Title: The Ulster Jacksons Citation Text: Pettus, Louise, "The Waxhaws" 1993. pp. 18-19 "Thesix Hutchinson sisters were all spinners, a skill they learned inIreland. Homespun, linsey-woolsey, and linen cloth were the fruits oflong hours of spinning and weaving. None could compare in quality withWaxhaw homespun!" SOURCE: Carrie Crawford on Genforum On the samepage it is noted that James Crawford was the husband of Jennet or JaneHutchinson and that he was a gristmill owner and distiller who arrivedca. 1763 from Pennsylvania. He "made whiskey of his neighbor's grainfor sixpense a gallon in toll". SOURCE May 17, 2010 Carrie Crawford onGenForum.
Publication: Name: Carrickfergus Borough Council, Belfast, 1997; undefined undefined
Author: D.J. McCarthy undefined
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