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Quaker records in Georgia

Robert Scott Davis

Quaker records in Georgia

Wrightsborough, 1772-1793 : Friendsborough, 1776-1777

by Robert Scott Davis

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Published by Augusta Genealogical Society in Augusta, Ga .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgia,
  • Georgia.
    • Subjects:
    • Quakers -- Georgia -- Genealogy.,
    • Society of Friends -- Georgia -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Georgia.,
    • Georgia -- Genealogy.,
    • Georgia -- Church history -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRobert Scott Davis, Jr., compiler.
      SeriesAncestoring monograph series., no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF295.F89 D38 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 278 p. :
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2742532M
      ISBN 100961347414
      LC Control Number86051184
      OCLC/WorldCa15313532

      The Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy is a six-volume compendium of vital facts relating to some of the Quaker meetings in a few states.. What You Can Find in the Records. Hinshaw’s Encyclopedia does not include images of the meeting minutes. Copyists abridged the relevant details onto cards which were assembled into alphabetical order by surname, within .   William Wade Hinshaw’s Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy consists of six volumes, each dealing with a different region, and is supplemented by Willard Heiss’s Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana in seven parts. Volume I of Hinshaw is the abstract of the early records of North and South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee.

        The following article is excerpted from the Introduction to Ellen and David Berry’s book, Our Quaker Ancestors. For more information about that publication, please CLICK HERE. The Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers, has a rich storehouse of records kept from its beginning in the mids to the present. QUAKER RECORD KEEPING -- For a genealogist, Quaker ancestors are a God-send, because the "Friends" kept careful, detailed records and many of these have been preserved in the colleges and universities they established. They were followers of the "WORD," and literacy was an important link to God.

      Names of Families in McDuffie County Wills, Estates, Church Records, Maps, Residents McDuffie County is the home of the first Quaker settlement in Georgia, called Wrightsboro. However, this region originally fell into Richmond and Columbia Counties and those records should also be researched for quaker ancestors.   Subject: Wrightsboro, GA Residents Date: Wed, 22 Apr , [ From: Bill Denney * # ] --All, Several folks have asked me if their families were in the Wrightsboro, GA Quaker settlement. The book "The Story of Wrightsboro " by Mrs. Pearl Baker of the Wrightsboro Restoration Foundation of Thomson.


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The earliest Quaker settlements were in New England, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. From these states Quakers migrated in the mid- to late- s to Virginia, the Carolinas, and Georgia.

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Quaker Records, Births, Deaths, Marriages. Wrightsboro was located in Columbia (also see Richmond) County, later in McDuffie County, in present-day Thomson, Georgia. Nothing remains of the site. These records were preserved by Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of Quaker Records in the North Carolina volume.

First Baptist Church of Atlanta. A general history of McDuffie Co, GA including bios Quaker records in Georgia book prominent citizens, some cemetery records, marriage records and will abstracts.

M15 "Quaker Records in Georgia: WrightsboroughFriendsborough " Robert Scott Davis Jr, Wolf Publishing, Contains letters, minutes of the Quaker meetings and birth and death records.

M   Robert Scott Davis, Quaker Records in Georgia: WrightsboroughFriendsborough (Augusta, Ga.: Augusta Genealogical Society, ). Cite This Article. Davis, Robert S. "Wrightsborough." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 04 March Courtesy of Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

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Some register books were created long after the births took place. This may have happened because the old book was lost, or, in the case of the Separation ofwhen Quakers split into two factions and one kept the books, while the other had to start over from memory. Search Quaker Meeting Records (Choose Birth under Event Type on the search.

Get this from a library. Quaker records in Georgia: Wrightsborough, Friendsborough, [Robert Scott Davis]. Records custodians. The Library at Friends House can provide professional advice and guidance on the creation, custody and use of Quaker records. Below are guides that provide information on the role of records custodian, the retention and disposal of records, and depositing records with appropriate repositories, among other topics.

A list of all the Friends Meetings that exist or ever have existed in Indiana, Indianapolis: Indiana Quaker Records, Chappaqua Monthly Meeting, Westchester County, New York: Quaker Records The Burlington court book: a record of Quaker jurisprudence in West New Jersey, New Georgia Encyclopedia.

Quakers in. North Carolina Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends started around in northeastern North Carolina, and included monthly meetings (churches) in North and South Carolina, parts of Virginia, Georgia, and Tennessee in the nineteenth century.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Quaker records in Georgia by Robert Scott Davis,Augusta Genealogical Society edition, in EnglishPages: Quaker Records in Georgia Wrightsborough, Friendsborough, Davis, Robert Scott.

Book - Joy Cottage at Wesley Oak United Methodist Church - Mechanics Ave, Savannah, GA (United States). Posts about Wrightsboro Quakers written by Brian Brown. Also known as the Old Rock House, this treasure, built by Thomas Ansley () in the Quaker-settled Wrightsboro(ugh) Township, is the oldest stone house in Georgia and among.

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The existing records of Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting used in the proportion of the following abstract, consist of a book of birth and death records, and a book of minutes, to The minutes from to the closing of the meeting, abouthave been lost.Navigating this web site: Entries are not in alphabetical order but instead age order.

New entries are added to the bottom of each section. Use the search function of your browser to locate entries. Explore Friends Journal, the magazine dedicated to communicating Quaker experience in order to connect and deepen spiritual lives.

Watch short videos about Friends at QuakerSpeak.The Hopewell records that are still extant have been published in a book: Hopewell Friends History,Frederick County, Virginia" Records of Hopewell Monthly Meetings and Meetings Reporting to Hopewell, Two Hundred Years of History and Genealogy, Volume 1, by John Walter Wayland, - History - pages.

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