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Family Bible Records of Elijah Phillips of Monroe and Meriwether Counties, Georgia (Owned by Mrs. T.C. Pierson, Newman, Ga.).
Elijah Phillips, b. 1780.
Tilitha Walker Phillips, b. 1789.
Elcy Phillips, b. June 4, 1807.
Joel White Phillips, b. Oct. 30, 1808.
Elizabeth Phillips, b. Nov. 5, 1810.
Haden Phillips, b. April 18, 1812.
Caroline Phillips, b. Jan. 29, 1814 (died young).
Martha Phillips, b. May 18, 1816.
James Henry Phillips, b. March 27, 1818.
Frances Amanda Phillips, b. May 6, 1822
Zachariah Phillips, b. March 8 or 11, 1824.
Tilothy Jane Phillips, b. Nov. 25, 1825
Caroline Phillips, b. May 29, 1828
Elijah Phillips and Tilitha Walker, mar. September 29, 1805, by John Armer.
Elcy Phillips, mar. Dr. James Spratling Phillips, May 26, 1824.
Joel White Phillips, mar. Barsherby Phillips, Oct., 1830.
Martha Phillips, mar. John Jefferson English, Sept. 1, 1832
Haden Phillips, mar. Louisa Blueford Hopson,
Haden Phillips, mar. Sarah Ann Rosser, Nov. 14, 1844.
Mary Spratling Phillips, mar. John C. Phillips
Frances Amanda Phillips, mar. James W. Hopkins
Tilothy Jane Phillips, d. 1845
Caroline Phillips, d. 1848
Elijah Phillips, d. June 25, 1851
Elcy Phillips, d. April 26, 1852
Tilotha W. Phillips, d. Nov. 2, 1862
Haden Phillips, d. Sept. 16, 1868
Elijah Phillips was son of Joel Phillips and his wife, Elizabeth. They came from NC to Ga., and died in Wilkes Co. Joel Phillips was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Tilitha Walker Phillips, was the dau. of Sylvanus Walker and wfe. Alice. They were from Lunenburg Co. Va. where Sylvanus Walker was a Capt. in the Rev. He died in Monroe Co. Ga.
Source: Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Volume 100, Issues 1-10, by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1966; Pgs. 129-131