#17655, (c 1786 - 1808)
|Birth||Henry Phillips was born circa 1786.2|
|Military||He was a cadet in 1803, Lieutenant 21 March 1805, and died 8 October 1808 at Fort William.3|
|Marriage||He married Eliza Henry, daughter of Richard Henry, on 13 Oct 1806 in Pertaub Ghur, Bengal, India.|
Henry was recorded as Esq., Lt. 26th Native Infantry.1,4
|Death||Henry died on 8 Oct 1808 in Fort William, Bengal, India.3,2|
|Gravestone||His gravestone in North Park Street Burial Ground, Calcutta, reads:|
Sacred to the Memory of Capt. Henry Phillipps,
late Aid-de-Camp to the Governor General
Lord Minto, who departed this life on
the 8th of Oct. 1808, aged 22 years.2
|Last Edited||12 Oct 2011|
- Will and Administration of Richard Henry of London, 25 January 1798, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 22 August 1841 (Family History Library, Film #0,156,151).
- Holmes and Co, The Bengal obituary (Calcutta, India: Holmes And Co, 1848). Digitized copy viewed on Google Books.
- V C P Hodson, List of the officers of the Bengal army, 1758-1834 (London: Phillimore, 1927-1947), digital copy viewed on Google Books, page 210-211.
- Index to India Office Family History Search, online at http://indiafamily.bl.uk/UI/Home.aspx, c1600-1949, compiled by British Library India Office, London, England, 1970s onward, Returns of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, N/1/7 f.211.