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Don't Miss These Sites!
This is a list of recommended web sites for those researching their Quaker Roots. Pages that are specific to a certain family name are listed on the Quaker Surnames page. The web sites below were chosen because they contain valuable research material which covers many Quaker lines.
Bettie Holmes Living Family Tree Judge Samuel Swayze was a known Quaker. Research in Hackettstown, Morris Co., Warren Co. in New Jersey.
FAQs Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) from soc.religion.quaker
"FRIENDLY" RESEARCH: An Introduction to Quaker Genealogy with a List of Internet Resources, The Mary L. Cook Public Library, Waynesville, Ohio
Gee Gee Hughes Quaker Roots Wall add your families
History Flushing Freedom Trail Site for John Bowne's homestead, a National Historic Landmark, and museum. And, the Flushing Remonstrance, the first Declaration of Religious liberty in America, and precursor to the Bill of Rights. Page also includes information about the Kingsland House owned by the Quaker Doughty family.
History Quakers: A Day in the Life
History Scrapbook of Quaker History trivia collection
History Quaker Silhouettes
Jean Leeper's The Leeper/Hallowell Genealogy Site
Jerry Adamson's Adamson Photo Albums
Jerry Richmond The Quaker Collection
Joanne Todd Rabun JTR's Colorful Families
Katie Bond Katie Bond's Website
Mary Hiester Harris The Ancestors of Mary Hiester Harris
Misty Flannigan Ladd Digging Grounds
Patti Smith Lamb Quaker Families On Line
Randy Franklin Franklin & Robinette Genealogy (The Quaker Lines)
Ruby McNeill Ruby Simonson McNeill's Home Page
Sandy Barber Aquila's Orchard Coate, Coppock, Pemberton, More!
Society of Friends European Quakers Introductory Booklet
Society of Friends Quaker Resources lots of information
Society of Friends Quakers in Brief
Society of Friends The Religious Society of Friends WWW site
Steven Beckler Quaker Families of Steven Beckler
Teresa Miller Teresa Miller Genealogy Page lots of Quaker surnames
Underground Railroad The North Star: Tracing the Underground Railroad
Underground Railroad National Park System: Taking the Train to Freedom
Underground Railroad National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
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