2 edition of Quaker annals of Preston and the Fylde found in the catalog.
Quaker annals of Preston and the Fylde
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Preston street name Bow Lane, the Preston address of Lancashire Archives, was earlier named Spring Street, probably on account of an abundant stream that flowed from the field named Springhead at the corner of Bow Lane and Fishergate Hill. Even earlier it had a . St Michael's on Wyre - Listed buildings in Elswick, Lancashire - Civil parishes in Lancashire - Great Eccleston - Borough of Fylde - Civil parish - The Fylde - Lancashire - Norman conquest of England - List of hundreds of England and Wales - Amounderness Hundred - Nonconformist - Fylde (UK Parliament constituency) - Blackpool - Preston, Lancashire - Domesday Book - Township (England) - Tostig.
The first minute book has been preserved, and it speaks of the Society as "The Religious Society of Friends, by some styled the Free Quakers." A full list of the original members cannot be given, as some attended irregularly and failed to register their names, but among the members the more conspicuous were the following: . The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone.
Preston, amounted to £28 16s. 6d., and included 30 leas (* One Lea was 80 to yards length of yarn.) of canvas yarn, 8 yds. of coarse hemp cloth, bills and bonds £23 2s. 6d. and ready money £3 8s. 6d. John Moon the eldest son of Edward was a currier and lived at Tan House farm at Eaves, as well as a small farmer in Eaves quarter. Preston is the largest and most important commercial centre in Lancashire and it attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Preston's history dates back to the Domesday Book and to with the granting of the Charter, which gave the right to hold a Guild Merchant every 20 years.
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Annals of our colonial ancestors and their descendants, or, our Quaker forefathers and their posterity embracing a genealogical and biographical register of nine generations of the Shotwell family in America, together with the pedigree and near kindred of the author's parents, Nathan and Phebe B.
(Gardner) Shotwell by Ambrose Milton Shotwell,R. Smith & Co. edition, in EnglishPages: Abbatt, whose book, Quaker Annals of Preston and the Fylde, 1 (London: Headley Brothers, ), gives an excellent picture of Quaker life in the Fylde ; and to Isabel Ross, who shared with me her researches on the Fell family.
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Physical description: 19 series Access conditions: Records less than 50 years old may not be seen without the depositor's permission. Publication note: For a printed history see D Abbatt, Quaker Annals of Preston and the Fylde () Subjects: Preston, Lancashire.
Abbatt, Quaker Annals of Preston and the Fylde,The work of Robert Muschamp of Bury, Lanes., in many articles in Lancashire periodicals, should also be compared.
He is preparing an account of the beginnings of the Society of Friends in Lancashire which will. PLACING AN ORDER- Online through this website. You can search for books by title or subject matter, put them in your cart, and pay for them online using a credit card.
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Annals of our colonial ancestors and their descendants, or, Our Quaker forefathers and their posterity embracing a genealogical and biographic register of nine generations of the Shotwell family in America together with the pedigree and near kindred of the author's parents, Nathan and Phebe B.
(Gardner) Shotwell. From John F. Watson's Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania in the Olden Times. Philadelphia: Whiting & Thomas, "Two Portraits of Penn-as Governor and Young Cavalier" 7.
seventeenth-century Quaker ancestors. The Marsden Quaker records, kept at the L.R.O. Preston had separate books for men’s meetings, women’s meetings and the Book of Sufferings. There was evidence of arrests in the Quarter Session records which corroborated this. But the Quakers on the Bulcock side died out in and in on the Whipp side.
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POULTON-LE-FYLDE, a small town, a township, a parish, and a sub-district, in Fylde district, Lancashire. The town stands on the Preston and Wyre railway, at the junction of the branch to Blackpool, near the river Wyre, 5 miles S by E of Fleetwood; conducted commerce as a port on the Wyre, previous to the founding of Fleetwood; is a seat of petty sessions and county courts, and a polling-place.
MACCLESFIELD FOREST is a township in the parish of Prestbury, 4 1/2 miles east-by-south from Macclesfield, in the Knutsford division of the county, petty sessional division of Prestbury, hundred, union, county court district, rural deanery and archdeaconry of Macclesfield and diocese of Chester.
Freckleton is a village and civil parish on the Fylde coast in Lancashire, England, to the south of Kirkham and east of the seaside resort of Lytham St. it had a population of 6, reducing to 6, at the Census. The village is near Warton, with its links to BAE Systems.
Warton Aerodrome's miles ( km) runway is partly within Freckleton's boundary. For detailed source references see the edited diary entries for of Thomas Bellingham and Lawrence Rawstorne.
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The s saw other Lancashire slaving missions. Between andthree vessels embarked on five slave trading ventures from Preston and Poulton. Samuel Gawith's vessel, Blossom, sold slaves in Barbados after sailing from Preston, while John Barrow's ship, Hothersall, sold slaves to Jamaica on two occasions after starting out in Poulton.At Preston Dock in30 human skulls were discovered along with two dugout canoes, 60 pairs of deer antlers, 43 ox skulls, two pilot whale skulls and a bronze spear head.
These finds may possibly indicate the presence of some sort of marsh dwelling.