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Re: Phillip Michael b 1798 VA m Elizabeth
Posted by: Juanita Arnold Date: January 02, 2000 at 22:33:34
In Reply to: Re: Phillip Michael b 1798 VA m Elizabeth by L Jabbour of 1586

Phillip Michael who married Mary Evans shows up in the 1820 census in Dearborn Co., Indiana as one male, Phillip, age 26 to 45, one son under 10, 2 sons 10-16, (equals 3 sons)
1 female age, Mary, 26 to 45, one age 45 and up, three daughters under 10, 1 daughter 10 to 16, two daughters 16 to 26, (equals six daughters)

Phillip Michael who married Mary Evans was born in 1779 according to the census and not in 1798. I think someone got their Phillips mixed up in the book. As Phillip Michael who married Elizabeth, whom I believe is their son and he was born in 1798-1800 according to the census.


1830 census Dearborn County, Indiana
Phillip Michael one male 50-60, one son 5-10, one son 10-15, two sons 20- 30.
one female , Mary, 40-50, one daughter 5-10, two daughters 15-20

On the 1850 census for Decatur County, Indiana There are three Phillip Michael's.

Phillip Michael and Mary Evans
Phillip Michael and Elizabeth
Phillip Michael Mahala Beard

Who are all old enough to be grandfather son and grandson.

I think that Phillip Michael who married Elizabeth is one of the sons listed as 20-30 years old in 1820. On the 1830 census for Dearborn Co., Indiana he is listed as 45 to 50, Elizabeth 30-40, one female under five and one female under 10.





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