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The Job Family Early Quakers in America

Andrew Job, JR. (1650-1722) Quaker, tavern owner, constable/high sheriff of Chester County PA, surveyor, carpenter, and a member of assembly married Elizabeth Vernon (1669-1735) daughter of Thomas Vernon.

Read more at John Saunders website listed genealogy, photos, and image relics The Jobs

Surnames connected: ALLEN, BROWN, BERRY, MAXWELL.

The Blue Ball Tavern established in 1710 on Lot as the "Nottingham Lot" by Andrew Job who secured it from William Penn. Andrew Job's son Thomas Job wedded Elizabeth Maxwell, niece of Daniel Defoe who wrote "Robinson Crusoe." Read more

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