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Judah Boone MP (1746 - 1787)

Judah Boone was the son of James Boone, Sr., and wife Mary Foulke. He was born on December 10, 1746 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. He died on May 15, 1787 and was buried at Exeter Friends Burying Groun...

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Moses Boone MP (1751 - 1823)

Moses Boone was the son of James Boone and wife Mary Foulke, and the grandson of George Boone of Oley Township. He was born in Berks County, Pennyslvania on August 3, 1751 (July 13, 1751 OS), the tenth...

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Samuel Coates MP (1749 - 1818)

Samuel Coates , son of Thomas Coates and wife Sarah Miller, married Abigail Thatcher in 1779. Abigail was the daughter of Richard and Abigail Thatcher of Kennett Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania....

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Susanna Gladden MP (1744 - d.)

Susanna Coates , daughter of Thomas Coates and wife Sarah Miller, married Joseph Gladden. A complaint was made against Susanna in the Bradford MM in 1771 because her marriage was performed by a priest,...

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George Miller (1716 - d.)

In 1702, in Dunster, Somerset, England, Henry Miller of Bradnich, Devonshire, married Sarah Deeble, the daughter of George and Dorothy Deeble of Alcombe. The ceremony was held publicly at the Minehead ...

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Henry Miller (c.1712 - d.)

In 1702, in Dunster, Somerset, England, Henry Miller of Bradnich, Devonshire, married Sarah Deeble, the daughter of George and Dorothy Deeble of Alcombe. The ceremony was held publicly at the Minehead ...

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Dorothy Miller (c.1705 - d.)

In 1702, in Dunster, Somerset, England, Henry Miller of Bradnich, Devonshire, married Sarah Deeble, the daughter of George and Dorothy Deeble of Alcombe. The ceremony was held publicly at the Minehead ...

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Dorothy Deeble (deceased)

In 1702, in Dunster, Somerset, England, Henry Miller of Bradnich, Devonshire, married Sarah Deeble, the daughter of George and Dorothy Deeble of Alcombe. The ceremony was held publicly at the Minehead ...

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George Deeble (deceased)

In 1702, in Dunster, Somerset, England, Henry Miller of Bradnich, Devonshire, married Sarah Deeble, the daughter of George and Dorothy Deeble of Alcombe. The ceremony was held publicly at the Minehead ...

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Sarah Miller (b. - 1731)

In 1702, in Dunster, Somerset, England, Henry Miller of Bradnich, Devonshire, married Sarah Deeble, the daughter of George and Dorothy Deeble of Alcombe. The ceremony was held publicly at the Minehead ...

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Jonathan Coates MP (1747 - d.)

Jonathan Coates , son of Thomas Coates and wife Sarah Miller, married Jane Carrigan. A complaint was made against Jonathan at the Caln MM in 1772, and he was disowned, for a marriage by a priest to a n...

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Thomas Coates MP (1716 - 1797)

Thomas Coates was the son of Moses Coates and wife Susanna Weldon, Quakers. He was born on December 22, 1716 in Ireland. He emigrated to Pennsylvania with his parents in 1717. Thomas married Sarah Mi...

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Thomas Coates (c.1633 - d.)

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Moses Coates MP (1687 - c.1761)

Moses Coates was born in Ireland of a Quaker family with English roots. They had gone to Ireland to escape religious persecution. He married Susanna Weldon, also Quaker, from the Province of Munster. T...

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John Musgrave the Quaker MP (1669 - 1746)

John Musgrave, born about 1669, came over from Belfast, with his master, Valentine Hollingsworth, in 1682, and served his time for four years in New Castle County. They arrived on the ship Antelope. Th...

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Robert Parke MP (c.1658 - 1738)

Robert Parke or Park was born betw 1658/1662 in Ballyredmond, Carlow, Ireland; died 1738 in PA. Parents: Robert Parke born in 1636 in Carlow, Ireland. (cite1)(note2) and unknown. Married: abt 1...

