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Quakers in Politics
« on: Tuesday 13 April 21 21:09 BST (UK) »
The Quaker Family History Society is holding a free on-line Zoom meeting on Tuesday 20th April 2021 at 7p.m. BST (UTC+1)
with two talks on Quakers in Politics.

We are delighted to announce two very knowledgeable speakers ..
  • Kathryn Rix, ‘Petitioners, pioneering women, and parliamentarians: Quakers and the House of Commons in the nineteenth century’
  • Mark Frankel, ‘T. Edmund Harvey (1875-1955), politician of conscience’
The meeting will start at 7 pm BST, and each talk is expected to last between 30 and 40 minutes, with time for questions.
All are invited.
If you would like to attend please contact [email protected] to request the Zoom link giving your name and contact email
See https://qfhs.co.uk/public_html/events.htm
Thompsons (of Rothwell and Ackworth Yorkshire); Binns, Spence, Dougill (all Quakers); Langley (of Yaxley and Stilton Huntingdonshire and Wentworth, Yorkshire); Coopers (of Eakring, Notts.); Cock(c)roft (of Lancs. and Yorkshire); Marshall (of Derbyshire); Alp and Mills (of Beccles Suffolk)