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Penruddock Presbyterian meeting-house

J. Hay Colligan

Penruddock Presbyterian meeting-house

by J. Hay Colligan

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Published by printed by Titus Wilson in Kendal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dissenters, Religious -- England -- Cumberland.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementby James H. Colligan.
    ContributionsColligan, J. Hay former owner.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 150-171,[2] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16172874M

    Newspaper Transcriptions - If your Cumberland or Westmorland ancestors made it into the newspapers - Births, Marriages, Deaths, Court Appearances anything . Islet of Sombrero—St. Thomas—Effects of the Hurricane. Leaving Southampton on the 16th of October, , we had a fair run across the Atlantic in the good steamship “ Douro,” and met with even fewer incidents than usual to dispel the monotony of the grumbled at some dirty weather in the Channel; we saw the Azores afar off by the lurid light of a stormy sunset; we watched a.

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Robert Yates and John Lansing were two dissenters who wrote a letter detailing their reasons for dissenting. Another dissenter of the Constitution was George Mason. The new meeting house was opened and a Sermon preached by one Mr. Kettilby minester at Potlebank Lancashire from those words 26 Isaiah 2 3 verses open ye the gates that the Rightious" Finding a minister proved more difficult.

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London city and the Parliament are crying out to. KENSINGTON. Name. In Doomsday-book this place is called Chenisitun; in other ancient records, Kenesitune and Kensintune. There is a meeting-house for presbyterian dissenters at Kensington, built in Penruddock, Knt.

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D. Brearley.The Grove Meeting House, Bradford on Avon is the oldest surviving non conformist chapel in the town. In the houses of John Holton and Francis Yerbury were registered for worship and in .