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51 Hannah was a Quaker, but married Richard who was not, consequently she was disowned Sep 25, 1761. She is reinstated Feb 24, 1777, and Richard finally became a Quaker received into membership Sep. 25, 1777 at Exeter Monthly Meeting. Included are children, John, Elizabeth, James, Hannah, William, George, And Sarah. The family moved to Chester 18 June 1790 Sarah and Phoebe were received on certificate from Robeson Monthly Meeting. Family: F2977
 
52 http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/md/dorchester/marriages/femmar-tz.txt Family: F295
 
53 Individual Ships of Penn's Fleet and their passenge


November, 1683, Robert Crossman, master, from Liverpool
George and Isabella Gleave, servants to Hough, and their son George
Jonathan Hayes, wife Ann Williamson, and children Jonathan, Mary and
Elizabeth
John Hough, wife Hannah and son John
Henry Maddock
Thomas Pemberton 
Family: F4272
 
54 Isaac Williams, Jr., of Elk Ridge, Anne Arundel County, son of Isaac, of Baltimore
Town, m. 31st day of 12th month, 1783, to Mary Hayward, dau. of William, of Elk
Ridge, at a meeting in Elk Ridge. Witnesses: Nicholas Gassaway, Elias Ellicott,
Benjamin Ellicott, Henry Reach, William Scott, William Hayward, Jr., John Peir-
point, Ann Peirpoint, Joseph "Tyler, Jonus Dever, Benjamin Scott, Bazil Dever,
Robert Cornthwait, James Shipley, Grace Cornthwait, Richard Scott, Deborah
Peirpoint, Hannah Ellicott, Susana Shipley, Elizabeth Cornthwait, Phebe Stedman,
Elizabeth Merrick, James Gillingham, Joshua Davis, William Hayward, Sidney
Hayward, Elizabeth Hayward, Rachel Hayward, Rebecah Hayward, Lyda Wil-
«i»liams, Faithfull Pierpoint, «/i»Ann Scott, Rachel Tayler, Elizabeth Ellicott, Ennion
Williams, John Hayward, Martha Ellicott, William Hayward, Joseph Taylor, Henry
Pierpoint, Joseph Pierpoint. 
Family: F5562
 
55 James Cochran married Elizabeth Wood, some time in 1800, or previously. She and a brother had been rescued from a band of Indians, and she had been reared in the family of Ebenezer Zane, who led the party that rescued them. The following account is taken from Vol. 6, Chapter X, of the History of the Ohio Historical and Archaeological Society, and from the circumstances and the vicinity and the time, we feel sure that the two children mentioned were Betsy Wood and her brother.
The Identity Of Two Children Rescued From A Band Of Chippewa Indians By Permission.
In the History of the Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. 6, Chapter X, is given the account of the First Public Survey of Lands, Northwest of the Ohio River, namely, the Seven Ranges of Congress Lands, from the joining of the Pennsylvania line and Ohio River, comprising parts of what are now Jefferson, Columbiana, Carroll, Tuscarawas, Harrison, Guernsey, Belmont, Noble, Monroe and Washington Counties in Ohio.
From the journal of John Matthews, nephew of General Putnam and one of the chief surveyors or engineers in charge, is taken the following account: "Sept. 18, 1786, while in Tuscarawas County, was warned that Shawanese Indians were on the warpath. He was work
ing in the Mingo Bottom, but lived with Greathouse on the opposite side of Ohio River; he also visited a Mahan or McMahan, six miles south. He further reports that he took charge of Commissary Dept., Fort Steuben, Feb., 1787.
"Survey was renewed on April 17th. On May 8th to 12th reports that while on his way to Mahans he met some people from Wheeling, who reported that Indians had killed one man and two children, seriously wounded a woman, and taken two children captive. On the morning of May 31st, he left for Wheeling in canoe, stopping over night with Wheatlands and McFarlanes, at the mouth of Short Creek. He landed provisions at Wheeling, June 1st, near the store of Esquire Zane. On June 2nd, the surveyors had arrived on the west side of river and were camped near mouth of Indian Wheeling Creek (now Bridgeport, Ohio), waiting for horses to convey them to Fort Harmer (Cincinnati, Ohio).
"On June 23 troops from Fort Mclntosh (Beaver Falls, Ohio) had passed down the river and reported that Indians had lately done mischief ten miles above Wheeling. On the 30th of July Indians were again troublesome. About ten days past, signs of Indians at Short Creek and were followed by our party, who came up with them four miles above Wheeling. There were eleven Indians in the party, Chip- pewas. Our party attacked the Indians unexpectedly in their camp and they fled, leaving blankets and moccasins behind them. Squire Mahan and about twenty others pursued the Indians over to the Ohio side, but did not catch them."
Betsy Woods was born in 1773, as recorded on her tombstone, and at this time was in her fourteenth year, and the Indians usually preserved the lives of young girls and women. She was probably a captive from May 12th to July 20th, according to the Matthews journal.
It is a family tradition that through the Woods children Ebenezer Zane secured the title to their land in the vicinity of, and including the lower Sister Island in the Ohio River, in which locality the massacre of the family and capture of the two children is said to have taken place.
Of her rescue and subsequent adoption into the family of Zane we are assured. Of the brother there is no record.

James Cochran and Elizabeth Woods were married in 1800 and had a family of thirteen children, as follows:
John, born in 1801; James, born in 1802; Jane, or "Jence," born in 1804; Robert, born in 1806; Thomas, born in 1808; Nancy, born in 1809; William, born in 1811; Zane, born in 1813; Polly, or Mary, born in 1814; Eleanor, or "Nelly," born in 1816; Elizabeth, or "Betsy," born in 1822; Alexander, "Little Aleck," born in 1820; Violinda, born in 1818.
There is no record of where James and Betsy Cochran lived previous to the purchase of their land in 1806, but very probably in the vicinity of Wheeling. But here on this Ohio farm, ten of their children were born, and here the parents lived and died. Mary Cochran- Stewart, their oldest living grandchild, relates: "Concerning the Cochrans: I cannot say much about them as a race of people, beyond the time of my grandparents. I remember them very well. They lived on the farm which Uncle Alexander owned before he went west. They both died while living on that farm and were buried in the family graveyard on my father's place. There is a monument there, marking their graves.
"I cannot tell you anything about my grandmother's people. I do not even know her name, but think it was Zane. My grandfather was a tall man, rather dark complexion; my brother Thomas resembled him somewhat." According to the cemetery record, James Cochran was born in 1764 and died May 5, 1845, aged 81 years; Elizabeth, his wife, was born in 1773, and died in 1843, aged 70 years.
Here on the hill farm, northwest of Martins Ferry, Ohio, about a mile distant from town proper, they raised their family. The first to leave the home nest was Jane, or Jence, who married a farmer named Isaac Stotts, on February 22, 1821. They first located in the Western Reserve, but later moved further west. She came home once on a visit and is remembered by two of her nieces. She had no family. The next of the family who left the home were James, who married Nancy McCord, and his sister Nancy, who married Thomas McCord on the same day in Wheeling, 1825.
The McCord brother and sister lived over in West Virginia at the head of one of the Sisters Islands. Their home was plainly visible from the home of John Cochran on the Ohio side. They rode horseback, one brother and sister from Ohio on the same horse, and the brother and sister from West Virginia also on the same horse. This was the common mode of travel at that time. They met at the County Clerk's office in Wheeling. On the return trip Nancy McCord-Cochran came to Ohio and Nancy Cochran-McCord took her place in West Virginia.
Nancy McCord was only sixteen years old when she married. She had kept house for her father four years, ever since the death of her mother. James and Nancy went to housekeeping in a log-house on the farm of John Cochran, his oldest brother.
This farm was deeded to John Cochran in 1818 by his uncle, Robert Cochran, evidently a part of his original holdings, and cost eighteen hundred dollars. It lays at the head of Patton's Run, northwest of the Rainey coal lands. 
Family: F9765
 
