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Re: Quaker Questions
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: June 06, 2010 at 11:05:39
In Reply to: Re: Quaker Questions by tammy kuhn of 4759

I'm going to give you such a pinch if you don't watch yourself...lol. Seriously, though, it's hard enough to find folks when you have the RIGHT names...remember, all these folks are total strangers to me, so it's hard to 'keep score' without a correct score card.

The following are from the HOPEWELL FRIENDS HISTORY 1734-1934;
James Ballinger and Lydia Taylor were married 5m, 3d, 1762.

James Balenger was born 7m, 28d, 1735, the son of Josiah and Mary Balenger. Josiah d 9m 1748, and Mary 10m, 21 d 1800.,,,his siblings were Josiah b 1728 and Sarah b 1735

2m 6, 1764, Josiah and James Ballinger were disowned for killing a mare belonging to Richard Volvirt, and concealing it.





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