Location: Salem, Salem County, West Jersey
Surnames/tags: Tindell Clifton
Hugh Clifton was received into the friends in Salem by certificate in July of 1722 (old style)  At the following monthly meeting, on 27 Aug 1722 (old style), Hugh Clifton and Elizabeth Tindell first declared their intention to get married. Oddly enough, no mention is made of forming a committee to enquire into Hugh's intentions.
Hugh Clifton and Elizabeth Tindell stated their desire to get married for the second time at the Salem Monthly Meeting on 24 Sep 1722 (old Style). Having found nothing to obstruct the marriage, the friends give them leave to get married while appointing a committee see that the affair is managed properly with instruction to report top the next monthly meeting. 
The committee appointed at the Salem monthly meeting of the 24 Sep 1722 to see to the correct management of the marriage of Hugh Clifton and Elizabeth Tindell reported that the marriage have been accomplished with respect to the customs of the day. 
- ↑ Quaker records Minutes of the Salem Monthly Meeting, 30th day of the 5th month 1722, p 145.
- ↑ Quaker records Minutes of the Salem Monthly Meeting, 27th day of the 6th month 1722, p 146.
- ↑ Quaker records Minutes of the Salem Monthly Meeting, 24th day of the 7th month 1722, p 147.
- ↑ Quaker records Minutes of the Salem Monthly Meeting, 29th day of the 8th month 1722, p 148.