Sarah Hollingsworth1

F, b. 1722
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Junior2 b. 12 Nov 1677, d. b 25 Mar 1757
Mother*Elizabeth Heald2 b. 26 Dec 1690, d. 1747
Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|James Heald the Elder|b. 2 Feb 1657/58\nd. 3 Jan 1736/37|p276.htm#i16519|Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart|b. b 27 Dec 1666\nd. 3 May 1708|p277.htm#i16590|
Birth*1722 Sarah Hollingsworth was born in 1722 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.3 
 She was the daughter of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior and Elizabeth Heald.2 
Marriage*May 1746 Sarah Hollingsworth married Aaron Harlan, son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald, in May 1746 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware; by Episcopal ceremony a Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, Del., 3 Mo., 1746, Sarah Hollingsworth, Friend.2,4,5,6 
Married Name3 November 1746  As of 3 November 1746,her married name was Harlan.2,4 
(Witness) Will30 November 1749 Sarah Hollingsworth witnessed the will of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.7,8 

Family

Aaron Harlan b. 1724, d. 1796
Children

Citations

  1. [S1258] Unknown author, Notes compiled by Mrs. W.B. Gove.
  2. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  3. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  4. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."
  5. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  6. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  7. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  8. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.

Sarah Harlan

F, b. 1747
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
Sarah Harlan|b. 1747|p87.htm#i4813|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Married Name Her married name was McPherson.1,2 
Death* Sarah Harlan died at Monroe, Kentucky.1,2 
Birth*1747 She was born in 1747 at Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
 She was the daughter of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
(Witness) Will30 November 1749 Sarah Harlan witnessed the will of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.3,4 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  4. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.

Mary Harlan

F, b. 10 August 1748, d. 2 September 1831
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
Mary Harlan|b. 10 Aug 1748\nd. 2 Sep 1831|p87.htm#i4814|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Married Name Her married name was Breede.1,2 
Birth*10 August 1748 Mary Harlan was born on 10 August 1748 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2,3 
 She was the daughter of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
(Witness) Will30 November 1749 Mary Harlan witnessed the will of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.4,5 
Death*2 September 1831 Mary Harlan died on 2 September 1831 at Tompkinsville, Monroe, Kentucky, at age 83.1,2,3 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  4. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  5. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.

Elizabeth Betty Beal

F, b. 16 June 1811, d. November 1868
Father*Thomas Beal1 b. 20 Dec 1789, d. 1873
Elizabeth Betty Beal|b. 16 Jun 1811\nd. Nov 1868|p87.htm#i4815|Thomas Beal|b. 20 Dec 1789\nd. 1873|p204.htm#i12521||||||||||||||||
Baptism*16 June 1811 Elizabeth Betty Beal was baptized on 16 June 1811 at Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; Name: Betty Beal
Gender: Female
Baptism/Christening Date: 16 Jun 1811
Baptism/Christening Place: Flamborough, York, England
Father's Name: Thomas Beal
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04621-3
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 1702872
Reference Number: item 31
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C10593-2
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 919168.2,1 
 She was the daughter of Thomas Beal.1 
Marriage*7 June 1835 Elizabeth Betty Beal married Thomas Pidd, son of Thomas Pidd, on 7 June 1835 at Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; England Marriages, 1538-1973
Groom's Name: Thomas Pidd
Bride's Name: Betty Beal
Marriage Date: 07 Jun 1835
Marriage Place: Flamborough, York, England
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04621-5
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 1702872
Reference Number: item 142 p 48
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M10593-1
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 919168.3,4 
Married Name7 June 1835  As of 7 June 1835,her married name was Pidd.3 
Census1841 Elizabeth Betty Beal and Thomas Pidd appeared on the census of 1841 at Bridlington, Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; Name:      John Nicholson
Age:      29
Estimated birth year:      abt 1812
Gender:      Male
Where born:      Yorkshire, England
Civil parish:      Flamborough
Hundred:      Dickering
County/Island:      Yorkshire
Country:      England
Registration district:      Bridlington
Sub-registration district:      Bridlington
Household Members:      
Name      Age
John Nicholson      60
Thomas Pidd      29
Elizabeth Pidd      30
George Pidd      4
Thomas Pidd      1
(Next door to Thomas and Susanna Beal.).5 
(Witness) Census1861 Elizabeth Betty Beal appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of George Nicholson Pidd at Pickering, Ontario, Canada; Name:      George Pidd
Gender:      Male
Age:      24
Birth Year:      1837
Birthplace:      England
Home in 1861:      Pickering, Ontario, Canada West
Religion:      W Methodist
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: W. Methodist
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Pidd      24
Elizabeth Pidd 50
Thomas Pidd 21
Robert Pidd 18
Layton Pidd 15
Mary Pidd 12
John Pidd 10
Ann E. Pidd 3.6 
Death*November 1868 Elizabeth Betty Beal died in November 1868 at Holland Township, Ontario, Canada, at age 57. 

Family

Thomas Pidd b. 22 Nov 1811
Children

Citations

  1. [S1288] Unknown compiler.
  2. [S212] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  3. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  4. [S1358] Unknown compiler.
  5. [S1359] 1841 England Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Class: HO107; Piece 1214; Book: 3; Civil Parish: Flamborough; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 9; Folio: 32; Page: 15; Line: 12; GSU roll: 464217.
  6. [S1354] 1861 Census of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1861; Census Place: Pickering, Ontario, Canada West; Roll: C-1057; Page: 30.

Samuel Harlan

M, b. 1754, d. 1 November 1831
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
Samuel Harlan|b. 1754\nd. 1 Nov 1831|p87.htm#i4816|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Birth*1754 Samuel Harlan was born in 1754 at Chatham, North Carolina.2 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
Death*1 November 1831 Samuel Harlan died on 1 November 1831 at Union, South Carolina.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

Joshua Harlan

M, b. 1756, d. after 1776
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
Joshua Harlan|b. 1756\nd. a 1776|p87.htm#i4817|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Birth*1756 Joshua Harlan was born in 1756 at Cane Creek, Chatham, North Carolina.1,2 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
Death*after 1776 Joshua Harlan died after 1776 at North Carolina; Killed by Tories in South Carolina during the Revoluntionary War. He was never married. p.37
Nathan Breede Harlan, son of James Harlan (No. 199), telling of his Uncle Joshua's death, as he had heard it from his father, said: "It was during the Revolutionary War. The officers sought to conscript him, but being a Quaker, he was opposed to war. He was hiding out not far from home. A sister's daughter, I think it was, took his dinner to him, and it was supposed tht the man who shot him saw where she went. That afternoon father was at work in the field and heard a gun go off near where his brother was hiding, and immediately went to him and found him shot through the thigh and bleeding rapidly. As soon as Uncle saw him, he said: 'Jeemes, I am powerful dry.' Having no vessel, he ran to a branch, filled his wool cap with water, took it to him and then ran to the house for help. They placed him upon a sheet, and started to the house, but he died before they could reach it." p. 38.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

George Harlan

M, b. 1759, d. 1813
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
George Harlan|b. 1759\nd. 1813|p87.htm#i4818|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Birth*1759 George Harlan was born in 1759 at Cane Creek, Chatham, North Carolina.2 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
Land*26 July 1770 George Harlan obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Deed Book A page 29
Aaron Harlon, Sr, for and in consideration of the great love and affection he beareth for George Harlon, granted one hundred seventy nince acres in Orange County, lying on the south side of Harlons Creek at a small branch called Rose Spring branch. Wit: Samuel Stewart, Aaron Harlon, Jr, John M. Larson.
Registered, Chatham County, Aug 1771. 26 July 1770 Chatham, North Carolina.3 
Land14 January 1773 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from George Harland sold to Mathew Jones for 250 pounds 150 acres, lying on both sides of Harland's Creek, Ross Spring Branch, by a deed granted to Aaron Harland by the Right Honorable John Carl Granville 2 Aug 1760, it being a tract granted to George Harland by deed ofgift from Aaron Harland his father. Wit:James Wilkerson, Elizabeth Wilkerson, Jesse Hays. 14 January 1773 Chatham, North Carolina.3 
Note*1779 He HARLIN , Aaron 1779 Colony, SC Resident Old 96th DISTRICT HARLIN , George 1779 Colony, SC Resident Old 96th DISTRICT in 1779 at Ninrty Six, South Carolina.2 
Move*1810 He in 1810 Indiana.4 
Will*before 1813 He left a will before 1813 at Union, South Carolina.5 
Death*1813 He died in 1813 at Indiana.1,4 
Probate*1 January 1814 His estate was probated on 1 January 1814 at Union, South Carolina.5 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S717] Chatham County, North Carolina Deeds.
  4. [S1217] Unknown author, "Some of the Harlans of Iowa."
  5. [S1233] HARLAN, GEORGE OF UNION DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT.

