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Philip A Davis (1899 - 1956)

Phillip was born in Hamilton , Stuben County IN , Quaker community . At some point he left the community to Marry Minnie Susan Allen.

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John W. Davis MP (1794 - 1877)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on John Davis: John Davis[1],[2],[3] M, b. 31 October 1794, d. 2 August 1877 Father* Charles Davis b. 4 Feb 1771, d. 24 Feb 1850 Mother* Hanna...

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Hannah Davis MP (1774 - 1812)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Hannah Piggott: Hannah Piggott[1],[2] F, b. 9 July 1774, d. 25 October 1812 Father* Benjamin Piggott b. 29 Nov 1732, d. 26 Apr 1818 Mothe...

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Anthony Chamness, Sr. MP (1713 - 1777)

From the Martha's Extended Family page on Anthony Chamness: Anthony Chamness[1],[2],[3],[4] M, b. 5 February 1713, d. 20 September 1777 Father* John Chamness b. 1681 Mother* Ann Jones b. 16...

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Sarah Chamness MP (1718 - c.1773)

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Mary Davis (Chamness) MP (1743 - 1819)

From Martha's Extended Family page on Mary Chamness: Mary Chamness[1],[2] F, b. 11 November 1743, d. 22 June 1819 Father: Anthony Chamness b. 5 Feb 1713, d. 20 Sep 1777 Mother: Sarah Cole b...

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John W. Davis MP (1735 - 1806)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA. DAR Ancestor # A030436 From Martha's Extended family page on John Davis: John Davis [1],[2],[3] b. 28 November 1735, d. 21 November 1806 F...

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Isaac White (1752 - 1819)

Isaac White was born about 1752 and arrived in North Carolina sometime before the Revolutionary War. He was married to Sarah Vaughn, October 12, 1775 in Guilford County, North Carolina by Mr. Thomas Ri...

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George Howland (1781 - 1852)

History George Howland George Howland was born on November 7, 1781 in the Long Plain section of what is now Acushnet, Massachusetts. The Howlands had been among the earliest settlers in Old Dartmouth...

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Charles Osborn (1775 - 1850)

Charles Osborn was born in Guilford County, N. C., in 1776, and commenced the ministry in the Friends Church about 1806 or 1808. He was one of the earliest and most extreme of the abolition preachers, ...

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Joseph Russell, III (1719 - 1804)

History Joseph Russell, 3d, was a man of medium stature, and of rather slender figure. He wore the old-fashioned costume of the Society of Friends, of which he was a strict member: the long-skirted c...

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Captain Isaac Howland, Sr (1726 - 1811)

History Captain Isaac Howland Sr ., made his fortune on the West Indies trade, and by having the foresight to invest in whaling when that industry was still in its infancy. The Captain settled in New...

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Isaac Howland, Jr. (1755 - 1834)

History Isaac Howland, Jr., (1755-1834), eminent whaling merchant and founder of a celebrated house, was a man of slight physique, weighing it is said, not more than ninety or one hundred pounds, but...

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Mayor George Howland, Jr (c.1806 - d.)

History George Howland Jr. was born in New Bedford in 1806, the son of George Howland and Elizabeth (Howland) Howland and died there in 1892. After leaving school at the age of fourteen, he entered t...

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Henry Howland, Jr. of Duxbury MP (1604 - 1671)

Henry "The Quaker" Howland (1605 –1671) , was born in 1605 in Fen Stanton, Huntingdonshire, England, the son of Henry Howland of Fen Stanton by his wife Margaret. He died at the age of 66 on 17 ...

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Captain Cornelius Howland (1758 - 1835)

History Capt. Cornelius Howland was born in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, and was master of a vessel by the age of 18. He was taken prisoner during the Revolution and survived 15 months of captivity in E...

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Edward Wing Howland, Esq. (1804 - 1879)

Edward W. Howland became keeper of the Clark's Point Light in early 1835, replacing his father, Capt. Cornelius Howland, who had recently died at 77. source: "Clark's Point Light" History EDWARD ...

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Hannah Howland (1792 - 1813)

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Matthew Howland (1750 - 1834)

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Mary A. Taylor (1842 - d.)

Mary Taylor was a Quaker from Pennsylvania who was assigned by the Society of Friends to teach black children in South Carolina after the Civil War.

