Thesaurus Term/Concept: FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE

Identifier 70107
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A place of worship for members of the Religious Society of Friends, often known as Quakers. The Religious Society of Friends is a denomination founded by George Fox in c.1650 who believed in passivist principles and a rejection of the sacrament.

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Instances/Examples (11)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR11865 Former Cottage and Friends Meeting House, Chapel Street, Monyash (Listed Building)
Monument Type MDR13484 Friends' Meeting House (site of), Saltergate, Chesterfield (Monument)
Monument Type MDR11927 Friends' Meeting House, Chapel Lane, Bakewell (Listed Building)
Monument Type MDR12732 Friends' Meeting House, Chapel Street, Fritchley, Crich (Building)
Monument Type MDR13382 Friend's Meeting House, Toadhole Furnace, Shirland and Higham (Building)
Monument Type MDR12298 Friends' Meeting House, Willow Stream, Low Leighton (Building)
Monument Type MDR12629 Hall, Jackson Tor Road, Matlock Bank, Matlock Town (Building)
Monument Type MDR12846 Heanor Christian Centre, Hand's Road, Heanor (Building)
Monument Type MDR12337 Old Chapel House, Uttoxeter Road, Foston & Scropton (Building)
Monument Type MDR5733 Quaker burial ground and meeting house (site of), Breach Farm, Codnor Breach, Denby (Monument)
Monument Type MDR11499 Society of Friends Meeting House, St Helen's Street, Derby (Building)