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Elijah Pound 1789-1829 (1789 - 1829)

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Sarah Moore (1775 - 1857)

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Daniel Pound 1751-1834 (1751 - 1834)

Daniel Pound grew up a Quaker and when the Revolution came did not fight in it. In addition he had strong sympathies for the British cause and helped them during the war, particularly in Now York City....

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Hugh Pound Shotwell (1825 - d.)

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Zachariah Shotwell (1788 - 1857)

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Emily Ann Prior (1850 - d.)

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Joseph Marsh Shotwell (1823 - 1874)

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Smith Shotwell (1787 - c.1857)

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Elijah Shotwell (1783 - 1853)

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Abraham Shotwell c.1630-1680 (c.1630 - c.1680)

Abraham Shotwell, founder of the family in America, was in Elizabeth T own, N. J., as early as 1665, and in New York as late as 1679. from:

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Jacob Beals (1768 - 1805)

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Phebe Piggott MP (1742 - d.)

From Martha's Extended Family page on Phebe Piggott: Phebe Harris[1] F, b. 28 August 1742 Birth* Phebe was born on 28 August 1742.2 Marriage* She married John Piggott on 3 February 1768 in ...

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Peter "The Quaker" Stout MP (1715 - 1802)

about 1738 removed to Lancaster and York Counties, Pennsylvania; 1762 to Cane Creek, NC; had 7 children: Samuel 1740 Charles 1742-1822 Margaret 1744-1817 Joseph 1749-1831 * Peter 1754-1832 ...

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Reuben Benedict MP (1768 - 1854)

In 1812 several Benedict families migrated from New York to Ohio and established the first Quaker settlement of Morrow County, Ohio along Alum Creek. The Benedicts were the first Anglo-Americans to thi...

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John Bowen MP (1696 - 1761)

JOHN BOWEN, son of Moses Bowen and Rebecca Rees, was born about 1680 in Wales and died 1769 in Virginia. He married 1720 in Chester County, Virginia to LILY MCILHANEY, born about 1705 in Ireland and di...

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Elizabeth Lamb (1741 - 1801)

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Gabriel Grubb (b. - c.1682)

Gabriel Grubb of West Looe married Elizabeth (maiden name unknown) and they had children named David, Anthony, Marian and another child. A Quaker, it has been reported that Gabriel came to the Delawa...

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Anthony Grubb, Jr. (b. - c.1682)

Anthony Grubb Jr (will proved 1682/3) signed the Protestation against Popery in 1641 and was listed as a tenant farmer in the manor of Stoke Climsland in 1650. His wife’s name was Jane and the...

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William Hockett MP (1727 - 1772)

William Hoggatt was born about 1727. He was the son of Philip Hoggatt and Mary Glendenning. Most researchers give his birthplace as Pennsylvania, but some believe that he was born in Virginia. William ...

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Mary Hoggatt MP (1698 - 1780)

Mary Glendenning was born about 1698 in Scotland, the daughter of David and Margaret Hall Glendenning. She died November 27, 1780 in Guilford County, North Carolina and was buried on November 19, 1780 ...

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Anthony Hoggatt, Sr. MP (1730 - 1814)

Anthony and Mary Stanley Hoggatt Family -- The first Quaker record we have of Phillip and Mary's son and family is at New Garden Monthly Meeting in Rowan County, North Carolina. Anthony Hoggatt and w...

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Henry Grubb, Jr. MP (1617 - 1676)

Henry Grubb Jr, John Grubb’s father: Baptized in Stoke Climsland in 1617, Henry Grubb Jr was easily the most interesting character in the Stoke Climsland Grubb clan. He signed the Protestation...

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Stephen Hoggatt MP (1767 - 1839)

Stephen Hoggatt was born on 6 April 1767 in Guilford County, North Carolina. He was the son of William Hoggatt and Hannah Beals. He married Margaret Thornburg, daughter of Joseph Thornburg and Ann Ar...

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Richard Mendenhall, I (1737 - 1773)

The Boone Massacre is connected to the Mendenhall family: Sources: , , Find A Grave Memorial # 20966843. Richard was part of a scouting party led by James Boone, son of Daniel, which was ambushed b...

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John Mills, IV MP (1686 - 1760)

Source - Familysearch.org Ancestral File 5CV7-CG One of the chief problems with research on this profile seems to be based on unsupported FamilySearch genealogies. From those with support: "Pedigre...

