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51 A-12 TYSON, Anna (I16525)
 
52 A-13 CASSELBERRY, John (I16510)
 
53 A-13 MORGAN, Rebecca (I547341051)
 
54 A-16 CASSELBERRY, William (I16505)
 
55 A-17 WENTZ, Catherine (I16506)
 
56 A.S. Adams book [p.23] has her surname as Jacquith and also suggests that
1st wife's name might have been Sabillah with a marriage date of Nov. 1,
1748 
JACQUATT, Elizabeth (I547261990)
 
57 AA-1 EVANS, Maria (I547341129)
 
58 AA-2 CLAY, Mary Evans (I547341136)
 
59 AA-3 CLAY, Ellen Lane (I547341133)
 
60 AA-4 CLAY, Hannah Maria (I547341134)
 
61 ABBR Genealogies of New Jersey Families vol I & II Source (S523889485)
 
62 ABBR Haines and his Descendants, Richard Source (S523889712)
 
63 ABBR Haines, Rogers, Austin, Taylor, Garwood, Reich... Source (S523889529)
 
64 ABBR Haines, Sharp, Collins ..., Ancestry of the Source (S523889817)
 
65 ABBR Published Marriage Records Source (S523889408)
 
66 ABBR Quaker Records of the Miami Valley of Ohio Source (S523889410)
 
67 Abel and Elizabeth eloped, as Elizabeth's father did not look favorably upon the match. Elizabeth was disowned by Concord meeting as a result. Family F518394155
 
68 Abigail Lippincott died in Aug 20, 1697, leaving a considerable estate,
having given freedom to all her slaves before her death.
There are some that disagree with Abigail's last name of Goody. No where
can it be found?? One said that the men during that time called their
wives "Goody".
Buried FBG, shrewsbury, NJ 
GOODY, Abigail (I547280065)
 
69 According to "Memorials of The Descendants of William Shattuck, The
Progenitor of the Families In America That Have Borne That Name" by
Lemuel Shattuck written in 1855; pages 366-367 states that Hannah b. Jul
8, 1654 and Exercise b. Nov 12, 1656 were both born in Boston. They were
the daughters of William Shattuck, a shoemaker, who was an inhabitant of
Boston, from 1650-1658. Like his namesake of Salem he suffered
persecution for his Quakerism. It also states that Restore Lippencott was
the son of Richard and Abigail Lippincott. 
SHATTUCK, William (I547265643)
 
70 According to David, the Prince of Wales (the former Edward VIII), Elizabeth was the daughter of Marguerite Rodiere, not Cecilia, though her father was the Earl of Strathmore.Her birthdate was said to be August 3rd. BOWES-LYON, Elizabeth Angela Marguerite (I547336699)
 
71 According to the notes left by David M. McFarland, James McFarland, with his wife Margaret McCrae, and their six children, left Ireland and settled in Bucks County near Norristown about 1733. MCFARLAND, James (I647)
 
72 Address: 228 Willowwood Dr.

Wantagh
NY
11793
USA 
FIELD, William Knott, Jr. (I547250401)
 
73 Address: 57 Freeport, P.O. Box 34

Point Lookout, Long Island
NY
11569 
DAVIS, Ernest Goffe (I547250376)
 
74 After the birth of her son Gerald, Anna began to suffer from a severe depression and was ultimately hospitalized in an asylum. She eventually hanged herself. JACKSON, Anna M (I547342266)
 
