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Mary Dudley


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Mary Dudley was born Mary Stokes. She was a Methodist who had contact with John Wesley. Around 1779, Mary Stokes began attending an occasional Friends' Meeting and about a year later she made her affiliation with Friends formal. Mary was a school teacher and Quaker minister. In 1828 she wrote 'Scripture evidence of the sinfulness of injustice and oppression'[Vol. 510/8].

With kind permission of ''The Library of the Religious Society of Friends'.

16th Jan 2008 by Diane Earl

Citizenship, History

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