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Shoemakers AKA Cobblers

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  • John Scott, U.S. Congress (1784 - 1850)
    John Scott, (father of John Scott [1824-1896]), a Representative from Pennsylvania; born at Marsh Creek, near Gettysburg, Pa., December 25, 1784; moved to Alexandria, Pa., in 1806; engaged as tanner ...
  • Stephen Thomas Luce (1801 - 1872)
    Stephen Thomas Luce (1801-1872). Some sources call him Stephen A. Luce . He was a shoemaker. Stephen and his wife were converted to Mormonism by Wilford Woodruff , later President of the Church. Acco...
  • John Davis, of Gloucester (c.1608 - 1680)
    John Davis was of Gloucester in 1656 in which year he bought of Richard Window his house, barn orchard and land probably near Walker's Creek, in Gloucester, MA and moved his family there although he se...
  • John Johnson, of Andover (c.1607 - 1683)
    from John Johnson was born in 1609 in Herne Hill, Kent, England, a few miles west of Canterbury. His parents were  William JOHNSON and Susan PORREDGE.  He married Susann...
  • William Fellows (c.1609 - 1676)
    William Fellows was born most likely to Willyam Fellows of Foxton, Lincolnshire County, England around the year 1609. With a certificate from St. Albons Perish in Hertfordshire England, he sailed from ...