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Quaker records of southeast Virginia

Martha A. Putnam
Books/Monographs
English
Westminster, Maryland : Family Line Publications, 1996
vi, 68 p.

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Includes index.

Contains the births, minutes, and manumissions of the Blackwater Monthly Meeting for 1760-1800; minutes and register of the Chuckatuck Monthly Meeting for 1651-1754; minutes and papers of denial for Pagan Creek Meeting for 1738-1763; and the minutes of the Western Branch Monthly Meeting for 1767-1771.

Chuckatuck began in Nansemond County about 1673; in 1767 the name was changed to Western Branch Monthly Meeting which in turn was replaced in 1846 by Somerton Monthly Meeting of Suffolk City. Members of this branch came from Nansemond, Norfolk, Isle of Wight, Dinwiddie, and Surry counties.

Surry Monthly Meeting started about 1708 and changed its name in 1765 to Blackwater Monthly Meeting. Its membership covered Surry, Sussex, Prince George, Southampton, Isle of Wight, and Dinwiddie. Pagan Creek Meeting discontinued in 1792 and joined the Blackwater Meeting.

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