56 Jane, daughter of Owen ap Evan, of Fron Goch, and Gainor, born at Fron Goch, 1653/4; died in Merion Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, 7th mo. 1st, 1686, and buried 3d of same month. She married, in Merionethshire, 1672/3, "Hugh Roberts, of the township of Kiltalgarth, parish of Llanvawr, Merionethshire, yeoman." He was a prominent minister among Friends, and afterwards a Provincial Councillor of Pennsylvania. Their certificate of removal from the comot of Penllyn, is dated "ye 2nd of 5 mo., 1683," and they settled upon about six hundred acres of land in Merion. All of their children, except Elizabeth, were born in the township of Kiltalgarth, but a record of their births has been preserved in the archives of the Merion, Pennsylvania, Monthly Meeting of Friends. Family: F7855
 
57 John Blagg, was born 1 Mar 1761 and this is proved by his Bible which is preserved at the Mc Clung Collection,Knoxville TN. It also has the date of his marriage to Margaret Wheeler (5 Nov 1788) and the birth data of their children. John was on the 1802 tax roll of Anderson Co TN, formed from Knox Co TN. Clinton (where sons enlisted in the army) is the county seat of Anderson. William Dick Bible Records also has John Blagg and Margaret Wheeler listed. William married Sarah "Sally" Blagg Joseph Blagg's sister, and Joseph married Mary Dick who was William Dick 's sister. Family: F6935
 
58 John Evans, of Gwynedd, son of Cadwalader, b. in Denbighshire, Wales, 1689, d. at Gwynedd, 9th mo. 23, 1756, m. Eleanor Ellis, dau. of Rowland, of Merion, at Merion m.h., 4th mo. 8, 1715. Eleanor, b. near Dolgellau, Merionethshire, Wales, 1685, d. 4th mo. 29, 1765. John was a preacher of eminence among the Friends. His will, dated 9th mo. 16, 1756 was probated 22 June 1757. He leaves to his dau., Jane Hubbs the life right, with remainder to her children, of a lot of 2 1/2 acres, "part of the tract of 100 acres which I hold, tobe laid out for her the west side of Montgomery Road, adjoining George Maris' field." He gives his daughters, Margaret, Ellen, and Elizabeth, 50 acres, "to be divided off the upper end, next Owen Evans' land." He mentions his sons Rowland and John, and appoints them and his son Cadwalader executors. Family: F4167
 
59 John Harris, of Virginia, m. 11th day of 3rd month called March, 1760, to Rachel
Plummer, dau. of Samuel and Sarah, of Prince George's County, at the meeting
house in Prince George's County [Indian Springs].
Witnesses: Abraham Jones,
Richard Richardson, Sarah Gover, Isaac Hague, Ann Richardson, Joseph West
Hammond, Thomas Miles, Mahlon Janney, Margery Lyles, Rachel Jones, Susana
Plummer, Joseph Richardson, Rebekah Richardson, Sarah Plummer, Ann Plum-
mer, Jemima Plummer, Sarah Plunmuer, Zach. Lyles, John Thomas, Sarah Plum-
«i»mer, Ruth «/i»Holland, Cassandra Ballenger, Sarah Janney, Ursula Plummer, Joseph
Plummer, Abraham Plummer, Elizabeth Plummer, Anna Plummer. 
Family: F8378
 
60 LDS , familysearch.com:
Asa T. PATTERSON married Euphemia Ann PATTON, 16 Feb 1860, Belmont, Ohio.
Source, 0902145, Ohio Probate Court (Belmont County), Marriage Records, 1803-1917.

The Marriage Record of Asa T. Patterson and Euphemia Ann Patten (spelled Patton) shows License to Marry issued 7 February 1860, with blessings of fathers, Edwin Patterson and Mark Patten (spelled Patton), since Asa was 19 years and Euphemia was 17 years of age. The Marriage was performed 16 February 1860 by E.S. Barnes, J.P. The document is recorded in Vol. 10, Page 90, Record of Marriages, Probate Court, Belmont County, Ohio. See their Marriage Scrapbook. 
Family: F3362
 
61 Manuscript Quaker Marriage Document
The document reads, "Whereas Joseph Price *******************of the Hundred of Little Creek and County of Kent upon Deleware [sic] and son of Isacher Price late of the City of Philadelphia and Province of Pennsylvania Deceased and Rosanna Ashburnham Widow of William Ashburnham late of the Borough of Wilmington and County of Newcastle upon Deleware Deceased; having Declared their Intentions of Marriage with each other before several Monthly Meetings of the People Called Quakers at Wilmington aforesaid, according to the good order used amongst them and having consent of Friends and relations concern'd their said proposals was allowed of by the said Meetings- "Now these are to certify whom it may concern that for the full accomplishing their said Intentions this twelfth day of the sixth Month in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty three they the said Joseph Price and Rosanna Ashburnham appeared in a publick Meeting of the said People at Wilmington also and the said Joseph Price taking the said Rosanna Ashburnham by the hand did in Solemn Manner openly declare that he took the said Rosanna Ashburnham to be his wife Promising with the Lords assistance to be unto her a loving and faithful Husband until Death should seperate [sic] them; and then there in the said Assembly the said Rosanna Ashburnham did in like solemn manner Declare that she took him the said Joseph Price to be her husband Promising with the Lords assistance to be unto him a loving and faithful wife until Death should seperate them or words of the same effect. And Moreover they the said Joseph Price and Rosanna she after the usual custom of Marriage assuming the name of her Husband as a further Confirmation thereof and then and there to these Presents set their Hands - {signed} Joseph Price, Rosanna Price "And we whose names are hereunto also, subscribed being present at the Solemnization of said Marriage and subscription have as Witnesses thereunto set our hands the day and year first above written. {signed} Rachel Woodward, Sarah Whitelock, Hannah West, Jane Starr, Hannah Mendinhall, Mary Hewes, John Berry, Bancroft Woodcock, George Sparkman, Daniel Byrnas, Daniel Britt, Samuel Canby, Isaac Starr, Joseph Tatnall, Wm. Starr, Philip Jones, Joseph Martin, Joseph West, John Cowgill, Daniel Cowgill, Nathan Wood, Jacob Starr, Ziba Ferriss, Hannah Starr, Mary Ferriss, Leeah Ferriss, Sarah Andrews, Gerard Blackford, Hannah Ashburnham, Samuel Price, Joseph Price, Edith Ferriss, Sarah Price, Rachel Heherty, Tho. Lightfoot." 
Family: F6887
 
