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John Edward Southall (1855-1928)
John Edward Southall will be the topic of the forthcoming Eisteddfod Lecture given by Gethin Evans at Abergavenny in August.
“Southall wrote much about the Quaker way of life, e.g. Quakerism as a Factor in the World’s History , Quakerism as a Universal Religion , etc. He made a special study, both as individual and publisher, of the problem of the teaching of the Welsh language in both Welsh-speaking and English-speaking districts of the Principality”
Joseph Tregelles Price 1784 -1854 We have a reverse Welsh/English booklet about Joseph Tregelles Price. It celebrates the life of this Quaker ironmaster, humane employer and far-sighted champion of international peace.
Cadwalader Morgan was a Welsh Quaker in Pennsylvania who wanted to stop importing slaves. Cadwalader Morgan, a Quaker farmer who emigrated to Pennsylvania with his family aboard the “Morning Star” in 1683. He later wrote a letter objecting to slavery that seems to have been the starting point to American Quakers changing their attitude.
Thomas Wynne (1627 – 1692) Crynwr, Heddychwr a Chyfaill Willaim Penn – Booklets are available from the MFW administrator.