Samuel Allinson (1739-1791) was an attorney and Surveyor-General of N. J. A Quaker, he married Elizabeth Smith in 1765. He was the author of Acts of the General Assembly of the Province of New Jersey... from 1702 to...1776 in 1776.
Samuel Allinson (1808-1883) was a farmer born in New York City, the son of Quakers James Allinson and Bernice Chattin Allinson. He married, first, Elizabeth Alsop in 1839 and second, Anne Tatum in 1855. Allinson helped establish reform schools for boys and girls in 1875 and was the author of some works on Native Americans in New Jersey.
William James Allinson (1810-1874) was born in Philadelphia, Pa., the son of Quakers James Allinson and Bernice Chattin Allinson. He married Rebecca Webb Hinchman. He apprenticed, then became a druggist, in Burlington, N. J. William Allinson was the author of several works and was editor of the journal Friends' Review in 1867.
Biographical information from the Dictionary of Quaker Biography, biographical sketches in typescript, Special Collections, Haverford College Library.
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