Sir Thomas Phillips
Sir Thomas Phillips seems to have been a professional antiquarian or historical researcher in the 19th century. He got involved with the Brind family producing a number of family trees. See David Brind's study.
Some of his records are in the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Museum in Devizes. For some reason this also includes a study of the Brinds in Aldbourne. I can not recall seeing it, though since I remember looking at the Wiltshire Musterings in the same collection, I evidently went there at some time. (Jonathan Brind). Reference is made to correspondence with this museum at this link.
In a letter from A W Brind dated 1910 (when he was over 70) reference is made to the connection to Sir Thomas Phillips.
|In The Goddards of North Wilts (Richard Jefferies 1848-1887) it says "the Goddards, of Cliffe, are connected with the Reads of Ramsbury and with the family of Sir Thomas Phillips, of Cheltenham, the celebrated antiquary and archaeologist-- many of whose ancesters are commemorated by inscriptions in Cliffe Pypard Church." See Brind/Goddard connection.|
Genealogists Guide by George W Marshall
Brind Pedigree of Brind of London (T.P.) 1871 folio page.
Pedigree of Brind, Stanton Fitzherbert (T.P.) 1866 Folio page.
Pedigree of Brind of London 1867 (T.P.) folio page.
Visitalio Comitatus Wltoniea 1623 printed by Sit T. Phillips
Visitations Wiltshire edited by G.W. Marshall. 23.
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