Descendants of Edward FOULKE
Generation No. 2
2. THOMAS11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born July 07, 1679 in Merionethshire, , Wales, United Kingdom, and died August 15, 1762 in Gwynedd twp., Philadelphia Co. Pennsylvania. He married GWEN EVANS June 27, 1706 in Gwynedd Meeting House, Gwynedd, Pennsylvania, daughter of DAVID EVANS and MARGARET JOHN. She was born 1684 in Radnor twp., Chester Co., PA, and died December 06, 1760 in Gwynedd, now Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.
Thomas and Gwen settled at Gwynedd, on part of the Edward Foulke tract.
More About GWEN EVANS: Burial: December 06, 1760, Gwynedd MM, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Will dated June 11, 1757, was proved October 24, 1762. He appoints his son William executor, and leaves him his real estate, 213 acres (subject to certain charges of annuities, legacies, etc.), except that he gives his eldest son Edward 25 acres (or 100 pounds cash), "part of the tract I now own, to be surveyed off the north-east end by a line from Hannah Pugh's land to my son William's, and parallel to the line now dividing the lands of my son Edward and me." He reserves certain rights of residence in his house, with annuities, etc., to his wife "Gwen," and gives to his sister Gwen Edwards, "the use of the house she now lives in," with firewood, etc., and a small annuity. He also leaves legacies to his daughters Eleanor, Sarah, wife of William Jones, and Susanna, wife of Rowland Evans.
THOMAS FOULKE, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman. June 11, 1751. October 24, 1762. M.389.
Wife: Gwyn. Children: William, Edward, Elinor, Sarah [wife of William Jones] and Susannah [wife of Rowland Evans].
Sister: Gwyn Edwards.
Exec: Son William.
Wit: Abram David, John Roberts, Jacob Edge.
Children of THOMAS FOULKE and GWEN EVANS are:
11.i.EDWARD12 FOULKE, b. March 10, 1706/07, Of Gwynedd, PA; d. October 10, 1770.
12.ii.WILLIAM FOULKE, b. September 02, 1708, Gwynedd Pennsylvania; d. August 30, 1775.
13.iii.ELLIN FOULKE, b. August 18, 1710, Gwynedd Pennsylvania; d. December 03, 1760.
iv.EVAN FOULKE, b. August 27, 1712.
v.MARGARET FOULKE, b. May 22, 1715; d. September 23, 1734.
14.vi.SUSANNA (TWIN) FOULKE, b. March 17, 1719/20, Gwynedd Pennsylvania; d. March 01, 1787.
15.vii.SARAH (TWIN) FOULKE, b. March 17, 1719/20, Gwynedd Pennsylvania.
viii.CALEB FOULKE, b. August 13, 1722, Gwynedd twp., Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co., Pennsylvania; d. July 07, 1736, Gwynedd twp., Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co., Pennsylvania.
3. JANE11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born January 10, 1683/84 in Merionethshire, Wales, England, and died October 07, 1766 in Oley Twp., Berks County, PA. She married ELLIS HUGHES June 05, 1713 in Gwynedd MM, Philadelphia Co., PA, son of JOHN HUGH. He was born January 10, 1686/87 in Bala, Merionethshire, Wales, and died January 11, 1764 in Exeter, Berks Co., PA.
More About JANE FOULKE:
Burial: Oley, Berks , Pennsylvania
Religion: Elder of Exeter Friends Meeting for 30 years
Note that Jane and Ellis are first cousins as Jane's mother and Ellis's father are sister and brother. Jane and Ellis moved from Gwynedd to Oley in 1731. Ellis had obtained about 158 acres from his father in Gwynedd which he would have sold.
Children of JANE FOULKE and ELLIS HUGHES are:
i. ANN12 HUGHES, b. 1717; d. 1718.
16. ii. JOHN HUGHES, b. May 19, 1714; d. August 08, 1789, Exeter, Berks Co., PA.