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Nicholas Newlin MP (c.1619 - 1699)

From Nicholas Newlin 's Certificate of Removal, Mountmellick, Ireland: At the request of Nicholas Newlin we do hereby certify that the said Nicholas Newland acquainted our mens meeting with his inten...

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Nathaniel Newlin, Sr. MP (c.1666 - 1729)

To see the marriage record of Nathaniel & Mary (Mendenhall) Newlin, go to the Media section. From In 1704, Nathaniel and Mary Newlin built a water-powered grist mill along the West Branch of Chester ...

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Capt. Thomas Holme, Sur. Gen. of Pa MP (1624 - 1695)

Thomas Holme (1624–1695) was the first Surveyor General of Pennsylvania to actually serve, in which capacity he laid out the original plan for the city of Philadelphia. Holme was born in Lanca...

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Edward Burrough MP (1634 - 1663)

Edward Burrough (1634 - 1663) was an early English Quaker leader and controversialist. He is regarded as one of the Valiant Sixty, early Quaker preachers and missionaries. Burrough was born in Underb...

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John Sharp MP (1661 - 1729)

4. John2 Sharp (William1 Sharpe) was born in Flower, Northamptonshire, England, 29 Dec 1661. John died about 1727 in Evesham, Burlington Co., New Jersey. Sharp Family History, page 11, states:�...

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Francis Howgill MP (c.1618 - 1669)

Francis Howgill (1618?–1669) was a Quaker activist who played a key part in the growth and development of the Movement. He was born c.1618, in Todthorne, near Grayrigg, Westmorland, probably of ...

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Anthony Sharp, Quaker MP (1643 - 1707)

Anthony Sharp (1643–1707) was a Dublin Quaker and wool merchant. The son of Thomas Sharp, he was born in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England in January 1643. Religion and business In 1665, imp...

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William "The Hammer" Edmundson MP (1627 - 1712)

William Edmondson or Edmundson (1627—1712) brought the Quaker message to Ireland. He formed the first recorded Meeting for Worship in Lurgan, Co. Armagh in 1654.  Edmundson had been a s...

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John Lilburne (c.1614 - 1657)

John Lilburne (1614 – 29 August 1657), also known as Freeborn John, was an English political Leveller before, during and after English Civil Wars 1642-1650. He coined the term "freeborn rights...

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Cyrus Wilson Morrell (1806 - 1879)

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Sarah Vesey (c.1685 - 1726)

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Isaac Barton (c.1680 - 1721)

From : From the records of the Tipperary Meeting of the Society of Friends: Isaac Barton of Killaloe, son of Christopher and Dorothy Barton of Killaloe, married Sarah Vesey, daughter of Tobias and ...

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William Brinton (1636 - 1700)

The first Brinton to travel to the U.S. (1684) -------------------- About Sedgley, his birthplacein England: A writer who visited Sedgely in 1660 describes it as containing nine villages at that ...

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William Windom, U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Treasury (1827 - 1891)

William Windom (May 10, 1827 – January 29, 1891) was an American politician from Minnesota. He served as U.S. Representative from 1859 to 1869, and as U.S. Senator from 1870 to January 1871, f...

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James Wright MP (1668 - 1759)

Other accounts show his birth circa 1671 in Lancashire , England and PA as well as MD . (f/g) his wife was NOT Mary Bowater per # 32113214 "flower" by Margaret Ballinger Added: Aug. 7, 2013 -tcd --...

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William Vestal, Jr MP (1692 - 1745)

William Vestal listed by John Cope 1715 Bradford, Chester CO PA son of Oliver and William Vestal has a 1745 Frederick CO VA will. William Vestal's mother Alice was a Quaker convert to the Kiethian Bapt...

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Elizabeth Vestal (Mercer) MP (1692 - 1751)

Elizabeth Mercer, born 1694 in Northampton, England; died 1743 in Cane Creek, Alamance County, NC. She was the daughter of Thomas Mercer, Sr. and Mary Greenaway. She married William Vestal, Jr, 1716 ...

