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> Subject:  [PaOldC] 1825    Merion Meeting Burial Records
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> Merion Meeting Burial Records
> 1825
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> John Jones of Lower Merion, Jan. 1, 1825, at an advanced age. Buried
> Jan. 1, 1825.
> John Jones, one of the Associate Judges of the County Courts, died
> Dec. 26, 1824, aged 80 years. Died at "Brookfield", Lower Merion.
> Will recorded at Norristown. Mentions wife Rebecca. Son Richard B.
> Jones. Bequeaths land in North Carolina to son Hugh Jones; and plantation
> "Brookfield", to son Richard Blackledge Jones. Signed June 15, 1824.
> Witnesses, John Elliott, Joseph C. Morgan, David Young. Proved Feb. 7,
> 1825.
> His wife was Rebecca, daughter of Owen and Susanna Jones of
> Wynnewood.
> The name of John Jones appears on the List of Taxables for Lower
> Merion, 1782; also, that of another John Jones, "Guff", meaning, "of the
> Gulph".
> John Jones (of the Brookfield family), afterwards Judge Jones, was a
> Revolutionary Soldier, and served in Capt. Israel Jones's Co., Philadelphia
> Co. Militia, 1780. See Penna. Archives Sixth Series, Vol. I, p. 724.
> U. S. Census, 1790, John Jones, Esq. 2 males over 16; 2 males under
> 16; 4 females; 1 other free white person; 5 slaves.
>
> R.P. died 1825. Buried in old ground. No. 11, Row V. A rough
> tombstone, with inscription nearly obliterated. Perhaps the tompstone of
> Rees Price, who died 1826.
>
> Jonathan Robeson died Feb. 22, 1825. born 4 Mo. 9, 1745. He was the
> son of John and Ann Robeson, of Mill Creek, Lower Merion.
> Will of Jonathan Robeson, Lower Merion, recorded at Norristown.
> Mentions sons Edward and Samuel. Daughter Ann Griffith, wife of Richard
> Griffith. Daughter Elizabeth Warnick (widow). Son Joseph. Daughter Mary
> Fisher, wife of George Fisher. Daughter Hannah Hagy (wife of Jacob Hagy).
> Son, Samuel L. Robeson, Executor. Witnesses, Benj. Humphrey, John Elliott.
> Signed Dec. 31, 1823. Proved March 5, 1825.
> John Robeson bought 152 acres from Edward and John Roberts,
> executors of the estate of Robert Roberts. John Robeson, by deed of 1791,
> conveyed the property to his son, Jonathan Robeson. Jonathan married Hannah
> and had a son Samuel Levis Robeson, born 1789. Also other children. He was a
> Revolutionary soldier.
> The name of John Robeson, with 150 a., and Jonathan Robeson, appear
> on the List of Taxables for Lower Merion, 1769.
> On the List of Taxables for 1780, are Thomas Robeson, John Robeson,
> Sen'r., John Robeson, Jun'r., and Jonathan Robeson.
> List of 1782-3, John Robeson, John Robeson (2), Thomas Robeson,
> Jonathan Robeson.
> In 1780, John Robeson, clergyman.
> 8, 27, 1721. Jonathan Robeson, of Amity twp., Phila. Co. son of
> Andrew, dec'd, and Elizabeth Morris, dau. of David Morris of Marple, at
> Haverford Meeting. Wit: Andrew and David Robeson; David, Isaac, Jonathan
> and Mordecai Morris.
> Jonathan Robeson married a daughter of Edward Williams of Blockley,
> and had children, Edward, Ann, Elizabeth, Joseph and Mary, all living in
> 1804.
> 5, 13, 1744. John Robeson of Merion, widower, and Anne Roberts, dau.
> of Robert of the same twp. at Merion Meeting House. Wit: Robert, Alice,
> Edward, Ellin, Jane, Ann, Hannah and Jane Roberts.
> 11, 18, 1812. Samuel Levis Roberts of Lower Merion, son of Jonathan
> and Hannah, latter dec'd., and Elizabeth Cleaver, dau. of Jonathan and
> Rebecca, of Upper Merion, at Tredyffrin Meeting House. Wit: Jonathan
> Robeson; Jonathan, Rebecca, William, Jr., Charlotte, Rebecca, Jr., Sarah,
> Theodosia, Lydia and Anne Cleaver.
> Census, 1790. John Robeson, Sr. (2,_,1); John Robinson (2,2,3);
> Joseph Robinson (4, _,2,1); Jonathan Robinson (3,3,5).
>
> Emily T. Roberts, born 12 th Mo. 29 th, 1795; died 3 rd Mo. 4th,
> 1825, No. 5, in Row C. See Ante.
>
> The following paragraph has been crossed out apparently by the
> author. (Daughter of Paul and Tacy (Davis) Jones, and wife of William Warner
> Roberts. She left a son, John, still living (1909).)
>
> Susannah Thomas, relict of Lewis Thomas, died March 20, 1825, aged
> about 75. Interred at Merion Meeting on the 22 d, from the residence of her
> son-in-law, Thomas Pratt. Poulson's Advertiser.
> Her maiden name was Roberts.
> Lewis Thomas and Susannah Roberts were married March 16, 1775. See
> Penna. Archives, Second Series, Vol. II, p. 244.
