Person:Simon Hadley (5)

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Simon Hadley, Jr.
m. ABT. 1672
  1. Soloman Hadley
  2. Elizabeth Hadley
  3. John HadleyABT 1659 -
  4. Simon Hadley, Jr.1675 - 1756
  • HSimon Hadley, Jr.1675 - 1756
  • WRuth Miller1676/7 - 1750
m. 1697
  1. Joseph Hadley1698 - 1788
  2. Deborah Hadley1701 - abt 1795
  3. Joshua Hadley, Sr.1703 - 1760
  4. Simon Hadley1704 - 1730
  5. Simon Hadley, III1704 -
  6. Hannah Hadley1709 - 1783
  7. Ruth Hadley1710 - 1785
  8. Catherine Hadley1715 - 1769
  9. Anne Hadley1717 - 1750
m. 22 JUL 1752
Facts and Events
Name Simon Hadley, Jr.
Alt Name[1][2] Simon Hadley, II
Gender Male
Birth? 1675 Co. Meath, Ireland
Alt Birth? 1675 Kings Co, Ireland[?? no such place]
Marriage 1697 Moate Monthly Meeting, Dublin, Irelandto Ruth Miller
Marriage 22 JUL 1752 to Phoebe\Phebe Grubb
Death? 18 Feb 1756 New Castle County, Delaware
Alt Death? May 1756 New Castle County, Delaware
Burial? New Garden, Chester County,k Pennsylvania
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Simon Hadley, son of Simon and Catharine (Talbot) Hadley, was born in 1675, probably in Ireland, died 1756 and is buried in the New Garden cemetery, Chester county, Pennsylvania. He married (1) Ruth (Keran) Miller, a widow who was born 1677 in Ireland, died 1750, and is also buried in New Garden. Simon married (2) Phoebe (Grubb) Buffington in 1752, widow of Richard Buffington and daughter of John and Frances Grubb. Simon Hadley came to America in 1712* with his first wife Ruth, and 6 children, having 2 more after his arrival in America. Simon purchased 1000 acres of land about 30 miles SW of Philadelphia, in the Manor Steyning. When the Pennsylvania- Delaware border was drawn, it passed through Simon's property, putting his residence in New Castle Co., Delaware, and the bulk of his property in Chester Co., PA. Simon and his family were members of The Society of Friends. They received certificates of removal from Moate Monthly Meeting in West Meath county, Ireland. Four years after his arrival in America, Simon presented the certificates to the Newark M.M. in Centerville, DE. Records of Simon's family can be found in the New Garden Meeting minutes.
  • From History of Chester Co., PA, by Further & Cope, and Genealogy of the New England Hadleys, by D.L. Tappan.
Excerpt from Volume 1 of A Hadley Genealogy, (Hadley Society).
References
  1. The Hadley Society of CA. A Hadley Genealogy.
  2. Snow Camp Historical Drama Society staff. History of Snow Camp, NC/ Lila Reynolds File. (P.O.B.535, Snow Camp, NC, 27349).