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An American Family History

Joseph Lupton & Rachel Bull

 
Witnesses who signed their Marriage Certificate
August 17, 1750, at the Hopewell Meeting
 

The Society of Friends (Quakers) began in England in the 1650s, when they broke away from the Puritans. Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn, as a safe place for Friends to live and practice their faith.

Name probable relationship to Joseph Lupton  
Barret, Mary    
Barret, Phebe    
Barrett, James    
Barrett, John    
Barrett, Thomas    
Barrett,William    
Brown, Messer    
Carter, Margaret    
Clarke, Abner    
Haworth, James    
Haworth, Sarah Wood    
Hollingsworth, Rachel    
Jacocks, Tabitha    
Jolliffe, William    
Lupton, Ann sister  
Lupton, John brother  
Lupton, Mercy Twining mother  
Lupton, Mary (Mercy?) sister  
Lupton, William brother  
Lupton, Jonathan half brother  
Parkins, Charles    
Parkins, Jonathan    
Pearson, Enos    
Perkins, Paisence    
Pickering, Sarah Wright    
Pickering, William    
Pugh, John, Jr.    
Pugh, Jesse    
Pugh, William    
Rogers, Evan    
Ross, George    
Ross, Lydia    
Southerland, Elizabeth    
Thomas, Albenah    
Thomas, Enos    
Thomas, Evan    
Thomas, Evan    
Thomas, John    
Thomas, Martha    
Thomas, Rachel    
Williams, John    
Wood, Mary    
Wood, James    
Wright, Jame,s Sr.    
Wright, Thomas    

 

 
 

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