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The Committee for the Preservation of the Tuckahoe Neck Quaker Meetinghouse, an affiliate of the Caroline County Historical Society, has developed a fundraising drive to restore the meetinghouse.  It is the last such meetinghouse standing in Caroline County.

The Tuckahoe Neck Quaker Meetinghouse was built in 1802 by the Nicholites or “New Quakers”.  It was used by the Nicholites before and after they united with the Quakers of Talbot County.  The building was also used by the “Dunkers” as a place of worship and a school.

Phase one of the restoration in 2019 centered on restoring of the east façade and painting the south façade.

For more information, contact Jo Ann Staples at quakers@carolinehistory.org.

 

Join us to save this sacred place.

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