Yes! I have many Quakers among my ancestors, including the following lines:
- Richard Borden of Headcorn, Kent, who emigrated to Rhode Island in about 1636, m. Joan Fowle also of Headcorn, their grandson, Benjamin was also recorded as being Quaker.
- William Brazelton and his wife, Sarah Shepherd of the Fairfax (VA), Warrington (PA), and New Garden (NC) Monthly Meetings, and also in Jefferson County, Tennessee and their family.
- Luke Dillon and Susannah Garret who eloped from England to the Quaker colony on Nantucket, and later to Pennsylvania. Also, their son, William Dillon m. Mary Rees, of Frederick County, Virginia, and their daughter, Ann Dillon.
- Rodolphus Elmes of Plymouth Colony, c. 1630s.
- William Fielden of Yorkshire who came to North Carolina some time before 1740.
- George Haworth of Lancashire who came to Bucks County, Pennsylvania about 1700 and married Sarah Scarborough, also a Quaker, daughter of John Scarborough whose father brought him to America at the invitation of William Penn, and had roots in the Peel Monthly Meeting in London.
- Solomon Shepherd, who left the Grange Meeting in Charlemont, Ireland, in 1729, married Jane Wilson at the New Garden Meeting, and eventually became a Minister at the Warrington Monthly Meeting in York, Pennsylvania. Their daughter Sarah Shepherd married William Brazelton.
I would love to be part of this group and have a badge.