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(4) Hannah, b. 17 March 1697; m. (by minute Kennett Quaker Meeting 1 March) 1717/18, William Dixon. She died between 6 - 18 Jan. 1777 N.C. Co. aged 80. (Will)(5) Thomas Jr., b. 23 Feb. 1698/99; d. 1 Sept. 1753 at Pipe Creek, Maryland; where he died after departing on a trip as a Quaker Missionary to the Carolinas, aged 54. He was a minister 25 years. He m. Judith Lampley 28 Feb. 1722. Issue: Susanna, Grace, Thomas, Isaac, Nathaniel, Rachel, Amor, Christopher and Judith. From Amor came the line of founders of Hollingsworth & Whitney Paper Company, a division of Scott Paper Company.
(6) Ann, b. 6 July 1701; Died in 1708 aged 7. (Stewart.)
(7) Jacob, b. 4 March 1704; Died before 5 May 1766, New Castle Co. Delaware. M. 23 Nov. 1729, Kennett, Rachel Chandler. Issue: Elias, David, Ruth (m. John Way), Jacob, Zebedee, Jeptha and Rachel. (Elias went to Bush River, S.C. as did Jeptha. David went to Huntingdon Co., Penna. Jacob seems to have left his wife and went South. More of him later.)
(8)Sarah, b, 7 Oct. 1706; m. (by Kennett Minute dated 5 Sept.) 1724, John Dixon. Issue: Sarah, M. David Pusey, 9m 7,1756.
(9)Joseph, b, 11 May 1709; d. about 1757, Anson County, North Carolina, aged 48, Married 23 April 1730, New Castle Co. Penna. (Kennett Meeting) Martha Houghton (daughter of John Houghton). She was last known to be alive 26 May 1770 on removal to Fredericksburgh Meeting, South Carolina. (See Vol. 2, p. 45.) Joseph and family left Delaware in 1741, for Hopewell Meeting, Frederick County, Virginia, but were in Anson County, N.C. when he obtained a grant of land in 1753. Issue (partly unproven and perhaps incomplete): Thomas, Jacob, Joseph, William, Abraham, Isaac, Martha (m.Benjamin Hawkins), Enoch. (These lived in North and South Carolina, some going to Ohio and Indiana. See Vol. 4 p. 149.)
(10) Grace, Jr., b. 9 May 1712; Married Mr. Nugent before 1 Dec. 1739, out of Meeting. Disowned Aug. 1, 1/41. No further record. (See HR Vol. 3 p. 115 Minute Number 18.)
Most of above material has been published in HR at different times. John V. Hollingsworth has contributed much original information making this expansion of Stewart's book (and correction of his many errors) possible. None of Stewart's dates agree with ours because he translated all the Old Style to New Style, causing a two month difference in every case with dates before 1753.
4. CATHERINE HOLLINGSWORTH (called Katheran in some records), born July 1663; Died. 29 August 1746 in her 83rd year, near Newark; Delaware. She was a zealous Quaker Minister. (See HR Vol. 3, p. 157.)
She married, 2 January 1688/9, GEORGE ROBINSON, who was born in the north of Ireland about 1666: died in America 8 Nov. 1738 in his 72nd year. He was called "Big George" Robinson, and was not born of Quaker parents. Friends had misgivings about allowing the marriage. (HR Vol. 1, p. (See next page.)