Author Topic: 1851/1861 Census Gallager/Phillips  (Read 3796 times)

Offline heywood

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Re: 1851/1861 Census Gallager/Phillips
« Reply #36 on: Tuesday 16 February 16 23:13 GMT (UK) »
Daisynook,
1861 has two John and Ann Phillips

One John is born Manchester; the other is born Bristol, Somerset.
Rosie gives the reference in post # 11

It still looks complicated but jersey51 - welcome  ;) will help us.

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Re: 1851/1861 Census Gallager/Phillips
« Reply #37 on: Thursday 16 May 19 13:32 BST (UK) »
I wonder if Jersey51 is still around?  I'm still trying to follow up on John Phillips Fuller or Fuller Phillips married to Ann McGill.
My great-grandmother was Jemima Phillips, daughter of the above.  I wonder if you have any evidence of the name Fuller - believed to be John's mothers name?
McMullen, Gleave, Kelly, Scholes, Mather, Phillips, Lock

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