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Chapter I The Titled Line 1 English Families Living in Ireland by the 16th Century 3 English Families Living in Ireland by the 17th. Century 4 Migrations into Ireland Under Various Monarchs 9 Adventurers for Land in Northern Ireland 10 The Plantation of Ulster 14 Chapter II The History of the Calverts Who Were Quakers 19 The Hollingsworth Family 23 Location of Quaker Monthly Meetings 32 Irish, Scotch-Irish and English Quakers 37 The Harlan Family 71 The John Chenoweth and Mary Calvert Family 74 The John Bowne Will of Sept. 14, 1714, 79 St. Mary's Church (Episcopal) at Burlington, N.J. 82 St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers 83 Chapter III 200 Years of Quaker History 84 John Calvert and other Fathers of the Colony. 90 Hopewell Certificates of Membership and Removal 103 Crooked Run Certificates of Membership and Removal 131 Hopewell Monthly Meeting Marriages 135 Hopewell Monthly Meeting Disowments (1759--1789) 164 Chapter IV Rent Rolls in Frederick County, Virginia in 1746 172 Industry in Frederick County, Virginia 173 Orange County, Virginia, Judgements 174 A Few Orange County, Virginia, Patents 187 Frederick County, Virginia, Marriages (1771--1799) 190 Appendix Chenoweth, Marriages in Berkeley County, Virginia 225 A Few Miami Valley, Ohio, Quaker Marriage Records 227 The Hite Family 230 Spotsylvania, Orange and Frederick County, Vir., Wills 231 Harrison County, Virginia, Census of 1785 244 Harrison County, Virginia, Marriages..(1784--1795) 247 Randolph County, Virginia, Marriages..(1787--1816) 253 Recollections of Old Beverly, West Va. (1861--1864) 261Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Calvert family, Quakers Virginia Genealogy