prudence who married Gideon Woodruff the brother of Moses Woodruff Jr. who married my Sarah "Sally" both girls are listed as being born ca. 1770. George Phillips is Abner's son - must have been the oldest or close to it - I have never known the birth order. He had 6 sons so one other must have also been old enough to be off on his own by 1784-87.
>His sons (if you didn't see my earlier post on the phillips list) were Phillip, Richard, Micajah, Cornelius, George, and Ephriam. Since I posted my Phillips info I have since learned that Phillip Phillips, one of Abner's sons was married to Sussanah Spencer on 2 Feb 1809 with Abner Phillips as bondsman.
There seems to have been other Phillips around that were contemporaries of Abner in Surry Co. at that time - I am surprised that they did not show up in the census. There was definitely a John Phillips in the area.
> I have the following Surry Co. Marriage Bond information:
>Ezekiel Philips m. Betsey Brown 20 Dec 1808 bondsman Wm. Hudson
>Merrel Philips m. Eliza Stubblefield of Stokes Co. 16 Jan 1797 bm. John Purdom
>Solomon Phillips m. ? 11 May 1785 bm. Andrew Phillips
>Abraham Phillips m. Sarah Rideans (Ridings) 18 Feb. 1799 bm. John Phillips
>Orwell Philips m. Elizabeth Bolling 23 Nov 1816 bm. James Flynn
>Richard P. Woodruff m. Nancy Phillips 19 May 1831, bm. William Woodruff
>(this may be one of the 3 children born to my Sarah Phillips who first
>married Moses Woodruff Jr. who died in 1803 - I have been unable to find out what happened to those 3 children from her first marriage or what their names were - however in the same graveyard that Sarah and her father Abner were moved to there is a R.P.Woodruff b. Mar 9, 1804, d. Sept. 1, 1870 and wife Nancy b. Oct 12, 1812, d. June 12, 1899. Sarah may well have been pregnant when Moses died so this was probably child #3 of that marriage)
>Nancy Phillips m. Thomas Cummins 22 Feb. 1792, bm. Edmund Adams >
>William Hudson m. Polley Phillips 25 July 1807, bm. John Chapman
>Sarah Phillips m. Bartlett Creed 8 Jan 1787, bm. Joseph Phillips (this is not my Sarah but another apparently)
>John Phillips m. Rachel Hopson 20 Aug 1831, bm. Thomas Flinn
>Abner Phillips m. Nancy Cockerham 8 Jan 1866, bm. H. Cockerham
>Ezekiel Phillips m. Betsy Brown 20 Dec 1808, bm. William Hudson
>James Phillips m. Nancy Cox 2 Jan 1857 bm. Preston Phillips
>In the Surry Co. Deed Abstracts book there was reference to "the Phillips land" in 1794 being 1000 acres on Mitchel's River and Yadkin River
>Thanks for your postings - any chance you have come across a will abstract for Abner or any other Surry Co. Phillips? Keep that information coming - love it!!
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 1997 17:31:09 -0500
From: susan p colin<email@example.com >
Subject: N.E./midwest Phillips
Thanks to help from this list and a record-keeping great grandfather, I have a lot of Phillips information to share. I have more dates, places and spouses for these as well.
Gen. 8 Clarence Marshall Phillips, b. 1885 in Belleville, Il (siblings Thomas, Nellie Ethelind, Charles Hodge, Mary Mignonne and Ray; all born in Tenn. or Il.) son of
Gen 7 Charles Turner Torrey Phillips, b. l847 in Deleware Co., Ohio.
(his siblings were Alcie Victoria, Victor Emanuel, Sarah Sophia, and Mary Adelia--all born in Ohio) son of Gen. 6 Jeremiah Phillips, b. l816 in Leroy N.Y. (his siblings were Almira, Abraham, Alcie, Jesse, John, Sophia, Nelson, and Hugh; most born and died in N.Y.) son of Gen. 5 Jesse Phillips, b. 1774 in Weathersfield, Con. (siblings Ezekiel, John, Dinah, Jeremiah, Ann, Michael, Eliezer, Edward and Rachel. A half-brother was Elisha) son of
Gen 4. Jeremiah Phillips, b. 1730 in Smithfield, R.I.(siblings were Azariah, John, Deborah, Elizah, Anna, Michael, Sarah, Freelove and Mary) son of
Gen. 3. Michael Phillips, b. ca. 1692 d.. 1776 in R. I.(siblings were John, Jeremiah, Joshua, Samuel, Mary, Phebe, and Elizabeth) son of
Gen. 2. James Phillips, b. ca. 1665 d. Smithfield, R.I., 1746 (siblings were John, Wm., Richard Joseph and Alice) son of
Gen 1 Michael Phillips and Barbara (?) Michael born about 1625, died about 1685 in Rhode Island. Barbara married Edward Inman secondly.