62 Margaret Tacy Wells, the only daughter of Levi C. Wells who married, learned the millinery trade at Haines Millinery Store in Cadiz. Later she followed her trade in Cleveland and Pittsburgh. She had her own millinery store in Vine Grove, Kentucky. She was well known for her beautiful hand made quilts and hand hooked rugs of her own design. She met Otis Fillmore Miller when he was studying medicine with her father. They were married in 1898. Family: F11462
 
63 Marriage (Radnor MM records): Robert Humphrey of Gwynedd and Margret Evans of Radnor 9-1-1705; Wit: Jno Humphrey, Abell Thomas, Jno Hugh, Rbt Davis, Owen Rbts, Rbt Rbts, Hugh Griffith, Jno Griffith, Evan Griffith, Wm Lewis, Evan Owen, Rbt Jones, David Griffith, Hugh Robert, Rbt Evan - women sign column to left: Gwen Evans, Gainor Roberts, Ellin Hugh, Mary Orme, Mary Orme, Cath Orme, Mary Orme Jr., Ellin Orme, Eliz. Jones, Thamer Miles, Phebe Miles, Susanna Jones, Priscilla Jarman, Lowry Jones, Eliz. William, Anne Jones

Will of Robert Humphrey, of Gwynedd Co., Philadelphia Co., PA, June 24, 1736. Proved September 11, 1736. Will book F, page 8.
To my eldest son David Humprhey, 250 acres, part of 400 acres
To my son Joshua Humphrey, 150 acres (remainder of 400 acres), adjoinint Richard Thomas and Rowland Hugh; also 60 pounds, he to have the privilege of moving the house Jenkin Morris lives in.
Said sons to be under their guardians during their minority
To my dau. Ellin Humphrey 100 pounds
To my dau., Gainor, wife of John Jones, 45 pounds
To my dau., Cathrine, wife of Robert Lloyd, 45 pounds
Residue to be divided equally among my said children.
(Testator provides for sale of his plantation, in case of death of both sons in their minority and without issue)
Executors: my sons in law John Jones and Robert Lloyd.
Trustees and guardians: "my trusty Friends and Relations John Humphrey, Edward Robert, Thomas Foulke, Rowland Hugh, Humphrey Jones and Robert Robert.

It appears likely a communicable disease or other catastrophe struck this family in August of 1736 as there are multiple deaths... 
Family: F5260
 
64 Marriage Certificate of David Coppock and Rebbeca Test 5/27/1847
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Whereas David Coppock of Columbiana County, and State of Ohio, son of John Coppock
of the same county and state, and Catherine his wife; and Rebecca Test, daughter of Isaac B. Test of the county and state aforesaid, and Margaret his wife, the later deceased, having declared their intention of marriage with each other, before the monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of friends, held at Newgarden in the above mentioned county and state, and having consent of parents their said proposalof marriage were allowed by said Meeting. Now these are to certify whom it may concern, that for thefull accomplishments of their said intentions this twenty seventh day of the fifth month, in the
Year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty seven, they the said David Coppock and Rebecca Test appeared in a public meeting of the said people held at Newgarden aforesaid; and the said David Coppock taking the said Rebecca Test by the hand, declared that he took her, the said Rebecca Test to be his wife, promising, with divine assistance, to be onto her a loving and faithful husband untilDeath should separate them: and then the said Rebecca Test did in like manner declare, that she took him, the said David Coppock to be her husband, promising with Divine assistance, to be unto him aloving and faithful wife until death should separate them, and moreover, the said David Coppock and Rebecca Test (she according to the custom of marriage adopting the name of her husband) did as afurther confirmation thereof, then and their to these present, set their hands.
«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»David Coppock
Rebecca T. Coppock

And we whose names are also hereunto subscribed, being present at the solemnization of the said marriage, have as witnesses there set our hands the day and year above written
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Nelson Bursan
Zaccheus Stratton
Joseph G. Righter
Rebecca Ann Whinery
Esther Negus
Allen J Heald
Joshiah Stratton
Lewis B. Walker
Tamson H. Walker
Jas H. Dean
Eleanor Dean
Rhoda Dean

Bacheus Test
Mary Stanley
Thomas B. French
Elizabeth Test
Emmar Fawcett
Ann L Test
Samuel Strawn
Ann Test
Joseph Stratton
Ellen Stanley
Maithas S; Lamborn
Samuel D. Lamborn
Margaret E. Lamborn
David Test


Isaac B. Test
Catherine Coppock
Sarah Stratton
Joshua Coppock
Jeremiah Coppock
MilleyCoppock
Mehitable J. Coppock
Ann L. Coppock
Mary Coppock
Clayton Lamborn
Hannah Lamborn
Daniel Test
Ann D. Test
Samuel Test, Jr.
Ann J. Test

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The original copy of this Marriage Certificate is housed at the Friends Collection, Lilly Library, Earlham College. 
Family: F10279
 
65 MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE OF ROBERT (26) AND ABIGAIL PANCOAST (27) HUNT.
FROM ORIGINAL, IN POSSESSION OF C. C. HUNT (1140).

Whereas Robert llunt Son of Robert and Abigail Hunt of Evesham Township, in Burlington County, in the Province of West New Jersey, Deceased, and Abigail Pancoast, Daughter of Samuel Pancoast of Salisbury, in the County of Bucks, and Province of Pensylvania, Deceas'd, and Abigail his Wife, now Abigail Duer, having declared their Intentions of Marriage with Each other before Several Monthly Meetings of the People called Quakers at the Falls, in the County of Bucks, and Province aforesaid, according to the good Order Used amongst them, and having Consent of Parents, and Relations concerned, their said Proposals of Marriage was allowed of, by the Said Meeting.
Now these are to Certify all whome it may concern, that for the well Accomplishing their said Intentions, this Nineteenth Day, of the Twelfth Month in the Year of our Lord, One Thousand, Seven Hundred, and Sixty Four, they the Said Robert Hunt, and Abigail Pancoast, appeared in a Publick meeting of the Said People at Makefield, in the County and Province aforesaid, and the said Robert Hunt, taking the said Abigail Pancoast by the Hand, did in a Solemn manner, openly declare, that he took her the said Abigail Pancoast to be his Wife, promising thro' the Lord's assistance to be unto her, a loving and faithfull Husband untill Death Should seperate them; And then and there in the said Assembly, the said Abigail Pancoast, did in like manner declare that she took the said Robert Hunt to be her Husband, promising thro' the Lord's Assistance, to be unto him a loving and faithfull Wife, untill Death should seperate them. And moreover they the said Robert Hunt, and Abigail Pancoast (She according to the custom of Marriage assuming the Name of her Husband) as a further Confirmation thereof did then and there to these presents set their Hands. And we whose Names are hereunder also Subscribed, being present at the Solemnization of the said Marriage and Subscription, has as Witnesses thereunto set our Hands the Day and Year above Written.
Robert Hunt
Abigail Hunt 
Family: F2726
 
