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Re: Quakers
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: August 08, 2011 at 16:05:35
In Reply to: Quakers by Mary Grether of 4759

You MUST give some sort of dates if you wish people to help out...how are we to know where to look if we don't know when folks lived....1650? 1778? when?
Where did you find the information that these men named Way died at sea? How do you know they were Quakers? The answers to these questions are pretty necessary for people to have, to know how much credence to the data, and where to look next. You say you don't know anything about these folks before being drown, but in the first sentence you say
they were from Nantucket and went to NC....where did this info come from? If from Nantucket, I'd think that would be a logical place to look for info on them, but your query is confusing. Many are glad to use their resources to help others, but we must have "straw to make bricks"!


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