British Friendly Societies, 1750-1914

by Simon Cordery

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Written in English
Cover of: British Friendly Societies, 1750-1914 | Simon Cordery
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Subjects:

  • Economic history,
  • Social History,
  • Welfare & benefit systems,
  • c 1700 to c 1800,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • c 1900 - c 1914,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • British Isles,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Labor & Industrial Relations - General,
  • History / Great Britain,
  • History-Social History,
  • Political Science-Labor & Industrial Relations - General,
  • Fraternal organizations,
  • Friendly societies,
  • Great Britain,
  • History,
  • Public welfare,
  • Working class
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9396413M
ISBN 100333990315
ISBN 109780333990315

1. “friendly societies,” especially of artisans, for self-help were common 2. other skilled artisans sometimes wrecked machinery and burned mills 3. some joined political movements, aimed to enfranchise working-class men 4. trade unions were legalized in a. growing numbers of factory workers joined them b. fought for better wages and. Shepherds Friendly Society | Savings & Insurance. Simon Cordery, British Friendly Societies, Victorian Studies 46 (): Book manuscript on the scientific, cultural and monetary history of gold in Great Britain during the century before the gold rushes of “Money and the Problem of Value,” in Martin Hewitt (ed.), The Victorian World (forthcoming, Routledge). His first book, British Friendly Societies, , was published by Palgrave Macmillan in He subsequently published a biography of the American labor leader Mother Jones (University of New Mexico Press, ), and, in January , The Iron Road in the Prairie State: The Story of Illinois Railroading (Indiana University Press).

National Friendly is the trading name of National Deposit Friendly Society, a British friendly society providing financial products and services. It was formed in as the Surrey Deposit Friendly Society and is currently based in Queen Square, Bristol. Temperance societies, a movement founded in the United States, were formed throughout Britain during the 19 th century in response to what were felt to be the societal ills that were brought upon by drinking alcohol. Children also became involved in the movement, forming the Band of Hope in Leeds in , and the adult temperance societies organized outings and events in association with the. Start studying APWH Ch. Revolutions of Industrialization, Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Friendly society, mutual-aid organization formed voluntarily by individuals to protect members against debts incurred through illness, death, or old ly societies arose in the 17th and 18th centuries and were most numerous in the 19th century. Friendly societies had their origins in the burial societies of ancient Greek and Roman artisans.

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British Friendly Societies, [Cordery, S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. British Friendly Societies, Cited by: The first monograph on this topic sincethis book provides an innovative interpretation of the Friendly Societies in Britain from the perspectives on social, gender and political history.

It establishes the central role of the Friendly Societies in the political activism 1750-1914 book British workers, British Friendly Societies, About this book Introduction It establishes the central role of the Friendly Societies in the political activism of British workers, changing understandings of masculinity and femininity, the ritualised expression of social tensions and the origins of the welfare state.

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Simon Cordery's examination of British friendly societies is a long-overdue look into the origins, operations, social significance, and ultimately, decline and demise of one of the most significant contributions to nineteenth century economic, social development in.

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Abstract. This small book is designed to bridge a large gap. Inhistorian P. Gosden published The Friendly Societies in England, – 1 The intervening decades have witnessed numerous methodological and topical revolutions in British social history but virtually no advance beyond Gosden’s framework for the interpretation of friendly societies.

British Friendly Societies, – New York: Palgrave, Pp. xiii $ (cloth). ISBN Friendly societies, which loomed so large in the lives of Britain’s working population in the nineteenth century, have been surprisingly underutilized as a lens for viewing and assessing the course and character of social.

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British Society argues on the contrary that nineteenth-century British society was the extension of an earlier era whose main themes first appeared in the late seventeenth century and which continued to shape the social, economic and political history of the country until the end of the nineteenth century.

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F Registered in England Number Where Found. The National Archives (Series FS, Records of the Registry of Friendly Societies, relating to the regulation of friendly societies, building societies, loan societies, trade unions, and industrial and provident societies) County Record Offices (Rulebooks submitted to the Quarter Sessions and surviving society records including minute books, accounts, rulebooks, registers and press.

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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for British Friendly Societies, at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.2/5. The friendly planet: ‘Oddfellows’, networks, and the ‘British World’ c–* Arthur Downing All Souls College, Oxford, OX1 4AL, UK E-mail: [email protected] Abstract British clubs and societies spread around the English-speaking world in the long nineteenth century.

Simon Cordery's 8 research works with 48 citations and 54 reads, including: British Friendly Societies, Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp British Friendly Societies, av S Cordery på Simon Cordery, British Friendly Societies, Victorian Studies 46 (): Tom Baker and Jonathan Simon, eds.

Embracing Risk: The Changing Culture of Book manuscript on the cultural and monetary history of gold in Great Britain from through the gold rushes of Forthcoming, Oxford University Press, England and Wales was a member of a friendly society.

By the end of the 19th century, half of all adult males belonged to some kind of friendly society.4 The growth of these societies followed no set national 1 Simon Cordery, British Friendly Societies (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, ), 2 Cordery 3 Gosden 4 Cordery   The most popular in Victorian Britain were friendly societies.

Mutual aid and sharing risks. Although they have long roots, most British friendly societies were established in the s. Typically working-class men – there were relatively few working-class women in regular, well-paid jobs – would gather in the pub, chip in a few coins once.

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His first book, British Friendly Societies (published by Palgrave-Macmillan in ), is a study of the largest group of voluntary organizations in nineteenth-century Britain. friendly societies of working men can be traced back to the late 17th cent., but their rapid growth began about In return for a small weekly or monthly contribution paid into a common fund, they provided sickness and funeral benefits.

The members met monthly in a local public house to transact business and have a convivial time. Bio As something of a generalist I look for patterns and themes cutting across time and place.

My first book, British Friendly Societies, (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave-Macmillan, ), was a study of a surprisingly neglected subject, the voluntary associations by which working people in Victorian Britain protected themselves from financial disaster in times of sickness and death.

A.D. Buckley, ‘On the club: friendly societies in Ireland’, Irish Economic History 14 (1) (). Cordery, British friendly societies – (London, ).

D.E. Lynch, Friendly and Benefit Building Societies’ Commission: report of the Assistant Commissioners, Ireland and Wales (with Monmouth and Hereford) (London, ). Gosden, Peter Henry John Heather. The Friendly Societies in England –, Manchester: The University Press, General Medical Council.

Medical Register, –, London: General Medical Council. Goss & Co. Ægis of Life: a Non-medical Commentary on the Indiscretions Arising from Human Frailty, London: Sherwood. British Friendly Societies, (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave-Macmillan, ). Current Book Project “Iron Roads in the Prairie State: Illinois and the Railroad Industry, ”.48, "North-Eastern Friendly Societies Convalescent Home, Grange over Sands Lancashire, Management Committee, Sub-Committee, Building Committee Minute Book," 2.

The most reliable overviews of friendly societies are P.H.J.H. Gosden, The Friendly Societies in England,New York: Augustus M. Kelley, ; and Simon Cordery, British.British friendly societies, (Springer, ).

Fraser, Derek. The Evolution of the British Welfare State: A History of Social Policy since the Industrial Revolution (). Gazeley, I. Poverty in Britain (Palgrave ) Gilbert, Bentley B. "The British National Insurance Act of and the Commercial Insurance Lobby".