Charles John Phillips

(12 November 1828 - )
     Charles John Phillips was born on 12 November 1828 in Paterson, New South Wales. He was the son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard. Henry, Jane, William, Francis, Isabella, Alfred, Samuel and Charles were recorded as the children of James Phillips in the on 15 November 1828 census in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales. Charles John Phillips was christened on 1 January 1829 in Christ Church, Newcastle.
     Charles died. He was not mentioned on his mothers death certificate as alive or dead in 1864, no record of his death to 1869 NSW registers. A C J Phillips was mentioned at Kilcoy in the Newcastle Morning Herald 27 April 1895. A Charles Phillips, Millers Forest, was reported as injured by his horse in the Maitland Mercury, 2 May 1865.

Charles Malbon Phillips

(22 February 1880 - 8 March 1883)
     Charles Malbon Phillips was born on 22 February 1880 in Queensland. He was the son of Clarence Alfred Phillips and Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles.
     Charles died on 8 March 1883 in Queensland, aged 3.

Charles Robert Phillips

(23 May 1864 - )
     Charles Robert Phillips was born on 23 May 1864 in Hamilton, Ontario.
     Charles Robert Phillips married Caroline Beatrice Ruby, daughter of Henry Sarjent Ruby and Sarah Ann Walling, on 18 November 1896 in the Methodist church, Victoria Harbour, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada.
     Charles Robert Phillips was listed in the 1901 census in Meaford, Grey District, Ontario. Charles Phillips, born 23/29 May 1864, Ontario, aged 36, English, Canadian, Methodist, bookkekeper; his wife Caroline B, born 18 March 1866, Engand, aged 35, arrived 1872 and children Mina B aged 3, born 2 Sep 1897 and Ruby E aged 2 born 11 April 1899.

Children of Charles Robert Phillips and Caroline Beatrice Ruby

Charles Windeyer Phillips

(7 May 1847 - 25 December 1909)
     Charles Windeyer Phillips was born on 7 May 1847 in Clarence River, New South Wales. He was the son of Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Susanna Gordon Windeyer. Charles Windeyer Phillips was christened in December 1847 in Clarence River.
     Charles died on 25 December 1909 in Cobar, New South Wales, aged 62.

Chichester Phillips

(1612 - 1656)
     Chichester Phillips was born in 1612.
     Chichester Phillips married Susanna Warner, daughter of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton, on 26 February 1647 in St Gregory by St Paul, London.
     Chichester died in 1656.
     Chichester Phillips and Henry Sarjent Ruby travelled to Canada in 1911. He and Mabel arrived on 21 July at Quebec from Liverpool on board the "Teutonic."

Child of Chichester Phillips and Susanna Warner

Capt Chichester Phillips

(19 March 1647 - 1728)
     Capt Chichester Phillips was christened on 19 March 1647 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of Chichester Phillips and Susanna Warner.
     Capt Chichester Phillips married Sarah Handcock, daughter of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley, on 17 August 1685?. They had several children.      
Capt Chichester Phillips was MP for Askeaton, of Drumcondra Castle for Ireland.
     Capt Chichester Phillips was mentioned in the will of William Handcock dated 20 June 1705.
     Chichester died in 1728.

Child of Capt Chichester Phillips and Sarah Handcock

Clarence Alfred Phillips

(11 March 1851 - 24 November 1884)
     Clarence Alfred Phillips was born on 11 March 1851 in Ulster Lodge, Grafton, New South Wales. He was the son of Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Susanna Gordon Windeyer. Clarence Alfred Phillips was christened on 20 April 1851 in Clarence River, New South Wales.
     Clarence Alfred Phillips was mentioned in the will of Lydia Ballard dated 5 August 1858.
     Clarence Alfred Phillips married Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles on 22 August 1874 in Queensland.
     Clarence died on 24 November 1884 in Queensland, aged 33.

Children of Clarence Alfred Phillips and Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles

Clarence Alfred Phillips

(26 March 1876 - )
     Clarence Alfred Phillips was born on 26 March 1876 in Queensland. He was the son of Clarence Alfred Phillips and Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles.

