A testimony from the monthly meeting of Friends of Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire

concerning Job Thomas ..

Publisher: London printed, Philadelphia re-printed for Kimber & Conrad in Philadelphia

Written in English
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  • Thomas, Job, -- ca. 1750-1807,
  • Memorial service

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15072
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination7 p
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Open LibraryOL15092636M

Ancestors of Mary Pyle Generation No. 1 1. Mary Pyle, born Abt. in Concord Township, Chester Co. (that part now in Delaware Co.), PA; died Abt. in Haw River area of Alamance Co., NC. She was the daughter of 2. Nicholas Pyle III and 3. Sarah Worrilow. She married (1) John Newlin, Jr. 13 Sep in. Preparing & Delivering Testimony for Committee Hearings 5 providing testimony on specific bills. Testimony is typically taken at the committee level. Committee meetings are generally conducted according to a modified version of Robert’s Rules of Order. Committees typically involve members in the House, and members in the Senate. The second meeting of the Committee, in March , also comprised a public hearing. The committee heard testimony from various constituencies and interested parties at this hearing. The following people testified during this meeting: Sally White and Sue Whitman, IONA Senior Services. Marsha Greenfield, Consumers United for Assisted Living (CUAL). “At Nottingham Monthly Meeting held the 25 day of the 1st month The Friends appointed about Archibald Job and sons, that they have fulfilled their charge to them and no alteration appearing in their disposition they have prepared a testimony against them which after reading and approved and signed by the Clerk and Thomas Churchman and.

(from the Llanstephan Vestry Book, Louise Davies notes. Louise Davies () of Llansteffan, formerly of Ffynnonau, was a dedicated local historian long before the advent of internet resouces. Over many years, she collected data on farms and families in the sea-end of the Llansteffan peninsula between Llangain and Llansteffan.   Records of the Monthly Meeting in the early s reveal that the Meeting House and the stable were ‘in a state of general decay, the roof being partly uncovered The Meeting House is untenanted; one end of the stable affords shelter to the old woman who quitted the Meeting House when the roof fell in ’xiii Paul Starbuck was to report in. Came back and then I went to read the Hand book of reference. April 27 - At Cardiff. Went down to town, Brother Williams, Brother Ellis and myself and ordered a suit of clothes a piece. April 28 - At Cardiff fine day. I was in Sunday School in the morning and in testimony meeting at p.m. Also meeting . The great South Wales coalfield, one of the largest in the kingdom, covers the greater part of Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire, the south-eastern corner of Carmarthenshire, and a small portion of south Pcmb. jkeshire, and the quahty of its coal is especially suitable for smelting purposes and for use in steamships.

  Testimony – Margot Saunders, National Consumer Law Center 3 calls relating to an emergency or to collection of a debt owed to the United States.4) The elegance of this construct is that it gives us—the people being called-- control over our own phones. “As early as , the Friends residing at Lewes held meetings after the manner of their sect and in June a Weekly Meeting was established at the house of Cornelius Wiltbank. Members of that family, the Fishers, Miers, and some others constituted this meeting, which was attached to the Camden Monthly Meeting (in Kent County, Delaware).”.   Testimony of Dora Leong Gallo President & Chief Executive Officer A COMMUNITY OF FRIENDS to the Financial Services Committee U.S. House of Representatives “Examining the Homelessness Crisis in Los Angeles” Field Hearing - Aug Introduction Madam Chair and members of the Committee, I am honored to have been invited on behalf of A. lege on J President Eisenhower told the students: ‘‘Don’t join the book burn-ers. Don’t think you are going to conceal faults by concealing evidence that they ever existed. Don’t be afraid to go in your library and read every book as long as any document does not offend our own ideas of decency. That should be the only censor-.

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Monthly Meeting of Friends of Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire. Testimony from the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire concerning Job Thomas, late of Penywain in the said County of Carmarthen, deceased.

Murray, Lindley, Duty and benefit of a daily perusal of the Holy Scriptures in families. pages. M->CREATEDA Testimony from the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Carmarthenshire And Glamorganshire Concerning Job Thomas, Late of Penywain in the Said County of Carmarthen, Deceased, Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire Monthly Meeting (Society of Friends), Society of Friends.

