|Birth: ||Jul. 20, 1746|
|Death: ||Jan. 28, 1817|
Mary Hall was probably born in Chester County, PA, and first married a Mr. Laughlen or Laughlin. She married her second husband, Joseph Philips, 24 Apr 1778, probably in Chester County.
They settled in Upper St. Clair Twp., Allegheny County, and had five known children:
Mary (Philips) Dildine, born 21 Nov 1779.
Jesse Philips b. 26 Oct 1781, d. 7 Sep 1805.
David Philips b. 22 Apr 1784, d. 27 Jan 1866.
Sarah (Philips) Higbee, born 17 Aug 1786,
_______ d. 17 Jan 1865.
Susannah (Philips) Estep, born 27 Apr 1789,
_______ d. 4 Oct 1843.
Please see the inscription below.
Joseph Philips (1754 - 1832)
Jesse Philips (1781 - 1805)*
David Philips (1784 - 1866)*
Sarah Philips Higbee (1786 - 1865)*
Susanna Philips Estep (1789 - 1843)*
Susan Dryer has kindly provided this transcription:
In memory of
Who departed this life
28th day of January A.D. 1817
in the 71st year of her age.
Corruption earth and worms
Shall but refine this flesh
Till my triumphant spirit comes
To put it on afresh.
Susan points out that the poem is by Jonathan Edwards, the famed 18th Century New England theologian.
Created by: 9cvxvck02
Record added: Nov 05, 2009
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