Kenneth S. P. Morse20th Century Convinced Plain Friend
Photo of Ida Chamness and Kenneth Morse, 1944
(See Memorial for Ida Chamness (1867-1952), Quaker minister, written by Kenneth Morse.)
Some of his Testimonies to the Truth
See also Ancient Worthy Elizabeth Stirredge.
AND now Friends, so many Monthly Men's Meetings as you have in your County, you may have so many Monthly Women's Meetings; and if once a year, at least, you had a General Women's Meeting; it would be well (for in some Counties they have as many Quarterly Women's Meetings as Mens) and in others they have only two in the Summer-time, because the Ways are foul and Days short in Winter. . . .
. . . And that all Friends, who are not already provided, nay speedily procure convenient ...
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