We are receiving information that the first known
Phillips may be Walter Philips of Mossgrove, Templemartin, Kinalmeaky,
co. Cork who married a d/o John McCormac Mor WELPLY and Elizabeth MINHEER
Red indicates outstanding problems
|Ukn PHILLIPS [c.1745-
first of the known Phillips; married ?? WELPLY c.1770; probably in county Cork, Ireland. The assumption is that the Phillips's may have arrived c.1620 in Bandon and then moved to the Ballineen area. This Welply may be of the Rushfield Welply's of co. Cork, Ireland.
afa Whelply, Whelpley, Whelply
[c.1772-1852] m. Eliza HAYES [c.1784-1859]
Charles, s/o the Phillips / Whelpey marriage; bc.1772; married Eliza Hayes c. 1803; Griffith's Valuation c.1851 shows him at Ballineen occupying a small house, office and garden of 12 perch and paying £2.10d; died in Ballymoney Parish, county Cork at the age of 80; buried 17 Mar, 1852 in St. Paul's Cemetery, Ballineen, county Cork, Ireland.
Eliza, maybe the d/o Barter and Eliza Hayes; bc.1784; may have been raised in Kinneigh Parish; married Charles Phillips, c.1803; died in Ballymoney Parish at the age of 75; buried 23 Dec, 1859; buried in St. Paul's Cemetery, Ballineen, county Cork, Ireland.
Griffiths Valuation 1851/2 - Charles, Ballineen
Ballymoney Parish Records - 17 Mar, 1852 - Charles Philips, aged 80 years, of Ballineen, interred
Ballymoney Parish Records - 23 Dec, 1859 - Eliza Philips, aged 75, of Enniskeane, interred
Catherine, d/o Charles Phillips and Eliza Hayes; parish burial records show that this Catherine was the d/o Charles Phillips. She may have been born prior to the start of the records, 1805. Another daughter, Catherine Jane was named after her.
SOURCES: Ballymoney Parish Records - 28 Dec, 1810 - Catherine, d/o Charles Philips buried
|11||William Hayes PHILLIPS
Anne PEYTON [1808-1880]
William; s/o Charles Phillips and Eliza Hayes; bap. 10 Mar, 1805 in Ballymoney Parish; schoolmaster near Enniskean (Enniskeen / Enniskeane), Co., Cork, Ireland; acquired a farm in Coppeen East between 1847 and 1852 where his school was located; married in 1834; letter dated 1852 to his son, Wm Peyton Phillips, shows his deep religious feelings and devotion to England; in 1868, he was clerk of the Church Education Society; after school teaching he became the Assistant Registrar for the union of Bandon and by 1882 at the age of 77 he was the Registrar; buried, 17 July, 1885, in St. Paul's Cemetery, Ballineen, Ballymoney Parish, co. Cork, Ireland.
Anne; d/o Francis and Arabella Peyton; baptized on 14 Dec, 1808 in Ballymoney; married William Hayes Phillips c.1833; buried: Ballymoney Parish, 19 Aug, 1880
|12||William Peyton PHILLIPS
[1835-1875] m1.1855 Elizabeth DOHERTY [1833-1869] m2.1871
Margaret ROSS [c.1834-1906]
|13||Elizabeth (Lilly) PHILLIPS
[1856-1931] m.1882 Charles
Judge MITCHELL [1851-1912]
Elizabeth; d/o William Phillips & Elizabeth Doherty; married Charles Mitchell on 11 Oct, 1882 at Kingston, Ont; died 1931; interred Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston with Charles;
Charles; s/o Charles Thomas Mitchell & Alice Elizabeth Judge; born c.1851 in London, Eng; married first, Jane Randal Mile at Kingston; married second, Elizabeth Phillips; died 12 Aug, 1912; interred Cataraqui Cemetery (sec 'L'), Kingston.
