William Peverell

     William Peverell was born in Cambridgeshire.

Child of William Peverell

Elizabeth Pewtell

     Elizabeth Pewtell married Ronald Hotton on 18 July 1647 in St Phillip, Barbados.

Robert Jones Peyton

     Robert Jones Peyton married Catherine Handy, daughter of William Orme Handy and Mary Kingstone, on 3 October 1856 in Castlejordan, Meath & Offaly, Ireland. Robert Jones Peyton of full age, bachelor, of Park House, son of Chas John Payton, esq. to Catherine Handy, of full age, spinster, of Park House, daughter of Wm Orme Handy, esq. Signed Kate Handy & Robert Petyon in the presence of Alex K Handy & Ch. Richardson.

Major William Noel Pharazyn

(10 April 1894 - 11 June 1980)
     Major William Noel Pharazyn was born on 10 April 1894 in Wellington, New Zealand. He was the son of Maude Eleanor Kempthorne and her husband Charels Pharazyn, a sheepfarmer from a prominent Wellington business and farming family. His grandfather, Charles Johnson Pharazyn, and an uncle, Robert Pharazyn, were members of the Legislative Council.
He was a soldier, businessman, journalist, lecturer and trade unionist.
     Noel, as he was known, lived at Longwood estate, Wairarapa, until 1903, when his father died. The family then moved to Pendennis, a large house in Tinakori Road, Wellington, where seven staff, including a governess, were employed. While on a visit to London, Noel objected to the servants there calling him 'Master': even at this early age, he did not like class distinctions.
After attending Nelson College from 1908 to 1909, he went to Dulwich College, London, and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich.
Major William Noel Pharazyn served in the military in the Army between 1914 and 1920. He joined the Royal Field Artillery in August 1914 as a second lieutenant and was wounded during the battle of the Somme in July 1916. After spending three months in hospital he rejoined his battery as captain. He was promoted to acting major in May 1917 and awarded the Military Cross in November 1918.
     In 1920, as an officer of the regular British Army, he was sent to join the occupation forces in Constantinople (Istanbul).
Major William Noel Pharazyn married Lydia Helen Hughes Field, daughter of William Hughes Field and Isabel Jane Hodgkins, on 26 November 1919 in St Paul's Cathedral, Wellington, New Zealand. Noel Pharazyn married Lydia Helen Hughes Field, the daughter of W. H. Field, the Reform MP for Otaki, and his wife, Isabel Jane Hodgkins. There appear to have been no children of the marriage.
After his "investiture" at Buckingham Palace in March 1920 he served with the British forces in Turkey in 1920 while his wife stayed with her aunt in St Ives.
When the army establishment was reduced in 1923, he retired with a gratuity, and from then until 1928 was in business in Sydney and Melbourne. In 1930 he went to London, where he studied and wrote on economics. The following year he spent a month in the Soviet Union.
Noel Pharazyn returned to New Zealand in May 1932 at the depths of the depression, a committed left-wing intellectual and enthusiast for the Soviet Union. He went on lengthy speaking tours organised by the Friends of the Soviet Union (New Zealand Section), wrote regularly for its paper, Soviet News , and became a member of its national committee. Turning his attention to domestic politics, he and Lydia became members of the committee of the Workers' Defence Organisation. But his main interest was journalism. He was a regular political commentator for the independent left-wing weekly Tomorrow, which was established in July 1934.
     As a Marxist but not a communist, Pharazyn was trenchant in his criticisms of the New Zealand Labour Party's economic policy. He attacked monetary reform as a dangerous illusion and crossed swords with John A. Lee, the prominent Labour MP who accepted some social credit ideas. Despite these reservations, Pharazyn welcomed Labour's landslide election victory in 1935. He warned, however, that the next economic slump would cause a political crisis for Labour, and that the party's only hope of avoiding disaster was to educate the workers and farmers of the need for socialism and to encourage strong trade unions. Arguing that the unions must be 'real living organisations of the industrial workers', he attacked compulsory unionism, which was shortly to be introduced by the Labour government as part of its sweeping changes to industrial relations legislation.
The year 1936 was a turning point in Noel Pharazyn's life. He resigned from the Friends of the Soviet Union in protest at Joseph Stalin's show trials and executions of his political opponents. Soon he became a fierce critic of the Soviet Union, defending Leon Trotsky and denouncing the establishment of a new privileged class. Around this time the prominent union leader Fintan Patrick Walsh asked him to become secretary of the new Wellington Clerical Workers' Union.
     Labour's introduction of compulsory unionism gave the means to unionise large numbers of clerical workers. Walsh was quick to seize this opportunity and Pharazyn became his loyal lieutenant. Their association in the trade union movement was to last for nearly 25 years.
     The clerical unions were formed in the teeth of opposition from employers, and Pharazyn was in the thick of this battle. After his election as secretary of the New Zealand Federated Clerical and Office Staff Employees' Association in 1937, he became the union's main spokesperson. He was its advocate in award negotiations and Arbitration Court hearings. He defended the union in debates in the press, at the founding conference of the second New Zealand Federation of Labour that year, and at turbulent union meetings attended by hundreds of members in Auckland and Christchurch in 1938 and Wellington in 1941. Between 1936 and 1941, Pharazyn was also secretary of the New Zealand Journalists' Association. By 1938 the clerical unions were established on a viable basis, compulsory unionism ensuring a large and compliant membership.
     Early that year Noel Pharazyn broke his association with Tomorrow after an editorial was published defending the Moscow trials. He became increasingly strident in his anti-communism, particularly after the outbreak of the Second World War. Walsh and Pharazyn were prominent in defending the policies of the government and the Federation of Labour. For example, they supported Lee's expulsion from the Labour Party and strongly opposed communists being in the trade unions.
     Pharazyn was called up for military service in March 1940 and was appointed New Zealand military attaché in Washington with the rank of lieutenant colonel in 1941, serving there for four years. After the war he resumed his involvement in the union movement, though in a back-room role. He resigned as secretary of the Wellington, Taranaki and Marlborough Clerical Workers' Union in 1948 but remained an executive member and delegate to FOL conferences. He spent much time assisting Walsh in researching general wage order and other Arbitration Court cases; in a sense Pharazyn and the other clerical union executive members were Walsh's private secretariat. In 1960 Walsh was defeated as clerical union president following a bitter campaign. Shortly afterwards, his supporters, including Pharazyn, resigned from the executive. This ended Pharazyn's union and political involvement,
Noel Pharazyn's contemporaries thought he was very much under Walsh's thumb; their association made him a controversial figure in the union movement. His enemies, such as Lee and the Communist Party of New Zealand, denounced him as a fellow traveller, card-vote magnate and Trotskyist. Others considered him an enigma. His wealth, military background, manner, clothes and high-pitched upper-class English-sounding voice made him 'the last person you would have thought interested in unions'. Yet Noel Pharazyn played a central role in establishing the clerical union and was important behind the scenes as a supporter and friend of Walsh, the most powerful union leader of this era.
     William died on 11 June 1980 in Wellington, NZ, aged 86.

