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Philip, James & Jon David - members of St. David's Church, Radnor, PA in 1721
Posted by: Leslie Potter (ID *****0159) Date: October 16, 2010 at 06:51:00
  of 1746

I am seeking genealogical and biographical information on Philip, James, and Jon David, who were listed as a communicants of St. Davidís Church, Radnor, Chester County, Pennsylvania on Good Friday, March ye 23, 1721.

The members of St. Davidís Church, Radnor will be celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the laying of the corner stone on May 9, 2015. Although several histories have been written about St. Davidís Church previously, these books have focused mainly on the clergy and the vestrymen. I would like to be able to introduce the present congregation to the saints, who occupied the pews of St. Davidís Church in the 18th and 19th centuries. So any information about Philip, James, and Jon David that you would be willing to share with me will be greatly appreciated.

I will be researching in the Chester County Archives in West Chester, Pennsylvania and will be happy to share whatever I find with you and the other descendants of Philip, James, and Jon David.

Thank you.

Leslie Potter

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