I’m giving a talk next Saturday, 9th July for the Irish Genealogical Research Society on Irish Quakers. It’s free and online. You can register here.
Some of you will know that I wrote my MA dissertation on Irish Quakers, who are a fascinating and quite distinct community. I’ll sharing some historical insights, talking about their amazing records and showing some great images.
The grumpy woman on the left is Dinah Goff (1783-1859), the youngest daughter of the family I worked on. She was born in Wexford but moved to Bristol towards the end of her life. The photo is courtesy of the Friends Historical Library.
Dinah Goff has extremely long fingers for tge size of her Hand.
Ha! You’re right. I think it’s a glove that’s too big for her.
Would you like to see a copy of the new second edition of our book, OUR QUAKER ANCESTORS?
Sounds interesting. Can you email me through my contact form please?
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