Efa ferch Philip Ddu

     Efa ferch Philip Ddu was the daughter of Philip Ddu ap Hywel (?).
Efa ferch Philip Ddu married Madog ap Rhirid Flaidd, son of Rhirid Flaidd Lord of Comot of Penllyn and Gwenllian f Ednyfed (?).

Child of Efa ferch Philip Ddu and Madog ap Rhirid Flaidd

George Philips

     George Philips married Mary Dinah Hannaford, daughter of Arthur Ruby Hannaford and Ann Briggs, on 1 February 1933 in Canada.

Hannah Maria Phillip

( - December 1870)
     The marriage of Hannah Maria Phillip and Frederick Sheppard Grimwade, son of William Grimwade and Elizabeth Sheppard, was registered in Islington RD, Middlesex, in the September 1857 quarter.
     Hannah's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1870 in Bakewell RD, Derbyshire.

Ada Isabella Elizabeth Phillips

(1 August 1858 - )
     Ada Isabella Elizabeth Phillips was born on 1 August 1858 in Stonehenge, Williams River, co. Durham, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle.
Ada Isabella Elizabeth Phillips married John Vaughan Wilson in 1882 in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales.

Children of Ada Isabella Elizabeth Phillips and John Vaughan Wilson

Alfred Nugent Phillips

(21 September 1851 - 3 February 1892)
     Alfred Nugent Phillips was born on 21 September 1851 in Mid Lorn, West Maitland (Middlehope), New South Wales. He was the son of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle. Alfred Nugent Phillips was christened on 13 November 1851 in Paterson, New South Wales.
Alfred Nugent Phillips married Caroline Swinden in 1883 in New South Wales.
     Alfred died on 3 February 1892 in Millie, co. Jamieson, New South Wales, aged 40.

