2 edition of sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire, 1649-1689 found in the catalog.
sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire, 1649-1689
Percy J. Cropper
Special edition of fifty copies, printed for Edward Hicks, Junr.
|Statement||Edited with biographical and historical notes, by Percy J. Cropper.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Quaker Notes; Quaker Project Resources; Q cont. Quaker meeting records, state of New York: Ulster County, Columbia County, Albany County; S. Ralph Sandiford - ; Mary (Stanton) Whitford Newport, Rhode Island - 3 Dec ; T. The Sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire. In Britain there Quakers, and Quaker meetings for worship each week. 9, people in Britain regularly take part in Quaker worship .
4 hrs. THE FIRST QUAKER MARTYR. The Quakers of the s and s bear little resemblance to how Quakers are in Britain today - they were much more like a radical, Pen tecostal-style group. Their first martyr was a twenty year old 'quaking boy' from Retford in Nottinghamshire. The Sufferings of Friends •Judge Fell and his wife Margaret of Swarthmoor Hall provided the base for the beginnings of Quakerism. •Margaret, who later married George Fox, was imprisoned herself, in Lancaster jail. She kept remarkable records of the 'sufferings' of these imprisoned Quakers, and 'meetings for sufferings' were held toFile Size: 2MB.
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30 Day Replacement Guarantee. Free Shipping. The Rise, Progress, Persecutions, and Sufferings of the Quakers In treating of these people in a historical manner, we are obliged to have recourse to much tenderness. That they differ from the generality of Protestants in some of the capital points of religion cannot be denied, and yet, as Protestant dissenters they are included under the.
Percy J. Cropper, The Sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire, (London: ), 46, [GoogleBooks]. An Abstract of the Sufferings of the People called Quakers, Volume 1 From the Year to the Year (London: J. Sowle, ),[GoogleBooks].
The Sufferings of Quakers in Nottinghamshire Percy J. Croppper () Friends who live in the Newark area currently travel to Brant Broughton Meeting in Lincolnshire which is eight miles due east of Newark, but Newark itself, a rapidly growing town with o people had no meeting.
A collection of the sufferings of the people called Quakers, for the testimony of a good conscience from the time of their being first distinguished by that name in the year to the time of the act commonly called the Act of toleration granted to Protestant dissenters in the first year of the reign of King William the Third and Queen Mary in the year (Volume 1).
Full text of "A collection of the sufferings of the people called Quakers, for the testimony of a good conscience from the time of their being first distinguished by that name in the year to the time of the act commonly called the Act of toleration granted to Protestant dissenters in the first year of the reign of King William the Third and Queen Mary in the year ".
The First Quakers', Journal of Religious History, 9 (), Andersen's work was based on the analysis of three volumes of transcripts of the first volume of the Lancashire Quarterly Meeting Book of Sufferings provided by Giles Howson, then curator of the archive at Cited by: 1.
Besse’s compendious work drew on the Great Books of Sufferings and accounts submitted by meetings, supplemented by additional sources, to remind his audience of the thousands of Quakers jailed, and the or more who died, as a result of their persecution before the passing of the Act of Toleration in It is also a valued source for local and family historians.
Percy J. Cropper, The Sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire, (London: ), 90, xvii, preface, [GoogleBooks]. Citation: Robert and Janet Chevalley Wolfe, Janet and Robert Wolfe Genealogy, "Notes for Robert Schooley and Sarah Bingham".
The history of this family is bound up in that of the Quakers in Sutton during the seventeenth century and it is from the " Sufferings of the Quakers in Notts." by Percy Cropper, of Nottinghamshire, and Joseph Besse, 2 Vols.
that the following accounts are given. The first part is by P. Cropper. The Rise, Progress, Persecutions, and Sufferings of the Quakers. any Quakers' books or writings, concerning their devilish opinions, shall pay for such book or writing, being legally proved against him or them the sum of five pounds; and whosoever shall disperse or conceal any such book or writing, and it be found with him or her, or in his.
Information on Sufferings has been taken from the official list (Notts. Archives NR/Q30) which covers the period to for Mansfield, and from r's "Sufferings of the Quakers in Notts, ".
Much more biographical information is available, particularly in the Minute Books of the Mansfield Monthly Meeting (also at Notts. From The Sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire, InThomas Mee testified in court in behalf of William Day of Newmenleas near Eastwood who was fined for preaching.
Quakers have been meeting in Nottingham since the s. Here is a pictorial history of the Meeting Houses that have been in existence since then. You can also see a map of the Meeting House locations.
The original, more detailed photo album was compiled by the late John Gray, and is. The sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire, London. K2c. Item 3. Surrey and Sussex Quaker documents. Item Item Jenkins, Charles F. Tortola: a Quaker experiment of long ago in the tropics.
Friends Book Store. London. B2fh supp Barnhill, Celeste Jane Terrell. Quaker History Mansfield Nottinghamshire book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. in george fox left his home in fenny drayton 5/5.
The Quakers have given the world two US presidents and several other prominent individuals, but why is the faith almost forgotten in its English hometown?. "Gon Forth of ye Land' The Emigration of Nottinghamshire Quakers to the New World, Article (PDF Available) in Quaker history 91(2) January .The Sufferings of the Quakers in Nottinghamshire,half-title, ownership inscription of "Peter Seatterford in Stapleford, ", quarter morocco, Nottingham, for .The "Book of Sufferings of Friends in Derbyshire" details an incident in Ashbourne in where Edward Pegg, as magistrate, issued a warrant to have several friends arrested, some were later excommunicated (Brawling Quakers - cool!).