Quakers -- Genealogy
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Genealogical papers compiled by Charles C. Price and his second wife, Ann Parker Gill Price. He was related to many Pennsylvanis Quaker families including the Waltons.
Photocopy of bound volume of Cresson family of Swarthmore, Pa. The records were started by Ezra T. Cresson.
Genealogical notes, charts, memoranda of various families collected by Minshall Painter and arranged and indexed by genealogist Gilbert Cope, 1875. Envelope contains Advices of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting to its members in relation to the Slave trade and other notes.
Carbon of typed notes of additional research, loose in front of volume. Two black and white snapshots attached opposite title page, Center Meeting and property owned by Alphonsus Kirk.
A draft of a Pennock genealogy, compiled by J. Roland Pennock. Computer generated copy. Chuck Gilbert transferred Pennock's files from an obsolete computer program and made a computer printout for Helen Pennock.
This collection includes letters, biographical accounts of Friends, genealogical material, legal and financial papers, business accounts, minutes, accounts of dreams and visions of Friends, essays, notebooks, epistles of Friends' Meetings, marriage certificates, maps, pictures, deeds, and other material of the Smith and Atwater families.