Quakers in Tennessee

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I have a question regarding Joseph McMinn, Quaker Governor of Tennessee that I have been unable to answer for several years. Joseph McMinn's mother was Sarah Harlan - she was a Quaker - until she was disowned for marrying Robert McMinn "out of the faith".

None of the McMinn family are mentioned in any Quaker records that I have been able to locate. Even when Sarah was disowned, she was only referred to as Sarah Harlan.

I have read that later in life Robert became a Presbyterian, but if he does not appear in Quaker records, was he in fact a Quaker? If so, I would greatly appreciate viewing documentation confirming his Quaker affiliation.

Thanks in advance -- Don Sherry

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