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John Mendenhall (1759 - 1835)

John and Ruth Brown Mendenhall were ancestors of Opal Thornburg, archivist of Earlham College in Richmond Indiana; and Herbert Standing who wrote a Quaker document . Charles Thornburg III follows their...

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Jane Thornbrugh (1737 - 1796)

The children of Richard & Jane Thornbrough Mendenhall are listed at Deep River Monthly Meeting in Guilford County, North Carolina. Since Guilford County was not formed until 1770 the earlier births wou...

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Joseph Robinson (1694 - 1754)

BURIAL: Old Kennet Meeting House Family Burial Grounds

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Elizabeth Robinson (1694 - 1719)

SOURCE: DEATH: year shown as 1712 also BURIAL: Old Kennet Meeting House Family Burial Grounds

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Aaron Mendenhall MP (1751 - 1793)

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Jonathan Harrold MP (1717 - 1792)

Jonathan Harrold was a Quaker.

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Michael Harlan (1660 - 1729)

Michael Harlan was born ABT 1660 in Bishoprick, Durham, England, and died JUN 1729 in London Grove, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He married Dinah Dixon JAN 1690 in New Castle County, Delaware, daughte...

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Dinah Harlan (Dixon) (c.1668 - 1713)

Alternate info: Birth Date: c. 1668 OR circa 1657 Death Location: London Grove, Chester, PA, United States OR Kennett Mm, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States

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Rose Pierson (1661 - d.)

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William Dixon MP (c.1662 - 1708)

William DIXON (b. 1662, Sego, Armagh Co. Ireland ; d. 20 Sep 1708, Christiana Hundred, New Castle, DE); per Immigration of Irish Quakers, William was a weaver and settled on Red Clay Creek in Christian...

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Rose Dixon (c.1637 - 1671)

Rose was born about 1637 in Ireland. She married Henry Dixon and had three children. They emigrated to New Castle County, Delaware in 1688. Henry was a Quaker and kept an inn. The Dixon, or Dickson, ...

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Henry Dixon (c.1633 - 1667)

Henry was the son of James Dixon and his wife who lived in Ireland. He married Rose and emigrated to America, settling In New Castle County, Delaware with their three children, Dinah, Rose and William....

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James Allen MP (1742 - 1815)

James Allen was born in Baltimore County (the eastern part of which later split off to form Harford County) in 1742. He went to elsewhere in Maryland (presumably Alleghany County?) and then to North Ca...

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(19) Solomon Harland (1701 - 1731)

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(17) Stephen Harlan (1697 - 1732)

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William Cook (1760 - 1844)

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Abraham Cooke (1731 - 1793)

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Phoebe Cooke (1738 - 1790)

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Samuel Cook (1712 - 1713)

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Elisha Hoopes (1765 - 1838)

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Mary Ann Baldwin (1722 - 1790)

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Rebecca Blackburn MP (1715 - 1766)

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Mary Clayton MP (1710 - c.1759)

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Rebecca Prew Cope, d/o John & Jane (1647 - 1728)

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John Cope MP (1691 - 1773)

Information on John Cope Residence and Biographical Summary: "...The restored John Cope House is a harbinger of meticulous craftsmanship and a living record of local vernacular agrarian architecture ...

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George H. Haworth (1749 - 1837)

(f/g) George H. Haworth Birth: Dec. 28, 1749 Frederick County Virginia, USA Death: Oct. 4, 1837 Quaker Vermillion County Indiana, USA Son of James Frederick and Sarah (Wood) Haworth; married 1st Su...

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William Beals MP (1741 - 1814)

Biographical Summary: "... William Beals (c.1743-c. 1814) born about 1743-1745/moved to Holsten Valley in Tenn. William was raised in Rowan County, North Carolina, married Rachel Green October 19, ...

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Hannah Hockett MP (c.1741 - 1804)

From the Find A Grave page on Hannah Beals Hockett (Hoggatt): Birth: 1741 - Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA Death: Feb. 4, 1804 - Guilford County, North Carolina, USA Daughter of John Beals...

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Susanna Beals (deceased)

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John Beals, III (1717 - 1796)

Circa 1743: Frederick, VA Online-Quak Corner-Colorful Fams states that on this date John purchased 165 acres of land for six pounds from his bro-in-law, John Mills. He remained there at least eleven ye...

