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From: "Anita Arean" <>
Subject: [QUINN] David Quinn 1685
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 23:58:25 -0400
Does anyone know of descendants of this David? He traveled as a servant to a Thomas Webb who was given a large grant of land to establish a parish in Pennsylvania. When Thomas returned to England or Ireland later, did David return with him or stay in America? Could he have been father or grandfather to Loftin Quinn, b ca 1712 and died in NC? What to do next?
Name: David Quinn
Source Publication Code: 8370
Primary Immigrant: Quinn, David
Annotation: This excellent work contains over 3,000 names and an index to vessels. Reprints the following articles with corrections, additions, and new materials: "The Real Welcome Passengers," by Marion Balderston (no. 242) pp. 1-26; "Pennsylvania's 1683 Ships," (no. 236), pp. 75-120; "William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships," (no. 248) pp. 27-69; "Early Shipping to the Jersey Shore of the Delaware," by Sheppard and Balderston (no. 8390) pp. 135-138; "The Philadelphia and Bucks County Registers of Arrivals," compared, corrected, and re-transcribed by Roach (no. 7585) pp. 159-175, from Futhey and Cope, no. 2313, and Battle, no. 418. Includes "The Names of the Early Settlers of Darby Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania," by Bunting (no. 1018) pp. 179-185; "The Sailing of the Ship Submission in the Year 1682," by Dickson (no. 1587); "The First Purchasers of Pennsylvania," by Roach (no. 7570) pp. 195-208. Also includes "Digest of Ship and Passenger Arrivals in the Delaware" by Sheppard, pp. 121-126.
Source Bibliography: SHEPPARD, WALTER LEE, JR., compiler and editor. Passengers and Ships prior to 1684. (Publications of the Welcome Society of Pennsylvania, 1.) Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1970. 245p. Reprinted by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1985.