Alexander – SF: 1869-84 Men’s & women’s minutes 1824-1849. Daniel – HP: 1925 1 vol. Burnside – DR: 1792 Sledge – SF: 1854-85 Siler – C: 1833-79 I buried my husband two years ago in this cemetery where he joined his Swift ancestors. Diggs – DR: 1799 Hart – NG: 1779-1809 Adamson – C: 1829, DR: 1785-95, Sisney – NG: 1766 The last name Quaker is most frequently used in The United States, where it is borne by 116 people, or 1 in 3,124,525. I must say some first names of Quaker women are quite unique like Hepzibah, one of my husband’s great, great aunt I believe has this name. friends, I have given you the date range from the first to the last entries in the meeting minutes, but that date range may not indicate how long the family belonged to the meeting. People Projects Discussions Surnames share. You were to marry another Quaker, which meant that over the generations, there were common names. Wright – NG: 1765-1822, DR: 1778-1862, SF: 1792-1867, HW: 1826, HP: 1901-26 Tuscarora remained in North Carolina and had Indian families … The views expressed in this video are of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Friends Journal or its collaborators. Is someone with a historic Quaker name or background a better person, with better values than a New Quaker, or a loving Jew or a Muslim? Rambo – NG: 1789 Gray – NG: 1805-55, DR: 1796-1851, D: 1846-73 Potts – GB: 1897-98, HP: 1892-1911 Required fields are marked *. Haydock – NG: 1754-1817 Trueblood – NG: 1808-70, DR: 1825-70 Bunting – GB: 1904-13 Modlin – SF: 1864-83 “I’m right” means we’re valued (good). Parham – SF: 1828 Quakers in North Carolina. Wharton – GB: 1911 Burtner – GB: 1921 Pennington – NG: 1756-71, DR: 1800-02 Mungo – HP: 1921 Slocum – NG: 1837-38 Watson – D: 1863, HP: 1916 I suppose maybe old Quaker names? BMD records. Wooters – GB: 1912-15 Clifton – GB: 1900 Does this video on ‘Common Quaker Names’ promote the inclusion and diversity we’re striving for? Please take a few minutes to read the following notes! Barroughs – NG: 1766 Janice McAlpine 2/11/09. Clinard – HP: 1923 Hollingsworth – NG: 1770-1840, DR: 1800-07, D: 1819-38 Mason – GB: 1926 Kearns – GB: 1922-24, HP: 1905-25 Some more common like Hunt or Cox. Nicholson – C: 1777-84, GB: 1905-25 As part of the team that publishes QuakerSpeak, I want to thank all of you who have commented. Cheak/Cheek – NG: 1784 Workman – HP: 1921 Brittain/Britton (see also Bratton) – NG: 1755-1854, SF: 1796-1807, HW: 1827-31 Barbee – HP: 1925 Chew – NG: 1814 Some months later, George Fox himself traveled to Perquimans and found the new Quaker community finely settled. That said, “Faith in Action” is a core part of the Quaker tradition. Hale – NG: 1821, SF: 1807-77, HW: 1825 My main goal for preparing this page was to help people discover that they may have Quaker roots, and realize that they need to look at Quaker records to see if that is indeed the case. Fascinating! Lundy – DR: 1785-1805 Capps – NG: 1876 But for whatever reason, I chose to speak out about ethnocentricity. I don’t think that it makes us more or less Quaker than someone else, but I think that it can be really cool to think about your family as being part of the same tradition that you are. North – DR: 1792-99 Capeheart – NG: 1872 Slavery was legally practiced in the Province of North Carolina and the state of North Carolina until January 1, 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation.Prior to statehood, there were 41,000 enslaved African-Americans in the Province of North Carolina in 1767. Guthrie – GB: 1893-1924 There are many ways that Friends manifest their faith in the world. That community soon became known as Snow Camp. Lovet/Lovett – NG: 1799-1801 Demoss – NG: 1776 Manlove – DR: 1787-1830 Eg. There were 11 last names reported by more than one million individuals: Smith, Johnson, Williams, Brown, Jones, Garcia, Miller, Davis, Rodriguez, Martinez, and