Jacob Harlan

M, b. 1762, d. 1798
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
Jacob Harlan|b. 1762\nd. 1798|p87.htm#i4819|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Birth*1762 Jacob Harlan was born in 1762 at Cane Creek, Chatham, North Carolina.2 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
Death*1798 Jacob Harlan died in 1798 at Union, South Carolina.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

James Harlan

M, b. 8 June 1765, d. 5 September 1842
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
James Harlan|b. 8 Jun 1765\nd. 5 Sep 1842|p87.htm#i4820|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Birth*8 June 1765 James Harlan was born on 8 June 1765 at Cane Creek, Chatham, North Carolina.1,2 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
Marriage*before 31 May 1787 James Harlan married Faith Edith Howard before 31 May 1787.1 
Move*1799 James Harlan in 1799 Big Pigeon River, Tennessee.2 
Move1800 He in 1800 Barren, Kentucky.2 
Move1817 He in 1817 Darke, Ohio.2 
Death*5 September 1842 He died on 5 September 1842 at Darke, Ohio, at age 77.1 
Burial*after 5 September 1842 He was buried after 5 September 1842 at Bethel Cemetery, Wayne, Indiana.2 

Family

Faith Edith Howard b. 16 Jul 1766, d. 20 Aug 1839
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

Valentine Harlan

M, b. 8 October 1766, d. 16 November 1852
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
Valentine Harlan|b. 8 Oct 1766\nd. 16 Nov 1852|p87.htm#i4821|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Birth*8 October 1766 Valentine Harlan was born on 8 October 1766 at Chatham, North Carolina.2,3 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
Death*16 November 1852 Valentine Harlan died on 16 November 1852 at Whitfield, Georgia, at age 86.2,3 

Citations

  1. [S500] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  2. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  3. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

Elizabeth Harlan

F, b. 1769, d. after 1790
Father*Aaron Harlan1 b. 1724, d. 1796
Mother*Sarah Hollingsworth b. 1722
Elizabeth Harlan|b. 1769\nd. a 1790|p87.htm#i4822|Aaron Harlan|b. 1724\nd. 1796|p86.htm#i4811|Sarah Hollingsworth|b. 1722|p87.htm#i4812|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|
Birth*1769 Elizabeth Harlan was born in 1769 at Cane Creek, Chatham, North Carolina.2 
 She was the daughter of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Hollingsworth.1 
Marriage*before 1790 Elizabeth Harlan married William Crow, son of Charles Crow Senior and Elizabeth (?), before 1790.1,3,2 
Married Namebefore 1790  As of before 1790,her married name was Crow.1,3 
Death*after 1790 Elizabeth Harlan died after 1790 at Laurens, South Carolina.1 

Family

William Crow b. c 1765

Citations

  1. [S500] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.

Aaron Harlan1,2

M, b. 24 October 1685, d. before 2 October 1732
Father*George Harlan3 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Occupation* Aaron Harlan was Yeoman.3 
Religion* He was Quaker; Friend.3 
Birth*24 October 1685 He was born on 24 October 1685 at Donnalong, Down, Ulster, Northern Ireland.3,2 
 He was the son of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.3 
(Witness) Immigrationcirca 1687 Aaron Harlan witnessed the immigration of George Harlan and Michael Harlan circa 1687 at From the "North of Ireland", New Castle, Delaware; Kennett MM records p. 392, (MR Ph 267, Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College).3,4,5 
Religion*5 December 1713 Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald were According to the usual good order of Friends, on 5 Tenth Month [December] 1713 Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald appeared before the monthly meeting to make known their intentions of marriage.5 
Religion2 January 1713/14 Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald were At the next meeting, held 2 Eleventh Month [January] 1713/4 Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald came for the second time before Friends, and "there appearing nothing to hinder they are left at their liberty to accomplish their intentions according to ye good order of truth."5 
Marriage*5 January 1713/14 Aaron Harlan married Sarah Heald, daughter of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft, on 5 January 1713/14 at Kennett Monthly Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; The following month, 6 Twelfth Month 1713/4, it was reported that the marriage had been accomplished on the 5th of the previous month in an orderly way.3,6,2,5 
(Witness) Will21 April 1714 Aaron Harlan witnessed the will of George Harlan on 21 April 1714 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.7,3,8 
Excommunication*20 June 1714 Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald were excommunicated on 20 June 1714 at Kennett Monthly Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; At a monthly meeting held 20 Fourth Month [June] 1714 it was reported that the wife of Aaron Harlan "is delivered of a child about five months and some few days after marriage, . . ." This was from the men's meeting minutes; similar action would have been taken by the women's meeting and minuted accordingly. In time they were both disowned for behavior that dishonored the witness Friends were trying to make to the world. Disownment meant they were no longer considered members, although they could continue to attend worship and be part of the Quaker sub-culture of their community.5 
Land*22 February 1719 Aaron Harlan obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from 11 Jany 1744 a warrant to accept this survey & to make return hereof for the use of Sam; Harland. Enquired of J. Taylor the time of survey any by what authority it was made. The above tract was surveyed by James Steels Order of the 12th February 1719/20 the 22nd of the same month. by J. Taylor
J. Steel in hi Order witht he land was to be at ye price of Dr. McFarlan's.

Return Aaron Harland, 143 acres, Aaron Harland's Survey now Sam'l Harland 143 ac, Chester County, Returned 12 Jan 1744.

22 February 1719 Chester, Pennsylvania.9 
Religion4 October 1728 He was Eventually Aaron and Sarah wanted to be officially reconciled with Friends and rejoin the meeting. On 4 Eighth Month 1728 the men's meeting minuted that "Aaron Harlan and his wife produced a testimony against their outgoings to this meeting which is read as satisfaction and appoints Joseph Mendenhall to read it in Kennett first day next and make report next month." The ink is too faded to read it in its entirely, but the main points are clear. The couple admitted they

. . . commit such folly as to be unlawfully concerned with each other before marriage and thereby brought trouble and disgrace upon ourselves and trouble upon our friends and also given occasion for the way of truth to be evil spoken of which we have been deeply affected with sorrow and trouble of mind for these several years and cannot be easy without giving this forth as a testimony against our outgoings and for the clearing the truth and friends[,] hoping for the future to walk more circumspectly and not to doe any thing that may bring reproach upon the gospel truth, witness our hands,
Aaron Harlan, Sarah Harlan.5 
Will*5 May 1732 He left a will on 5 May 1732 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania; Papers # 464, Will Book I, Pages 381 and 382, CHester County Court House, Westchester, PA.
From Wills of Chester Co. 1713-1748, page 63:
"Harlan, Aaron, Kennet, yeoman. May 5, 1732. October 2, 1732. A. 381.
Provides for wife not named inc real estate until son George is 21. To son George when 21 my now dwelling place being the last part of my tract of land on Brandywine, containing about 300 acres. To son Samuel when 21 the west part of said tract as lately surveyed by Zachariah Butcher containing 230 acres. To son Aaron when 21, my plantation in Kennet whereon my father in law now lives. To son Jacob when 21 an equal portion of my estate as either above named sons. To daughter Charity one gray filly. To daughters Mary and Elizabeth p20 each when 21. Lands to be valued and sons shares to be made equal. Executors: wife and friend Samuel Hollingsworth and Saml. Pyle and brother Joshua Harlan. Trustees. Witnesses: Thomas Strode, Geo. Hollingsworth, Dinah Heald."10,11,12  
Death*before 2 October 1732 He died before 2 October 1732 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.3,10 
Probate*2 October 1732 His estate was probated on 2 October 1732 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania; "A True & Just Inventory of the Estate Goods & Chattles of Aaron Harlan of the township of Kennett, late deceased," dated Oct. 31, 1732, and signed by Thomas Chandler, Jno: Heald and Joseph Mendenhall, totals L772, 07s, 08d.3,10,11 
Probate28 May 1740 His estate was probated on 28 May 1740 at West Caln, Chester, Pennsylvania; 1740. Aaron Harland. Docket 3. Miscellaneous papers 81.
The Extrs of the Aftate of AARON HARLAND Deced as also the principall Legatees who making some objections to an account formerly by the sd extr Exhibitted into ye Regrs office approved and the Said Courty by the consent of partiesrefferd the Settlemt of the Said accot to Henry Pierce Esqr, Thomas Cummings & William Graham or any two of THose who are to Auditt & Settle sd acct and make their report to the next orphans court.11,13 
Probate27 August 1740 His estate was probated on 27 August 1740 at Chester, Pennsylvania; At an orphans Court held at Chester the Twenty Seventh Day of August Ano Dom 1740 before John Crosby , Wm Pimm, Caleb Cowpland & Joseph Bonfall Esqrs Justices prsnt Aaron Harland onr of the sons of Aaron Harland Deced petitions the Court that being arrived at the age of fourteen years he may be allowed to Chuse his Guardian which is Ascribed & ha meks Choice of his Uncle Joshua Harlan who is there upon admintted also ordered that the Extrs of the said Decedt render a just account of their admon of the afd estate to the next orphans court.11,13 
Land2 May 1752 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Chester County Old Warrants, Volumer A, No. 16, Page 179 (Where survey in copies, Book A51, page 235, Kennet).
[Same as No. 85 Chester Old Rights, originally surveyed to Samuel Heald 18 Mar, 1715, Book D-65, p. 116. Returned 17 Mar 1734. Book D-82, p. 22.]
174 acres. Certified from copy of original survey by Jno Taylor, 6 Feb 1749/50. Samuel Heald in Kennett in the County of Chester now Aaron Harlan. Returned 2 May 1752. 2 May 1752 Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.14 

