Family Group

 

 

Politics

 

When completed, this page will show the political affiliations and positions held by ancestors.

Democrats

Republicans

Whigs

Church of

England

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Other

  • HELM, HERZBERGER, KUTZNER, SCHMIDT

  • ELLIS, JURY, McCRACKEN, PEELLE

    Beck

    The Beck family were members of the Society of Friends at least after coming to America and continuing as they moved to Virginia, where Edward Jr. and his wife Ann Preston Beck are buried in a Friends cemetery.

     

    Buckman

    The Buckman family were members of the Society of Friends before they came to the colonies.  They traveled to America with William Penn, having purchases land in Pennsylvania from him before the journey.

     

    Cox

    The Cox family belonged to the Society of Friends in England in the latter part of the 1600’s and continued that affiliation in the United States.

     

    Peelle

    Many of the Peelle family were Quakers with Robert Peele showing up in Quaker records starting int he 1680’s. He was one of the trustees that built the Rich Square Monthly Meeting House in Northampton County, North Carolina and was overseer of the Quakers for the county.

     

    Preston

    The Preston family was a member of the Society of Friends.  It is unclear how many of her ancestors were members.

  • ASHBY, CONNER, PELLETT, THOMAS

    Bunting

     

    John

    Dating to at least as early as the late 1600’s.

    Griffith John was a Quaker preacher in Chester Co, PA for 70 years.

     

    Harrison

    Were Quakers at least by 1792.

     

    Pellett

    Were Quakers at least by the late 1700’s.

     

    Tilton

    Joined with the Quakers at  least by 1768.

    Patience Tilton married John Bunting, who was not of the Quaker faith.  She later apologized and requested to be reconciled with the Quaker church.

     

  • HANSON, KLINEFELTER, THOMSON, VAN ALLEN

    Stackhouse

    The Stackhouse family came to America at the same time as William Penn except on a different ship.  The first Quaker Meeting House in Bucks County, Pennsylvania was built on their property.

     

 

  • HELM, HERZBERGER, KUTZNER, SCHMIDT

  • ELLIS, JURY, McCRACKEN, PEELLE

  • ASHBY, CONNER, PELLETT, THOMAS

    Crawford, Alfred W. (son of Alfred and Lydia)

     

        Republican

        Board of Supervisors

        School Board

     

     

  • HANSON, KLINEFELTER, THOMSON, VAN ALLEN

    Hanson

        The Hanson family were Lutheran at least from their early days in America.  Nelson Hanson donated some of his land in Richland County, Wisconsin for the Lutheran Church.

     

     

  • HELM, HERZBERGER, KUTZNER, SCHMIDT

  • ELLIS, JURY, McCRACKEN, PEELLE

  • ASHBY, CONNER, PELLETT, THOMAS

    Foresman

    The first generation in America are buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery with arrival in 1766 and burial in 1806. The Presbyterian affiliation passed down  through the generations and John B. Foresman (4G Grandfather) was an Elder in the Presbyterian Church.

  • HANSON, KLINEFELTER, THOMSON, VAN ALLEN

    Hurry/Hurrie

    William Hurry attended Old Pine Street Church in Philadelphia, which was attended by many that strongly supported the Revolution.  To read more . . .  Old Pine Street Church

  • HELM, HERZBERGER, KUTZNER, SCHMIDT

  • ELLIS, JURY, McCRACKEN, PEELLE

    White

     

    The Luke White family predominately belonged to the Church of England even after they moved to Canada.

  • ASHBY, CONNER, PELLETT, THOMAS

  • HANSON, KLINEFELTER, THOMSON, VAN ALLEN

  • HELM, HERZBERGER, KUTZNER, SCHMIDT

  • ELLIS, JURY, McCRACKEN, PEELLE

  • ASHBY, CONNER, PELLETT, THOMAS

  • HANSON, KLINEFELTER, THOMSON, VAN ALLEN

  • HELM, HERZBERGER, KUTZNER, SCHMIDT

     

  • ELLIS, JURY, McCRACKEN, PEELLE

     

  • ASHBY, CONNER, PELLETT, THOMAS

  • HANSON, KLINEFELTER, THOMSON, VAN ALLEN

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