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Hugh Phillips : some of his descendants including allied families of Bolin, Blewer (Bluer), Reidheimer, Salley, Schuler (Shuler) and Winningham

by Nancy Caroline Phillips Hughes
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
  • Columbia, South Carolina : N.C.P. Hughes, 1995
  • Hemingway, South Carolina : Three Rivers Historical Society (SC),
47, 5 leaves

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Cover title: Hugh Phillips : his descendants - with allied families: Bolin, Blewer, Reidheimer, Salley, Schuler, Winningham.

Bibliography: leaf 35.

Hugh Phillips (1759-1842) was born in Kendall, Westmoreland, England, and died in Springfield, Orangeburg, South Carolina. He was a shoemaker by trade. He came to New York in 1773. In 1794 he married Mary Bolin (1773-1840), daughter of Edward Bolin and Nancy Ann Elizabeth Salley. She was born in Orangeburg Co., S.C. They were parents to eleven children. Descendants live in South Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Bolin, Gleaton, Reidheimer, Salley, Schuler, Winningham and allied families.

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