Immigration of the Irish Quakers Into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750; With Their Early History in Ireland

 
9781236278241: Immigration of the Irish Quakers Into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750; With Their Early History in Ireland

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: ...dated 6 Mo. 8, 1708. Has lived some years with a Friend as a servant. Endorsed by Dublin Mtg. 6 Mo. 15, 1708. Samuel Combe, " Late of ye Citty Corke, Cooper, having transported himselfe and family to Pensilvania at Such time as severall friends of this place were Removing to that Country and not knowing he Should goe with them, they Layd their Intentions of going before our meeting time nor Season afterwards did not offer for his getting a Certificate to Cary with him wherefore Since his arrivall there he having writ unto a friend here to procure one for him." Said Samuel being a Bristol man, ' came over into this Country with his wife Some time after ye Wars ended to settle in Corke and follow ye Cooping trade and although he was observed to be a Laborious painfull man, ye world favoured him not with Success we hope and desire it may be better in that country where we suppose workmen of that Calling are not so plenty as in this nor materials to worke on Soe hard to be obtained as here." Clear in relation to marriage. Received 2 Mo. 28, 1710. Sarah Massey, wife of Samuel Massey, and daughter of Thomas Wight, of Cork, intending to go to America with i'her husband and tender babes." From Cork, Ireland, dated 7 Mo. 18, 17To. In To the Parliament of England (p. 1), issued by the Irish Friends, in 1659, Daniel Massey "aSouldier" for speaking a few words to "a Priest in the Steeple-house at King-sail," was imprisoned. Also at the same time and place Sarah Massey for discussing with the ' Priest' in her own shop was put in prison. In 1670, Daniel Massey " opening his shop in Bandon-bridge on Holy day was stoned and beaten."--(Holme and Fuller, A Brief Relation, 47.) In 1671, Sarah Massey, of Bandon, was impri...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 156 pages. Dimensions: 9.6in. x 7.4in. x 0.5in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: . . . dated 6 Mo. 8, 1708. Has lived some years with a Friend as a servant. Endorsed by Dublin Mtg. 6 Mo. 15, 1708. Samuel Combe, Late of ye Citty Corke, Cooper, having transported himselfe and family to Pensilvania at Such time as severall friends of this place were Removing to that Country and not knowing he Should goe with them, they Layd their Intentions of going before our meeting time nor Season afterwards did not offer for his getting a Certificate to Cary with him wherefore Since his arrivall there he having writ unto a friend here to procure one for him. Said Samuel being a Bristol man, came over into this Country with his wife Some time after ye Wars ended to settle in Corke and follow ye Cooping trade and although he was observed to be a Laborious painfull man, ye world favoured him not with Success we hope and desire it may be better in that country where we suppose workmen of that Calling are not so plenty as in this nor materials to worke on Soe hard to be obtained as here. Clear in relation to marriage. Received 2 Mo. 28, 1710. Sarah Massey, wife of Samuel Massey, and daughter of Thomas Wight, of Cork, intending to go to America with iher husband and tender babes. From Cork, Ireland, dated 7 Mo. 18, 17To. In To the Parliament of England (p. 1), issued by the Irish Friends, in 1659, Daniel Massey aSouldier for speaking a few words to a Priest in the Steeple-house at King-sail, was imprisoned. Also at the same time and place Sarah Massey for discussing with the Priest in her own shop was put in prison. In 1670, Daniel Massey opening his shop in Bandon-bridge on Holy day was stoned and beaten. --(Holme and Fuller, A Brief Relation, 47. ) In 1671, Sarah Massey, of Bandon, was impri. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781236278241

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