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Richard Gorsuch

Richard Gorsuch[1]

Male 1637 - 1677  (~ 39 years)

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  • Name Richard Gorsuch 
    Born Apr 1637  Walkern, Hertfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened 19 Apr 1637  Walkern, Hertfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Mar 1677  Talbot, Maryland, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Age ~ 39 years 
    Person ID I537757  Tuszynski
    Last Modified 15 Jul 2019 

    Father John Gorsuch (maid. name DD),   b. Abt 1609, Bishopsgate, City of London, Greater London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 May 1648, Walkern, Hertfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 39 years) 
    Mother Ancestors Anne Lovelace,   b. 1610, Bethersden, Kent, England, United Kingdom Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Jun 1652, West River, Maryland, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 42 years) 
    Family ID F522147  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
    1. [S500001] FamilySearch Family Tree, (MyHeritage), https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-40001-1269405725/richard-gorsuch-sr-in-familysearch-family-tree (Reliability: 4).
      Richard Gorsuch Sr.&lt;br&gt;Gender: Male&lt;br&gt;Christening: Apr 19 1637 - Walkern, Hertfordshire, England&lt;br&gt;Marriage: Spouse: Elizabeth ROE or RAE - Nov 12 1664 - Talbot, Maryland, United States&lt;br&gt;Death: Mar 1677 - Talbot, Maryland, United States&lt;br&gt;Parents: <a>Reverend John Gorsuch D.D.</a>, <a>Anne Gorsuch (born Lovelace)</a>&lt;br&gt;Wife: <a>Elizabeth ROE or RAE</a>&lt;br&gt;Children: <a>Anne Rachel Phelps (born Gorsuch)</a>, <a>Mary Keene (born Gorsuch)</a>, <a>Elizabeth Gorsuch</a>, <a>Anne Gorsuch</a>, <a>Sarah Bowdle (born Gorsuch)</a>, <a>Charles Gorsuch</a>&lt;br&gt;Siblings: <a>Daniell Gorsuch</a>, <a>Elizabeth Powell (born Gorsuch)</a>, <a>Lovelace Gorsuch</a>, <a>John Gorsuch</a>, <a>Joanna Gorsuch</a>, <a>Katherine Whitby (born Gorsuch)</a>, <a>Robert Gorsuch</a>, <a>Anna Todd (born Gorsuch)</a>, <a>Frances Faireclough (born Gorsuch)</a>, <a>Charles Gorsuch Sr.</a>, <a>Thomas Gorsuch</a>, <a>William Gorsuch</a>&lt;br&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;Additional information: <br> <br>LifeSketch: MARYLAND QUAKERS IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY 303 friendly to Quakerism in these early days. 29 Other influential Quakers who entered this section of the lower Eastern Shore at a date a little later than this initial influx of 1661-1663 were John Goddin, Levin Denwood, Nehemiah Covington, and Thomas Evernden (later of Dorchester). 30 In addition to this group of Friends who moved from North- ampton and Accomack Counties in Virginia to Somerset in Maryland, there were a number of Quakers who were forced by Governor Berkeley in 1660 to flee Lancaster and the neighboring counties of Virginia. For the most part, they settled along the shores of the Patapsco in Baltimore County and along the Chop- tank in what was about to become Talbot County. In this Talbot group were Richard Gorsuch and Thomas Powell, both of whom became Justices of Talbot, and Howell Powell and Walter Dickinson, both prominent planters. 31 Philip Stevenson, who was on the Court in Talbot County in 1665, was probably one of the Virginia Quakers. 32 Among those who settled along the Patapsco were Charles and Robert Gorsuch, brothers of Richard and Lovelace Gorsuch, who settled along the Choptank in Talbot. 33 The increasing attitude of respect toward Quakerism, men- tioned earlier, was in large part due to the visits of three out- standing leaders of the new movement — John Burnyeat, George Fox, and William Edmundson. Burnyeat, the first of the three to labor in Maryland, arrived here in April, 1665, from Barbados. He spent the whole summer in Maryland — holding "large meet- ings in the Lord’s power." 34 In the spring of 1672 Burnyeat again returned to Maryland and experienced great success in his work. He called a General Meeting of all Friends in Maryland at West River. This was the beginning of the Baltimore Yearly Meeting, the second oldest yearly meeting to be organized in America. 35 In 1671 George Fox, accompanied by twelve other leaders, sailed for Barbados where he spent three months strengthening and expanding the Society of Friends. After a visit to Jamaica, the party, which included William Edmundson, sailed to Mary- 29 Ibid., pp. 88-94. 31 Archives of Maryland, LIV, xxi. 30 Ibid., pp. 92, 98-99. Z2 lbid., LIV, xxiv. 33 Ibid., LIV, xxv. These four Gorsuch brothers had migrated to Virginia with their mother about 1652 where they became converts to Quakerism. They were the sons of a Loyalist Anglican clergyman, the Rev. John Gorsuch, who in 1647 was put to death in England by the Puritans. -Maryland Historical Magazine https://archive.org/stream/marylandhistoric47brow/marylandhistoric47brow_djvu.txt

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