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Arthur Capper, Governor (1865 - 1951)

Arthur Capper (July 14, 1865 – December 19, 1951) was an American politician from Kansas. He was the 20th Governor of Kansas from 1915 to 1919 and a United States Senator from 1919 to 1949. ...

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Lorenzo D. Lewelling, Governor (1846 - 1900)

Lorenzo Dow Lewelling (December 21, 1846 – September 3, 1900) was the 12th Governor of Kansas. Biography Lewelling was born in Salem, Iowa. He was the son of William Lewelling, an abolitio...

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George T. Anthony, Governor (1824 - 1896)

George Tobey Anthony (June 9, 1824 – August 5, 1896) was seventh Governor of Kansas, and was a second cousin of famous suffragette Susan B. Anthony. Biography Anthony was born to Quakers o...

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Rebecca Perkins Hussey MP (1641 - 1707)

John Hussey and Rebecca Perkins John Hussey was baptized “the last day of ye last mo: Ao 1635”[1] in Lynn...

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Rev. John Hussey, II MP (1636 - 1707)

Biographical Summary #1: John Hussey was baptized the last day of ye last mo: 1635 in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, the son of Christopher Hussey and Theodate Bachiler. John married Rebecca Perkins 2 S...

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Abigail LNU (not Hill) MP (1651 - c.1699)

The date of death shown by The Allen Family Project is 27 Mar 1699; however, this is very doubtful. The will of Ebenezer Allen dated 18 Apr 1725 mentions his wife, Abigail. There is evidence that Abiga...

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Samuel Palmer (1645 - 1716)

Will In the name of God, Amen. I, SAMUEL PALMER, of Mamaroneck, in Westchester County, being in perfect health. I leave to my wife Mary, all movable estate during her life, and then to my children an...

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Sarah Palmer (1688 - 1757)

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Solomon Palmer (1692 - 1786)

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Joseph Hull (c.1735 - 1795)

BIOGRAPHY: Joseph engaged in business in New York City with brother Oliver in 1772, but soon returned to Peach Pond. RESIDENCE: Joseph was listed in the following New York City Directory as: 1789 H...

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Jonathan Marsh, Sr. (b. - 1704)

In April of 1703 Jonathan Marsh bought what was later known as Clarke's Ferry from Thomas Winterton of Jamestown, who operated it for three years. He and John Carr, ferrymen, were to carry all Magistra...

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Daniel Howland (1661 - 1714)

Daniel Howland was the innkeeper and proprietor of Howland's Ferry. He acquired the ferry and inn from John Simmons in 1694. Daniel was prominent in town affairs and for the first twenty years he lived...

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Preston Lea, Governor (1841 - 1916)

Preston Lea (November 12, 1841 – December 4, 1916) was an American businessman and politician from Wilmington, in New Castle County, Delaware. He was a member of the Republican Party who serve...

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Joseph Tatnall, Sr. (1740 - 1813)

Joseph Tatnall was an influential citizen in Wilmington and the Brandywine Village flour mills were a significant source of flour for the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Although Tatnall...

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John Hunn, Governor (1849 - 1926)

) John Hunn (June 23, 1849 – September 1, 1926) was an American businessman and politician from Camden, in Kent County, Delaware. He was a member of the Republican Party who served as Governor...

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Robert R Worthington, Sr. (c.1667 - 1735)

Born in either 1663 or 1667 From England to Ireland in 1695 then to America in 1714 ------------------------- From Wikipedia: The Robert Worthington House, also known as Piedmont and Quarry B...

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Caleb P. Bennett, Governor (1758 - 1836)

Caleb Prew Bennett (November 11, 1758 – May 9, 1836) was an American soldier and politician from Wilmington, in New Castle County, Delaware. He was a veteran of the American Revolution and the...

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Col. Samuel Newitt Wood (1825 - 1891)

Samuel Newitt Wood (December 30, 1825 – June 23, 1891) was an American attorney and politician. Wood represented Chase, Morris, and Madison counties in the Kansas Territorial Legislature i...

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Curtis Bok MP (1897 - 1962)

William Curtis Bok (September 7, 1897 - May 22, 1962) was a Pennsylvania jurist, philanthropist and writer. Heir to an enormous fortune, he was also a devout Quaker and an avid sailor. Biography ...