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James Frederick Haworth, Jr (1752 - 1827)

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Thomas Stanley (1689 - 1754)

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Thomas Stanley MP (deceased)

Emigrated before 1687, married Mary Home in 1687 in New Kent, Virginia. Quaker. No connection proven to the Stanley family of the Earls of Derby. Sir Thomas Stanley, 4th Bt. succeeded to the title ...

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Jesse Williams (1753 - 1833)

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Nathan Hoopes, I (1718 - 1803)

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Nathan Hoopes, II (1741 - 1802)

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Mary Hurford (c.1718 - d.)

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Thomas III Budd, Reverend MP (1617 - 1670)

Rev. Thomas Budd was a graduate of Merton College, University of Word. He never came to America. He was an Episcopal clergyrnan; but later he accepted the doctrines of George Fox, renounced his benef...

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Susan B. Anthony MP (1820 - 1906)

Biographical Summary #1: "...Susan B. Anthony (February 15, 1820 - March 13, 1906) was born in Adams, Massachusetts. "...Quaker, teacher, temperance and abolition organizer, outstanding women's rig...

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Elizabeth Fry MP (1780 - 1845)

Elizabeth (Betsy) Fry (21 May 1780 – 12 October 1845), née Gurney, was an English prison reformer, social reformer and, as a Quaker, a Christian philanthropist. She has sometimes been r...

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Rev. Richard Browne MP (1632 - 1662)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Richard Browne: Richard Browne[1],[2],[3] M, b. say 1625, d. 9 August 1662 Father: John Browne b. 1580 Name Variation Richard Browne was ...

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Silas Williams (1747 - 1831)

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Prudence Williams (1730 - 1815)

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Peter Wright MP (1595 - 1663)

Name: Peter Wright Sex: M Birth: 1595 in ENG Death: 13 DEC 1661 in Oyster Bay, Nassau County, Long Island, NY Father: Nicholas 111 Wright b: 18 FEB 1557/58 in Barton Turf, Norfolk, ENG Mother...

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Richard Williams (1726 - 1781)

Birth: 1726 Maryland, USA Death: Jun. 6, 1781 Guilford County North Carolina, USA Richard Williams was the son of George Williams of Prince George County, Maryland. He married Prudence Bates [Bea...

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Thomas V or Rea Hollingsworth (1661 - 1727)

Thomas Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr. born 01 May 1661 in Ballyeniskcrannell, Segoe, County Armagh, Ireland; died 02 Apr 1727 in Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, DE. He was the son of Valenti...

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John Warner, Jr. (1689-1748) MP (1689 - 1748)

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Sarah Bowater Mills MP (1713 - 1800)

Source - FamilySearch.org Ancestral File 3MRL-2L. ========================================================= Sarah Beals Mills Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Learn about removing the ads from t...

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John Tripp, of Portsmouth, Rhode Island MP (1610 - 1678)

John Tripp[1] M, b. 6 February 1609/10, d. 12 February 1678 John Tripp From a book on the history of Portsmouth, RI 'Richard Searl, a seaman in the early 1600's sold his three acre tract of lan...

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Edward Bond (1740 - 1821)

Source - Familysearch.org Ancestral File 22RC-K1

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Dolly Madison, First Lady of the USA MP (1768 - 1849)

First Lady of the United States from 1809 to 1817. She also occasionally acted as what is now described as First Lady of the United States during the administration of Thomas Jefferson, fulfilling the ...

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George Harlan MP (1649 - 1714)

"Ye sone of James Harland of Monkwearmouth, was Baptised at tne Monastery of Monkwearmouth in Oald England, ye 11th Day of the first Month 1650" "Nigh Durham in Bishoprick, England" until manhood,when ...

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James Cock (c.1635 - 1699)

James COCK was probably born in Northfield County, England. There is some thought that he may have come to Long Island, New York, via Bermuda, as others in the Long Island community did. He was a Quake...

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Arthur Howland, Jr. MP (c.1633 - c.1711)

From a biography of John and Elizabeth Howland, by Robert Jennings Heinsohn, PhD, published by the Pilgrim John Howland Society: In 1659 Arthur Jr.'s freeman status was revoked and in 1684 he was i...

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Ruth Doane (Dixon) MP (1733 - 1764)

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Jacob Marshall MP (c.1660 - 1743)

Source - Familysearch.org Pedigree Resource File Disc #106 Pin #25477.

