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Joseph T Allen (1730 - 1805)

Joseph ALLEN, b.ca.1730, Baltimore co,MD; son of Reuben ALLEN (ca.1690-ca.1740) & Mary JACKSON; d.ca.1805, Shenandoah co,VA; [mentioned as Member at Crooked Run MM,VA] marr.(ca.1751) Ruth WHI...

8/26/2007 Yesterday

Margery Tatnall MP (1791 - 1837)

10/25/2009 1/11/2017

Thomas Livezey MP (1790 - d.)

10/23/2009 1/11/2017

George C Linton (1802 - d.)

10/29/2016 1/11/2017

Sarah Gregg (1810 - 1877)

1/11/2017 1/11/2017

William Gregg (1806 - d.)

1/11/2017 1/11/2017

William Edmundson (1655 - 1719)

1/24/2008 1/5/2017

Hannah Shields (1785 - 1892)

Notes for HANNAH FRAZIER: 1807, 10, 8. Cert receive for Hannah from Newhope monthly meeting, Tenn., endorsed to Center monthly meeting. 1808, 2, 6. Hannah received on certificate from New Hope mo...

9/30/2014 1/4/2017

William Shields (1784 - 1865)

2. WILLIAM3 SHIELDS (DAVID2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1781 in TN, and died 01 May 1865 in Clinton Co, OH. He married HANNAH FRAZIER 30 Jul 1805 in Greene Co, TN (Source: IGI-TN.), daughter of EZEKIEL FR...

4/13/2014 1/4/2017

Mary Louisa "Louisa" (Bustill) Robeson MP (1853 - 1904)

"Louisa Bustill", "Louisa Robeson"

Maria Louisa Bustill Robeson was a Quaker schoolteacher; the wife of the Reverend William Drew Robeson of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church in Princeton, New Jersey and the mother of Paul Robeson ...

4/14/2011 1/3/2017

Sarah Mapps Douglass MP (1806 - 1882)

Sarah Mapps Douglass was an African American educator, abolitionist, writer, and public lecturer. Her painted images on her written letters may be the first or earliest surviving examples of signed pai...

1/3/2017 1/3/2017

Grace Bustill Douglass (1782 - 1842)

Grace Bustill Douglass (1782 – March 9, 1842) was an African-American abolitionist and women's rights advocate. Her family was one of the first prominent free black families in the United States...

1/3/2017 1/3/2017

Joshua Clark (1808 - 1897)

5/8/2008 1/1/2017

George Hobson, II (c.1684 - 1748)

Birth-right Quaker, early member of Hopewell Monthly Meeting, Frederick Co., VA On 23 Apr 1734, appointed as Justice of Spotsylvania Co, VA for all of the area of Virginia lying west of the Blue Ridg...

7/9/2007 12/27/2016

Judge Daniel Beede (1729 - 1799)

"DAR Ancestor A008504"

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NEW HAMPSHIRE.    DAR# A008504

3/15/2008 12/7/2016

Noel Field (1904 - 1970)

Noel Field (January 23, 1904 – September 12, 1970) was an American spy for the NKVD, whose activities before and after WWII allowed the Eastern Bloc to use his name as prosecuting rationale ...

11/29/2016 11/29/2016

Herbert Haviland Field (1868 - 1921)

Herbert Haviland Field (April 25, 1868 – April 5, 1921) was an American zoologist who founded the Concilium Bibliographicum, a leading science information service in the early twentieth centur...

11/29/2016 11/29/2016

William Hartshorne (1742 - 1816)

DAR# A 051941 Find a Grave Name: William Hartshorne Marriage Date: 13 Jun 1803 Marriage Date on Image: 13 Sixth 1803 Marriage Place: Alexandria Spouse: Susannah Shreve Event Type: Marriage

6/3/2007 11/27/2016

John Whitacre, III (1704 - 1768)

"Whittaker", "Whiteacre"

Following along with the history of John Whitacre Jr. we learn his marriage to Naomi Hulme was celebrated 24 June 1734 at Falls Monthly Meeting. Naomi, his bride, was the daughter of George and Naomi (...

9/9/2007 11/27/2016

James Tooke, of Jamestown MP (c.1601 - 1662)

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5/12/2008 11/26/2016

William Cooper, Sr. (1632 - 1710)

"William Cooper (1632-1710), progenitor of the Cooper family in America, was the earliest settler to effect improvements upon his land and to retain ownership through his descendants. In 1681, Cooper a...

