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PHOENIX, John abt 1770 to aft 1825

 
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 2:31 pm    Post subject: PHOENIX, John abt 1770 to aft 1825 Reply with quote

John Phoenix was not at any time a resident of Cameron County PA but several of his children resided here and I therefore believe he is entitled to mention herein.
John Phoenix was a native of Ireland it is said, and settled at a very early period at a point about two miles west of Addison Village. His residence stood where now stands Parker's barn. He probably removed to the hill north of there and resided with some of his children. He married Elizabeth May, and they came here from Delaware Co, NY, it is said. John May, father of Mrs. Phoenix, was a native of England. He settled in Baltimore city prior to the Revolution. He was a doctor and during that conflict served in the hospitals in that city, where his wife also served as a nurse. They had three children, as follows: Polly, John Jr, and Elizabeth, [who m. John Phoenix]
To John and Elizabeth Phoenix were born: Richard [five children in 1835] Margaret [John Mullison], Jane [Rowley], Nancy [Abel White263-c] Esther "Hettie" [John Crawford 66], Pamelia [G.L. Wilbur] Melissa [William C. Williamson 269]; John [Elizabeth 'Betsy' White 263] Matthew, Samuel, and William [four children in 1835]
Both Mr. and Mrs. Phoenix are buried in the Baldwin burying ground about one mile west of Addison Village, but have no tombstones.
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