Alfred William Phillips

(27 March 1824 - 23 April 1902)
     Alfred William Phillips was born on 27 March 1824 in Paterson, New South Wales. He was the son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard. Alfred William Phillips was christened on 13 September 1826 in Christ Church, Newcastle. Henry, Jane, William, Francis, Isabella, Alfred, Samuel and Charles were recorded as the children of James Phillips in the on 15 November 1828 census in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales.
     Alfred and Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips were educated at the Normal Institution, Sydney. An undated letter addressed to Master F Phillips, Normal Institution: My dear Frank, I send you by D...y a pr. of black cloth trowsers; and if I hear a favorable account of you I will send a basket of oranges for you and Alfred by the Patterson. Also a basket for Isabella; I hope by this you understand the way of the school and are making the best of your time; I request that Alfred and you will get a letter ready to put into the box I shall send by Brown to Miss Jones for Janes and my dress; I have written her by post lest a vessel should go ere I have her things ready to say you will all send her a letter this time. My love to Alfred, Your anxious & affectionate mother wishes to hear often from you, in haste, L Phillips.
     A form of secular education under government patronage began in 1835 in the so-called "Normal Institution" whose original building still forms part of Sydney Grammar School in College St, Hyde Park. William Cape, 28 year old son of a failed banker was selected as first headmaster. His general curriculum included writing, arithmetic, maths, classics & book keeping. Special classes were conducted in modern & oriental languages, painting, drawing, dancing, gymnastics, fencing & military drill. For advanced students there were courses in jurisprudence and political economy. Fees ranged from c.£2 - £12 a term. .
     Normal Schools were also teacher training colleges.
     Alfred was a tobacco manufacturer between 1846 and 1851. His tobacco factory at Paterson was mentioned in the Maitland Mercury 6 Oct 1848. On 27 June 1849, he was robbed at his tobacco factory at Bona Vista.
The Maitland mercury of 17 & 22 Nov 1851 advertised A W Phillips, Bona Vista Tobacco Patch Gresford, tobacco twisters wanted.
Alfred William Phillips married Elizabeth Maria Doyle on 4 April 1850 in St Mary's, West Maitland, New South Wales.
In 1853 "Eliz without a servant- Alfred will have to procure one while in Sydney" (Lydia B/Phillips to Edward A Phillips).
In 1854 he was a magistrate, and leased a cottage in Prince St Paterson; advertised "splendid fast sailing ketch "Pegasus" for sale".
In 1857 he was appointed a JP. Alfred was a grazier. Alfred was described as a living child of Lydia Ballard on 24 November 1864.
     Alfred resided at Stonehenge, Williams River, co. Durham, New South Wales, August 1867.
     Alfred resided at Kilcoy, Hexham, New South Wales, Australia, from 1871 to 1897. He witnessed Lydia Frances Phillips's burial on 30 October 1878 in St Paul's churchyard, Paterson. The body of Mrs R Bowker conveyed to Newcastle from Sydney per steamer to Maitland. Dr Bowker, his two sons, Messrs Dangar, Lewis and the Rev Hungerford accompanied the body which was afterwards taken to Morpeth in the steamer. Messrs C F Stokes, P Flemming, R Flemming, J Creer, T Brooks and J Hill of this city went to Morpeth, whence the body was taken by hearse to East Maitland and then onto Paterson via Pitnacree. Several residents of the district joined in the procession at Morpeth as did also R B Wallace and John Wood of this city. During yesterday flags were displayed at half mast by most of the vessels in the port, etc.
     Alfred resided at Kilcoy, Hexham, 1892.
     Alfred died on 23 April 1902 in Wyrilla, near Millie, New South Wales, aged 78. He was buried on 24 April 1902 in Wyrilla.

Children of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle

Allen W Phillips

(1901 - )
     Allen W Phillips was born in 1901 in Moree, New South Wales. He was the son of Walter James Phillips and Gertrude L Ford.

Arnold Phillips

     Arnold Phillips was the son of George Phillips and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.

Austin Phillips

     Austin Phillips was the son of George Phillips and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.

Bernice Phillips

     Bernice Phillips was born in Canada. No record in Ontario between 1869 & 1907. She was the daughter of Charles Robert Phillips and Caroline Beatrice Ruby.

