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newporthistory.org/properties/great-friends-meeting-house/The use of the grounds of the Friends Meeting House by Europeans began in
1639 with the construction of Nicholas Easton's house, facing Farewell Street,
and other necessary barns, stables, and outbuildings. Easton's first house burned
in 1641, but he built another, which he bequeathed to Newport's Friends upon his
https://friendsoftheearth.uk/groups/newportWhen and Where. Come along to a meeting: We meet on the FIRST Tuesday of
the month at 7pm at Ye Olde Murrenger House pub on the High Street in Newport
city centre Map: http://www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?X=331003&Y=188282&A=
Y&Z=110. Also don't forget to check out our events and come along, or just get in
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https://www.smartrecovery.org.uk/meeting/family-friends-newport/all/All events for Family & Friends, Newport. It is highly recommended that where a
Facilitator has provided a contact number you phone prior to travelling to ensure
details are still correct. If you intend to bring somebody for support, please check
the meeting features as those that state "No Visitors" are only open to meeting ...
https://www.smartrecovery.org.uk/meeting/...friends-newport/2018-04-17/Details. Date: Tuesday, 17 April, 2018; Time: 14:30 - 15:30. Meeting Type ...
Originally the site of the first Friends' Meeting House before the congregation
moved it to its present site, the plot has served as Jamestown's Friends' Cemetery
since 1710. The well-preserved ... exhumed from their original Newport plots and
reinterred here in 1900 by a descendant, John Foster Carr, then owner of the