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Quaker Meeting House & Burial Ground, Eaglesfield


The former Friends Meeting House (Quakers) in Eaglesfield was built in 1711. The adjacent Quakers Burial Ground is even older and is surrounded by a wall dated 1693.[1] The meeting house was sold in 1979 and converted into a dwelling.[2] The former meeting house is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. The walls around the burial ground are seperately Grade II listed.

Eaglesfield 1711 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Dean Civil Parish Quakers
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FRIENDS' MEETING HOUSE - Eaglesfield - List Entry
- "Friends' Meeting House now private house. Inscribed over entrance JOHN BARN GAVE 40£ TO BUILD THIS HOUSE 1711; WITH C20 restoration. Painted roughcast walls, under rebuilt graduated greenslate roof with ...

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WALL AROUND BURIAL GROUND OF FRIENDS' MEETING HOUSE - Eaglesfield - List Entry
- "Friends' burial ground wall now garden wall. Dated 1693 over entrance. Limestone rubble. Low wall with irregular rubble coping and side plank door, enclosing garden on 3 sides and joining ...

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List number: 1145170
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY0932528034

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