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Sarah Bowater MP (1657 - 1692)

From the Find A Grave page for Sarah Edge Beals: Birth: Jul., 1637 Death: Apr. 26, 1692 Family links: Children: John Jacob Beals (1650 - 1726)* Spouse: Thomas Beals (1625 - 1654...

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Thomas Bowater MP (1655 - 1704)

BOWATER, Thomas The following information was compiled by Linda Coate [Phone: (614) 915-1243; E-mail: ancestrees@gmail.com ] and retrieved from her site at : Born: Feb 10, 1654/55, Bromsgrove, Wo...

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Thomas H. Beals (1719 - 1801)

According to James David Bales, Thomas Beals was a Quaker and a Pacifist Born in either 1719 or 1720.

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Ann Rea (1628 - 1671)

Ann Ree was born in Tanragee, Ireland in about 1628 to Nicholas and Ann Ree. She married Valentine Hollingsworth in 1655 and bore him four children before she died on February 1, 1671. She is buried in...

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John Borton MP (1669 - 1749)

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Hopewell Hull (1636 - 1693)

2. Mary2 MARTIN (John1) was born in Dover, New Hampshire circa 1646. She married twice. She married Hopewell HULL circa 1669. Hopewell died April 3, 1693 in Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey...

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Rev. William Davis MP (1663 - 1745)

Living in Philadelphia, Reverend William Davis was a contemporary of William Penn. "Ancestors of Justin Tanner KNULL" Rev. William DAVIS1 was born in 1663 in Lanstephan Co., Radnor/Glamorganshire...

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Ruth Lindley (Hadley) MP (1712 - 1785)

DIRECT LINE OF: Erla Butler Adams; Marcia Allenby; Paul Anderson (husb o f Virginia Anderson); Don Harvey, Columbus IN; Tom Nash; Jackie Bohan, E l Cajon, CA; Bill Walsh; Robert Brown, Carmel, IN; Flor...

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Esther Baylies MP (c.1686 - 1754)

Esther died in Dighton, Mass • WGA We then hear the sad tale of Bethiah wife of Thomas Sergeant Baylies, dying in childbirth ( at 47!!!) leaving behind 1 daughter and 9 sons) it mentions the i...

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Mary Laughlin (Harlan, 1717-1795) MP (1717 - 1795)

Mary is the daughter of Aaron Harlan I and Sarah Heald --- Ben M. Angel notes: Friendsville, her place of death, apparently was settled in the 1790s by Quakers from New Garden Friends Meeting, Nort...

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Thomas Lindley, II MP (1740 - 1833)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Thomas Lindley Thomas Lindley[1],[2] M, b. 7 October 1740 Father* Thomas Lindley b. 25 Apr 1706, d. 14 Sep 1781 Mother* Ruth Hadley b. 6 Fe...

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John Pickett MP (1770 - 1801)

John and his family lived in North Carolina. He had made arrangements to move his family. After selling his land and while loading their belongings, he suddenly became ill and died. John had 8 siblin...

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Thomas French, III MP (1667 - 1745)

Entered 12 April 2010: The second son of Thomas French, Jr., seems to have inherited the farming habits of his ancestors and to have remained in the same location in which his father resided, in Ches...

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Grace Calvert (c.1581 - 1672)

documentation needed. Last name possibly Beaumont. Albert Cook Myers in 'Immigration of Irish Quakers' suggests Myers as last name, but no other sources to support. Grace MYERS was born about 1595 ...

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Jacob Paxson (1745 - 1832)

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Mary Paxson (c.1689 - 1760)

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Isaac Bond (1785 - 1856)

•Name: Isaac BOND •Given Name: Isaac •Surname: Bond •Sex: M •Birth: 21 Dec 1785 in Center MM, Guilford County, North Carolina •Death: 27 Aug 1856 in ...

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Jane Bond (1760 - 1792)

•Name: Jane BEESON •Given Name: Jane •Surname: Beeson •Sex: F •Birth: 22 Mar 1760 in New Garden MM, Guilford County, North Carolina •Death: 9 Jan 179...

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John Bond (1755 - c.1795)

John BOND b 1755 Bucks Co., PA died 1795 Greene or Knox Co., TN m1 1778 NC to Jane BEESON b 1760 NC d 1792 Greene or Knox Co., TN. They had children: Martha b 1778; Joseph b 1780 NC d 1853 Wayn...

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