Hernandez. Signing the marriage record of Quakers by Quakers could mean imprissonment if in Massachusetts. ), HP: 1903-05, Hough/Huff – NG: 1770-86, DR: 1781-1808, HP: 1900, Hubbard – NG: 1811-65, DR: 1779-1845, HW: 1835-45, Hunt – NG: 1752-1876, C: 1789-1818, DR: 1780-1828, SF: 1791-1870, D: 1819-53, HW: 1824-45, Hussey – NG: 1772-1852, DR: 1811-40, HP: 1917, Hutchings/Hutchens/Hutchins – DR: 1784-94, HP: 1901, Jackson – NG: 1773-1813, C: 1793, DR: 1808-39, SF: 1833-76, GB: 1909-29, Jenkins – NG: 1759-1809, C: 1795-1832, SF: 1822-28, GB: 1923, Jennett/Jinnett – C: 1872-85, SF: 1885, GB: 1922-23, HP: 1892-1912, Jessop – NG: 1766-1864, DR: 1807-67, SF: 1818-82, D: 1818-34, HW: 1825-44, HP: 1894, Johnson – NG: 1748-1840, C: 1844-48, DR: 1780-1855, SF: 1793-1885, HW: 1845, GB: 1921-27, HP: 1902-29, Jones – NG: 1762-1886, DR: 1780-1884, SF: 1795-1886, D: 1829, GB: 1892-1930, HP: 1895-1912, Kellum – NG: 1792-1852, SF: 1794-1819, HW: 1825-38, Kendal/Kendall – NG: 1763-85, C: 1787, DR: 1781-1841, SF: 1798-1858, Kersey – NG: 1758-1800, C: 1786-1808, DR: 1778-1867, SF: 1794-1883, HP: 1927, Kester – NG: 1802, DR: 1785-1813, SF: 1797-1847, D: 1824, GB: 1908, King – NG: 1779-1881, C: 1879-82, SF: 1881-82, GB: 1892-1909, HP: 1902-29, Kirkman – NG: 1871-73, C: 1845-79, DR: 1879-81, GB: 1891-1921, Knight – NG: 1768-1876, C: 1885, DR: 1799-1834, D: 1816-40, GB: 1924-25, HP: 1902-19, Lamb – NG: 1757-78, C: 1777-1886, DR: 1798-1868, Lee – NG: 1801, C: 1831-82, DR: 1874-91, SF: 1866-67, GB: 1904-17, HP: 1907-24, Leech/Letch/Leach – NG: 1776, DR: 1785-91, SF: 1791-1821, Leonard – NG: 1795-1806, C: 1783-1879, DR: 1863, SF: 1851-85, GB: 1891-1922, Lewis – NG: 1768-91, DR: 1762-98, SF: 1867-69, GB: 1904-21, HP: 1908-21, Lindley – NG: 1852-79, C: 1867-88, GB: 1905-12, Louder/Lowder – NG: 1780-82, C: 1782, SF: 1813-14, Low/Lowe – NG: 1809, C: 1877-78, SF: 1798-1874, GB: 1925, HP: 1910-24, McCain/McCane/McCoin – NG: 1876, DR: 1804-05, D: 1862-64, McPherson – DR: 1780-1815, D: 1836-37, HP: 1905-14, Macy – NG: 1763-1871, C: 1776-1879, DR: 1780-1813, HW: 1826-37, HP: 1903, Marany/Marony – DR: 1784-1811, D: 1853-56, Maris – NG: 1766-1843, C: 1811, DR: 1817-75, Marshall – NG: 1775-1852, C: 1777-1804, DR: 1779-95, SF: 1847-76, GB: 1920-26, HP: 1914, Martin – DR: 1779-1817, GB: 1901, HP: 1902-27, Matthews – NG: 1759-1888, DR: 1890, SF: 1872-82, GB: 1895-1916, Meador/Meader – NG: 1871-82, SF: 1882, HP: 1899, Mendenhall – NG: 1758-1857, C: 1776-1837, DR: 1780-1897, SF: 1790-1884, D: 1821-22, HW: 1824-46, GB: 1892-1926, HP: 1904-29, Meredith/Meridith – NG: 1798-1885, DR: 1796-1881, SF: 1858-64, D: 1815-39, HW: 1825-44, GB: 1891, HP: 1892-1905, Middleton – NG: 1818-20, DR: 1783-1801, HW: 1826, Millikan – NG: 1759-1807, C: 1775-1788, SF: 1793-1886, HP: 1908-21, Mills – NG: 1754-1815, C: 1782-1826, DR: 1779-1871, GB: 1912-20, Moffitt – C: 1797, SF: 1799-1885, HP: 1913, Moore – NG: 1778-1888, DR: 1807-84, SF: 1807-84, D: 1827-41, GB: 1893-1926, HP: 1896-1919, Morgan – NG: 1760-98, DR: 1787-1852, HP: 1913-22, Morris – NG: 1838-88, DR: 1801-11, SF: 1808-17, Murphy – C: 1869-79, DR: 1783, HP: 1905-06, Murrow/Morrow – NG: 1832-37, C: 1846-78, DR: 1830, D: 1831-38, Newby – NG: 1789-1825, C: 1766-90, SF: 1805-24, Newlin – NG: 1873-77, C: 1804-09, GB: 1923, HP: 1915-23, Newman – NG: 1799-1817, C: 1824-32, DR: 1794-1803, SF: 1831, Nixon – NG: 1818-40, C: 1787-89, DR: 1790-1875, SF: 1793-1845, GB: 1899-1910, HP: 1904-05, Noradyke/Nordyke – NG: 1833, DR: 1783-1816, Norton – NG: 1764-70, C: 1777-82, D: 1834, Osborn/Osborne – NG: 1755-1859, C: 1776-1883, DR: 1793-1867, SF: 1811-56, D: 1863-64, GB: 1894-1923, HP: 1925-27, Overman – NG: 1777-78, C: 1785, DR: 1782-1829, SF: 1815-21, Owen/Owens – NG: 1816-52, SF: 18(? , period i hope this sheds some light on why we decided to make this video off putting or.. 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