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Irish Quaker Immigration into Pennsylvania

General history of immigration from Ireland focusing on the Quakers


This richly detailed database contains information regarding Quaker immigrants from Ireland to Pennsylvania. Compiled by Albert Myers, a member of the Pennsylvania Historical Society, this work narrates the general history of immigration from Ireland focusing on Quakers who came to the United States. In addition to the historical narrative, biographies of many immigrants, often containing birth and death dates, as well as some wills and probate records are included. For the researcher looking for Irish who immigrated to North America, this can be a tool of great value.
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