Clarence Irvine Phillips

(16 July 1872 - 12 August 1950)
     Clarence Irvine Phillips was born on 16 July 1872 in Kilcoy, Hexham, New South Wales. Clarence Irving, at Raymond Terrace according to the NSW birth index. He was the son of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle. Clarence Irvine Phillips was christened on 7 October 1872 in Raymond Terrace.
     Clarence Irvine Phillips married Sarah Jane Hawker (Verge) on 23 February 1901 in St James, Townsville, Queensland.
     His will was proved in 1950 at New South Wales.
     Clarence died on 12 August 1950 in Randwick, New South Wales, aged 78. He was buried on 14 August 1950 in Waverley cemetery, Bronte.

Children of Clarence Irvine Phillips and Sarah Jane Hawker (Verge)

Cyril Alfred Phillips

(1 December 1893 - 1922)
     Cyril Alfred Phillips was born on 1 December 1893 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Frederick Louis Phillips and Elizabeth Josephine Bushe.
     Cyril died in 1922 in Queensland. The Wood/O'Neill family tree on www.learnsource gives his death 6 Nov 1916 at the Military Hospital, Fargo, England, but the Qld BDM records give 1922 with the right parents, but the registration is prefixed with F whiich probably means foreign and is a 'catch up' registration. He was buried at Durrington Cemetery, Wiltshire and servied in th 9th Australian Field Artillery Brigade as a Bombadier.

Daisy Frances Phillips

(1880 - )
     Daisy Frances Phillips was born in 1880 in Paterson, New South Wales. She may have married Ernest G Charge in 1913 in the St Leonard's district. She was the daughter of Francis Henry Phillips and Isabella Hare.

Edward Augustus Phillips

(14 November 1833 - 9 February 1904)
     Edward Augustus Phillips was born on 14 November 1833 in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales. He was the son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard. Edward Augustus Phillips was christened on 1 January 1834 in Christ Church, Newcastle.
     Edward Augustus Phillips received a letter from Lydia Ballard dated 29 August 1853. 1853 Aug 29, Bona Vista - My dear Edward, I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 21st 2 days ago and feel thankful to providence that you are in health and spirits and have our very lively hopes from what you communicate that you will ultimately succeed in your arduous undertaking. William had a letter from Mr Medcalfe last week wishing to try his luck with him again at Dungog should the report of gold being found there prove correct. I hear 20 persons have left this neighbourhood to prospect there. I received a letter from Lydia the day I got yours which I enclose for your perusal. I have written her to return soon, as I expect Hannah will be married when time is up, which will be next week. I fear we shall not get one to suit us so well, I engaged a man and his wife but they quarrelled so dreadfully I was obliged to send her away. She is now with Mrs Stoddart, the man I don't approve and shall discharge at the end of his month. Eliza Parker is with Elizabeth who is without a servant. Alfred will endeavour to procure one while in Sydney. I have just had a letter from him, he names having had a pleasant run of 12 hours from Newcastle, he was surprised on sailing into the harbour to see all the ships dressed out with flags; it appeared the foundation stone of the Sydney Exchange was laid that day. Two ships of emigrants went in with them; both went into quarantine having measles on board. Elizabeth & Eliza dined with me today, they desire their love to you, both of them have very severe coughs again, indeed most people are suffering more or less. Mrs Cory had part of a letter from you to them. The Blacksmiths place and tools were destroyed by the fire at Gostwyck, happening in the night and Mr Cory being from home, the females were as you may imagine, much alarmed. I am and family are well. I seldom hear from Frank. Did he ever get the things you left at the Sonisan? William going on much as usual. Mr C Stoddart is going this week to see if any thing can be done at Dungog. He will stay at Browns. It is gratifying to hear, that horrid vice, drunkeness is being checked. I do hope you take advantage of every opportunity of attending Divine Worship. Let me urge on you my dear Edward to do so. This world, with all these petty and evanescent interests which now so engross and agitate, will soon pass away. Its pleasure wholly engage us, or its crosses and cares make us miserable. It would not be so if we felt that we had a portion above and beyond the world. We would think less of amusements or the inconveniences of the road if we looked more to the end of it. Do write oftener, it is a great source of pleasure to me to get a letter from you. John & Dolly always send their love to you when they see Lydia or I writing to you. They both wrote their Papa last week and got very pretty answers yesterday of which they are not a little proud. I will say no more now or shall tire your patience. Heaven guard you dear boy! and believe me ever, Your affectionate mother, Lydia Phillips.. Edward was a grazier.
     In Lydia Ballard's will dated 5 August 1858 in Paterson, New South Wales, Edward Augustus Phillips was named as heir; I, Lydia Phillips of Bona Vista, Paterson, widow being of sound mind and body, do by this my last will and testament this fifth day of August in the year of our Lord 1858 Bequeath and demise unto my beloved son Edward Augustus Phillips during his life time all my landed property and estate called Bona Vista situate in the district of Peterson to have and to hold the same until his death afterwards to his eldest son lawfully born. Should my beloved son Edward Augustus Phillips died and leave no male heirs lawfully begotten then the said property of Bona Vista to go to my beloved son Alfred William Phillips during his lifetime and at this death to his eldest son failing them then to my beloved grandson Clarence Alfred Phillips youngest son of my late beloved son Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and his heirs for ever, Lydia Phillips.
Witness: John Edward Cory, Josephine Cory, Louisa Hudson. E A Phillips: On this first day of August 1871 Henry Joseph Brown of Newcastle NSW solicitor being duly sworn maketh oath and saith as follows: 1. The foregoing is a true copy of the original will of which it purports to be a copy; 2. The signature E A Phillips ... above written is of the property of Edward Augustus Phillips the sole devisee named in the said will. Sworn by the deponent ... before me.

