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(3) Why didnt John and Isaac marry as Quakers when their parents appear obviously so?
(4) In an 1861 letter to Lyman Draper, Jermemiah F.
Wilcoxson See John Wilcox 1766 1819 Controversy on Daniel Wilcoxson, son of Isaac Wilcoxson (~1727 1765) New - Isaac Wilcockson Martha Bane Marriage in Delaware New - Martha Bane in Trouble with Pennsylvania Quakers George Wilcockson Born: 10 March 1692* England Married: 15 April 1719 at Haverford Quaker Meeting House, Chester County, Pennsylvania Died: before October 1739, at the age of 47, probably Chester County Parents: John Wilcockson of Cossal, Nottinghamshire, England Immigration: 1718 or before Elizabeth Powell Born: 10 March 1696* in Chester County, Pennsylvania Died: 1740 at the age of 44 in Chester County.
* Reliability and source of dates is unknown 2 Edition, Morphew/Murphy Story J. Murphy, last previous revision 8 April 2012; this update is 29 April 2012.
Jermemiah was great grandson of John Wilcockson (~1720) whose information came from his mother Charlotte Calloway Willcockson, who was also a great granddaughter of John Wilcockson by way of Benjamin Cutbirth, Sr.A May 5 post showed a video of a toddler, Mosiah, learning to walk.An April 24 post showed a happy family, gathering around a campfire, roasting marshmallows. Their Facebook page — which has nearly 2,000 likes — is called “My Blessed Little Homestead.” Ellsworth believes the arrests took place because of their simple way of life that some would call backwards — and because of the way they homeschool.The family’s Facebook page calls it a “back to basics life.” They have a garden and raise chickens and goats.
Deputies apparently were concerned about whether the children’s needs were being met.
The family may be off grid, but they aren’t anonymous.