Mary Crauderueff: There are so many values to knowing your Quaker ancestry. Cecil – SF: 1861, GB: 1917, HP: 1896-1929 Wyrick – NG: 1887, Yates/Yeats – GB: 1901-10 Related Pages Irish Church Records - overview and main menu. I was raised as a Friend but through convincment not blood or so I thought. Rush – HP: 1924 D = Dover, HW = Hopewell, GB = Greensboro, HP = High Point, Abbiata – GB: 1918-20 Pearce (see also Pierce) – DR: 1810-17, SF: 1882, HP: 1913 Nelson – NG: 1819, D: 1817-19, GB: 1917 Log In. Moreman – DR: 1789-1800 Established as MM 1891. Simpson – DR: 1859 Bell – DR: 1781-85, SF: 1809-17, GB: 1903-10 Sherrill – HP: 1904 Register – GB: 1921-24 Underhill – DR: 1783-84, SF: 1792-1809 They helped build a very old meeting house that is still used on LI. Guyer – DR: 1808-80 Ray – NG: 1774-88, SF: 1868-83, HP: 1928 Couch – NG: 1818-86, DR: 1806-86 Allred – GB: 1905-26 This did leave the remaining Quakers in dire shape and left the South as the backwater of our nation for 100 years. Church – HP: 1921 Brackett – HP: 1922-23 Holmes – SF: 1883, GB: 1901 Bond – NG: 1759-75, C: 1778, DR: 1781-1810, SF: 1799-1832 Meanwhile another Quaker… I appreciate this Q.GroupSpeak as always. Thatcher – NG: 1765-74 Freeman – SF: 1879 Baker – HP: 1925 Curl – NG: 1809, GB: 1926 Click on the 'Ancestry' tab for a guide to finding original sources. Briles – HP: 1919 Taken from Hinshaw’s “Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy,” Volume I. Furnas – GB: 1924 He was a shoemaker by trade, but left his local Quaker community when he married a non-Quaker. Some of these Quakers liv-ing near Hillsboro, North Carolina, became exasperated by the unfair treatment they were receiving at the hands of North Carolina Brit- ish Governor William Tyron. Miles – NG: 1809-12 So many of the Old Quaker names being discussed were brave and risked their own life by their testimony. Hartgrove – NG: 1772-1807 Sewel/Sewell – C: 1832, SF: 1807-32 It is also the 1,637,381 st most frequently used forename globally. Shaw – NG: 1798-1815, DR: 1809-16, D: 1815-56, GB: 1911-24, HP: 1913-27 Meeting/Organization Name . If you’re a Winslow in North Carolina, you know you’re probably from Perquimans and Pasquotank counties. Coggeshall/Coggshall – NG: 1777-1817, DR: 1784-1825, D: 1822-23 8 and counting. Be aware that some entries were “retrospective,” and were due to the clerk recording prior events in other locations when a family joined the meeting. Worth – NG: 1771-1886, C: 1776-1884, DR: 1780-1840, SF: 1866-82, D: 1837-68, GB: 1893-1915, HP: 1892-1923 And his grandfather and father’s first names is Willard Everett, uncommon names. Marshall – NG: 1775-1852, C: 1777-1804, DR: 1779-95, SF: 1847-76, GB: 1920-26, HP: 1914 Shugart – C: 1824, DR: 1790-92 Medlin – HP: 1913-20 Haverford College, Haverford, Indiana. Pierce (see also Pearce) – NG: 1775-1835, GB: 1909-10 Thomas Hamm: When you’re thinking of common Quaker names, you have to think in terms of geography. Harmon/Harman – SF: 1864-83, HP: 1902-16 Quakers in North Carolina. Mellichamp – HP: 1908 The insight that only 20% of our membership are “generational Quakers” is actually a comfort, indicating a living interest, not just an ethnic affiliation. Singletary – GB: 1910 Snipes – DR: 1887 When this happens all understanding and learning stops because we don’t listen to and respect, the now, other. She was one of 12 Lang children from Martin’s Corner, PA. Campbell – NG: 