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Re: THOMAS COURSE, B. 1784 NJ
Posted by: Betty Craig Date: August 24, 2001 at 23:19:50
In Reply to: THOMAS COURSE, B. 1784 NJ by Barbara McCormick of 36

There is a possibility you may be searching for a name that is spelled Corse. My 6 x g grandfather James Corursey/Corse, changed the spelling of his name in 1696 from Coursey to Corse. It is documented in a Quaker meeting in Cecil Co., Md. He came from England, and immigrated to Talbot Co., Md in 1677. One of his sons, John Corse married a Susanna Hanson of De. Her father was Timothy Hanson. John & Susanna named their sons, William, John, Samuel, Timothy and Thomas. You might want to look into this line - there is a possibility yours could connect. Also there was a Dickinson family that were Quakers.
Good luck,
Betty Craig
bcraig11@msn.com


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