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Charles K. Phillips 1914-2004

From: http://www.easttexashistorical.org/v3/membership/resolutions/phillips.htm Captain Charles K. Phillips A RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF CAPTAIN CHARLES K. PHILLIPS WHEREAS Captain Charles K. Phillips, U.S.N. (ret.), born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on December 18, 1914, who departed this life in Nacogdoches, Texas, on April 16, 2004, … Continue reading

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Phillipses in the Revolutionary War

The DAR Genealogical Review lists 222 Phillipses in The Revolutionary War (http://services.dar.org/public/dar_research/search_adb/default.cfm). Of course, Phillips is a rather common name, but not as common as Jones or Smith are today. There are about a dozen paternal lines that emigrated to … Continue reading

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Frank R. Phillips 1876-1942

https://dcms.lds.org/view/action/ieViewer.do?dps_pid=IE57629&dps_dvs=1363829836736~446&dps_pid=IE57629&change_lng=en ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PENNSYLVANIA BIOGRAPHY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ALFRED DECKER KEATOR, LITT. D. Directory /State Library and Museum VOLUME XXVI LEWIS HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. Inc. NEW YORK 1948, p. 28 Frank R. Phillips 1876-1942 PHILLIPS, Frank Reith, Business Leader. The ancestry of Frank … Continue reading

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William Phillips 1731-1781

From the City of Petersburg, VA website– Major General William Phillips British Royal Artillery (1731-1781) Somewhere in the outer northeast angle of old Blandford Church, in Petersburg, Virginia, lays the hidden body of Major General William Phillips, a British officer … Continue reading

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Henry F. Phillips 1890-1958

From the Phillips DNA Project— Featured Family Stories Henry F. Phillips and the Phillips Screwdriver Complied by Nancy Kiser Henry F. Phillips (1890–1958) was a U.S. businessman from Portland, Oregon, but he was born and raised in Polk County, Missouri. The … Continue reading

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Thomas W. Phillips 1835-1912

From Genealogical and Personal History of Western Pennsylvania, Volume 3, John Woolf Jordan, Lewis historical Publishing Company, 1915, pp. 1624-1638. Thomas W. Phillips, son of Ephraim and Ann (Newton) Phillips, was born in Lawrence county, Pennsylvania, February 23, 1835, died … Continue reading

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Frank and L.E. Phillips

Written by ENTREPRENEURS, as reprinted in The Des Moines Register— Frank and L.E. Phillips struck it rich– not from Iowa’s cornfields, but from the oil fields of Oklahoma. Entrepreneurs– The brothers worked well together as business partners, with Frank’s business … Continue reading

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Samuel Phillips 1750-1802

Samuel Phillips (2nd) was a founder of the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. Together with his uncle, John, and his father, Samuel, he also helped found Phillips Exeter Academy,  and Andover Theological Seminary. Here is his story from Phillips Genealogies; Including … Continue reading

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Richard Stockton 1630-1707

from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Stockton_(Continental_Congressman) Richard Stockton(1) (October 1, 1730 – February 28, 1781) was an American lawyer, jurist, legislator, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Early life A son of John Stockton, one of the founders of the College of New Jersey at Princeton … Continue reading

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Samuel Phillips 1715-1790

Samuel Phillips was the primary founder of the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. Together with his brother, John, and his son, Samuel, he also helped found Phillips Exeter Academy,  and Andover Theological Seminary. Here is his story from Phillips Genealogies; Including … Continue reading

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