Carmarthenshire Monthly Meeting,Quakers, 7 pages. On 3 rd February at one of the monthly Association Meeting in Carmarthenshire Harris raised the question of the need of a poet to set the truths of the gospel into song in the same way as Charles Wesley was doing in the English Methodist movement.

Each man was invited to write a hymn and submit it to the others for assessment to see. A force of artillery is hourly expected; and indeed, the report is credited in well-informed circles, that ere long there will be nearly a thousand soldiers in Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire.

The service is not uninteresting or unexciting in these picturesque districts at present; but when winter comes on, if Rebecca do not go off her evil.

Testimony of the Friends of the Health Resources and Services Administration. Submitted for the record to the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies.

Concerning the Health Resources and Services Administration. April 3, Friends of HRSA is a non-partisan coalition of. South Wales Ministry and Oversight Committee minutes book DSF// Carmarthenshire Monthly Meeting DSF/ Friends Home Service Committee DSF// London Yearly Meeting DSF/ Merioneth and Montgomeryshire Monthly Meeting DSF/ Wales yearly, half-yearly and quarterly meetings, ; North Wales quarterly meetings, ; South Division of Wales yearly, half yearly and quarterly meetings, ; South Wales ministry and oversight committee, ; Carmarthenshire and Glamorgan / South Division of Wales monthly meeting, ; Cardiff elders' and overseers' meetings, ; Cardiff.

According to the minute of Salem Monthly Meeting about Collins (Memorials of Deceased Friends of New England Yearly Meeting, Providence,50ff.) he was born inlived at Lynn, Massachusetts, was called to the ministry in his twenty-seventh year, visited the Middle States for the last time inand died in - Testimony is a derivative source of knowledge from induction and perception etc.

- Testimony is justified on the basis of induction because we observe the conjunction of reports with facts - same as before but only if the hearers have non-testimonial reasons to accept testimony is reliable (global version) or that this instance of.

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Glamorganshire Canal Co Cardiff, Carmarthen Society of Friends Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire Carmarthenshire and Carmarthenshire Monthly Meeting Carmarthenshire Carmel Congregational Chapel, Bonvilston Bonvilston, Glamorgan. See a testimony from the Monthly Meeting concerning her.

'Binns notebook' MARTHA WILLIAMS, of Neath, in Glamorganshire, was the daughter of John and Abigail Binns, of Carleton Biggin, near Skipton, in Yorkshire, and was born in the Fifth month, She was educated in Friends' principles, but in her youth was prone to vanity.

Voices from the Woodlands, descriptive of Forest Trees, Ferns. hamu An account of the convincement, exercises, services and. Nid yw statws neu berchnogaeth hawlfraint yr adnodd hwn yn hysbys.

8 articles on this Page Hide Articles List. 8 articles on this Page. She was at various times drawn, in the love of the Gospel, to visit Friends in other parts of the nation ; having, with the concurrence of her Monthly Meeting, twice attended the Yearly Meeting in Dublin, and some other meetings in Ireland, and once the Half- Year's Meeting of Wales ; as well as the meetings of Friends in many of the English.

Important Meeting. A large meeting of farmers, freeholders, miners, and inhabitants from the several parishes of Llanguick, Llandilo, Llangadock, and Bettws, was held on a common, Bryn Cwm Llynfell, situate on the border of three counties, viz., Glamorganshire, Brecnockshire, and Carmarthenshire, on Friday, the 22 nd September, In Farmer obtained a certificate giving the Thaxted Quaker Monthly Meeting’s blessing on his idea of travelling to ‘severall parts of England.” iii.

Certificate for John Farmer to travel in the ministry, dated 24th of 2nd mo (24th April ) Essex Record Office – A Box 47 Bundle F5.

North Wales QM (Merionethshire, Montgomeryshire/Dolobran, Shropshire): B, M, D (Church records for the society of Friends. Monthly Meeting of Merioneth and Montgomeryshire, # Item )(no earlier listed). Quakers. The few Quakers living in the parish of Llandybie usually went to worship in Llandeilo fawr[see that parish].