1/28/2007 11/26/2016

Pvt. William Trego, Jr. (1725 - 1793)

DAR Patriot # A116413, Pvt. Pa Militia. Daughter is Hannah Trego Clemson, wife of DAR Patriot James Clemson, # A128656.

2/20/2009 11/17/2016

Enoch Pearson (1718 - 1780)

DAR# A087025 Enoch Pearson the Quaker Enoch Pearson Jr., was born at Falls Monthly Meeting in Bucks County; Pennsylvania on May 25th, 1718. Later on he was called “Enock” Pearson Sr...

10/24/2007 11/10/2016

Richard Vaux (deceased)

11/1/2016 11/1/2016

Roberts Vaux, a descendant of English Quakers and the oldest son of Richard and Ann (Roberts) Vaux, received his education at private schools in Philadelphia, was admitted to the bar in 1808, and rose ...

10/31/2016 11/1/2016

Honorable Edward Shippen, First Elected Mayor of Philadelphia MP (1639 - 1712)

"First Elected Mayor of Philadelphia", "Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania"

Find a Grave Wikipedia Edward Shippen ( born 1639, Hillham, Cheshire, England – died August 1712, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was the second mayor of Philadelphia. He was appointed to a one ...

10/28/2008 10/30/2016

Edward Shippen, Mayor of Philadelphia MP (1703 - 1781)

"Neddy"

He was not the first mayor of Philadelphia. His grandfather 1639-1712 (same name) was the first mayor. Edward Shippen (Boston, Massachusetts, July 9, 1703 – Lancaster, Pennsylvania, September ...

10/23/2009 10/21/2016

Charles Rake (c.1820 - 1907)

Charles Rake Mr. Charles Rake died at his residence, Olive Farm, Enfield, on Friday night, at the ace of 73. The deceased gentleman was for more than half a century a leading agriculturist, and one o...

10/21/2016 10/21/2016

John Phillips (1771 - c.1851)

From: QUAKER BIRTH CERTIFICATE for the birth of a son, John, to Edward Weston Phillips and Mary his wife, at Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street, in the Parish of St. Peter's Cornhill

10/10/2013 10/15/2016

Johnathan (Dr.) Ozbun (1789 - 1830)

Notes taken from early Quaker records: Jonathan was dismissed from the Friends in 1816 for marrying contrary to discipline, and too short a time after the death of his former wife (at New Garden Mtg....

9/15/2008 10/14/2016

Elwood Ozbun- (1812 - 1876)

Biography of Elwood Ozbun, Quaker Elwood was probably born in NC. The date was 23 Nov 1812. In 1813, his parents moved to Warren Co., OH and then to Clinton Co., OH. By 1816, they lived in Wayne Co.,...

9/12/2008 10/14/2016

William Shepherd (1725 - 1814)

Lineage Perhaps born in the Dungannon/Killyman area of Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland; produced a Certificate from Monthly Meeting near Charlemount in North of Ireland, accepted. 18th of 8th mo., 1739 ...

5/26/2011 10/14/2016

William Wood (1723 - 1775)

From Dr. Williams Research o William became a Quaker after coming to America and spoke at meetings. o William Wood, son of Thomas Wood, late of Chester County, dec'd. and Mary his wife, and Margare...

6/2/2009 10/13/2016

James Liddell (1712 - 1797)

James Liddell (1712-1796) and his wife, Esther Porter, of Talbot County, Maryland. The Liddell family was also from Scotland and came to Maryland after the Stuart uprising of of 1745. As Stuart adheren...

4/12/2010 10/11/2016

Isabella Beeson (1776 - 1820)

5/1/2008 10/11/2016

Simon Hadley MP (1640 - 1711)

SIMON HADLEY was born 1640 in England. He married (1) CATHERINE TALBOT about 1672. He married (2) ELIZABETH about 1710. Children of SIMON HADLEY and CATHERINE TALBOT are: i. SIMON HADLEY II, b. abo...

3/4/2008 10/6/2016

John Gregg MP (1668 - 1738)

John Henry Gregg was 14 years old when he left Ireland and settled in Delaware. He was married to Elizabeth Cooke at Concord Friends Meeting. John was only 19 years old when his father died. His family...

