Richard Bury, a Quaker from Bristol, England left a will, written in 1730 in which he names my ancestor, Hannah Watson, the daughter of James Cullimore (her marriage record says her father's name was John). She was also a Quaker.
She is named as his "kinswoman".
Richard apparently had no children and named his nieces and nephew and their children in his will. All are named as either "kinsman" or "kinswoman" and all but two he names as the children of his siblings, Mark and Mary. One of those two others (John Moore) is easy to identify as the deceased child of his sister, Mary (Bury) Moore.
The other is my ancestor, Hannah (Cullimore) Watson. I am thinking that she may be a niece, daughter of another Bury sister who married James (or John) Cullimore. She could be a great-niece, however, Richard only named nices and nephews as his kinfolk and named their children (his great-nieces and great-nephews just by name).
But I cannot seem to find anything to prove the kinship, whatever it may be.