> Thos. Pratt and Hannah Thomas, m. Dec. 26, 1793.
> The Pratt family residence was situate on the Old Lancaster Road,
> above "Harvey's Lane" (now Highland Avenue.) The property was afterwards
> purchased by William Simpson from Susanna Pratt, dau. of Thomas.
>
> Owen Jones, d. 11, 1825, aged 81. Died May 11, 1825. Will proved in
> Philadelphia, May 16, 1825. Mentions wife Hannah. Speaks of property in
> Lower Merion, Philadelphia and Lower Dublin. Mentions nieces Hannah and Jane
> Foulke, daughters of sister Jane Foulke dec'd. Daughters of nephew Caleb
> Foulke. Charles Wister and Susanna Price, "children of my sister Lowry
> Wister". Sisters Hannah Foulke, Sarah Rutter, Susannah Nancarrow, Ann
> Jones, Rebecca Jones. Nephew John Wister and his son, Jones Wister.
> Nephew Edward Foulke, "son of my sister Hannah Foulke". Niece Susannah
> Foulke. Nephew, George Foulke. Executors, Friends Joseph Warner, James
> Sellers and Samuel Sellers. Signed June 15, 1822. Witnesses, Andrew D. Cash,
> T. J. Smith, John R. Pearson, Stevenson Smith.
> Owen Jones died May 11, 1825, aged 81. Poulson's Advertiser.
> Died, On Tuesday morning, aged 81. Owen Jones, for many years a
> respectable merchant of this city. Saturday Evening Post. May 14, 1825.
> Owen Jones married, 1 st. Mary Wharton; 2 d. Hannah Smith, No issue
> survive.
> Departed this life on the 13 th of July 1825, at Winwood, Lower
> Merion, Ann Jones, sister of the late Owen and Jonathan Jones. Poulson's
> Advertiser.
> They were the children of Owen Jones of Wynne wood, Provincial
> Treasurer, and Susanna Evans his wife (dau. of Hugh and Lowry).
> Owen and Susanna had a daughter Sarah Jones, (who married Samuel
> Rutter and had Thomas Rutter; Martha (who m. Howell Hopkins); Rebecca.)
> Sarah Jones Rutter died 1832.
> Other children of Owen and Susanna Jones, besides Ann, Owen, Jonathan
> and Sarah, were Jane, who m. Caleb Foulke; Lowry, who m. Daniel Wister;
> Susannah, who m. John Nancarrow; Hannah, who m. Amos Foulke; Martha (d.
> unm.); Rebecca (m. J. Jones.)
> Died, On the 13 th inst. in Lower Merion. Ann Jones, sister of the
> late Owen and Jonathan Jones. Saturday Evening Post, July 16, 1825.
> Phila. Directory, 1825. Owen Jones, gent. N. W. corner S. 2 d. and
> Spruce.
> Witnesses to Codicil, Richard B. Jones, Rebecca Jones, Enoch Walker,
> Jr.
> The will of Ann Jones, Lower Merion, is recorded at Norristown.
> Proved July 19, 1825. She mentions her bro. Jonathan Jones. Niece, Susanna
> Foulke, dau. of sister Hannah Foulke. Nieces, Martha Rutter and Rebecca
> Jones Rutter, daughters of sister Sarah Rutter. Executor, brother Owen
> Jones. Signed Aug. 12, 1821. Witnesses, Cornelius S. Smith, and Thomas W.
> Smith. Later Mentions (appoints) her sister-in-law, Mary Jones, widow of
> brother Owen, (executrix.). Mentions friend Hannah Stewart. Niece, Susanna
> Foulke. Ex. Friend Joseph Warner.
>
> Died on 4 th day 13 th inst., 1825 Edward Roberts, in the 71st year
> of his age. Funeral from the house of Wm. Rose, on the West Chester road,
> beyond Hamiltonville, this morning, (15 th) at 9 o'clock. Poulson's
> Advertiser. Died April 13, 1825.
>
> Died at the residence of Richard B. Jones, Esq. Montgomery County on
> the 5 th (August) 1825, Thomas Rutter of Phila. in the 35 th year of his
> age. Poulson's
> At "Brookfield", Aurora.
> "Brookfield", Lower Merion, is on the road to Conshohocken. It is
> now the property of Wayne Mac Veagh.
> Thomas Rutter is buried in No. 20,m Row E, the Jonathan Jones Row, of
> Wynnewood. With him are interred his mother Sarah Rutter and his sister
> Rebecca Rutter.
> On the 5 th inst., at the residence of Richard B. Jones, Esq.,
> Montgomery Co., Mr. Thomas Rutter, of this city, aged 35 years. Saturday
> Evening Post, Aug. 13, 1825.
>
> Mary P. Walters, 1825. The will of Mary P. Walters, Lower Merion, is
> recorded at Norristown. Proved Nov. 22, 1825. Mentions her mother, Jane
> Walters. Executors, Mother and Uncle Samuel Gibson. Signed 10 Mo. 29,
> 1825. Witnesses, Catharine Daugherty, Authur Mc Ginnes.
> 5, 23, 1788. Samuel Gibson, son of David and Mary of Kingsessing; -
> and Mary Price, Jr., daughter of John and Mary of Lower Merion, at Merion
> Meeting, Witnesses; David, Nathan and Mary Gibson; John, Mary, Joseph,
> Hannah, Rebecca, Edward and John Price, Jr.
> Sophia Price and Charles Daugherty were married Oct. 30, 1760. See
> Penna. Archives, Second Series, Vol. II, p. 201.