17. iii. WILLIAM HUGHES, b. February 16, 1715/16, Gwynedd, Pennsylvania; d. May 16, 1776.
iv. ROWLAND HUGHES, b. May 18, 1720; d. April 30, 1738.
18.v. SAMUEL HUGHES, b. May 10, 1722, Exeter, Berks Co., PA; d. 1796.
19.vi. EDWARD HUGHES, b. April 26, 1724, Exeter, Berks Co., PA; d. July 08, 1791.
20.vii. MARGARET HUGHES, b. April 14, 1726, Exeter, Berks Co., PA; d. April 28, 1810, Exeter, Berks Co., PA.
There is more information to be found by following the links to the children above or by going to our Griffith, Morris, Hugh and Pugh web page.
4. HUGH11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born September 06, 1685 in Coed-y-Foel, Merionethshire, Wales, and died May 21, 1760 in Richland MM, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania. He married ANN WILLIAMS April 04, 1713 in Gwynedd Monthly Meeting, Gwynedd Meeting House, Pennsylvania, daughter of JOHN WILLIAMS and MARY EVANS. She was born January 08, 1693/94 in Merion Township, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania, and died September 10, 1773 in Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania.
Hugh removed from Gwynedd to Richland, probably about the time of his marriage. A memorial of Richland MM says: "He was a member of our meeting for about thirty years, the latter part of his life. He had a good gift of the ministry, which we believe he endeavored faithfully to discharge. His last illness which was very sharp, he endured with much patience and resignation He died on the 21st of 5th mo., 1760, in the 75th year of his age, and the 40th of his ministry." From Hugh are descended all the Foulkes whose origin is traceable to Richland, and no doubt a majority of the members of this family now living are of his line. A family memorandum says: "All their [Hugh and Ann's] children lived to marry and raise families, except Edward. In seventy years after their marriage, the number of their posterity was 343, and in 1810 was estimated at upward of 500, of whom 115 bore the name of Foulke."
Clarence V. Roberts (Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks):
"Hugh Foulke, second son of Edward and Eleanor, was born at Coed-y-foel, Merionethshire, Wales, 7 mo. 6, 1685, and came to Pennsylvania with his parents in 1698, as shown by the narrative of his father. The family settled at the site of Penllyn, Montgomery County, where Hugh resided until after his marriage in 1713. The date of his removal to the Great Swamp is not definitely known. He probably located immediately on his arrival on the tract of 313 acres on the west side of the 'Road to Durham', now known as 'California Road,' marked with his name on the map of the Manor of Richland. The railroad crosses this road on part of this tract.
On the minutes of the Board of Property, 6 mo. 28, 1734 (Penna. Arch., 3d Series, Vol. I, p. 44), is the following entry:
'Hugh Folk, in the first month 1832, requested grant of 200 acres of Land in or about the tract called the Great Swamp and soon after settled and has built and improved the same, now requests to know the Proprietaries pleasure on what terms he may hold it. The Proprietaries are pleased to grant the land at 35 per Ct. and 2 d. per acre Quit Rent.'
The Warrant and Survey for this tract is dated 'March 22, 1733-4.' He had probably fixed upon the bounds desired before the survey was made and the contents were ascertained to be 313 acres. This acreage, however, included a tract of forty acres on the east side of the road at the upper corner of the tract and immediately adjoining the upper part of the Joseph Gilbert tract later acquired by Theophilus Foulke, son of Hugh. The patent for this tract was not granted until January 21, 1740. (Patent Book A., Vol. 9, p. 441, Harrisburg, PA)
On 11 mo. 16, 1756, Hugh Foulke and Ann, his wife, conveyed to their son, Theophilus Foulke, 206 acres of this tract, including the forty acres on the east side of the road and the western half of the main tract. They probably conveyed to their eldest son, Samuel, at about the same date, the eastern half of the main tract lying along the west side of the road, which Samuel and Ann, his wife, conveyed to their son Israel in 1787. This latter deed shows the division line through the main tract as it is shown on the 'Draught of Sundry Tracts in Richland Township,' made by Samuel Foulke in 1767, where the said tracts are marked respectively, 'Theo. Foulke' and 'Samuel Foulke.'
