- John Phillips III 1787 - 1853
- William Phillips I 1789 - 1849
- Anna Marie Phillips 791 - 1828 (referred to as Mrs Languedoc or Maria)
- Susan Angelique Phillips 1795 - 1818 (Mrs Capt Dixon died in England)
- Edward Seixas 1799 - 1871
- Angelina Seixas 1807 - 1880
- Adolphus Seixas 1809 - 1825 (died young in Quebec)
6) Margaret Phillips b 1829 - 1908, married 23rd Sept 1854, Percy Godfrey Botfield Lake, Lt adn Adjutant 54th Regiment, b - d 1899, their children are:
- Percy Henry Noel Lake 29th June 1855, married Hester F Woodyer of Grantham, Surrey, 1891. (no children) Lieut. General Sir Percy Lake KCB and KCMG d 16 Nov 1940, Victoria, Vancouver. Buried with full military honours. Lady Lake d Dec 1954, Victoria, Vancouver.
- Lancelot Charles (Sir) Lake b 28th July 1860 - 1876 Chile, South America while tutoring children of H. F Price, (unmarried)
- Richard Stuart (Sir) Lake b 10 July 1860 married Dorothy Maria Schreiber Fletcher, daughter of James Fletcher (Dominion Botanist) and Eleanor Gertrude (daughter of Sir Collingwood Schreiber) 4 april 1910. (children: 1/ Henry James b 21st June 1911 married Joan Louisa Solomon, Perth Western, Australia, 10 July, 1939, children, Richard Wallace b 14th June 1940 (living in Seattle); John Stuart Henry b 24 August 1942. 2/ John Fletcher b 1st june 1914 married Catherine Wisnom, London, England, 3rd July 1942, child, David Lancelot b 27th March 1945-9 Oct 2009 ) d 25 April 1950.
- Mabel Katherine Lake b 6th Sept 1862, married William Harwood Belson, son of Rev. William Belson, 21st April 1897. (children: Katherine Clarimonde b 30 Jan 1898; Percy William b 23rd July 1900; Mable Katherine Belson b?- May 1940;
- Arthur Frederick Lake b 23rd July 1865 - 1889 London, England (unmarried)
- Meredith Blenkarne Bethune b 1846 - 1907 (unmarried)
- Maria Stewart Bethune b 1848 married Rev. Lewis Evans, Later Deacon of Montreal (children: Basil ( 1 child) ; Trevor (1 Child);Muriel married Adam Hudspeth (children; 3); another child unmarried?
- Caroline Chester b 1850 married Lt. Col. the Honorable Keith Thornton Fetherstonhay of Up Park, Sussex (children: vis. Harry d young; Bartric (unmarried)
- **Henrietta Keane Bethune b 1852 married Edward George Price (children; six. See below)
- Emily Rankan Bethune b 1854 - 1890 (unmarried)
- Stachan Halliwell Bethune b 1856, married Elinor Rogers (Children: Strachan; Godfrey) d 1924
- Louisa Morland Bethune b 1859 - 1920 (unmarried)
- Geraldine Price Bethune (Tiny) b 1861 - 1921 unmarried.
**Henrietta Keane Bethune b 1852 - 1936 married Edward George Price b - d 1921 (son of William Price and Jane Stewart Price, Henrietta's Grandmother Henrietta E Phillip's sister) their children are:
- Gwendolen Price b - d married Lt Col. Guy du Maurier,Royal Fusiliers 'killed in action' France 1915
- Keith William (Sir) Price married Gertrude (children: David; Mary Morwenna; Micheal (child;Richard Harcourt Price, England(has 3 children))
- Aimee Price b-d Jan 1949, married Sir Reginal Sothern Holland d 1948 (children: Jim Sothern (children: Jennifer; Belinda); Guy Hope (children:Davina;Georgina)
- Dorothy Price b - d March 1959 unmarried
- John Price (Lieutenant R.N.)b - d Prisoner of War, Asia Minor19??, of influenza.
- Caroline Jane Robin b 1855 married 1st) Capt C.H. Sams, 64th Regt, d (Child: Arabella Hamilton, married Rev. Charles Inge (children: Caroline;William;Charles; Mary; Margaret) 2nd) Col. W.J. Inge, later RHA (no children)
- Philip Ernest Robin b 1854 married Kate Hogan 1874. Died leaving three children.
- James Robin b 1857- 1857 (6 months)
- William Mauley Robin b 1860 - 1866 (6 years)
- Vavasour Robin b 1862, married JC Reid 1893 (children: Philip 1894, Frances 1905)
- Charles Edward Robin b 1866- 1950 (unmarried)
- Claude Bethune Robin 1868 - 195?, married Naomi Molson (children)
13) Rachel Louisa Phillips b 1842 - 1909, married Lieut. William Ogle Carlile. R.A. b - d 1907, 1871. (no children)
In haste believe me.
