John Hughes and My Other Quaker Ancestors: Their Pioneering Efforts at Gwynedd, Oley/Exeter & Roaring Creek Meetings and Subsequent Removal to Illinois, 1698 to 1998
John Hughes was born 10 January 1653 in Merionethshire, Wales. His parents were Hugh ap Cadwalader ap Rhys and Gwen Williams. He married Gwena Cadwalader in 1676. They had eight children. They emigrated in 1698 and settled in Berks County, Pennsylvania. He died in 1736. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Wales, Pennsylvania and Illinois.
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