Elizabeth (Stevenson) Hughes Pedigree


Ann (Stevenson) Biles Pedigree

(Start at generation 1, below.)



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Origin of the surname “Stevenson:”







4   Thomas Stevenson


1. Biographical notes:


Born.  Died .  Immigrated to New York in 1644.


2. Wife: (?)


Born .  Died .


3. Children: (five total; order uncertain)


a. Thomas Stevenson, Jr.: See generation 3, below.










3   Thomas Stevenson, Jr.


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1674.  Died .


2. Wife: Elizabeth Lawrence


Born .  Died .


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. Thomas Stevenson, III: See generation 2, below.


2   Thomas Stevenson, III


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1674.  Died 10 February 1704 at his Monthly Meeting [of Quakers].  Resided in Bensalem Township.  Was a large land owner along the Nesheminy and elsewhere. 


2. Wife: Elizabeth Sarah (Jennings) Pennington



Born 8 December 1686; eldest daughter of Samuel Jennings.  Died ; interred 12 June 1733 in the Friends [Quakers] burying ground, Middleton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  Married (1st) Edward Pennington on 6 November 1699.  Following Edward’s death, Sarah married (2nd) Thomas Stevenson, III on 17 March 1733.


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. Elizabeth Stevenson: See generation 1a, below.


b. Ann Stevenson: See generation 1b,below.


1a  Elizabeth Stevenson:


Born abt 1712.  Died 17 July 1767.  Married Mathew Hughes, Jr., paragraph 4a.C.1.f. of the William Biles (3a) page on 17 March 1733.


1b  Ann Stevenson:


Born 6 December 1704.  Died 8 March 1734.  Married (1st) Edward Pennington on 6 November 1699.  Married (2nd) William Biles, III, paragraph 4a.C.2.b. of the William Biles (3a) page on 5 March 1725.



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