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Re: James Critchlow and Sarah Likins
Posted by: r critchlow Date: March 07, 2001 at 16:47:26
In Reply to: Re: James Critchlow and Sarah Likins by Judy L. Gilleland-Rasheed of 131

James Critchlow born in abt.1708 settled out side Philly and was buried in Chester Co. It is said some of his children were born in Ireland ,but not documented. He may also have come from Barbados from the Critchlows there. There was a William Critchlow that signed a document in Long Is. in the mid 1600's, who may be the William in Barbados doing business in NY. There is a Richard Critch entered Va. in 1635 by way of ship the TRANSPORT, this may be Critchlow or Critchfield or Critch.
I only have a Lucinda Isenbaugh who married William Critchlow born in 1814 they had 13 children.


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