× This is where you can share your Family Group discoveries. Post questions for your fellow Group participants or share brand new information. <strong>Start a new thread for each Family Group.</strong> If it becomes too long, start a new one.

Family Group 11

  • bobphillips
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • New Member
  • New Member
04 Oct 2009 17:52 #38 by bobphillips
Family Group 11 was created by bobphillips
Of the listings of EKA (earliest known ancestor) for members of Group 11, the earliest is Michael Phillips and Barbara Pierce, England to Rhode Island, 1600's. I have found reference to Michael Phillips as a son of John Phillips and Mary Street, who also died in New England. Further, I have found reference at on line data bases, World Connect Project and Familysearch.org, suggesting that John Phillips had another wife, Mary Gerrard, by whom there was a son, Henry Phillips born 1629, and migrated from England to Henrico, Virginia. While I do not trust the reliability of all the entries to these data bases, it does appear possible that this would account for the northern and southern branches of our Family Group. Yes, some of the entries are just mind bending. Any thoughts on this logic?

I am still searching for "missing links" between your lineages and mine.

Please Log in to join the conversation.

12 Oct 2009 18:26 #39 by NancyKiser
Replied by NancyKiser on topic Family Group 11
Hi, Bob,

You are right to not trust the info you find in those internet files. I have researched this particular Henry Phillips and I don't believe he ever lived in Virginia. I have not found any references to him in the records of Virginia.

Here is some info about him that I found at this link: www.conovergenealogy.com/...p/p168.htm

Henry Phillips was the son of John Phillips and Mary Ruth Gerrard. Henry Phillips was born on 19-Jan-1630/31 at Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. He married Mary Dwight, daughter of John Dwight and Abigail Mann, on 24-Jun-1653 at Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Henry Phillips died on 17-Apr-1701 at age 70.

Of course, this info could also be wrong but at least it supplies some exact dates and places that could be researched to either confirm or disprove it.

Nancy Kiser

Please Log in to join the conversation.

Moderators: vapsmithNancyKiserMamie
Time to create page: 0.160 seconds