4914. Joseph Bushell & 4915. Sarah Webb
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By 1684, Joseph emigrated to PA.
2/7/1685, Joseph, and Robert Pyle, jurors in court held in Chester Co., PA in a case involving Henry Renolds.
3/3/1685, Joseph a juror in court held in Chester Co., PA, in an inquest.
2/10/1686, Joseph a juror in court held in Chester Co., PA, in a case involving Robert Cloud.
5/4/1686, in a court document describing a new road, Joseph Bushell’s land and house is next to that of Robert “Pile”.
4/7/1687, Joseph “made over a Deed for one hundred acres of Land lying in Thornbury to W m Brainton and his heirs for ever.”
10/6/1687, Joseph a juror in court held in Chester Co., PA, in a case involving Thomas Bottles.
4/10/1688, James Browne, by deed, conveyed 2 acres in Chichester to William Clay … Joseph Bushell … for the use of Friends, whereon a meeting house was built soon after.
1696, Joseph a resident of Chester Co. Twp; pledged 5 pounds for land in the Susquehanna area being developed by William Penn.
9/16/1696, Joseph deeded to Edward Johnings 140 acres of land in Beathell with housing for 200 pounds.
Child of Joseph and Sarah:
i. Jane Bushell, born ~1664 in Brinkwarte, Wiltshire, England.