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Re: Early Quakers in Maryland
Posted by: Aleita Huguenin (ID *****6992) Date: June 19, 2007 at 20:47:22
In Reply to: Re: Early Quakers in Maryland by Frank Comstock of 4759

My 8th G-grandfather William Spurgin (Spurgeon)was "transported" to Maryland in 1719 on the ship "The Margaret" with his brother John Spurgin (Spurgeon)to serve an indenture with Richard Snowden (tobacco and iron merchant) who was said to be a Quaker/ or the son of a Quaker. Are their any early records of SNOWDEN from Wales in Maryland Quaker records?


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