ArchivesLinks to archives by category can be found below on this page. References for John Fletcher's Published Works and Mary Bosanquet Fletcher's Published Works are on separate pages devoted to each.
Madeley Parish Records
The Fletcher Library(These
are links to archives that have books which originally belonged to the
Fletchers or to Mary Tooth. A complete and annotated catalogue of the
Fletcher Library with a critical introduction by David R. Wilson,
forthcoming in published form).
- The largest part of the Fletchers' and Miss Tooth's extant library is held as part of the printed book collections at the Methodist Archives at the John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
The books of the Fletcher Library are indexed in non-digital form in an
actual card catalogue at the Rylands or by searching the online libary catalogue for references with call numbers beginning with "MAW Fl".
- Fletcher's 'Pulpit Bible' is at the Methodist Archives and History Center, Rose Memorial Library, Drew University, Madison, NJ, USA.
- One volume is held by the Lovely Lane Museum, Baltimore, MD, USA.
- Several volumes previously owned by the Fletchers are at the Shropshire Archives, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, UK.
- Several volumes previously owned by the Fletchers are in the Arthur Skevington Wood Archives at Cliff College, Calver, UK.
- Two volumes previously owned by the Fletchers were recently acquired by the Center for Methodist Studies, Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA.
- One volume is held by the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK.
- Additional volumes are in the Attingham House library, Atcham, Shropshire, UK.
Manuscripts Related to The Fletchers and/or Madeley
of the key documents relating particularly to John Fletcher's early
ministry in Madeley and his relationship with the Quakers in his parish
is the Manuscript Journal of Abiah Darby, held by the Library of the Religious Society of Friends, London (Manuscript Reference: MS 310).