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Looking for history and descendents of, and information about, Henry PHILLIPS baptised at Hungerford on 14th August 1803, the son of a John PHILLIPS, a shoemaker, and Ann RACK. He was an agricultural labourer and married Martha DIXON at Shalbourne on 13 December 1832.

Henry and Martha had at least four children: Henry John (1834), Charles (1835), James (1838) and Francis (1841). I am descended from James and his first wife Jane BARNES (born at Chilton Foliat in 1839).

Martha was buried at Shalbourne on 17th June 1844 and Henry remarried on 19th October 1846. His second wife was Elizabeth DEACON and they apparently had some 13 children. I believe Henry died in 1874.

Does anyone recognise any of these people pls?

Post Revised: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Shalbourne, Wiltshire / Berkshire


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