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List for 23 Jan 2022

Joseph Phipps (Sr) (1640-1716) was a much imprisoned English Quaker who came to the Penn Colony. He authored The Original and Present State of Man... The profile needs a good narrative biography. Profile has a Penn Project Box but is not managed by the project.

John Alderson (c 1721 - 26 4th mo 1764) was the son of "ancient Friends" Ralph and Alice Alderson of Ravenstondale in Westmoreland, England. Not presently in WikiTree, he was a Quaker minister for a dozen years and died at age 43, interred at Bunhill-fields. See Piety Promoted, Vol II, pg 401-04.

Peter and Jane Fearon, early English Quakers. I don't believe they are in WT. Peter b 1651 at Great Boughton, Cumberland and apprenticed to early Quaker John Banks of the Valiant Sixty. Was a Quaker minister for 56 years, d 14 11th mo 1734, interred Friends Burying Ground, Cockermouth. Brief bio info is found in Piety Promoted, Vol II, pg 325-26.

Elisha Bates (1781-1861) was a prominent Virginia/Ohio Quaker abolitionist and publisher. His profile is managed by the Quakers Project but is need of additional narrative biography, removal of citations to Ancestry and Find-a-Grave (please replace with the appropriate citations as we would for pre-1700) and I think it would be nice to have an extended list of works which he published, none of which are presently listed on the profile. In fact, his extensive work as a publisher is not presently mentioned on the profile.

John Richardson (1667-1753) does not appear to be found in WikiTree. There is ample information available online from which to create a profile, including "An Account of the Life..." (1757, Luke Hinde, London).

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