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The Notes of Mary Philbrook of Lakewood, New Jersey
These are the notes used by G. Andrews Moriarty to compose his article titled
"THE ENGLISH CONNECTIONS OF THOMAS FELBRIGGE OR PHILBRICK OF HAMPTON, N. H."
that was published in the NEHGR in 1954.
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THE FYLBRIGGE / PHILBRICK FAMILY
by Judy B. Anderson

FELBRIGG-BIGOD ANCESTORS?
Are these the progenitors of the Philbricks?

The Church of St. Mary the Virgin,
Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England

A description, history, and photos of the church some Fylbriggs were baptized in.

A map of England showing the exact location of
Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England.

You can also explore any other location in England.

Notes on the spelling of the name PHILBRICK & PHILBROOK
Characteristics of the early PHILBRICKS & PHILBROOKS
Thomas PHILBRICK, the Emigrant
A story about him from the book by the Rev. Jacob Chapman.

Thomas PHILBRICK was a Culler of Staves in Hampton in 1655.
From Dow's History of Hampton.

Thomas PHILBRICK testified at the trial of Eunice "Goody" Cole, who was tried and convicted of witchcraft in 1656.
More Hampton History & Genealogy,
from the Lane Memorial Library.

A map of Hampton, NH from 1806
showing the name and location of all the families living there at the time.

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