Family:James Dilworth and Ann Waln (1)

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Facts and Events
Marriage? 9 Jul 1680 Chapelcroft, Yrkshr, Engl.
Other[1] 22 OCT 1682 traveled from England to America on the Lamb; apparent date of arrival
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1701
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24 Feb 1692
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William Dilworth is preferred.

In 1682, James, his wife, their son William, and a servant emigrated to Pennsylvania.[1]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Phineas Pemberton's “A Registery of all the people ...”, in Battle, J. H., ed. History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania: including an account of its original exploration; its relation to the settlements of New Jersey and Delaware; ... and biographies of many of its representative citizens. (Philadelphia: A. Warner & Co., 1887), p 680.

    James Dilworth, of Thornley, in Lancashire, husbandman, came in the ship the Lamb of Liverpoole, the Master John Tench, arrived in this river in the 8th month, 1682. Children: William, their son. Servants: Stephen Sands. Time of Service and from when: 22, 8 mo. Wages and Land: To have 50 acres of land.”