Our Quaker Friends of Ye Olden Time: Being In Part A Transcript Of The Minute Books of Cedar Creek Meeting, Hanover County, And the South River Meeting, Campbell County, Virginia - J. P. Bell. A history of the Quakers in Virginia, plus a wealth of genealogical material from the early 1700s to the Civil War. Contains births and deaths; marriages; removals; disownments; and letters of confession and condemnation. The Appendices include a history of the religion; doctrines held by the Society of Friends; prominent families (Davis, Jordan, Lynch, Clark, Moorman and Terrell); the colonial church; and the diary of John B. Crenshaw (1861-1865), who lived near Richmond and was often called upon to aid Friends and Dunkards who were drafted or conscripted into the Southern army. (1905), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 304 pp.