QUAKER CALENDAR CHANGES Up to and including 1751 the Julian calendar was used in England, Wales, Ireland and the British colonies overseas. In these places the year officially began on 25 March. As an example, 24 March 1750 was followed
THE QUAKER CALENDAR The following information was reproduced from The Quaker Library Guide 6 Many users of Quaker records find that the way in which Quakers dated letters, minutes and other documents, particularly before 1752, poses problems. THE ENGLISH YEAR
QUAKER COMMUNITIES IN ALBEMARLE From The Hill Family of Chowan County North Carolina By Anne L. McCarthy The land configurations of Albemarle made the area attractive and accessible. Laced with small streams, creeks, and deep rivers, the easy access by water
Source: Year Book – Volume 2 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, N.C. Edited by John Elliott Wood (1958).