Person:Nicholas Waln (1)

Watchers
Nicholas Waln
  1. Nicholas WalnAbt 1650 - 1721/22
  2. Ann Waln1654 -
  3. Edward Waln1657 -
  • HNicholas WalnAbt 1650 - 1721/22
  • W.  Jane Turner (add)
m. 1 Dec 1673
  1. Jane Waln1675 -
  2. Margaret Waln1676 - 1677
  3. Richard Waln1678 -
  4. Margaret Waln1680/81 -
  5. Hannah Waln1684 -
  6. Mary Waln1687 -
  7. Ellen Waln1690 - 1707/08
  8. Sarah Waln1692 -
  9. John Waln1694 - 1720
  10. Elizabeth Waln1697 -
  11. Nicholas Waln1698/99 - 1721/22
  12. William Waln1700/01 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Nicholas Waln
Alt Name[3] Nicolas Wallne
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1650 Burholme, Yorkshire, England
Marriage 1 Dec 1673 West Riding of Yorkshire, EnglandAt the house of William Birket called “Chapelcroft”, Nicolas Walne of Chapelcroft and Jane, the daughter of William Turner of “Windeyeats”, were united in marriage.
to Jane Turner (add)
Emigration[2] 26 Jun 1682 Liverpool, Lancashire, Englandloaded items on the Lamb
Other 22 Oct 1682 Apparent date of arrival of the Lamb. In 1682 Nicholas, his wife, and three children were granted a certificate (along with a number of their relatives) from the Settle Monthly Meeting to travel to Pennsylvania.
with Jane Turner (add)
Death? 4 Feb 1721/22 Pennsylvania, United States
Burial[1] 4 Feb 1721/22 4 12th mo. 1721, Philadelphia MM
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Hinshaw, William Wade; Thomas Worth Marshall; and John Cox. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States: Edwards Brothers, 1936-1950), 2: 431.

    Philadelphia MM; Nicholas Waln buried 4 12mo. 1721.

  2. Balderston, Marion. William Penn's twenty-three ships, with notes on some of their passengers. Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1963), 23: 52, 54.

    Loaded on the Lamb “[26 June] Nicholas Walne: 1 cask qty. 7 cwt. wrought iron.”

    See also note 91. The author cites, “For the loadings of the Lamb, see Liverpool port book E 190/1345/11, PRO.”

  3. In the birth register of the Bolland Meeting (Settle Monthly Meeting), the entries each spell his name as “Nicolas Wallne”.