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Phillips, Anna Temple
May 11, 1962
Mrs. Alice Elizabeth Phillips, 82, widow of Frederick V. Phillips, died at her home, 213 E. Thomas St., early this morning after a brief illness. She was born in Bartlett July 16, 1879, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Lane Temple, and was educated in Bartlett and Rome schools. Mr. Phillips, to whom she was married in 1905, died in Rome Jan. 1, 1950. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ella F. Bohn, four sons, Francis F., Randall C., Ward T., and Marshall V., all of Rome, a twin brother Alev Temple, Westmoreland, a sister Mrs. Lulu Bailey, Leesburg, Va., nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
May 21, 1895
Ephriam C. Phillips, who had been a resident of this city for more than 40 years, died at the Utica State Hospital at 3:30 o'clock on Monday afternoon. He had been an inmate of the institution for two and one-half years, having been afflicted with paresis. Mr. Phillips was the only child of Mr. & Mrs. George Phillips and was born in Devonshire, England, 60 years ago. When he was 14 years old his parents emigrated to this country coming directly to Rome, and Mr. Phillips always made his home here. He had an honorable record as a veteran, having enlisted and served for about eighteen months in the civil war in the Second New York Heavy Artillery and was a member of Skillin Post. He was a joiner and cabinet maker by trade and did work on many residents in this city. He leaves many friends to mourn his death. The surviving relatives are his wife and three children, Mrs. Frank Ward of Detroit, Mich., and Frederick B. and Edna Phillips of Rome. The remains were brought to Rome today.
Phillips, Frederick V.
January 3, 1950
Frederick V. Phillips, 65, former Rome policeman and private detective, died Sunday in his home, 213 E. Thomas St., following a long illness. Joining the Rome Police Department in 1907, Mr. Phillips was a member for several years before he went into business as a private detective.
He was born Sept. 13, 1884 in Rome, a son of Ephriam and Francella Mary Vroman Phillips. He attended Rome Schools. in July 1905 he married Alice Elizabeth Temple, formerly of Bartlett. Mr. Phillips was a night watchman in the business district from 1931 to 1946 when he retired. He belonged to the First Baptist Church. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Fred Bohn, Coonrod, four sons, Francis E., a Rome policeman, Randall C., Willard T. and Marshall V., all of Rome, a sister Miss Edna M. Phillips, Rochester, and eight grandchildren.
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