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The Quaker Corner at RootsWeb

RootsWeb Lesson #17: Religious Institutions' Records

Cyndi's List: Quakers

 

General Quaker History & Genealogy

Quaker Folks & Families

Quaker Genealogy & History Links

 

 

General Quaker History & Genealogy

Quaker Marriage Certificates CD

Quaker Records from Duanesburgh, Later Called Butternuts, Otsego County, New York icon

Births, Deaths and Marriages of the Nottingham Quakers, 1680-1889 icon

Record of Interments at the Friends Burial Ground, Baltimore, Maryland

Early Quaker Records of Virginia

Joseph NICHOLS and the Nicholites: A Look at the "New Quakers" of Maryland, Delaware, North and South Carolina

Immigration of the Irish Quakers Into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750: With Their Early History in Ireland icon

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy icon

Quaker Records in Georgia icon

Michigan Quakers: Abstracts of Fifteen Meetings of the Society of Friends, 1831-1960 icon

Quakers and Baptists in Colonial Massachusetts icon

Our Quaker Friends of Ye Olden Time: Being in Part a Transcript of the Minute Books of Cedar Creek Meeting, Hanover County, and the South River Meeting, Campbell County, Virginia icon

Clovercroft Chronicles, 1314-1893 icon

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol. II: New Jersey and Pennsylvania icon

Quaker Marriage Certificates: Pasquotank, Perquimans, Piney Woods, and Sutton's Creek: Monthly Meetings, North Carolina, 1677-1800 icon

Hopewell Friends History, 1734-1934, Frederick County, Virginia icon

Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana icon

The Burlington Court Book: A Record of Quaker Jurisprudence in West New Jersey, 1680-1709 icon

Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, 1682-1750: Being a List of Certificates of Removal Received at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends icon

Memorials for Deceased Friends of New England Yearly Meeting icon

Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks With Some Account of Their Descendants icon

Friends Indeed: a Bucks County Family History icon

Our Quaker Ancestors: Finding Them in Quaker Records icon

Quaker Strongholds icon

New England Quaker Meetinghouses Past and Present icon

Quakers on the American Frontier icon

Quakerism on the Eastern Shore icon

Scottish Quakers and Early America icon

Quakers in California: the Effects of 19th Century Revivalism on Western Quakerism icon

Scattergood Friends School 1890-1990 icon
West Branch, Iowa

Quakers in the Founding of Anne Arundel County, Maryland icon

The Burlington Court Book-a Record of Quaker Jurisprudence in West New Jersey 1680-1709 icon

The Early Quaker Hamlet of Old Chappaqua: Its Houses...Its People...Its Way of Life icon

Quakers in South Carolina, Wateree and Bush River, Cane Creek, Piney Grove and Charleston Meetings icon

Friendsville Academy icon
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Friendsville Academy was begun by the Society of Friends [Quakers] about 1855 in Blount County, Tennessee. This is the 38th Annual catalog dated in 1893-1894. It includes the roster of alumni as well as those attending in this year of 1893."

A History of Lynchburg's Pioneer Quakers and Their Meeting House

The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland. an Account of the Some 150 Meeting Houses and 100 Burial Grounds in Ireland, From the Arrival of the Movement in 1654 to the Present Time, and a Guide to Sources icon

Six Generations of Friends in Ireland (1655 to 1890) icon

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Quaker Folks & Families

A Many-Sided Man: John BELLOWS of Gloucester (1831-1902), Quaker Printer, Lexicographer and Archaeologist: His Life and Letters

Two Quaker Sisters; From the Original Diaries of Elizabeth Buffum CHACE and Lucy Buffum LOVELL icon

Friends and Relations: Three Centuries of Quaker Families icon
(BUXTON, GURNEY, BARCLAY and HOARE)

Wenlock CHRISTISON, and the Early Friends in Talbot County, Maryland: a Paper to Be Read Before the Maryland Historical Society, March 9th, 1874

Mary DYER: Biography of a Rebel Quaker icon

August EDOUART a Quaker Album American and English Duplicate Silhouettes 1827-1845 icon

Sold! The ELLICOTs: Striving for a Holy Community icon

Joseph ENGLAND and His Descendants: An Historical Genealogy of the ENGLAND Family as Descending from Joseph ENGLAND, 1680-1748: A Quaker Family of Cecil County, Maryland (prior to 1767, Chester County, Pennsylvania) since 1723... icon

Notes on the Quaker Family of HADLEY icon

Richard HAINES and His Descendants: A Quaker Family of Burlington County, New Jersey Since 1682

  The Man Who Would Be King: The First American in Afghanistan icon
Fascinating
biography bpf Josiah HARLAND, a Quaker native of Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Testimony From the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Jericho Concerning Elias HICKS, Deceased icon

Isaac T. HOPPER: a True Life icon

Descendants of William & John JOHNSON, Colonial Friends of Virginia

The Quaker LLOYDs in the Industrial Revolution icon

The Benkamin MOORE Family of Burlington County, N.J. icon

The Quaker OGDENs in America: David OGDEN of Ye Goode Ship "Welcome" and His Descendants, 1682-1897

The PARR Family

The PENNs and PENNINGTONs of the Seventeenth Century Illustrated By Original Family Letters icon

Journal of Dr. William SCHOOLEY: Pioneer Physician, Quaker Minister, Abolitionist, Philosopher and Scholar 1794-1860 Somerton, Belmont County, Ohio icon

A Family of Friends: the Story of the Transatlantic SMITHs icon

The Quaker of Olden Time: The Life and Times of Israel THOMPSON (d. 1795)--His Land, Plantation, Mills, Tanyard & Mansion House, and the Rise of Wheatland, Loudoun County, Virginia

A Record of the Descendants of Thomas Newby WHITE, I: Quaker Pioneer, Henry County, Indiana

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