1 edition of Cope & Ashmead--history of Chester & Delaware Counties found in the catalog.
Cope & Ashmead--history of Chester & Delaware Counties
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" HISTORY OF DELAWARE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA " Cope & Ashmead--history of Chester & Delaware Counties book HENRY GRAHAM ASHMEAD Illustrated Philadelphia L.
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Cope, Gilbert, Historic homes and institutions of Chester and Delaware Counties. 2 Cope and Ashmead, History of Chester & Delaware Counties. Index Futhey, John S., History of Chester County. reel 34 Index to families and persons, History of Chester County. Garner, Winfield S., Biographical and portrait cyclopeida of File Size: KB.
Pennsylvania County Histories The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. The state borders Delaware and Maryland to the south, West Virginia to the southwest, Ohio to the west, New York and Ontario, Canada, to the north, and New Jersey to the east.
Cope and Ashmead, History of Chester and Delaware Counties, p. Information from original documents owned by the Garrett-Williamson Estate and supplied by Robert Mooney. Information supplied by Robert Mooney. Return to Table of Contents * Continue to Part II, Chapter IV: The Fox Chase, Stagecoach and Turnpike.
Historical Homes and Institutions of Chester and Delaware County, New York,2 volumes, quarto, pages (jointly with Henry Graham Ashmead). History of Old Kennett Meeting, at the Bi-centennial, History of Concord Monthly Meeting, th Anniversary, Baily Family, Lancaster, Pa.,quarto, pages.
Gilbert Cope was fifth in descent from Oliver Cope (c), one of William Penn's First Purchasers in England, who, arriving in Pennsylvania from Abury, Wiltshire, insettled upon his grant of land, on Naaman's Creek, just over the Circular Line, in New Castle County, present State of was the immigrant's son, John Cope.
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(New York: The Lewis Publishing Co., ), Obadiah Bonsall's descendants are given. 1 A paper read at Chester, Pennsylvania, 5 mo. 21,at the summer meeting of Friends' Historical Association in observance of the th anni-versary of the first arrival of William Penn in America, 2 Cope - Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Chester and Delaware Counties.
(Manuscript Notes. in detail upon one area. Chester and Delaware Counties in south-eastern Pennsylvania are well suited to this purpose.
There were many Quakers in this area. The two counties were highly diver-sified and thus contained most of the environmental conditions acting upon Friends in the early nineteenth century.4Author: Robert W.
Doherty. Gilbert Cope was fifth in descent from Oliver Cope (c), one of William Penn's First Purchasers in England, who, arriving in Pennsylvania from Abury, Wiltshire, insettled upon his grant of land, on Naaman's Creek, just over the Circular Line, in New Castle County, present State of Delaware.
CALEB PUSEY AND HIS HOUSE75 By Mary E. Williamson l Caleb Pusey, a son of William Pusey of Lamborn, Berkshire, was born in Berkshire, England, in He grew up among the Baptists. By trade he was a last maker. In early manhood he joined the Quakers, and moving to London was married there in to Ann Worley, widow of Henry Worley, late of London.
In Caleb Pusey, John Pusey. Chester and Delaware Counties were among the areas settled by seventeenth-century Friends. By the early 's the area was scattered with well established farms and had become the center of an anti-proprietary faction in the colonial assembly.
A coalition of Chester County farmers and Philadelphia artisans managed to. Some old Quaker meeting houses in Pennsylvania.
This page has pictures of old Friends meeting houses from the original three counties in Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, Chester (which included what is now Delaware County), and are also pictures of old meeting houses in Montgomery County (which was originally part of Philadelphia County), Lancaster County (originally part of Chester.
History of Chester and Delaware Counties. Philadelphia: Ashmead, Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert Cope. History of Chester County, Pennsylvania, denver bronco history of drafts Includes index, brief history of Delaware County, and portraits of early Delaware Delaware County (Pa.)--Directories.
Delaware County (Pa.)--History. dog breed. Chester & Lancaster Quaker Meetings; Image includes Delaware Co. Mar Bruce Matson: : City of Chester Landowners (History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania by George Smith, M.D., ) May Cyndie Enfinger: delcojpg: Delaware County, (Drawn by Benjamin Smith for the Delaware County Institute of Science) May Full text of "Annual Report" Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
Historical sketch of Chester, on Delaware. Ashmead. History of Delaware county, Pennsylvania. Immediately after Penn’s coming there is record of them in his first counties.
They were certainly present in Philadelphia County inAssessment Book, Chester Co.,p. ; of Bucks Co.,p. Ashmead, History of Delaware County, The Delaware, heretofore either allied with, or at least friendly toward, the Quakers, attacked along the Pennsylvania frontier, massacring many settlers.
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