Religion

Plan of the Tottenham Quakers' Meeting House with a branch of the Moselle nearby - Copyright: Religious Society of Friends in Britain

Quakers' Meeting House in Tottenham

The 'plan' image was first published in “The Quakers of Tottenham 1775-1825” by Rita Collie in 1978 (by Edmonton Hundred Historical Society; and reprinted in 2007); it originated from the Friends...

Local History, Quakers, Religion, River Moselle, Tottenham, Visible Moselle

Brook Street Chapel, Tottenham - Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

History of the Brook Street Chapel

"A group of around eight individuals who had seceded from the Quakers met in the house of a Mrs Sands in Stoney South (now Stoneleigh Road) from 1838, and the Brooks Street Meeting House was...

Brook Street Chapel, Bruce Castle Museum & Haringey Archive Service, Local History, Quakers, Religion, Tottenham, Tottenham Civic Society

Brook Street Chapel, Tottenham

The Tottenham Memorandum

"Displayed in the Chapel is the Tottenham Memorandum, which was produced at the time of the division of the movement into open and exclusive factions - the Memorandum shows that Brook Street...

Brook Street Chapel, Local History, Quakers, Religion, Tottenham