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Thomas Schooley MP (c.1656 - bef.1724)

Links was unmarried when he arrived in West Jersey in August 1677. He did not marry until Oct. 1686 when he and Sarah Parker, daughter of George and Sarah Parker of Monmouth County, New Jersey, wer...

3/5/2008 10/17/2013

Sarah Schooley MP (1662 - aft.1724)


4/29/2008 10/17/2013

Francis Collins, Sr. MP (1635 - 1720)


The Quakers formally established their congregation in Burlington County, New Jersey in 1678. Initially, they met in private homes and between 1683 and 1687, Francis Collings constructed a hexagonal me...

1/11/2008 1/10/2011

Dr. Roger Parke MP (1648 - 1731)

"pioneer physician of old Hopewell"

"Doctor" Roger Parke, Sr. (1648 – 1738) was the first white settler in Hopewell, New Jersey. Roger Parke (also known as Roger Parks) was born 25 June 1648 in Hexham, Cartmel Parish, Northumberland,...

6/5/2007 11/3/2010