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To the members of the quarterly meeting of Friends of the Province of Ulster
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In , it was reorganised as a voluntary trust and named the Ulster-Scot Historical Foundation. In , it became the Ulster Historical Foundation, affirming its role to serve all denominations and traditions in the province. Between and , the Foundation was an integral part of the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. A number of the most stalwart members of each Meeting group had come from a close-knit Quaker community in Ulster Province in Ireland. There were also some close family relationships. A few Friends had settled in Christiana Hundred at the time of thc great influx of Quaker settlers in the period.
I then had meetings with Friends in the province of Ulster, and came to Lurgan to attend that Quarterly Meeting. Owing to the troubles occasioned by the anti-christian spirit which had extensively prevailed in that province, most of the Ministers and Elders in those parts had withdrawn from Christian fellowship with us, and the Quarterly. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Diaries of Ireland: An Anthology by Melosina Lenox-Conyngham at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Author: Melosina Lenox-Conyngham.
In the 16th century Ulster was administratively divided into nine shires (counties), of which those in the Republic of Ireland still exist. Meanwhile, the O’Neills (of County Tyrone) and the O’Donnells (of County Tyrconnell ) had become virtually supreme in much of two Roman Catholic clans were involved in a serious rebellion against Queen Elizabeth I from to Full text of "Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, Being a List of Certificates of Removal Received at.
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Booth, Arthur, ; Northern Friends Peace Board. ; Ulster Quarterly Meeting (Society of Friends). Microfilm copies of the National/Half-Yearly Meetings, all the monthly meeting registers, the province or quarterly meeting minutes, and Quaker vital records from to are available at the National Library and National Archives of Ireland, both in Dublin.
Records for the Ulster Province or Quarterly Meeting and all of its monthly meetings are also located on the campus of the Quaker School in Lisburn (Antrim, Northern Ireland. The deed or lease was framed in the usual legal terms, and is signed by the landlord on the one hand, and by the following Friends, John Morrison, Cavan (townland), William Nicholson, Tallbridge, James Christy, Stramore, Co.
Down and Joseph Nicholson, Bernagh, Co. Tyrone. the society of friends in ulster. [To THE EDITOR OF THE "SPEOTATOR."1 srn,—I trust you will see your way to publishing the following letter of advice issued to their members by the Society of Friends at the Quarterly Meeting for Ulster held at Lurgan, in view of.
Province or Quarterly Meeting Records of the provincial or quarterly meetings extend back to for Leinster, for Ulster, and for Munster. Marriages were sometimes recorded within the province or quarterly minute books. Posts about Quarterly Meetings written by quakersireland.
Ulster Quarterly Meeting. 16th February The annual report to UQM of Friends School Lisburn () was in the main extremely encouraging. Academic Achievement had been exceptional within the school and relative to Northern Ireland averages.
Minutes of Ulster Province Meeting. At Ulster Province Meeting, 2 Mo. 14,report was made that "Walter Clark hath built a meeting house at Grange for y e Service of truth & use of friends." InThomas Story (Journal, ) mentions that he came to "Grange to Walter Clark's.".
Ulster Quarterly Meeting Lynn Benson, Richhill Meeting Ulster Quarterly Meeting held at Moyallon Meeting House on Saturday 16th ninth month Meeting for Worship and reading of Paragraph from Quaker Life and Practice opened UQM.
Attendance was 22 including E. Heather Bewley, Dublin MM. This features piece looks at some questions about the COVID Pandemic in Ireland, from the very first fatalities to the current rate across the island.
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The questionings soon found a focal point in the business meetings of Friends, and Ulster Quarterly Meeting held on 7th January `took into consideration what share of the Trust [set up in John Hancock's will] was committed to the Quarterly Meeting'.
As often happens, the Meeting appointed a. Full text of "Book of meetings of Friends in New York " See other formats Gc ' • B65 REYNOLDS HISTORICAL GENEALOGY COLLECTION ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 BOOK OF j^lRETINGS Friends New Yoek, An address to the members of the Society of Friends: commonly called Quakers: who collectively constitute the quarterly meeting of the province of Ulster / (Dublin, [Ireland]: Printed by John Jones, ), by Thomas Greer and William Jackson Greer (page images at HathiTrust).
map of Great Britain showing concentration of Quakers in the northern section by Scotland and Wales has the archived records for the Ulster Province and its Quarterly Meeting and all of the monthly meetings under its umbrella The Public Records Office of Northern Ireland • Rare Book Collection at the Sidwell Friends School in.
The Committee book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This real-life thriller has been hailed by many experts as the most im 4/5. Two of the early members of the Meeting at Grange, William Stockdale (6) a Friend in the ministry, and Thomas Francis, removed their dwelling from Charlemont to the city of Londonderry to encourage and help those who had been convinced and were meeting together there.
The trustees may have made their own arrangements, but the superintendent, if there was one, did not report to Ulster Quarterly Meeting whose records are silent on this score. The report of the Commission of Inquiry into all schools of private or charitable foundation in Ireland (set up by Grattan's Parliament inthough not published.
Some Records of the Ballyhagan Quakers of Northern Ireland Marriage Certificates Prior to ; Men’s Preparative and Monthly Meeting Minutes - This transcription & formatting by J.
Fisher. Access to the source manuscript images is by right of the Religious Society of Friends. Published by Engelhart Printing, Wimberley, Size: KB. Att a Province & Quarterly mens meeting held in Lurgan, ye 28th day of ye 12th Mo /8.
Alexr Martin having neglected to send ye article of ye meeting house of Coothill as was desired by last meeting, is now again desired to send it to ye next Prov. Meeting. Surviving Quaker records for local meetings are listed in the church records section at PRONI under the prefix RSF (Religious Society of Friends).
The following records relate to the Ulster Province quarterly meetings. ÔÇó Minutes of province/quarterly meetings, MIC/16/1A-1B ÔÇó. Miami Monthly Meeting opened 10th month 13th day by permission of Redstone Quarterly Meeting in Pennsylvania. Prior to the establishment of Miami Monthly Meeting, Friends left their certificates of membership at Westland Monthly Meeting, in Washington County, Pennsylvania or at Concord Monthly Meeting in Belmont County, Ohio.
If you need a little more recent history, Bardon's "Shorter Illustrated History of Ulster" continues throughso it provides a bit more of his typically insightful writing. Marc Mulholland's "Northern Ireland: A Very Short Intro" is current toand is a pretty good book/5(7).Quakers began keeping records of their meetings around Irish Quaker records are held in two regional Quaker repositories.
The Dublin Friends Historical Library only has records for the Republic of Ireland. The Religious Society of Friends, Ulster Quarterly Meeting mainly has .Quarterly Meeting., 6th June Meeting for Papers, etc.,? Quarterly (Summer) Meeting.
of friends throughout the changing years in Ireland, will lament the passing, not only of a fine scholar, but of a shrewd observer of life, source-book of the chief documents of Irish history and its appear ance now supplies a long-felt want.