I'd love to join the Quaker Project! My 7th g-grandparents, John Cox and Rachel Embree Cox, who arrived in PA in 1692, were members of the Society of Friends. They attended the Kennett Monthly Meeting in Chester PA. Their family moved south to NC (Cane Creek MM) and eventually went west to Indiana because of persecution. A few were "churched", notably Herman Husband (1724-1795), his young bride, Amelia Allen, and her parents Solomon Cox and Amy Allen Cox. Husband wrote pro-Revolutionary fire-brand essays under the nom-de-plume 'Tuscape Death'. Many Coxes stayed within the faith until the beginning of the 20th Century.
The 1st and 2nd generations of my Perkins line, were part of the founding group of Seabrook, Rockingham County, New Hampshire in 1630. They were Puritans, but the 3rd generation (Isaac Perkins b 1671) converted to being a Friend, moved to Kent Co DE and lived out his life there.
I'd love to work with others to unearth answers to questions and add details to sketchy stories!