     Edward Augustus Phillips married Ellen Besnard on 14 June 1860 in Kangiaroo, Yass, New South Wales. Or 7th!. Edward was described as a living child of Lydia Ballard on 24 November 1864. Edward Augustus Phillips witnessed Lydia Ballard's burial on 25 November 1864 in St Paul's, Paterson.
On 14 April 1867 Edward Augustus Phillips sold property in 'Bona Vista', Paterson. Conveyance (to defeat ... estates tail) from Edward Augustus Phillips to R R S Bowker of Lots 30 & 31. (Registered Book 126. no. 554). Consideration £500. June 6 - issued title for vol. 46 fol.99 for lots 22, 24 & 26 of the Bona Vista Estate.
     Administration of the estate of Walter Ballard Phillips was granted to Edward Augustus Phillips, on 30 April 1885 in New South Wales, Estate & effects of Walter Ballard Phillips late of Marengo, conditional purchaser deceased was granted to Edward Augustus Phillps, the father of the deceased intestate. Estate under £341.
     Edward died on 9 February 1904 in Young, New South Wales, aged 70. He was buried on 10 February 1904 in Church of England, Young.

Children of Edward Augustus Phillips and Ellen Besnard

Edward Stanley Phillips

(23 June 1866 - 23 June 1945)
     Edward Stanley Phillips was commonly known as Stanley. He was born on 23 June 1866 in Government Rd, Horseshoe Bend, Port Maitland, New South Wales. He was the son of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle. Edward Stanley Phillips was christened on 26 August 1866 in St Paul's, South Maitland, New South Wales.
     Edward Stanley Phillips lived at Thalaba, Millie, New South Wales, 1897.
     Edward Stanley Phillips married Elizabeth Maude (Bessie) Holmes on 19 April 1897 in Oakendale, Clarence Town, New South Wales, Australia. He was of Thalaba, Millie, son of Alfred Phillips late of Kilcoy, Hexham at his marriage to Bessie Maud Holmes, daughter of W H Holmes of Oakendale, Clarence Town.
     Edward died on 23 June 1945 in Toowoomba, Queensland, aged 79.

Child of Edward Stanley Phillips and Elizabeth Maude (Bessie) Holmes

Elizabeth Phillips

     Elizabeth Phillips married Andrew Wallen, son of Edward Wallen and Mary Armstrong, on 19 July 1763 in St Andrew parish, Jamaica.
     Elizabeth Phillips married George Armstrong, son of Thomas Armstrong and Lucy Holmes.

Children of Elizabeth Phillips and George Armstrong

Elizabeth Louie May Phillips

(16 November 1901 - 27 September 1980)
     Elizabeth Louie May Phillips was commonly known as Louie. She was born on 16 November 1901 in Townsville, Queensland. She was the daughter of Clarence Irvine Phillips and Sarah Jane Hawker (Verge).
     Elizabeth Louie May Phillips married William Stevenson! King MB, ChM on 7 September 1929 in St Philip's, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     Elizabeth died on 27 September 1980 in Sydney Hospital, aged 78. She was cremated on 30 September 1980 in the Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Chatswood.

