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Re: Quaker Questions
Posted by: tammy kuhn (ID *****4969) Date: June 05, 2010 at 17:13:39
In Reply to: Re: Quaker Questions by sandra ferguson of 4754

Thank you for responding!!

In 1725 Moses Embree is listed 5 mo 26 1725 in Abington with a certificate from Little Egg Harbor. Then in Bush River Encycolpedia Of American Quaker Geneology Volume 1 it has his name , his wifes name and thier childrens name which includes Susannahs father Jacob. Next you find the family in Maimi Co Ohio with Susannah marrying Jesse Jones whose parents Wallace Jones who is mentioned in the Centenial of the Quakers & Rachael named in the writings of Luke Smith Mote are buried in the West Branch Quaker cemetary in 1854 & 1828. I can find no mention of Jesse or his wife Susannah in any record accept they were married not in the Quaker religion. The Jones, Patty & Mote families are all buried in the Quaker cemetary of West Branch. I wonder why two people having such strong Quaker ancestry leave the Religion and for what reason? Their son Elam Jones was of the Brethren faith and Susannah was buried in the Fouts Brethern cemetary 1891, but I can't find Jesse's place of death. It is listed in find a grave, but the information is incorrect according to another researcher. I also stated earlier that Wallace married Ruth Pearson, I was wrong his second wife was Ruth Hollingsworth whos family were also Quakers listed in the writings of Luke Smith Mote.

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