75 AGE: At death: 79 MOORE, John (I547258577)
 
76 Alias: /Bud/ RAMSEY, Granville (I547281371)
 
77 Alias: /Emma/ ?, Emaline (I547253674)
 
78 Alias: /Issac/ KEMBLE, Thomas S. (I547282126)
 
79 Alias: /John/ WILLIAMS, Jonathan (I547280063)
 
80 Alias: /Nanny/ HAINES, Nancy (I547282971)
 
81 Alias: /Peggy/ SHEETS, Margaret (I547281393)
 
82 Alias: /Peggy/ PETTIT, Rebecca (I547282660)
 
83 Alias: /Reverend/ HAINES, Joseph Jacob (I547258657)
 
84 Alias: /Sally/ KEMBLE, Sarah (I547282124)
 
85 Alias: /Sally/ KELLY, Sarah B. (I547282912)
 
86 Alias: Amyra /Haines/
or Warren Co, OH 
HAINES, Mary W. (I547267551)
 
87 Alias: Bess /Williams/ WILLIAMS, Elizabeth (I547259722)
 
88 Alias: Bessie /Willshire/ WILLSHIRE, Rebecca Henderson (I547259999)
 
89 Alias: Bud /Engard/ ENGARD, Howard, Jr. (I547263083)
 
90 Alias: Carrie /Ferguson/ FERGUSON, Jennie Clarice Caroline (I547263002)
 
91 Alias: Della /Ferguson/ FERGUSON, Adella Florence (I547263001)
 
92 Alias: Dosha /Moorman/ MOORMAN, Theodocia (I547262438)
 
93 Alias: Ellen /Haines/ HAINES, Eleanor (I547258977)
 
94 Alias: George /Nicol/ NICOL, George (I547267435)
 
95 Alias: Hisey /Wilson/ WILSON, Keziah (I547258539)
 
96 Alias: Irtie /irtie/ VON NATA, Elsie (I547282067)
 
97 Alias: Johannes /Goldberg/ GOLDENBURROUGH, Johannes Carlos (I547277969)
 
98 Alias: Libby Ann /Holloway/ HOLLOWAY, Lydia Ann (I547269361)
 
99 Alias: Maggie /Ford/ FORD, Susannah Margaret (I547262980)
 
100 Alias: Mary /Wills/
Found on Quaker Digest on email:
QUAKER BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES of Ministers and Elders, and other
concerned
members of the Yearly Meeting of Philadelphia" [1682-1800] Willard Heiss
edited (Indianapolis: 1972)
Page 132
"ELIZABETH LIPPINCOTT. Elizabeth Wills, daughter of John and Hope
Wills was born in Northampton township, Burlington County, West Jersey,
on the 14th day of the Seventh month, 1697. Submitting to the tendering
impressions of the Holy spirit on her mind, she became weaned from an
inordinate attachment to the things of this world, and found her heart
and affections set upon things heavenly. Marrying Freedom Lippincott,
she became a member of Evesham meeting, and under the trials and
probations which attended her in the married life, she appeared to deepen
in
spiritual knowledge, and became more and more useful in the church.
A gift of gospel ministry was conferred upon her, which she
exercised to the edification of the church. In an account of her last
illness, we
find it stated, "She was a religious woman, and it pleased God to give
her a testimony, to the comfort of her friends."
She was taken sick on the 25th of the First month, and her pain was
very severe, and to increase her distress, the enemy was permitted to
buffet her, and to infuse doubts into her mind as to her preparation for
the kingdom of rest and peace. But as she looked to the Lord for
comfort, he rebuked the enemy, and strengthened her to bear testimony to
his goodness to her in the midst of her closest suffering. On being
asked if she thought she should die, she said "I do not know, but am
willing to leave it to Providence! ******
Her illness rapidly increasing, she one night sent for her husband,
and on his coming to the bedside, she took him by the hand, and said,
"Come, my dear, and sit down by me. My time is but short, before I
shall be at rest." On his inquiring what he should do with the
children, she answered, "I shall leave them to God's mercy, and thy
care."
On her aged father coming to see her, she said to him, "My time
is short. I would not have thee take it hard; I shall be happy. It will
not be long before thou comest after me. We are like people going a
journey; some set out two or three days before the rest. You will all
soon come after me."
Several of her brothers, sisters and friends standing by her bed
side, she felt a flow of gospel ministry, and although very weak in
body, yet was so strong in spirit with love to the Lord, ******
Samuel Lippincott, her husband's brother coming in, she commended
her children to his care, desiring that he should exercise a care that
they might be brought up in the fear of God. Samuel, assenting to her
wishes, spoke of her husband's loss in her removal. She said, "He must
keep to Truth, and then Providence will provide for him. He will yet
provide for him as he keeps to Truth. Do not in thy trouble get too
low; and be sure my dear, do not let anything lift thee up. I take
it as a great favour that the Lord is about to take me from the harms
to come. If I die now, I shall be in favour with God; if I should
live longer, and be disobedient so as to be out of his favour, it
would be a dreadful thing. I take it a favour from the Lord, that he
takes me in mercy and love. My prayers are as strong as ever that the
work the Lord has begun upon earth, may be carried on, ---- that
Truth may prosper." Mentioning the names of two Friends, she said,
"I should be glad to see them. They are my husband's sisters; they
are mine. His bone is my bone, and his flesh is my flesh. That
which is near to him is near to me."
She gave messages of love to some absent friends, and good
advice to her oldest son, and, in great peace departed this life,
Second month 2d, 1740, being in the 43 year of her age.
The testimony concerning the above Friend from Haddonfield Monthly
Meeting is very brief:---- "Elizabet 
WILLS, Elizabeth (I547258788)
 

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