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The two (2) Andrew Jackson Phillippi men Facts
Posted by: Joe Cameron Date: January 10, 2002 at 13:03:54
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To all Phillippi researchers - you need to update your records pertaining to Andrew Jackson Phillippi, of Wythe County, VA. THERE WERE TWO - at least.

Andrew Jackson Phillippi, the father of Charles Louis (Deacon) Phillippi, was the son of John & Magdalene (Wisely) Phillippi, and this Andrew married Margaret Hackler, daughter of Peter. This family moved to Carroll County, VA, then to OK, and later some or all of the family moved to SD.

THE OTHER Andrew Jackson Phillippi, was a son of Joseph & Sarah (King) Phillippi. This Andrew married D.A. Hall, and this family lived and died in Wythe County, VA. This Andrew was dead by July 2, 1902, because this is the date his estate was appraised. In December, 1903, a Commissioner, at the request of Andrew's wife, D. A., settled the lands of Andrew, assigning plots to each child.

The estate is recorded in Will Book # 18, page 101. The Commissioner's report is in Deed Book 50, page 69. It would appear to me that this information, taken from official court records should be enough to settle the confussion about the Andrew Jackson Phillippi men in Wythe County, VA.


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