SOURCES: Marriage Rec: 2874-76 Charles Judge MITCHELL, 25, merchants clerk, England, Kingston, s/o Charles Thomas MITCHELL & Alice Elizabeth JUDGE, married Jane Randal Mile (Milo?), 22, Kingston, same, d/o Francis C. MILE & Mary Ann McCREA, witn: John R. ROBINSON & James GALLOWAY, both of Kingston, 4 Oct 1876 at Kingston Marriage Rec: Lillian Phillips; born Kingston; ae 25; d/o Wm P Phillips and Elizabeth Phillips; Charles Judge Mitchell; bon London, Eng; ae 32; s/o Charles Thomas Mitchell and Alice Elizabeth Mitchell; married 11 Oct, 1882 in Kingston Burial - Charles - Cataraqui Vol V, 1912-1921
NOTES: Entry: NCM11v/128 Author: Mitchell, Charles Judge Year: 1906 Title: Mitchell's self-testing safety code Place: Toronto Pub: Mitchell Self-testing Safety Code co., 8 Colborne Street, Toronto, Canada Desc: 15 x 23.5 cm. Lang: In English. Note: T.p. continues: ``... A new and scientific system for the transmission of messages by telegraph or cable, so arranged that one word may convey several meanings, such as article, quality, price, quantity, terms, etc., thus saving to user 50 and oft-times 75\% of the ordinary charges. Entered according to act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1905 by Charles Judge Mitchell, at the Department of Agriculture. Patented in Canada 9th day of January, 1906, No. 96,936. Patented in United States of America March 1906. Patent applied for serial No. 22,263 England.'' Loc: NCM
|13||William Charles PHILLIPS
[1858-1925] m.1888 Eleanor (Ella) Louise McMILLAN [c.1864-1940]
William, s/o William Peyton Phillips & Elizabeth Doherty born 28 Feb, 1858, at Kingston; joined Cobban Mfg. Co., 1879; married 28 Jun, 1888 at Oshawa; vice-president, 1893; remained with Phillips Mfg. Co. Ltd. until 1919; returned to Kingston; died 22 Oct, 1925; interred Union Cemetery, Oshawa.
Ella; d/o Thomas H. McMillan & Louise Jane McBrien; died 17 Jul, 1940
Helen; d/o William Phillips & Ella McMillan; born , 25 Oct, 1889; d. 10 Jul, 1890
|14||William Eric PHILLIPS
Eileen McLAUGHLIN [1898-1959] m2. Doris (SMITH) GIBSON
William, s/o William Cahrles Phillips & Eleanor McMillan; born at Toronto on 3 Jan., 1873; attended UCC (Upper Canada College); received his Ba.Sc. from the University of Toronto in 1914; served with the British Army during WWI and achieved the rank of Lt. Col. at the age of 23; received the DSO and the Military Cross; wounded by machine gun in 1918; served in Poland until 1920; in 1920 worked with his father; later at Oshawa he operated a glass manufacturing business, which later became W. E. Phillips Ltd.; headed the Research Enterprises Ltd., under C.D. Howe during WWII; after the war he associated with E. P. Taylor in the founding of the Argus Corp.; headed the Ontario Hurricane Hazel Relief Fund; Chairman of Massey Harris and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the University of Toronto; first married Eileen McLaughlin, 20Nov, 1918 in Hamilton, Ont; married second Doris Gibson; died at Palm Beach, Florida on 26 Dec., 1964; interred St. John's Church Cemetery, North York (Toronto);
Mary; d/o Robert Samuel McLaughlin & Adelaide Louise Mowbray (see McLaughlin family)
Doris, born Smith; first married Col. John Adair Gibson
|15||Derek McLaughlin PHILLIPS
Derek; s/o William Phillips & Mary McLaughlin; b. 2 Jun, 1920; d. 4 Feb, 2001
|15||Diana Eileen PHILLIPS
[c1922-2010] mc. 1946 Philip Berney JACKSON [1917-2011
Diana; d/o William Phillips & Mary McLaughlin; b. 19 Jul, 1922; died 13 Jan, 2010; interred Mt. Pleasant Cem, Toronto
Philip; s/o C. Blake & Ethel Jackson; b. 20 Dec, 1917; died 1 Aug, 2011, Toronto, Ont; interred Mt. Pleasant Cem, Toronto
|15||Michael PHILLIPS [1925-1998]
m. Theresa Anne McDONOUGH [1927-2010]
Michael, s/o William Eric Phillips and Eileen McLaughlin; b. 23 Dec, 1925; married, c. 1952, Theresa Anne McDonough; died 29 Mar., 1998; interred Mt. Pleasant Cem, Toronto
