Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Surnames/tags: Watson Verree quakers
Wedding of Joseph Chapman and Mary Worth, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Wrightstown, Pennsylvania, 16 November 1715'
Whereas Joseph Chapman late of Wrightstown in the County of Bucks in the province of Pennsylvania and Mary Worth daughter of Joseph Worth of Stony brook in the County of Middleton in the province of New Jersey having declared their intentions of taking each other in Marriage before severall publick meetings of the people called Quakers in their publick meeting place in Chesterfield in West New Jersey according to the good order used amongst them. Whose proceedings therein after deliberate consideration therof with regard to the righteous Law of God and Example of his people recorded in the Scriptures of Truth in that (all) were approved of by the said meetings; they appearing clear of all others and having consent of parents and relations concerned.
Now these are to certifie to all whome it may concern that for the full accomplishment of their said intentions this Sixteenth Day of the Ninth Month in the year according to English account One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifteen, they the said Joseph Chapman and Mary Worth appeared in a solmne and publick Assembly of the aforesaid people met together for that purpose in their usual peeting place in the house of the said Joseph Worth at Stonybrook aforesaid and in a solemn manner He the said Joseph Chapman taking the said Mary Worth by the hand did openly declare that he did take her the said Mary Worth to be his wife promising (through God's assistance) to be unto her a faithfull and loving husband untill death seperate them; or words to that purpose and then in the said Assembly the said Mary Worth did likewise declare that she did take him the said Joseph Chapman to be her husband, promising (through God's assistance) to be unto him a loving and faithfull wife until death shall separate them, or words to that effect; and the said Joseph Chapman and Mary (assuming the name of her husband now Mary Chapman) as a further confirmation thereof did then and their to these presents set their hands. And we whose names are hereunto subscribed being present amongst others at the Solomnizing of their marriage subscription in manner aforesaid as witnesses thereunto do also subscribe our names the day and year above written.
p 54 first column: Samuel Bunting, John Bunting, John Routlidg, Adam Harker, William Baldwin, John Cutler, John Abbot, Paule Blaker, John Palmer, John Borrows, Samuel Blaker, John Penquite, David Wilson, Jeremiah Bowman, William Smith Junior, John ?, William Buckmet, Nathaniel Twining, Roger Parke, Alexander Harper, Abraham Farrington
Second column Joan Potts, Mary Abbot, Ann Abbot, Elisbeth Hillborn, Kathrine Hillboarn, Esther Penquite, Joan Penquite, Christian Palmer, James Clarke, James Lord, Benjamin Clark Junior, John Clark, Benjamin Bond, Simon Horne, Anne Cooper, Elisabeth Lord, Elisabeth Harres
Last column Joseph Chapman, Mary Chapman, Joseph Worth, Sarah Worth, John Chapman, Mary Wildman, Susannah Chapman, Giles Worth , Sarah Worth, Providence Worth, Gershom Shippey, John Oldden, John Worth, Benjamin Clarke, Ann Chapman, John Wildman, Ann Clarke, William Oldden
Wedding of Barzillai Furman and Elizabeth Middleton, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Trenton, Hunterdon New Jersey, 1775
Whereas Barzillai Furman son of Josiah Furman & Ruth his wife of Trenton and County of Hunterdon and Province of New Jersey and Elizabeth Middleton daughter of George Middleton deceased & Hannah his wife of Nottingham and County of Burlington and Province aforesaid, having declared their intentions of marriage with each other before several monthly meetings of the people called Quakers in Chesterfield according to the good order used amongst them and having consent of parents their proposals of Marriage was allowed of by said meeting.
