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Quakers in Rawdon

Quakers in Rawdon

essays and notes, 1697-1997

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Published by J. Guise in [Leeds?] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Joanna Guise.
ContributionsGuise, Joanna.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17179642M

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Quakers in Rawdon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rawdon is a village and civil parish in the metropolitan borough of the City of Leeds, West Yorkshire, sits on the River Aire and on the A65 south of Yeadon. The northern parts of the village are part of the Guiseley and Rawdon ward of Leeds City Council and the southern part in the Horsforth ward.

The whole village is included in the Pudsey parliamentary olitan borough: City of Leeds. Quaker Meeting House at Rawdon. Quakers in Rawdon. Essays and Notes. – Edited by Joanna Guise. Moving towards the latter years of the 19 th century we find that the first Rawdon Rate Book dated states that yet another Abraham Grimshaw was the occupier of Ivy House and its land which had a rateable value of £ Friends Meeting House Quakers Lane Leeds LS19 6HU.

View directions to here on Google Maps. How to find us. Leave Leeds on the A65 towards Skipton. After about eight miles go through the Rawdon traffic lights and Quakers Lane is the last road on the right before the. Back to previous page Rawdon Quaker Meeting House Quakers Lane, Rawdon, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS19 6HU 17th century Quaker meeting house and graveyard.

Mainly our old Meeting House built in and also out 'schoolroom' - an old converted stables with interesting architectural features. One supports Rawdon Quaker Meeting and the other supports a charity of our choice which changes every month.

Light Book: The Light Book contains names of people to be specially held in the Light. It is updated every month and anyone is welcome to enter names in the book. A number of historians have written accounts of the first settlement of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia by certain members of the Society of Friends, and of the establishment of various meetings on its fertile limestone soil, one of these meetings being known at first as Opeckan and later called Hopewell Meeting, it being the earliest meeting established in this particular region.

Abraham II had two wives, Rachel and Elizabeth, both with the surname, Bond. If they were sisters, the second marriage would not have been valid at that date. The ‘Table of kindred and affinity’ in the Book of Common Prayer was legally binding, even of Quakers.

Given as both Josiah and Josias. Josiah, King of Judah is as in 1 Kings 1. Britain Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ Telephone: Registered charity number: The oldest surviving Minute Book for Rawdon Friends was begun infive years before the Rawdon Meeting House was built, when Friends met for worship at the houses of local members.

The Women’s Minute Book started at about the same time. It recorded the appointment of women Friends and the reports of those so appointed.

The oldest dissenting community still represented in Rawdon is the Friends or Quakers. There had been plans for a Meeting House as far back as when Stephen Marshall of Yeadon and Ann Grimshaw of Calverley (I cannot place her) had paid 20s. for a plot of land “lately enclosed from Common or Waste of Rawdon in a place called Benton Hill adjoining the lands of Thomas Hird and Abraham Bates”.

Rawdon was mentioned three times in the Domesday Book of At that time Rawdon along with Yeadon and Horsforth were surveyed as Terra Regis or lands belonging to the King. It is spelt in three different forms, Roudon, Rowdon and Rowden.

Prominent Early Quakers in Rawdon. which is less than a mile from Rawdon, the location of Edward. book, - Sufferings: Records of sufferings, - Petitions to judges and other papers relating to sufferings, - Vol. listing ecclesiastical prosecutions, - Letters and papers relating to the case of the Lothersdale prisoners, - Lothersdale prisoners’ stock accounts, -and cash book File Size: KB.

Rawdon Community Library has been selected as one of the Co-op’s Local Causes until summer When Co-op members shop at the Co-op, 1% of what they spend on selected Co-op branded products and services goes to support local causes through our Local Community Fund.

Members can choose a local cause that they want their 1% to support. Leeds Quakers - Rawdon Amnesty Concerts. Central Yorkshire Area Meeting 11 November 10 am - 4 pm at Ackworth School/Quaker Meeting House Helping seekers find Quakers – being worth the finding.

We welcome all members and attenders of CYAM to our morning “in-reach”. Quaker Sources Compiled from the Family History Library Catalog and Rawdon: alphabetical list of burials, & memorial inscriptions in the burial ground, Wharfedale Family History Group.

Quakers & railways. Sissions Book Trust. York, Eng. c H2meh. Quakers and their schools () [ Edu 5/10] by the Friends Joint Schools Committee also offers a summary on Quakers and education.

LSF has several printed or typescript works including lists of scholars. These are usually arranged alphabetically, by year of entry to the school (but may have only perfunctory indexes), and a few lists are.

4 bed end terrace house for sale in Quakers Lane, Rawdon, Leeds LS19, selling for £, from William H Brown - Yeadon. See property details on Zoopla or browse all our range of properties in Quakers Lane, Rawdon, Leeds LS The third volume is Quakers and Education: As Seen in Their Schools in England, written in the s by W.

Stewart, a non-Friend, as a doctoral dissertation. Undoubtedly there were many factors that contributed to the early interest of seventeenth-century Quakers in education. Rawdon is also home to a Quaker meeting house built in[15] and the Trinity Church (Baptist, Methodist, United Reform). This is housed in the former Benton Congregational Church (), being renamed in by the three groups who now share it.

[15] Notable residents. Rawdon is the home town of cricketers Brian Close and Hedley Verity. [16]. Use Zoopla to view property details for Littlemoor House Quakers Lane Rawdon Leeds LS19 6HU including a current value estimate, local information, birdseye views and more. The backcountry had yet to evolve into a uniform society.

Of the national groups the Scotch-Irish were the most numerous. Disliked by others, they were aggressive, courageous, emotional, fiercely intolerant, hard-drinking, and in many cases inclined to indolence.Discover Doan Outlaw Graves in Doylestown, Pennsylvania: The final resting place of two members of the infamous Doan gang, notorious outlaws and Revolutionary War Loyalists.Media in category "Rawdon, West Yorkshire" The following files are in this category, out of total.

Ackworth Avenue - Harrogate Road - - jpg × ; KBInstance of: village, civil parish.