Quaker Meetings Held in Leicestershire

Quaker meetings were held by Seekers members, a Puritan Separatist group who gathered to hear the preaching of George Fox beginning in 1649 near Leicestershire, England. Fox had experienced revelation concerning the presence of God as the “inward Light” within people which needed no mediation from ministers or organized churches. The congregations formed assemblies known as Society of Friends. The term “Quakers”was given as means of ridicule.

Date:
      1649
Name(s):
      George Fox
Occupation:
      Preacher
Location:
      Leicestershire, England

Additional Information:

  • A Suppressed Chapter in Quaker History – jstor
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  • on the topographical origins of the quakers | hbd chick
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  • QUAKERS – Harold B. Lee Library – BYU [PDF]
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  • Book of Discipline (Quaker) – Wikipedia
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  • The Quakers – Movies – The New York Times
    George Fox, founder of the Quaker movement, was a tormented man. … Over the next four years Fox wandered throughout England, often living … In 1649 he experienced his first imprisonment for rising in a crowded church in … Elders from those meetings met other county representatives at the Yearly or General Meeting.

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