Members Received 
 1802-1850
Greenville Presbyterian Church

Transcribed by Jackie Towner from LDS Film 0533479, item 4.


 

Jan 1 1802

Timothy Minor & the wife of Joel Clark admitted to occasional communion

Mar 4 1808

Widow Amy Sherwood & Amy, wife of Truman Johnson, presented a letter of recommendation from the church in Bethlam, CT to be propounded after examination.

Apr 26 1811

Clarissa, wife of Truman Lake, a member of the Baptist Church in Claverac, after long and intimate acquaintance with the pastor and members of the Greenville Church, desired to be admitted to membership. She was examined as to doctrine which examination she sustained. She was advised not to withdraw from the Baptist Church in a disorderly manner, but to send them a letter requesting liberty to withdraw.

May 4 1826

Mrs. Anna Baker, wife of Joshua Baker, by letter from the Church of Christ in Coxackie.

Jan 3 1827

Miss Mary Scofield & Miss Eliza Scofield by letter from the Congregational Church in Darien, CT

Mar 3 1827

Maria Hitchcock, wife of Amos Hitchcock by letter from the First Presbyterian Church in Durham, NY

Aug 28 1827

Robert L Chapman & Lucinda, his wife, by letter from the Congregational Church in Salisbury, CT

Dec 24 1827

Mr. Charles Knowles & Mrs. Ann Slosson, wife of James Slosson, after examination were propounded.

Jan 4 1828

Mr. Egbert B Wheeler, by letter from the Congregational Church in Canaan, NY

Sep 17 1828

John Taintor, by letter from the Reformed Dutch Church at Coxackie.

Aug 12 1829

Harvey Norton & Margaret Hamlin, by profession

Aug 19 1829

Lydia Halleck, by profession

Sep 21 1829

Dr. Elias P. Phelps, by letter from the 2nd Presbyterian in Albany. Parmelia Phelps, wife of Dr. E. Phelps, by letter from the Presbyterian Church at Saratoga Springs.

Sep 21 1829

Harvey George & Maria George, his wife, by letter from the 3rd Presbyterian Church in Rochester.

Sep 15 1830

Sylvester Woodbridge Junior & Vina Sherral by profession.

Nov 3 1830

Parmela Sayre, by letter from the Presbyterian Church in Southhampton.

Aug 17 1831

The following persons presented themselves for examination and were propounded for admission to the church:

Amos Botsford, Amos Smith, Shubail Spees, Caleb Johnson, Andrew Lake, Jahabel Woodbridge, Gideon Botsford, William Hull Junior, John Montanice(?), Horrice Hamlin, Charles Barkut, Luman Ramsdell, Mrs. Elizabeth Botsford, Mrs. Hannah Backus, Mrs. Martha Stone, Mrs. Olive Cheritree, Mrs. Rhoda Hickock, Mrs. Mary Ann Talmadge, Mrs. Joice Ramsdell, Miss Sally Lake, Miss. Elizabeth Woodbridge, Miss Mary Ann Smith, Miss Emaline Browning, Miss Amanda Browning, Clarissa Hovey, Margaret Scofield, Eliza Scofield, Jane Miller, Rachel Ann Arnold, and Mrs. Caroline Hull.

Aug 17 1831

Lois Dutton, wife of Robert Dutton, by letter from the Reformed Dutch Church in Westerlo.

Aug 23 1831

The following persons presented themselves for examination, and were propounded for admission to the church:

David C. Scofield, Philo Hickok, William Smith, Edwin Foster, Burr Philips, Eleazer Knowles, Eber Dean, David Talmadge, Vina Hall, Rhoda Hall, Mrs. Ann Spees, Mrs. Hannah Slosson, Mrs. Sally Scofield, Miss Emaline F.Foster, Miss Emaline B. Foster, Miss Amanda Slosson, Miss Angeline Slosson, Nancy Hitchcock, Alice Hall, Mary Hazard Dyer, Mariah Foster.

Aug 27 1831

The following persons presented themselves for examination and were propounded for admission:

Samuel B. Spees, Robert Dutton, William Conklin, Betsey Ann Bishop, Polly Betsey Spees, Deborah Ann Spees, Sarah Jane Spees, Henrietta Knowles.

