As any genealogist knows, brick walls are an inevitable part of genealogy. What is a brick wall you may ask? A brick wall can be defined as a barrier to your genealogy research.

These barriers take many forms; maybe it’s an ancestor who seems to disappear or 3rd great grandmother who married three separate times, or you just can’t find that ancestor’s death information.

Members of the Quaker religion began to immigrate to Colonial America in the 1600s. These immigrants typically came from England, Germany, and Wales, and they tended to settle in the New England and Middle Atlantic colonies. A large number also settled around Philadelphia. Quakers called themselves "Friends" and structured their churches differently that other Protestant religions of the time.

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