The Life and Labors of Elias Hicks: By Henry W. Wilbur
Friends' General Conference Advancement Committee, 1910 - 242 pages
Elias Hicks was born 19 March 1748 in Hempstead on the North side of Long Island, New York and was the fifth child born to John and Martha Smith Hicks. He married Jemima Seaman 2 January 1771 and they lived in Jericho, New York. Although Elias worked as a carpenter and surveyor, he began his life as a minister in New York ca. 1778 and traveled all over the New England states to preach his sermons in the meeetings of the Friends. Elias died in the year 1830.
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The Life and Labors of Elias Hicks; By Henry W. Wilbur
Henry Watson Wilbur,General Books
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