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Ann Brewer Moon MP (1755 - 1834)

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Joseph R. Moon MP (1750 - 1833)

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William Cameron Sproul, Governor (1870 - 1928)

William Cameron Sproul (September 16, 1870 – March 21, 1928) was the 27th Governor of Pennsylvania from 1919 to 1923. He was born near Octoraro and Andrew's Bridge, Colerain Township, Lancas...

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William F. Packer, Governor (1806 - 1870)

William Fisher Packer (April 2, 1807 – September 27, 1870) was the 14th Governor of Pennsylvania from 1858 to 1861. His father was James Packer from Chester County, Pennsylvania and his mother...

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Alice Hiatt (1728 - c.1777)

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William Hiett, Sr MP (c.1700 - 1766)

From: THE SETTING UP OF HOPEWELL MEETING Meeting of Worship at Hopewell meeting house, also Richard Beeson Junior,to Read the Said Testimony at Providence Meeting House on a first Day asaffsd. Will...

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Nicholas Upsall MP (c.1598 - 1666)

WIKIPEDIA: Nicholas Upsall (c. 1596 – 20 August 1666) was an early Puritan immigrant to the American Colonies, among the first 108 Freemen in colonial America. He was a trusted public servant wh...

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Friend Richardson, Governor MP (1865 - 1943)

Friend William Richardson (born William Richardson) (December 1, 1865 – September 6, 1943), was an American newspaper publisher and politician. A member of the Progressive Party and later the ...

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Jonathan Worth, Governor (1802 - 1869)

) Jonathan Worth (November 18, 1802 – September 5, 1869) was the 39th Governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from 1865 to 1868, during the early years of Reconstruction. Early life ...

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William Smith, Sr. MP (1651 - 1710)

From: 3) Thomas Smith died 1672 Children? 1) John [or s.o. John above?] 2) Abel (3a) 3) William (3b) ? 4) George (3c) ? Thomas appears in the 1672 list of commoners. In 1673 he was 'the l...

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Hannah Hall (deceased)

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James Hall (c.1650 - d.)

RootsWeb: Quakers who lived in Chester County, Pennsylvania. They disowned their son Samuel because he married out of the faith.

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Samuel Hall (c.1676 - 1738)

From: Anna Elizabeth Springer b: 1687 in New Stockholm, Gloucester Co, NJ m'd 1706 Samuel Hall. Samuel Hall was a Englishman who died as a weaver in Kennet, Chester County in 1738. His will named his...

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John Hiatt (c.1676 - c.1726)

From: 1a2B) John Hiett [Chr. 27 Apr 1676 Street, s.o. Richard Hiett] d.c. 1727 America Married: c. 1695 Mary Smith [Chr. 22 Apr 1673 Butleigh] d.o. William and Grace Smith #, d. 1745 Bucks County, ...

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Col. Clement Biddle (1740 - 1814)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A009914 Service: PENNSYLVANIA Rank(s): COLONEL, DEPUTY, QUARTERMASTER, GENERAL Birth: 5-10-1740 PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA Death: 7-14-1814 PHILADELPHI...

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Dr. Thomas Wynne (c.1627 - 1692)

Dr. Thomas Wynne (July 20, 1627 – March 17, 1691) was personal physician of William Penn and one of the original settlers of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania. Born in Ysceifiog, Wa...

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Thomas Wharton, Jr., 1st President of Pennsylvania (1735 - 1778)

. Thomas Wharton Jr. (1735–1778) was a Pennsylvania merchant and politician of the Revolutionary era. He served as the first President of Pennsylvania (an office akin to Governor) following th...

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Ann Cooper Whitall (1716 - 1797)

Ann Cooper Whitall (1716–1797) was a prominent Quaker woman in early America. Ann Cooper was born in Woodbury, New Jersey. She married James Whitall. During the American War for Independen...

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Martha Carey Thomas MP (1857 - 1935)

Martha Carey Thomas was born January 2, 1857, in Baltimore, Maryland, the eldest child of James Carey Thomas and Mary Whitall Thomas. Her father and paternal grandfather were physicians. Her mother was...

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Hannah Tatum Smith (Whitall) MP (1832 - 1911)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hannah Tatum Whitall Smith (February 7, 1832 – May 1, 1911) was a lay speaker and author in the Holiness movement in the United States and the Higher Life...

