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Society of Friends -- Maryland -- Anne Arundel County

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Annapolis Monthly Meeting Records

 Collection — Othertype SW/B/A561
Identifier: QM-B-A561
Scope and Contents

Records of Annapolis Monthly Meeting, 1964-2019. Includes minutes, 1964-2011, vital records, 1968-2012, and newsletters, 1992/1996-1999, plus minutes, newsletters, and other records from the 2010s deposited by the Yearly Meeting's General Secretary in 2020.

Dates: 1964 - 2020

Chesapeake Quarterly Meeting (and its predecessors) Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: QM-B-B358
Scope and Contents Records of Baltimore Quarterly Meeting, pre-Separation, Hicksite, and Orthodox, 1675-1969. Pre-Separation and Hicksite records include: men's and joint minutes, 1675-1949; women's minutes, 1775-1893; Ministers and Elders minutes, 1759-1951; and miscellaneous records, 1812-1963. Orthodox records include: men's and joint minutes, 1710-1775, 1807-1823, 1856-1941, 1956-1969; women's minutes, 1703-1766, 1774, 1855-1900; Mininstry and Oversight and its predecessors, 1852-1941; Baltimore Junior...
Dates: 1675-1969

Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: QM-B-S361
Scope and Contents

Records of Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting and its predecessors at Clifts, Herring Creek, and Indian Spring, 1658-1992-2020. Includes men's and joint minutes 1677-2019, women's minutes 1776-1891, vital records 1658-2015, Ministers and Elders minutes 1918-62, financial and property records 1739-1950,and miscellaneous 1823-2020. Also includes the minutes of Indian Spring Preparative Meeting (Orthodox), 1829-1841 and Friends House Worship Group, 2012-2014.

Dates: 1658 - 2020

West River Quaker Burial Ground Records

Identifier: SFHL-RG4-114
Abstract Although Thomas Hooker devised a small plot of land to Friends in 1684 and Ann Pemberton deeded adjacent ground in 1833, the State of Maryland confirmed a 1867 deed when it incorporated Trustees for the "Quaker Burial Ground" in Galesville in 1888. This latter group of Trustees was made up of individuals whose families were interred in the ground, not necessarily all Quakers. However, in 1994, their successors petitioned Chesapeake Quarterly Meeting to take responsibility for the site; the...
Dates: 1862-1994