Our Real Daughter

Hannah Philips Eaches

All Daughters of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution has an ancestor that was a Patriot of the American Revolutionary War. A Real Daughter was not only a DAR member but also the daughter of a soldier or Patriot. You can learn more about these women here.

Hannah Philips Eaches joined the DAR on May 4, 1894, and was the first Real Daughter from Pennsylvania to join. She was the youngest child of Josiah Philips and his second wife Sarah Thomas. Lieutenant Josiah Philips served in the 7th Battalion Chester County Militia along with his brother Captain David Philips and Lieutenant John Philips. Their father, Joseph Philips, emigrated from Wales in 1755.

Real Daughter Hannah

Hannah Philips Eaches (Mrs. Eber)
April 6, 1802 – March 17, 1900
Chester County Chapter, NSDAR
Daughter of Revolutionary Soldier, Lieutenant Josiah Philips – Pennsylvania
Buried Morris Cemetery, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Grave marked by the chapter.

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Last updated: 2/14/23

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