Private 1st Class, Field Amb., Co. 120, 30th Div.; from Guilford County; son of J. H. and Mary Phipps. Entered the service at Greensboro, N.C., July 10, 1915, and sent to Camp Glenn, N.C. Transferred to Camp Stewart, Texas, and from there to Camp Sevier, S. C. Sailed for France February, 1918. Fought at Aisne-Marne.
PHIPPS, Elizabeth Todd5, (Asa4, Gershom3, Michael2, Christopher1) born April 13, 1749, died May 7, 1785, married March 26, 1772, Capt. Solomon Phipps, who was born Aug. 17, 1745, died June 7, 1813. He married second Feb. 4, 1788, Hannah Alling widow of Hamlin Dwight, who was a cousin of his first wife. She died Sept.
GEORGE A. PHIPPS. In the little village of Huntsville in Fall Creek Township, on the north bank of historic and picturesque old Fall creek, the principal industrial features and also business institutions are the flour mill and the saw mill which for many years have been conducted under the name and proprietorship of Mr. Phipps.
Deacon Jason Phipps was at an early day an extensive landholder and farmer in Thompson parish, as also a justice of the peace, who exercised his prerogative with an inflexible hand. His son Jason, a soldier of the revolution, married Mary Healy, of Dudley, Mass., whose children were: Peyton Randolph, Salem T., Jason, Polly, Hannah,