Oh, by the way Gary, I got "sidetracked" going down "memory lane" and forgot <grin> to mention that I checked both Carroll's "Quakerism on the Eastern Shore" and the first 3 volumes of Wright's "Vital Records of the Eastern Shore," both of which have some abstracts of Third Haven Meeting records and I saw no reference in the indexes to a DANIEL RATCLIFF. (I checked all the "usual" spellings of "Rad's," & "Rat's" and also the rarer "Wrackliff" spelling.) Volumes one thru three of "Vital Records..." cover the period from 1648 to 1775.
Also, Carroll covers records from other Eastern Shore Quaker meeting houses and Wright I believe covers all of the extant Records from the Church of England Parishes and in Volume two I believe it also begins coverage of Cecil Meeting House as well as continuing Third Haven; and the index is for all of the above.
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