Brethren Archive Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.

  • 14 days ago   [Post]

    Recollections of an Evangelist, by Robert Gribble

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  • one month ago   [Post]

    A Reminiscence of the Irish Revival, 1859-63

    Montage picture that shows many of those involved in the work.
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  • one month ago   [Post]

    Photo of Many Prominent 'Grant' Brethren

    Very interesting photo that shows many of the well known American Brethren.
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    Charles Hargrove; Reminiscences of a Brethren Upbringing in the 1840's

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    Clapton Hall

    Reading the intro to the T. Shuldham Henry book I just put up, I thought I would look a bit into "Clapton Hall". The hall was build for the Brethren by John Morely, and opened in 1880 in the area called Upper Clapton. For those who don't know London this is in a northern suberb of the city, now probably described as part of Stoke Newington
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  • one month ago  

    Interesting 1889 Newspaper Clipping about Excommunication of a Young Lady

     

    Mr George Scott was listed as the corresponding brother for this assembly in Scotland in the 1882 address list in the History Section.

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    Volume of Fry Collection Now Available Online

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  • 2 months ago   [Post]

    Website's 5th Birthday!!

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  • 3 months ago   [Post]

    Gospel Vehicles

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  • 5 months ago   [Post]

    Model of the Newberry Temple

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  • one year ago   [Post]

    Fascinating Acquisition! - Manuscript Notebooks of the 1831 Powerscourt Conference

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    Grave hunting in South Plainfield

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  • 2 years ago   [Post]

    Two Plaques in Tottenham

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  • 2 years ago   [Post]

    A Visit to Tunbridge Wells

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  • 2 years ago   [Post]

    "‘Brethren’ and the Brethren Movement or Philadelpia" by Douwe Scheepsma

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  • 4 years ago   [Post]

    William McCrea's Contribution in the House of Commons Debate on (sic) 'Same Sex Marriage'

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  • 4 years ago   [Post]

    Grave of Edward Cronin

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  • 4 years ago   [Post]

    A Grave Hunt in New York

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  • 4 years ago   [Post]

    A Visit to West Norwood Cemetery

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  • 5 years ago  

    Exhortation to the Gopel

    "Do not let the most glorious hapiness which can be enjoyed on earth, a share in the joy of your Lord over rescued souls, be scarcely known to you. Pray, wrestle, believe; and in the might of an indwelling God, labour to thin the numbers of hell, and to fill up the ranks of the hosts of heaven." 

    Extracted form "A Light for The Line or, The Story of Thomas Ward" by Catherine Marsh

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  • 5 years ago   [Post]

    "No persons of good character will be admitted"

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  • 5 years ago  

    William Kelly, Comment on the 'brethren'

    "I cannot but believe God raised up brethren to recall themselves and their fellows to these truths in all their necessary consequences practically.  It is also my sad conviction that some lifted up with pride have brought these ver truths into all kinds of confusion" (Bible Treasury, New Series Vol 6, Page 87)

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  • 5 years ago   [Post]

    Theatre Preachings and Tea Meetings in the South of London - 1865

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  • 5 years ago  

    Short extraact from 'Cruisings' (John Blackmore) in relation to Mr Wigram and Mr Darby

    The late and highly-esteemed brother G.V.W. said that he liked to have the single fish (Matt. iv. 19); for single combat compels the saint to draw largely upon the only true source of strength, and is oft times more efffectual than ordinary preaching.
    The late and much-beloved brother, J.N.D., felt an interest in the work, sent cases, and gave of his substance.  He hoped brethren would help.
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  • 5 years ago   [Post]

    Needle Women and Factory Girls

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  • 5 years ago   [Post]

    "A Successful Cruise"

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    The London by Moonlight Mission

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  • 5 years ago   [Post]

    My Favourite Poem - "The Finding" by Henry Suso

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  • 5 years ago   [Post]

    Welcome to my Website

    Hello and Welcome
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