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Re: PHILBRICK? or PHILBROOK?
Posted by: Jack W. Ralph Date: February 20, 2000 at 17:16:46
In Reply to: Re: PHILBRICK? or PHILBROOK? by sheila hunter of 218

I am not the formost authority on the PHILBRICK/PHILBROOK surname, but I have researched it for many years. I have never heard this story, and doubt it is true. It is believed that all PHILBRICKS and PHILBROOKS in America are descended from a single man, Thomas Fylbrigg of England, who came to America about 1635, accompanied by his wife, three sons, and five daughters. All three sons married girls of English descent.

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http://Jack.Ralph.org/fylbrigg/


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