3/20/2007 10/6/2016

WILLIAM GRAY OF WESTER GARTSHORE Belongs to the Religious Society of Friends (called Quakers) He is the father of Isobell Gray and the father-in-law of John Reid of Wester Kittochside. William Gray...

6/4/2010 10/3/2016

JAMES GRAY OF WESTER GARTSHORE James Gray of Wester Gartshore is the great-grandfather of Charles Gray, the author of the family history William Gray: Family History Wester Gartshore James Gray o...

1/27/2015 10/3/2016

Deborah Walton (1775 - 1842)

Biography From entry for Edward Walton: - He married Deborah Allen who was born April 10, 1775 likewise in Virginia , they becoming the parents of the following children, namely: Samuel; Elizabeth;...

9/6/2013 10/1/2016

Edward Walton (1777 - 1867)

Biography Moses Walton, Sr,. the uncle of our subject was born on the banks of the Little Miami River at Spring Valley Station June 27, 1809. His parents were Edward R. and Deborah Allen Walton, nati...

3/16/2014 10/1/2016

Joan Bartholomew (c.1625 - 1700)

, , , To see a depiction of Joan & Thomas being arrested for their Quaker faith, go to the Media section.

3/17/2007 10/1/2016

Elizabeth Burleson MP (1768 - 1850)

"Libby"

9/11/2008 9/25/2016

Name: Captain John Pearson SAR Membership: 41692 Birth Date: 22 Aug 1740 Birth Place: Darby, Pennsylvania Death Date: 22 Jan 1829 Death Place: New Castle, Pennsylvania Grandfather of cong...

5/12/2008 9/22/2016

Andreas Hite (1702 - d.)

"Alternate Surname: Heyd"

11/3/2008 9/22/2016

John Crosby (1727 - 1765)

John disowned by Quaker's in 1746 for illegitimate child by Margaret Grubs. 02-28-1753 John was in 'gaol' for not paying debts and filed for Insolvent Act. On 08-27-1742 there is difference between Joh...

7/8/2007 9/20/2016

Thomas Paschall, I (1634 - 1718)

Purchased 500 acres of land from William Penn in 1682. Was elected to the Provincial Assembly in1685 and again in 1689. He was a member of the Philadelphia Common Council 1701 and 1704, and in 1705 was...

6/14/2008 9/19/2016

Joanna Paschall (1634 - 1707)

6/14/2008 9/19/2016

John Birkbeck (1747 - 1808)

Sandys B. Foster; The pedigree of Birkbeck of Mallerstang and Settle, Braithwaite of Kendal, Benson of Stang End ; Printed by W.H. and L. Collingridge; 1890; page 89

11/12/2014 9/18/2016

Ann Barclay (1763 - 1801)

Birth, Marriage and Death recorded in Quaker Registers.

11/4/2008 9/18/2016

Sarah Twining (1757 - 1845)

7/30/2010 9/16/2016

White Matlock (1745 - 1824)

White Matlack (October 7, 1745; Haddonfield, New Jersey – January 7, 1824) born to Elizabeth Martha Burr Haines and Timothy Matlack: a couple that had both lost their first spouses. His grandp...

3/21/2011 9/13/2016

Elizabeth Drinker (1735 - 1807)

Her diaries have been published. The journal of Philadelphia Quaker Elizabeth Sandwith Drinker (1735-1807) is perhaps the single most significant personal record of eighteenth-century life in Ameri...

4/7/2008 9/13/2016

Henry Drinker (1734 - 1809)

DAR A 033776, Pvt. PA Henry Drinker was such a strick Quaker that he refused to bear arms and was imprisoned for seven months by the Colonial officials during the Revolutionary War. Afterwards he bec...

4/7/2008 9/13/2016

Joseph Drinker, Jr. (1675 - 1742)

Birth: Philadelphia, PA Parents: John Drinker, Ruth Drinker (born Balch) Brother: Edward Drinker Wife: Mary Drinker (born Janney) Son: Henry Drinker Joseph Drinker was a master house-carpente...

4/26/2008 9/13/2016

Ezra Michener (1839 - 1914)

1910 census: Solebury, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States; widowed, living with single daughter Alice, age 39

12/26/2014 9/10/2016

Margaretha Michener (c.1842 - d.)

