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Throckmorton and Philips Families

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17 Dec 2010 11:47 #119 by Mamie
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William Throckmorton was married to Eliza, his wife, April 17, 1781.
My daughter Mary Ken(ner) Throckmorton was born January 20, 1789.
My daughter Eliza Read Throckmorton was born August 27, 1790, and died October 7, 179—.
My daughter Ann Whiten Throckmorton was born October 27, 1794.
My daughter Frances Whiten Throckmorton was born December 18, 1797.
Robert Read Throckmorton was born July 3, 1808.
R. R. Throckmorton was married to Eliza A. Nottingham December 31, 1829; he at his marriage was 21 years, five months and 26 days old; she was 17 years and 29 days old.
Mary Elizabeth Throckmorton, daughter of R. R. and Ann Eliza Throckmorton was born December 24, 1834.
R. R. Throckmorton was married to Mrs. Jane Moreland October 23, 1851.
Ann E. Throckmorton departed this life Decr 27, 1850.
Amanda M. Throckmorton was born Oct. 3, 1852.
Robert Read Throckmorton was born Oct. 17, 1854.
Lewis E. Moreland was born October 28, 1859.

Aaron Philips * was born October 11th, 1702.
Aaron Philips was married to Eliza, his wife, Feb. 9,1741.
Son John Philips was born Nov. 9, 1741.
* Aaron Philips lived in Crab Neck, York county.

Daughter Mary Philips was born May 16, 1743.
Son William Philips was born July 31st, 1751.
Daughter Ann Philips was born Nov. 11, 1753.
Daughter Eliza Philips was born April 27, 1755.
Daughter Mary Philips, now Mary Robinson, died April 7,
1755, about 7 o'clock A. M.
Mrs. Eliza Philips died Feb. 28,1789.
Ann Throckmorton born Decr 5, 176—.

Source: William and Mary College Quarterly Magazine, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA., Volume XIII, 1905; Pgs. 66-67

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