66 Marriage Certificate Recorded in East Nottingham Marriage Book 19th December 1734

"Whereas George Hollingsworth son of Abraham Hollingsworth late of Cecil County, Maryland but now living on ye north side in ye colony of Virginia and Hannah McKay daughter of Robert McKay of or near the same place having delcared their intention of Marriage to each orther before several Monthly meetings of ye Christian people called Quakers in ye township of Nottingham in Pensilvania according to ye good order used amongst them & having consent of parents their said Proposal of marriage was approved of & allowed by ye sd meeting. Now these may certify whom it may concern for ye full accomplishing their sd intention this 19th. day of December in ye year of our Lord one thousand Seven Hundred & thirty four they ye sd George Hollingsworth & Hannah McKay appeared in a Public Assembly of ye sd people & others mett att ye house of Isaac Perkins of ye aff sd place in Virginia & ye George Hollingsworth taking ye sd Hannah McKay by ye hand Did in solomn manner openly Declare yt he took her to be his wife Promising by ye Lords assistance to be unto her a loving & faithful husband until death separate and then & there in ye assembly ye sd Hannah McKay did in like manner Declare yt she took him ye sd George Hollingsworth to be her husband promising by ye Lords assistance to be unto him a loving & faithful wife until Death separate or words to that affect. Moreover they ye sd George Hollingsworth & Hannah McKay she according to ye customs of marriage assuming ye name of her husband did as a further confirmation thereof then & there to these presents Set their hands and we beingat ye Solomizing of ye marriage & subscription in manner afforsed as witnesses hereunto also subscribe our names the day and year first above written.

George Hollingsworth
Hannah Hollingsworth

Witnesses: Josiah Ballinger John Little Daniel Richison Abr Hollingsworth Jacob Worthington Evan Thomas Thos Eads Anne Hollingsworth Thomas Bab John Renfro Katharine Ross Marg Hollingsworth Isy Srat John Bullock Katherine Thomas Lydia Hollingsworth Evan Thomas Jr. Thomas Wilson Macy Littler Isaac Hollingsworth William Hoge Onan Thomas Mary Ballinger Lydia Hollingsworth George Hoge Benj Smith Mary Butler Mary Hollingsworth Rich Hiland Hurr Mills Mary Hollingsworth Jeran Kelly Reuben Ross Isaac Perkins Sam Brettan William Smith Mary Perkins Esther Harrison Elizabeth Renfro Josiah Calvert 
Family: F3234
 
67 Marriage certificate: William Robert, blacksmith son of Edward of Merion dec'd m. Anne Evans d/o Robert, of Gwynedd at Gwynedd mh 6th mo 25, 1715; Witnesses signing under the bride and groom: Robert Evan, Anne Robert, Mathew Robert, John Robert, Robert Roberts, Owen Roberts, Joseph Robert, Edward Robert, Evan Evans, John Roberts, Alice Robert, Hugh Evan, Robert Evan, Evan Evans, Owen Evan, Richard Evans, Thomas Lawrance, Robert Jones, Rowland Hugh, Richard Kinderdine, William Musgrave, John William, Jno Evans, Ellin Evans. Middle column: Sarah Jones, Mary William, Sarah Owen, Jane Fletcher, Rebecca Rees, Jane Pugh, Catherine Wm, Jane Evans, Susana Rich, Jane Richard, Sarah Jarman, Gwen Ffoulk, Jane Jones, Gainor Jones, Katherine Griffith, Ellin Hugh, Gainor Humphrey, Gwen Ffoulke, LINE, Owen Owens, John Jones, Arthur Jones, Thomas Lloyd. Col 1: Griffith Owen, Ellis Pugh, Row Ellis, Rees Thomas, David Harry, Robt Jones, Row Ellis Jr., John Jones, Robt Pugh, Edward Griffith, Rees Thomas Jr. Lewis, Walker, Edward ffoulke, Jno Humphrey, Thomas Fletcher, Jno Bevan, Thomas ffoulke, John Jones, Owen Evans, Cadwalader Evan, John Hugh, Robert Pugh. Family: F7834
 
68 MARRIAGE LICENSE FREMONT COUNTY, COLORADO:
married on 14th of June, 1882 in presence of Margaret and William Banta
Thomas Jefferson swears to his age of 33
He also swears that Elizabeth is 17
Margaret Banta also swears that Lizzie Banta is over 17 years of age
and that she consents to the marriage of her daughter Lizzie to Jeff
Milner on 6/14/1882 
Family: F745
 
69 Marriage Notes: From the book Reifsnyder-Gillam Ancestry, Edited by Thomas Allen Glenn at the request of Howard Reifsnyder, privately printed, Philadelphia, 1902, provided by http://books.google.com, pp.30-31:

"The title papers to this property [Tythyn Bryn Mawr in Merionethshire] are now in possession of Edward Griffith, Esp. of Springfield, near Dôlgelly, a descendant of Ann, eldest daughter of Rowland Ellis by his first wife. Amongst these old documents is the original marriage contract and settlement made upon the marriage of Ellis Price and Anne Humphrey, the parents of Rowland Ellis, in 1649. The parties to this settlement were: Humphrey (Humffrey) ap Hugh, of Llwyngwril, gentleman, father of Anne Humphrey, Rees Lewis ap John Griffith, of Dyffrydan, gentleman, father of Ellis Price, who was his second son, and Richard Nanney, of Llwyngwril, and David Ellis, of Gwanas, gentlemen, who were to act as trustees. Richard Nanney was cousin to Anne, his father, the Rector of Llangelynin having married one of the daughters of Hugh Gwyn, of Peniarth. David Ellis was brother-in-law to Rees Lewis, the latter having married his sister Catherine.

"The witnesses to this document were: John ap William ap Humffrey, David John Hugh, Griffith ap Rees Lewis, Edward Vaughn and John ap Hugh. Rowland Ellis, born in 1650, was the only child of Ellis Price (alias ap Rees) and Anne Humphrey, and therefore inherited Bryn Mawr under this settlement and continued to live there until his permanent removal to Pennsylvania in 1696; when he sold the place to Lewis Owen, of Tyddyn y Garreg, his kinsman, to whom he was indebted."

From p. 46:
"[Humphrey ap Hugh] is named as a party to the deed of marriage settlement made at the time of the marriage of his daughter Anne to Ellis Rees, and dated 1 January 1649..."

Footnote 2, p. 48:
"See Deed of Marriage Settlement, 1 January, 1649 (1649-50), cited supra. Their only child, Rowland Ellis, was born 1650, and died in Pennsylvania; he compiled the pedigree of 1697, which is in his own handwriting." 
Family: F7754
 
70 marriage of daughter Margaret: Gwynedd MM records: p. 290-1 1750-8 [Oct]-25: Edward Foulke of Gwynedd married Margaret Griffith of same at Gwynedd meeting house, 8th mo 25, 1750. Witnesses. Column 1. John Evans, Owen Evans, George Lewis, John Jones, Evan Roberts, Benjamin Davids, Judah Foulke. Col 2. William Edwards, Griffith Owen, Samuel Foulke, John Jemison, Alice Jemison, Hannah Reese, John Lloyd, Ellin Lloyd, William Jones, Hugh Foulke, John Edwards, Col 3 (under bride and groom); Thomas Foulke, Gwen Foulke, Hugh Griffith, Merry Edwards, Mary Griffith, William Foulke, Elliam? Wi?, Sarah, ?, ?. Family: F4456
 
71 Marriage to Evan Evans: (1,4) 13 2 mo. (Apr) 1715. (2,3,4,5) He s/o Owen Evan of Gwynedd. ( 3) 13 Feb 1715. Marriage was witnessed by Alice Miles. (4) Radnor Meeting, Chester Co., PA. ( 5) He was cousin of Phebe's sister Ruth's husband, Owen Evans. Family: F7826
 