1809-14, C: 1831-44 Home > Forum > Surnames > Boggs. Cox – NG: 1752-1885, C: 1781-1890, DR: 1867-83, SF: 1811-85, HW: 1830, GB: 1900-27, HP: 1897-1929 Albright – GB: 1920 Herbert – NG: 1809-1817, SF: 1822-38 Max Carter: For much of our history, Quakers were “endogamous” the sociological term for “marrying in”. That does not mean that the family lived in the same county where the MM was located. For example, plain dress. McCool – NG: 1812 Shepherd/Sheppard – NG: 1768, C: 1850-85, HP: 1901 People Projects Discussions Surnames share. Evans - Evans, Homer W. Evanses, Our Story: Descendants of Robert Evans ( -1758) of Perquimans County, North Carolina, Including the Testimony of the Author, Homer W. Evans, a High Priest. As part of the team that publishes QuakerSpeak, I want to thank all of you who have commented. Rambo – NG: 1789 Otwell – GB: 1920-22 Thornlow – GB: 1913-27 Bunden – NG: 1817-18 It had always seemed to me an unlikely name for a company devoted to a frozen product — and now finally a little piece of the past made some sense here in the present — it was a Quaker name! 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? Beckerdite – HP: 1904 Pegram – NG: 1887, GB: 1896-1924, HP: 1925-28 Clegg – HP: 1918 Vansel/Vancil – SF: 1832-40 McMun – NG: 1809 Arnold – SF: 1793-1886 Petty – C: 1830-39, SF: 1864-84, GB: 1892-1922 Many years ago, I finished Friends for 300 Years with a deep sense of recognition; the values were my values, though I had not connected them with my Quaker grandparents, who by the time I knew them were practicing other religions, or none. Grigg – NG: 1777 Wales – DR: 1805 Phillip/Phillips – DR: 1797-1808, GB: 1903-12, HP: 1905-09 Levi Coffin and Quaker Emigration. Be aware that it would be exceptional for a birth or death to occur at the MM location itself, although a marriage may occur there. To Carolina Family Roots. Hart – NG: 1779-1809 Pemberton – GB: 1923-27 The reason our team chose to do two videos on this topic (this is the second) is that genealogy research actually draws a huge amount of curiosity about Quakers. historians of North Carolina Quaker history have overgeneralized that North Carolina Quakers from all North Carolina regions migrated for the same reasons, especially, they argued, to become rid of the institution of slavery. Benbow – NG: 1778-1878, C: 1781-1825, DR: 1812-80, D: 1833-69, HW: 1824-47, GB: 1907-27 Haydock – NG: 1754-1817 McClung – GB: 1924 Diggs – DR: 1799 Holloway – NG: 1844-49 Your email address will not be published. Modlin – SF: 1864-83 Dunkin – NG: 1813-18 Kirkpatrick – SF: 1864-68 McCulloch – C: 1837 Ask a docent or archivist to retrieve Quaker Ref and Quaker Rare call numbers, including published family histories and North Carolina genealogical journals. June to Sept, Sunday 2-6pm. Phipps – GB: 1920 I have Cox, Heath, and Bowne ancestors. Malcolm – GB: 1894-1917 Bowman – NG: 1800-73, DR: 1817-20, D: 1817-77 Sechrest – SF: 1886, D: 1871-76 Woodward – NG: 1765, C: 1784-88 White – NG: 1771-1885, C: 1778-1888, DR: 1828-90, SF: 1803-85, HW: 1824-46, GB: 1892-1930, HP: 1899-1929 Ellison/Ellisson – NG: 1789, DR: 1800, GB: 1893-95, HP: 1903-13 Bool – DR: 1805 Norton – NG: 1764-70, C: 1777-82, D: 1834 Theobold – GB: 1927-29 Breeding – DR: 1794-97 Skean – HP: 1925 (If this, or any other single video topic is not for you, that’s ok!) Cornel/Cornell – NG: 1837-40 Hogue – NG: 1816-86 Bittick – DR: 1786 Capps – NG: 1876 