"Margaret"

12/26/2014 9/10/2016

Susannah Sibley Miller (1731 - 1796)

8/13/2010 9/10/2016

Pvt. Henry Miller, Sr. (1727 - 1801)

DAR A 078914, VA Pvt. Drafted at age 53.

8/13/2010 9/10/2016

Priscilla Twining (1808 - 1876)

10/23/2009 9/10/2016

Sarah Smith (1811 - 1893)

10/23/2009 9/10/2016

Joseph Smith (deceased)

9/10/2016 9/10/2016

Ellinor / Ellin Rogers (c.1689 - 1750)

"Ellen"

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE OF JOHN ROGER AND ELLIN PUGH - MARRIAGE RECORDS OF GWYNEDD MONTHLY MEETING, PA BIRTH RECORDS OF GWYNEDD MONTHLY MEETING, PA CAPON VALLEY, ITS PIONEERS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS, VOL II...

3/3/2007 9/9/2016

Hannah Buxton (1783 - 1872)

Burke, Bernard, Sir. A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland 6th ed . London : Harrison 1879. Vol I. page 702 Marriage to Thomas Fowell Buxton on 13 May ...

3/22/2007 9/9/2016

Edward Wakefield (1749 - 1826)

8/23/2007 9/4/2016

Catherine Bell (1727 - 1784)

8/23/2007 9/4/2016

Daniel Bell (1725 - 1802)

8/23/2007 9/4/2016

John Gurney (1749 - 1809)

In Quaker birth records: John the son of John and Elizabeth Gurney was born the "10th of the 11th month January 1749" in Clement's Parish Norwich. Wikipedia contributors. " John Gurney (1749–...

8/16/2008 9/4/2016

Margery Mendenhall (1768 - 1849)

11/15/2008 9/3/2016

Mordecai Mendenhall (1764 - 1849)

11/15/2008 9/3/2016

Mary Greaves (1779 - 1864)

"Mary Whitehead"

Mary Whitehead Child John Whitehead Greaves baptized and registered at Quaker Quarterly Meeting of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire

11/7/2013 9/2/2016

John Greaves, of Radford (1774 - 1849)

John Greaves, of Radford, Warwick Child John Whitehead Greaves baptized and registered at Quaker Quarterly Meeting of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire

11/7/2013 9/2/2016

Jan de Hartog MP (1914 - 2002)

1939 : Mr. H.G. van der Vies-priis foar De ondergang van de vrijheid 1966 : Edmond Hustinxprijs foar syn hiele oeuvre 1990 : Jacobson-priis foar syn romans dy't it gefoel fan Nederlanne wêze...

7/2/2013 8/31/2016

Warder Clyde Allee (1885 - 1955)

Warder Clyde Allee (June 5, 1885 – March 18, 1955) was an American ecologist. He is recognized to be one of the great pioneers of American ecology. As an accomplished zoologist and ecologist, ...

4/4/2014 8/27/2016

Col. Owen Biddle MP (1737 - 1799)

"the "Fighting Quaker""

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA. DAR Ancestor # A009919 . Owen Biddle, Sr. (1737 – March 10, 1799) was a clockmaker and watchmaker by trade, a merchant in Philadelphia,...

7/10/2011 8/26/2016

Judith Horn (1757 - d.)

9/19/2013 8/17/2016

Jeremiah Horn (1755 - 1834)

9/19/2013 8/17/2016

John Simpson (b. - 1747)

On the National Register of Historic Places, The Thompson-Neely House is a fine example of vernacular 18th-century architecture. Its expansion from a low, one-room dwelling to a two-story, multi-roomed...

8/11/2016 8/11/2016

Eli Hibbs MP (c.1751 - 1818)

HIBBS, ELI Ancestor #: A133256 Service: PENNSYLVANIA Rank(s): PRIVATE, PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: CIRCA 1751 BYBERRY TWP PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA Death: A 12-30-1818 BENSALEM TWP BUCKS CO PENNS...