It is entirely possible that Hugh Foulke had settled on this tract prior to his request for the grant ghereof in 1732, as it was not unusual for settlers to 'locate' before applying for a survey. In the case of James Green the application was made after he had lived thereon 'near twenty years.'
We know that Hugh Foulke was located in the Swamp in 1730, as on 8th month 27th of that year he was named as an overseer of Richland Preparative Meeting, and it is quite probable that he was a resident there at the time of the organization of the Preparative Meeting in 1725, and possibly ten years earlier.
He was an accepted minister of the Society of Friends and served Richland Meeting in that capacity for upward of thirty years. He was one of the pioneers of the settlement in the Great Swamp, and he and his sons and grandsons were among the most prominent people of that section for a century or more. He died in Richland, 5 mo. 21, 1760. A memorial of Richland Monthly Meeting says: 'He was a member of our meeting for about thirty years; he had a good gift in the ministry, which we believe he endeavored faithfully to discharge.'
He married, under care of Gwynedd Monthly Meeting, 4 mo., 4, 1713, Ann Williams, born in Merion Township, Philadelphia County, 11 mo. 6, 1693. She was a daughter of John and Mary (Evans) Williams, who came from Merionethshire, Wales, in 1687, and settled in Merion. Her mother died at Merion in 1698, and her father removed, with his children, to Montgomery Township, Montgomery County, in 1706. Ann (Williams) Foulke died at Richland, 10 mo. 9, 1773."
Hugh Foulke's log cabin outside of Quakertown on California Road was with stone additions still standing in 1993.
Children of HUGH FOULKE and ANN WILLIAMS are:
21. i. MARY12 FOULKE, b. September 24, 1714, Gwynedd twp., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; d. February 20, 1756, Exeter, Berks Co., Pennsylvania.
22. ii. MARTHA FOULKE, b. July 02, 1716, Gwynedd, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; d. April 17, 1781, Pennsylvania.
23. iii. SAMUEL FOULKE, b. February 04, 1718/19, Quakertown, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; d. January 21, 1797, Quakertown, Richland Twp, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
24. iv. ELEANOR FOULKE, b. March 19, 1719/20, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; d. Pennsylvania.
25. v. JOHN FOULKE, b. February 21, 1722/23, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; d. May 25, 1787, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania.
26. vi. THOMAS FOULKE, b. March 14, 1723/24, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; d. March 31, 1786, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania.
27. vii. THEOPHILUS FOULKE, b. February 21, 1726/27, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; d. November 04, 1785, Richland, Bucks, Pennsylvania.
viii. EDWARD FOULKE, b. December 19, 1729, Gwynedd, Philadelphia (now Montgomery), Pennsylvania; d. March 08, 1746/47, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania.
More About EDWARD FOULKE: Burial: March 10, 1746/47, Richland Monthly Meeting, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania
28. ix. ANN FOULKE, b. March 01, 1731/32, Richland, Bucks, Pennsylvania; d. December 14, 1786, Richland, Fairfield Co., Ohio.
29. x. JANE FOULKE, b. March 03, 1733/34, Richland Twp, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; d. August 01, 1771, Abington, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania.
30. xi. WILLIAM FOULKE, b. February 10, 1727/28, Richland, Bucks Co, Pennsylvania; d. April 11, 1796, Bucks Co, Pennsylvania.
5. CATHARINE11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born 1686 in Merion, Wales, England, and died April 13, 1745 in Pennsylvania. She married THEOPHILUS WILLIAMS June 05, 1713 in Gwynedd Mo. Mtg., Meeting House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, son of JOHN WILLIAMS.
