Where is evidence that Sarah ever joined the Quakers?

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U.S. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol I-VI, 1607-1943 states that she died 2 Sep 1833 in Miami, OH and was buried as a member of Mill Creek Monthly Meeting.

The above source is listed on her profile - and the records from this source are most likely to be on Ancestry.

If she was not a Quaker, and was not attending their monthly meetings, then she would not have been mentioned.

The below page has more details about the Encyclopedia

http://genealogydecoded.com/2013/01/24/encyclopedia-of-american-quaker-genealogy/
answered by Robynne Lozier G2G6 Pilot (481k points)
The Quakers documented everything.  If she was a visitor or a recruit, she would have been mentioned.  To know for sure if she joined the faith, you would probably be able to find her in the next month's meeting, or a few months or years later.

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