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       Re: Fwd: Re: [PAGREENE-L] Goshen Baptist + Methodists
   Date:
       Fri, 29 Jun 2001 18:35:58 -0400
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I've been missing how pages 338 and 339  of Howard Leckey's "The Ten Mile
[creek] Country and it's Pioneer Families"  tie the sw Ohio Methodists
together. But, 1st,
Jane and I were talking very sw Pa >sw Ohio Baptists and hopefully you
interested in
Baptists from e Cincinnati to Batavia will check hsdurbin's posts of the
1772+ Baptists of
very sw Pa. Donham,Crosley,Gerrard,Van Meter,Corbley,Sutton of sw Pa
peopled e
Cincinnati's forts.
So you see below,Jane mentions her JONES, and pg 338 has the JOHN JONES,
who I
had already tied to a cluster of sw Ohio's 1st Methodist circut riders,
Revs John Meek [ m Jones]
Rev Greenberry Ridgely Jones m Connell, and Rev Zachariah Connell,and Rev
Wm Page.
Page 339,goes from Jones right to the cluster of Methodists around my Rev
George Brown in
s Clermont. Lakin,Fee,Slaters,Hooks,Jacksaon's.
I grew up near the 2 little county Methodist churches of Lakin's Chapel
[p 339] and
Greenberry Methodist, p 338.    I studied this book years. Just never
made the connection of
the 2 groups,because Jones,Smith,Brown,Johnson,etc are the invisable
names of
genealogy.
The book,above,and hsdurbin's links to the Goshen-Muddy Creek-Corbley
Baptist records are great.

