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Estaugh [née Haddon], Elizabeth (1680–1762), Quaker leader and colonial landowner  

David Sox

Estaugh [née Haddon], Elizabeth (1680–1762), Quaker leader and colonial landowner, was born on 5 July 1680 in Bermondsey, Surrey, the second daughter and third child of John Haddon (1654–1724) and his wife, Elizabeth, née Clarke (1651?–1724). John Haddon was a convinced Quaker and twice had been fined for voicing his religious views. Like other Quakers he was persuaded by ...

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Lightfoot [married name Axford], Hannah (b. 1730, d. in or after 1758), supposed first wife of George III  

Matthew Kilburn

Lightfoot [married name Axford], Hannah (b. 1730, d. in or after 1758), supposed first wife of George III, was born in the parish of St John's, Wapping, London, on 12 October 1730, the daughter of Matthew Lightfoot (1690–1733), a cordwainer, and his second wife, ...

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Lightfoot, Hannah (b. 1730, d. in or after 1758)  

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Hannah Lightfoot (b. 1730, d. in or after 1758) by Sir Joshua Reynolds, c. 1756 private collection

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Norris, Isaac (1701–1766), landowner and politician in America  

David Sox

Norris, Isaac (1701–1766), landowner and politician in America, was born on 3 December 1701 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of fourteen children of Isaac Norris (1671–1735), and his wife, Mary (1674–1748), daughter of Thomas Lloyd, president of the council of Pennsylvania. A lifelong resident of ...

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Penn, Thomas (1702–1775), landowner  

Charlotte Fell-Smith

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Penn, Thomas (1702–1775), landowner, was born at Kensington, London, on 8 March 1702, the second son of William Penn (1644–1718), founder of Pennsylvania, and his second wife, Hannah Callowhill (1670–1726). During his childhood the Penn family received little profit from the colony, and ...

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Stuart, Jane (c. 1654–1742), the alleged natural daughter of James II  

Eveline Cruickshanks

Stuart, Jane (c. 1654–1742), the alleged natural daughter of James II, was, according to an oral tradition first set down thirty years after her death by Samuel Peckover, a prominent Cambridgeshire Quaker, born in Paris, the daughter of James, duke of York [...