Children of CATHARINE FOULKE and THEOPHILUS WILLIAMS are:
i. ELLENOR12 WILLIAMS.
ii. JOHN WILLIAMS.
iii. BENJAMIN WILLIAMS.
iv. MARY WILLIAMS.
For more information on this family go to our Williams web page.
6. MARGARET11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born 1688 in Coed-Y-Foel, Llanderfel, Merionethshire, Wales, and died in Pennsylvania. She married NICHOLAS ROBERTS May 23, 1717 in Gwynedd MM, Philadelphia Co., PA, son of ROBERT CADWALLADER and JANE EVAN. He was born Abt. 1688 in Penllyn, Wales, and died 1733 in Gwynedd Twp., Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.
Immigrated about 1700 with his parents. His estate was settled by Evan Foulke and John Roberts, administrators, letters issued 14 Apr 1733.
Children of MARGARET FOULKE and NICHOLAS ROBERTS are:
i. ELLEN12 ROBERTS, b. Abt. 1717; m. JOHN SIDDONS, August 27, 1757.
31. ii. JANE ROBERTS, b. February 20, 1716/17, Gwynedd, Pennsylvania; d. March 23, 1790.
32. iii. ELIZABETH ROBERTS, b. August 11, 1723, Gwynedd, Pennsylvania; d. May 29, 1790, of Maryland.
There is more on one of our Roberts web pages.
7. EVAN11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born Abt. 1689 in Wales, and died May 15, 1745 in Gwynedd Twp, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He married (1) ELLIN ROBERTS February 27, 1724/25 in 2d int., Gwynedd Mo. Mtg., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, daughter of EDWARD ROBERTS and ANNE. He married (2) ANNE COULSTON 1736 in Gwynedd, Burks, Pennsylvania.
A victim of the fatal and malignant epidemic of 1745
"Evan Foulke, of Gwynedd, son of Edward, born in Wales, immigrant, 1698, with his parents, d. 1745. He received from his father, in 1725, 250 acres of the eastern side of the latter's original tract, the east corner of which was almost precisely at the present village of Spring House, and he lived near that place. He m. 1st, Ellen Roberts, dau. of Edward of Gwynedd, and 2nd, Anne Coulston, widow, Sept. 20 1745, letters of administration were granted upon his estate to his widow, Anne Foulke."
Children of EVAN FOULKE and ELLIN ROBERTS are:
i. EDWARD12 FOULKE, d. July 29, 1745.
ii. ANNE FOULKE, d. August 04, 1745.
33. iii. MARGARET FOULKE, b. June 19, 1726; d. March 06, 1798.
Children of EVAN FOULKE and ANNE COULSTON are:
iv. ELLEN12 FOULKE, d. June 15, 1745, Gwynedd twp., Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co., Pennsylvania.
34. v. ESTHER FOULKE, b. March 16, 1743/44, Gwynedd twp., Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co., Pennsylvania.
8. GWEN11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born Abt. 1691 in , , Wales, United Kingdom, and died December 03, 1760 in Gwynedd, Bucks, Pennsylvania. She married ALEXANDER EDWARDS December 06, 1703, son of ALEXANDER EDWARDS and MARGARET.
More About ALEXANDER EDWARDS:
Property: for "Natural Love and Affection, on 16 of May 1707, he was given 200 acres by his father in Montgomery township (Philadelphia Co. Patent Book E 3, vol. 6 p. 160). The next day (17 May) he sold 100 acres of this land to David Hugh Griffith (Book E 3 vol. 6 pg. 199).
