23 August 2012
Whether your ancestors were Quaker or not, understanding Quaker genealogy terms and phrases, is important to your research. Quakers did not just interact with one another or conduct business just in their own communities. This means that if your ancestors lived near Quaker settlements, you might find this dictionary helpful.
Have you had a situation where Quaker records helped you with your non-Quaker ancestors?
Editor’s note: Thanks to the GenealogyBlog for letting us know about this resource.
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