That will take you to Abraham Jobe.It even explains how he was disowned from the Quakers for marrying Elizabeth MacKay.
1739 September 18, (18Seventh Month) the Nottingham Monthly Meeting disowned Elizabeth MacKay and on October 20, disowned Abraham Job.
1741 October 20 (Eight Month) the Hopewell Monthly Meeting labored with Abraham then wrote in the minutes,
"Whereas Abraham Job, one of the Society of the People called Quaker, having attained our certificate to friends of Hopewell Meeting, Virginia, but before he delivered it was married by a priest to Elizabeth MacKay, daughter of Robert MacKay, of the Society, Being first by child with him, which being a scandal to our profession and the said Abraham delaying to give satisfaction though tenderly laboured with, we disown him from the society."
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