's only daughter, Susanna
, married in succession two non-Quakers, but her daughter, Fisher's grand-daughter, converted back and became a well-known Quaker writer under her married name of Sophia Hume
's memoirs mention several of her religious associates as being also personal friends. She corresponded with many of them, and travelled with Sophia Hume
(whose natural and spiritual understanding she admired) and with Hannah Shipley
Catherine Payton (later CP
) set off with Sophia Hume
on a missionary journey to Holland—where, however, they found the language a problem.
Phillips, Catherine. Memoirs of the Life of Catherine Phillips. James Phillips and Son, 1797.
15 September 1752
A great hurricane in South Carolina was taken as divine warning by Sophia Hume
in Epistle to the Inhabitants of South Carolina, 1754.
Hume, Sophia. A Caution to Such as Observe Days and Times. 1760.
Hume, Sophia. A Caution to Such as Observe Days and Times called Festivals. 1754.
Hume, Sophia. A Short Appeal to Men and Women of Reason, Distinguished by Titles of Worldly Honour; or by Riches exclusive of Titles. E. Farley, 1765.
Hume, Sophia. A Word of Advice and Warning to Handicrafts-men, Labourers, Carmen, Coachmen, Chairmen, &c. 1750.
Hume, Sophia. An Epistle to the Inhabitants of South-Carolina. Luke Hinde, 1754.
Hume, Sophia. An Exhortation to the Inhabitants of the Province of South-Carolina. William Bradford, 1747.
Hume, Sophia, editor. Extracts from Divers Ancient Testimonies of Friends and Others. 1760.
Hume, Sophia. Remarks on the Practice of Inoculation for the Small Pox. 1766.
Hume, Sophia. Remarks on the Practice of Inoculation for the Small Pox. 1767.