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Mordecai Balderston (1755 - 1820)

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Daniel Brown (c.1823 - 1855)

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John Brown (1691 - 1715)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on John Brown: John Brown[1],[2] M, b. 3 May 1691, d. 1715 Father* William Brown b. 29 Jan 1658, d. 1746 Mother* Ann Mercer Birth* John was ...

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Ambrose J. Tomlinson (1865 - 1943)

Ambrose J. Tomlinson, a former Quaker from Indiana, in an attempt to free believers from man made creeds and denominations started a new denomination, Church Of God (Cleveland, Tennessee). The churches...

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Stephen Tomlinson of Wicklow (c.1690 - d.)

The old stone farm house in the picture is a early 1700`s farm house from County Wicklow,Ireland. It is not the exact house of Steven Tomlinson but at least it is from the same time and place. The area...

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Stephen Tomlinson of Oxford England (c.1663 - d.)

The crest used for Stephen Tomlinson is the crest of Oxford England his birthplace.JAT If you look closely at the crest you will see an Ox crossing (Fording) a stream, thus Oxford.JAT 08/08/08

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Josiah Tomlinson Of Colehill MP (c.1722 - 1771)

Dublin Men's Meeting minutes for 1751 indicate that Robert Milhouse, Samuel Wyly, Timothy Kelly, Samual Russell and Josiah Tomlinson of Timahoe were about to move to America. (Friends Library Dublin). ...

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Martha Tomlinson (Coppock) MP (1755 - 1844)

From: Prehistoric West Brancy - 100th Anniversary; By: Eli Jay (Approximately 1906); Pages: 14-15. COPPOCK. Two Coppock familes, John and Abigail, and Joseph and Jane, are on the Registry of Bush Riv...

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William Allen Tomlinson MP (1749 - 1813)

South Carolina Marriages, 1641-1965 about William Tomlinson Name: William Tomlinson Spouse: Marther Coppock Marriage Date: 30 Dec 1771 Source: South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol...

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Jacob Mott, Sr. MP (c.1636 - 1711)

"Jacob Mott 1635- Immigrated via ship "Defense" when 2 years old and settled in Portsmouth, RI."   He died on 15 November 1711 at Portsmouth, Newport, RI.1  Note: he is not a listed pas...

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Jacob Mott Jr. MP (1661 - d.)

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Margery Piggott MP (1691 - 1738)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Margery Brown: Margery Brown[1],[2],[3],[4] F, b. circa 1691, d. 24 February 1738 Father* James Brown b. 27 Mar 1656, d. 1715 Mother* Honour Clay...

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George Henry Hollingsworth MP (1712 - 1786)

Notes for George Henry Hollingsworth: His marriage to Hannah McCoy was the first marriage of Friends in the Shenandoah Valley. While Abraham and Ann Hollingsworth's youngest son Isaac became a lead...

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Phebe Beeson (1733 - 1826)

birth recorded in the Hopewell MM minutes

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William Reynolds, Jr. MP (1701 - 1773)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on William Reynolds: William Reynolds[1],[2],[3],[4],[5] M, b. 5 September 1701 (Ben M. Angel notes: This likely read 7mo. 5, 1701, which transl...

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James "of Potowomut" Greene MP (c.1626 - c.1698)

James Greene "of Potowomut" (1626-1698) James Greene, "of Potowomut," was baptized June 21, 1626, and came to New England with his parents. He married (first) about 1658 Deliverance, born in 1637, da...

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Jabez Greene, Sr. MP (1673 - 1741)

Jabez Greene of Potowomut, Rhode Island, 1673-1741 Jabez, son of James Greene, was born at Portsmouth, Rhode Island, May 17, 1673. He inherited and resided at the Potowomut homestead, and inherited a...

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Nathanael Greene I MP (1707 - 1770)

From: Nathanael Greene Senior was a prosperous farmer, iron smith, and merchant living in Potowomut, near East Greenwich, Rhode Island, when Nathanael Greene Junior was born on August 7, 1742. Youn...

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Maj. General Nathanael Greene (Continental Army) MP (c.1742 - c.1786)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for RHODE ISLAND with the rank of MAJOR GENERAL. DAR Ancestor # A047219 NATHANAEL GREENE AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION "It had been happy for me if I co...

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Mercer Brown, Sr. MP (1686 - 1766)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Mercer Brown: Mercer Brown[1] M, b. 27 February 1686, d. circa 1733 Father* William Brown b. 29 Jan 1658, d. 1746 Mother* Ann Mercer ...

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Prudence Clayton MP (1638 - 1689)

name might also have been Mikels.--------------------kilde: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes

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William Clayton MP (1632 - 1689)

Christening: 9 DEC 1632 Chichester, Sussex, England From notes taken by Duncan Rea Williams III in his "Cyber Niche": ) William Clayton came to America in 1677 on the ship "Kent", landing in the ...

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Mary Jane Beals (Clayton) MP (1665 - 1725)

"John Beals died late in 1726, when his will was proved in Chester Co., There is no record of Mary's death, although since John did not mention her in his will it seems certain that she predeceased him...

