Encyclopedia of American Quaker genealogy

by William Wade Hinshaw ; Thomas Worth Marshall, editor and compiler
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
Baltimore, [Maryland] : Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969
6 v.


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Reprint. Originally published: Ann Arbor, Mich. : Edwards Bros., 1936-1950. 6 v.

Vol. 3 has special compiler: John Cox, Jr.

Contents: v. 1. Items of genealogical value found in records of the thirty-three oldest monthly meetings which belong, or ever belonged, to the North Carolina Yearly meeting of Friends -- v. 2. Items of genealogical value from records of four of the oldest monthly meetings which ever belonged to the Philadelphia Yearly meeting of Friends -- v. 3. Items of genealogical value from records of all meetings of all grades ever organized in New York City and on Long Island (1657 to the present) -- v. 4. Genealogical records found in books of the thirty monthly meetings now belonging to the two presently established Ohio Yearly Meetings, Wilbur and Gurney Branches -- v. 5. Genealogical records found in books of the 21 monthly meetings now belonging to the Wilmington Yearly Meeting, Clinton Co., Ohio, and Indiana Yearly Meeting, Richmond, Indiana -- v. 6. Items of genealogical value from records of monthly meetings belonging to the Virginia Yearly Meeting and Baltimore Yearly Meeting and marriage bonds of Campbell Bedford Counties.

Volume 7 has been published under a different title and compiler by the Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis. It is nonetheless published as part of the Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy set as vol. 7.

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