Quakers in North Carolina

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This is a space created to supply information and links about meetings, burial grounds, and resources, in order to organize the data for Quakers in North Carolina.

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Meeting County Town Started Laid Down Category Information
Back Creek Randolph Back Creek 1792 active Category Back Creek Friends Meeting
Cane Creek Guilford Snow Camp 1751 active Category Info
Centre Guilford Greensboro 1772 active Category
Contentnea (Nahunta) Wayne Pikeville 1748 active Category
Core Sound Carteret Beaufort 1736 1841 Category Info
Deep Creek Yadkin Yadkinville 1793 active Category
Deep River Guilford High Point 1778 active Category
Dover Guilford Colfax 1815 1899 Category
Greensboro Guilford Greensboro 1891 active Category Info
High Point Guilford High Point 1891 activenoneInfo
Holly Spring Randolph Ramseur 1818 active Category
Hopewell Guilford Greensboro 1824 1849 Category
Jack Swamp Northampton Jack Swamp 1794 1812 Category
Marlborough (a.k.a. Marlboro) Randolph Sophia 1816 active Category
Neuse Wayne Goldsboro 1841 1970 Category
New Garden Guilford Greensboro 1754 active Category
Pasquotank (Symons Creek) Pasquotank Elizabeth 1677 1854 Category
Perquimans (Piney Woods) Perquimans Belvidere 1682 active Category
Rich Square Northampton Rich Square 1760 active Category
Spring Orange Snow Camp 1793 active Category Info
Springfield Guilford High Point 1790 active Category
Suttons Creek Perquimans Hertford 1794 1835 Category Info
Union Forsyth Kennersville 1817 1834 none
Westfield Surry Westfield 1786 active Category
Woodland Wayne Dudley 1883 1994 none

Burial Grounds

Name County Category Cemetery Link
Ararat Surry none FAG
Back Creek Randolph Category FAG
Bethany Wayne none FAG
Bethel Randolph none FAG
Bethesda Sampson none FAG
Branon Yadkin none FAG
Cane Creek Alamance Category FAG
Cedar Grove Northampton none FAG
Cedar Square Randolph none FAG
Celo Yancey none FAG
Centre Guilford Category FAG
Chatham Alamance none FAG
Concord Guilford none FAG
Core Sound Carteret Category FAG
Davie Davie none FAG
Deep River Guilford Category FAG
Deep Creek Yadkin Category FAG
Dover Guilford Category FAG
Edwards Hill Chatham none FAG
Forbush Yadkin Category FAG
Friends Union Stokes none FAG
Gold Springs Yadkin none FAG
Harmony Grove Yadkin Category FAG
High Falls Moore none FAG
Hopewell Randolph none FAG
Hunting Creek Yadkin Category FAG
Jamestown Guilford none FAG
Little River Perquimans none FAG
Marlboro Randolph Category FAG
Micaville Yancey none FAG
Mill Creek Randolph Category FAG
Mount Carmel Yadkin none FAG
Muddy Creek Muddy Creek none FAG
Neuse Wayne none FAG
Newbegun Creek Pasquotank none FAG
New Garden Guilford Category FAG
New Hope Wayne none FAG
Oakland Wayne none FAG
Old Center Yadkin none FAG
Old Eno Orange none FAG
Old Siloam Surry none FAG
Pilot View Yadkin none FAG
Pine Hill Surry none FAG
Piney Woods Perquimans Category FAG
Pine Mountain Moore none FAG
Plainfield Chatham Category FAG
Pleasant View Moore none FAG
Poplar Ridge Randolph Category FAG
Prosperity Moore none FAG
Providence Randolph none FAG
Putnam Moore none FAG
Quaker Gap Stokes none FAG
Quaker Meadows Burke Category FAG
Rock Hill Moore none FAG
Rocky River Chatham Category FAG
Science Hill Randolph none FAG
South Fork Chatham none FAG
South Plainfield Randolph Category FAG
Spring Alamance Category FAG
Springfield Guilford Category FAG
Union Cross Yadkin none FAG
Uwharrie Randolph Category FAG
Westfield Surry none FAG
West Grove Alamance none FAG
Winthrop Iredell Category FAG
Woodland Wayne none FAG

Research Material

  • 1866 Freedmen's Bureau record regarding 75 unnamed Randolph County Quakers abandoning their homes and fleeing to Indiana, the "more quiet west," with at least 125 more to follow. This migration occurred due to the persecution of the entire community by returning rebel soldiers, angered that the young Quaker men had fled into the mountains rather than fight during the US Civil War.

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