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Rowland Greene (1770-1859) was born in 1770 In Warwick, Rhode Island, the son of Thomas and Sarah (Wickes) Greene. Greene became a convinced Quaker at the age of 25, and was acknowledged a minister in 1803. In addition to his involvement in the Society of Friends, Greene was a practicing physician. Greene married Susanna Harris and the couple had 13 children. Greene died on August, 18, 1859, in Cranston, Rhode Island.
This collection is comprised of ten handwritten journals of Rowland Greene. Entries largely focus on religious visits Greene made throughout New England, as well as Quaker meetings he attended, social calls, family news, deaths within the Quaker community, and passages of religious reflection.
Processed by Kara Flynn; completed August, 2015.
- Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections
- Finding Aid Author
- Kara Flynn
- Finding Aid Date
- August, 2015
- Access Restrictions
The collection is open for research use.
- Use Restrictions
Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).
This volume descibes Greene's religious visit to Boston and throughout Massachusetts, and includes a discussion of the Hicksite seperation.
This volume describes Greene's religious visits to families in New York and New Hampshire.
This volume describes Greene's religious visits in New York and Pennsylvania.
This volume includes an account of Greene's visits to North Carolina and Virginia, for their respective Yearly Meetings, accompanied by James N. Fry.
This volume includes accounts of the death and funeral of Phebe Congdon, the funeral of Maria Hudson Harris, the funeral of Lydua Hudson, and a visit from Samuel H. Tobey to Plainfield.
This volume contains an account of the sickness, death and funeral of Nicholas Congdon and of Sarah Clapp.
This volume contains an account of a sermon given by R. Mott, and describes the death of Greene's daughter, Freelove Greene. Entries also describe a visit from Eli and Sybil Jones to Cranston meeting.
A single folder of materials related to the donation of the Rowland Greene journals, including a letter addressed to Allen C. Thomas, and an index of the materials donated.Physical Description