Philip, John

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Philip, John

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d. 1926

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Alex Philip's brother, John, moved out to the west coast to work as a granite cutter. He met his wife Mariah ("Rhi") in Everett, Washington. In 1920, he began to spend summers at Rainbow Lodge along with his wife and their two children Anne and Maison.

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Philip, Anne ()

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hierarchical

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John was Anne's father

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Philip, Maison (d 11 Oct 2011)

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hierarchical

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John was Maison's father

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Philip, Alex ([Jul. 1881] - 10 Oct 1968)

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family

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Alex and John were brothers

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Philip, Mariah (Rhi) ([1886]-21 Jan 1973)

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family

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married

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  1. Whistler Reflections (book), written by Florence Petersen, Sally Mitchell and Janet Love Morrison

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