On Thu, 28 Jun 2001 19:14:14 -0400 Jane McCann Walsh <jmwalsh@hhs.net>
writes:
> Hi, Herm,
> If you have not yet seen these, I know you will appreciate them.
> The Joneses are my kin and then the Morrises are connected viat my
> Davis line.
> Best regards,
> Jane
>
> >From: "helen in pa." <hsdurbin@alltel.net>
> >
> >HI,
> >Dont know if this helps but, here is what I have:
> >http://www.geocities.com/hsdurbin/greene/goshen1.html
> >http://www.geocities.com/hsdurbin/greene/goshen2.html
> >http://www.geocities.com/hsdurbin/greene/goshen3.html
> >http://www.geocities.com/hsdurbin/greene/goshen4.html
> >Sincerely,
> >Helen in Pa.


   Date:
       Wed, 17 Oct 2001 08:08:47 -0600
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Subject:  [DALE COUNTY] As long as we're talking Joneses...
 

Since Dale, Henry, Pike and Houston Counties all have practically overlapped
at one time or another,  I'd like to re-post my Jones query:
JONES - Amanda Caroline Jones. The Henry Co., AL 1860 census says b. AL
1850 says b. FL on 27 Oct 1825, other Sellers lore says she was b. in the
Oree (Horry?) dist of SC.
Married Rufus Daniel Sellers bef. 1849 (oldest child b. Jan, 1849) maybe in
Pike Co., AL. She is supposed to have had a sister named Tempie, who married
Rufus Daniel's twin brother, Wright.   This is pretty certainly confirmed
recently, and the full name was Susannah Temperance.  In the 1850 Henry Co., AL
census, a woman named Susannah Jones is living with the Sellers family.  Her age is
68.
Also on the census are William Jones, 21, and Robert Jones, 20, both listed as having
been born in FL.  I have found a document in Henry Co. of an Amanda Caroline
Jones who might be a namesake of my Amanda.  She is listed in an Orphan's Court
report upon the heirs of David G. Jones -  February, 1847 as a minor at the
time.  There was also an accounting in Dec 1848.  My Amanda is probably too
old and is also married at the time.
If you have any information on this Jones, I would appreciate it.

Linda Dumas in TX


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Subject:  [PaOldC] 1825    Merion Meeting Burial Records


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Merion Meeting Burial Records
1825

        John Jones of Lower Merion, Jan. 1, 1825, at an advanced age.  Buried
Jan. 1, 1825.
        John Jones, one of the Associate Judges of the County Courts, died
Dec. 26, 1824, aged 80 years. Died at "Brookfield", Lower Merion.
        Will recorded at Norristown. Mentions wife Rebecca.  Son Richard B.
Jones.  Bequeaths land in North Carolina to son Hugh Jones;  and plantation
"Brookfield", to son Richard Blackledge Jones.  Signed June 15, 1824. 
Witnesses, John Elliott,  Joseph C. Morgan, David Young.  Proved  Feb. 7,
1825.
        His wife was Rebecca, daughter of Owen and Susanna Jones of
Wynnewood.
        The name of John Jones appears on the List of Taxables for Lower
Merion, 1782;  also, that of another John Jones, "Guff", meaning, "of the
Gulph".
        John Jones (of the Brookfield family), afterwards Judge Jones, was a
Revolutionary Soldier, and served in Capt. Israel Jones's Co., Philadelphia
Co. Militia, 1780.  See Penna. Archives Sixth Series, Vol. I, p. 724.
        U. S.  Census, 1790, John Jones, Esq. 2 males over 16;  2 males under
16;  4 females; 1 other free white person;  5 slaves.

        R.P. died 1825.  Buried in old ground.  No. 11, Row V.  A rough
tombstone, with inscription nearly obliterated.  Perhaps the tompstone of
Rees Price, who died 1826.