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Joshua Wixon MP (1695 - 1773)

Note: There is a stone that is located in Dennis Port Massacheutts that is said to represent the graves of Joshua Wixon and his family. It was they say the family burial ground now just a stone with a ...

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David O'Killea MP (c.1645 - 1697)

Added by Elwin C. Nickerson Copy of Will of My Great Grandfather David O'Killia: citations Noted Below. The Mayflower Descendant, Volume XXXII, Abstracts of Barnstable County, Mass., Probate: The Wil...

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Jane O'Killia MP (c.1650 - 1711)

From the Facebook page on the: Ancestry of the Uí Maine and The Kelly* Clan David O'Killia "The Irishman" was an orphan of Cromwell's War in Ireland (1649-53). Being exiled from his ancest...

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Moses Doan (1750 - 1783)

The Doan Outlaws were a notorious gang of brothers from a Quaker family most renowned for being British spies during the American Revolution. The Doans were Loyalists from a Quaker family of good...

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Enoch Moore (1779 - 1841)

) Enoch Moore (April 16, 1779– August 1841) ,son of Samuel Moore U.E. and Rachel Stone, married Elizabeth Smith, daughter of James Smith and Hannah Hawksworth, on March 30, 1803 in Old Holy Tr...

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Elias Moore (1776 - 1847)

Elias Moore (March 1, 1776–October 13, 1847) born into a Quaker family in New Jersey just after the American Revolution began, later became a Member of Parliament in Canada. His family was...

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Lindley Murray Moore MP (1788 - 1871)

Lindley Murray Moore (May 31, 1788 in Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada - August 14, 1871, in Rochester, New York, USA) is notable for his activities as an abolitionist, and educator. Born in...

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Joseph Moore (1732 - 1793)

) Joseph Moore, born on January 9, 1732 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey, died on October 7, 1793 in Amwell, Hunterdon Co., N. J., was notable as a Quaker peace negotiator sent to the talks betwe...

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Samuel Moore, Jr. MP (1742 - 1822)

. Samuel Moore (1742 – 1822) notable as a leader in the early establishment of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Maritime Canada, and as the progenitor of a number of civic, religi...

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Samuel Moore (c.1626 - 1688)

) The Honorable Samuel Moore was born around 1630 and died on 27 May 1688[1], aged about 58, and was notable as one of the civil leaders in the early years of the Province of New Jersey. Samuel M...

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Mary Newlin MP (c.1663 - c.1712)

Mary Mendenhall was the daughter of Thomas Mendenhall and wife Joane Strode. She came to America in 1683 the same year that her husband arrived from Ireland. Both settled in Concord, PA and were marrie...

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Dorothy Frances Buxton (1888 - 1963)

Dorothy Frances Buxton, née Jebb (3 March 1881 - 8 April 1963) was an English humanitarian, social activist and commentator on Germany. Life Dorothy Frances Jebb was born 3 March 1881 ...

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Charles Roden Buxton (1875 - 1942)

Charles Roden Buxton (27 November 1875 – 16 December 1942) was an English philanthropist and politician. He was born in London, the third son of Sir Thomas Buxton, 3rd Baronet. His elder b...

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William Allen MP (1770 - 1843)

) William Allen FRS, FLS (29 August 1770 – 30 September 1843) was an English scientist and philanthropist who opposed slavery and engaged in schemes of social and penal improvement in early ni...

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Samuel Hoare, Jr. (1751 - 1825)

Samuel Hoare Birth: 1751 Marriage: May 15 1776 - Norwich Mm, Norfolk, England Wife: Sarah Gurney Parents: Samuel Hoare, Grizell Death: July 14 1825 - Tottenham, Middlesex, England Sam...

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Louisa Hoare (1784 - 1836)

Louisa Gurney Hoare (25 September 1784 – 6 September 1836) was an English diarist and writer on education. Early life Louisa Gurney, born on 25 September 1784, was the seventh of the e...

