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Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy

09/20/2016

William Wade Hinshaw’s multi-volume Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy has entered public domain and was digitized by Google books. The whole set can be viewed or searched on a very limited basis (which is extremely unhelpful) depending on the Volume at the Haiti Trust website, but you can’t download them there unless you’re a member. It’s not clear whether being a member will allow more access to the Volumes only available by limited access or not. You can also check WorldCat.org to see where the closest library with a physical copy is to you – just plug in your zip code. And, all of these volumes are available for purchase in various forms via the internet if you look at places like Amazon, Ebay, and Genealogical.com (which is a parent company of the Genealogical Publishing Company). I have four volumes that I downloaded for free a while ago – not from the Haiti Trust – on a site that no longer exists, and I offer them here for personal use and research.

  • Vol. I – NC, VA (only the Mount Pleasant/Chestnut Creek Monthly Meeting), SC, TN

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    Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy by William Wade Hinshaw, VOL. I, Table of Contents

  • Vol. II – PA, NJ
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    Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy by William Wade Hinshaw, VOL. II, Table of Contents

     

     

  • Vol. III – NY

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    Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy by William Wade Hinshaw, VOL. III, Table of Contents

  • Vol. VI – VA, plus non-quaker marriage bonds from Bedford Co. and Campbell Co., VA.

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    Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy by William Wade Hinshaw, VOL. VI, Table of Contents

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