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Allen and Phllips - Walton Co.
Posted by: Anne Westbrook Date: March 11, 2002 at 17:54:59
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My ggg-grandfather, Jeremiah Allen (wife Susannah) was in Walton Co. in 1820 and -30; and in Coweta in 1840; finally in Campbell in 1850 and -60.

In 1851 his youngest son, Henry A. Allen married Sarah Phillips in Meriwether Co. Henry and Sarah and children lived in Coweta in 1860. Sarah was born circa 1833 in Georgia.

I am trying to find Sarah's parents. There was one Phillips (William) in Walton in 1820 and approximately six in each of the censuses for 1830, -40 and -50.

Is anyone researching these Walton Phillips families? Does anyone have a record of one of them having a daughter Sarah born c. 1833?

Also, does anyone know of relationships between the Walton Phillips and those who were in Newton Co. prior to 1834 when the will of James Phillips was probated. I believe most of James Phillips sons had left Newton prior to his death there.

In addition to looking for Sarah's parents, I am looking for the parents and/or siblings of John Phillips (b/ 1812 in NC; in Newton in 1830 and Fayette from 1839 until his death in 1868). John's wife was Louisa born in Ga., lived until 1884.

Has anyone made a study of the migrations from Walton to other Ga. counties?

I'd like to hear from anyone who has Phillips family information in these areas.

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