Frederick Phillips

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Frederick Phillips - FREDERICK J. PHILLIPS DIES Frederick Joy...
FREDERICK J. PHILLIPS DIES Frederick Joy Phillips of 118 Willow Willow street, a resident nearly all his lifetime of Columbia Heights, and a descendant of the family that gave its name to Phillipsburg, N. J., died yesterday yesterday of a complication of ailments. Ho was born in Manhattan and came to Brooklyn as a child. He was of Revolutionary ancestry and he has left several mementoes of the Revolution that will go to the museum at Washington's Washington's headquarters at Morristown, X. J., as provided for in his will. Mr. Phillips was a graduate of Polytechnic Polytechnic Institute and was for many years a communicant of Grace P. K. Church. He was a member of tho Hamilton Club and of tho Garden City Golf Club. Ho was an ardent golfer and was for twenty years the secretary of the Dyker Meadow Golf Club, until its grounds were taken over by the Polytechnic Polytechnic Institute. Mr. Phillips was unmarried and leaves a brother, Henry Phillips, whose home is at Denver, Col. He was for many years connected with the wholesale dry goods firm of Deer-ing, Deer-ing, Deer-ing, Milliken & Co. of Manhattan. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon afternoon at 3 o'clock, with services by the Rev. Dr. C. F. J. Wrigley, and the Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Cemetery.

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle16 Sep 1918, MonPage 16

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)16 Sep 1918, MonPage 16
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