QM/Q. Other yearly meetings
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Records of Adrian Preparative Meeting, 1836-74. Includes Minutes 1848-72 and Women's minutes 1836-74. Volumes also include minutes of the men's and women's monthly meeting minutes, 1848-1849.
Records of Battle Creek Monthly Meeting, 1803-1903. Includes minutes 1838-86, women's minutes 1838-69, births and deaths 1803-1903, and Removal certificates 1838-68.
Records of Constantia Preparative Meeting, 1853-1880. Includes: Minutes, 1853-1880, and women's minutes, 1853-1870. A List of Members, 1853, is contained in Verona Monthly Meeting marriages and removals, 1817-1852.
Yearly meeting records of Genesee Yearly Meeting, 1834-1891.
Records of Hartland Monthly Meeting of Friends and its Orthodox and Conservative predecessors, 1828-1968. Includes vital records, 1821-2005, minutes (men's & joint), 1821-2000, women's minutes, 1821-1879, ministry and elders, 1963, property and financial records, 1906-2003, committees, 1875-1973, and miscellaneous, 1860-2004.
Records of the Conservative (Wilburite) branch of Hector Monthly Meeting and its predecessor, the pre-schism Orthodox Meeting, including the minutes of both the Otisites and Kingites. Includes: Minutes (men's, women's, and joint), 1830-1950, registers of membership, 1756-1965, the minutes of the Meeting of Ministers & Elders, 1830-1863, Library record, 1860, Publishing Proposal 1824, and Correspondence 1828 and 1923.
Records of the Otisite branch of Hector Preparative Meeting. Includes: Minutes, 1859-1879.
Records of predominately Hicksite Quaker meetings in Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska, and Iowa, 1820-1961.
This collection includes materials about IMYM activities from the 1970s to 2007. Most of the records pertain to their annual business sessions, such as minutes, programs, and correspondence. There are also documents pertaining to committees within the yearly meeting, and external organizations that IMYM partnered with such as American Friends Service Committee, Friends Committee on National Legislation, and Friends World Committee for Consultation.