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Re: Qauaker Meeting House, Bucks County
Posted by: Susan W. Lovett Date: April 08, 2000 at 12:03:25
In Reply to: Re: Qauaker Meeting House, Bucks County by Jeff of 2282

Jeff, I was researching the LOVETT family. They were Quakers and came to Bucks Co., Pa from Burlington Co., N. J. I wrote off and got a copy of (just the Lovetts) from the ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN QUAKER GENEALOGY BY William Wade Hinshaw with Thomas Worth Marshall as compilers. These were records and minutes of four of the oldest monthly meetings known to be in exidtence which ever belonged to the Philadelphia yearly meeting of friends. Names of Monthly Meeting (in this book) and dates of organizations: 1. Salem Monthly Meeting (N.J), 1676 1. Burlington Monthly Meeting (N.J.), 1678, 3. Philadelphia Monthly Meeting (PA), 1682, and 4. Falls Monthly Meeting (PA), 1683) There are no addresses. You might be able to find this book in a large library, especially a Genealogical Library. The only names I see, besides the Lovetts are Kerlin, King, Kinsey, Kirkbride, Lambert, Lancaster, Lane, Large, Lawrie, Leaven, Leeds, Letchworth, Lewis, Lippincott, McVaugh, Mayberry, Marsh, Longstreth, Lord, Lofton, Love, Lucas, Lukens, Lundy, McCarty, McClean, McClintock, McClutche, McDormick, McGinnis, McNickolls, McPhillen, McVaugh and Malmsbury.


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