Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Birmingham, England” in chapter 1 of George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army:
...f the largest houses in London.
George Meade's children were ten in number, five sons and five daughters.
Two of the latter married brothers, Thomas and John Ketland, sons of Thomas Ketland, of Birmingham, England , who were engaged in business in Philadelphia for some years after the Revolution.
Neither left any descendants.
Another of the daughters married William Hustler, also an Englishman, whose descen...
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