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Re: Midway or Medway Church-1700's-was it a Quaker Church?
Posted by: Grace O'Brien (ID *****8697) Date: October 06, 2011 at 23:41:38
In Reply to: Midway or Medway Church-1700's-was it a Quaker Church? by ross smith of 410

It was the Midway Congregational Church and was a Congregational Church. The members of the group descended from the Puritans who came to Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1627. They left there, went to Connecticut, thence in 1695 to Dorcester, South Carolina and in 1752 to Sunbury, Liberty County, Georgia. They were NOT Quakers and were only to ready to fight in the Revolutionary War.


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