PHILLIPS- GREENE CO. N.C.
- This site is designed with the PHILLIPS family researcher in mind. The goal is to share
- information and prove the individual PHILLIPS lines. This site will grow and change as
- we receive input from you. If you would like to contribute primary source documentation,
- querys, or personal theories to this site, please send information (and permission to post)
- to Martha Marble .
My Greene County file was lost when my pc crashed a couple of years ago. There is some Greene Co information scattered throughout the family files.
- From Roger Kammerer and used with his permission.
- Roger's Records - NC STAR - 29 Sept 1826 - Joseph Williams and Martha Hooker vs
- Heirs of Law of Gabriel and Olief Phillips dec, Greene Co - Aug Term 1826 -
- Henry H. Phillips, William Phillips, Joseph I. Phillips, Kinchen Phillips, Smith
- Phillips, Wiley Phillips heirs at law of Gabriel and Olief Phillips dec.
- I have received a query on this family some months ago
- From: "mickey r. phillips"
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- Subject: Phillips Family
- Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 12:06:49 -0600
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- Good Morning, my name is Mickey Phillips and I live in Holly Pond, Alabama. I
- understand that you are the expert on Phillips' who migrated from Lenoir Co.,
- NC and the surrounding area. I am stonewalled at Henry Kinchen Phillips.
- Henry's family came to Elbert County, Ga prior to the spring of 1827. Henry stated
- on all census records in Georgia that he was born in NC. I just don't know
- where. Before I bore you to tears but give you enough info, I found an inferior
- court record for the spring term of 1827 stating Henry K. and James Phillips
- sons of William Phillips (deceased) choose Thomas Haynes as legal guardian. He
- had to post a $1,000 bond and a Wiley Phillips witnessed it. Do you know
- anything about a William Phillips that may have migrated to the Elbert/Hart/Franklin
- area of Georgia. William's wife must have already been dead prior to or
- immediately after the migration. William was not in the 1820 Elbert Census, I saw a
- William Phillips listed in the Lenoir 1820 census who was not there in the 1830
- census. I believe that William could have been a relative of a J. Thomas
- Phillips of your area. I'm sorry for taking up so much of your time but any help
- you could give would be greatly appreciated.
- May God Bless and Keep You,
- Mickey Phillips
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