Bruce Brisbane Phillips

(23 December 1896 - 1972)
     Bruce Brisbane Phillips was born on 23 December 1896 in Brisbane area, Queensland. He was the son of Frederick Louis Phillips and Elizabeth Josephine Bushe.
Bruce Brisbane Phillips married Dulcie Feather on 19 September 1923 in Toowong, Queensland. They had 4 children - see http://www.learnsource.com.au/getperson.php?personID=I2225&tree=tree1.
     Bruce died in 1972 in Brisbane area, Queensland.

Catherine Phillips

( - 13 March 1762)
     Catherine Phillips was born in Jamaica.
Catherine Phillips married Matthew Wallen, son of Edward Wallen and Mary Armstrong, on 10 November 1748 in Kingston, Surrey, Jamaica.
     Catherine died on 13 March 1762 in St Andrew parish, Jamaica.

Children of Catherine Phillips and Matthew Wallen

Charles Clarence Phillips

(16 November 1901 - 5 February 1993)
     Charles was an architect.
He was stepfather to Jeanette Minter according to a 1980 Women's Weekly article on her house which he designed. He was born on 16 November 1901 in Townsville, Queensland. He was the son of Clarence Irvine Phillips and Sarah Jane Hawker (Verge).
Charles Clarence Phillips married Aimee Martha Cecilia Cooper (Pitt) on 23 December 1939 in St John's, Darlinghurst, New South Wales.
Charles Clarence Phillips married Esther Isabel Gertrude Tait (Boundy) on 3 October 1962 in St Mark's, Darling Point, New South Wales.
     Charles resided at 118 Wolseley Rd, Point Piper.
     Charles died on 5 February 1993 in 166 Hopetoun Ave, Vaucluse, New South Wales, aged 91. He was cremated on 10 February 1993 after a service at St Marks, Darling Point in the Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Chatswood.

Charles John Phillips

(12 November 1828 - )
     Charles John Phillips was born on 12 November 1828 in Paterson, New South Wales. He was the son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard. Henry, Jane, William, Francis, Isabella, Alfred, Samuel and Charles were recorded as the children of James Phillips in the on 15 November 1828 census in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales. Charles John Phillips was christened on 1 January 1829 in Christ Church, Newcastle.
     Charles died. He was not mentioned on his mothers death certificate as alive or dead in 1864, no record of his death to 1869 NSW registers. A C J Phillips was mentioned at Kilcoy in the Newcastle Morning Herald 27 April 1895. A Charles Phillips, Millers Forest, was reported as injured by his horse in the Maitland Mercury, 2 May 1865.

Charles Malbon Phillips

(22 February 1880 - 8 March 1883)
     Charles Malbon Phillips was born on 22 February 1880 in Queensland. He was the son of Clarence Alfred Phillips and Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles.
     Charles died on 8 March 1883 in Queensland aged 3.

Charles Robert Phillips

(23 May 1864 - )
     Charles Robert Phillips was born on 23 May 1864 in Hamilton, Ontario.
Charles Robert Phillips married Caroline Beatrice Ruby, daughter of Henry Sarjent Ruby and Sarah Ann Walling, on 18 November 1896 in the Methodist church, Victoria Harbour, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada.
     Charles Robert Phillips was listed in the 1901 census in Meaford, Grey District, Ontario. Charles Phillips, born 23/29 May 1864, Ontario, aged 36, English, Canadian, Methodist, bookkekeper; his wife Caroline B, born 18 March 1866, Engand, aged 35, arrived 1872 and children Mina B aged 3, born 2 Sep 1897 and Ruby E aged 2 born 11 April 1899.

Children of Charles Robert Phillips and Caroline Beatrice Ruby

Charles Windeyer Phillips

(7 May 1847 - 25 December 1909)
     Charles Windeyer Phillips was born on 7 May 1847 in Clarence River, New South Wales. He was the son of Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Susanna Gordon Windeyer. Charles Windeyer Phillips was christened in December 1847 in Clarence River.
     Charles died on 25 December 1909 in Cobar, New South Wales, aged 62.

Chichester Phillips

(1612 - 1656)
     Chichester Phillips was born in 1612.
Chichester Phillips married Susanna Warner, daughter of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton, on 26 February 1647 in St Gregory by St Paul, London.
     Chichester died in 1656.
     Chichester Phillips and Henry Sarjent Ruby travelled to Canada in 1911. He and Mabel arrived on 21 July at Quebec from Liverpool on board the "Teutonic."

