Quakers -- Ireland
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
"The White Quakers Dublin, 1842-1858"
"The White Quakers of Dublin, 1842-1848," an essay by Ernest H. Bennis, focuses on Joshua Jacob, an Irish Quaker who began his own branch of Quakerism, called the "White Quakers."
Emlen Family Papers
Fisher-Whitson Family Papers
Map of Great Britain and Ireland
This collection is comprised of the single map of Great Britain and Ireland, with Quaker meetings marked on the map by Joseph Pease, Jr.
Charles F. (Charles Francis) Jenkins Papers
Mary Shakleton Leadbeater manuscripts
This collection is comprised of a number of handwritten manuscript works by Mary Shakleton Leadbeater.
William Savery diaries
William Savery's diaries. The majority of the first volume concerns the Treaty at Canandaigua, and the remaining volumes are accounts of religious visits Savery made throughout Europe. Entries generally describe details of travel between destinations, Quaker meetings attended, Quaker families visited, and descriptions of each location's culture, food, language, style of dress, and form of local government.
Sheppard Family papers
The collection particularly provides connections between the Irish and Philadelphia Friends in the 18th century, especially by the Sheppard and Wansborough families who intermarried. Included are letters of John Wilbur, central in the Gurney-Wilbur controversy.
William Thompson diary
Diary entries are largely related to William Thompson's family's grocery business, family news, illness, social calls, and Quaker meetings he attended. He occasionally also describes Quakers from England and Ireland making religious visits to America.
Rebecca Wright diary
Entries in Rebecca Wright's diary of her religious visit to England and Ireland provide an account of her voyage to Ireland, her recuperation in Waterford after arriving, her attendance at meetings in Ireland, her travel to Liverpool, and attendance at meetings throughout England.