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From: "S. Newton" <>
Subject: [Q-R] Re: Welsh Quaker
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2006 13:53:27 -0800 (PST)

Amos Davies is mentioned in the Welsh sect. of Besse
(collected records of the sufferings of early Friends):
v.l, p.761-2, and on the same page is Evan Davies, but no Elizabeth, no Susannah.
In Wales, "From the Year 1687 to 1690. Taken for Tithes in Corn, Hay, Lambs, Wool, and other Things...
Evan Davies, and John Richards 0 7 6" [7 shillings, 6 pence]
"Amos Davies, and Susan Mansell 1 8 0" [1 pound, 8 shillings]

[To read the Besse text in the Earlham Digital Collection, see:
http://dqc.esr.earlham.edu:8080/xmlmm/docButton?XMLMMWhat=doclist&XMLMMWhere=21&XMLMMBeanName=toc1&XMLMMNextPage=/printAuthorList2.jsp ]

John Kelsal(l), probably the schoolteacherÂ’s father who died around 1685, is cited for the London area, v.1, pp.452, 462. Craggs are in the Westmorland section, v.2, pp.27,29,35-6, and also in Berkshire and Essex, v.1, pp.15 and 206-7.)

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