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A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 1, Bramber Rape (Southern Part)
private burying-grounds were in use in the 1660s and 1670s. 75 In 1678 ... burying-ground where c. 50 people were buried during the next 50 years. 77 ... to the establishment of a Quaker...
A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 4
Burying Ground' connected with the Stews. Its origin is unknown, but twenty ... for apprenticing the children of poor Quakers and for the relief of poor Quakers ... to the parish...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 9
They have a burying-ground in this parish, near the entrance of the Whitstaple road from St. Dunstan's cross; and there is another belonging to the Quakers near it.
Historical Account of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Including the Borough of Gateshead
commonly called Quakers, has existed in Newcastle since the time ... for the people of God, called Quakers, in Gateshead, nigh the tolbooth,
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1679-80
estate bought by Popham estate, the, the steward of Popish burying grounds ... of the Hampshire militia Q Quakers, the, the Lord Chancellor would not have Lady
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 8
and there was a restoration in 1891. The churchyard is first mentioned as a burying ground ... Christi Coll., Camb.) 1906 Frederick T. Wilcox, M.A. (Dur.) Quakers
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 14, Bampton Hundred (Part Two)
ordered a 'carriage' for carrying corpses 'to the burying ground'. 75 ... of activity, and by the 1670s Witney possessed Independent and Quaker meetings ... Presbyterians, Independents and...
Magna Britannia: Volume 5, Derbyshire
through some small inclosures (particularly in the Quakers burying-ground
Magna Britannia: Volume 3, Cornwall
at Roserrow and Trewornan, and another, with a spacious burying-ground ... to the quakers, who were formerly numerous here; it has been some time disused. ... of the Life and Sufferings of John Peters, a ...