Now these are to certifie all whom it may concern that for the full accomplishing of their said intentions of marriage this Fourteenth day of the ninth in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Five they the said Barzillai Furman and Elisabeth Middleton appeared at a publick meeting of said people in Chesterfield, and the said Barzillai Furman takeing the said Elizabeth Middleton by the hand did in a solemn manner openly declare that he took her the said Elizabeth Middleton to be his wife, promising through Divine Assistance to be unto her a loveing & faithfull husband until death should seperate them, and then and there in the said assembly the said Elizabeth Middleton did in like manner declare that she took the said Barzillai Furman to be her husband promising through Divine Assistencee to be unto him a loveing and faithfull wife untill Death should seperate them, and moreover they the said Barzillia Furman and Elizabeth Middleton, she according to the custom of Marriage assuming the name of her husband as a further confirmation thereof did then and there to these presents set to their hands and we whose names are hear under subscribed being present at the solemnization of the said marriage and subscription have as Witnesses there unto set our hands the day and year above written.
Second page 106A First column: Joseph Forsyth, David Killey, Hannah Killey, Hannah Linton, Hannah Newbold, Huldah Chapman, Rachal Newbold, Charlotte Newbold, Charlotte Chapman, Sarah Scattergood, Mary Wright, Samuel Wright, Mary Middleton, Hannah Allen, Judiah Tilton, Joshua Newbold
Wedding of Thomas Watson and Mary Verree, Abington Monthly Meeting, Lower Dublin Township, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 23 1789
Whereas Thomas Watson, son of Thomas Watson of Buckinghm in the County of Bucks & State of Pennsylvania (Deceas'd) and Mary Verree, Daughter of Robert Verree of the Township of Lower Dublin in the County of Philadelphia & State Aforesaid, having declared their intentions of marriage with each other before several Monthly Meetings of the people called Quakers at Abington, according to the good order used amongst them, and having consent of parents and relations concern'd, their said proposal of marriage was allowed of by the said meeting. Now their ? to certify whom it may concern, that for the full accomplishing their said intentions, this twenty third day of the fourth month in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & eighty nine. They the said Thomas Watson, and Mary Verree, appeared in a publick meeting of the said people at Abington aforesaid; and the said Thomas Watson taking the said Mary Verree by the hand, did in a solemn manner openly declare, that he took her the said Mary Verree to be his wife, promising through Divine Assistance to be unto her a loving & faithful husband untill Death should separate them: (or words to that effect) and then & there in the same Assembly, the said Mary Verree did in like manner declare that she took the said Thomas Watson to be her husband, promising through Divine Assistance to be unto him a loving and faithful wife untill Death should separate them (or words to that purport) and moreover they the said Thomas Watson & Mary Verree (she according to the custom of marriage assuming the name of her husband) as a further confirmation thereof, did then & there to these presents set their hands.
And we whose names are here under also suscribed, being present at the Solemnization of the said marriage and subscription have as witnesses thereunto set our hands, the day and year above written.
Third row: Recorded in Abington Monthly Meetings Book, kept for entering Marriage Certificates, in Page 307 which is certified the 8th day of the 5th month AD 1789 by Thomas Livezey recorder
Fourth row: Ruth Cadwalader, Ann Roberts, Sarah Morris per order, Sarah Phipps per order (crossed out), Elizabeth Phipps per order, Martha Cadwalader, Mary Hutchinson, Rebecca Hutchinson, George Ashbridge, Sarah Scholfield, Hannah Fryer, Abigail Waterman, Rebeckah Hawkins, Mary Waterman, Priscilla Waterman
Eight row: Jonathan Woolston, Joshua Woolston, Elizabeth Bye, Mary Vansant, Mary Bye, Thomas Phipps, Benjamin Wolmsley, Thomas Blakey, Sarah Woolston, Mary Ashbridge, Elisabeth Knight, Susanna Ashbridge, Sarah Knight, Amos Jones, Ann Jones, Mary Child
Ninth row: Thomas Watson, Mary Watson, Robert Verree, Ann Verree, Sarah Watson, Elisabeth Fell, Elizabeth Watson, Sarah Watson, James Verree Jr, Jonathan Fell, Thomas Bye, Mary Smith, Samuel Smith, Joseph Knight
Wedding of Marmaduke Watson and Elizabeth Pancoast, Burlington Monthly Meeting, 1718
Burlington Monthly Meeting Marriages, Births and Deaths, 1677-1765 p 82 of 143 Whereas Marmaduk Watson son of Matthew Watson late of Chesterfield deceased and Elizabeth Pancoast daughter of William Pancoast of Mancefoil (Mansfield) both of the county of Burlington in the West Division of New Jersey in America Haveing declared their intentions of marrage with each other at two severall monthly meetings of the people called Quakers at Burlington in the Division aforesaid according to the Good Order used amongst them whoso ? therein after a deliberate consideration thereof where aproved by the said meetings they appearing clear of all other in relation to marriage and haveing the consent of parent and relations concerned. Now these are to certifie all whom it may concearne that for the full accomplishing of their said intentions this twenty seventh day of the first month in the year of our Lord according to English account one thousand seven hundred and eighteen the said Marmaduke Watson & Elizabeth Pancoast appeared at a solemn and publick meeting of the aforesaid people and others together for that end and purpose at their publick meeting Meeting Row in this Township of Springfield and County of Burlington ... as a farther confirmation thereof did then and there to those presents set their hands & we whose names are hereunto subscribed as being present amongst others at the solomnizing of their said Marriage & subscription in manner aforesaid have also to those presents as witnesses subscribed our names the day and year above written.