Family

Sarah Heald b. 19 May 1692, d. a 5 Feb 1747
Children

Citations

  1. [S1305] Kathryn Williams, Hale, Jacob and Martha Harvey Ancestors & Descendants.
  2. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  3. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  4. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  5. [S1326] Friends Historical Library, Newark (Kennett) MM minutes 1686-1739.
  6. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  7. [S501] James Henry' Lea, George Henry Lea, John Lea of Pennsylvania.
  8. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  9. [S1247] Harlan, Aaron Survey for warrant of 12 Feb 1719/20 Book -76 page 492, Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.
  10. [S1244] Laura Jones (Mrs. Richard H., Jr.) Thompson, Thompson, Dawson, Mendenhall, Harlan Genealogies.
  11. [S1249] Unknown compiler.
  12. [S1315] Jacob Martin, Wills of Chester Co, PA.
  13. [S1292] 1740 Aaron Harland Chester Co. PA Orphan Court Docket 3, Misc. papers 81 (Chester Co., PA Orphan Court).
  14. [S1245] Chester County, PA, Old Rights Index, Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.

Sarah Heald1,2,3

F, b. 19 May 1692, d. after 5 February 1747
Father*Samuel Heald4 b. 12 Nov 1668, d. 1736
Mother*Mary Bancroft b. 13 Jul 1673, d. c 1735/36
Adoptive fatherAlexander Lindsay d. a 12 Mar 1728
Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|William Heald|b. 10 Jan 1646/47\nd. 20 Oct 1677|p74.htm#i4269|Jane Dunbabin|b. c 1649\nd. b 9 Aug 1677|p74.htm#i4270|John Bancroft|b. c 1633\nd. 25 Feb 1699/0|p74.htm#i4271|Mary Janney|b. 6 Jan 1639\nd. 5 Mar 1706/7|p74.htm#i4273|
Birth*19 May 1692 Sarah Heald was born on 19 May 1692 at Mobberly, Cheshire, England; Register of Births belonging to the
Quarterly Meeting of Cheshire and
Staffordshire from 1648 to 1783
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1035 / Folio 20
Register of Marriages belonging to
the Monthly Meeting of Cheshire from
1658 to 1668, with a Register of
Births from 1654 to 1776, and a
Register of Burials from 1669 to 1758
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1398 / Folio 25
Full Name Sarah Heald
Date of Birth 19 July 1692
Parish of Abode Moberley
Registration Town/County Cheshire & Staffordshire
Father Samuel Heald
Mother Mary Heald.5,6,7,3,8 
 She was the daughter of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft.4 
(Witness) Immigration1703 Sarah Heald witnessed the immigration of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft in 1703 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...5,9,6,10 
Married Name2 November 1713  As of 2 November 1713,her married name was Harlan.5,6 
Religion*5 December 1713 Sarah Heald and Aaron Harlan were According to the usual good order of Friends, on 5 Tenth Month [December] 1713 Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald appeared before the monthly meeting to make known their intentions of marriage.11 
Religion2 January 1713/14 Sarah Heald and Aaron Harlan were At the next meeting, held 2 Eleventh Month [January] 1713/4 Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald came for the second time before Friends, and "there appearing nothing to hinder they are left at their liberty to accomplish their intentions according to ye good order of truth."11 
Marriage*5 January 1713/14 Sarah Heald married Aaron Harlan, son of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck, on 5 January 1713/14 at Kennett Monthly Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; The following month, 6 Twelfth Month 1713/4, it was reported that the marriage had been accomplished on the 5th of the previous month in an orderly way.5,6,12,11 
Excommunication20 June 1714 Sarah Heald and Aaron Harlan were excommunicated on 20 June 1714 at Kennett Monthly Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; At a monthly meeting held 20 Fourth Month [June] 1714 it was reported that the wife of Aaron Harlan "is delivered of a child about five months and some few days after marriage, . . ." This was from the men's meeting minutes; similar action would have been taken by the women's meeting and minuted accordingly. In time they were both disowned for behavior that dishonored the witness Friends were trying to make to the world. Disownment meant they were no longer considered members, although they could continue to attend worship and be part of the Quaker sub-culture of their community.11 
Will*5 February 1747 Sarah Heald left a will on 5 February 1747 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Sarah made her will, which she signed with her mark, on 5 February 1747/8. She described herself as weak in body, of Kennett township. She left each of her three sons 5/ to be paid within a year after her death. To each of her three daughters she left £20. Her cousin Martha WAY was left £4 when she became 18 years old. The residue of her estate was to be divided equally among her grandchildren then living. Her daughter Mary EVANS was named executrix. Sarah died in December 1747 in Kennett, and the will was proven 3 March 1747/8. The estate inventory was valued at £119.10.3. Something screwy with these dates. Her death in "December" was probably "Twelfth Month" which would have been February.13,5 
Death*after 5 February 1747 She died after 5 February 1747 at Kennet Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.5,14 
Burialafter 5 February 1747 She was buried after 5 February 1747 at Old Kennet MM Burial Ground, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.2 
Probate3 March 1747/48 Her estate was probated on 3 March 1747/48 at Chester, Pennsylvania.13 
Probate*19 September 1749 Her estate was probated on 19 September 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; John Laughlin and Mary his wife who was Executrix of Sarah Harlan deceased having exhibited their accots of their admininstration on said estate wch being read and heard and no materiall objection being made therefore allowed of & confirmed. 

Family

Aaron Harlan b. 24 Oct 1685, d. b 2 Oct 1732
Children

Citations

  1. [S1305] Kathryn Williams, Hale, Jacob and Martha Harvey Ancestors & Descendants.
  2. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.
  3. [S1302] Society of Friends, London Yearly Meeting.
  4. [S1325] Chester and Staffordshire, Quaker Births 1648-1783 (published).
  5. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  6. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  7. [S1316] John Humphrey, Pennsylvania Births, Chester Co 1682-1800.
  8. [S1286] Unknown compiler.
  9. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  10. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.
  11. [S1326] Friends Historical Library, Newark (Kennett) MM minutes 1686-1739.
  12. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  13. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  14. [S1308] 9-99. e-mail address, unknown subject in "e-mail address, 9-99.," listserve message unknown original date.

