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Overview Collected sermons received from miscellaneous sources.
Dates: 1737 - 1870
Abstract Contains primarily correspondence from John Jackson to George and Catherine Truman. Letters are largely religious in content, with reflections on education and the death of his father. Also contains a copy of a letter to William B. Irish, an account of Priscilla Hunt's sermon, and extracts of a letter from Elias Hicks.
Overview Hannah A. Jennings was the daughter of Phebe (Glover) and John Clark of Gloucester, N.J. She married Levi Jennings, a bricklayer, in 1832. The collection contains correspondence (1805-1861), household accounts, and miscellaneous papers of Hannah A. Jennings, her husband, Levi Jennings, and her mother, Phebe (Glover) Clark Eldridge. Includes a manuscript account of a sermon by Priscilla Hunt at Merion in 1823, the renunciation of Maria Emily (Imlay) by Ann Jones in 1826, and letters discussing...
Abstract Correspondence received by Mary and Joseph Post from 1833 to 1882. Also includes a letter from Elias Hicks to Willet Robbins, a letter received from the English Quaker minister, Martha Routh (1782), and a number of family deeds and other papers. Correspondents of Joseph and Mary Post include Anna Greene, John Ketcham, Amy (Kirby) and Isaac Post, Joseph Dugdale, James and Lucretia Mott, and Cyrus Peirce. Topics include the illness of Priscilla Cadwallader"modern" abolitionism, spiritualism and...
Overview The Rodman and Rotch families were New England Quakers. Samuel Rodman (1753-1835) married Elizabeth Rotch (1757-1856) in 1780. He was a successful Nantucket and New Bedford, Massachusetts, whaling merchant and clerk of New England Yearly Meeting. Elizabeth (Rotch) Rodman was a birthright member of the Society of Friends, also from a family involved in the whaling business, and active in philanthropic and reform causes. They had nine children. The Rodmans and Rotches were closely intertwined by...
Overview This collection centers around the family and descendants of Joseph Turner, Jr., (1790-1850) and his wife Rebecca (Sinclair) Turner (1787-1877), members of Baltimore Monthly Meeting-Western District. They raised eight children and had fifty-four grandchildren. As a young man, Joseph left the family plantation near Still Pond, Kent County, Maryland, and became a lumber merchant in Baltimore. He served as Clerk of the Lombard Street Meeting. Rebecca was a recorded minister and traveled widely....
- Quakers -- Social life and customs 3
- Lay ministry -- Society of Friends 2
- Agriculture -- Maryland 1
- Baltimore (Md.) -- Quakers 1
- Charities -- Maryland -- Baltimore 1
- Church work with Indians -- Society of Friends 1
- Church work with the poor -- Society of Friends 1
- Hicksites 1
- Hicksites -- 19th century 1
- Indians of North America -- Government relations -- 1869-1934 1
- Indians of North America -- Missions 1
- Ministers -- Quaker 1
- Nantucket (Mass.) -- History 1
- Progressive Quakers 1
- Quaker abolitionists 1
- Quaker social reformers 1
- Quaker women 1
- Quakers -- 19th century -- Diaries 1
- Quakers -- Education 1
- Quakers -- Maryland 1
- Quakers -- Maryland -- Kent County 1
- Quakers -- Massachusetts -- Nantucket Island 1
- Quakers -- Massachusetts -- New Bedford 1
- Quakers -- New Jersey 1
- Quakers -- Pennsylvania 1
- Quakers -- Social service -- United States 1
- Quakers -- United States -- Civil War, 1861–1865 1
- Sermons -- Quaker 1
- Sermons, American 1
- Society of Friends -- Massachusetts -- Nantucket 1
- Society of Friends -- Doctrines 1
- Society of Friends -- Hicksite separation 1
- Society of Friends -- Indian affairs 1
- Society of Friends -- Missions -- United States 1
- Society of Friends -- Nebraska 1
- Society of Friends -- New York (State) 1
- Society of Friends -- Sermons 1
- Spiritualism -- New York (State) 1
- Underground Railroad -- New York (State) -- Rochester 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Quakers 1
- Whaling 1 ∧ less