Child of Chichester Phillips and Susanna Warner

Capt Chichester Phillips

(19 March 1647 - 1728)
     Capt Chichester Phillips was christened on 19 March 1647 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of Chichester Phillips and Susanna Warner.
Capt Chichester Phillips married Sarah Handcock, daughter of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley, on 17 August 1685?. They had several children.      
Capt Chichester Phillips was MP for Askeaton, of Drumcondra Castle for Ireland.
     Capt Chichester Phillips was mentioned in the will of William Handcock dated 20 June 1705.
     Chichester died in 1728.

Child of Capt Chichester Phillips and Sarah Handcock

Clarence Alfred Phillips

(11 March 1851 - 24 November 1884)
     Clarence Alfred Phillips was born on 11 March 1851 in Ulster Lodge, Grafton, New South Wales. He was the son of Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Susanna Gordon Windeyer. Clarence Alfred Phillips was christened on 20 April 1851 in Clarence River, New South Wales.
     Clarence Alfred Phillips was mentioned in the will of Lydia Ballard dated 5 August 1858.
Clarence Alfred Phillips married Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles on 22 August 1874 in Queensland.
     Clarence died on 24 November 1884 in Queensland aged 33.

Children of Clarence Alfred Phillips and Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles

Clarence Alfred Phillips

(26 March 1876 - )
     Clarence Alfred Phillips was born on 26 March 1876 in Queensland. He was the son of Clarence Alfred Phillips and Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles.

Clarence Irvine Phillips

(16 July 1872 - 12 August 1950)
     Clarence Irvine Phillips was born on 16 July 1872 in Kilcoy, Hexham, New South Wales. Clarence Irving, at Raymond Terrace according to the NSW birth index. He was the son of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle. Clarence Irvine Phillips was christened on 7 October 1872 in Raymond Terrace.
Clarence Irvine Phillips married Sarah Jane Hawker (Verge) on 23 February 1901 in St James, Townsville, Queensland.
     His will was proved in 1950 at New South Wales.
     Clarence died on 12 August 1950 in Randwick, New South Wales, aged 78. He was buried on 14 August 1950 in Waverley cemetery, Bronte.

Children of Clarence Irvine Phillips and Sarah Jane Hawker (Verge)

Cyril Alfred Phillips

(1 December 1893 - 1922)
     Cyril Alfred Phillips was born on 1 December 1893 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Frederick Louis Phillips and Elizabeth Josephine Bushe.
     Cyril died in 1922 in Queensland. The Wood/O'Neill family tree on www.learnsource gives his death 6 Nov 1916 at the Military Hospital, Fargo, England, but the Qld BDM records give 1922 with the right parents, but the registration is prefixed with F whiich probably means foreign and is a 'catch up' registration. He was buried at Durrington Cemetery, Wiltshire and servied in th 9th Australian Field Artillery Brigade as a Bombadier.

Daisy Frances Phillips

(1880 - )
     Daisy Frances Phillips was born in 1880 in Paterson, New South Wales. She may have married Ernest G Charge in 1913 in the St Leonard's district. She was the daughter of Francis Henry Phillips and Isabella Hare.

