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1. Title:   Burial Record of Merion Meeting Graveyard (1725-1746), Montgomery County, PA
Page:   Downloaded 26 January, 2015.
Publication:   Name: USGenWeb Archives; Location:; Date: Transcribed 1982; Indexed 1983;
Source:   S479
Author:   Margaret B. Harvey

a. Note:   Sarah Wynne, widow to Jonathan Wynne, 2 d Mo. 27, 1744. Her maiden name was Sarah Greaves. Her children were, Thomas, John, Jonathan, Hannah, Mary, Sidney, Martha, Elizabeth, James. Thomas married Mary Warner and remained on the plantation, "Wynnstay", in Blockley. John settled in Germantown and married Ann Pastorius. Jonathan settled in East Nantmeal township, Chester Co. James died young. Mary married Nov. 28, 1729, Noah Abraham of Upper Merion. Martha married Aug. 30, 1741, James Kite, son of Abraham Kite. 8, 30, 1741. James Keite, son of Abraham of Blockley, and Martha Wynne of the same place, spinster, at Merion Meeting House. Wit: Abraham, Mary, Isaac, Thomas, John and Joseph Kite; Sarah, Thomas, John, Ann, Lydia and Sarah Wynne. Mary Winne and Noah Abraham, married 9 Mo. 28, 1729. Marriage is recorded at the First Prebysterian Church, Philadelphia. Sidney Wynne married Samuel Graves, 4 Mo. 1, 1732. Also recorded at First Presbyterian Church. Elizabeth Wynn married Ralph Lewis, 7 Mo. 2, 1737. Recorded at First Presbyterian Church. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.