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Forests Company NC Troops

Birth:
14 May 1837 1
Bear Creek, Onslow County, North Carolina 1
Death:
07 Jan 1927 1
Onslow County, NC 1
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Birth:
14 May 1837 1
Bear Creek, Onslow County, North Carolina 1
Death:
07 Jan 1927 1
Onslow County, NC 1
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Birth:
Mother: Susan Winberry 1
Father: Allen Phillips 1
Marriage:
Susan Waters 1
29 Oct 1866 1
Onslow County, NC 1
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Enlists in Forests Company:
15 May 1863 1

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Van Buren Phillips

Onslow County, NC

1850, SWANSBORO, ONSLOW COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. VAN BUREN PHILLIPS, 7.
onslow county marriage records: phillips, van buren and susan waters 26oct1866 john-x-stanley and (w) a.j. johnston marr 28oct 1866 by j.a.freshwater,j.p.
1860 SWANSBORO, ONSLOW COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, VAN BUREN PHILLIPS, 16.
DEC. 1865  LISTED ON THE ROLLS OF THE MILITIA FOR THE SWANSBORO DISTRICT ARE :  B. PHILLIPS, ED PHILLIPS, WILLIAM PHILLIPS,  AND VAN BUREN PHILLIPS.
1870 SWANSBORO, ONSLOW COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, VAN BUREN PHILLIPS , 24, COOPER, CANNOT READ AND WRITE.
1880 SWANSBORO, ONSLOW COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, VAN BUREN PHILLIPS, 40, COOPER.
voter registration for onslow county lists van buren, age 66, no ancestor listed, voted in N.C., registered 10-10-1902.
1889 ONSLOW COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA  BARNEY, EDWARD, AND VAN B. PHILLIPS AND WIFE SUSIE AND B.H. PHILLIPS  AND WIFE KITTIE SELL LAND TO MRS. M.A. SMITH.
1891: William, Alice,Seth,Elijah,Van Buren,and Susan Phillips sell land they own in common.
1896: William, Alice,Seth,Elijah,Van Buren,and Susan Phillips sell land they own in common.
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Van Buren Phillips recieves a pension for his service in the Civil War.  He enlists May 15th 1863 in Forests Company.  His wife Susan continues to recieve his pension after his death.

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