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    1. Re: [FRONGOCH] Pennsylvania
    2. Terry D. Prall
    3. Hi, Interesting little site. Hugh Pugh - what were the parents thinking? :)- Both were probably Welsh, but doubtful they were Quakers. Definitely the right part of PA though. Have you seen "The Robert Pugh Family - One Branch of the Robert & Sarah Evans Pugh Family" by Mary Elizabeth Pugh and Margaret Louise Pugh Saville or "Capon Valley - It's Pioneers and their Descendants" by Maud Pugh? Both site other secondary sources, but have a lot of info. Terry ----- Original Message ----- From: <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2004 9:27 AM Subject: [FRONGOCH] Pennsylvania > Hi Terry, > > I also don't know if the Quaker records were kept intact in Wales after the > migrations of the late 1600's. At this point all my research has been in this > country. > > I did come across an interesting web site that might have some of "our" > people on it. > It deals with Pennsylvania executions. > > http://users.bestweb.net/~rg/execution/PENNSYLVANIA.htm > > Name: Pugh, Hugh > Race: White > Sex: Male > Occupation: Millwright > Crime: Murder > Method: Hanging > Date: May 9, 1718 > County: Delaware > > Name: Thomas, Lazarus > Race: White > Sex: Male > Occupation: Farm Hand > Crime: Murder > Method: Hanging > Date: May 9, 1718 > County: Delaware > > since these two people were hung on the same day, I wonder if they were > involved in the same crime? Doesn't sound like our peace loving Quakers, but the > place, date and names fit. > > Beulah > >

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