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[St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Knipe and Philips fam

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  • dngskll
    ... wrote: Hello Crystal, Sorry, I don t know who she married. I was following the Thomas line and so didn t carry on with that line of
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 14, 2007
      --- In st-helena-genealogy@yahoogroups.com, Crystal Williams
      <cryswil27@...> wrote:
      Hello Crystal,

      Sorry, I don't know who she married. I was following the Thomas line
      and so didn't carry on with that line of research. Unfortunately,
      the only access to the archives is either physically, on the island
      of St Helena or at the archives in London. Failing that possibly via
      email to the archivist, Lacosta MacDaniel on St Helena or to South
      Africa. I can't remember the address of SA but if you want it, get
      back to me and I'll look it up for you.



      > Hi Diane - do you know who Martha Louisa married?
      > dngskll <diane_202@...> wrote: --- In st-helena-
      genealogy@yahoogroups.com, "Angus williams"
      > <angustessa@> wrote:
      > Hello Angus,
      > I have the name Phillip in my family tree. I don't know if they are
      > related to your side.
      > Diana Johns married Henry Phillip 25 Mar 1823, on St Helena. I
      > its possible that both Henry and Diana were free slaves. Evidence
      > substantiated but compelling.
      > I've found 4 children so far. Ann Maria b1820, Martha Louisa b1823,
      > Henry John b 1824 and James b1826.
      > Ann Maria married Evan Thomas 1845 on St Helena and it's the Thomas
      > side that I've followed so far. Evan being my GGG Grandfather.
      > I'm in England and was lucky enough to visit the island a few years
      > ago. The information above, I found in the island archives.
      > Who knows, we may be related.
      > Best of luck with your research.
      > Regards,
      > Diane
      > >
      > >> >
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