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Joseph John Gurney (1788 - 1847)

Joseph John Gurney (2 August 1788 – 4 January 1847) was a banker in Norwich, England and an evangelical Minister of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), whose views and actions led, ult...

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Francis Fry MP (1803 - 1886)

Francis Fry (1803–1886), was an English businessman and bibliographer. Life Fry was born at Westbury-on-Trym, near Bristol, on 28 October 1803, the second son of Joseph Storrs Fry. He ...

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Joseph Fry MP (1728 - 1803)

) Joseph Fry (1728 – 27 March 1787), was an English type-founder and chocolate maker and founder of the Bristol branch of the Quaker Fry family He was the eldest son of John Fry (d. 1775) ...

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Edward Bray (1720 - c.1793)

-------------------- Name: Edward BRAY Surname: BRAY Given Name: Edward Sex: M Birth: 5 Jan 1720 in of Monocacy Hundred, Prince George's, Maryland, now USA Death: 1793/1796 in , Surry, No...

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Sarah Bray (c.1733 - 1803)

She was a Quaker and was described as half Indian (possibly 1/4 Indian) -------------------- Name: Sarah MAYNER Surname: MAYNER Given Name: Sarah AKA: Sarah MAYNER, Sarah MAYNARD Sex: F ...

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Henry Bray, Sr. MP (1755 - 1838)

Henry BRAY was the son of Edward BRAY and Sarah MAYNARD, and the grandson of Edward BRAY (1693-1796) according to the book BRAY-SHELTON-JAMESON, compiled for the Bray-Shelton Reunion Organization in In...

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Kesiah Huff Bray MP (1761 - 1836)

She was the daughter of Richard JONES and Jemima HUFF, who came from Chester Co., PA to the Monocacy MD or Fairfax VA area, then moved to Surry Co., NC. ----------------- U.S. and International Mar...

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Charles Humphreys, Continental Congressman (1714 - 1786)

Charles Humphreys (September 19, 1714 – March 11, 1786) was an American miller and statesman from Haverford, Pennsylvania. He served as a delegate for Pennsylvania to the Continental Congress fr...

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Mary Rodman (1729 - 1798)

"Mary Borden born 10th day of 1st mo called March, 2d of the week at 4 o'clock in the morning 1729. Thomas Rodman & Mary Borden were married at Newport 5th of 2mo called April 1750." (Old Quaker month ...

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Elizabeth Whitfield (1719 - 1797)

"Abraham Borden born 7 mo 24th & 5th of the week 1719 Elizabeth his sister was born the same day about an hour after the said Abraham. (Pre-1752 Quaker month system. 1st month = March) Elizabeth Borden...

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Gideon Borden (1733 - 1752)

"Gideon Borden born 7th mo 16th & 1st of the week 1733. Gideon Borden departed this life at Savanna Lamar in Jamaica 5mo 3d 1752" (Old Quaker month system. 1st month = March. see project discussion )

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John Borden (1731 - 1747)

"John Borden born 2 mo 16 & 5th day of the week 1731. John Borden departed this life 6mo 29th 1747 aged 16yrs 4mo 13days" (Old Quaker month system. 1st month = March. see project discussion )

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Edward Borden (1725 - 1726)

"Edward Borden born 1 mo 11th 5th day of the week 1725 and departed this life 4 mo 16 1726" (Pre-1752 Quaker month system. 1st month = March) Details of Edward Borden's birth and death contained in R...

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Matthew Borden (1723 - 1771)

"Matthew Borden born 2 mo 2d & 3d of the week 1723. (Old Quaker month system. 1st month = March. see project discussion ) Matthew Borden married Sarah Whipple and had 5 children and by his second wife ...

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Benjamin Borden (1721 - 1749)

"Benjamin Borden born 5 mo 17th & 2d of the week 1721. Benjamin Borden departed this life at Cal de Sai de Leogane 5 mo 20 1749 aged 28 years & 3 days" (Old Quaker month system. 1st month = March. see ...