Edward Augustus Phillips

(14 November 1833 - 9 February 1904)
     Edward Augustus Phillips was born on 14 November 1833 in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales. He was the son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard. Edward Augustus Phillips was christened on 1 January 1834 in Christ Church, Newcastle.
     Edward Augustus Phillips received a letter from Lydia Ballard dated 29 August 1853. 1853 Aug 29, Bona Vista - My dear Edward, I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 21st 2 days ago and feel thankful to providence that you are in health and spirits and have our very lively hopes from what you communicate that you will ultimately succeed in your arduous undertaking. William had a letter from Mr Medcalfe last week wishing to try his luck with him again at Dungog should the report of gold being found there prove correct. I hear 20 persons have left this neighbourhood to prospect there. I received a letter from Lydia the day I got yours which I enclose for your perusal. I have written her to return soon, as I expect Hannah will be married when time is up, which will be next week. I fear we shall not get one to suit us so well, I engaged a man and his wife but they quarrelled so dreadfully I was obliged to send her away. She is now with Mrs Stoddart, the man I don't approve and shall discharge at the end of his month. Eliza Parker is with Elizabeth who is without a servant. Alfred will endeavour to procure one while in Sydney. I have just had a letter from him, he names having had a pleasant run of 12 hours from Newcastle, he was surprised on sailing into the harbour to see all the ships dressed out with flags; it appeared the foundation stone of the Sydney Exchange was laid that day. Two ships of emigrants went in with them; both went into quarantine having measles on board. Elizabeth & Eliza dined with me today, they desire their love to you, both of them have very severe coughs again, indeed most people are suffering more or less. Mrs Cory had part of a letter from you to them. The Blacksmiths place and tools were destroyed by the fire at Gostwyck, happening in the night and Mr Cory being from home, the females were as you may imagine, much alarmed. I am and family are well. I seldom hear from Frank. Did he ever get the things you left at the Sonisan? William going on much as usual. Mr C Stoddart is going this week to see if any thing can be done at Dungog. He will stay at Browns. It is gratifying to hear, that horrid vice, drunkeness is being checked. I do hope you take advantage of every opportunity of attending Divine Worship. Let me urge on you my dear Edward to do so. This world, with all these petty and evanescent interests which now so engross and agitate, will soon pass away. Its pleasure wholly engage us, or its crosses and cares make us miserable. It would not be so if we felt that we had a portion above and beyond the world. We would think less of amusements or the inconveniences of the road if we looked more to the end of it. Do write oftener, it is a great source of pleasure to me to get a letter from you. John & Dolly always send their love to you when they see Lydia or I writing to you. They both wrote their Papa last week and got very pretty answers yesterday of which they are not a little proud. I will say no more now or shall tire your patience. Heaven guard you dear boy! and believe me ever, Your affectionate mother, Lydia Phillips.. Edward was a grazier.
     In Lydia Ballard's will dated 5 August 1858 in Paterson, New South Wales, Edward Augustus Phillips was named as heir.
Edward Augustus Phillips married Ellen Besnard on 14 June 1860 in Kangiaroo, Yass, New South Wales. Or 7th!. Edward was described as a living child of Lydia Ballard on 24 November 1864. Edward Augustus Phillips witnessed Lydia Ballard's burial on 25 November 1864 in St Paul's, Paterson.
On 14 April 1867 Edward Augustus Phillips sold property in 'Bona Vista', Paterson. Conveyance (to defeat ... estates tail) from Edward Augustus Phillips to R R S Bowker of Lots 30 & 31. (Registered Book 126. no. 554). Consideration £500. June 6 - issued title for vol. 46 fol.99 for lots 22, 24 & 26 of the Bona Vista Estate.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. — A few days ago Mr Phillips, son-in-law to Mr. N. R. Besnard, J.P, of Kangiaroo, near Yass, met with a serious accident while out shooting. The particulars as to how
the misfortunes occurred are not fully known, but the result was that the gun he carried was accidently discharged, the shot carrying off the unfortunate man's left hand. Dr. Campbell has
attended on the sufferer, and had to amputate the remaining portion of the arm below the elbow.
We are glad to learn that Mr. Philips is progressing favourably under the doctor's care
     Administration of the estate of Walter Ballard Phillips was granted to Edward Augustus Phillips, on 30 April 1885 in New South Wales Estate & effects of Walter Ballard Phillips late of Marengo, conditional purchaser deceased was granted to Edward Augustus Phillps, the father of the deceased intestate. Estate under £341.
     Edward died on 9 February 1904 in Young, New South Wales, aged 70. He was buried on 10 February 1904 in Church of England, Young.

Children of Edward Augustus Phillips and Ellen Besnard

Edward Stanley Phillips

(23 June 1866 - 23 June 1945)
     Edward Stanley Phillips was commonly known as Stanley. He was born on 23 June 1866 in Government Rd, Horseshoe Bend, Port Maitland, New South Wales. He was the son of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle. Edward Stanley Phillips was christened on 26 August 1866 in St Paul's, South Maitland, New South Wales.
     Edward resided at Thalaba, Millie, New South Wales, 1897.
Edward Stanley Phillips married Elizabeth Maude (Bessie) Holmes on 19 April 1897 in Oakendale, Clarence Town, New South Wales, Australia. He was of Thalaba, Millie, son of Alfred Phillips late of Kilcoy, Hexham at his marriage to Bessie Maud Holmes, daughter of W H Holmes of Oakendale, Clarence Town.
     Edward died on 23 June 1945 in Toowoomba, Queensland, aged 79.

Child of Edward Stanley Phillips and Elizabeth Maude (Bessie) Holmes