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Nottingham Monthly

Oxford

Set up as a Monthly meeting in 1730 by Chester Quarterly, having been a indulged meeting under Concord, than a meeting for worship in 1715 under Newark (Kennett) and then under New Garden Monthly from 1718. It became part of Concord Quarterly in 1800 and transferred to Baltimore Yearly in 1819, becoming part of the newly established Nottingham Quarterly. 

By 1736, the Mottingham Monthly Meeting was made up of East and West Nottingham Preparatives, Deer creek Preparative and Bush River Preparative.

At the time of the Separation, the Orthodox branch was renamed Nottingham and Little Britain and withdrew from Baltimore Yearly in 1854, becoming part of the Primitive Friends and laid down in 1890. The modern day Nottingham Monthly Meeting is Oxford.

The component meetings under Nottingham were East Nottingham Preparative, Little Elk Indulged, West Nottingham Preparative, Octoraro Indulged and Oxford Indulged.

Modern day Nottingham Monthly is housed in the red brick meetinghouse originally used by the Oxford Indulged group, and as a result the group is often referred to as the Oxford Friends.

Brick Worship Group

Parent Meeting: 

The Brick Worship group meets for worship on the first and third First Dys of each month at the Brick Meetinghouse in Calvert, Maryland. The meeting is under the care of Nottingham Monthly.

East Nottingham Preparative (historic)

East Nottingham (Brick)
Existence Date Range: 
1705 start

Location

Little Elk

Little Elk
Existence Date Range: 
1825-1886
Parent Meeting: 

Octoraro Meeting (historic)

Octoraro
Existence Date Range: 
1823-1911

Location

Oxford Indulged (historic)

Oxford
Existence Date Range: 
1876-1937
Parent Meeting: 

West Nottingham Preparative (historic)

West Nottingham
Existence Date Range: 
1710 - late 1800's?

Location