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Re: Orange Co. in 1700s-1800s, Quakers
Posted by: Marypat Steiger Date: October 10, 1999 at 19:54:47
In Reply to: Re: Orange Co. in 1700s-1800s, Quakers by Walter Broadwell Jr. of 1319

I am descended from William Courtney, described as "prominent Quaker". He was owner of a tavern (an inn) in Hillsborough, Orange Co., NC. built in 1768 and is now known as "the yellow house". His daughter,
Elizabeth(Betsy) married a James Christmas.
Did the Quakers keep any genealogical records? Marypat

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