Theresa; d/o Joseph & Theresa McDonough; b. 1 Jan, 1927; d.11 Nov, 2010; interred Mt. Pleasant Cem, Toronto
1 issue d. 2010f
|15|| Nadine Adair PHILLIPS
Nadine, d/o John Adair Gibson &Doris Smith; born at Toronto; in 1944 & 1945 she placed 3rd in the Canadian National Figure Skating Championships (Barbara Ann Scott - 1st), in 1947 she was second to Marilyn Ruth Take; one of her father's converted Fairmile motor launches was named after Nadine; died 24 Feb, 1947 at Toronto; interred St. John's Church Cemetery, North York (Toronto); (her gravestone has the dates: 1927-1946);
|15||Timothy Adair PHILLIPS
[c.1929-2004] m.1966 Helen
Gertrude LOCKWOOD [c.1933-2004]
Timothy, s/o John Adair Gibson &Doris Smith; married Jun, 1966
|15|| C. poss. d. 2006
|14||Allan MacWilliam PHILLIPS
Allan; s/o William Phillips & Ella McMillan; born Toronto, 9 Jan, 1898
|13||Sarah Jane PHILLIPS
William John BAJUS [c.1855- ]
Sarah; d/o William Phillips & Elizabeth Doherty; married 3 Sep, 1878 at Kingston; d. 11 Nov, 1926 in Vancouver, BC.
William; s/o Jacob Bajus & Mary Moore; (Bajus family were the owners of the Kingston Brewery established, 1794; purchased by Bajus, 1861); d. 29 Aug, 1928 in Robert's Creek, BC
|13||Francis Richard PHILLIPS
[1861-1924] m.1890 Ida F. SPANGENBERG [1868-1931] (afa
Francis, s/o William Peyton Phillips & Elizabeth Doherty; born 19 Sep, 1861, probably at Kingston; a Commercial Traveler and operated at the time of marriage from Montreal; married, ae:29, on 1 Jan, 1890 in St. George's Cathedral, Kingston; 1892-93 he was listed as a Commercial. Traveler and was at 676 Sherbrooke St, Montreal; in 1924 he lived at 142 Johnston St, Kingston; died 8 Oct, 1924; interred Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston
Edie; d/o George Spangenberg & Elizabeth (Annie) Chestnut (d/o Samuel Chestnut of Kingston -established a Kingston jewellery store); born 16 Jan, 1868, Kingston; died 31 Jan, 1931, Kingston.
Notes: one meaning of a Commercial Traveler is one who travels to obtain political contributions.
|14||Jennie S. PHILLIPS
[1891-1937] m.1919 Sidney Shiels KIRBY [1890-1932]
Jennie; d/o Francis Phillips & Edie Spangenberg; born 23 Dec, 1891; married St. George's Cathedral, Kingston, 9 Apr, 1919; lived in Kingston, Toronto & Ottawa; died 7 Oct, 1937; interred Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa, Ont,
Sidney; s/o Thomas Sidney Kirby and Mary Francis Shiels; born 20 Nov, 1890 at Minneapolis, Minn; family moved to Ottawa c.1892; graduate of McGill University; a Civil Engineer; Lieutenant, 38th Battalion, CEF (Canadian Expeditionary Force); served in Canada, Bermuda, England & France; Employed by Toronto Transit Commission at Toronto; interred Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa, Ont
|13||Minetta (Kate) PHILLIPS
[1864-1924] m.1898 Edward Daniel HOLDEN [c.1849-
Minnetta, d/o William Peyton Phillips and Elizabeth Doherty; married at ae.33, 5 Feb, 1898 at Kingston (217 Bagot St.);
Edward, s/o Daniel Holden and Roxanne Haynes; born c. 1849; Edward at marriage was from Concord, NH, USA, a woolen manufacturer and was a widower
|14||Lousie HOLDEN [1901-1970]|
|13||Harriet Louise PHILLIPS
[1866-1951] mc.1908 Robert S. MOWAT [1859- ]
Harriet; d/o William Peyton Phillips & Elizabeth Doherty; b 20 Jan, 1866; a carpenter of Kingston in 1883; married 18 Dec, 1883 in Kingston; lived in Victoria, B.C. in 1901;
Robert; s/o George & Jane Mowat; b. 21 Aug, 1859 in Scotland; immigrated 1880; a Grocer in Victoria, B. C., 1901
|14||Lillian Mitchell MOWAT
Lillian, d/o Harriet Louise Phillips & Robert Mowat; born 21 Feb, 1885 at Kingston; married George Godard on 16 Oct, 1909 at Victoria, B. C.; prepared Phillips Family Tree-Kingston, 1953; died 4 Sep, 1972; buried in Phillips Plot, Cataraqui, Kingston, Ont.
