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From: Bill Blackburn <>
Subject: Re: Carlile Quakers
Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 19:36:22 -0700
I have Mary Carlile married Richard Haines 1665-1746 of Burlington. She was
supposedly the daughter of an Indian Sachem. I also have Carlile Haines 1700-1774
NJ, married Sarah Matlack. I assume that Carlile Haines is the son of Richard and
Mary, but have not been able to confirm it. Can anyone confirm it for me ??
Mt. Shasta, CA
Also researching Blackburn, Brinton, Kee, Simmons in PA
Dorothy Burt wrote:
> Is this the Abraham Carlile b. November 09, 1675 who md Hannah abt.
> 1704 (ABraham son of John Carlile & Mary Goedowne)?
> Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 11:47:26 -0700
> From: "William K. Carlile" <>
> Subject: Carlile Quakers
> I am looking for some information to fill the gaps in my Quaker heritage.
> What I have so far is the following:
> Abraham Carlile (d abt 1777) married to Annie Carlile (d 1789), children:
> Abraham II (1764-1787) & Elizabeth (married Martin Wildman 11/10/1790).
> Abraham II married Mercy Jenks (1769-?) in about 1780, children: Ann (?-abt
> 1865), Rebecca (?-1820) who married Joseph Cowperthwait (or Satterthwait),
> Abraham III, Joseph Jenks (1812-1860).
> Abraham III maried Helena Rice, children ?
> Joseph Jenks Carlile married Elizabeth Kirkbride (1817-1856) (daughter of
> John Kirkbride & Elizabeth Storey) in 1839, (I have the original marriage
> certificate on this), children: William Kirkbride (1840-1924), Elizabeth
> Kirkbride (1841-1914), Edward (1843-1844), Joseph Edward (1845-1864), Henry
> Cowperthwaite (1847-1918), Charles Albert (1849-1857).
> William K. Carlile married Lillie Hamilton (1845-1924) (daughter of Richard
> J. & Lydia Hamilton), in 1869, children: Laura L. (1870-1914), William
> Abbey (1871-1942), Blanche (1880-?) (married Joseph Warren Smith), Frank
> Stulen (1888-?) (married Martha Elizabeth Shermer).
> William Abbey Carlile married Anna Gaul Miller (1871-1942) (daughter of
> Daniel K. & ? Miller) in 1898.
> William Abbey was my grandfather and was the last of the Quakers in the family.
> The original Carlile's came to this country from Spittalsfield Meeting near
> London and landed before William Penn in Burlington, NJ. I have some
> evidence to suggest that they came to Philadelphia in about 1728 or so.
> Various members of the family lived in Burlington Co., NJ, Bucks Co. (Falls
> MM) and Philadelphia.
> If anyone can add to this story I would appreciate hearing from you.
> Bill Carlile