7/22/2016 8/2/2016

Alice Jane Haworth (1860 - 1932)

8/1/2016 8/2/2016

8/1/2016 8/2/2016

Clarkley Ellen Haworth (1854 - 1932)

8/1/2016 8/2/2016

Morris Haworth/Hayworth (1826 - 1903)

Father: James Malon** Haworth b: 11 OCT 1799 in Marysville, Blount County, Tennessee Mother: Amelia** West b: 24 DEC 1801 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia

6/18/2015 8/1/2016

Elizabeth Haworth (1831 - 1910)

SOURCE: Howard County Obituaries @www.rootsweb.com/~inhoward/ Elizabeth TERRELL HAWORTH (1831-1911) Kokomo Tribune - 23 Sep 1911 Elizabeth TERRELL (HAWORTH), daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth T...

6/18/2015 8/1/2016

Samuel Schooley (c.1766 - c.1843)

Birth: 1766, Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia Father: William Schooley Mother: Ann Matthews Partner: Cecilia Allen Marriage: 7 December 1792, Crooked Run, Fairfax County, Virginia Child: John D Sch...

6/14/2015 7/31/2016

Cecila Schooley (1722 - 1821)

Note: 1805 On 11 of month 7, Samuel and Cecilia Schooley and children were received at the Miami Meeting, Ohio on certificate from Crooked Run meeting. Link : Link

9/6/2013 7/31/2016

John Hurford, I (c.1646 - 1736)

5/17/2010 7/28/2016

Hannah Hurford (1711 - 1795)

9/29/2008 7/28/2016

George Browne (1644 - 1726)

George Brown came from Leicestershire, England, landed at New Castle in 1679 and immediately traveled to Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His wife Mercy came over on the same ship with him and they were mar...

6/24/2008 7/28/2016

Elizabeth Gibson (1783 - 1831)

7/12/2009 7/23/2016

William Few, Sr. MP (1714 - 1794)

"fewe/"

A Patriot of the American Revolution for GEORGIA. DAR Ancestor # A038262 McCall's Roster of Revolutionary Solders in Georgia: P-67. Greenberry Lee married Elizabeth Few (in 1774, in old Bible); she...

3/6/2007 7/23/2016

Israel Friend (c.1690 - 1749)

Includes NotesNotes for Richard Few: EXCERPTS FROM "SOME DESCENDANTS OF RICHARD FEW OF CHESTER CO., PA. & ALLIED LINE" by Florence Knight Fruth, pub 1977: RICHARD FEW The Few family in America may ...

3/6/2007 7/23/2016

Rebecca Strahl (1740 - 1800)

Name: Rebecca Barger Sex: F Burial: Casper and Rebecca were probably buried in either the Catawissa or more probably the Roaring Creek * Quaker Meeting House burial grounds. Roaring Creek Townshi...

7/21/2016 7/21/2016

Henry Head (1806 - 1822)

Birth on 10 Oct 1806 at St. Margaret, Ipswich, Suffolk, England recorded in Quaker registers (Monthly Meeting of Woodbridge, Beccles); Died, aged 22, on 24 Jul 1822 at Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

7/19/2016 7/20/2016

Edward Head (1805 - 1808)

Birth on 16 Feb 1805 in the parish of St Margaret, Ipswich, Suffolk, England recorded at the Monthly Meeting of Woodbridge, Beccles (Quaker Registers).

7/19/2016 7/20/2016

John Head (1800 - 1874)

England & Wales, Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers, 1578-1837: John Head, son of Joshua and Isabella Head, born in the parish of St Margaret in Ipswich, Suffolk, England on 28 Mar 1800; 19 ...

7/19/2016 7/20/2016

Richard Titus (1725 - d.)

He was a minister in the Society of Friends. For a time he resided at Little Nine Partners, Dutchess County, NY, but later returned to Westbury, Long Island. He was still alive in 1760. References fo...

3/23/2009 7/19/2016

Isabella Head (1773 - 1841)

Married Joshua Head on 12 Sep 1794 at Gracechurch Street, Middlesex, England (as recorded at the Monthly Meeting of Tottenham (England & Wales, Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers, 1578-1837).

4/28/2013 7/19/2016

Alfred Head (1797 - 1880)

Date of birth found in England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975; also the Monthly Meeting of Woodbridge, Beccles: Births [Quaker records]; 1861 England Census: occupation: Brewer; 64 years ...

4/28/2013 7/19/2016

Barclay Head (c.1796 - 1820)

7/19/2016 7/19/2016