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From: "W. Wilton" <>
Subject: [Q-R] Jackson/ Rooks /Beal/ NC
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2004 11:27:22 -0800
> Hi Marsha,
> I also am a descend of Quaker's.
> I didn't know the LDS had info on Quaker's MM in their accessable site.
> I had the Samuel Jackson b before 1800 in NC and family. Son , John
> Jackson mar a Pheobe Beal before 1800's there as their dau, Elizabeth
> Jackson b 1789 (?90 as some also say,) mar in 1807/8 in Highland Co Oh.
> ( MM says she was disowned per Spouse didn't join so out of Quaker
> religeon in 1808/9 in Oh book.) Some of Jackson's and Joseph Rooks also
> went to Oh in abt 1802??. Joseph Rooks b in Pa or Ky ??? but was also
> Surry Co NC and maybe in Stokes or other Co before 1800. His fa was John
> Rooks. Also a bro was Thomas. Joseph Rooks b 1782, Some have 1772
> but wrong as per census in Oh, Ind and Mo he was on. b 1782.
> Haven't see any NC or other Books. on Quaker's.
> Also have Pitcock's in Pa & NJ & Va. have Beiler( Byler) in Pa 1700's
> in NC also. Orange Co. and alsoWhite's ( Whyte) there in NC.
> Maxine Baldwin Wilton ( Live in Roy, Wash.)
> W Wilton
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "marsha moses" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, March 26, 2004 10:30 AM
> Subject: [Q-R] LDS FHL
> > Because it is my Saturday to volunteer at my local LDS FHL in
> > Huntington, WV tomorrow, I took a look at the LDS FHL website to see
> > what is available under the subject Mormon. All I can say is WOW.
> > Thanks Paul for reminding us all of the availability of microfilmed
> > original records. For anyone who is not already a frequent user of the
> > LDS FHL system the library URL is:
> > http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp
> > Go to subject search, type in Quaker and hit search. I have a pretty
> > good idea what I am going to be doing tomorrow---looking at what is
> > available for the Hopewell MM. Thanks so much, Paul for the helpful
> > reminder. Marsha in WV
> > Paul Redden wrote:
> > >Most of these meetings never made it into Hinshaw's Encyclopedia as far
> as I
> > >know.
> > >
> > >..... I
> > >believe that the pages were originally scanned from microfilmed copies,
> > >probably from the Mormon Church Family History Centers. The Mormons
> > >also likely have microfilmed copies of the original records.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
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