Elaine and I were chatting this morning about some of the early Hawkins families. She mentioned all of the names that are found in the St. Paul's register that includes King George County and Stafford County, Virginia.
I bought that book. I don't have time to look at it this morning. I would guess that it is Hawkins' that connect to Thomas of Old Rappahannock County....but don't know for sure. Here is the name of the book if I want to look at it on my computer at a later date. It should be on Google Play and is among the bookmarks on my computer. Oh, wow.....I need to spend some time on looking at my collection of books on Google Play....AMAZING!
The below map shows King George County and one can surmise where Stafford County is very easily. I won't add another map. Note that both are close to Fredericksburg which is at the falls of the Rappahannock River.
Menallen Preparative was set up as in 1748 by Sadsbury Monthly, having been an Indulged Meeting since 1733. In 1748, the meeting became part of Warrington Monthly Meeting, the registers of which show that the first marriage to be conducted at Menallen in 1751. Menallen's earliest meeting house was a log structure, which they tore down in 1838, and rebuilt on a new property in Flora Dale, about a mile south of Bendersville. About 1890, that structure was replaced by the red brick building currently in use.