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Sarah Howland (1717 - 1778)

"Sarah Borden born in Newport 11 mo 10th fifth day of the week 10 o'clock at night 1717. (Pre-1752 Quaker month system. 1st month = March.) Sarah Borden married Thomas Howland and had 7 children. Sarah...

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Joseph Borden (1716 - 1734)

"Joseph Borden born at Tiverton 2 mo 2d & second day of the week 9 o'clock at night 1716. Joseph Borden was drowned at sea with Capn Joseph Sanford 9mo 17 1734 aged 18 years 71/2 months." (Old Quaker m...

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Abraham Borden (1719 - 1777)

"Abrahan Borden born 7 mo 24th & 5th of the week 1719 Elizabeth his sister was born the same day about an hour after the said Abraham. (Pre-1752 Quaker month system. 1st month = March.) Abraham Borden ...

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William Logan Fisher (1781 - 1862)

"The Fishers' third child, William Logan Fisher, was born in Philadelphia in 1781. Twice married, first to Mary Rodman in 1801, with whom he had three children, and secondly to Sarah Lindley, with whom...

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Samuel Hopkins (granted the first U.S. and "Canadian" patent) (1743 - 1818)

) Samuel Hopkins (December 9, 1743–1818) was an American inventor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Pittsford, Vermont. On July 31, 1790, he was granted the first U.S. patent, under the new...

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Elizabeth B. Chace ("The Conscience of RI") (1806 - 1899)

Elizabeth Buffum Chace (1806–1899) was an influential American activist in the Anti-Slavery, Women's Rights, and Prison Reform Movements of the mid-to-late 19th century. Birth and early li...

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Oliver Chace MP (1769 - 1852)

Oliver Chace (August 24, 1769 – May 21, 1852) was the founder of several New England textile manufacturing companies in the early 19th century, including the Valley Falls Company, the original...

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Henry B. Anthony, Governor, U.S. Senator (1815 - 1884)

Henry Bowen Anthony (April 1, 1815 – September 2, 1884) was a United States newspaperman and political figure. He served as the editor and later part owner of the Providence Journal and later ...

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Elizabeth Twining MP (c.1628 - 1708)

"Pilgrim Village Families Sketch" gives Elizabeth Deane as a daughter of Stephen Deane and Elizabeth Ring. NOT related to the Walter Dean line, per her father's About.

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Abiathar Richmond MP (1763 - 1850)

Added by Elwin C. Nickerson about my ancestor: SAR/ Citations- MOCA5815/#72- Massachusetts Soldiers&Sailors American Revolution- Vol 13- Please DO NOT merge this profile without the correct information...

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Daniel Browne (1693 - d.)

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Mary Browne MP (1687 - 1749)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Mary Royal: Mary Royal[1],[2] F, d. say 1745 Birth* Mary was born in Scotland. Marriage* She married William Coale say 1705?.[3] Marriage* ...

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Sarah Vestal (Chamness) MP (1742 - 1822)

From the Martha's Extended Family page on Sarah Chamness: Sarah Chamness[1],[2] F, b. 11 April 1742, d. 20 January 1822 Father* Anthony Chamness b. 5 Feb 1713, d. 20 Sep 1777 Mother* Sarah ...

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Sarah Hutchinson MP (1701 - 1748)

John Hutchinson married, secondly, May 24, 1726, Sarah Burgess, daughter of Samuel Burgess. His death occurred in 1745. John Hutchinson was the father of 11 children, 6 by the first wife and 5 by the s...

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Rachel Brown (Beeson) MP (1713 - 1732)

Rachel Beeson was the daughter of Edward Beeson and second wife Elizabeth. She was born in 1713 in E. Nottingham, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, several months after her father's death and thus, was not in...

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Elizabeth Brown MP (1694 - c.1719)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Elizabeth Cowgill: Elizabeth Cowgill[1] F, b. say 1696, d. before 1721 Father* John Cowgill Birth* Elizabeth was born say 1696. She was the...

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William Jay, II (1745 - 1797)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for SOUTH CAROLINA. DAR Ancestor # A061803 William Jay, Jr., born 12 Sep 1745 in Frederick County, VA; died 28 Feb 1797 in Newberry County, SC; married (1) Firs...

