Queens County, New York Quakers

1 December 1756, A list of all the money taken from the Quakers in Queen’s County persuant to two acts of General Assembly of the Province of New York.

Town of Flushing

John Thorn, £2
James Burling, £2
James Bowne, £2
Benj Doughty, £2
Stephen Hedger, £2
Danll Bowne, £2
James Persons, £2
Danll Lathum, £2
Samll Thorn, £2
Caleb Field, £2
John Thorn, £1

New Town

John Vanwick, £2
John Way, £2
Samll Way, £2
Robert Alsop, £2
William Betts, £2
James Way, £2
Richard Hollet, £2
Samll Burling, £2

Jamaica Town

Robert Doughty, £2

Town of Hempstead

Stephen Lines, £2
Thomas Seaman, £1. 10s.
William Lines, £2
Joseph Clements, £2
Adam Mott, £2
Stephen Mott, £2
William Mott, £2
Nathaniel Pierceall, £2
Samuel Titus, £2
William Titus, £2
Stephem Titus, £2
James Mott, £2
James Titus, £2
Samuel Willis Jr., £2
Francis Nash, £1
Thomas Alsop, £1

Oysterbay Town

Joseph Wood, £2
Israel Pierceal, £2
Isaac Doty, £2
Abraham Underhill, £2
Joseph Underhill, £2
John Powel, £2
John Witson, £2
John Witson Jr., £2
Richard Alsop, £2
Jacob Cock, £2
Clark Cock, £2
Samll Cock, £2
Henry Cock, £2
Reese Cock, £2
John Mott, £2
Henry Titus, £2
Obadiah Seaman, £2

O’Callaghan, E. B., The Documentary History of the State of New York, Vol. 3, (Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., Public Printers, 1850) pp. 622-624.

More information about Quakers in America and Long Island families can be found in the books:

Index to Hinshaw’s Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy
and:
Long Island genealogies

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