Mary Goodhue Cary, mother of John Cary, was head of the Peace Collection at Swarthmore College; she was not a Quaker, though the rest of John Cary's family were Quakers. Cary's grandmother was an Evans from Germantown.
Roderick Scott, Haverford College class of 1906, received his M.A. from Haverford in 1907 and another from Harvard in 1908. He was also Phi Beta Kappa. In 1909-13, he taught English at Earlham College, then served the Y.M.C.A in Russia, 1913-14 and in Indiana, 1914-15. He returned to teach English at Oberlin College, 1915-16, but then went to Foochow (Fuzhou), China as a member of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions as a Professor of English and Philosophy and Dean of the College of Liberal Arts; in 1919-20, he was Acting President of Fukien Christian University.
John Stokes (1800-1868) married Hannah Smith (1799-1859) in 1823. Their children were: Elizabeth Waln Stokes (1823-1902), Mary Stokes (1825-1847), Joseph Waln Stokes (1829-1831), Henry Waln Stokes (183001855), Francis Stokes (1833-1917; m. Katharine Wistar Evans); Joseph Waln Stokes (1835-1863), Hetty Newlin Stokes (1838-1899), Eleanor Tyson Stokes (1840-1919), Thomas Pym Cope Stokes (1843-1918) and Joseph Stokes Jr. (1845-1853). John Stokes was a member of Germantown Particular and Frankford Monthly Meeting.
(Information from donor; Haverford College Matriculate Catalog; internal evidence; Stokes, Cope, Emlen, Evans Genealogy; The Friend)