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Tatham & Settle Individuals connected to those who emigrated to Bucks County, Pennsylvania Province

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  • Matthew Wildman (1679 - 1741)
    Birth confirmed in Settle records: The Official Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial BMDs Service either Mathew Wildman 1678 Birth Settle, Yorkshire RG6/1116 or Mathew* Wildman 1682 Birth Settle, York...
  • Cuthbert Hairst (c.1600 - 1677)
    NOTES Should you look about modern Easington on a map, there is not much there but an expanse of farm land. Note that his remains were buried in Newton ie. Newton-in-Bolland, a bit to the south w...
  • Janet Hayhurst (c.1611 - 1667)
  • Agnes Stackhouse (1534 - 1564)
    was first wife. Had a child names Agnes with 2nd wife Anna.--------------------~•perhaps related to Thomas Carr of Stackhouse of that era, who left a will written 20 July 1549, as recorded in (page 162...
  • Alice Hawthornwaite Potts (1673 - 1729)
    ~• note : New Key may be a mangled spelling of Newhay, Selby, located half way between Leeds and Hull in Yorkshire ^ " (6) Alice CROASDALE born 3 8th month 1673. She married 22 1st month 1693 Middl...

~• a sub project of https://www.geni.com/projects/Middletown-Meeting-formerly-Neshamina-early-Quaker-settlers-of-Bucks-County/33484

Purpose

  1. To establish a better tree linking these Quaker families back along the Yorkshire/Lancashire border to those who emigrated to the settlements of Bucks County, Pennsylvania Province.
  2. To branch out along additional family lines in any locale by extending the general Tatham/Settle/Lancashire border area tree of the 16th and 17th centuries in particular.

Means

  1. Exploring the Parish records of Tatham and Settle.
  2. Inclusion of all Geni profiles that show promise of establishing marital and parental links
  3. Involving as many GENi profile managers as possible whose pedigrees include ancestors of this era.

Discussion

It was by the examination of a list of 16th and 17th century St. James Church weddings in Tatham parish, Lancashire that a significant number of duplicate surnames showed up in relation to 17th century Quaker emigration to Bucks County Pennsylvania colony. After careful analyses extra links between families are now becoming apparent. New profiles are being added and merges of existing ones are being done.

Please look at the annotated .pdf document now attached to this project: https://www.geni.com/documents/view?doc_id=6000000072444454107& as it is the core of this study.<br/>

Surnames (includes maiden names)

  1. ATKINSON Atkinson m. Jane Bond : Yorkshire / Thomas Atkinson & Jane Bond or Christopher Atkinson ; Mary Wildman ; John Atkinson
  2. BLAND ~•Martin Wildman (II) and Ann Ward were married (1678) at the Home of George Bland in Settle, Quaker ceremony.
  3. BOLDERSTONE ; Jennet Wildman
  4. BOND Jane née Bond m. Thomas Atkinson and emigrated to Bucks County
  5. CROASDALE ~• Quaker emigrant surname (Thomas Croasdale m. Agnes Hathornwaite)
  6. HATHORNWAITE ~• Quaker emigrant surname (Thomas Croasdale m. Agnes Hathornwaite)
  7. HAYHURST Elizabeth Croasdale (Hayhurst), died in Yorkshire of Settle m. Croasdale
  8. MALLORY (or MALLARIE) in Tatham
  9. PARKE Alice Wildman/Wildeman (Parke) (b.1617) who married Richard Wildman (b.c. 1613)
  10. PROCTOR
  11. STACKHOUSE ~• read, in particular, History of Craven Stachouse is a place name as well, from the time of Domesday involving a manor recorded as "Stacuse" (page 161) Thomas Carr
  12. SWINGLEHURST ~• an Ellen Swinglehurst m. Thomas Wildman in the CofE in1598
  13. TATHAM (thinly disguised his true faith. He was a Catholic. John Tatham of the Province of West Jersey
  14. THORNTON ~• Martin Wildman (I) m. Ellen Thornton in 1609 Church of England
  15. WARD ~• I've not seen the Ward name in Bucks County {~MMvB}
  16. WILDMAN ~• abundant Quaker emigrant surname originating in Tatham Fells