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Robert Pearsall Smith (1827 - 1899)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Pearsall Smith (1827-1899) was a lay leader in the Holiness movement in the United States and the Higher Life movement in Great Britain. His book Holiness...

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John Mickle Whitall (1800 - 1877)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Mickle Whitall (November 4, 1800 – June 6, 1877) was a prominent U.S. sea captain, businessman and philanthropist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania invo...

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Hannah Clark Johnston Bailey (1839 - 1923)

Hannah Clark Johnston Bailey (July 5, 1839-October 23,1923) was born at Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, New York. She was the eldest of 11 children of a family of Quaker pacifists. Hannah Johnston taught for 1...

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Leonard Courtney, 1st Baron Courtney of Penwith PC (1832 - 1918)

Leonard Henry Courtney, 1st Baron Courtney of Penwith PC (6 July 1832 – 11 May 1918) was a British politician, academic and man of letters. He was a member of William Ewart Gladstone's second ...

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Catherine Courtney, Baroness Courtney of Penwith (1847 - 1929)

Catherine "Kate" Courtney, Baroness Courtney of Penwith (née Potter; 4 April 1847 - 26 February 1929), was a British social worker and internationalist. Active in charitable organizations in h...

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Elizabeth Redding (c.1751 - c.1776)

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Edward Hicks (1780 - 1849)

Edward Hicks (April 4, 1780 – August 23, 1849) was an American folk painter and distinguished minister of the Society of Friends. He became a Quaker icon because of his paintings. Life and...

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Captain Morgan Bryan MP (1671 - 1763)

To be resolved.. Death Location Mocksville, North Carolina, United States / Yadkin River, Rowan, North Carolina, USA - also, the "Marthas" listed above as Morgan's spouse are the same person, but cann...

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Henry Stanton MP (1688 - 1751)

Henry was known as a polemical Quaker, given to argument and controversy. In that year of 1721 he bought 1,992 acres of property in Carteret County near Bogue Inlet. He returned to Newport, and in 1724...

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Ebenezer Pierson Young (1798 - 1870)

Ebenezer Pierson Young, "Elzy", as he was commonly called, was born, May 5 1798, of Quaker parentage, in Morris County New Jersey. He was brought by his parents from Washington County, Pennsylvania to ...

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David Barclay, 1st Laird of Urie (1610 - 1686)

) Col. David Barclay (1610 – October 12, 1686), of Mathers, St Cyrus, Kincardineshire in Scotland, was 1st Laird of Urie near Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland, and father of Robert Barcla...

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John Dickinson, Signer of the US Constitution, President of Pennsylvania, President of Delaware (1732 - 1808)

John Dickinson (November 8, 1732 – February 14, 1808) was an American lawyer and politician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware. He was a militia officer during the American...

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Henry Margerum (c.1655 - 1727)

Henry immigrated to USA from Cheverell,Wiltshire,England. He and his first wife arrived aboard Bristol Merchant , in Delaware River, 1682. The Bristol Merchant Passenger List From England to Pennsy...

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Henry Batchelder MP (1602 - 1679)

From the Bachelor Genealogy by Frederick Clifton Pierce: 3. HENRY BATCHELLER (brother of Joseph), b. in England; m. there Martha ; d. April 4, 1686, in Ipswich. The town record reads, "Wi...

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Herbert C. Hoover, 31st President of the USA MP (1874 - 1964)

Herbert was the 31st President of the United States. -------------------- Son of a Quaker blacksmith, Herbert Clark Hoover brought to the Presidency an unparalleled reputation for public service ...

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Joseph Hewes, U.S. Secretary of the Navy (signer of the "Declaration of Independence") (1730 - 1779)

Joseph Hewes (January 23, 1730 – November 10, 1779) was a native of Princeton, New Jersey, where he was born in 1730. Hewes’s parents were members of the Society of Friends, commonly kn...

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Benjamin Bird Lanier, Jr. MP (c.1747 - c.1816)

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Robert Evans MP (1710 - 1775)

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Benjamin Bird Lanier, Sr. MP (1711 - 1796)

Benjamin Lanier moved to Brunswick County, Virginia which later became Mecklenburg County. Benjamin B. Lanier was a recorded patriot of the American Revolution. During the Revolutionary War he gave mon...