First column: Samuell Bunting, Francis Breckon, Rich Ridgaway, John Butler, John Day, Rich Ridgaway Junior, Isaac Hornor, Joshua Rapier, Edward Barton, Samuel Wolfstone, Jeremiah Smith, John Mullon, Richard Locomb?
Second column: Joseph Burleigh, Samuel Scattergood, Benjamin Ellis, Thomas Scattergood jr, Joseph Pancoast, John Pancoast, Thomas Pancoast, Ron Crispin Sam Rowland Jonathan Shroue Jobe Ridgaway
Third column: Sarah Boulton Jr, Eliz Scattergood, Mary Pancoast, Rebecka Brian, Mary Brian, Mary Ridgaway, Abigale Rapier, Eliz Grutt? Rebecka Congale, Mary Congaile, Mary Boulton, Mary Shroue, Elizabeth Hunt, Sarah Barton
Last column: Marmaduke Watson, Elizabeth Watson, William Pancoast, Hannah ancoast, Matthew Watson, Ann Abbott, John Abbott, Joseph Pancoast, Thomas Scattergood, Tomasin Pancoast, Richard Fronck?, Mary Abbott, Anne Abbott Junior, Martha Scattergood, Mary Dunn, William Dun, Edward Bolton?
Wedding of Joseph Watson and Anna Watson, Buckingham Monthly Meeting, 1811
Whereas Joseph Watson of the Township of Buckingham and County of Bucks in the State of Pennsylvania son of John Watson of the Township County and state aforesaid and Mary his wife; and Anne Watson Daughter of Thomas Watson late of Buckingham aforesaid, deceased and Mary his wife having declared their intention of marriage with each other before a monthly meeting of the Religious Societ of Friends held at Buckingham aforesaid according to the good order and ... them and having consent of Parents... this twentieth day of the Eleventh month in the year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and eleven they the said Joseph Watson and Ann Watson appeared in a Public Meeting of the said People held at Buckingham ... we whose names are also hereunto subscribed be present at the solemnization of the said marriage and subscription have as witnesses thereto set our hands, the day and year above written.
First row: Eliza Jinks, Mary Gillingham, Jonathan? Gillingham, Aaron Watson, Thomas Bye, John Watson Junior, Joseph Watson, David B. Taylor, John Parry, Israel Jones, Samuel Watson, Samuel C. Thornton, Charles Ely, Margaret Jackson
Second row: William Watson, William Gillingham, Hannah Gillingham, William Tibb, Charles Watson, Isaiah Jones, Watson Jinks, George Verree, Robert Verree, Sarah Watson, Elizabeth Watson, Tacy Ashbridge, Sarah D. Bun, Mary Verree
Last row: Joseph Watson, Anne Watson, John Watson, Mary Watson, James Verree, Mary Watson, Ezra Jones, Sarah Jones, Thomas Watson, Robert V. Watson, Joseph Cooper, Sarah Woolston, Sarah Watson