Hopewell Certificates of Membership and Removal



March 11 1760-- Mary (Malin) Babb--Reason for Disownment--Married contrary to discipline
Jan. 6 1761-- Mary Babb--Reason for Disownment--Quarrelling
July  9 1761-- Joseph Babb--Reason for Disownment--Married contrary to discipline
Feb. 11 1761--Peter Babb--Reason for Disownment--Married contrary to discipline
Apr. 10 1779--Mary Babb & d. Phebe--Reason for Disownment--Joined Methodists and turned their backs on Friends
Jan 11 1779--Seth Babb--Reason for Disownment--Joined Methodists
Mar. 10 1785--Thomas Babb--Reason for Disownment--Neglected attending meetings and married contrary to discipline
Apr. 11 1793--Elizabeth (Walker) Babb--Reason for Disownment--Married by hireling teacher
May 3 1798--Grace (McCool) Babb--Reason for Disownment--Married contrary to discipline
July 10 1805--Lydia (Dillon) Babb--Reason for Disownment--Married contrary to discipline
May 6 1828--Eliza Babb--Reason for Disownment--Joined the Methodists



The Hopewell Friends History

The Babb's
Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.24
Josiah Ballinger died sometime prior to December 7, 1748, when his will was probated. He leaves 100 acres adjoining Thomas Babb to his son James
upon his coming of age, being part of his home plantation. To James Wright Sr., whom he calls his father-in-law, he leaves half of his plantation. To his son
Josiah, named as eldest son, he leaves the remainder of his plantation with the house, after the decease of his wife, Mary. He makes a bequest to his
daughter Sarah, and names his wife Mary executrix. Witnesses, James Wright Sr., John Williams, and Rachell Clifton. Sureties on the bond of the executrix
were James Wright Sr. and Evan Thomas Jr.

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.27
The will of his wife Mary Wright was probated March 6, 1764, and made bequests to her children, leaving the home plantation to her grandson Thomas,
his father being dead. Witnesses, Elinor Rogers, Sussannah Bevan, and Elizabeth Pennell. The executors were Jesse Pugh and William Pickering, [p.28]
who entered into bond with James McGin and Joseph Babb as sureties.

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.34
Thomas Babb, 600 acres on Babb's Run, in Frederick County, Va. His will was probated November 4, 1760, and left his home plantation to his son
Sampson Babb. He made bequests to his sons Philip, Joseph, and Peter, and to his daughter Elizabeth. Witnesses were James Steward and Janet
Steward.

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.34
Thomas Babb owned property, and was taxed in Bethel Township, Chester County, Pa., in 1730.

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.59
3 mo. 1, Thomas Babb Jr., at Newark or Kennett;

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.61
3 mo. 6, Phillip Babb, certificate signed at Newark or Kennett;

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.247
Mary Babb, Philip Babb, Sarah Babb

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.254
Peter Babb , Sarah Babb

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.271
Thomas Babb

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.276
Thomas Babb, Elisabeth Babb

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.318
Elizabeth Babb , Jane Babb

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.321
Thomas Babb, Elizabeth Babb

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.370
5/1/1761 David Rees and Elizabeth Babb

Hopewell Friends History, pt. 1, p.530
Phillip Babb
Morrow-Myers-Shipman
Babb-Hussey-Bennett
& Affiliated Families
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