Your affectionate Sister
I forgot to say we called on Mrs Catte and ………….. been very ill and was blistered on the chest Mrs Languedoc was not well and was laying down. Miss L was out H C P
Quebec 18th November 1833: To Mrs Languedoc, La Prairie
My letter did not get through Sickenings, house cleaning, preparing Childrens cloths for Winter took up all my time I began two or three to write to you was interrupted and through them aside........their this fortnight I have been miserable.
Poor unthinking Charles had commenced his old career road I am afraid will never do any good as Stewarts not in Quebec may resent advice from him . He has made poor Anne quite ill she keeps in bed . He is vain headed and eans in debt and poor Papa, the sufferer, breaking him down fast, god know what is to be come . Pray do not say on word of this to any one Charles went to school today for first time these ten days as he had a violent attack of Croup we had to send in the night for Dr Frangeur indeed it is going through the family they are all better Thank God, but Caroline and Francis today are so hoarse a hard wind pipe cough and sore throat I hope it will not turn to croup. Your can figment yourself our many anxious nights I have spent and I and still more anxious about your brother, He writes not enough even of himself . He says …..cannot long up the Navigation chess he had a osaaofante cold on his chest and I think he had then asthma, cold nights he hardly sleps any, I get P……s be t. him work most to day ………
I have received your extended favour of 10th April and 10th July, the former on the 7th inst. covering the bill of lading for 15 puncheons of rum to my consignment with a jar and case of sweetmeats for the Hon: James Cuthbert of Berthier, the latter on the 17th to the port of Spain, including also bills of lading for the 5 puncheons of rum consigned with me with a hogshead of rum and a cask of sugar for the above Gentleman. All of which have been received in good order, with the letter of instruction from the Hon:George Cuthbert, the entries for New York were forwarded by mail on the 17th.
Most respectfully, Your Obedient Servant,
At the request of Mr Norman Miller, late Captain of your Brig the SCOTIA, I beg leave to hand your enclosed duplicate papers and documents relative to the loss of that vessel upon Point Betuanastis on the Ist Inst. Together with 2nd of sequestier and lading bill on London for 91 pounds sterling. Being balance of shop and cargo. Capt. Miller sailed yesterday in the Cambria for Gallway. He takes home the original finals and first of the bill. I hope that his safe arrival in Limmerick in making use of these papers. Every Praise is due to him for his activity and executions in saving what he did from the wreck and saving the lives of his crew. From my personal knoweldge of the shoals upon which he was wrecked it required great presence of mind and perserverance in accomplishing what was done.
Having supplied Capt. Millar with his outward cargo upon as good if not better terms that he could procure elsewhere. I beg very respectfully to tender you my services in this port, being intrusively in the DEAL trade as agent for Several County Mills, I can at all times supply your ships with first, second and third qualities of pine and spruce, both floated and bright on as good terms to some of the most intrusive houses here in that trade. Capt. Millar has seen my sales and contacts and I refer you to him for particularizing.
I am also much engaged in the grain trade and have always larger supplies of wheat, pease barley, oats, rye, and linseed on hand that I can sell very low coming first hand, referring to the Quotations at foot.
I am Sir, Very respectfully yours
Ist Quality Spruce: 7 pounds per 100 Standard
Your ob't servant
NO 2 School House Durham
That from the opinion of Council which has now been read. We believe that bonds given by Mr Phillips to be perfectly good titles whereby to hold and sell the lands belonging to the vacant estate of the late Thomas Scott - also the the claims made upon the holders by Mr Phillips are just.
Eva was the daughter of Emily Eleanor Sophy La Belle (nee Phillips), who was sister to Frank Finlay Phillips, Wendell's father.
Of the immediate family there are but a few left on dear Mother's sides and your dear Father's side. Sir William Price and his family. His sister who is an old maid and is living on the old Phillips Estate, a magnificent old home in Quebec. It has been in the family for many years. General Wolf once owned it Cousin Cecilia Price took me all around. Its immense. How I enjoyed it. Aunt Bella Phillips died two years ago. She had left dear Mother some money, but we couldn't get it. It went back to the estate. I got a lawyer in Quebec but failed to get anything. Sir W. Price is exceedingly wealthy. He owns many paper and pulp and lumber mills. In England we have only Lady Turner, first cousin of dear Mother's and your dear Father and here we have General Sir Percy Lake and Lady Lake and Sir Richard Lake and their sister Mrs. Colonel Belson, all reside in Victoria, B.C. If there is anything else Wendell that you want to know. Oh! the family crest. I have forgotten, we had some silver with it, its a horse, bit I can't say just what it is. I'll ask cousin Mabel, she knows.