Religious Society of Friends

Religious Society of Friends Lisburn Meeting Library

Religious Society of Friends in Ireland

The Library collection at Lisburn Meeting comprises books on the history, doctrine and biographies of the Religious Society of Friends in Britain and Ireland. The Quakers first came to Ireland in 1655. Some of the books on the history and biographies of Friends (Quakers) are 19th century. The collection has been built up with the aim to "encourage the reading of literature which may reveal the way ...

Library of the Ulster Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

Craigavon Museum Services (Craigavon Historical Society)

The Library of the Ulster Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends held by Craigavon Museum Services is the second largest collection of its kind in Ireland. It was donated to the Museum Library by the Ulster Quarterly Collection of the Religious Society of Friends. The collection held in within the Philip B Wilson Library records the history of the Quakers in Ireland and further afie ...

Philip B Wilson Library

Craigavon Museum Services (Craigavon Historical Society)

The Philip B Wilson Library houses an extensive collection of over 2,000 volumes. Subjects covered include local history, church history, agriculture, archaeology, Irish Military history, transportation, architecture and many more. The library also includes the 700 volume collection of the Ulster Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. This collection, dating from the mid-seventeent ...