George, s/o Alured John (Alex) Godard & Ethel A. ???; born 13 Apr, 1886 in Ontario; married first, Lillian Mowat and second Frances Kathleen Cory, c.1921; interred Rest Haven Memorial Gardens, Scarborough, Ontario.
|14||Hugh Phillips MOWAT
Hugh; s/o Harriet Phillips & Robert Mowat (??nee Fraser); b. 17 Apr, 1888;
|14||Barbara Isobel MOWAT [1891-
] m. Walter BEST [1888-1971]
Barbara; d/o Harriet Phillips & Robert Mowat; b. 22 Dec, 1891;
Walter; s/o of James & Margaret Best; b. 1 Oct, 1888; d. 8 Dec, 1971 of Haney and West Vancouver, BC
|14||Helen Joyce MOWAT [1896-
] m. Morley SHIER / SHEIR
Helen; d/o Harriet Phillips & Robert Mowat; b. 7 Dec, 1896
Morley; poss: s/o Robert & Agnes Shier; b. 13 Nov, 1887, Victoria, BC
|12||Eliza PHILLIPS [1836-1853]
Eliza, d/o William Hayes and Anne Peyton; born 2 Jun, 1836; she is referenced in the letter or 1852 as working at a dressmaking shop; died Sep, 1853
|12||Annie Arabella PHILLIPS
Abraham Haynes MALONE, Capt. [1845-1930] rm2 Mary SWAN [1867-1930
Annie, d/o William Hayes and Anne Peyton; born 1 Jun, 1838; arrived Kingston 1864; married Capt. Abraham Malone, Oct., 1868; died 17 May, 1896; buried Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston;
Abraham, 2nd s/o George Webster Malone & Dora Haynes ((George married second Sarah Doherty); born 16 May, 1812, Kinsale, co. Cork, Ireland; of Wolfe and Garden Island, Ontario; brother to Martha Emily Malone (see below); see obituary for his many Captaincies, one of which is pictured below; Abraham married second, Mary Swan [1867-1930] aft..1901 at Kingston; lived his retirement years at Barriefield, Ont.; died 2 Mar, 1930; buried Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston;
|12||Francis Richard PHILLIPS
Francis; s/o William Hayes Phillips & Anne Peyton; received into church, 30 Aug, 1840
|12||Catherine Jane PHILLIPS
Catherine, d/o William Hayes and Anne Peyton; remained in Ireland; married Joe Fuller; their daughter Kate married Bob Howe.
Joseph, (poss. s/o Joseph & Catherine Fuller, born 24 May, 1838); of Prospect Cottage, Ireland; died about 1923
For further FULLER - BENNETT family see: FULLER - BENNETT County Cork - Ireland
|13|| Catherine (Kate) Anne FULLER [1870-
>Jul, 1929] m.1903 Robert (Bob) HOWE [c.1862-1922]
Catherine; d/o Joseph and Catherine Fuller; b. 26 Jun, 1870, Murragh, Cork; married Kinneigh Church, 3 Nov,1903;
Robert; s/o Benjamin Howe, Esq; of Prospect Cottage; Bob Howe was shot and died at his door, 27 Apr, 1922.
