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Re: Irish Quakers in New Castle, DE 1746
Posted by: Sue Vickstrom Date: June 07, 2000 at 11:54:20
In Reply to: Irish Quakers in New Castle, DE 1746 by Warren Whiteside of 744

I have been following your exchange about Irish Quakers in New Castle, Delaware in 1746. My interest in these Irish Quakers goes back to the late 1600's. Thomas Conaway of Lisburn, County Antrim, married Mary Hollingsworth in Ireland. They emigrated to New Castle, Delaware and had three daughters. Thomas died in 1689 and Mary remarried to Randal Malin and had at least three more daughters. I have information on the Hollingsworth family back to Valentine and father Henry in Ireland. I am wanting to know more about Thomas and his heritage. I would also like to know if there were sons of the Conaway-Hollingsworth marriages. Thanks


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