Rebekah Hinshaw

Rebekah Hinshaw
B: ?    
D: ?    
M: Joseph Maddock

Rebekah Hinshaw     [ID 02937] Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view: Ahnentafel View

She married Joseph Maddock1 [Joseph Mattox2], about 17841, North Carolina1.  Joseph, son of Joseph Maddock & Rachel Dennis.1  

Joseph's father, Joseph Maddock/Maddocks, was the Quaker who helped found the town of Wrightsboro, Georgia.3  

On 3-6-1784 at Cane Creek MM, Rebekah Maddock (formerly Hinshaw) was disowned for her marriage out of unity.4  


William Maddock.
Benjamin Maddock.
Joseph Maddock.
Nancy Maddock.
Henry Maddock.

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  1. Sarah Shaw Tatounova Family Connections (Southern Quakers):
  2. Posting Mar 20 2002 by Wendy () to MATTOX-L.
  3. Posting Aug 7 2012 by Sue Abruscato () to the Maddox message board:
  4. "Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy", by William Wade Hinshaw, in many well-stocked libraries.

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