Charity Harlan

F, b. June 1714, d. 1764
Father*Aaron Harlan b. 24 Oct 1685, d. b 2 Oct 1732
Mother*Sarah Heald1 b. 19 May 1692, d. a 5 Feb 1747
Charity Harlan|b. Jun 1714\nd. 1764|p87.htm#i4825|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|
Birth*June 1714 Charity Harlan was born in June 1714 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania; At a monthly meeting held 20 Fourth Month [June] 1714 it was reported that the wife of Aaron Harlan "is delivered of a child about five months and some few days after marriage, . . ."1,2 
 She was the daughter of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald.1 
Marriage*March 1731 Charity Harlan married Joseph Hackney in March 1731 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware; Married by Episcolpal Church ceremonies.1,3,4 
Married NameMarch 1731  As of March 1731,her married name was Hackney.4 
Married NameNovember 1731  As of November 1731,her married name was Hackney.1 
Marriage*November 1746 Charity Harlan married Francis Baldwin in November 1746 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.1,3 
Married NameNovember 1746  As of November 1746,her married name was Baldwin.1,3 
(Witness) Will5 February 1747 Charity Harlan witnessed the will of Sarah Heald on 5 February 1747 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Sarah made her will, which she signed with her mark, on 5 February 1747/8. She described herself as weak in body, of Kennett township. She left each of her three sons 5/ to be paid within a year after her death. To each of her three daughters she left £20. Her cousin Martha WAY was left £4 when she became 18 years old. The residue of her estate was to be divided equally among her grandchildren then living. Her daughter Mary EVANS was named executrix. Sarah died in December 1747 in Kennett, and the will was proven 3 March 1747/8. The estate inventory was valued at £119.10.3. Something screwy with these dates. Her death in "December" was probably "Twelfth Month" which would have been February.5,1 
Religion*June 1747 Charity Harlan was After Joseph's death, Charity married for a second time at the same church in November 1746 Francis BALDWIN, son of Francis and __ (COBOURNE) Baldwin of Chester county. Charity was disowned by Centre Monthly Meeting in Fourth Month [June] 1747 "for accomplishing her marriage by a Priest to one not in unity with Friends."1 
Moveafter June 1747 She after June 1747 Chester, Pennsylvania.1 
Move*1760 She in 1760 Frederick, Virginia.1 
Death*1764 She died in 1764 at Frederick, Virginia.4 
Burial*after 1764 She was buried after 1764 at Green Springs Meeting, Berkeley, Virginia.1 

Family 1

Joseph Hackney d. 1745
Children

Family 2

Francis Baldwin d. 1764

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1326] Friends Historical Library, Newark (Kennett) MM minutes 1686-1739.
  3. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  4. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  5. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.

Thomas Pidd

M, b. circa 1840
Father*Thomas Pidd1 b. 22 Nov 1811
Mother*Elizabeth Betty Beal b. 16 Jun 1811, d. Nov 1868
Thomas Pidd|b. c 1840|p87.htm#i4826|Thomas Pidd|b. 22 Nov 1811|p86.htm#i4804|Elizabeth Betty Beal|b. 16 Jun 1811\nd. Nov 1868|p87.htm#i4815|Thomas Pidd|b. 1782|p137.htm#i8985||||Thomas Beal|b. 20 Dec 1789\nd. 1873|p204.htm#i12521||||
Residence* Thomas Pidd lived at Downey, Cedar, Iowa.1 
Birth*circa 1840 He was born circa 1840 at Flamborough, Yorkshire, England.2 
 He was the son of Thomas Pidd and Elizabeth Betty Beal.1 
Baptism9 February 1840 Thomas Pidd was baptized on 9 February 1840 at Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; Name: Thomas Pidd
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date: 09 Feb 1840
Baptism/Christening Place: Flamborough, York, England
Father's Name: Thomas Pidd
Mother's Name: Betty Pidd
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04621-4
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 1702872
Reference Number: 117
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C10593-1
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 919168.3 
(Witness) Census1861 He appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of George Nicholson Pidd at Pickering, Ontario, Canada; Name:      George Pidd
Gender:      Male
Age:      24
Birth Year:      1837
Birthplace:      England
Home in 1861:      Pickering, Ontario, Canada West
Religion:      W Methodist
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: W. Methodist
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Pidd      24
Elizabeth Pidd 50
Thomas Pidd 21
Robert Pidd 18
Layton Pidd 15
Mary Pidd 12
John Pidd 10
Ann E. Pidd 3.4 

Citations

  1. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  2. [S212] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  3. [S1288] Unknown compiler.
  4. [S1354] 1861 Census of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1861; Census Place: Pickering, Ontario, Canada West; Roll: C-1057; Page: 30.

George Harlan

M, b. 1716, d. February 1749
Father*Aaron Harlan b. 24 Oct 1685, d. b 2 Oct 1732
Mother*Sarah Heald1 b. 19 May 1692, d. a 5 Feb 1747
George Harlan|b. 1716\nd. Feb 1749|p87.htm#i4827|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|
Birth*1716 George Harlan was born in 1716 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2,3 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald.1 
Marriage*27 May 1736 George Harlan married Elizabeth Hope on 27 May 1736 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2,4,3 
(Witness) Will5 February 1747 George Harlan witnessed the will of Sarah Heald on 5 February 1747 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Sarah made her will, which she signed with her mark, on 5 February 1747/8. She described herself as weak in body, of Kennett township. She left each of her three sons 5/ to be paid within a year after her death. To each of her three daughters she left £20. Her cousin Martha WAY was left £4 when she became 18 years old. The residue of her estate was to be divided equally among her grandchildren then living. Her daughter Mary EVANS was named executrix. Sarah died in December 1747 in Kennett, and the will was proven 3 March 1747/8. The estate inventory was valued at £119.10.3. Something screwy with these dates. Her death in "December" was probably "Twelfth Month" which would have been February.5,1 
Death*February 1749 George Harlan died in February 1749 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2,3 
Burial*after April 1749 He was buried after April 1749 at Friends Burying Grounds Old Kennett Meeting House, Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.2 

Family

Elizabeth Hope b. Mar 1719

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  4. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  5. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.

Mary Harlan

F, b. 26 February 1717, d. after 19 September 1749
Father*Aaron Harlan b. 24 Oct 1685, d. b 2 Oct 1732
Mother*Sarah Heald1 b. 19 May 1692, d. a 5 Feb 1747
Mary Harlan|b. 26 Feb 1717\nd. a 19 Sep 1749|p87.htm#i4828|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|
Birth*26 February 1717 Mary Harlan was born on 26 February 1717 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
 She was the daughter of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald.1 
Marriage*1734 Mary Harlan married Owen Evans in 1734 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.1,3,2 
Married Name1734  As of 1734,her married name was Evans.1 
(Witness) Will5 February 1747 Mary Harlan witnessed the will of Sarah Heald on 5 February 1747 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Sarah made her will, which she signed with her mark, on 5 February 1747/8. She described herself as weak in body, of Kennett township. She left each of her three sons 5/ to be paid within a year after her death. To each of her three daughters she left £20. Her cousin Martha WAY was left £4 when she became 18 years old. The residue of her estate was to be divided equally among her grandchildren then living. Her daughter Mary EVANS was named executrix. Sarah died in December 1747 in Kennett, and the will was proven 3 March 1747/8. The estate inventory was valued at £119.10.3. Something screwy with these dates. Her death in "December" was probably "Twelfth Month" which would have been February.4,1 
Married Name23 October 1748  As of 23 October 1748,her married name was Laughlin.5,2 
Marriage*23 October 1748 Mary Harlan married Hugh Laughlin on 23 October 1748 at Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, Delaware.5,2 
(Witness) Probate19 September 1749 Mary Harlan witnessed the probate of the estate of Sarah Heald on 19 September 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; John Laughlin and Mary his wife who was Executrix of Sarah Harlan deceased having exhibited their accots of their admininstration on said estate wch being read and heard and no materiall objection being made therefore allowed of & confirmed. 
Death*after 19 September 1749 Mary Harlan died after 19 September 1749 at Blount, Tennessee.2 

Family 1

Owen Evans d. 1747

Family 2

Hugh Laughlin d. 1765

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  3. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  4. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  5. [S1249] Unknown compiler.

Elizabeth Harlan

F, b. 1720, d. before 26 May 1768
Father*Aaron Harlan b. 24 Oct 1685, d. b 2 Oct 1732
Mother*Sarah Heald1 b. 19 May 1692, d. a 5 Feb 1747
Elizabeth Harlan|b. 1720\nd. b 26 May 1768|p87.htm#i4829|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|
Birth*1720 Elizabeth Harlan was born in 1720 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
 She was the daughter of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald.1 
Married Name2 April 1743  As of 2 April 1743,her married name was Hollingsworth.3 
Marriage*2 April 1743 Elizabeth Harlan married Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd, son of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior and Elizabeth Heald, on 2 April 1743 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.3,1,4,5 
(Witness) Will5 February 1747 Elizabeth Harlan witnessed the will of Sarah Heald on 5 February 1747 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Sarah made her will, which she signed with her mark, on 5 February 1747/8. She described herself as weak in body, of Kennett township. She left each of her three sons 5/ to be paid within a year after her death. To each of her three daughters she left £20. Her cousin Martha WAY was left £4 when she became 18 years old. The residue of her estate was to be divided equally among her grandchildren then living. Her daughter Mary EVANS was named executrix. Sarah died in December 1747 in Kennett, and the will was proven 3 March 1747/8. The estate inventory was valued at £119.10.3. Something screwy with these dates. Her death in "December" was probably "Twelfth Month" which would have been February.6,1 
Married Namecirca 1767  As of circa 1767,her married name was Richeson.7 
Death*before 26 May 1768 Elizabeth Harlan died before 26 May 1768 at Union, South Carolina.3,7,1,2 

Family

Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd b. 25 Aug 1718, d. b Aug 1766
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  3. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  4. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  5. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  6. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  7. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."

