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Carol Bryant
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Heritage Books (August 2007)
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Title page of v. 2 reads: Records of the courts of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Irregular pagination. Pages 178 to 190, 213 repeated. Volume 2. Transcribed by Miss Dorothy Lapp under the auspices of the Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, Pennsylvania. Published by Richard T. and Mildred C. Williams, Danboro, Pennsylvania, 1972. 1681-1697 - v. 2. 1697-1710 - v. 3. 1716-1734 - v. 4. 1734-1746/7 - v. 5 & 6. 1747-1761.

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