72 Marriage to Susanna HEALD: (4,5) 26 2nd mo. 1749, Newberry, York Co., PA. (5) Signing under the bridal couple were Christopher HUSSEY, John and Ann DAY, William and John GARRETSON, Robert and Theodate HODGEN, Mary (2 of same name) Garretson and Nathan HUSSEY Jr. Also witnessing were Alexander, Sarah UNDERWOOD; Petter STOUT; Joseph, William, Rebecah Bennett; Patrick, Margaret, Jane CARSON; William, Olwe COX; Archee MACKEY; James, Mary, Sarah MILLS; John WRIGHT; James FRAZOR; John Jr., Joseph DAY, James, Suda HEALD; Susana Jr., Mary HUSSEY; Hannah, Martha FINCHER; Sarah PACKWOOD; Martha GARRETSON. [NOTE: Nathan Jr. and Susanna were about the same age, and it would seem likely that it would be the son marrying Susanna, as stated by source 2, but Nathan HUSSEY Jr. signed the marriage certificate as a guest.] Family: F7341
 
73 Marriage to Susanna HUSSEY: (2) 16 Nov 1754. (4)
Marriage to Mary WEBB: (1) 28 May 1771, Warrington, York Co., PA. (3) 28 5th mo. 1771, Yorktown, York Co., PA. Signing under the bridal couple were Nathan HUSSEY, Ambrose UPDEGRAFF, Jacob UPDEGRAFF, John MORRIS, Milford BIRESCI, Hannah WEBB, Sarah WEBB, Lydia UPDEGRAFF, Mary GARRETSON, Ambrose UPDEGRAFF, Nathan UPDEGRAFF, George HUSSEY, Harman UPDEGRAFF, Joseph GARRETSON, Deborah PHILIPS. Also witnessing were Hannah, George MATTHEWS; John, Sarah REES(E); John JONES; William, Cathrin LEAS; George GATT; Christina GERBER; William, Susanna, Hannah WILLIS; Lydia, Elihu, Caleb KIRK; Hannah KERSEY; Hannah CROOKHAM; Samuel EBY; John BLACKBURN; Rebecca DAY; Margaret UPDEGRAFF; Rebecca WAY. (4) 
Family: F587
 
74 Marriage witnesses: JOHN CLAYTON, William Stanley, Caleb Johnson,Thomas White, James Johnson, Thomas Moore, Sarah Stanley, ElizabethWhite, Hannah BENBOW, Ruth Stanton, Moses Caldwell, Abigail Woody. Family: F1758
 
75 Married at the First Methodist Church by Rev. Dr. Kunkel. Family: F7055
 
76 Married by Elwood Scott, minister Friends Church [notes of Effie Anna Small Winslow - only daughter] Family: F3943
 
77 Married by her father at his home by Rev. David L. Dickey Family: F292
 
78 Married by Rev. A.D. McKay Family: F300
 
79 Mr and Mrs. George Leamy have sent out invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Vera May, to Mr. Norman S. Conard, son of Dr. T. S. Conard (sic T. E. Conard), on June 8, in Grace Methodist Church, Broad and Master streets, at 12 o'clock.
Philadelphia Inquirer, May 30, 1897, pg 6 
Family: F9662
 
80 Nathan Lupton, of the County of Frederick in Virginia, son of John Lupton and Sarah his Wife, deceased, and Margaret Rees, of the County aforesaid in Virginia, daughter of Henry Rees (deceased) and Ann his wife; 12th day of 11th month, 1788; at Center Meeting House.
Witnesses who signed this Marriage Certificate:
John Hodgson
Rachel Hollingsworth
Rachel Raley
John Lupton
John Pickering
Daniel Brown Sr.
Rachel Neill
Ann Lupton
James M'Cormick
Samuel Pickering
Lydia Neill
Joseph Lupton
Samuel Pickering Jr.
Aaron Mercer
Sarah Mercer
Jonathan Lupton
Phebe Pickering
Mahlon Smith
Samuel Lupton
Joshua Lupton
John Hambleton
Isaac Parkins
David Lupton
John Lupton Jr.
Susanna Brown Jr.
Lewis Neill
John Lupton Jr.
Mary Lupton Jr.
Hannah Steer
Joseph Neill
Rachel Lupton
Sarah Lupton
Joseph Steer Jr.
John Neill
William Lupton
Grace Steer Jr.
Isaac Steer
Elis'h M'Cormack
Hannah Lupton
Gidion Rees
Susanna Brown
Mary Parkins
Mary Lupton
Joseph Lupton Jr.
Phebe Brown
Joseph Parkins
Rebeckah Lupton
Elisabeth Lupton
Goldamith Chandlee
Elis. Jolliffe
Jonah Lupton
Lewis Rees
William Horsman
Deberough Hodgson
Bathsheba Lupton
John Brown
William Hodgson
Betty Lupton
Samuel Berry
Rachel Pickering
Rachel Lupton
Isaac Steer
Elissbeth Hodgson
Phebe Steer
James Raley 
Family: F7191
 
81 Newspaper Article, New York Times, Page 17, 14 Aug 1937.
LOUISE BOSWORTH BRIDE

Princeton Girl Wed in California to Laidlaw Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Neil E. Bosworth have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Abbie Louise Bosworth, to Laidlaw Onderdonk Williams, son of Mrs. Jesse Lynch Williams of Carmel, Calif., formerly of Princeton and New York, which took place on July 31 at Carmel.

Mr. Williams is a member of the class of '28 in Princeton University. His father, the late Jesse Lynch Williams, was the author and dramatist whose play, "Why Marry?" won a Pulitzer prize. 
Family: F9110
 
82 Notes for SARAH EVANS: At our Meeting held at Gwynedd the 28th 4th month 1715 - 3rd ly Edward Jones and Sarah Evans declared their intentions of Marriage with each other the first time - he is desired to produce a Certificate of his Clearness and Conversation to make way for his further proceeding at Next Meeting.

At our Meeting held at Gwynedd the 26th 5 month 1715 - 1st Edward Jones and Sarah Evans declared their Intentions of Marriage with each other the Second time his Certificate from Haverford Monthly Meeting being read have a Good account of his Conversation and Clearness from all others also Consent of parents being obtained they are left to their liberty to Consumate their said Intentions. Edward Foulk and John Humphrey are Appointed to See their Marriage Orderly Accomplished.

Edward Jones s/o John Evan dec'd of Radnor m. Sarah Evans d/o Thomas of Gwynedd at Gwynedd mh, 6th mo 25, 1715; Signing under the bride and groom - col. 3: Thomas Evan, Mary Evan his wife, Ann Evan, Robert Evan, Edward Rees, Hugh John, Robert Evan, Owen Evan, Evan Evan, Ruth Jones, Richard Kenderdine, Robert Jones, Thomas Lawrence, Rowland Hugh, Owen Evan, Cadwalader Evan, Wm Hugh, Jno Hugh, Robert John, Thomas Lloyd, Jno William, Thomas Robert. Col 2: Sarah Jones, Mary William, Sarah Owen, Jane Fletcher, Eliza Edward, Rebecka Rees, Jqne Pugh, Catherine Wms, Jane Jones, Jane Evans, Gainor Jones, Susana Richd, Catherine Williams, Gwen Ffoulke, LINE, John Evans, Ellin Evans, William Robert, Ann Roberts, John Jones, Owen Owens, Evan Evans, Lewis Walker, Robt Humphrey, John Wm, John Thomas, Thomas ffoulke, Arthur Jones, John Jones. Col. 1. Griffith Owen, Ellis Pugh, Row. Ellis, Rees Thomas, David Harry, Robt Jones, John Jones, Thomas Lloyd, Row Ellis Jr., Edward Griffith. This is the first certificate in Gwynedd's book.

