Person:John Phillips (107)

John Phillips
b.est. 1735-1745
d.aft. 1806 Kentucky
m. bef. 1733
  1. Robert Phillipsabt 1733 -
  2. John Phillipsest 1735-1745 - aft 1806
  3. Charles Phillipsest 1737-1747 -
  4. Sarah Phillips
  5. James Phillips, Jr.est 1740-1750 -
  • HJohn Phillipsest 1735-1745 - aft 1806
  • WJane Jacksonabt 1773 -
  1. Sarah 'Sally' Phillipsbef 1804 -
Facts and Events
Name John Phillips
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1735-1745
Death? aft. 1806 Kentucky

John Phillips was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Processioning List of 1767/68

"Processioning" was the periodic review and agreement of property lines between settler's lands. Processioning Lists are useful in determining the general area of a settlers lands and their neighbors at specific time periods:
  • Page 442.--Processioned by Wm. Bell, George Berry, Wm. McPheeters, James Syers, 1768-7, viz: For John McCleerey, for Thos. Kirkpatrick, for James Peerey, for Saml. McNab, for Mathew Wilson, for Alex. McKinney. for David Stewart, for Robert McKittrick, for John Kirk, for Wm. Crawford, for Rob. Wallace, for Rob. Philips, for James Bell, Sr., for Charles Cummins, for John Jamison, for Mathias Gabort, for William Dean, for William Lockhart, for Patrick Lockhart, for Wm. McClintock, for John Campbell, for John Philips, for James Philips, for David Trimble, for Sampson Sawyers, for James Sawyers, for John Stewart, for Elizabeth Wallace, for Wm. Hodge, for Maj. Jno. Brown, for Thos. Brown, for James Bell, Jr.

Records of John Phillips in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Brown vs. Johnston--O. S. 94; N. S. 32--Orator, John Brown. John Brown, grandfather of orator, on 17th January, 1752, made entry in Augusta on Middle River, then died with will recorded in Augusta, devising the entry to his oldest son, Thomas Brown. Thomas died in 1773 intestate, leaving orator an infant, his heir-at-law. Zechariah Johnston made a conflicting survey and died testate, and devised same to sons Zachariah and Alexander Johnston. James Philips, father of John, made an entry on the land 23d November, 1769, and on 5th July, 1774, patent issued to John Philips, heir-at-law of James. John Philips in 1806 is living in Kentucky.
  • Page 251.-[undated, appears to be abt. 1775/76] - Patent to John McKinney, Sr., deceased, 10th March, 1756, and bequeathed by John, Sr., to John, Jr. Teste: George ( ) Burwell, James Phillips, George Here, John Philips.