Sledge – SF: 1854-85 The low cost of land in America and increasing persecution in England contributed to many Friends acting on Fox's suggestion. Peel/Peele – NG: 1795-1881, DR: 1801, SF: 1870-74, GB: 1899-1903, HP: 1921 Burcham – NG: 1783-1843, DR: 1812-23, HW: 1826-27 And … Branson – NG: 1779-1856, C: 1782-1886, DR: 1825 What do you think were the advantages and disadvantages of requiring Quakers to “marry in?”, © 2020 Friends Publishing Corporation. Hayworth/Haworth – NG: 1763-94, DR: 1780-1869, SF: 1790-1885, HP: 1899-1929 On the contrary, it’s interesting to learn about the historic footprint of early Quakers who had a distinct religion and culture. Younts/Yonce – SF: 1880, GB: 1920-27 Belton – GB: 1914-22 Dendinger – GB: 1920 Vuncannon – GB: 1924, Waid/Wade – NG: 1824, DR: 1825-30 What was the point of this piece? Hinton – GB: 1893-1920 Email: Password: Don't know your password? My Great Grandmother was a Quaker until she had to move to Ohio to live with her son. 2 Comments Quakers have called North Carolina home since the late 1600’s. Sometimes there are gaps of years or even decades … Howell – NG: 1774-85, DR: 1780-1854 1955. Haisley/Hasley – DR: 1785-1816, SF: 1804-14 There’s a Cox, there’s a Sharpless, there’s a Cadwallader, there’s a Strawbridge or a Clothier in there, and they wonder: “Could I possibly be related to these peculiar people called Quakers?” And it’s easy to find out. Giles – SF: 1883, HP: 1918 Myers – HP: 1906-08 Hancock – NG: 1765-94 They are all common historic Quaker names, remnants of a time when Quakers “married in” and families stayed Quaker for generations. The knowing Folger lazy, Benceni – SF: 1877 Anscombe – GB: 1918 Underwood – NG: 1783 File – HP: 1905-17 Home > Forum > Surnames > Boggs. Paston – HP: 1920-29 I thought these were prominent names but maybe only to me. Willits/Willitts – NG: 1827-28, DR: 1786-1817, GB: 1919-22 Bowen – GB: 1919-26 Lowman – HP: 1904-10 Whitney – C: 1777-1874 Learn how to research the “Friends” records for your family history. Bruce – DR: 1822-37 Nearly 16 million … Harrell - Smith, Hosea. Sillman – HP: 1893 BMD. Sometimes there are gaps of years or even decades between entries. Cooper – GB: 1927 Angel/Angell – NG: 1766, SF: 1877, HP: 1905 In my experience, almost none of the people who visit a Quaker meeting because their ancestor was a Friend come back. "The Quaker" Birthdate: April 14, 1715: Birthplace: New Castle County, Lower Counties on the Delaware: Death: August 29, 1802 (87) Cane Creek Friends Meeting, Snow Camp, Orange County, North Carolina, United States (around 1716 travelled the Quaker Trail to Cane Creek) Place of Burial: Bartram – GB: 1927 Rice – NG: 1873-78 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 Follow the link below for a list of some of the ways that happens. This one does little to express or show Quaker values. I think Ray Regan is right on. Dobbins – DR: 1788 I agree with you about Elizabeth b. Symons – C: 1804-09, SF: 1809-70 I loved hearing the surnames of Jones, Knight, and Hicks as those are names from my mother’s side. Harlan/Harlin – C: 1810-20, DR: 1788, SF: 1794-1839 Peoples – GB: 1895 Macy – NG: 1763-1871, C: 1776-1879, DR: 1780-1813, HW: 1826-37, HP: 1903 There was a sizeable Richardson presence in North and South Carolina during the 18th and 19th centuries, and in Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas. Find Resources. Carter – NG: 1812-64, C: 