|14||?? HOWE [.1903- <1911
|12||Rebecca Harriett PHILLIPS
[1845-1921] m.1870 Samuel ANGLIN [1842-1920]
Rebecca, d/o William Hayes and Anne Peyton; born at Ballineen, Cork, Ireland, 22 Feb, 1845; known as 'Hallie'; married, 1 Sep, 1870 at Kingston; wit: Capt. Edward Fidlar, Kate Anglin; died at Kingston, 4 Jan., 1921; accounted for early Welsh-Irish history;
Samuel, s/o Robert and Sarah Anglin; a lumber merchant;
|12||Francis John PHILLIPS
Annie BACON [1852-1917]
Francis, s/o William Hayes Phillips and Anne Peyton; born in Kinneigh parish, co. Cork, Ireland; born 16 Jun; baptized on 25 Jul, 1847 (grave has born 1848); according to the 1901 census, he immigrated in 1856 and settled first at Kingston; arrived at Toronto in 1864; employed by John McGee, Iron Founder, later E&C Gurney; 20 Aug, 1872 married Annie Bacon, d/o John Bacon & Harriet Roberts; partnership with John Bacon, Annie's father, purchased Hurd Leigh Co., a crockery and china business; name changed to Bacon & Phillips and operated at 72 Yonge St., Toronto; John Bacon retired in 1876 and a new partnership formed with C.E. Thorne operated as Phillips Thorne & Co., importers of fine china; this company operated from 23 Front St. E., Toronto; in 1878 the partnership dissolved and Francis became manager of C. G. Cobban Co. and in 1880 the name was changed to Cobban Manufacturing Company, glass manufacture, located at 102 Front. St.; in 1885 Cobban was situate at 47-61 Hayter St.; in 1893 Francis became president; the company, now a manufacturer of picture frames & plate glass, moved in 1901 to Lake St.; during the 1904 fire in Toronto it was reported that Francis and a worker 'ran from wood pile to wood pile with a garden hose to keep the timber free of the fire'; in 1905 the name was changed to Phillips Manufacturing Co. Ltd. and in 1908 moved to 258 Carlaw Ave., Toronto; Francis and Annie raised 6 girls and 2 boys; homes were at 21 Grosvenor and in 1889 at 63 Queens Park (seen below); vacation property was a 10 acre island known as Wistowe Island on Lake Rosseau in the Muskoka Lakes, Ontario; the cottage has been maintained in original condition and there is a lot of original furniture; Francis died at Battle Creek, Michigan, USA on 11 Apr, 1910; interred, Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Sec "L", Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [note: after Annie's death in 1917, their daughter Beatrice and her husband Lawren Harris moved in and about 1924 sold the home. Later the University of Toronto took over the grounds and the home was torn down.
Annie; d/o John Bacon & Charlotte Gowan; born 19 Feb. in Toronto; died Dec, 1917; interred, Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Sec "L", Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|13||Lillian Annie PHILLIPS
William Hargraft GOODERHAM
Lillian, d/o Francis J. Phillips & Annie Bacon; born at Toronto, 25 May, 1873; married 7 Jun, 1899; died 21 Jul, 1947;
William, s/o George Gooderham & Ella Hargraft; born 7 Nov, 1875; a Broker at marriage; died 20 May, 1929;
|13||Harriet Eleanor PHILLIPS
[1875-1946] m.1908 George Theodore IRVING [1869-1929]
Harriet, d/o Francis J. Phillips & Annie Bacon; born 14 Mar, 1875 in Toronto; married George 25 Nov, 1908; died 1946;.
George; s/o William Irving & Mary Sheard; born in 1869; operated the Irving Umbrella Company, Toronto.
|14||Mary Frances IRVING [1911-
] mc.1933 Percival Boomer MYLES [1910- ]
Frances, d/o Harriet Phillips & George Irving; born at Toronto, 1911;
Percival, s/o Frederick Percival Myles & Helen Boomer
*Frederick P. Myles was the son of Margaret Worts & Robert
Myles - Margaret Worts leads back to the Gooderham family)
|13|| Heber Bacon PHILLIPS [1877-1932]
m.1915 Kathleen Jessie NESBITT [1885-1965]
Heber, s/o Francis J. Phillips & Annie Bacon; born 26 Oct, in Toronto; worked for the family business, Phillips Toronto Ltd; married 8 Jun, 1915; lived at 35 Roxborough St. Toronto; died 14 Aug, 1932 in Toronto
Kathleen; d/o Edward W. Nesbitt & Mary Elizabeth Ross; b. 5 Nov, 1885 in Woodstock, Oxford, Ont.;
Both interred Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto.