Marriage certificate from Gwynedd MM:
Wheras Alexander Edwards Junior of or near the township of Gwinedd in the county of Philadelphia and Gwen Edward of the said township and county having declared their Intentions of taking each other in marriage before severall publick meetings of the people called Quakers in the Welch tract, according to the good order used amongst them whose proceedings therin after a deliberate consideration thereof and consent of parties & Relations concerned being clear of all others were addmitted by the said meetings; NOW these are to certifie all whom it may concern that for the full accomplishing of their said intention this 6th day of the 10th month in the year 1703/ they the said Elexander Edward and Gwen Edward appeared in a solemn & publick assembly of the aforesaid people & others, mett together for that end purpose in their pulick meeting place at Gwynedd aforesaid and in a solemn maner he the said Alexander Edward taking the said Gwen Edward by the hand did openly declare as followeth viz. friends in the fear of God & before I take my friend Gwen Edward to be my wedded promising with the assistance of God to love & esteem her & to behave my self as it behoofes an honest husband to his wife untill dewath separate us and then and there in the said Assembly the said Gwen Edward did in like manner declare as followeth viz: In the fear of God & before you I take my frind Alexander Edward to be my husband & do promise with the Assistance of God to obey Esteem & behave my self towards him as it behoofs an honest towards her husband till death separate us &c.
And the said Alexander Edward & Gwen Edward as a further confirmation thereof did then & there to these presents sett their hands; and we whose names are hereunto subscribed being present amongst others at the Sooleminzing of their said marriage and subscription in manner aforesaid as wittnesses thereunto have allsoe to these presents Subscribed our names the day and year above written.
Column 1: Alex: Edward, Edward foulk, Eddward Eddwards, Thomas Eddward, Hugh Eddward, Cadd: Eddward, William Jones, John William, Robert Jones, Hugh Robert, David Jones, Richard Jones, Cadd Jones.
Column 2: Hugh Griffith, Thomas Evan, Hum: Eddward, Evan Owen, Evan Robert, Reece Price, Ellis Davies, Hugh Evan, John Evan, LINE, Catherin Evan, Ellin Robert, Sarah Evan, Lowry Robert.
Column 3: Ellin foulk, Jane Jones, Margeret Eddward, Catherin Eddward, Grace foulk, Jane Eddward, Gwen Jones, Margaret William, Gainor Jones, Jane Evan, Elizbeth Jones, Jane Jones.
Children of GWEN FOULKE and ALEXANDER EDWARDS are:
i. EDWARD12 EDWARDS.
35. ii. THOMAS EDWARDS.
Gwynedd MM death records, PA - Daugher of Thomas and Elizabeth Edward, 8 August 1745.
Information on Worldconnect indicates that this family removed to Loudoun Co., VA and had a daughter Catherine who married Joseph Williams, son of Richard Williams. I have not tried to verify this information yet. Joseph and Catherine (Edwards) Williams then removed to southwest Virginia and had numerous children.
iii. JOSEPH EDWARDS.
iv. JANE EDWARDS.
v. ALEXANDER EDWARDS.
9. CADWALLADER11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born September 13, 1691 in Coed-Y-Foel, Merionethshire, Wales, and died September 17, 1743 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania. He married MARY EVANS June 13, 1719 in Gwynedd MM, Pennsylvania, daughter of ROBERT EVANS and ELLEN. She died 1747 in Bristol, Bucks Co., PA.
