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"OTHER" HADLEY'S (not Simon)
Brad Hadley's Home Page
of George Hadley of Ipswich, Massachusetts (16xx-1686)
arrived in Massachusetts in the early 1630s, presumably from England. He lived
out the remainder of his life in and around Ipswich, Massachusetts. His
descendants spread throughout New England, then to the midwest and the rest of
the country. This web site is a repository of information about George Hadley,
his descendants, and the information they have left for the current generation
George Hadley's Home Page
Related Family Sites
Art Hadley's Home Page
Art is a grandson of Lyle Hadley. This site has some nice downloadable graphics
of various Hadley Crests and shields.
Ohio River Valley Families
Dave Distler's website has almost 700 individuals with the name HADLEY in his
database, many of which are concentrated in Indiana.
Hinshaw/Henshaw family and allied lines. Includes background, historical
information, links to related sites, and much more
Cloud and Harvey
Database and book information. For years Jay Hobson has maintained the HOBSON
Data Exchange. He now has
a book available with more than 12,000 names. His website offers info about
the Exchange and the book; provides a searchable
on-line index of the most common surnames; has a representative sample page of
his book; and an order form you can print out.
Tom Barton Nash's Lindley and related research.
Raymond Maris' page with data and photos
Database, photos and biographies. Many early Hadley connections.
Chatham County, North Carolina
Vickye White's pages
Joan Case's pages
Jo Ann Wood's
Jerry Richmond's pages
Many gedcom files and other related resources
Denise Dickson's web site
The Quaker Corner
Very good Quaker-related information and explanations.
U.S. Quaker Meetings
Cane Creek Monthly Meeting
Informative site with photographs of the meeting house, cemeteries, memorials, and
Southern Quaker Genealogy
Established/maintained by Sarah Shaw, this site has links to Quaker-specific records and
genealogies for several states, including Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee