1788 Benjamin Schooley, son of Samuel & Elizabeth Schooley was born on 2 of month 4, in Guilford County, North Carolina. 
1809 The marriage of Benjamin Schooley and Rebecca Johnson was reported on 30 of month 12, at the women's monthly meeting at Mount Pleasant, Grayson County, Virginia.  
1824 "A certificate was received for Benjamin Schooley from Newgarden Monthly Meeting Indiana dated 2nd month 21st 1824" on 4 of month 10. 
1833 "Those appointed in the case of Benjamin Schooley' will report in the next meeting" on 13 of month 7, at the Cherry Grove monthly meeting, Randolph County, Indiana. 
1833 Benjamin Schooley & s were granted a certificate from Cherry Grove Meeting to Spiceland MM. Ind, on 14 of month 9. c 1840 A report of early settlers of Monroe Twp, Grant County, Indiana, reports: "Benjamin Schooley settled where his widow now lives, but he lived awhile on the farm where his son, William L. Schooley lives at present." 
1840 Benjamin Scooley lived in Franklin Twp, Henry County, Indiana in a household with males: 1 (10 thru 14), 2 (15 thru 19), and 1 (50 thru 59); and females: 1 (50 thru 59). 
A biosketch of a descendant (Mrs. Rogers) reports :
Benjamin Schooley, son of Samuel, was born in Grayson county, Va., and there Nov. 29, 1809, at Mt. Pleasant Meeting, he married Rebecca Johnson, daughter of Thomas and Ann Johnson. A few years after they moved to Wayne County, Ind., and then came to Henry county, settling near Spiceland, belonging to that meeting. He cleared a farm, and lived there until his death. His first wife died, and he married (second) Feb. 2, 1834, Sarah Davis, formerly of Carteret county, N. C. By the first marriage were born children as follows: William, Aug. 20, 1810; Eliza, March 7, 1813: Rachel, Jan. 23. 1816 (died Aug. 13, 1816) ; Wilson, June 20, 1817; Samuel. Sept. 16, 1820; James L., June 14, 1822; Milton, Sept. 5, 1827. No children were born to the second union. Both Benjamin and his wife were members of the Salem Friends. Their home was a station on the Underground Railway. Benjamin Schooley was a stanch Abolitionist, and an old negro "auntie" cook, Aunt Jemima, still lives among the Friends, and she named Mrs. Rogers.
See also  
 U.S. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Women's Minutes, 1843-1892; Guilford, Deep River Monthly Meeting, 24, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].
 U.S. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Women's Minutes, 1802-1825; Collection: North Carolina Yearly Meeting Minutes, 94, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].
 Lorand Victor Johnson, The descendants of William and John Johnson, colonial Friends of Virginia (Privately published: 1940?), 17, [HathiTrust].
 U.S. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Cherry Grove Meeting, Indiana, Minutes, 1821-1830, 74, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].
 U.S. Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935, Cherry Grove Meeting, Indiana, Minutes, 1821-1830, 81, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].
 U.S., Hinshaw Index to Selected Quaker Records, Cherry Grove Monthly Meeting (H-Y), [AncestryImage].
 Brant and Fuller, reprint, History of Grant County, Indiana (Unigraphic, 1974), 395, [HathiTrust].
 United States Federal Census, 1840, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].
 J.H. Beers & co., Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis and vicinity (Chicago: 1908), 733, [HathiTrust].
 Frank D. Henderson, The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio, Vol. 3, (Columbus, Ohio: F. J. Heer, 1929), 191.
 Spiceland Meeting, U.S., Hinshaw Index to Selected Quaker Records, image 1018, [AncestryImage].