Child of Elizabeth Louie May Phillips and William Stevenson! King MB, ChM

Ellen Isobel Phillips

(7 February 1866 - 1944)
     Ellen Isobel Phillips was born on 7 February 1866 in Kangiaroo, Yass, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Edward Augustus Phillips and Ellen Besnard.
     Ellen Isobel Phillips married George John Regan in 1888 in Young, New South Wales.
     Ellen Isobel Phillips lived at 163 Boundary St, Roseville, New South Wales, between 1930 and 1943.
     Ellen died in 1944 in Chatswood district, New South Wales.

Children of Ellen Isobel Phillips and George John Regan

Eric Louis Phillips

(1896 - 2 April 1897)
     Eric Louis Phillips was born in 1896 in Woollahra, New South Wales. He was the son of Frederick Louis Phillips and Elizabeth Josephine Bushe.
     Eric died on 2 April 1897 in Brisbane area, Queensland.

Florence Alice Phillips

(9 August 1860 - 26 February 1930)
     Florence Alice Phillips was born on 9 August 1860 in Williams River, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle. Florence Alice Phillips was christened on 10 October 1860 in West Maitland.
     Florence died on 26 February 1930 in Auburn, New South Wales, aged 69. She was buried on 28 February 1930 in Waverley cemetery, Bronte.

Florence T Phillips

(1900 - )
     Florence T Phillips was born in 1900 in Moree, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Walter James Phillips and Gertrude L Ford.

Frances Lydia Florence Phillips

(29 October 1862 - 1 January 1944)
     Frances Lydia Florence Phillips was born on 29 October 1862 in Arkstone Forest, Burrowa, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Edward Augustus Phillips and Ellen Besnard.
     Frances Lydia Florence Phillips married Alfred Edward Roberts on 17 April 1897 in Petersham, New South Wales. ROBERTS-PHILLIPS- April 17, at All Saints' Church, Petersham, Alfred Edward, eldest son of William Roberts, of Kerrabee, to Francis Lydia Florence, eldest daughter, of Edward Augustus Phillips., of Young .
     Frances died on 1 January 1944 in New South Wales, aged 81.

Children of Frances Lydia Florence Phillips and Alfred Edward Roberts

Francis Henry Phillips

(2 May 1846 - 1883)
     Francis Henry Phillips was christened on 2 May 1846 in Tabulam, New South Wales. Francis Henry, son of Thomas [sic] Henry Fortunatus Phillips & Susanna Gordon Windeyer, of Tabulam, Clarence River, squatter. He was the son of Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Susanna Gordon Windeyer.
     Francis Henry Phillips married Isabella Hare in 1872 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Francis died in 1883 in Dubbo, New South Wales.

Children of Francis Henry Phillips and Isabella Hare

Francis Henry Phillips

(1878 - )
     Francis Henry Phillips was born in 1878 in Paterson, New South Wales. He was the son of Francis Henry Phillips and Isabella Hare.

Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips

(24 September 1817 - 18 December 1854)
     Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips was also known as Frank in records. He was born on 24 September 1817. He was the son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard. Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips was christened on 11 May 1820 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. Frank Henry Fortunate, son of James & Lydia Phillips, Chester Place, Gent.
     Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Henry Phillips, Jane Phillips, William Thomas Phillips and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips arrived with James Phillips and Lydia Ballard on 20 May 1822 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Henry, Jane, William, Francis, Isabella, Alfred, Samuel and Charles were recorded as the children of James Phillips in the on 15 November 1828 census in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales.
     Francis and Alfred William Phillips were educated at the Normal Institution, Sydney. An undated letter addressed to Master F Phillips, Normal Institution: My dear Frank, I send you by D...y a pr. of black cloth trowsers; and if I hear a favorable account of you I will send a basket of oranges for you and Alfred by the Patterson. Also a basket for Isabella; I hope by this you understand the way of the school and are making the best of your time; I request that Alfred and you will get a letter ready to put into the box I shall send by Brown to Miss Jones for Janes and my dress; I have written her by post lest a vessel should go ere I have her things ready to say you will all send her a letter this time. My love to Alfred, Your anxious & affectionate mother wishes to hear often from you, in haste, L Phillips.
     A form of secular education under government patronage began in 1835 in the so-called "Normal Institution" whose original building still forms part of Sydney Grammar School in College St, Hyde Park. William Cape, 28 year old son of a failed banker was selected as first headmaster. His general curriculum included writing, arithmetic, maths, classics & book keeping. Special classes were conducted in modern & oriental languages, painting, drawing, dancing, gymnastics, fencing & military drill. For advanced students there were courses in jurisprudence and political economy. Fees ranged from c.£2 - £12 a term. .
     Normal Schools were also teacher training colleges. Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and William Thomas Phillips witnessed David Sloan and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips's wedding on 15 September 1840 in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales, Australia.
     In Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips's will dated 23 August 1842 in Paterson, New South Wales, Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips was named as executor of the estate.
     The Maitland mercury in 1843 reported that Francis Phillips agreed to become a committeeman for Richard Windeyer's political campaign and attended a meeting of supporters at the Victoria Hotel at Hinton [25 March], fined for non attendance as a juror [14 October]. He is probably the F Phillips who it reported at the registration of voters, opposed the position of some voters [13 May], as a punt owner at Paterson, sued C Boydell at the Maitland Court of Requests for £6 mail puntage [11 November].1843 Sep 9, of Verrilong, Hunter River. Of "Vorribang" Williams River. Mowle states 3rd son of Jas Phillips of Durham Qld..
     Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips married Susanna Gordon Windeyer on 9 September 1843 in St James, Sydney, New South Wales.
     Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips lived at Clarence River, New South Wales, from 1845 to 1851. As of 1846, Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips was also known as Thomas H F in records. Francis in 1850, Clarence River, NSW. He was mentioned in a letter from Lydia Ballard dated 1853. In a letter from his mother she says she seldom hears much of Frank.
     Francis died by suicide on 18 December 1854 in Maitland, New South Wales, aged 37. Suicide.- On Tuesday evening, December 19th a magisterial inquiry was held at the hospital, Maitland, on the body of Francis Phlllips, there lying dead, by Mr. Peter Green, J. P. From the evidence, it appeared that he had been admitted as a patient labouring under delirium tremens, on Tuesday, 12th instant. On Thursday last, 14th, he attempted to cut his throat with a knife which he had been using for his dinner, there were three incised wounds, one upon each side of the wind- pipe, and the other wound upon the side of the neck. The wounds were not deep, and, from their appearance, seemed to have been inflicted with a blunt instrument. Mr Riley, the resident apothecary, was immediately called, and he was secured and continued to be watched till the period of his death, which occurred about half-past 10 o'clock p.m, 18th instant. The enquiry was not concluded when we went to press.
In1856, his wife Susannah Gordon Windeyer married secondly Henry Gale and had by him 5 sons & 1 daughter. The death was not registered but is recorded in the newspapers. He was buried in Campbells Hill cemetery, West Maitland. A coroner's inquest was held regarding his death on 19 December 1854 in Maitland. He was buried on 20 December 1854 in Campbell's Hill cemetery, South St, Telara, West Maitland. Francis Phillips aged 30, died 19th, buried 20th, Church of England section B9. A coroner's inquest was held regarding his death before 23 December 1854 in Maitland. The Maitland mercury reported on Saturday 23 December 1854: The inquest at the hospital: The inquest on the deceased patient Francis Phillips held before Mr Green, on Tuesday last, terminated with a verdict of died from exhaustion produced by intemperance - the evidence of Mr Riley showing that the marks on the throat were only superficial and the loss of blood slight.

Children of Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Susanna Gordon Windeyer

Frederick Clarence Phillips

(1 July 1892 - 17 June 1988)
     Frederick Clarence Phillips was born on 1 July 1892 in Latrobe Tce, Paddington, Queensland. He is probably the Clarence rememebered by Charles Phillips. He was the son of Frederick Louis Phillips and Elizabeth Josephine Bushe.
     Frederick died on 17 June 1988 in Brisbane, Queensland, aged 95.