Samuel Harlan

M, b. 1722, d. 2 July 1754
Father*Aaron Harlan b. 24 Oct 1685, d. b 2 Oct 1732
Mother*Sarah Heald1 b. 19 May 1692, d. a 5 Feb 1747
Samuel Harlan|b. 1722\nd. 2 Jul 1754|p87.htm#i4830|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|
Birth*1722 Samuel Harlan was born in 1722 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald.1 
Land*12 January 1744 Samuel Harlan obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from 11 Jany 1744 a warrant to accept this survey & to make return hereof for the use of Sam; Harland. Enquired of J. Taylor the time of survey any by what authority it was made. The above tract was surveyed by James Steels Order of the 12th February 1719/20 the 22nd of the same month. by J. Taylor
J. Steel in hi Order witht he land was to be at ye price of Dr. McFarlan's.

Return Aaron Harland, 143 acres, Aaron Harland's Survey now Sam'l Harland 143 ac, Chester County, Returned 12 Jan 1744. 12 January 1744 Chester, Pennsylvania.3 
Marriage*August 1745 He married Elizabeth Hollingsworth, daughter of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior and Elizabeth Heald, in August 1745 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.4,5,1,6,2 
(Witness) Will5 February 1747 Samuel Harlan witnessed the will of Sarah Heald on 5 February 1747 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Sarah made her will, which she signed with her mark, on 5 February 1747/8. She described herself as weak in body, of Kennett township. She left each of her three sons 5/ to be paid within a year after her death. To each of her three daughters she left £20. Her cousin Martha WAY was left £4 when she became 18 years old. The residue of her estate was to be divided equally among her grandchildren then living. Her daughter Mary EVANS was named executrix. Sarah died in December 1747 in Kennett, and the will was proven 3 March 1747/8. The estate inventory was valued at £119.10.3. Something screwy with these dates. Her death in "December" was probably "Twelfth Month" which would have been February.7,1 
Move*1753 Samuel Harlan in 1753 Chatham, North Carolina.4,6,8,9 
Death*2 July 1754 He died on 2 July 1754 at Orange, North Carolina.10,2 
Probate*after 2 July 1754 His estate was probated after 2 July 1754 at Orange, North Carolina; Court of July 1754. "On motion of Richard Parker the last will and testament of SAMUEL HARLAN and the codicil annexed thereto was proved in open court by the oath of James Vassey (?) and affirmation of Valentine Hollingsworth, Quaker. Elizabeth Harlan widow of the deceased and Aaron Harland, Executors thereof, qualified as such..."11 

Family

Elizabeth Hollingsworth b. 1720, d. a 1759
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  3. [S1247] Harlan, Aaron Survey for warrant of 12 Feb 1719/20 Book -76 page 492, Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.
  4. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  5. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  6. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  7. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  8. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  9. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  10. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."
  11. [S1243] Ruth Herndon Shields, Orange County, NC Wills 1752-1800.

Jacob Harlan

M, b. 1726, d. after 1726
Father*Aaron Harlan b. 24 Oct 1685, d. b 2 Oct 1732
Mother*Sarah Heald1 b. 19 May 1692, d. a 5 Feb 1747
Jacob Harlan|b. 1726\nd. a 1726|p87.htm#i4831|Aaron Harlan|b. 24 Oct 1685\nd. b 2 Oct 1732|p87.htm#i4823|Sarah Heald|b. 19 May 1692\nd. a 5 Feb 1747|p87.htm#i4824|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|Samuel Heald|b. 12 Nov 1668\nd. 1736|p88.htm#i4850|Mary Bancroft|b. 13 Jul 1673\nd. c 1735/36|p88.htm#i4851|
Birth*1726 Jacob Harlan was born in 1726 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
Burial*after 1726 He was buried after 1726 at Friends Burying Grounds Old Kennett Meeting House, Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.3 
Death*after 1726 He died after 1726 at Kennett Township, Chester, Pennsylvania; Died young.1,3 
 He was the son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald.1 

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  3. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.

Valentine Hollingsworth Junior1

M, b. 12 November 1677, d. before 25 March 1757
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Senior b. 15 Aug 1632, d. 13 Oct 1710
Mother*Ann Calvert b. 9 Nov 1650, d. 17 Oct 1697
Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|Henry Hollingsworth|b. 7 Sep 1598\nd. b 27 Oct 1675|p97.htm#i5725|Katherine W. Ree|b. 25 Apr 1595\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p141.htm#i9183|Thomas Calvert|b. 11 Apr 1617\nd. b 17 Feb 1686|p140.htm#i9165|Jane G. Glasford|b. c 1626|p273.htm#i16355|
Birth*12 November 1677 Valentine Hollingsworth Junior was born on 12 November 1677 at Belleniskcrannel, Parish Of Seagoe, Armagh, Northern Ireland; Vallantine Hollingsworth third son of Vallantine Hollingsworth, and of Ann his wife was borne at Bellenickcrannell aforesaid the twelueth day of the eleuenth month Anno Dom. 1677.1,2,3,4,5 
 He was the son of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert
(Witness) Immigration10 December 1682 Valentine Hollingsworth Junior witnessed the immigration of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior on 10 December 1682 at Delaware River, Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine now had enough. If a woman could start and seize his goods, what would happen next year! Anyway, William Penn had been in his area and had promised religious freedom to him and his in Pennsylvania. So, on the 25th day of the 5th month, 1682, Valentine Hollingsworth asked Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Ireland, for a certificate of removal for himself '& also for ye rest yt go with him.' He probably sailed within a month. His son, Samuel Hollingsworth, in making a deposition before the Mayor of Philadelphia, said, "they came into Pennsylvania in the latter part of 1682, and were at Chester, Pennsylvania, the say that Willilam Penn arrived." From this it appears that Valentine and all his family except Henry, probably arrived a month before the arrival of Penn.

Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr. transported his family group and John Musgrave, an indentured servant, aboard The Antelope, with Edward Cooke, Master, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, as part of William Penn's Quaker settlements of Pennsylvania, arriving during ye 10th month of 1682? (or December 1682 by modern reckoning).1,6,7,8,9 
Marriage*2 May 1713 Valentine Hollingsworth Junior married Elizabeth Heald, daughter of James Heald the Elder and Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart, on 2 May 1713 at New Castle, New Castle, Delaware; The minutes of Kennett (Newark) Monthly Meeting of Friends, publihed in HR 3:114, item 5 show that Valentine Hollingsworth and Elizabeth Heald published their intention to marry by minute dated 2 Mo. (April) 4, 1713. Nothing else. Hollingsworth Register, v. 9, no. 2, says intention to marry pulished in Kennett (Newark) Monthly Meeting of Friends, HR 3:114, item 5.1,10,11,12,4,13,5 
Census1715 Valentine Hollingsworth Junior appeared on the census of 1715 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. Provincial. page 18.14 
Census1718 He appeared on the census of 1718 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 3.14 
Census1719/20 He appeared on the census of 1719/20 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 20.14 
Census1721 He appeared on the census of 1721 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 11.14 
Census1720/21 He appeared on the census of 1720/21 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 11.14 
Census1722 He appeared on the census of 1722 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 17.14 
Census1725 He appeared on the census of 1725 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 14.14 
Census1724/25 He appeared on the census of 1724/25 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 25.14 
Census1726/27 He appeared on the census of 1726/27 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 15.14 
Census1729 He appeared on the census of 1729 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 61.14 
Census1729 He appeared on the census of 1729 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 10.14 
Census1730 He appeared on the census of 1730 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County. page 12.14 
Census1734/35 He appeared on the census of 1734/35 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-12A). page 30.14 
Census1735/36 He appeared on the census of 1735/36 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-13A). page 40.14 
(Witness) Will26 January 1736 He witnessed the will of James Heald the Elder on 26 January 1736 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England; Left will in Morley, Parish of Wilmslow, proved 1740. Names son James of Moberly; Anne Heald, James' wife; Mary wife of John Taylor; Sarah, wife of John Allcock; grandson Samuel Taylor; daughter Elizabeth Hollingsworth wife of Valentine; granddaughter Sarah Allcock; Peter Taylor (relationship not specified).15,16 
Census1737/38 Valentine Hollingsworth Junior appeared on the census of 1737/38 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-14B). page 9.14 
Census1739 He appeared on the census of 1739 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-15). page 12.14 
Census1740 He appeared on the census of 1740 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania; Landholder. County (C-16). page 14.14 
Will*30 November 1749 He left a will on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.10,17 
Census*1750 He appeared on the census of 1750 at Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.18 
Death*before 25 March 1757 He died before 25 March 1757 at Kennet Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,3,4,5 
Probate*25 March 1757 His estate was probated on 25 March 1757 at Chester, Pennsylvania.10,17,4 

