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Re: WRIGHT'S: ??>PA>VA>NC 1723-present
Posted by: Julie Rogers Date: February 10, 2000 at 09:17:30
In Reply to: WRIGHT'S: ??>PA>VA>NC 1723-present by Melanie Wright-Ladd of 873

"Disowned" may have meant in the eyes of the Quaker faith that Isaac had married outside his religion. I believe I have see the name "Wright" classified as being Quaker in my own research on my family "Browns" of Upper Dublin, Philadelphia, PA in the 1700's. Most likely Rogers was a Presbyterian.

Hope this helps.
Julie Rogers


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