H.M. Jenkins: He lived at Gwynedd until 1731, when he removed to Philadelphia, and d. there 7th mo. 17, 1743, "after a short illness." The memorial of Philadelphia m.m. concerning him says: "He was born in Wales, and came over to this Province with his parents, when young; married and settled at Gwynedd, where he lived most of his time; and from thence about twelve years before his decease removed to this city. He was of an open generous disposition, and useful and active in the support of discipline and good order of the church, an Elder well respected and exemplary in his life and conversation." In Gwynedd he was a "yeoman" ; he bought 1718, land, 307 acres of Hugh Pugh, son of Evan ap Hugh, and sold it, 1732, to Robert John. In his deed to the latter he is described as "late of Gwynedd, but now of Philadelphia, shop-keeper." His residence, and probably place of business, are shown by a deed from Edward Cotteral to him, in 1740, for a "lot adjoining the house where he [C.F.] lives, on the north side of High Street, near the Court House." He was appointed a justice of the peace for Philadelphia Co., Nov. 22, 1738. The Philadelphia Co., records show acknowledgements of deeds, etc., before him, in 1739, '40 and '41 (and probably later). His wife, Mary, was a minister among Friends, and made a number of journeys of religious duty, among others to Barbadoes, Nantucket, and Rhode Island. She m. 2nd, at Philadelphia meeting, 11th mo. 31, 1744, Thomas Marriott, of Bristol, Bucks County, and d. 1747. A memorial in the John Smith MS. Collections says: "Her corpse was taken to Philadelphia, and, after a solemn meeting held on that occasion at the Bank Meeting House, she was buried in Friends' burying ground there." Cadwallader and Mary had ten children, but one only, Judah, lived to adult age.
Marriage Certificate abstracted (Gwynedd MM): Cadwalader Foulke, son of Thomas married Mary Evans, daughter of Robert Evan of Gwynedd, Witnesses: Edward Foulke, Rbt Evan, Tho Foulke, Hugh Foulk, Evan Foulk, Evan Evans, Hugh Evan, Ellis Pugh, John Griffith, Ellis Hugh, Theo. Jones, Nicholas Rbt, Evan Pugh, Richd Kenderdine, Tho Evan, Cadw Evan, Caddl Evan, Rbt Jones, Hugh Evans etc. mid col Ellin Foulk, Ellis Evens, Lowrey Siddon, Jane Hughs, Anne Foulk, Katherine Jones, Jane Jones, Jane Robt, Margaret Rbt, Eliz. Evans, Eliz Evnas Jr., Jane Evans, Bridgett Griffith, Gainor Humphrey, Sarah Evans, Cath Wms, Lowrey Evans, Anne Robt, Gainor Jones, Jane Eva, Ellin Hugh...
Child of CADWALLADER FOULKE and MARY EVANS is:
36. i. JUDAH FOULKE, b. September 30, 1722, Gwynedd MM, Pennsylvania; d. January 24, 1776, Philadelphia, PA.
10. GRACE11 FOULKE (EDWARD 10, FOULKE AP THOMAS9 EVAN, THOMAS AP8, EVAN AP THOMAS7 ROBERT, THOMAS AP ROBERT6 LLOYD, ROBERT AP DAVID5, DAVID LLOYD AP4 DAVID, DAVID AP IEUAN3 VYCHAN, IEUAN VYCHAN AP2 IEUAN, IEVAN AP1 GRUFFYDD) was born Abt. 1693 in Wales, and died January 04, 1733/34 in Merion, , Pennsylvania. She married JOHN GRIFFITH May 06, 1707. He was born in Chester Co., Pennsylvania.
Marriage at Gywnedd: John Griffith, s/o Griffith John, Merion and Grace Foulke, d/o Edward, Gwynedd at Gwynedd mh, 3rd mo 6, 1707
Will abstract: JOHN GRIFFITH, Merion, County of Philadelphia. Yeoman. 10 mo. 29, 1743. February 2, 1743. G.87.
Children: Edna, Susanna, Evan and Griffith.
Servant: Robert Jones.
Exec: Evan Griffith.
Trustees: James and Evan Jones, Richard George.
Wit: Edward and Jacob Jones.
More about John Griffith can be found on our Griffith web page.
Children of GRACE FOULKE and JOHN GRIFFITH are:
i. GRIFFITH12 GRIFFITH.
ii. JOHN GRIFFITH.iii. EVAN GRIFFITH
iv. SUSANNA GRIFFITH.
Sources for this document: Historical Collections of Gwynedd, by Howard M. Jenkins (1897, 2nd edition); Foulke Family Association web site; www.rootsweb.com Worldconnect, any and all data bases.
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