Title: A Brief Account of the Life and Religious ...
Publisher: Tract Association of Friends, Philadelphia
Publication Date: 1876
Book Condition: Good
16mo, stain on fore-edge of cover, moderate wear, paper browned, good. (Smith, I:878) Sarah Grubb of Sudbury, in Suffolk, was the daughter of Mason and Hannah Lynes, and was born at Wapping, London, in 1773. Her father was by trade a block and mast maker. In the year 1803, she was united in marriage with John Grubb. She died in 1842 at the age of 69 and had been a minister 52 years. Bookseller Inventory # 054924
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