I have seen various middle initials for Heber B=Bacon; M=Mitchell
|14||Barbara May PHILLIPS [1918-1977] m. Douglas COUSINS [1917-1953]|
|14||Joyce Kathleen PHILLIPS
[1920-2003] m. Gerald KEELEY [1918-1984]
Joyce, d/o Heber Phillips and Kathleen Nesbitt; born 1920; educated at Branksome Hall, Toronto; a passionate golfer and skier; women's champion for 10 years at her golf club; contributed articles for the Toronto Star and Gossip media of Toronto; married 1948; died 30 Dec, 2003; interred in St. James, Cemetery, Toronto
Gerald, born 1918; siblings where Charles (1912-20020, Emily, Norah and Marion; died 1984;
|13||Florence Mitchell PHILLIPS
[1881-1951] m. Dwight Joseph TURNER [1875-1935]
Florence, d/o Francis J. Phillips & Annie Bacon; born Toronto 12 Apr., 1880; attended The Model School and Bishop Strachan; married Dwight J. Turner 23 Jan., 1907 at the Church of the Redeemer (see Turner); lived at 106 Madison Ave., 179 Balmoral Ave.; c. 1919 Florence, Dwight and son Stephen moved to Detroit, Mich., USA; separating from Dwight, Florence and Stephen returned to Toronto; Florence then lived at 126 Heath St., 46 Oriole Rd. and 60 Oriole Gardens; died 18 Jun., 1951; buried in Phillips plot, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Sec. "L", Toronto.
|14||They had 3 children; see TURNER family|
|13||Charlotte Louise PHILLIPS
[1883-1941] m. Walter WRIGHT, Dr. [1883-1967]
Charlotte, d/o Francis J. Phillips & Annie Bacon; born 18 Jul, in Toronto;
|14||Frances Anne WRIGHT [1912-1977] m. William GUNN [1913-1984]|
|14||Robert (Harp) Phillips
WRIGHT [1921-2007] and Mary Grace ROLPH [1926-2014]
Robert; s/o Charlotte Phillips & Walter Wright; born 18 Apr, 1921; employed by IBM; died Toronto, 5 Mar, 2007;
Grace; d/o Grenville & Margaret Rolp; b. 21 May, 1926; d. 30 Dec, 2014.
Personal visits; Obit
|13||Beatrice Helen (Trix)
PHILLIPS [1885-1962] m.1910
Lawren HARRIS [1885-1970]
Beatrice, d/o Francis J. Phillips & Annie Bacon; born at Toronto 14 Feb., 1885; married Lawren Harris, 20 Jan, 1910; 1911, together they had 3 children; living at 176 Balmoral with Lawren Jr & Howard Harris; divorced from Lawren; died Toronto, 23 Nov., 1962; buried in Phillip's plot, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Sec "L", Toronto.
Lawren, the s/o Thomas Morgan Harris & Annie Stewart; born 23 October 1885 at Brantford, Ontario; painter and member of the Group of Seven; re-married Bess Housser in Sep., 1934; died, 29 Jan, 1970, at Vancouver
|13||William Francis (Frank)
(Bill) PHILLIPS [1887-1939] m. Lucille Lois BUNTIN [1893-1961]
William, s/o Francis J. Phillips & Annie Bacon; born 21 Mar, 1921 in Toronto; manufacturer; married 9 Sep, 1920 in Toronto;
Lucille; d/o Alexander Buntin & Annie Denoon;
Pauline Louise PHILLIPS [1921-2002]
m. Robin G. HOARE [1909-1979]
Pauline, d/o William Phillips & Lucille Buntin; born 1921; died 29 July, 2002 in England;
|14||Alixe PHILLIPS [1924-2010) m.1948 Thomas
Archibald LILLICO [1924-2005]
Alixe; d/o William Phillips & Lucile Buntin; b.18 Apr, 1924, Toronto; d. 29 Dec, 2010
|14||William Michael PHILLIPS [1926-1950]
m.1950 Dosse BALLANTYNE
William, s/o William Phillips & Lucille Buntin; born 11 May, 1926 at Toronto; enlisted and attended the Royal Navel College at Victoria, B. C.; graduated as a Midshipman; assigned to Australia and then at Hong Kong; transferred to Air Arm with a great desire to fly; received Wings at London, Ont.; married 6 Jul, 1950 at Toronto; transferred to the UK for advanced training; killed during training on 13 Sep, 1950 near Lossiemouth, Scotland
|14||James Anthony (Tony) PHILLIPS
[1934-1974] m.1957 Judy SIEVERT]
James, s/o William Phillips & Lucille Buntin; born at Toronto, 20 Jun, 1934; married Jul, 1957 in Brazil; died 6 Jun, 1974;
Judy, of Montreal; her parents where in Brazil at the time of her wedding; after James's death, Judy remarried, ?? INNES
|12||Frances Susan PHILLIPS
Frances, d/o William Hayes Phillips and Anne Peyton; born 22 Apr, 1851; she was present and a witness to he parents deaths in 1880 and 1885; she must have immigrated to Canada between 1885-1901; died 16 Dec, 1908 in Montreal; interred Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston, Ont.
