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Re: Quaker emigration from Yorkshire, England
Posted by: Nancy Misenheimer (ID *****7946) Date: August 27, 2009 at 13:48:55
In Reply to: Re: Quaker emigration from Yorkshire, England by sandra ferguson of 4759

Sandra, I meant to tell you that many of the Parkers in my ydna Family Group #1 were Quakers and were in the Northampton county North Carolina meeting house. Some moved west but I am concerned with this John H. Parker who may have been born about 1692. If he was born then, he was very young on this trip to America so the question was did he come with other Quaker families from the N.Yorkshire area in 1700?
The Thomas Parker who married Christian Boddye in my other post was "of Cambridge". I could not find Fryerning where Marie Boddye was buried and so could not figure out if that is anywhere close to Kirby Hill, Langthorpe, Ripon etc.
I appreciate all your help.


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