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Richard Brown MP (1693 - 1745)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Richard Brown Richard Brown[1],[2] M, b. 31 March 1693, d. 10 April 1745 Father* William Brown b. 29 Jan 1658, d. 1746 Mother* Ann Mercer...

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Marmaduke Coate (c.1611 - 1686)

Marmaduke who married Edith was from Hambridge, Somersetshire, England. While his son Marmaduke was young, he and Edith became "convinced on the truth" and raised their children as Quakers. (C-994) Mar...

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Ann Brown MP (1663 - 1696)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Ann Mercer: Ann Mercer[1],[2],[3] F Marriage* She married William Brown in 1684 in Concord, Chester County, Pennsylvania.[3] Family William...

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William Browne MP (1658 - 1746)

The Browne's dropped the e from their name when they came to the colonies. William may be the last one to have the e in his name. ------------------ From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page...

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Mary Browne MP (1632 - 1658)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on Mary: Mary (?)[1],[2] F, b. 1632 Birth* Mary was born in 1632 in England.[2] Marriage* She married Richard Browne in 1656 in England.[2] ...

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James Browne, II MP (c.1656 - 1715)

(Ben M. Angel notes: East Nottingham is the name of the Friends Meeting, or Quaker Congregation/Community, that James Brown helped to found in Cecil County, Maryland - not to be confused with Nottingha...

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Honour Browne (Clayton) MP (1662 - 1737)

Unattributed basic information on Honour Clayton: Honour Clayton Honour Clayton, born 18 Mar 1661/62 in Rumboldswyke, Sussex, England; died in Chester County, PA. She was the daughter of William Cl...

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William Brown, Jr. MP (1689 - 1727)

From "Martha's Extended Family" family tree page on William Brown: William Brown[1] M, b. 21 September 1689, d. after 1724 Father* William Brown b. 29 Jan 1658, d. 1746 Mother* Ann Mercer B...

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Daniel Brown (c.1708 - 1791)

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Susana Brown (1710 - 1751)

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Jonathan Mahlen Brown (1744 - 1814)

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Elizabeth Hurford (1680 - 1732)

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Elizabeth Hurford (deceased)

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John Hurford, II (1674 - 1767)

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John Hurford, III (1712 - 1774)

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Sarah Powell (1714 - 1734)

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Joseph Dixon (c.1719 - c.1769)

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Maj. General Jacob Brown, Commanding General of the U.S. Army (War of 1812) (1775 - 1828)

Jacob Jennings Brown (9 May 1775 – 24 February 1828) was an American army officer in the War of 1812. His successes on the northern border during that war made him a hero. In 1821 he was appoi...

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Sarah Hurford (deceased)

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Rachel Dixon (1735 - 1783)

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Samuel Hurford (1732 - 1792)

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Hannah Hurford (1768 - 1817)

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Daniel Brown, II (1772 - d.)

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Samuel Brown (1793 - c.1860)

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Lawrie Tatum, Indian Agent (1822 - 1900)

Lawrie Tatum (Mullica Hill, New Jersey May 22, 1822 - January 22, 1900 Springdale, Iowa) was a Quaker who was best known as an Indian Agent to the Kiowa and Comanche Agency at Fort Sill in the Indian...

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Philip Hoggatt MP (1686 - 1783)

A word about spelling - North Carolina Quaker records give the name as Hoggatt; the sign for the house above gives it as Hogat; and North Carolina land records give it as Hoggatt and Hoggett. One fin...

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John Greenleaf Whittier MP (1807 - 1892)

John Greenleaf Whittier From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Born December 17, 1807 Haverhill, Massachusetts, United States Died September 7, 1892 (aged 84) Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, U...

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John Woolman (1720 - 1772)

John Woolman By Anne Moore Mueller Drexel University, Class of 2008. Quakers & Slavery Digitization Project Intern John Woolman, a well known Quaker abolitionist, was born in 1720 in Burlington Cou...

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Elias Hicks MP (1748 - 1830)

Elias Hicks (March 19, 1748 - February 27, 1830) was an itinerant Quaker preacher from Long Island, New York. He promoted doctrines that embroiled him in controversy that led to the first major schis...

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Catherine Coffin MP (1803 - 1881)

From Documenting the American South - Levi Coffin On 28 Oct. 1824, Coffin married Catherine White at Hopewell Church, Guilford County. In 1826 they moved to Newport (now Fountain City), Wayne County,...

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Levi Coffin, Jr. MP (1798 - 1877)

Levi Coffin (1798 – 1877) was an American Quaker, abolitionist, and businessman. It is believed that Coffin and his wife Catharine helped more than 2,000 fugitive slaves escape to freedom, using...

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Margaret Fell (1625 - 1702)

Margaret Fell or Margaret Fox (1614 – 23 April 1702) was a founder of the Religious Society of Friends. Known popularly as the "mother of Quakerism", she is considered one of the Valiant Sixty...

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George Fox MP (1624 - 1691)

George Fox is known as the founder of the Quaker religion. He was born in a small hamlet in England. He was known to be different from other children even at a young age. He was quite religious and obs...

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