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Phillip Rich

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Phillip M. Rich
Born 1970s.
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Phillip is a kind and gentle man, as are all of the Rich's. It is wonderful by chance to find a site and a cousin with extended family previously lost to our family. This happened by a Generous person's kind assistance and discovering we are related through many family lines. Phillip is a blessing. Thank you, Cuz.[1]


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On 15 Nov 2019 at 17:32 GMT Peter Rohman wrote:

Thanks for looking into the possible error involving [Stanley-1567|James Stanley]]. It appears I messed it up. I was simply doing a drive connect.


...Agnes (w. Shadarack) & ch. Robert, Jesse, Judith, Mary, Edward, Anna Elizabeth, Richard and Henry rocf. Cedar Creek Va. dated 1784, 10, 9.

No James listed. Now of course it's possible James was an older son and had already established his own family, but not likely at 15. According to naming conventions, James son of Shadrack would have been the second son. Parents married in 1764, so son John born 1765, son James 1767 but the marriages for James Stanley are listed as 1786 & 1802. I see no reason to believe with any certainty that Shadrack had a son James and I see abundant

On 14 Nov 2019 at 21:03 GMT Cynthia Noble wrote:

RE: 2 Sarah Walkers. Yes there are two, Sarah M. married Edwin Rich in 1866 in Indiana and Sarah J. A. married Sanford Rich in 1927 in LA. Not only that, I see according to my index, there have been several other Sarah Walkers in the family in the past just to confuse everyone. Sorry to take so long to get back on this...

On 2 Nov 2019 at 16:14 GMT Deborah (Turner) Dunn wrote:

Thank you for the help on Rev. George Swaim and son Absalom Swaim.

On 3 Oct 2019 at 22:02 GMT Barbara (Breece) Roesch wrote:

Phillip! I am ashamed! THANK YOU for finding the documents on my grandmother Cora Sessions Breece Cabaniss more than a year ago! I had no idea whom she lived with after her parents died. Somehow this was missed. Again, much appreciation for your kindness. You are what makes genealogy such fun! Barbara Breece Roesch

On 27 Sep 2019 at 00:40 GMT De Anna Overcast wrote:

I see two of my family members match you. But I don't know the connection. We do not have any Burnettes in our family. Interesting.........

On 27 Sep 2019 at 00:38 GMT De Anna Overcast wrote:

Hello Phillip, my Bowmans are from Washington County. That is not to say none lived in Patrick County, I just don't know of them. I took a look at your John Burnette (1873-1937) and found that his parents was Elisha Burnett and Martha Patsy Alley of Grayson, Carroll, Virginia. There is a picture of his wife Orpha, Children Matt, Elisha, Dexter, Ruth, Mary, and Eunice. Why do you think that a Bowman may be his father? I guess I am still trying to understand.

On 15 Sep 2019 at 18:53 GMT M Bale wrote:

Hi Phillip, on the Reddings/Reddins. Every resource I'm finding is Reddins. I thought I'd clean up and clarify and let those of you who know to double check. See what you think.

On 25 Jul 2019 at 13:34 GMT Kaylee (Holland) Robinson wrote:

So in regards to Walter Mathews. The DOB thing is rather odd, however I have recently discovered his daughter is still loving and I am hoping to get more accurate info from her. I did notice on family search that someone has him confused with a “Guy Mathews”. So I’m sure this has something to do with at least a portion of the confusion.

On 4 May 2019 at 15:37 GMT Don Allen wrote:

I changed the spelling of Jesse's last name to Swain. On research it is interesting that it appears the Swain's were originally in North Carolina before migrating to the Johnson Co, IL area and then to Van Buren Co, AR. So many residents of Van Buren Co took this route to Arkansas. My ancestors the Strouds and McCaslins went from NC to Tennessee where they stayed for a couple of decades before migrating to Van Buren, AR. Other ancestors Lorenzo McNabb migrated to Van Buren Co from Johnson Co, IL.

On 10 Apr 2019 at 00:18 GMT Jane (Snell) Copes wrote:

Thanks for finding the Boman/Bowman family that connects to my Snells in 1880 Christian Co IL, census. Do you have Illinois roots? I see now that you have an intricate puzzle with Bowmans who were probably not in Illinois. And you need to look at every molecule you can find to see if it's important! Jane

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