Nathan (b. 1802) and Catherine (Parker) (1800-1838) Macy were married in 1824 at Orange Meeting House in Wayne County, Indiana. Nathan was born in 1802 and was a son of Zacheus and Sarah Macy of Union County, Indiana. Catherine was born in 1800 in Northampton County, North Carolina and was a daughter of Jeremiah and Keren (Newby) Parker. Immediately after her marriage, Catherine transferred to Silver Creek Monthly Meeting in Union County, where her husband was a member. They transferred to Milford Monthly Meeting in Wayne County in 1828. Catherine died in 1838. There children were Pemberton (1825), Sarah (1826), Jemima (1828), Lydia (1830), Hepsebah (1832), Miriam (1835), and Nathan P. (1837).
Sarah Macy (1826-1849) was a daughter of Nathan and Catherine (Parker) Macy. She was born in 1826 in Union County, Indiana. She died in 1849 at Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana.
William Madder is unknown.
Henry Magee is unknown.
Elizabeth Marmon/Marimoon is unclear. There were at least three Elizabeth Marimoons at Rich Square Meeting in Northampton County, North Carolina.
R. Mathews is unknown.
John and Elizabeth Meader were ministers of Sandwich Monthly Meeting of New England Yearly Meeting. They were present at Indiana Yearly Meeting in 1830.
Richard Mendenhall (1778-1851) was a member of Deep River Meeting in Guilford County, North Carolina. He married Mary Pegg, a daughter of Valentine and Mary Pegg, in 1812. He was a member of the North Carolina State Legislature and the North Carolina Yearly Meeting’s Meeting for Sufferings. His home, Mendenhall Inn near Jamestown, is preserved today.
Joseph Mills may have been a member of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting in Ohio.
Amy Moore was a Quaker minister. She was present at Indiana Yearly Meeting in 1830.
C. Moore is unknown.
Charles Hubbard Moore (presumed) (1806-1873) was a son of Thomas and Ann Hubbard. He married Marcia White, a daughter of Aaron and Margaret White, in 1839 at Milford Meeting in Wayne County, Indiana. Charles was born in 1806 in North Carolina. He joined New Garden Meeting in Guilford County with his father in 1817. He came to Milford Monthly Meeting in 1830 from New Garden Monthly Meeting. Charles and Marcia transferred to Spiceland Monthly Meeting in Henry County in 1839. He was named an elder in 1851.
John Parker Moore (1810-1883) was born in North Carolina in 1810. He was a son of Joseph R. and Peninah Moore. He came with his parents to Indiana in 1818. He married Martha Cadwalader, a daughter of Joseph and Christina (Hall) Cadwalader, in 1829 at Blue River Meeting House in Washington County. She was born in 1812. John died in 1883 at Blue River. Martha died in 1887. Their daughter, Sarah, was born in 1830.
Joshua Moore is unknown.
Lemuel Peele Moore (b. 1812) was born in North Carolina in 1812 and was a son of Joseph R. and Peninah (Parker) Moore. He came with his parents to Washington County, Indiana in 1818. He was granted a certificate of removal to White Lick Monthly Meeting in Morgan County, Indiana in 1837. It was rejected by White Lick Monthly Meeting. He was disowned by Blue River Monthly Meeting in 1838 for non-attendance, deviation from plainness, and card playing.
Mary Peele Moore (1815-1862) was born in 1815 in North Carolina and was a daughter of Joseph R. and Peninah (Parker) Moore. She came with her parents to Washington County, Indiana in 1818. She served as Presiding Clerk of Blue River Monthly Meeting of Women Friends. She married Jephthah Morris at Blue River in 1847. He was a son of Benoni and Rebecca Morris and was born in 1816. Mary died in 1862 and is buried in the Blue River Burying Ground. Jephthah died in 1902 and is buried at Salem, Indiana.
Peninah Moore (1785-1875) was born in 1785 in North Carolina and was a daughter of Job and Isabel Parker. She married Humphrey Park in 1804 under the care of Piney Woods Monthly Meeting in Perquimans County. After Humphrey’s death she married Joseph R. Moore in 1809 at Piney Woods. She transferred to Suttons Creek Monthly Meeting in 1810, where her husband was a member. They removed to Blue River Monthly Meeting in Washington County, Indiana in 1818. Peninah served as an overseer and elder in Blue River Monthly Meeting. Joseph died in 1827 at age 57. Peninah died in 1875.
S. Moore is unknown.
Matthew Morgan is unknown.
