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Subject: Re: [TMG] Quaker dates redux( deja vu all over again)
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 02:00:49 EDT
In a message dated 7/12/2003 8:19:50 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> If there is a better source than Hinshaw I'd like to hear about it. Tell
> does this publisher of your Pennsylvania CD also publish all the Quaker
> meetings in other states? And what about Willard Heiss' "Abstracts of ...
> Friends ... in Indiana?" And Week's "Quakers and Southern Slavery?" My
> heritage is largely Quaker these are important volumes to me
I'm not generally a fan of FTM CD's but I got this CD a long time ago. It is
Church Records: Selected Areas of Pennsylvania 1600s-1800s. I bought it for
the Lancaster PA records. I later found Quaker connections in another part of PA
and used it.
Here's an example of births.
Children of Samuel and Elizabeth Allen: Ann Allen b. 18th day of 11th
month, 1755; Samuel Allen b. 16th day of 7th month, 1757; Jane Allen
b. 27th day of 1st month, 1761; Sarah Allen b. 23rd day of 1st month,
Children of John and Rebeckah Allen: Rebeckah Allen b. 26th day of
9th month, 1754; William Allen b. 11th day of 4th month, 1757.
It also has the meetings and contains info that Hinshaw doesn't cover.
The vol was originally published as
6. Bucks County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 17th and 18th
Centuries, Volume 2, Quaker Records: Falls and Middletown Monthly
Meetings. F. Edward Wright, 1993.
7. Bucks County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 17th and 18th
Centuries, Volume 3. F. Edward Wright, 1994.
[this is Wrightsville, Richland, Buckingham, Makefield and Solebury]
I don't know if there is any other states the authors have covered. My
Quakers didn't go to Indiana and I'm not familiar with that source.
What states does Week's "Quakers and Southern Slavery" deal with?
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