Frederick Louis Phillips

(4 May 1865 - 29 January 1907)
     Frederick Louis Phillips was also known as Thomas? Phillips in records. He was born on 4 May 1865 in Maitland, New South Wales. At Willow Cottage, on the 4th May, Mrs Phillips, of a son. There was also a supposed son Thomas.. He was the son of Alfred William Phillips and Elizabeth Maria Doyle.
     Frederick Louis Phillips lived at Clarence River, New South Wales.
     Frederick Louis Phillips married Elizabeth Josephine Bushe on 6 June 1892 in St John's Cathedral, Brisbane, Queensland.
     Frederick died The demise of Mr F L Phillips, of the Royal Queensland Yacht Club, came as a sudden shock to the yachting fraternity. Mr. Phillips was well and favourably known as an ardent supporter of sailing and his death is very much lamented by all his colleagues. Some few weeks back the deceased gentleman was down in the Bay in Mr O'Beirne's yacht, the Bohemian, and getting wet, contracted a cold, which led to pneumonia. He leaves a wife and a large family of bright boys, whom Figaro condoles with.

He leaves a widow and six children, two sisters, one of whom is Mrs. J. V. Wilson, of Homebush Station, North Queensland, and three brothers, one of whom, Mr. Walter Phillips, is a resident of North Queensland. on 29 January 1907 in Brisbane area, Queensland, aged 41.

Children of Frederick Louis Phillips and Elizabeth Josephine Bushe

George Phillips

     George Phillips married Frances Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter of Frederick Killigrew Dunbar and Harriet Ledger, on 23 December 1903 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Children of George Phillips and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar

George Charles Phillips

(21 July 1907 - )
     George Charles Phillips was born on 21 July 1907 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Frederick Louis Phillips and Elizabeth Josephine Bushe.

Gertrude Isabelle Phillips

(25 March 1875 - )
     Gertrude Isabelle Phillips was born on 25 March 1875 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Clarence Alfred Phillips and Gertrude Laura Parker Bowles.

Henry Phillips

(15 November 1809 - before 1864)
     Henry Phillips was born on 15 November 1809. He was the son of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard. Henry Phillips was christened on 19 May 1811. He may be the Henry Phillips, son of James Phillips, gentleman, Highfield St, & Lydia Kelsey, born Nov 10 1809, baptised 19 May 1811 at St Peter's, Liverpool.
     Henry Phillips and Jane Phillips, William Thomas Phillips, Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips arrived with James Phillips and Lydia Ballard on 20 May 1822 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Henry, Jane, William, Francis, Isabella, Alfred, Samuel and Charles were recorded as the children of James Phillips in the on 15 November 1828 census in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales.
     Henry was a clerk to the Bench in Paterson, in 1836.
     Henry Phillips in Paterson, sent a letter dated 22 May 1837 to Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips. Bona Vista, 22 May 1837: My dear Isabella, I am happy to inform you that I am recovering rapidly and shall for the future be more careful of myself. I will procure the musicks, mentioned in your letter from Emma. I have spoken to William about copying some for you but he says that if you play exactly as he writes it that it will be a sad jumble as he will not vouch for nay mistake of a few bars, however, it will not be perceived by the audience down here, as you know tha the loudest and quickest players are considered the best. I wish you would perform a few commissions for me while Papa is in Sydney, as you can go out with him and select the following articles, viz
1 neat brass bound writing desk
1 case of Morrells drawing pencils
1 musical snuff box which you can put in the writing desk and a flute whichyou may get Mr Hickey to select for you, the purchase of which I enclose £15/5/0 if more than sufficient you may procure any little thing that you consider I may require - O by the way (as Paddy says), don't forget to ask Frank to procure us the book he mentioned in his letter to Mau..ia
I remain dear Isabella, yours truly affectionate brother, H Phillips
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     He may be the Henry Phillips who was appointed trustee to the estate of Edward Sparke, sr at Sydney which was reported in the Maitland mercury 23 December 1843. An H Phillips was elected auditor of the Sydney Council on the same day. A Henry Phillips married Mary Weller in 1838 st St Luke's Liverpool.
     Henry died before 1864 in New South Wales.

Henry G Phillips

(1876 - )
     Henry G Phillips was born in 1876 in Armidale, New South Wales. He was the son of Francis Henry Phillips and Isabella Hare.