Caleb Morris (1790-1835) was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina in 1790. He was the son of Nathan and Mary Morris. He married Margaret Morris, a daughter of Aaron and Miriam Morris, in 1816 at Newbegin Meeting House of Symons Creek Monthly Meeting. She was born in 1784. Caleb was named an elder in 1816 and an overseer in 1819. Margaret was named an overseer in 1827. In 1830 they removed to Milford Monthly Meeting in Wayne County, Indiana. Caleb also served as an elder at Milford. Margaret was the Presiding Clerk of Indiana Yearly Meeting of Women Friends. Caleb died in 1835. Margaret died in 1860. They are buried in the Milford Burying Ground.
Mary Morris (1798-1852) was born in Pasquotank County, North Carolina in 1798 and was a daughter of Charles and Lydia Morgan. She married Joshua Morris. After his death, she joined Symons Creek Monthly Meeting in 1824, then removed at the same time to Milford Monthly Meeting in Wayne County, Indiana. She married Abraham Symons (1769-1836), a son of John and Anna Symons, at Hopewell Meeting House in Henry County, Indiana in 1828. She transferred to Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting in 1850. She died in 1852 at Carthage in Rush County, Indiana but is buried in Milford Burying Ground.
Richard Mott was received at New York Monthly Meeting in 1793 on a certificate from Wby (?) Monthly Meeting.
Jesse Munden was a son of William Munden. He joined Back Creek Monthly Meeting in Randolph County, North Carolina in 1803 with the recommendation of Suttons Creek Monthly Meeting in Perquimans County. He transferred to Springfield Monthly Meeting in Guilford County in 1806. He married Mary Nixon, a daughter of John and Hannah Nixon, in 1808 at Springfield Meeting. They removed to Whitewater Monthly Meeting in Wayne County, Indiana in 1811. Nothing is known of them after 1819.
Thomas Newby is unclear. There were at least two Thomas Newbys at Duck Creek Monthly Meeting in Henry County, Indiana.
Charles Osborn (1775-1850) was born in North Carolina in 1775. He was a son of Daniel and Margaret (Stout) Osborn. He moved to Tennessee in 1794. He married Sarah Newman in 1798. She died in 1812. He married Hannah Swain in 1813 at Lost Creek Monthly Meeting in Tennessee. In 1814 he established the Tennessee Manumission Society. In 1816 he removed to Mount Pleasant, Ohio (Short Creek Monthly Meeting), where he published The Philanthropist, the first anti-slavery periodical in the United States. He removed to Wayne County, Indiana in 1819, where he was a leading force in Springfield Friends Meeting and the town of Economy. He returned to Ohio in 1827, then returned to Indiana in 1830. He was a noted minister and travelled widely. His disqualification from service as a member of Indiana Yearly Meeting’s Meeting for Sufferings (along with seven others) in 1842, led to Anti-Slavery division in Indiana Yearly Meeting. In 1844 he moved to Porter County, Indiana, where he was a member of Birch Lake Monthly Meeting. He was disowned by Birch Lake Monthly Meeting in 1844 for joining the Anti-Slavery Friends. He was a leading figure in Clear Lake Meeting of Anti-Slavery Friends. He died in 1850.
Exum Outland (1778-1841) was a son of Josiah and Milicent (Peele) Outland. He married Miriam Overman, a daughter of Isaac and Miriam Overman, in 1803 at Symons Creek Meeting in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. She was born in 1784. Exum was an overseer of Rich Square Meeting after 1805 and a minister after 1817. Miriam was an elder of Rich Square. He died in 1841. She died in 1869.
John Outland (1775-1845) was born in North Carolina in 1775. He was a son of Josiah and Milicent Outland. He married Martha Copeland in 1810 at Rich Square. She was a daughter of Eli and Ann Copeland. She was born in 1787 and died in 1826. John married Mary Perisho in 1828 at Narrows Meeting House under Symons Creek Monthly Meeting in Pasquotank County. She was born in 1798 and was a daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth Perisho. John was an overseer and elder of Rich Square Monthly Meeting. He died in 1845.
Josiah Outland (d. 1830) was a native of Northampton County, North Carolina. He married Milicent Peele, a daughter of John and Mary Peele, in 1770 at Rich Square. She was born in 1755. They transferred to Western Branch Monthly Meeting in Virginia in 1771, then returned to Rich Square in 1780. Josiah was an elder of Rich Square Monthly Meeting. He died in 1830. Milicent died in 1817.
William Outland (1773-1855) was a son of Josiah and Milicent Outland. He married his cousin, Rachel Outland, who died in 1834, in 1802. Because they were “too near kin,” they were disowned by Rich Square Monthly Meeting. William rejoined in 1812, and Rachel rejoined in 1817. William married Sarah (Walton) Copeland in 1835 at Rich Square. She was a daughter of George and Mary Walton. Sarah died in 1842 William died in 1855 near Rich Square Meeting in Northampton County, North Carolina.
Isaac Overman is unclear. There were at least three Isaac Overmans at Symons Creek Monthly Meeting.
J. Overman is unclear.