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In The Footsteps of Joseph Hampton and The Pennsylvania Quakers

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In The Footsteps of Joseph Hampton and The Pennsylvania Quakers

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Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • Contents
  • Illustrations
  • John Hampton in New Jersey, 1682/3, Page 11
  • Birth of Joseph Hampton at Freehold, N.J., Page 23
  • Prominence of Joseph Hampton in Bucks County, Pa., Page 28
  • Later Hampton Ministries at Wrightstown, Page 39
  • Benjamin Hampton Takes Up the Mantle, Page 48
  • The Martha Hampton School, Page 57
  • Generations of Preachers and Teachers, Page 62
  • Hampton-Pownall Union, Page 57
  • Hampton-Morris Marriage and Return to New Jersey, Page 74
  • The Baldwin-Marshall-Trimmer Lines, Page 81
  • Joseph Hampton of Bucks County, Fifth Generation, Page 94
  • Historic Hampton Family bible Record, Page 100
  • Index, Page 105.


  • Page 31 has the wrong parents for Ann Wildman (wife of Benjamin Hampton). See Ann Wildman.
  • No other errors in this publication have been identified. When found, please list the problem(s) here, and include a link to a source that describes the problem.

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  • <span id='Hampton'></span>Hampton, Vernon Boyce. ''[[Space:In The Footsteps of Joseph Hampton and The Pennsylvania Quakers|In The Footsteps of Joseph Hampton and The Pennsylvania Quakers]]'' (Bucks County Hist. Soc., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1940)
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The book "In the Footsteps of Joseph Hampton" has Ann Wildman, wife of Benjamin Hampton, parents as Joseph Wildman and Sarah Wilson (see pg 31). This is in error. Ann Wildman was the daughter of Matthew Wildman and his wife Mary, her birth was recorded by the Middletown MM.
posted by Jean (Jenks) Adams
Thank you. I've added this information above in the errata section.
posted by Rick Pierpont

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