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The Phipps tree

by Asher Leon Young
Young, Asher Leon (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Nashville, Tennessee : A.L. Young, 1983-1989
2 v. (iii, 316, 332 p.) : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

Notes

Bibliography at end of each chapter.

Contents: v. 1. The Phipps tree -- v. 2. The Phipps tree II : a supplement to the Phipps tree.

Vol. 1 has occasional interspersed manuscript additions and corrections; v. 2 contains many additions and corrections to specific pages in v. 1.

Joshua Phipps (1764/1766-1857), the father of Peter Phipps, married twice and moved from Virginia to Kentucky and then to Randolph County, Missouri. Peter Phipps (ca.1790-1873/1874) married Nancy Davenport in Wayne County, Kentucky, and moved for a few years in the 1820s/1830s to Fentress County, Tennessee, later returning to Wayne County, Kentucky. Descendants and relatives also lived in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes indexes.

Includes Adkins, Ball, Bell, Burke, Butler, Davenport, Elliott, Gregory, Parmley, Smith, Winchester and related families.

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