I just can't imagine how this could be, can you? After all,
one of the major impediment to a Quaker marriage was that the
intended spouse was a non-member. It had nothing to do with the 'goodness', etc of the non-member...it was just one of the tenants of the faith...how could they 'get around' this, I wonder.
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