Sinclairville Methodist Episcopal 

Church Records


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These records were transcribed from microfilm at the Family History Library at Salt Lake City.

The Gerry Circuit of the Methodist Episcopal Church became the Sinclairville Circuit in 1853.  This circuit became the Sinclairville Methodist Episcopal Church.  In the 1800's this congregation included residents of Gerry, Charlotte, and Sinclairville, along with a few from other contiguous locations.

Baptisms (1863-1885 & 1907-1916)
Classes
Deaths (1861-1919) & Marriages
Marriages (1860-1890)
Marriages (1892-1931)
Members 1
Members 2
Members 3
Members 4


Page 2             Officiating Minister
                   Tabular History
                   On Sinclairville Charge

J.B. Hammond       1855
D.E. Day           1855
R.M. Warren        1856
R.M. Bear          1856
E.M. Nowlen        1857
R.R. Roberts       1857
E.M. Nowlen        1858
P. Burrows         1859
W.M. Shurick       1860
C.R. Chapman       1861 & 2
R. Pratt           1863 & 4
A.G. Kellogg       1865..6..7
A.J. Lindsey       1868..9
J. Akers           1870
H.H. Gertie        1871..2
H.H. Moore         1873
J.W. Davis         1874
W.W. Woodworth     1875..6..7
E.K. Creed         1878..9..80
Miller Fording     1881
J.G. Ginader       1882..3..4
D.C. Irwin         1885
No Pastor          1886
J.J. Brady Supply  1887
H.H. Childs        1888..89
M.H. Fenton        1890..91                 Sept 90 to Sept 92
Emerson Jones      1892                     Sept 92 to Sept 93
E.D. Mowry         1893                     Sept 93 to Sept 94
R.A. Parsons       1894-95
C.C. Hunt          1895-96
Coleman E. Barnard?1896-9?

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C.W. Weaver        1899 to 1901
H.W. Hunter        1901


S.E. Winger        1902 to 1903
Joel Burke         1903 to 1904
Thomas Berry       1904 to 1906



SOURCE - Transcribed by Jay T. Priest, 2002.