        Jonathan Robeson died Feb. 22, 1825.  born 4 Mo. 9, 1745.  He was the
son of John and Ann Robeson, of Mill Creek, Lower Merion.
        Will of Jonathan Robeson, Lower Merion, recorded at Norristown. 
Mentions sons Edward and Samuel. Daughter Ann Griffith, wife of Richard
Griffith.  Daughter Elizabeth Warnick (widow).  Son Joseph.  Daughter Mary
Fisher, wife of George Fisher.  Daughter Hannah Hagy (wife of Jacob Hagy). 
Son, Samuel L. Robeson, Executor.  Witnesses, Benj. Humphrey, John Elliott. 
Signed Dec. 31, 1823.  Proved March 5, 1825.
        John Robeson bought 152 acres from Edward and John Roberts, 
executors of the estate of Robert Roberts.  John Robeson, by deed of 1791,
conveyed the property to his son, Jonathan Robeson.  Jonathan married Hannah
and had a son Samuel Levis Robeson, born 1789. Also other children.  He was a
Revolutionary soldier.
        The name of John Robeson, with 150 a., and Jonathan Robeson, appear
on the List of Taxables for Lower Merion, 1769.
        On the List of Taxables for 1780, are Thomas Robeson, John Robeson,
Sen'r., John Robeson, Jun'r., and Jonathan Robeson.
        List of 1782-3, John Robeson, John Robeson (2), Thomas Robeson,
Jonathan Robeson.
        In 1780, John Robeson, clergyman.
        8, 27, 1721.  Jonathan Robeson, of Amity twp., Phila. Co. son of
Andrew, dec'd, and Elizabeth Morris, dau. of David Morris of Marple, at
Haverford Meeting.  Wit:  Andrew and David Robeson; David, Isaac, Jonathan
and Mordecai Morris.
        Jonathan Robeson married a daughter of Edward Williams of Blockley,
and had children, Edward, Ann, Elizabeth, Joseph and Mary, all living in
1804.
        5, 13, 1744.  John Robeson of Merion, widower, and Anne Roberts, dau.
of Robert of the same twp. at Merion Meeting House.  Wit:  Robert, Alice,
Edward, Ellin, Jane, Ann, Hannah and Jane Roberts.
        11, 18, 1812.  Samuel Levis Roberts of Lower Merion, son of Jonathan
and Hannah, latter dec'd., and Elizabeth Cleaver, dau. of Jonathan and
Rebecca, of Upper Merion, at Tredyffrin Meeting House.  Wit:  Jonathan
Robeson; Jonathan, Rebecca, William, Jr., Charlotte, Rebecca, Jr., Sarah,
Theodosia, Lydia and Anne Cleaver.
        Census, 1790.  John Robeson, Sr. (2,_,1);  John Robinson (2,2,3); 
Joseph Robinson (4, _,2,1);  Jonathan Robinson (3,3,5).

        Emily T. Roberts, born 12 th Mo. 29 th, 1795;  died 3 rd Mo. 4th,
1825, No. 5, in Row C.  See Ante.

        The following paragraph has been crossed out apparently by the
author.  (Daughter of Paul and Tacy (Davis) Jones, and wife of William Warner
Roberts.  She left a son, John, still living (1909).)

        Susannah Thomas, relict of Lewis Thomas, died March 20, 1825, aged
about 75.  Interred at Merion Meeting on the 22 d, from the residence of her
son-in-law, Thomas Pratt. Poulson's Advertiser.
        Her maiden name was Roberts.
        Lewis Thomas and Susannah Roberts were married March 16, 1775.  See
Penna. Archives, Second Series, Vol. II, p. 244.
        Thos. Pratt and Hannah Thomas, m. Dec. 26, 1793.
        The Pratt family residence was situate on the Old Lancaster Road,
above "Harvey's Lane"  (now Highland Avenue.)  The property was afterwards
purchased by William Simpson from Susanna Pratt, dau. of Thomas.

