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  • Cathy Joynt Labath
    April 19, 1753 The Pennsylvania Gazette Lancaster, April 13, 1753 Notice is hereby given, That if James Gibson, son of John Gibson,, of Sligoe, in the kingdom
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      April 19, 1753
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      Lancaster, April 13, 1753
      Notice is hereby given, That if James Gibson, son of John
      Gibson,, of Sligoe, in the kingdom of Ireland, who came into
      the Province of Maryland, in the year 1746, be yet alive, he is
      desired to go to George Gibson, of Lancaster, in the province
      of Pennsylvania, where he may be informed of something very
      considerable to his advantage; or if any person will inform the
      said George Gibson where he may be found, it will be kindly
      taken from GEORGE GIBSON.


      May 31, 1753
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      HUGH QUINN, now in Philadelphia, from Dungannon, in the North
      of Ireland, desires to see or hear from his Cousins George
      Laughlin, and James Donelly. Said Quin [sic] may be heard of at
      Capt. Lloyd, in Water street.

      June 21, 1753
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      WHEREAS Samuel Robinson, of the parish of Bangar, near
      Belfast, in the north of Ireland, Blacksmith, about 15 or 16
      years ago came over and settled some where in this Province;
      and as there are some persons lately come from England, who
      want to see or hear of him, this is therefore to request any
      person that knows where his place of residence is, that they
      will give intelligence thereof to Mr. Alexander Lunan,
      Merchant, in Philadelphia, or to the Printer hereof, and the
      favour shall be gratefully acknowledged, by John Robinson.


      August 29, 1754
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      NOTICE is hereby given, that if Patrick Blair, who came into
      Pennsylvania some years ago, from Newtown Stuart, in the county
      of Tyrone, in Ireland, be he yet alive, and applies to Thomas
      Lucas, at Pequea, in Lancaster county, he will hear of
      something greatly to his satisfaction; or if he is dead, the
      person who informs said Lucas, or makes report of the same in
      the Pennsylvania Gazette, shall be gratefully rewarded for their
      trouble, by THOMAS LUCAS.


      September 4, 1755
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      Philadelphia, September 4, 1755.,
      Notice is hereby given, That if Timothy Summers, or Lawrence
      his Brother, who came into Pennsylvania some years ago, from
      Tillick, in the county of Tyrone, in Ireland, be yet active,
      by applying to Thomas Lucas, at Pequay, in Lancaster county,
      they will hear of something very much to their satisfaction;
      or if dead, the person who makes report in the Pennsylvania
      Gazette, shall be gratefully rewarded by THOMAS LUCAS.

      October 2, 1755
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      Willistown, Chester county, September 21, 1755.
      Whereas Patrick McQuead, son of John McQuead, living in
      the county of Antrim, in the parish of Derrylichin, in
      Ireland, came to some part of America about twelve years
      ago from England; if the said Patrick be alive, he is
      desired to send a letter directed to the care of Mr.
      Nathaniel Grubb in Chester county, to be left at the
      Printers hereof, and the favour will be thankfully
      acknowledged by ARTHUR McQUEAD.


      August 19, 1756
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      IF Hector Shirley Monroe, son of Hector Monroe, Esq; of the
      county of Downe, in Ireland, be alive, and will apply to the
      reverend Mr. Philip Hughes, chaplain to Major general
      Abercrombieregiment, Messieurs Conyngham and Nesbitt, of
      Philadelphia, merchants, or Mr. Hugh Wallace, merchant, in New
      York, he will hear of something greatly to his advantage: If
      any person and give information about him, they are requested to
      inform the of gentlemen.


      February 10, 1757
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      THESE are to inform John, Robert, and Moses Molegan, who came
      from Ireland, out of the county of Armagh, sons of John
      Molegan, that they have a Legacy left them by one Thomas
      McKeterick, and by applying to Hugh McCollom, executor, living
      at Freehold, in Monmouth county, East Jersey, they may be
      further informed.


      June 15, 1758
      The Pennsylvania Gazette

      WHEREAS Nathaniel Scott, of Charles Town, in South Carolina,
      advertised, some Years ago, in the Pennsylvania Gazette, the
      Decease of Jonathan Scott, near Edender, in King County, in
      Ireland; by whose Decease there is a certain Annuity reverting
      to his Son Henry Scott who has lived in Pennsylvania and the
      Jerseys upwards of 20 Years past; and as no Account has been
      received whether the said Henry Scott be dead or alive, this
      serves once more to advertise him, that on his applying
      personally to the above mentioned Nathaniel Scott in Charles
      Town, or by having it legally attested by those who knew him
      when in Ireland, that he is now living, and confirmed before
      proper Magistrates, so that it may be approved of in Ireland,
      he shall have Twenty Guineas now in hand, and during his
      natural Life. Twenty Guineas per Annum, provided he comes in
      within three Months from the advertizing hereof. And that this
      Information may come the sooner to the Knowledge of the said
      Henry Scott, the said Nathaniel Scott promises a Reward of Ten
      Guineas to any one who first shall signify the Contents of
      this Advertisement to said Henry Scott, and have it properly
      attested as above. The last Place of his Residence, by some
      Accounts received, was in Burlington, in West Jersey, being
      then acquainted with Messieurs Conyngham and Gardner.

      Cathy Joynt Labath
      Ireland Old News
      http://www.IrelandOldNews.com/
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