Family

Elizabeth Heald b. 26 Dec 1690, d. 1747
Children

Citations

  1. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  2. [S1222] John V. Hollingsworth, "Lurgan Quaker Meeting Records."
  3. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."
  4. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  5. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  6. [S1295] MARION BALDERSTON, "William Penn's Twenty-Three Ships."
  7. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  8. [S1216] "The DESCENDANTS OF VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, SR. SOCIETY (DVHSS)."
  9. [S1296] ALBERT COOK MYERS, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  10. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  11. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  12. [S1264] "Kennett (Newark) Monthly Meeting of Friends."
  13. [S435] Yates Publishing, 2004.
  14. [S1297] 1715-40 Tax Index, Chester County, PA, p. 51.
  15. [S1263] Heald James, Will, 1736, Mobberley, Cheshire, UK.
  16. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  17. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  18. [S1291] 1750 Tax Index, Chester County, PA, p. 52.
  19. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.

Elizabeth Heald1,2

F, b. 26 December 1690, d. 1747
Father*James Heald the Elder3 b. 2 Feb 1657/58, d. 3 Jan 1736/37
Mother*Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart b. b 27 Dec 1666, d. 3 May 1708
Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|James Heald the Elder|b. 2 Feb 1657/58\nd. 3 Jan 1736/37|p276.htm#i16519|Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart|b. b 27 Dec 1666\nd. 3 May 1708|p277.htm#i16590|Thomas Heald|b. c 1620\nd. 23 Feb 1699/0|p283.htm#i16856|Elizabeth Hobson|b. 1624\nd. 10 Jul 1664|p98.htm#i5740|Henry Steward|b. c 1638\nd. 1682|p98.htm#i5737||||
Birth*26 December 1690 Elizabeth Heald was born on 26 December 1690 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England; Register of Marriages belonging to the Monthly Meeting of Cheshire from 1658 to 1668, with a Register of Births from 1654 to 1776, and a Register of Burials from 1669 to 1758
TNA Reference RG6 / Piece 1398 / Folio 25
Full Name Eliza Heald
Date of Birth 26 December 1690
Place of Abode Mobberley
Registration Town/County Cheshire
Father James Heald
Mother Elizabeth Heald.4,1,5 
 She was the daughter of James Heald the Elder and Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart.3 
(Witness) Immigration1703 Elizabeth Heald witnessed the immigration of Samuel Heald and Mary Bancroft in 1703 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Samuel and Mary came to America in 1703, bringing with them a certificate from Mobberly Monthly Meeting to Friends in Philadelphia, and bearing date 10, 3, 1702.
Elizabeth [Heald] came to America with her cousins, Samuel and John Heald.
John Heald, Yeoman, Friend, came from Cheshire, England, to America in 1703, and settled upon a farm in Kennett...6,4,7,8 
Marriage*2 May 1713 Elizabeth Heald married Valentine Hollingsworth Junior, son of Valentine Hollingsworth Senior and Ann Calvert, on 2 May 1713 at New Castle, New Castle, Delaware; The minutes of Kennett (Newark) Monthly Meeting of Friends, publihed in HR 3:114, item 5 show that Valentine Hollingsworth and Elizabeth Heald published their intention to marry by minute dated 2 Mo. (April) 4, 1713. Nothing else. Hollingsworth Register, v. 9, no. 2, says intention to marry pulished in Kennett (Newark) Monthly Meeting of Friends, HR 3:114, item 5.2,9,10,11,4,12,13 
Married Name2 May 1713  As of 2 May 1713,her married name was Hollingsworth.2,9 
(Witness) Will26 January 1736 Elizabeth Heald witnessed the will of James Heald the Elder on 26 January 1736 at Mobberley, Cheshire, England; Left will in Morley, Parish of Wilmslow, proved 1740. Names son James of Moberly; Anne Heald, James' wife; Mary wife of John Taylor; Sarah, wife of John Allcock; grandson Samuel Taylor; daughter Elizabeth Hollingsworth wife of Valentine; granddaughter Sarah Allcock; Peter Taylor (relationship not specified).3,7 
Death*1747 Elizabeth Heald died in 1747 at Kennet Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.10 

Family

Valentine Hollingsworth Junior b. 12 Nov 1677, d. b 25 Mar 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S1302] Society of Friends, London Yearly Meeting.
  2. [S145] Albert Cook Myers, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania.
  3. [S1263] Heald James, Will, 1736, Mobberley, Cheshire, UK.
  4. [S1280] Finley-McFarling Family History, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cascgs/
  5. [S1286] Unknown compiler.
  6. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  7. [S1284] Mary Heald Schreck, Heald, Samuel, Ancestors & Descendants, 1830-1913.
  8. [S1290] Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia 1682-1750.
  9. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  10. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  11. [S1264] "Kennett (Newark) Monthly Meeting of Friends."
  12. [S435] Yates Publishing, 2004.
  13. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.

James Hollingsworth

M, b. 1714, d. 5 March 1763
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Junior b. 12 Nov 1677, d. b 25 Mar 1757
Mother*Elizabeth Heald b. 26 Dec 1690, d. 1747
James Hollingsworth|b. 1714\nd. 5 Mar 1763|p87.htm#i4834|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|James Heald the Elder|b. 2 Feb 1657/58\nd. 3 Jan 1736/37|p276.htm#i16519|Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart|b. b 27 Dec 1666\nd. 3 May 1708|p277.htm#i16590|
Birth*1714 James Hollingsworth was born in 1714 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 
 He was the son of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior and Elizabeth Heald
Marriage*12 February 1747 James Hollingsworth married Mary Harvey on 12 February 1747 at Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.2,1,3 
(Witness) Will30 November 1749 James Hollingsworth witnessed the will of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.2,4 
Death*5 March 1763 James Hollingsworth died on 5 March 1763 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 

Family

Mary Harvey b. 1729
Children

Citations

  1. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  2. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  3. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."
  4. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.

Rachel Hollingsworth

F, b. 1716
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Junior b. 12 Nov 1677, d. b 25 Mar 1757
Mother*Elizabeth Heald b. 26 Dec 1690, d. 1747
Rachel Hollingsworth|b. 1716|p87.htm#i4835|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|James Heald the Elder|b. 2 Feb 1657/58\nd. 3 Jan 1736/37|p276.htm#i16519|Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart|b. b 27 Dec 1666\nd. 3 May 1708|p277.htm#i16590|
Birth*1716 Rachel Hollingsworth was born in 1716 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 
 She was the daughter of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior and Elizabeth Heald
Married Namebefore 1737  As of before 1737,her married name was Hope.2,3 
Married Name13 February 1738  As of 13 February 1738,her married name was Barns.1 
(Witness) Will30 November 1749 Rachel Hollingsworth witnessed the will of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.2,4 

Citations

  1. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  2. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  3. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  4. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.

Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd

M, b. 25 August 1718, d. before August 1766
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Junior b. 12 Nov 1677, d. b 25 Mar 1757
Mother*Elizabeth Heald b. 26 Dec 1690, d. 1747
Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd|b. 25 Aug 1718\nd. b Aug 1766|p87.htm#i4836|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|James Heald the Elder|b. 2 Feb 1657/58\nd. 3 Jan 1736/37|p276.htm#i16519|Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart|b. b 27 Dec 1666\nd. 3 May 1708|p277.htm#i16590|
Birth*25 August 1718 Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd was born on 25 August 1718 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
 He was the son of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior and Elizabeth Heald
Marriage*2 April 1743 Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd married Elizabeth Harlan, daughter of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald, on 2 April 1743 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.1,3,4,5 
(Witness) Will30 November 1749 Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd witnessed the will of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.6,7 
Census*1755 Valentine Hollingsworth 3rd appeared on the census of 1755 at Orange, North Carolina.8 
Land*15 March 1755 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from North Carolina Archives Online
Mars
Secretary of State Record Group
Granville Proprietary Land Office: Land Entries, Warrants, and Plats of Survey
Orange County, Ha-Ho
Title Hollingsworth, Valentine. Orange Co.
Years: 1755, 1756, 1760
Creator: Office of Secretary of State, Granville Proprietary Land Office
Call Number: S.108.270 - S.108.283
Location: MFR
MARS Id: 12.12.60.64 (Folder)
Abstract:
Warrant: 1755 March 15. 640 acres
Descriptive references for land: Haw River, Cane Creek,
Henry Holliday Plat: 1756 April 7. 420 acres
Descriptive references for land: Cane Creek, Haw River, Hugh Laughlan
Chain carriers: Hugh Laughlan, Thomas Green
Surveyor: William Churton Deed Issued: 1760 August 2
Note: For deed see 12.13.92.22 15 March 1755 Orange, North Carolina.9 
Death*before August 1766 He died before August 1766 at Orange, North Carolina.1,2 

Family

Elizabeth Harlan b. 1720, d. b 26 May 1768
Children

Citations

  1. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  2. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  3. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  4. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  5. [S1298] George Norbury, ed. Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the United States of America.
  6. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  7. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  8. [S1254] 1755 North Carolina Census, Orange County, North Carolina, unknown record info.
  9. [S1256] 1755 Orange Co., NC Valentine Hollingsworth, North Carolina State Archives.

Robert Pidd

M, b. 1 November 1842, d. 7 October 1928
Father*Thomas Pidd1 b. 22 Nov 1811
Mother*Elizabeth Betty Beal b. 16 Jun 1811, d. Nov 1868
Robert Pidd|b. 1 Nov 1842\nd. 7 Oct 1928|p87.htm#i4837|Thomas Pidd|b. 22 Nov 1811|p86.htm#i4804|Elizabeth Betty Beal|b. 16 Jun 1811\nd. Nov 1868|p87.htm#i4815|Thomas Pidd|b. 1782|p137.htm#i8985||||Thomas Beal|b. 20 Dec 1789\nd. 1873|p204.htm#i12521||||
Birth*1 November 1842 Robert Pidd was born on 1 November 1842 at Flamborough, Yorkshire, England.2 
 He was the son of Thomas Pidd and Elizabeth Betty Beal.1 
Baptism13 November 1842 Robert Pidd was baptized on 13 November 1842 at Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; Name: Robert Pidd
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date: 13 Nov 1842
Baptism/Christening Place: Flamborough, York, England
Father's Name: Thomas Pidd
Mother's Name: Betty Pidd
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I04621-4
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 1702872
Reference Number: 131
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C10593-1
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 919168.3 
(Witness) Census1861 He appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of George Nicholson Pidd at Pickering, Ontario, Canada; Name:      George Pidd
Gender:      Male
Age:      24
Birth Year:      1837
Birthplace:      England
Home in 1861:      Pickering, Ontario, Canada West
Religion:      W Methodist
Occupation: Farmer
Religion: W. Methodist
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Pidd      24
Elizabeth Pidd 50
Thomas Pidd 21
Robert Pidd 18
Layton Pidd 15
Mary Pidd 12
John Pidd 10
Ann E. Pidd 3.4 
Marriage*24 March 1864 Robert Pidd married Grace Chapman, daughter of Ingram Chapman and Grace Temple, on 24 March 1864 at Ontario, Canada.1 
Immigration*1870 Robert Pidd immigrated in 1870 to Michigan. 
Death*7 October 1928 He died on 7 October 1928 at Decker, Michigan, at age 85. 

Family

Grace Chapman b. 12 Apr 1845, d. 13 Mar 1927
Children

Citations

  1. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  2. [S212] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  3. [S1288] Unknown compiler.
  4. [S1354] 1861 Census of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1861; Census Place: Pickering, Ontario, Canada West; Roll: C-1057; Page: 30.

Elizabeth Hollingsworth

F, b. 1720, d. after 1759
Father*Valentine Hollingsworth Junior b. 12 Nov 1677, d. b 25 Mar 1757
Mother*Elizabeth Heald b. 26 Dec 1690, d. 1747
Elizabeth Hollingsworth|b. 1720\nd. a 1759|p87.htm#i4838|Valentine Hollingsworth Junior|b. 12 Nov 1677\nd. b 25 Mar 1757|p87.htm#i4832|Elizabeth Heald|b. 26 Dec 1690\nd. 1747|p87.htm#i4833|Valentine Hollingsworth Senior|b. 15 Aug 1632\nd. 13 Oct 1710|p88.htm#i4859|Ann Calvert|b. 9 Nov 1650\nd. 17 Oct 1697|p88.htm#i4860|James Heald the Elder|b. 2 Feb 1657/58\nd. 3 Jan 1736/37|p276.htm#i16519|Elizabeth (or Steward) Stewart|b. b 27 Dec 1666\nd. 3 May 1708|p277.htm#i16590|
Birth*1720 Elizabeth Hollingsworth was born in 1720 at Kennett Meeting, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
 She was the daughter of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior and Elizabeth Heald
Married NameAugust 1745  As of August 1745,her married name was Harlan.3 
Marriage*August 1745 Elizabeth Hollingsworth married Samuel Harlan, son of Aaron Harlan and Sarah Heald, in August 1745 at Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.3,1,4,5,2 
(Witness) Will30 November 1749 Elizabeth Hollingsworth witnessed the will of Valentine Hollingsworth Junior on 30 November 1749 at Chester, Pennsylvania; Valentine Hollingsworth of Kennett. Nov. 30, 1749. March 25, 1757. D:80. To son James the plantation I now live on, also a lott on Brandywine Creek. To granddaughter Betty Hollingsworth £5 and to granddaughter Ann Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To granddaughters Sarah and Mary Harlan £5 at 18. To grandchildren Betty and Aaron Harlan £5 each at 21 and 18. To granddaughter Sarah Hollingsworth £5 at 18. To son Valentine 5 shillings. To daughter Rachel Hope 5 shillings and to the child she is now pregnant with 5 shillings when 21. To daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Harlan 5 shillings each. Remainder to son James, also Executor. Test signed.3,6 
Death*after 1759 Elizabeth Hollingsworth died after 1759 at Orange, South Carolina.1,7,2 

Family

Samuel Harlan b. 1722, d. 2 Jul 1754
Children

Citations

  1. [S1219] Descendants of Henry Hollingsworth, online http://www.hollygardens.com/hollingsw/index.htm
  2. [S1317] William R. Heald, Samuel Heald Genealogy.
  3. [S502] J. Adger Stewart, Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.
  4. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  5. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  6. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  7. [S1228] Harry Hollingsworth, "Henry Hollingsworth of Ballyvickcrannell."

