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Drawer 11

 Container

Contains 15 Results:

Ohio Yearly Meeting of Friends Collection (Hicksite)

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-312
Scope and Contents The collection contains (mostly Hicksite) meeting minutes, membership lists, marriages, births, and deaths of members in Friends meetings in Ohio and other states relevant to Ohio meetings. Meetings included: Westland, Redstone, West, Freeport, Carmel, Birmingham, Concord, Green Street, Flushing, and Providence.
Dates: 1786-1979

Journals of Louisa Gurney

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-317
Scope and Contents Journal entries kept by Louisa Gurney from ages 13 to 22. Louisa Gurney was a member of a renowned Quaker family occupying their residence, Earlham Hall, in Earlham, England (now part of the city of Norwich) from the 17th century to the present.
Dates: 1797-1806

Records: North Carolina Yearly Meeting of Friends

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-314
Scope and Contents The collection consists of meeting minutes, membership lists, marriages, births, and deaths of members in Friends meetings dated from the early 1800s on and including the following locations in North Carolina: Great Contentnea, Nuese, Woodland, Westfield, Deep Creek, Mount Pleasant, Dover, Hopewell, Union, Core Sound (Carteret County), Center, New Garden, Springfield (Guilford County), Rich Square (Northampton County), Cane Creek (Orange County, now Alamance), Spring-Orange County, Pasquotank...
Dates: 1750-1900

Memoir of Priscilla Gurney

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-315
Scope and Contents This holograph memoir, written possibly by a cousin, describes Priscilla Gurney's life up to her death at age 36. Included are writings about her by relatives and friends and extensive excerpts from her own letters. Priscilla Gurney was a member of a renowned Quaker family occupying their residence, Earlham Hall, in Earlham, England (Now part of the city of Norwich) continuously from the 17th century to the present.
Dates: 1785-1821

Hints for the Improvement of Early Education and Nursery Discipline

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-316
Scope and Contents Hoare, Mrs. (Louisa Gurney), 1784-1836. Religious Society of Friends in Britain.
Dates: Other: 1819

Friends Review; A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-320
Scope and Contents Lewis, Enoch (1776-1856); Rhoads, Samuel.
Dates: 1847-1894

Iowa Yearly Meeting of Friends Records Committee Filming Projects

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MR-310
Scope and Contents Records of Friends meetings from the 1850's on in: Ackworth, Albia, Albion, Annieville, Arnolds Park, Asher Creek, Aurora, Bangor, Bear Creek, Bloomfield, Burr Oak, Canby, Casey, Cedar Creek, Cedar Rapids, Chester, Chestnut Hill, Clay Center, Des Moines, Earlham, East Grove, Fairview, Goshen, Green Plain, Greenville, Greenwood, Grinnell, Hamilton , Hartland, Hickory Grove, High Point, Highland, Hiteman, Honey Creek, Hubbard, ida Grove, Iowa Falls, Kendrick, Legrand, Liberty, Linden, Lyman, Lynn...
Dates: c. 1850s

Quaker Politics and Industrial Change

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-311
Scope and Contents Author: Morton, Vanessa Thesis--Open University, 1988.
Dates: c.1800-1850

Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting of Friends Collection

 Collection — Drawer: 11
Identifier: MR-313
Scope and Contents The collection contains meeting minutes, membership lists, marriages, births, and deaths of members in Friends meetings in Ohio and Indiana affiliated with Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting. Meetings included: Westfield, Miami, Elk, Fall Creek, Goshen, Green Plain, Yellow Springs, Whitewater, Lafayette, Louisville, Milford, and Springboro.
Dates: 1754-1988