        Owen Jones, d. 11, 1825, aged 81.  Died May 11, 1825.  Will proved in
Philadelphia, May 16, 1825.  Mentions wife Hannah.  Speaks of property in
Lower Merion, Philadelphia and Lower Dublin.  Mentions nieces Hannah and Jane
Foulke, daughters of sister Jane Foulke dec'd.  Daughters of nephew Caleb
Foulke.  Charles Wister and Susanna Price, "children of my sister Lowry
Wister".  Sisters Hannah Foulke, Sarah Rutter, Susannah Nancarrow,  Ann
Jones,  Rebecca Jones.   Nephew John Wister and his son, Jones Wister. 
Nephew Edward Foulke, "son of my sister Hannah Foulke".  Niece Susannah
Foulke. Nephew, George Foulke.  Executors, Friends Joseph Warner, James
Sellers and Samuel Sellers. Signed June 15, 1822. 
Witnesses, Andrew D. Cash,
T. J. Smith, John R. Pearson, Stevenson Smith.
        Owen Jones died May 11, 1825, aged 81. Poulson's Advertiser.
        Died, On Tuesday morning, aged 81.  Owen Jones, for many years a
respectable merchant of this city. Saturday Evening Post.  May 14, 1825.
        Owen Jones married, 1 st. Mary Wharton;  2 d. Hannah Smith, No issue
survive.
        Departed this life on the 13 th of July 1825, at Winwood, Lower
Merion, Ann Jones, sister of the late Owen and Jonathan Jones.   Poulson's
Advertiser.
        They were the children of Owen Jones of Wynne wood, Provincial
Treasurer, and Susanna Evans his wife (dau. of Hugh and Lowry).
        Owen and Susanna had a daughter Sarah Jones, (who married Samuel
Rutter and had Thomas Rutter; Martha (who m. Howell Hopkins); Rebecca.) 
Sarah Jones Rutter died 1832.
        Other children of Owen and Susanna Jones, besides Ann, Owen, Jonathan
and Sarah, were Jane, who m. Caleb Foulke;  Lowry, who m. Daniel Wister; 
Susannah, who m. John Nancarrow;  Hannah, who m. Amos Foulke;  Martha (d.
unm.);  Rebecca (m. J. Jones.)
        Died, On the 13 th inst.  in Lower Merion.  Ann Jones, sister of the
late Owen and Jonathan Jones.  Saturday Evening Post, July 16, 1825.
        Phila. Directory, 1825.  Owen Jones, gent.  N. W. corner S. 2 d. and
Spruce.
        Witnesses to Codicil, Richard B. Jones, Rebecca Jones, Enoch Walker,
Jr.
        The will of Ann Jones, Lower Merion, is recorded at Norristown. 
Proved July 19, 1825.  She mentions her bro. Jonathan Jones.  Niece, Susanna
Foulke, dau. of sister Hannah Foulke.  Nieces, Martha Rutter and Rebecca
Jones Rutter, daughters of sister Sarah Rutter.  Executor, brother Owen
Jones.  Signed Aug. 12, 1821.  Witnesses, Cornelius S. Smith, and Thomas W.
Smith.  Later Mentions (appoints) her sister-in-law, Mary Jones, widow of
brother Owen, (executrix.).  Mentions friend Hannah Stewart.  Niece, Susanna
Foulke.  Ex.  Friend Joseph Warner.

        Died on 4 th day 13 th inst., 1825  Edward Roberts, in the 71st year
of his age.  Funeral from the house of Wm. Rose, on the West Chester road, 
beyond Hamiltonville, this morning, (15 th) at 9 o'clock. Poulson's
Advertiser.  Died April 13, 1825.

        Died at the residence of Richard B. Jones, Esq.  Montgomery County on
the 5 th (August) 1825, Thomas Rutter of Phila.  in the 35 th year of his
age.  Poulson's
        At "Brookfield", Aurora.
        "Brookfield", Lower Merion, is on the road to Conshohocken.  It is
now the property of Wayne Mac Veagh.
        Thomas Rutter is buried in No. 20,m Row E, the Jonathan Jones Row, of
Wynnewood. With him are interred his mother Sarah Rutter and his sister
Rebecca Rutter.
        On the 5 th inst., at the residence of Richard B. Jones, Esq.,
Montgomery Co., Mr. Thomas Rutter, of this city, aged 35 years.  Saturday
Evening Post, Aug. 13, 1825.

        Mary P. Walters, 1825.  The will of Mary P. Walters, Lower Merion, is
recorded at Norristown.  Proved Nov. 22, 1825.  Mentions her mother, Jane
Walters.  Executors, Mother and Uncle Samuel Gibson.   Signed 10 Mo. 29,
1825.  Witnesses, Catharine Daugherty,  Authur Mc Ginnes.
        5, 23, 1788.  Samuel Gibson, son of David and Mary of Kingsessing; -
and Mary Price, Jr., daughter of John and Mary of Lower Merion, at Merion
Meeting,  Witnesses;  David, Nathan and Mary Gibson;  John, Mary, Joseph,
Hannah, Rebecca, Edward and John Price, Jr.
        Sophia Price and Charles Daugherty were married Oct. 30, 1760.  See
Penna.  Archives, Second Series, Vol. II, p. 201.