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Joseph Wharton (1826 - 1909)

Joseph Wharton From Wikipedia Born March 3, 1826 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Died January 11, 1909 (aged 82) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Occupation entrepreneur, industrialist Religion So...

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Honora Skipwith MP (c.1620 - 1679)

From the book "The Goforth Genealogy" by G.T.Goforth , Library of Congress cat.# 88-81087 comes the following: Honora Saunders Skipwith d. April 15,1679 "a prisoner in York Castle for the truth" Lady...

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Anne Oxley (1642 - 1723)

This source has scores, perhaps hundreds of her ancestors: One source has her as Anne Skipwith: Another source has her as Ann Skipwith Goforth:

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William Goforth, Sr. (c.1631 - c.1678)

William Goforth was a Quaker, and before his marriage in 1662, the names perhaps was not Goforth, but probably Garforth, Gaerford, Gereford, etc., and had been for many generations. This is from record...

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Daniel Wing, Sr. MP (1617 - 1697)

Daniel came to America with his mother Deborah and three brothers. They first went to Saugus, Mass and then to Sandwich in 1637. On July 28th 1640 Daniel acquired his first homestead. On December 5, 16...

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Henry Jones MP (1693 - 1739)

Birth: Apr. 24, 1693, Ireland Death: 1739 Pennsylvania, USA Family links: Spouse: Eleanor Parke Lindley Jones (1684 - 1736) Children: Sarah Jane Jones Jones (1732 - 1801)* Calculated rela...

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Eleanor Jones MP (c.1684 - 1734)

Eleanor Parke was born 2 Jan 1683 in Ballredmon, County Carlow, Ireland, and died 1 Nov 1727 in Pennsylvania. Parents: Robert Parke (b. 1658) and Margery Parke (b. 1660) Married: Elinor Parke o...

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James Lindley, "The Immigrant" MP (1681 - 1726)

James Lindley came to Chester Co, PA on August 3, 1713. On page 9 of "Lindley Family Roots in PA, NC, SC, GA, & AL" by Terry M. (Mick) Lindley, states: "James Lindley was apparently a very hard wor...

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Thomas Lindley, Sr. MP (1706 - 1781)

Birth: Feb. 25, 1706 - County Wicklow, Ireland Death: Sep. 14, 1781 - Alamance County, North Carolina, USA Died during the Revolutionary War on the day after the Battle of Lindley's Mill, which...

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Emily Balch, Nobel Peace Prize, 1946 MP (1867 - 1961)

Emily Greene Balch (January 8, 1867 – January 9, 1961) was an American academic, writer, and pacifist who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1946 (the prize that year was shared with John Mott), ...

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Bartholomew Coppock III (1681 - 1761)

•Name: Bartholomew COPPOCK •Surname: Coppock •Given Name: Bartholomew •Sex: M •Birth: 1 Aug 1681 in Marple, Chester, PA •Death: AFT 9 Feb 1761 in Che...

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Mary Jane Coate (1738 - 1823)

In the book, "Genealogy of the Herbert Hoover Family," by the Helda Hoover Family, 1967, there is a paragraph which refers to a Marmaduke Coate "...ransomed Mary Coppock from the Indians who had captur...

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Marmaduke Coate (1738 - 1822)

Marmaduke was the hero that rescued the Coppock girls.SEE:( Martha Captured by Indians)Coppock Tomlinson s profile. Google Marmaduke Coate there is lots of stuff. Another source has his birth year as 1...

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Hannah Coppock MP (1762 - 1820)

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James Coppock MP (1758 - 1838)

Nine year old James survived the Indian raid of December 1, 1767 that killed his father, his brothers and enslaved his sisters, by hiding. JAT 5/24/2008

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Samuel Hunt (1788 - 1877)

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Elizabeth Hunt (1785 - 1860)

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Martha Tomlinson (1787 - 1873)

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Josiah Tomlinson MP (1781 - 1843)

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Rachel (English) Tomlinson (1809 - 1876)

Find A Grave shows her dob as Dec. 12, 1709 and dod as Apr. 11, 1876.

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Allen Unthank Tomlinson (1802 - 1879)

Allen U. reared his family in the log house that his father built and left him and now one hundred years after, the very same house is occupied by Allen J. Tomlinson, a grandson of William.[Tomlinson F...

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Abigail Churchman MP (1724 - 1798)

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