Can anyone trace this line back farther? I'd love to find a clue to work on.
Susan Phillips Colin
Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997
From: NancyGoodman <Genny1@aol.com>
Subject: Re: PHILLIPS------MARYLAND > NC > TENN > ARKANSAS > CA
I just re-joined this list after being off for some weeks; I missed the above post of this Phillips family.
Can someone send it to me if they still have it?
My Phillips line:
Ezekiel I (or J) Phillips, born 1778 in MD in Robertson County, TN area by early 1800's; married Mary ____, who was born in NCin 1778.
They are on the 1850 census in Robertson County, TN. One son, my ancestor, Preston D. Phillips, born 1820 in Sumner County, TN.
Any help appreciated.
Nancy Phillips Goodman in TN
From: "Horace B. Peele" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Phillips Family discussion list" <PHILLIPS@rmgate.pop.indiana.edu>
Subject: Reuben Phillips, Please help
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 1996
For the discussion groups, I am looking for help on Reuben Phillips, his family below. He went to Nacogdoches texas in 1835.
I know that there are a lot of Phillips in the NACOgdoches Texas area, but I would like to get a line on the Reuben below who went ther in 1835. I would like to have the descendents.
Can you place a query?
Descendants of Ezekiel Phillips
1 Ezekiel Phillips b: Abt 1783
+Peggy Peelle b: Mar 31, 1783 Wayne Co, NC m: Abt 1812 d: Disowned by Mt Pleasant, Settled at Sandy Creek, IN
2 Rueben Phillips b: Abt 1814 d: Went to Nacogdoches, Texas in 1835
2 John Phillips b: Abt 1818
2 Luranah Phillips b: May 03, 1822 Richmond, IN d: Jan 03, 1915 Webster Cemetery, Dover, Wayne Co, IN
+John Peelle b: Oct 16, 1814 Guilford Co, NC m: Mar 08, 1854 d: Mar 13, 1891 Webster Cemetery, Dover, Wayne Co, INOrganizations: Skinflint of Wayne Co, IN
3 Jonathan Albert Peelle b: Abt 1855 d: Abt 1915Occupation: Banker, New Paris, Ohio
+[Ms] Bruce m: Abt 1880
4 Flora Peelle b: Abt 1882
+[Mr] Shute b: Abt 1876 m: Abt 1896
5 Sarah Shute b: Abt 1898
5 Luranah Shute b: Abt 1900
5 Norman Shute b: Abt 1902
4 Marie Peelle b: Abt 1885
4 Howard Peelle b: Abt 1895
3 Mary Peelle b: Abt 1857
+John Bruce b: Abt 1857 Wayne Co, IN m: Abt 1877
4 Luther Bruce b: Abt 1878
4 Florence Bruce b: Abt 1880
4 Nellie Bruce b: Abt 1882
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Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 21:56:36 -0400
From: "Skip" <email@example.com>
Subject: My Phillips
Am seeking info on William Phillips b.1798 VA
his parents and siblings...
William was born in VA and later followed family to belived Knox Co, KY..(near Barbourville) abt 1815.He either married in VA, KY or Sumner Co, TN sometime before 1821... Spouse unkn. He was in Sumner Co, TN by 1816 and is shown on the tax rolls from 1816 - 1822 and in the 1820 and 1830 census of Sumner Co. He later migrated Franklin Co, IL abt 1831 and then to Jefferson Co, IL abt 1851.
William Phillips b.1798 VA d. abt 1859 Jefferson Co, IL m. ..?? .. abt 1821-22 (most likley TN.) Children of Wm Phillips and 1st wife....
1. Jefferson Phillips b.1823 Sumner Co, TN *killed Battle of Shiloh CW m. Mary Beaty b. 1827 Limestone Co, AL
2. John H. Phillips b. 1824 Sumner Co, TN m. Sarah Matheny b.1830
3. Unkn Male b. c1825-1830 TN
4. Unkn Male b. c1825-1830 TN
5. Sarah Phillips b.1831 Sumner Co, TN
6. Joseph Phillips b. 1834 Franklin Co, ILL m. Rebecca Eliz. Phelps
7. Priscilla Phillips b.1836 Franklin Co, ILL
8. Arthula Jane Phillips b.1838 Franklin Co, ILL m. John Lance
Children of Wm Phillips and 2nd wife ....
