300-year-old Quaker records available online
Jan 12, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Irish Examiner
RECORDS of the Quakers in Limerick dating back more than 300 years were yesterday opened for public viewing on Limerick City Councila s website through a joint initiative by the city council and the Society of Friends.
Trying to locate a source that lists Philadelphia Quaker records and letters from the 1770's.
See that there is much info. How to hone in?
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