|Posted By:||Milisia Hanlin|
|Subject:||Pencader Hundred, Iron Hill: Welsh Settlement 1709-1720, New Castle, Delaware|
|Post Date:||January 12, 2009 at 05:37:04|
|Forum:||New Castle County, DE Genealogy Forum|
Researching original settlers to the Welsh settlements of Pencader Hundred, vicinity of Iron Hill, 1709-1720, New Castle County, Delaware:
Interested in families of surname DAVID & DAVIS, of this area and of this 1709-1720 period....
“Among the settlers in Pencader in the vicinity of Iron Hill, from 1709 to 1720, are found the following names:
Rees David [transcribers note: variant spelling Davis],
Emlin David [transcriber’s note: variant spelling Davis];
Cornelius Vansant and
These formed the nucleus of the Welsh Tract Baptist Church, and many of them, after residing here a few years, moved… [End of P:951] [Start of P:952] “…to other places for the purpose of founding new churches."
Source Citation and Source Information:
History of Delaware: 1609-1888. Local History. John Thomas Scharf. Published by L. J. Richards, 1888. Item Note: V. 2. Original from Harvard University. Digitized January 29, 2008.
Interested in corresponding with other researchers of the surname DAVID & DAVIS, of this area, and their migration from the Welsh settlement of Merion Township & vicinity to Welsh settlements of Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, and further south to the Welsh settlements along the Pedee River, Briton's Neck, etc. of old Craven County, Camden, Cheraw & Marion Districts, South Carolina, of today's Marion, Chester, Newberry, Spartanburg, Union Counties, in South Carolina...