At our Monthly Meeting held at Gwynedd the 30th 6th month 1715 - 1st Edward Jones and Sarah Jones and Certificates of Marriage being brought and Ordered to be recorded and Account Given that their marriage was orderly accomplished.
Edward Jones was the brother of Evan Jones who married Sarah's sister Lowry. 
Family: F7842
 
83 On the 29th of 8th month, 1821, the much-beloved daughter, Martha, married Joseph Ashby Gillett. This seems a suitable place to give some details of her early life. When quite young she went to several day-schools in Birmingham, but at ten years of age was sent to a boarding school at Leicester, kept by Elizabeth Herrick. Here she remained about five years. Amongst her schoolfellows may be mentioned Rebecca, Hannah, Mary, and Jane Reynolds, Eliza Waterhouse, and some of the Gulsons. After Martha Gibbins left school, she devoted herself until her marriage to her widowed mother, tenderly sharing with her in many anxieties caused by the illness and death of several of her children. After her marriage she resided for about fifteen months at Shipston, where J. A. Gillett acted as agent for Cobb's Bank at Banbury. He was also partner with his father in the plush manufactory. On removing to Banbury he became partner with Joseph Gibbins and Henry Tawney in the Banbury Bank. The following extracts from a journal give evidence of the earnest, loving spirit which pervaded her life from youth to age. Family: F1536
 
84 On the 9th day of the 3d month 1826, I was married in Friends' meeting house in Alexandria, to Elizabeth, daughter of John and Elizabeth Janney. Her parents had been residents of Alexandria, but were both deceased, and she lived with her stepmother Ann Janney. My wife and I were distantly related; our grandfathers being first cousins. We had known and esteemed each other for many years, and our friendship gradually ripened into a warmer and more tender affection, which being sanctioned and confirmed by the holy rite of matrimony, has resulted in a union that I regard as the greatest of all my temporal blessings. In prosperity and adversity she has been a safe counsellor, a sympathizing companion and a helpmeet steadfast in love and devotion. Family: F6550
 
85 p. 268:
Israel JANNEY son of Jacob JANNEY and Hannah his
wife of Loudon Co., Virginia, and Anna PLUMMER
dau of Joseph PLUMMER and Sarah his wife, Frederick
Co., Maryland, 17th day of 8th month, 1780. Witnesses:
Ruth PLUMMER, Mary WRIGHT, Mary (Marcy?) ROBERTS,
Hannah GIBSON, Anthony POULTNEY, William FARQUHAR,
Joseph TALBOTT, William BALENGER, junr., Yate PLUMMER,
Saml. GOVER, Joel WRIGHT, Joseph WRIGHT, Henry ROBERTS,
Samuel PLUMMER, Casandra BALENGER, Abram. PLUMMER,
Ursula PLUMMER, Saml. WATERS, Anna TALBOTT,
Susanna POULTNEY, Mahlon JANNEY, William BALENGER,
Mary BALENGER, Sarah HARRIS, Hannah BALENGER,
Mary POULTNEY, Isaac PLUER, Jacob JANNEY, Joseph PLUMMER,
Hannah JANNEY, Sarah PLUMMER, Rebekah GREGG,
Samuel PLUMMER, Mary PLUMMER, Aquila JANNEY,
Mosses PLUMMER, Aaron PLUMMER, Meream(?) PLUMMER,
Thos. PLUMMER, Ellen PLUMMER, Sarah JANNEY. 
Family: F1930
 
86 p. 268:
Jacob JANNEY son of Jacob JANNEY and Hannah his wife,
Loudon Co.,Virginia, and Sarah HARRIS dau of Moses HARRIS
and Elizabeth his wife, Frederick Co., Maryland, 14th day of 10th
month, 1780. Witnesses: Mary ROBERTS, Hannah GIPSON,
Rachel BALINGER [BALLENGER], Ann BALINGER, Mary RANDAL
[RANDALL], Delilah PLUMMER, Miriam PLUMMER,
Henry ROBERTS, Samuel TALBOTT, Anthony POULTNEY,
Ursula PLUMMER, Aquila JANNEY, Hannah JANNEY, junr.,
Sarah PLUMMER, Samuel WATERS, John TALBOTT,
Mary BALLENGER, Mary POULTNEY, Saml. PLUMMER,
Ruth PLUMMER, Isaac PLUMMER, William BALENGER, junr.,
Jesse PLUMMER, Jacob JANNEY, senr., Hannah JANNEY, senr,
Sarah PLUMMER, senr, Ruth HOLLAND, Thos. PLUMMER,
Joseph PLUMMER, Cassandra BALLENGER, Anna TALBOTT,
Richd. HOLLAND Ellenor PLUMMER, William BALLINGER. 
Family: F2682
 
87 Page 188 Joseph ASKEW Son of William ASKEW of Chechester in
the County of Chester and province of pensilvania and
Rebekah EYRE Daughter of Wm. and Mary EYRE of Bathel in the
County and province aforesd. . . . 27, 2m, 1749 . . . at the
meeting house at Chechester . . .
Franancis REYNOLDS Eliz: HAYS Joseph ASKEW
Wm. TRIMBLE _ Eliza: SALKELD Rebekah ASKEW
Benja. REYNOLDS Mary PARKER Wm. ASKEW
Jos. BOOTH Ann PARKER Wm. EYRE
Wm. PARKER Eliza: BUCKLEY Mary EYRE
John REYNOLDS Sarah HAYS Sarah ASKEW
Robert WILSON Wm. CLAYTON Ann SHAW
Thos. JEFFERIS Nathen YEARNALL Ann PRIE
Adam BUCKLEY Henry REYNOLDS Wm. DAVIS
John LARKIN Wm. FORD Lewis DAVIS
Mary CAYTON Richard PARKER Ann DAVIS
Elizabeth REYNOLDS Samuel SMITH John HAYS
Sarah HOLDON Joh. DAVIS Jur Jane EYRE
Shusanah BROWN Samuel DAVIS Lewis EYRE
Ann TRIMBLE Rees PRICE Marv EYRE
Ester LARKIN Wm. HEWES
Ann SIVEL John BOOTH Mabell ASKEW 
Family: F5805
 