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Joseph Pain (1708 - c.1787)

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Elizabeth Bond (1755 - 1848)

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Capt. Thomas Wheeler MP (1633 - 1686)

From Lois Ralph's Wheeler Family History; see also -------------------- 103. THOMAS WHEELER, son of George (100) and Kath- erine . He was born in England, and died in Concord, Mass. before Sept...

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Mary Greene MP (1708 - 1753)

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Dr. James Greene MP (1701 - 1789)

Dr. James Greene of Potowomut, Rhode Island, 1701-1789 Son of Jabez Greene, he was born at Potowomut, Rhode Island, April 24, 1701, died October 6, 1789. He resided in the place of his birth and foll...

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Sarah Mary Haman (1693 - 1758)

Mary Haman married Thomas Thornburgh I.

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Mary Hannah Garrigues (1724 - 1788)

Once they arrived in Philadelphia, the Garrigues family became Quakers, and married Quakers. We don't know how important her religion was to Mary Ralph, but we do know that women in early Quaker hist...

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William Garrigues (1746 - 1831)

William Garrigues, a Quaker, signed this Philadelphia 1783 anti-slavery petition: He was also an officer of the Carpenter's Company, the oldest craft guild in North America, in 1788, 91 and 92. ( C...

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William Stackhouse (1790 - 1826)

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William Cox (1692 - 1767)

He was attached as Son of William Cox, I and Amy Cox My Heritage Trees list him as: William C. Cox / William C. Cox I Birth: Dec 11 1692 England Marriage: Circa 1716 New Castle Co., DE Ca...

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Catharine Hunt MP (1731 - 1785)

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Eleazer Hunt MP (1725 - 1781)

Quaker Collection: HUNT Line [0004] Eleazar HUNT, b.21 8M 1725 (Oct), PA; son of William HUNT (1690-1745) & Mary WOOLMAN; d.21 Jan 1781, Guilford co,NC, bur. New Garden cem; [per gene.recs. a...

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Mary Ann Harrold MP (1692 - 1740)

(THE GREENE COUNTY PIONEER. Vol. 4-1. March 1988. p. 42. "Bales Family Records" excerpted from EARLY SETTLERS OF LEE COUNTY, VA AND ADJACENT COUNTIES, Vol. 2, compiled by Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, Media...

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Jane Brown (Richards) MP (c.1690 - c.1728)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Jane Richards: Jane Richards[1] F Marriage* She married Mercer Brown circa October 1710 in Pennsylvania.[2] Family Mercer Brown b. 27 Feb 1686,...

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Robert Hodgson (1660 - 1732)

Robert Hodgson was a Quaker minister who emmigrated to New Amsterdam in 1657. He was brutally beaten by a slave with a 4 inch bull whip, at the orders of Governor Stuyvesant, and thrown in prison becau...

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George Sutton MP (1612 - 1669)

[Ashley Shenefelt and Kevin Glade Hoff have DNA match on dna.ancestry.com] Said to be of Quaker persuasion, the Suttons were apparently neighbors and friends of the Tildens [in England]. Two Sutton...

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Capt. John Hull MP (1654 - 1733)

Captain. Resided in London, England, Connonicut, RI and Newport, RI. Captain John Hull for many years sailed his father's and his own ships between Newport, RI and London, England. 1687- He and w...

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Captain Edmond Tiddeman (c.1628 - 1703)

Captain. Residence: Parish of Mary St. Magdelen's, Bermundy, Southwickshire, England, and was a member of the Horseleydown meeting. 1670, July- The Horseleydown Friends' Meeting House was demolishe...

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Henry Watkins, III (1660 - 1715)

Supplement to the Curd Family in America (GenealogyLibrary.com) Henry, Jr.2, d. in Henrico, 1714-15, leaving a wife, Mary (possibly Mary Crisp), and sons John, Benjamin, Joseph, Henry and Stephen. ...

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