George Harlan

M, b. 1649, d. 5 July 1714
Father*James Harlan1 b. c 1625, d. 17 Feb 1680
Mother*Rebecca Kirke Kirk b. bt 1627 - 1629, d. c 1668
George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca Kirke Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|William Harlan|b. 1594\nd. 1651|p98.htm#i5779||||||||||
Religion* George Harlan was Quaker; Friend.2 
Occupation* He was Yeoman.2 
Birth*1649 He was born in 1649 at Monkwearmouth, Durham, England.1,2 
 He was the son of James Harlan and Rebecca Kirke Kirk.1 
Baptism11 March 1651 George Harlan was baptized on 11 March 1651 at Monkwermouth, Bishoprick, England.1,2 
Move*before 1678 He before 1678 Down, Northern Ireland.1 
Marriage*27 November 1678 He married Elizabeth Duck, daughter of Ezekiel Ezekeliah Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan) and Hannah Hoopes, on 27 November 1678 at Ceremony Of Friends, Shankill, Armagh, Ireland.3,1,2,4 
Religion1680 George Harlan was in 1680 Daniel MacCONNELL seized from George "12 stooks and a half of oats, 3 stooks and a half of barley, and 5 loads of Hey, all worth 10s 10d" for failure to pay tithes. 1:407 citing William Stockdale, "A Great Cry of Oppression".5,1 
Land*1686 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from They had bought lands in William Penn's Quaker Colony in 1686 before leaving Ireland, which are now located in the County of New Castle (now in the state of Delaware), and settled near the present town of Centreville.
George's original house was on the west side of Adams Dam Road, between Centerville Road and the Winterthur Museum. [Sketch map showing Harlan Family Sites, by Martha V. Smith, given to MJPG on 18 Feb. 2001.] 1686 New Castle, Delaware.2,6 
Immigrationcirca 1687 He and Michael Harlan immigrated circa 1687 to From the "North of Ireland", New Castle, Delaware; Kennett MM records p. 392, (MR Ph 267, Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College).1,2,7 
Religion10 July 1689 George Harlan was George Harlan requests there may be a meeting on the other side of Brandywine this winter season (Centre), which is granted.8 
Religion6 February 1690 He was He was appointed representative to the Yearly Meeting at Burlinton, 6-2-1690. Later removed further up the Brandywine, but remained a member of Centre Mtg.8 
Occupation1695 He was Provincial Governor
He had been one of the Provincial Governors of the "three lower counties," now the State of Delaware, "this one & twentieth Day of the Second month called April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fourteen". in 1695 at Delaware.2 
Residence*10 November 1696 He lived on 10 November 1696 at Brandywine Creek, Pennsbury Township, Chester, Pennsylvania; ...about 1698-1699, he purchased additional land higher up the Brandywine Creek and moved his family into what is now Pennsbury Township. (Note: it is probable that they movde by 1696, as George Harlan addressed a letter to William Porter in Ireland - dated "Brandywine Creek, the 27th of ye 10th month, 1696 (which would have been December 10, 1696).).2 
Land4 December 1701 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Number 63. Book D-65, Page 158. 500 acres granted to Christopher Pennook to take up in right of George & Francis Rogers, Christopher conveyed to George Harland for the use of his brother Michael & son Ezekiel. 4 December 1701 Chester, Pennsylvania.9 
Land4 December 1701 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Book D-65, Page 51. Resurvey for 100 acres belonging to Geo. Harland, 500 acres to Geo. Harland, and 400 acres laid out to Valentine Hollingsworth now in the possession of Thomas Hollingsworth. 4 December 1701 Chester, Pennsylvania.9 
Land16 December 1701 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Number 75. Book D-36, Page 257; Book D-65, page 156, Resurvey 10 Sep 1709. Two Tracts - 219-1/2 acres & 300 acres. 16 December 1701 Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.9 
Land16 December 1701 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Number 71. Book D-36, Pages 255, 256; Book D-65, Pages 45. 200 Acres in a bend of the Brandywine Creek "where the Indians were formerly seated but have since deserted it".
Number 74. Book D-65, Page 155. Draft of Indian Town. 16 December 1701 Indian Town, Chester, Pennsylvania.9 
Residence28 November 1704 He lived on 28 November 1704 at Brandywine Creek, Chester, Pennsylvania; Petition to lay out road from the forks of Brandywine Creek into Road from George Harlans to Neamans Creek Mill.
Signed by George Harlan, Abiah Taylor, Samuel Hollingsworth, etal.10 
Land28 October 1709 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Patent Book A No. 4, page 205, Patentee Samuel Hollingsworth, acres 200, Warantee George Harland, Date of Warrant 16 Feby 1701, Chester County. 28 October 1709 Chester, Pennsylvania.11 
Land11 November 1709 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Patent Book A No. 4, page 199, Patentee George Harland, acres 470, Warrantee Erasmus Seadham, Date of Warrant ---, Chester County. 11 November 1709 Chester, Pennsylvania.11 
Land10 January 1713 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Patent Book A No. 4, page 4, Patentee George Harlan, acres 598, Warantee George Harlan, Date of Warrant 28 June 1690, Newcastle County. 10 January 1713 Newcastle, Pennsylvania.11 
Will*21 April 1714 He left a will on 21 April 1714 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.12,1,13 
Death*5 July 1714 He died on 5 July 1714 at Near the Brandywine Creek, Kennet Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.1,2 
Burial*after 5 July 1714 He was buried after 5 July 1714 at Center Meeting Burying Grounds, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 
Probate2 August 1714 His estate was probated on 2 August 1714 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.13,14 
(Witness) Land2 May 1752 He witnessed the Land of Aaron Harlan on 2 May 1752 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania; Chester County Old Warrants, Volumer A, No. 16, Page 179 (Where survey in copies, Book A51, page 235, Kennet).
[Same as No. 85 Chester Old Rights, originally surveyed to Samuel Heald 18 Mar, 1715, Book D-65, p. 116. Returned 17 Mar 1734. Book D-82, p. 22.]
174 acres. Certified from copy of original survey by Jno Taylor, 6 Feb 1749/50. Samuel Heald in Kennett in the County of Chester now Aaron Harlan. Returned 2 May 1752.9 

Family

Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S213] Public Records Office in Belfast, Northern Ireland, online http://www.harlanfamily.org/documents.htm
  4. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."
  5. [S1327] Craig W., et al, eds. Horle, Lawmaking and Legislators in Pennsylvania.
  6. [S1328] Harlan by MJP Grundy, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~paxson/…
  7. [S1326] Friends Historical Library, Newark (Kennett) MM minutes 1686-1739.
  8. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.
  9. [S1245] Chester County, PA, Old Rights Index, Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.
  10. [S1249] Unknown compiler.
  11. [S1246] Pensylvania PATENT INDEXES, 1684-[ca. 1957], Pennsylvania State Archives Online Land Records.
  12. [S501] James Henry' Lea, George Henry Lea, John Lea of Pennsylvania.
  13. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
  14. [S1244] Laura Jones (Mrs. Richard H., Jr.) Thompson, Thompson, Dawson, Mendenhall, Harlan Genealogies.

Elizabeth Duck1

F, b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 January 1714
Father*Ezekiel Ezekeliah Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan) b. 1628, d. b 1719
Mother*Hannah Hoopes b. 1634, d. b 1726
Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|Ezekiel Ezekeliah Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|||||||John Hoopes|b. 1598\nd. 1 Feb 1636/37|p286.htm#i17016||||
Birth*5 May 1660 Elizabeth Duck was born on 5 May 1660 at Lurgan, Shankill, Armagh, Ireland.1 
 She was the daughter of Ezekiel Ezekeliah Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan) and Hannah Hoopes
Marriage*27 November 1678 Elizabeth Duck married George Harlan, son of James Harlan and Rebecca Kirke Kirk, on 27 November 1678 at Ceremony Of Friends, Shankill, Armagh, Ireland.2,3,1,4 
Married Name27 November 1678  As of 27 November 1678,her married name was Harlan.2,3,1,4 
Death*11 January 1714 Elizabeth Duck died on 11 January 1714 at Pennsury Township, Chester, Pennsylvania, at age 53.3 

Family

George Harlan b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Children

Citations

  1. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  2. [S213] Public Records Office in Belfast, Northern Ireland, online http://www.harlanfamily.org/documents.htm
  3. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  4. [S1220] John V. Hollingsworth, "Quaker Hollingsworths."

Ezekiel Harlan

M, b. 16 July 1679, d. 15 June 1731
Father*George Harlan1 b. 1649, d. 5 Jul 1714
Mother*Elizabeth Duck b. 5 May 1660, d. 11 Jan 1714
Ezekiel Harlan|b. 16 Jul 1679\nd. 15 Jun 1731|p87.htm#i4841|George Harlan|b. 1649\nd. 5 Jul 1714|p87.htm#i4839|Elizabeth Duck|b. 5 May 1660\nd. 11 Jan 1714|p87.htm#i4840|James Harlan|b. c 1625\nd. 17 Feb 1680|p73.htm#i4241|Rebecca K. Kirk|b. bt 1627 - 1629\nd. c 1668|p98.htm#i5778|Ezekiel E. Duck (O'lochain O'Loghlen O'Loughnan)|b. 1628\nd. b 1719|p98.htm#i5776|Hannah Hoopes|b. 1634\nd. b 1726|p98.htm#i5777|
Birth*16 July 1679 Ezekiel Harlan was born on 16 July 1679 at Donnahlong, Down, Northern Ireland.1,2,3 
 He was the son of George Harlan and Elizabeth Duck.1 
Immigration*1687 Ezekiel Harlan immigrated in 1687. 
Marriage*1706 He married Ruth Buffington, daughter of Richard Buffington and Ann Matthews, in 1706 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.1 
(Witness) Will21 April 1714 Ezekiel Harlan witnessed the will of George Harlan on 21 April 1714 at Kennet, Chester, Pennsylvania.4,1,5 
Death*15 June 1731 Ezekiel Harlan died on 15 June 1731 at Chester, Pennsylvania, at age 51.1,2 
Burial*16 June 1731 He was buried on 16 June 1731 at Kennett Twp., Chester, Pennsylvania. 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Ruth Buffington b. 1682, d. Jan 1743
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S1250] Unknown author, Old Kennett Meeting House, 1710-1910, Bi-Centennia.
  4. [S501] James Henry' Lea, George Henry Lea, John Lea of Pennsylvania.
  5. [S284] Chester County Archives and Records Service, Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills 1713-1825.
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