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Re: Thomas Phillpot of Granville Co. NC Circa late-1700's
Posted by: Diane Stefane (ID *****7836) Date: February 09, 2008 at 11:37:16
In Reply to: Thomas Phillpot of Granville Co. NC Circa late-1700's by Bryan McRaven of 919


I hope this message gets to you, I see that the post is quite old. I believe we share the same Plilpot. However, I think the Mary "Polly" you are looking at may have been Thomas' sister, not his daughter. He did have a daughter Mary, known as Polly, b. 1802 or 1803 in Buncombe County NC, and removed to Clay County KY with her parents, where she died in 1857. Thomas is said to have a sister Mary "Polly" b. c. 1768. I have no details about her.

I am trying to trace Thoams Philpot back from Clay County KY, where he appeared in 1805. He is supposed to have come from North Carolina, where he might have been born c. 1760-1762. His father is supposed to be John Philpot, b. Kent, Eng. c.1740, of Laurens County SC, d. Charleston SC. His mother was Mollie Wood or Woods. If you are still researching this family, I would like to share information with you. Ther is a lot of information on line about the family, but I believe it is confused. I think John, father of my Thomas, was probably the original immigrant ancestor, although he is linked to Charles and Edward Philpot of Charles County Maryland. Charles' son is not our John Philpot. I look forward to hearing from you.


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