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A genealogical record of the descendants in the male line of Thomas Gawthrop : an early traveling Friend (Quaker)

Philip Evan Gawthrop
Gawthrop, Philip Evan (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, 1995-
v. : ill., facsims., geneal. table, maps, ports.

Notes

Contents: v. 1. Through the 8th generation.

Thomas Gawthrop (1709-1780), a Quaker, was born at Skipton, Yorkshire, the son of Hugh Gawthrop. He married Isabel Crosfield in 1735 and settled in the village of Gatebeck, near Kendal, Westmoreland County, England. They had six children, 1736-1743. Most of Thomas' life, he was a minister for the Society of Friends and traveled extensively in England and Scotland, and visited Ireland and America. His sons, James Gawthrop (1742-1807) and George Gawthrop (1743-1795), immigrated to America in 1770 and settled first at Nottingham, Pennsylvania. James Gawthrop died in Frederick County, Virginia, and is the ancestor of the Virginia and West Virginia Gawthrops. George Gawthrop died at London Grove, Pennsylvania, and is the ancestor of the Pennsylvania and Delaware Gawthrops.

Includes index.

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