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Box 8

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Contains 83 Results:

Parker, Joseph (Philadelphia) to Ferris, Benjamin, 1826 4mo 4

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ALS that informs Benjamin of the death of Thomas Parker, his father. Benjamin served his apprenticeship under Thomas Parker.

Dates: 1826 4mo 4

Pease, Frederick (Albany) to Ferris, Benjamin, 1856

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ALS with copy of short note from Ferris to Pease concerning religious books.

Dates: 1856

Peirce, John to Ferris, Benjamin, 1832 3mo 1

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ALS concerning appeal of Benjamin Webb to the Yearly Meeting

Dates: 1832 3mo 1

Pike, Mary (Byberry) to Ferris, Benjamin, 1855 8mo 2

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ALS. Henry Pike(1795-1889) and his wife, Mary (Walton) Pike (1792-1875) operated a boarding school for boys in Byberry, Pa. Henry was imprisoned during the War of 1812 as a conscientious objector. Mary was an acknowledged minister. See Series 2-B for correspondence concerning the Ferris sons' schooling.

Dates: 1855 8mo 2

Pike, Thornton (Philadelphia) to Ferris, Benjamin, 1842

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ALS. Thornton (1822-1885) was the son of Henry and Mary Pike; he transferred his membership to Philadelphia Monthly Meeting (H) in 1843 and married Elizabeth Justice, daughter of George M. Justice, in 1847.

Dates: 1842

Plummer, Joseph P. (Richmond) to Ferris, Benjamin, 1850 8mo 1

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ALS. Plummer was Clerk of Indiana Yearly Meeting, and he laments the reformist environment.

Dates: 1850 8mo 1

Poole, William to Jones, Ann (?), 1820

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Notes with religious sentiments, circa 1820, 5 pp with some sections missing. [Gift of Emma C. Bancroft, 1917, added to Ferris Collection at unknown later date.]

Dates: 1820