Rowland Greene memoir
Scope and Contents
This collection is comprised of the single volume, handwritten manuscript of Rowland Greene's memoir. The memoir describes Greene's early life, his convincement (conversion to Quakerism), and his subsequent travel on religious visits to Quaker meetings throughout the eastern United States.
- Greene, Rowland (Person)
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Rowland Greene (1770-1859) was born in 1770 at Warwick, Rhose 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.
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Rowland Greene's memoir describes Greene's early life, his conversion to Quakerism, and his subsequent travel on religious visits to Quaker meetings throughout the eastern United States.
Processed by Kara Flynn; completed October, 2015.
- Rowland Greene memoir, 1844
- Kara Flynn
- October, 2015
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