Category: New Garden Monthly Meeting, Greensboro, North Carolina

Categories: Guilford County, North Carolina, Religious Institutions | Greensboro, North Carolina | Quaker Meetings, North Carolina | North Carolina Yearly Meeting

See also Category: New Garden Friends Cemetery, Greensboro, North Carolina

The Quaker meeting played a major role in the European settlement of the county, and numerous Quakers still live in the county. New Garden Friends Meeting, established in 1754, still operates in Greensboro. - Wikipedia

  • New Garden Friends Meeting: New Garden Friends Meeting traces its roots to 1754 when Quaker settlers in the area established a regular gathering for worship. Prior to forming New Garden Meeting, Friends in this community had to travel many miles to attend First Day worship at Cane Creek Friends or other Meetings to the east.
  • William Wade Hinshaw, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, I, (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edward Brothers Inc, 1936), 577, Hathi Trust Digital Library (http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015002304221?urlappend=%3Bseq=516 : accessed 10 July 2016).

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  • Abel Knight 1715 Bucks County, Pennsylvania - 12 Nov 1803
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