Rowland Greene commonplace book
Scope and Contents
This collection is comprised of the single volume commonplace book of Rowland Greene, which includes religious extracts, religious reflections, a memorandum of James Greene, and discussion of various topics, including money, parenting, prayer, and poverty.
- Greene, Rowland (Person)
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Rowland Greene (1770-1859) was born in 1770, in Warwick, Rhode Island, the son of Thomas and Sarah (Wickes) Greene. Greene became a convinced Quaker at the age of 25, and was acknowledged a minister in 1803. In addition to his involvement in the Society of Friends, Greene was a practicing physician. Greene married Susanna Harris and the couple had 13 children. Greene died on August, 18, 1859, in Cranston, Rhode Island.
0.06 Linear Feet (1 volume)
The commonplace book of Rowland Greene includes religious extracts, religious reflections, a memorandum of James Greene, and discussion of various topics, including money, parenting, prayer, and poverty.
Processed by Kara Flynn; completed August, 2015.
- Rowland Greene commonplace book, 1797-1854
- Kara Flynn
- August, 2015
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