Quaker Records of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting: Virginia, 1739-1793

Quaker Records of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting: Virginia, 1739-1793

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Quaker Records of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting: Virginia, 1739–1793. Mary Marshall Brewer.

From the Introduction: “Friends of the Upper James River, under the care of Henrico Monthly Meeting, settled a meeting by Cedar Creek in Hanover County before 1722. In that year, Edward Mosby of Henrico was charged with the erection of a meeting house near the creek. In 1739 the Cedar Creek Particular Meeting and the Particular Meeting held in Caroline County were united to form a separate monthly meeting, known as Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting. It soon encompassed Friends living in the counties of Albemarle, Amelia, Bedford, Campbell, Caroline, Charles City (part) Goochland, Halifax, Hanover, Henrico, Louisa and Orange Counties and Richmond City.”

Marriages, births, and abstracts of minutes are included. An index to full-names and places adds to the value of this work.

(2002), 2019, 5½x8½, paper, index, 212 pp.  B4981 - $24.50