James Carey

Life
Printer, and brother of Mathew Carey and W. P. Carey; removed from Dublin; established papers in Virginia, 1793; maintained shop in Philadephia from 1796; radical journalist. FDA

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References
Alfred Webb, Compendium of Irish Biography (Dublin Gill 1878; rep. facs. 1970), contains entries on John Carey (1756-1829), Matthew Carey (1760-1839) and William P. Carey (1768-1839), but not on James Carey [as supra].

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Notes
Kith & Kin: The Carey brothers’ youngest sister, Margaret, also emigrated to America and later became an associate of “Mother Seton”. (Information supplied by Elizabeth Carey and Kerby Miller, in correspondence on the Diaspora E-List [Bradford], August 2002).

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