In the original Mackinac Register these are scattered through the register, in the neighborhood of entries on other subjects. They are here brought together under one head. July 22, 1787,1 after invoking the enlightenment of the Holy Ghost, we, the undersigned, elected by a majority of votes, as church wardens of the church of Ste.
The first church in Marblehead was built in 1649. “From the earliest records of this town, it appears that as early as 1648, when ‘the Plantation,’ as it was called, contained forty-four families, there was preaching among them by Mr. Walton.” “Mr. Walton continued to officiate as a public teacher, though without ordination, about twenty
* “These will probably seem meager and incomplete, but they are an exact and complete copy of the only records All Saints’ has for the period covered”-Emest Helfenstein. Barnhart, Benjamin m Rachael Wood, daughter of Joseph and Catharine Wood, April 3, 1773. Biggs, Benjamin m Hennaratta Prudence Deborah Margaretta Munday, daughter of Henry Munday, Sept.
Church membership of early Kentuckians include Baptist, Church of Christ, Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, and Roman Catholic. Some church records were published, others were microfilmed, some are housed in church repositories, but many remain in the local church. Church records and histories may be found in periodicals pertaining to Kentucky. Repositories include the DAR Library,
Letter from Rev. Asher Bliss to Henry R. Schoolcraft. Cattaraugus Mission Sept. 4th, 1845. DEAR SIR Agreeably to your request I forward you some facts in regard to the establishment and progress of the gospel among the natives of this reservation. The Cattaraugus Mission Church was organized July 8th, 1827, (which is a little more
The first Baptist church in Baker City was organized December 7, 1874, Rev. L. H. Boothe was chairman of the meeting and Prof. S. P. Barrett clerk. The members present were Hardin Estes, Perlina Estes, Arthur Smith, Mary Kilbourn, Samuel Gaines, Mary Gaines, Prof. Barrett, Mary Barrett and Delazon Smith. Prof. Barrett served as clerk
A meeting was called by the Presbytery of Idaho to be held in Baker City, January 5 and 6, 1884, at which all members and those in sympathy with the Presbyterian church of the United States, were invited to be present. Rev. C. H. Shields, of Union, having been invited, presided at the meeting. The
As stated elsewhere, the first church established in Baker was the Catholic Church, organized at Auburn in 1862 by Father Mesplie. On that first visit he solemnized the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Packwood, the second event of the kind in the county, that of Mr. and Mrs. Hall a short time before being the
Surname Name Date and Manner of Reception When and How Dismissed Tuttle Nathaniel Letter, Jan. 31, 1832 Letter, Jan. 31, 1832 Newton Putnam Letter, Mar. 3, 1832 Fell. Killed, Oct. 11, 1858 Peck, Jr. Noah Baptism, Mar. 4, 1832 Excluded, Mar. 25, 1841 Newton Timothy Baptism, May 6, 1832 Letter Taylor Timothy Letter, May 6,
Surname Name Date and Manner of Reception When and How Dismissed Smith Rev. Levi Letter, Apr. 10, 1847 Letter, Mar. 24, 1853 Smith Amelia Letter, Apr. 10, 1847 Letter, Mar. 24, 1853 Johnson Minerva Baptism, Mar. 4, 1849 Letter, Mar. 5, 1859 Harrington Maria Baptism, Mar. 1, 1851 . Crawford James Letter, July 1, 1852