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Re: Isaac Parkins, Winchester VA
Posted by: Bette Twyman Date: January 20, 2001 at 13:56:32
In Reply to: Isaac Parkins, Winchester VA by doug hollingsworth of 274

Hi--Have you read "The Hopewell Friends' History"? This is a very accurate chronicle of the early Quaker settlers in Frederick County, Virginia. The Hollingsworth Family also built a limestone farmhouse, Abram's delight (Abram Hollingsworth was married to Rachel Parkins, daughter of "my" Isaac). Abram's Delight is a small house museum open to the public. Please email me with more specific questions; I would be glad to do a lookup in the Hopewell book, which I have a copy of. Bette


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