4 edition of A history of Lynchburg"s pioneer Quakers and their meeting house found in the catalog.
A history of Lynchburg"s pioneer Quakers and their meeting house
Douglas Summers Brown
Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-114) and index.
|Other titles||Lynchburg"s pioneer Quakers|
|Statement||by Douglas Summers Brown.|
|LC Classifications||BX7649.L85 B7 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||97061604|
Concord Meeting gave permission to hold First-Day meetings in William Brinton's cabin at a very early date. Plans were made for a meeting house in The Battle of Brandywine was fought here and the British used the meeting house for a hospital. The meeting house was located a few miles southeast of West Chester, Pa, near the Delaware County. An English tea set, a trunk and this unique and prized book of recipes remind Lewis of her English Quaker family’s intimate moments together in a new world, and help her appreciate their.
Aug 6, - Explore Kimberly Hilliard's board "Quakers & Friends" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Quaker, Quaker religion, American history pins. "The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) has a long history of working for equality, social justice, and peace. We agree with those who say that without social justice there will not be peace." This is the beginning of a letter that our meeting recently wrote to Donald Trump. Read the rest of the letter here.
the site of the meeting house as the "Quaker Meeting House Road." Neff's Mill, located on the North Branch of the Shenandoah River, near the bridge carrying the road from New Market to Quicksburg over the river at a point per-haps a mile away from the Quaker meeting house site, would answer for the mill mentioned in my ancestor's letter of United States. Congress. House, 3 books Susan Leigh Blackford, 2 books Douglas Summers Brown, 2 books Harold A. Stone, 1 book W. Asbury Christian, 1 book George G. Morris, 1 book Bailey Fulton Davis, 1 book Rosa Faulkner Yancey, 1 book Virginia.
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View full catalog record. Permanent link to this book Link to this page. Embed this book. Version. UTC. Quakers, or the Religious Society of Friends, was founded in England in the 17th century by George Fox and played a key role in abolition and women’s suffrage. R BH A History of Lynchburg’s Pioneer Quakers and Their Meeting House, – R J74H Hopewell Friends History, –, Frederick County, Virginia: Records of Hopewell Monthly Meetings and Meetings Reporting to Hopewell; Two Hundred Years of History.
A History of Lynchburg's Pioneer Quakers and Their Meeting House, Title: A History of Lynchburg's Pioneer Quakers and Their Meeting House, Author: Brown, Douglas Summers: Note: first edition; Lynchburg, VA: J.
Bell Co., c Look for editions of this book. A history of Lynchburg's pioneer Quakers and their meeting house. 1 like. Book. John Lynch (founder of the ferry, the town, and who also headed the toll bridge project) died on Octoand was buried in the cemetery beside the Quaker Meeting House.
In the late 's, the town accomplished a major engineering feat with the construction of a water works system which drew its supply from the river below. Also included are notes, correspondence and draft manuscripts of her book, " A History of Lynchburg's Pioneer Quakers and Their Meeting House, ," originally published in and revised in for the Lynchburg, Virginia, bicentennial celebration.
Quakers, also called Friends, are a historically Christian denomination whose formal name is the Religious Society of Friends or Friends Church. Members of the various Quaker movements are all generally united by their belief in the ability of each human being to experientially access the light within, or "that of God in every one".
Some profess the priesthood of all believers, a doctrine. NOTES  Douglas Summers Brown, A History of Lynchburg’s Pioneer Quakers and Their Meeting House (Lynchburg, ), pp. quoting records of Meetings of Women Friends, Octo  Ibid., p  Ibid.
 Ibid., p  Ibid., p  Ibid., p  The South River Meeting House is the present restored Quaker Meeting House located on. Paul Froman is not found in any Quaker records, this false information finds its origin in T.K. Cartmell book; Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants, which has several errors.
pagePaul Froman is proven to be from Germany not New Jersey. No record of John Overall marrying Maria Christina Froman.2/5(1).
A History of Lynchburg's Pioneer Quakers and Their Meeting House, (first edition; Lynchburg, VA: J. Bell Co., c), by Douglas Summers Brown (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
1 utahvalley regional family history center brighamyoung university harold b. leelibrary research guide religious society of friends (quakers) genealogical & historical. John Blunston, Quaker pioneer founder of Darby Borough, Pennsylvania; and 12th Speaker of the PA Colonial Assembly; took part in an early action against slavery in In *The Friend*, Vol.
there is text of a "minute made in 'that Quarterly Meeting held at Providence Meeting-house the first day of the Sixth month, '.". In the year Lurgan was the site for the establishment of the first Quaker meeting in Ireland initiated by the well know Quaker William Edmondson, the acknowledged pioneer of Irish Quakerism.
He gathered a few like-minded individuals to worship in his house. Birmingham Meeting, in Birmingham Township, Chester County, was subordinate to Concord Monthly Meeting until its erection into a monthly meeting in 1 8 1 5.
The meeting was first held "att John Bennet's house," in The first meeting-house was built about on an acre of ground "near the Great Road," conveyed to the Meeting by Elizabeth, widow of Richard Webb, for a consideration of £3.The Flushing Quaker Meeting House located at Northern Boulevard Flushing New York, known also as The Old Quaker Meeting House or the Friends Meeting House is the oldest house of worship in New York City, oldest house of worship in New York State, second oldest Quaker meeting house in the nation, and one of the three oldest continuously active sites of religious activity in North America.The Story of the Friends in Plainfield.
Including. A History of Early Quaker Families. by William L. Dudley Ma A faded typed carbon copy of the following history was found in the archives of the Rahway & Plainfield Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.