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Re: Philippi's of IL, Louisiana, PA
Posted by: Carylee Ham Date: March 30, 1999 at 09:36:31
In Reply to: Re: Philippi's of IL, Louisiana, PA by James N. Taylor of 156

Have a copy of the Times Picayune death notice of Caesar which gives a story about Caesar's brother and an attempted fraticide of the King of Prussia for which the older brother was imprissioned and afor which the family finally migrated tothe US. I was interested because of the same family name, both located inNew Orleans. Also a fried of Caesar's older brother Goren who was also involved in the attempted fraticide was one of the founding members of St. Matthes Church on Carrollton Ave. in New Orleans. My great grandfather Peter was also a found member. Have not been able to make any connection between the 2 families yet but am in possession of other Facts tha seem to be in common with both families.

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