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Quaker Meeting Houses Lincolnshire

duckweed

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I've asked this elsewhere but nobody seems to know the answer. I want to find if some ancestors were quakers and am trying to find if there was a Meeting House within the community. I know there was one in the nearest town Gainsbrough but wondered if there was a small one either in Marton, Torksey or Kettlethorpe or one of the nearby villages which would be a sign of a Quaker Community. Anyone know of a list of the old Meeting houses in Lincolnshire?
 

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Sorry I've tried those and they don't seem to have a list of individual meetings. I think I will just have to ask at my local meeting if they know of a list. I know they have the present day list. There's also a 90 year old historian there so maybe he'll know. Thanks for your input anyway.
 

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