88 Page 192 Nathan MATLOCK Son of Joseph MATLOCK of the
Township of Goshen in the County of Chester and Province of
Pennsylvania and Mary MERCER Daughter of Thomas MERCER of
the Towship of Westtown in the County and province aforesaid
. . . 14, 12m, 1749/50 . . . at their publick Meeting House at
Concord . . .
Peter HATTON Thos. CHEYNEY Nathan MATLOCK
Jo. GIBBONS Thomas TAYLOR Marv MATLOCK
John PEIRCE Wm. TREGO Joseph MATLACK
John TAYLOR Joseph EAVENSON Thomas MERCER
Natha: EAVENSON
Jonathan DAVIS
George SMEDLEY
Samuel UNDERWOOD
Thos. SPEAKMAN
John COOPER
Ann MERCER
Evan DAVIS
Isaiah MATLACK
Wm. PENNELL
Ellis HAINES
Samuel PENNELL
Thos. MERCER Jur Rebekah MATLACK
Mary PEIRCE Esther MATLACK
Jane GIBBONS Robert TAYLOR
Mary PEIRCE Jur Jemima PENNELL
Rebekah MERCER Esther DAVIS
Hannah GIBBONS Phebe HAINES
Patience MERCER Sarah HAINES
Hannah OTLEY Isaac HAINES
Elizabeth SPEAKMAN James PENNELL
Ann CHEYNEY Samuel LEWIS
Rebekah MERCER Jur Daniel MERCER
Rachel DAVIS Robert MERCER 
Family: F8049
 
89 Page 3-3/2 Gabriel NEWBY son of William of Nancemond in Virginia, and
Mary TOMES dau of Francis TOMES of Paquimance in ye County of
Arlbemarle...1, 4m, 1689...Quarterly meeting at Ann NICHOLSON house.
[Column 1] [Column 2 cont.]
Hannah HILL Wm. TURNER
Ann WILSON John KINSEY
Ann NICHOLSON John WHIDBY
Mary CLEARE Saml. CHARLES
Hannah GOSBY [Column 3]
Sarah BELMAN Gabriel NEWBY
Deliverance SUTTEN Mary NEWBY
[Column 2] Francis TOMES
Thos. LEPER William NEWBY
Timothy CLEARE William BUNDY
Eve BELONGEY Robert WILSON
Robert BEASLEY Zachariah NIXON
Robert HARMON James HOGG
Thos. PEIRCE Gearge AMES
Saml. Caleb BUNDY
Caleb CALLOWAY John GOSBEY
Wm. HOGBEN Francis TOMES
=====================================================================
Gwen Boyer Bjorkman, Quaker Marriage Certificates: Perquimans,
Pasquotank, Suttons Creek & Piney Woods Monthly Meetings, North
Carolina, 1677-1800 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1988) 
Family: F2830
 
90 Page 358, Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana, Edited by Willard Heiss, Part Four, Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting, Rush County, Indiana, recorded on 22 August 1849 that Joseph Oliver Andrews of Hancock County, Indiana, son of Joseph and Anna Mariah Andrews, was married at the Walnut Ridge Meeting House, Rush County, Indiana, to Martha Binford of Rush County, Indiana. Family: F4822
 
91 Page 41 Benjamen MENDINHALL, Son of Benjamen MENDINHALL of
Concord in Chester County in the Province of Pensilvania
yeoman and Lydia ROBERTS Daughter to Owen ROBERTS of Gwynedd
In the County of Philadelphia and Province aforesaid,
likewise yeoman . . . 9, 3m, 1717 . . . at the Public meeting
Place at Gwynedd . . .
Thomas EVAN Ellin ROBERTS
John CADWALLADER Lowrey JONES
Edward FOUKE Jane PUGH
Thomas FUNLKE Eliz: ROBERTS
John WILLIAMS Edith DAWS
John EDWARD Eliz: EVENS
Cadder: EVANS Cather: EVANS
John PARRY Cather: WIMS:
Evan EVANS Margt: FOULKE
Hugh FOULKE Margt: ROBERTS
Evan HUGH Alic GRIFFITH
Cadder. FOLKE Ruth EVANS
Humy: JONES Cadder: ROBERTS
John JONES Elis? PUGH
Owen EVANS Tho: PUGH
Jane EVANS Robt. HUGH
Ellin EVANS Tho: ELLIS
Benjamen MENDENHALL Jur
Lvdia MENDENHALL
Benjamen MENDINHALL
Owen ROBERTS
Mary ROBERTS
John MENDINHALL
Joseph MENDINHALL
Moses MENDINHALL
Robert ROBERTS
Hannah ROBERTS
Ellis LEWIS
John PENNELL
Caleb SHARPLES
Griffith ROBERTS
Griffh: GRIFFITH
Hugh GRIFFITH
Job PUGH
John EVANS 
Family: F5360
 
92 Page 410 Isaac Glover GILPIN, of the Boroug of Wilmington,
in the County of Newcastle on Delaware, Son of George
GILPIN, & Ruth his Wife, late of Birmingham Township, in
Delaware County, Deceased, and Hannah DARLINGTON, Daughter
of Thomas DARLINGTON & Hannah his Wife, of East Bradford,
Township, Chester County in Pensylvania . . . 11, 12m, 1794
. . . in a public Meeting . . . at Birmingham, in said County of
Chester . . .
Richard STRODE James PAINTER Isaac G. GILPIN
Sarah STRODE Saml. PAINTER Hannah GILPIN
Saml. PAINTER Jur Cheyney JEFFERIS Thomas DARLINGTON
Martha PAINTER Jane PAINTER Hannah DARLINGTON
Philip PRICE Joshua PEIRCE Gideon GILPIN
Rachel PRICE Lettice DARLINGTON Sarah GILPIN
Mary STRODE John DARLINGTON Abraham DARLINGTON 
Family: F8085
 
93 Page 434 Ennion COOK of the Townshfp of Birmingham, son of
Stephen & Margaret COOK, of the Township of Londongrove, in
the County of Chester, and state of Pennsylvania. And Agnes
GARRETT Daughter of Isaac and Agnes GARRETT, (the former
Deceased) of the Township of Birmingham and County aforesaid
. . . 23, lOm, 1800 . . . in a publIck Meeting . . . at Birmingham
. . . John WILLIAMS Ennfon COOK
Mary STRODE Samuel PAINTER Ames COOK
Rachel PRICE Philip PRICE Jun Stephen COOK
Catharine F WISTAR Abrm, DARLINGTON Margaret COOK
Molly HIBBERD Benjamin HIBBERD Isaac COOK
Ann DAVIS Lydia HIBBERD Sarah COOK
Mary PAINTER Lydia EVANS Stephen COOK Junr
Hannah DARLINGTON Edwd. EVANS Job COOK
John TOWNSEND Deborah DAVIS Hannah COOK
Asa DAVIS Joseph PAINTER Amos GARRETT
Richd. STRODE Elizabeth GARRETT Rachel GARRETT
Edith GARRETT Isaac GARRETT 
Family: F8086
 
94 Page 441 Issachar SCHOLFIELD of the County of Fairfax in
Virginia, son of John SCHOLFIELD and Rachel his wife, (the
former deceased) late of Prince Georges County in Maryland
and Edith MARSHALL, daughter of Thomas MARSHALL and Mary his
wife, (the latter deceased) of Concord Township, in Delaware
County Pennsylvania . . . 6, 5m, 1802 . . . in a public Meeting
. . . at Concord . . .
Saml. TRIMBLE Saml. MARSHALL Issachar SCHOLFIELD
Stephen MENDENHALL Rebecca MARSHALL Edith SCHOLFIELD
Ann TRIMBLE Mich. SPEAKMAN Thomas MARSHALL
Joseph TRIMBLE Phebe SPEAEMAN Margaret MARSHALL
Ann SPEAKMAN Martha PYLE Mahlon SCHOLFIELD
Rebecah SHOLFIELD Sarah HEIRS Jonan: SCHOLFIELD
Thomas MARSHALL Elizabeth YARNAL Gideon GILPIN 
Family: F5482
 
