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Henry F. O'Neall

Being a Quaker in South Carolina and a farmer in 1800's Henry had
slaves, except that the Quakers did not abide slavery and
disciplined Henry for keeping slaves. In May 1803 he was
disciplined and the action was noted in the Quaker's Monthly
Meeting Minutes (MM)  as "testification".  By 1832 he has
'disposed' of his slaves and moved to Greene/Daviess Co. Indiana.

From:
Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy by WW Hinshaw
Volumes I - VI      held at Minneapolis (MN) Public Library

"Bush River MM, p 1035
1797, 12, 6  Henry (O'Neall), s William, dec, Newberry Co, SC m
Mary Miles
1803, 5, --  Testification for Henry ordered"


contributed by: mauifun@maui.net This is also on the WWW at http://www.maui.net/~mauifun/oneall6.htm Jill O'Neall Ching 5th great grandaughter of this Henry F.O'Neall
reviewed by: vkn on 6/25/99