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John Cadwalader 05
n. see Cadwaladers of LI, NY.
ld 1697 Sep 10 Philadelphia Exemplification BB7 P100 LDRR0021872
Grantor: William Penn
Grantee: John Cadwalader
ld 1697 Sep 10 Philadelphia Exemplification BB7 P182 LDRR0021872
Witness: John Cadwalader
ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification BB1 P436 LDRR0021869
Grantor: William Penn
Grantee: Thomas and Cadwalader Jones
Mary Cadwalader 06
bf~1700 ___ __ to John Cadwalader 05 in Philadelphia, PA.
mm 1731 Nov 04 Samuel D. Dickinson 06
bm 1690 Nov 09 to Walter Dickinson 05 et ux _ (nee _ 05) Dickinson at
Croise Dore, Talbot Co., MD
n. 1760 July 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #25112
PHILADELPHIA, July 24.
"On Sunday, the Sixth of this Month, departed this Life in the Seventy-
first Year of his Age, SAMUEL DICKINSON, Esquire, first Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas, in Kent County, on Delaware; and, on the Wednesday
following, was interred in the Burying Ground belonging to the Family,
near Dover, attended by most of the principal Inhabitants in the County.
He was a Gentleman possessed of so many worthy and valuable Qualities of
Disposition and understanding that if Justice only should be done to his
Merit, STrangers to his Person would imagine the Character to be drawn by
some near and afflicted Mind; and to those who had any Intimacy with him,
nothing more than that is necessary to make them preserve the Remembrance
of his Virtues, and to render his Memory ever dear to them. The latter
Part of his Life convinced all who saw him frequently, that such Things as
seem to be the greatest Evils cannot make a GOOD MAN miserable even here;
for having supported a tedious State of uncommon Pain and Sickness with so
much Resignation and Patience, as to be always remarkably agreeable in
Conversation, and very often acknowledging his Gratitude to the Supreme
Being, for the Happiness he enjoyed in this Condition, he left his World
with a Chearfulness becoming the blessed Hope he felt, and expressed, to
his last Moments, of entering into another infinitely better."
dm 1760 Jul 06 at Kent Co., DE interred on the "John Dickinson Plantation"
just south of Dover, DE on 113.
df 1776 ___ __ at 76 PAGazette
1776 March 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #59108 Last Friday died, in
the 76th year of her age, Mrs. MARY DICKINSON, the widow of SAMUEL
DICKINSON, Esq; late of Kent county on Delaware. She was a lady possessed
of so many virtues and accomplishments, that it would be very difficult to
draw a character of her, which would not appear either the effect of
partiality, to those who were strangers to her, or an imperfect expression
of her worth, to those who were acquainted with her. On Sunday, her
remains were interred in the burying ground belonging to Friends in
n. it would seem James Dickinson is the brother of Samuel, and in
Philadelphia, known, too by Isaac Norris, John's father-in-law.
How about the LDS IGI record James Dickinson: 1707 Sep 09 cristenening to
parents Samuel Dickinson et ux Ann at Newport, Shropshire, ENG.
LDS IGI film 510671
n. Cadwallader a son? PA Gazette, also William same place.
with Samuel D. Dickinson 06
John 07 Thomas 07 Philemon 07 Cadwallader 07
b17321108 b17341004 b17390415
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John Cadwalader 05 P1 Mary Cadwalader 06 P1
Dickinson, Samuel 06 P1
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