Posted on 11 July 2019
Firbank Fell Anniversary Meeting – Ann Newby Audland Camm, by Gil Skidmore, tells the story of a young Quaker woman.
The article comes from Gil’s blog Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones and was a talk she gave at the Firbank Fell anniversary meeting.
Gil is a retired librarian who describes herself as a Quaker who, “Writes and reads a lot and sometimes needs to make things.”
“I want to talk today about someone who may or may not have been here that day, although her husband certainly was. Someone who lived long enough to see great changes in the movement that began in 1652 and who outlived many of its founders, including George Fox.”
Images from stumblingstepping.blogspot.com/