** everything, except Kinneigh, shows her born 1852
|12||Charles Richard PHILLIPS
Martha Emily MALONE [1860-1944]
Charles, s/o William Hayes Phillips & Anne Peyton; arrived Toronto from Enniskean, co. Cork, Ireland in 1878; employed by Rolph Smith & Co. at Montreal; married 26 Sept, 1888 in St. George's Cathedral, Kingston; c.1892 manager at C.R. Phillips;
Martha, d/o George Webster Malone & Mary Haynes (formerly of co. Cork, Ireland) of Wolfe Island; younger sister to Abraham Malone (above) born 1860; bap-. 5 May, 1861;
Both Charles and Martha are buried in Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston (Ref KG-039-5).
|13||Dorothy PHILLIPS [1889-
] m.1916 Charles Clarence RANCE [1892- ]
Dorothy, d/o Charles Richard Phillips & Martha Emily Malone; born 1889 in Montreal, Que; married 1 Jun, 1916, Charles Rance of Clinton, Ontario, Canada. in Kingston, Ont.;
Charles; s/o Charles Rance & Jeanette Fair Jackson of Clinton, Ont; b.17 Jul, 1892; born in Kenora, Ont;
|14||Charles Phillips RANCE, Dr.
[1918-2000] m.1950 B J K
Charles; s/o Dorothy Phillips & Charles Rance; born Toronto 1918; a graduate of U.T.S. and the U. of T. Medical School; during WWII, a medical officer for the S.D. & G. Highlanders; after the war, continued medical career as a paediatrician to many North Toronto families; in 1965, set up the Nephrology Division of the Hospital for Sick Children which he directed until his retirement; also teaching as a full professor of Paediatrics at the U. of T.; camped at Camp Ahmek, where he spent every summer, first as a camper, then as a counsellor; he loved Algonquin Park which he visited throughout his life; an enthusiastic curler, golfer and skier (member of Thornhill Country Club and Caledon Ski Club); a lifelong active member of St. Clement's Anglican Parish.
|13||Douglas PHILLIPS [c.1890-dy] buried in Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston|
|11||Thomas PHILLIPS [1808-1810]
Thomas, s/o of Charles Phillips and Eliza Hayes; bap. 19 Jun, 1808 in Ballymoney Parish; buried: Ballymoney Parish, 22 May, 1810
|11||Jane PHILLIPS [1810-1894]
Jane, d/o Charles Phillips and Eliza Hayes; bap. 22Oct 1810 in Ballymoney Parish; may have lived at Skibbereen; buried: Ballymoney Parish, 19 Dec, 1894.
a record (Aus letter) shows a Jane Phillips marring a Richard Reynolds, 1 May, 1823 but no mention of this 'Uncle Richard' being mentioned it the Letter of 1852;
Notes: 1823, Ballymoney, a
Jane Phillips married by Banns to Richard Reynolds - can not believe it to
be this Jane but then who's Jane???? There was in Ballymoney Parish
records (1806) a son Charles of Samuel baptized - do not know anything about
this Samuel Philips and family
|11||John PHILLIPS [1813-
John, son of Charles Phillips and Eliza Hayes; bap. 5 Sep, 1813 in Ballymoney Parish; his life is unknown and it is suspected that he died earlier than 1852 as he is not mentioned in the letter of 1852.
|11||Catherine Jane PHILLIPS
Catherine, daughter of Charles Phillips and Eliza Hayes; bap. 7th Apr, 1816 in Ballymoney Parish; may have lived at Skibbereen; buried Ballymoney Parish, 5 July, 1887.
|11||Barter PHILLIPS [1819-
] may have changed his name to Bartholomew in Canada
Barter, son of Charles Phillips and Eliza Hayes; bap. 5 Sep, 1819 in Ballymoney Parish; said to be the first of the family to come to Kingston, Ont., Canada;
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