In a monthly meeting was held in "Llandebea" and in the records of that meeting we read about one John Morgan expressing a desire to join the Society. Beginning in early s, family began migrating to Ohio (Highland County - Fairfield Monthly Meeting of Friends), ending up in Indiana (Randolph County) by the mids.

My grandfather, Oko Otway Thornburg was the son of John Maurice ("Maurice") Thornburg and Matilda Thornburg (his cousin). Mr J. Lloyd Morgan and Mr Bowen Rowlands visited Newcastle-Emlyn, on Friday, and ad- dressed a joint meeting of the electors of Cardiganshire and of West Carmarthenshire, at Adpar Board School.

This a small building, and would appear singularly inadequate to accom- modate the forces of both constituencies but, small as it was, the room was not.

/8 (11 th day, 11 th month - Radnor Monthly Meeting: “The friends formerly Bound for five pounds this meeting Lent Row’d Powell brought the money to this meeting to discharge the Bond and is Lodged with Robert Jones till further orders and the Bond ordered to Delivered up.” (page ) This Radnor Monthly Meeting date was the one.

Wales Daily Life Records. Bibliography. Wales – A catalogue of the manuscripts relating to Wales in the British Museum Biography. Wales – Casgliad o hen farwnadau Cymreig, yn dal cysylltiad a chyfunder y Methodistiaid Wales – A description of England and Wales, containing a particular account of each county: with its antiquities, curiosities, situation, figure, extent, climate, rivers.

The church of Glynogwy was handed over to the region of the Monthly Meeting of West Glamorgan in the yearbut he kept his membership of the Monthly Meeting of the East until his death. 4 REVD. DAVID DAVIES.

Another minister who was connected to Glynogwy was the Revd. David Davies, Llanelli, Brecon after that - a brother of the late Revd. Society of Friends, Quakers, Kelso Monthly Meeting -- a brief history: Friends were meeting near Kelso in at Stichill.

A meeting house existed at Kelso from early in the s. The meeting was discontinued in though the meeting house continued in possession of the Friends until demolished in There was a burial ground. Type one or more words into a search box and hit Enter or click the Search button.

If you type multiple words, search results includes pages which feature any of the words (pages with multiple and rare words are ranked higher).: 3. The next record of the Thomas Griffith family appears in the Warrington Monthly Meeting records when Thomas' wife, Eve, finally joins the Society of Friends.

"Eve Griffith requests at this Meeting to be received into membership, which after consideration is granted." Thomas Griffith produced a certificate from Sadsbury. Carmarthenshire. CARMARTHENSHIRE, a maritime county of South Wales, bounded on the west by Pembrokeshire, on the north by Cardiganshire, on the east by Brecknockshire, on the south-east by Glamorganshire, and on the south side by the broad estuary of.

After a few months going around the district ‘on trial’, Roberts was accepted by the monthly meeting on May 25th. He now had to pass the Provincial Exam that was to take place in August. Robert’s was concerned during the time of study for these exams, because more often than not he found the desire to pray stronger than the desire to study.

Monthly Meetings: he several times visited, with the con­ currence of his friends, the meetings and families in his own Quarterly Meeting, as weU as parts of \Varwiekshire, Buckinghamshire and N orthamptonshire.

He was once engaged in like manner in Worcestershire and Gloucester­ shire, and on other occasions he Yisited the meetings in. Excerpts from secret testimony before Sen Joseph R McCarthy's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations in early 's; those questioned were Col Chester T Brown of Army, Army Counsel John G Adams.The side of Carmarthenshire bordering on Glamorganshire^ is mainly distinguished forthe bold eminences of the My/iydd Du, or Black Mountains {YFan—\X\Q highest point—2, feet above the sea), and the pretty valleys of the Gwendraeth Faivr and GweiidraethFach, the former rising in the hills near Llandebie, the latter near Penrhiw-goch.

In September Farmer was at the Philadelphia yearly meeting where he told the assembled Friends that he wanted to spend more time with the Native Americans and he received a Certificate of Unity from the Philadelphia Friends and received help and translators to hold meetings in Pennsylvania and share his testimony of the story of Jesus.