1788-1848, DR: 1815-1891, SF: 1797-1868, HP: 1922 Willcut/Wilcut/Wilcutts – NG: 1797, DR: 1797-98 Men’s & women’s minutes 1892-1929. Riddick (see also Ruddick) – HP: 1906-13 Chapman – NG: 1783 Years later My mother told me that we were related to Elizabeth Fry through the Hill and Perkins side of her English family. Mickles/Mikels/Mikles – HP: 1904-29 BMD records. Witty – NG: 1793-1806 BMD records. Wilkerson – GB: 1901 As early as 1680, monthly meetings were established around the Albemarle Sound. It is borne by 39 people. In 1711, one of the twelve members of the Annual Meeting, Emanual Lowe, son-in-law of former governor Archdale, was not allowed to take part … Sprewell – NG: 1840 Self-described as ‘‘children of light,’’ the Friends eschewed both creed and ritual to live a sacramental life that followed the leading of the … Keys – DR: 1788 Lineberry – C: 1848-74 Wright – NG: 1765-1822, DR: 1778-1862, SF: 1792-1867, HW: 1826, HP: 1901-26 Jacobs – GB: 1918 Although the Annual Meeting was held at various locations, mostly in Perquimans County, North – DR: 1792-99 Ross – GB: 1912-25 Chew – NG: 1814 Quaker Family Surnames in Monthly Meeting Minutes in the Guilford Area Ridge – HP: 1917-29 On Long Island, I would guess that about half of all Quaker families before 1800 were connected with the Hicks, the Seaman, the Titus or the Bowen families. Rubel – SF: 1796 In fact, John Archdale, a Quaker, was once governor. Fascinating…Our maternal ancestors derived from the Nantucket Coffins who were all Quakers. Chadwick – NG: 1820-22, DR: 1821-66 Sweet – NG: 1772-1818, DR: 1787-1815, SF: 1790-93 Coats – NG: 1761-1809 Eg. Quaker Families of South Carolina and Georgia By William F. Medlin The purpose of this book is to identify the Quaker families that lived in South Carolina and Georgia between 1666 and 1900, to tell something about how they lived and how they were different from their non-Quaker neighbors, and to provide some basic genealogical data on them. Anthony – NG: 1797, C: 1776-1878 Ledbetter – DR: 1822-90, GB: 1891-1925 Lots of Quakers were displaced/disowned because of our wars…refusing to fight on either side. Robinson – NG: 1757-1796, DR: 1868-76, HP: 1925 Pegg – NG: 1820-21, DR: 1805-24 Men’s & women’s minutes 1891-1927. My husband’s family is from New England MA, his ancestors home in West Falmouth. Redding – HP: 1902-1925 Hobbs – NG: 1839-82, C: 1785-90, DR: 1880-82, SF: 1810, GB: 1917-23 Snider – SF: 1874-82, HP: 1905-07 Vestal – NG: 1755-1805, C: 1821-40, DR: 1788-1884, SF: 1824-66, HW: 1831-32, HP: 1906-22 The Mitchells good, the Barkers proud, “ And the Friends Society was unique in history. Glasscoe (Glasgow?) I don’t get from the video a feeling that these folks were promoting exclusiveness or superiority! Stack – D: 1863-72, GB: 1893 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. Raper – HP: 1921-27 Blake – NG: 1857 Neely – DR: 1873 Not all American Quaker records are online. Weisner – NG: 1774-1819, DR: 1783-1815 McNeal – GB: 1923 Turner – NG: 1765-90, DR: 1785, SF: 1790-1880, GB: 1902 While these meetings were established at earlier dates, sometimes records were lost due to fires, etc. Huffins/Huffines – SF: 1884, HP: 1929 1 vol. Women’s minutes 1790-1878. A collection of genealogical profiles related to Quaker Ancestor Roster. Harold/Harrold/Harrell – NG: 1770-1848, DR: 1779-1831, SF: 1870-82, D: 1827-39, GB: 1911-26, HP: 1898-1901 Bates – NG: 1764 Hatcher – NG: 1817 Cooney – GB: 1920 Posted on February 25, 2018 by Constance H. Knox. Men’s minutes 1754-1888. Garrett – NG: 1780, DR: 1807-34, SF: 1810-31 Crater – HP: 1924-27 Hooks – GB: 1908-21 There were many Quaker migrations from the Carolinas to the Midwest in the early decades of the 1800’s, and MM minutes provide valuable information on those migrations. Hendricks – SF: 1880-83, GB: 1924, HP: 1901 Dillard – GB: 1912 Transcripts, Subtitles and Closed Captioning. Hodgson/Hodson – NG: 1752-1861, C: 1788-1835, DR: 1787-1835, SF: 1796-1883 BMD records. I’m very glad to have your engagement. Your email address will not be published. Steer – SF: 1869 We saw in Charlottesville and see hatreds causing war deaths all around the world. Why? Stalker – NG: 1774-1860, C: 1781-92, DR: 1785-1817, SF: 1803-36 Ecles/Echels/Eckles – DR: 1813-50 my great grandfather married a Hoopes, her parents were Hoopes and Smedley. Quaker missionary William Edmundson found his way to the Phelps home on the banks of the Perquimans River in the spring of 1672 and held North Carolina's first organized religious service in what is now Hertford. Manley – NG: 1850 Pope – NG: 1764-1812, DR: 1783-1869, SF: 1841-62 Doan/Doane – C: 1809 Sisney – NG: 1766 Quaker Sites in Early Perquimans County . Use FHL book 973 K22h 1998 At various libraries (WorldCat), Monthly Meetings in North America: a Quaker Index, 4th ed., Rev. Knupp – HP: 1918 Randolph County has a “Friends” church called Back Creek … I think that has a lot of value. Stanton – NG: 1772-1800, C: 1777-1877, DR: 1780-1838, SF: 1825, HP: 1893 Yokely – SF: 1883 They were hungry for religious leadership and guidance when the first Quaker missionaries arrived in Carolina in 1671. Chamness – NG: 1766-74, C: 1786-1884, DR: 1786, SF: 1799-1816, D: 1831 Judging from other Virginia/North Carolina records, this Samuel Welch was married to Chloe Hendrick 21 September … Brown – NG: 1740-1814, DR: 1783-1880, SF: 1790-1886, D: 1821-28, GB: 1907-08, HP: 1905-29 Reich – HP: 1905 1 vol. Weedon – SF: 1857-80 Foust – HP: 1925 Wellam – NG: 1861 Stevenson – GB: 1898-1917 McPherson – DR: 1780-1815, D: 1836-37, HP: 1905-14 Barringer – GB: 1900-01 I hope the comments shared will help us be aware how our actions might affect others. Gluyas – DR: 1843-72 Button – NG: 1818 Boyles (see also Bowles) – HP: 1925 I did have a cousin on the other side of the family who left the Catholic church when he married a Quaker during Vietnam. The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) are a movement within Christianity that began in 1650s England. In 1672, George Fox and William Edmundson traveled to America. Lambert – NG: 1789-1824 Cincinnati, Ohio: Thomas C. Hill, 1998, also available on FHL microfilm 1750867item 12. Blizzard – NG: 1821-22 Overman – NG: 1777-78, C: 1785, DR: 1782-1829, SF: 1815-21 Their home and/or the local meeting may be in an adjoining county. Hutchings/Hutchens/Hutchins – DR: 1784-94, HP: 1901 Page/Paige – NG: 1855-73, HP: 1910 I watch and look forward to Quaker Speaks every Thursday. (see sample below) Hinshaw Index to Selected Quaker Records, 1680-1940. Shiplett – HP: 1918 Bryant – NG: 1773-82 Pinkam/Pinkham – DR: 1801 Hadley – NG: 1800, C: 1845-46, DR: 1779-91 Carle – SF: 1822 Jane/Janes/Jean/Jeans – NG: 1793 1844. Tar Heel Junior Historian Association, NC Museum of History. 2 vols. Chappell – C: 1881 ), 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(?