Elizabeth M. (Elsy) Smith b. 1815 TN
9. Richard Phillips b.1840 Franklin Co, ILL
10. William Carroll Phillips b. 1841 Franklin Co, ILL m.1 Elizabeth Anderson m.2 Elizabeth Huffine
11. Francis Marion Phillips b.1842 Franklin Co, ILL
12. Mary C. Phillips b.1843 Franklin Co, ILL m. James Carlile
13. Lewis Phillips b.1845 Franklin Co, ILL
14. Nancy Ann Phillips b.1847 Franklin Co, ILL
15. Elijah S. Phillips b.1849 Franklin Co, ILL
16. James Knox Phillips b.1851 Franklin Co, ILL m. Martha Caroline Mays b.1854
*** Jefferson, Joseph and William Carroll Phillips all served the Civil War in the same unit Co-F 40th ILL INF.
IF you have any connection to this Phillips family..Please contact me.
Skip Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
I extracted the information given here in case it helps someone researching
Phillips...this is not my Phillips line; but maybe it will be of use to some
Page 72-73: Bible Records and Marriage Bonds, compiled by Jeannette Tillotson Acklen; originally published, 1933, reprinted 1992 by Genealogical Publishing Company for Clearfield Company, Baltimore, MD.
Joseph Philips was an early settler, emigrated in 1891
(Note: this date is obviously a typo, and probably should be 1791)
with his wife, Milbrey Horn, from Edgecomb County, N.C. to Davidson County, (TN)
and settled six miles north of Nashville. His ancestry for several generations, both paternal and maternal, were natives of Edgecomb Province under the Colonial government.
"Joseph Philips served as guide for the Continental forces and participated in the Battle of Kings Mountain. Mathew Philips, brother of Joseph Philips, commanded a regiment of troops and died preceeding the Battle of Kings Mountain, from an overdraught of water."
Joseph Philips served as Justice for Davidson County in 1796. Joseph Philips was born in Edgecomb County NC, Oct 31, 1763; died in Davidson County, TN May 22, 1832; married 1785, Milbrey Horn, born in Edgecomb County NC, Dec 4, 1764, daughter of Henry Horn, Jr., second husband of Sarah Battle, Hiliard, widow, died in Davidson Co TN Dec 19, 1851.
Mary "Polly" Phillips, born Sept 6, 1788 in NC, died in Davidson Co, TN, April 11, 1813, married April 29, 1804 as first wife of Jesse Wharton.
Sarah "Sallie" Philips, born in NC, Aug 1, 1788 (note: this maybe should be 1789?),
died in Davidson Co TN, Jan 19, 1859; married Feb 11, 1807, William Williams,born April 15, 1776, died March 6, 1862.
Rebecca Philips, born in NC April 16, 1790; died in infancy.
Martha Philips, born in Davidson County Dec 11, 1792; married Thomas Martin.
Charlotte Phillips, born Nov 25, 1795; drowned in Cumberland River July 23,1811.
Henry Horn Philips, born Sept 5, 1797; died Oct 4, 1816, unmarried.
Margaret "Peggy" Thomas Philips, born Sept 20, 1799, died ___, 1844; married, 1815, Josiah Fredrick Williams.
Joseph Hooper Philips, born Jan 2, 1803, died in infancy.
William Duncan Philips, born June 1804, died June 5, 1879; married, first,
1825, Susan B. Clark; died without issue, married second, 1828, Eliza Dwyer,born Aug 3, 1801, in Ireland; died Nov. 10, 1871.
The homestead of Joseph Philips, six miles north of Nashville, TN., was known as "Sugar Tree Grove." He and his family are buried in private burial ground on his home place.
They are not connected (that I know of) to my Ezekiel Phillips, born 1778 in MD and was in Robertson County by early 1800's; however, Ezekiel's son Preston D. Phillips, was born 1820 in Sumner County and was married in 1835 to Amanda Appleton in Davidson County TN...
I am still searching for more on Ezekiel's ancestry, and on Amanda Appleton.
Nancy Phillips Goodman in TN
Davidson Co. TN Will Book 2, page 85-89
Will of Philip Philips
filed, Nov 27 1797
Wife Susanna Philips
son John, son James, daughter Eleanor, son Joseph, daughter Elizabeth
daughter Mary, daughter Nancy, son William.
Sarah James an orphan child brought up by my wife's sister Elizabeth.
Written Feb. 3, 1797.
Andrus Hynes and Michael Campbell of Nelson Co., KY & Howell Tatum of Davidson Co., executors
Fri Nov 6 04:56:05 1998
I just found out that my ancestor was Samuel PHILLIPS and wife Nancy who
were early settlers of Davidson Co. Tenn. His son George Washington Phillips
was born in 1816 in Davidson Co. Tenn. George married Susan WRIGHT and had
three children (including my Samuel Wright Phillips). After Susan's death,
George married her sister Sophenia Wright and had several more children.
Does anyone know about "Old Samuel and wife Nancy" of Davidson Co. Tenn?
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