Browse through thousands of records from the Society of Friends (Quakers) in Ireland. The collection includes birth, marriage, burial, and congregational records. The images have been provided by the Ulster Friend Trustees and the Religious Society of Friends in Ireland Archives.
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The congregational records include a mixture of documents such as congregational lists, removal records, committee minister, deeds, and more. Each record should provide the following basic facts:
The first Quaker meeting in Ireland was held in 1654. The Religious Society of Friend gathered for worship at the home of William Edmundson in Lurgan, County Armagh. Quakers have contributed to all aspects of Irish society throughout history. Thousands of Irish men and women worked in Quaker-owned textile factories and mills. The Society of Friends assisted thousands through their relief work during the Great Famine.
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