95 Page 5-5/2 Francis TOMES son of Francis of ye place aforesd., and
Margaret LAWRANCE widdow of ye deceased Wm. LAWRANCE of ye Same
place...8, 4m, 1696...at ye house of Margaret LAURANCE...
[Column 1] [Column 2 cont.]
Mary TOMES Richd. DORMAN
Ann WILSON John NICHOLSON
Jane BYAR Saml. NICHOLSON
Eliner BOGUE Timothy CLEARE
Elisabeth NICHOLSON [Column 3]
Elisabeth CALLOWAY Francis TOMES
Rachel WILSON Margaret TOMES
Elisabeth CLARE Francis TOMES
[Column 2] Joshua TOMES
Caleb CALLOWAY Gabriel NEWBY
Willm. MOOR Robert WILSON
John LAURANCE Isaac WILSON
Willm. BUTLER Israel SNELLING
Richd. CHEASTON William BOGUE
====================================
Gwen Boyer Bjorkman, Quaker Marriage Certificates: Perquimans,
Pasquotank, Suttons Creek & Piney Woods Monthly Meetings, North
Carolina, 1677-1800 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1988) 
Family: F2834
 
96 Page 6 Joseph GILPIN of Dorchester in the County of [torn] Oxon? Weaver by trade Son of Thomas GILPIN of Warbor[torn] in the County aforesaid Tallowchandler by trade and of Joan? his wife And Hannah GLOVER of ?hingswell in ye parish of Kingsshare? and County of Southton? Spinster Daughter of the? same place Deseased And of Alice GLOVER his wife him Surviving . . . 23, 12m call'd February, 1691 . . . in their Publick Meeting place at Baghurst & County of Southton?
aforesd . . .
Thomas GILPIN Junr
Isaac GILPIN
Thomas WEST
John WHITE
William LAMBELL
Richard LAMB
John BUY?
Benjamin WHITAKER
William WALTER
Edward ALLAY
Richard HOLLYMAN
William APPLETON
John STEVENS
Thomas THORP?
Thos. DELL Junr
Thomas PRICE
John PALMER
Nichs. GATES Senr
James POTTER
Thomas GILPIN Senior Matthew POTTER Joseph GILPIN
John GIDON?
Mordin: TULL
Thos. ALMAN
John HOSKINS?
Jerom: GODING
Tho: KIRTON
Nath: GODING
Joan GILPIN
Ats. GLOVER
Ann GILPIN
Eliz: KAMBALL
Eliz: CRAFT
Ann WALTER
Mary DELL?
Jane BURGESS
Ann EDWARDS
Eliz: SPARABEL
Mary TITTLEWORTH
Patience HOLLYMAN
Hannah GLOVER
Mary PETERSON
Mary POTTER Junr
Bridget YATES
Sarah POTTER
Jane SMITH
Alice HOSKINS
Bridget GREEN
Jane YATES
Sarah TULL
Katherin KINGM
Mary ALLEN?
Elizabeth WATTS
Jane TULL
Ann TEGE?
Mary HOLLYMAN
Marnerv POTTER 
Family: F625
 
97 Page 91 Mordecia MADDOCK of Springfield in the County of
Chester and Province of Pensilvania and Dorothy ROMAN of
Chichester in the County and Province aforesd. . . . 8,
November, 1733 . .
John CROSBY
John GLEAVE
James TRAGO
George GLEAVE
Ellis PUGH
Samll: OGDEN
Rot: WILLIAMSON
John LEVIS
Rebeckah LINCON
Alice HARVEY
Susanah CROSBY
Agnuss SALKELD
Lowry HAMMANS
Elizabeth DUTTON
Hannah LEVIS
Hannah WILLIAMSON
Mary WOODWARD
. in a publick meeting at Springfield . . .
John BEZER Mordecia MADDOCK
Will: CLAYTON Dorothy S MADDOCK
Will: HAMMANS her mark
Tho: PARSON Henry MADDOCK
Saml: LEVIS Jur John MADDOCK
Jacob HOWELL Benjamen MADDOCK
John DUTTON James MADDOCK
Francis REYLOLDS Elizabeth MADDOCK
Hugh CLIFTON George MARIS Senr
George LOWNS Jane MARIS
Saml: GARRATT Charles GUEST
Bar: COPPOCK George MARIS Jur
Mordecia MASSEY Ann MARIS
Joshua THOMSON Richard MARIS
Edward WHITEKER John SHETCHLEY?
Thomas FELL Sarah SPRAY
Isaac COLLIAR Eliz: CLEAVE 
Family: F8083
 
98 Peter Dicks I«sup» «/sup»was born 18 January 1654 in Occleston«sup» «/sup»near Chester in Cheshire England and died 1704 in Chester, Pennsylvania. His wife Esther Maddock, daughter of Nathan and Alice, was born on the 16«sup»th«/sup» day of the twelfth month 1661 in Cheshire, England died 1709 in Chester Pennsylvania. Peter and Esther married 1 September 1681 at the Frandley Monthly Meeting in Chester, England. In 1684 they arrived in North America on the ship FRIENDSHIP OF LIVERPOOL. Peter was a flax-dresser in Chester, England. Peter and his wife, Esther, settled in Chester Pennsylvania, where he died in 1704. Peter was also an early financial supporter of the Quaker Concord Meeting House.«sup» «/sup»In 1708, his widow married John Mendenhall (born 30 August «sup» «/sup»1659, Mildenhall, Wiltshire, England and died 19 August 1743, New Castle Co. DE) on the 11«sup»th«/sup» day of the 8«sup»th«/sup» month in 1708. Family: F4439
 
99 Probate Court, County of Sargent, Territory of Dakota
Certificate of Marriage filed 25th day of November, 1887 and
recorded in Book A of the Marriage Records of said County on Page 14:

William E. Patterson, resident of Village of Forman, County of Sargent, Territory of Dakota, aged 24 years, by occupationa Deputy Treasurer, and Mabel Mullin, resident of Village of Forman, County of Sargent, Territory of Dakota, aged 19 years, were by me , a duly Ordained Minister residing in the Village of Forman, County of Sargent, Territory of Dakota, duly and legally united in "Bonds of Holy Matrimony" at the residence of S.F. Mullin in the Village of Forman, according to the ordinance of God and the laws of the Territory of Dakota, which Marriage Ceremony was by me solemnized at the place aforesaid on the twenty-seventh day of October, 1887, at 9 o'clock PM in the presence of S. H. Danford, Village of Forman, and F. H. Purdy, Village of Forman.

William Griffith, Ordained Minister, Forman 
Family: F3361
 
100 Records of the Society of Friends of the City of New York and Vicinity, from 1640 to 1800", in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. (New York, New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), Vol. 6, p. 105.
The Twentieth Day of the first mo Called March in the year according to England account one thousand Seven hundred and twenty Seven, Eight - At fflushing - David Humphrey son of Benjamin Humphrys of Merion in ye county of Philadelphia &c and Elizabeth ffoord Daughter of Thomas ffoord of fflushing &c. 
Family: F11624
 

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