- 8 Apr/19 - Pickering MM Register Marr & Removals 1845 - 1874
- 5 Apr/19 - Pickering MM Register 1845-1908
- 27 Mar/19 - Pelham Prep Meeting 1802-79
- 13 Mar/19 - Pelham Monthly Mtg Women 1810-42
- 10 Mar/19 - Pelham Prep Women Mtg 1810-78
- 17 Feb/19 - Timothy Rogers Jr: Quaker to Slave Master:
his wife Phebe Royster and sister Martha Rogers and the slaves
emancipated to Liberia.
- 3 Feb/19 - Norwich Prep Women Mtg 1828-43
- 13 Dec/18 - Norwich Prep Meeting 1829-48
- 20 Nov/18 - Pelham Register Book B, Marr 1807-1906, Births 1739-1857 C-3-54
- 1 Nov/18 - Hugh W. Zavitz Diary, from 1874 to 1901
- 6 Oct/18 - Meetinghouse 9 mo 2018 - Our current newsletter
- 5 Oct/18 - Norwich Monthly Meeting 1834-52
- 30 Sept/18 - Norwich Monthly Meeting 1822-34
- 3 Aug/18 - Yonge St MM 1961-80 (Botsford)
- 3 Aug/18 - Nicholson Diary, 1896
- 3 Aug/18 - Fuller & Webster 1848 marriage & family
- 2 Aug/18 - Family of Comly Randall, settlers of Yonge St
- 2 Aug/18 - Memorial of Elenor Hughes 1825
- 1 Aug/18 - William Allen Memorial, Minister, 1898
- 1 Aug/18 - Memoir of Vincent Bowerman, 1870
- 1 Aug/18 - E.H. Marion Cronk Fonds, Letters 4-1
- 1 Aug/18 - E.H. Marion Cronk Fonds, Letters 4-2
- 1 Aug/18 - Marriage Cert Rogers & Cody 1856
- 1 Aug/18 - Yonge St MM Marriage Register 1937
- 1 Aug/18 - Charles Teffry Journal, c 1834
- 1 Aug/18 - Rogers Family Letters 1846-1914
- 1 Aug/18 - George Pollard Letters 1863-1889
- 1 Aug/18 - Population of Friends, Upper Canada, 1824
- 1 Aug/18 - West Lake HYM Treasurer Bk 1830-47
- 1 Aug/18 - Yonge St Register c1803-1866
- 1 Aug/18 - Pelham MM Register 1790-1856
- 1 Aug/18 - Pelham Monthly Meeting 1806-1834
- 27 Jul/18 - Pelham Monthly Meeting 1799-1806
- 27 Jul/18 - Norwich Preparative Mtg 1816-1829
- 26 Jul/18 - Halcyonia Monthly Meeting 1918-1935
- 26 Jul/18 - Halcyonia Monthly Meeting 1935-1965
- 26 Jul/18 - Halcyonia Monthly Meeting 1969-1983
- 26Jul/18 - Epistles to Fritchley Mtg, UK 1864-90
- 25 Jul/18 - West Lake MM 1880-1954
- 25 Jul/18 - Collingwood PMW 1895-1898
- 25 Jul/18 - Collingwood PMW 1883-1895
- 25 Jul/18 - Collingwood PMW 1871-1883
- 25 Jul/18 - Collingwood PM 1892-1899
- 25 Jul/18 - Collingwood PM 1871-1891
- 25 Jul/18 - Grey Monthly Meeting 1893-1898
- 24 Jul/18 - Norwich Monthly Meeting 1819-1822
- 21 Jul/18 - Lobo First Day School, 1931-56, Bk 4
- 21 Jul/18 - Lobo First Day School, 1905-30, Bk 3
- 21 Jul/18 - Canada Half Year, West Lake, Treasurer, 1830-50
- 21 Jul/18 - Canada Half Yearly Mtg, Orth, 1914-25
- 21 Jul/18 - Pelham Marriage Register 1817-1958
- 21 Jul/18 - Yonge St Marriage Register 1901-42 (Botsford)
- 21 Jul/18 - Yonge St MM 1950-60 (Botsford)
- 20 Jul/18 - Yonge St MM 1928-37 (Botsford)
- 20 Jul/18 - Yonge St MM 1938-42 (Botsford)
- 20 Jul/18 - Yonge St MM 1943-49 (Botsford)
- 18 Jul/18 - Norwich MM Book A, 1819-1842
- 27 Jun/18 - Lobo (Coldstream) Prep 1912-1938
- 25 Jun/18 - Lobo (Coldstream) Prep 1895-1912
- 24 Jun/18 - Lobo (Coldstream) Prep 1857-1895
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- The Meetinghouse - our newsletter since 2008.
- Canadian Quaker History Journal - since 1989.
- Newsletters from 1972 to 2005.
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- Early Quakers in the Bay of Quinte and Kingston area - Kingston Branch, OGS, Sat, 13 Apr 2019. Details to follow.
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The Canadian Quaker
Family History Project seeks to document the lives and experiences of
the thousands of descendants of Quaker settlers from the 18th century
onwards. A Testimonial, suitable for framing,
has been created to celebrate Quaker ancestors. More information soon.
which refers to a project to create a register of meeting houses
(surviving or otherwise) and significant other
buildings and locations that have a Quaker history.
objective of the Quaker Register is to document, recognize, and if
possible preserve, Quaker built heritage in
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