Aug 28 1831

Timothy J. Miller, William E. Leet & Dorcas Caroline Kirtland were propounded for admission.

Oct 26 1831

Jarvis Stone & Henry Akin, by profession.

Oct 26 1831

Joseph Clark & Mehitable, his wife, by letter from Washington, CT

Oct 30 1831

Jerod Hall, Mrs. Caroline Hall, Miss Ann Eliza Dyre & Isabell Dyre, by profession.

Oct 30 1831

Anna Stephens by letter from the First Church in West Springfield

Dec 29 1831

Seth Morse by profession.

Dec 29 1831

Jonathan P. Hovey, by letter from the Presbyterian Church in Johnstown.

Mar 1 1832

Mrs. -----Lake, by profession.

July 1 1832

Mrs. Lydia Johnson, by profession.

July 27 1832

ďA letter was presented from the church in Durham, recommending Mrs. Benedict to the Fellowship of this church, but as it had not been attended to in suitable time, it was resolved to appoint a committee to confer with her upon the subject.Ē

Note: The person mentioned here is Irene Hitchcock, wife of Jesse Benedict, who was dismissed from the First Church in Durham, NY in July 1831.

Aug 28 1832

Mrs. Olive King by profession.

Oct 25 1832

Mrs. Irene Benedict, by letter from the First Church in Durham.

Feb 26 1834

Mrs. -------- Auckerman, by profession.

May 4 1834

Joseph Griffis and his wife, by letter from the Presbyterian Church in Rensselaerville.

June 27 1834

Betsey Foster, wife of Franklin Foster, and Electa J., wife of Baker Johnson, received by certificates.

June 27 1834

Margaret, wife of Schuyler Baker, by profession.

July    1834

Miss Fanny Chapman, Miss Elv Ann Phillips, Miss Diantha Lake & Mary Ann Brigs, a colored girl, propounded.

Note: Objections having been raised, upon investigation, Miss Mary Ann Brigs was not admitted to membership.

July 1834

Leonard Witback, by letter from the Reformed Dutch chh in Catskill.

Dec 25 1834

Miss Sarah Ann Chapman by profession.

Aug 20 1834

Caroline E. Hopkins & Abigail Lake, by profession.

Aug 27 1834

Erastus Hamilton & Harriet, his wife, by profession.

Dec 4 1834

Mrs. Susan Tryon by letter from the Presbyterian Church in West Springfield.

Dec 4 1834

Mr. Tyrail Blair, by letter from the Church in Blandford, MA

Apr 30 1835

Mrs. Mary Smith, wife of  Amos Smith & Sarah Ann Lake by letters from the First Free Presbyterian Church in NY.

Sep 4 1835

Mrs. Maria T. Griffin, by profession.

May 1 1836

Miss Maria Conklin, by profession

May 1 1836

Miss Phebe Mott, by letter from the Allen Street Presbyterian Church in NYC

Sep 2 1836

Miss Lucina Lake, by letter from the Free Presbyterian Church in NY

Sep 24 1837

Mr. Edwin Leet, by letter from the Reformed Dutch Church at Prattsville.

Oct 8 1837

Miss Rebekah Lake by profession.

Oct 17 1837

Miss Betsey Bell, by profession

Jan 5 1838

Perkins King and Rufus King, by profession.

Apr 15 1838

A committee appointed to examine widow Lydia Stone and to prepare the way to receive her into the church. On account of her advanced age, the Lordís Supper to be administered at her residence.

Note: There is no formal record of her admittance.

July 2 1839

Mr. Orrin Stephens and George Hart, by profession.

Aug 30 1839

Mr. James Phillips and Benjamin Knowles, by profession

Jan 2 1840

Mrs. Hannah Hollister, by letter from the Presbyterian Church of Bethel, NY.

Dec 22 1842

Mr. Elijah Garfield, his wife, Lorinda, and his daughter, Lucy, by letter from the Reformed Dutch Church in Herkimer.

Dec 22 1842

Mr. Levi Callender, by letter from the Reformed Dutch Church in Schodack.

July 1843

George H. Pangman, Edward Penny,, Mrs. Beulah Shepard, and Miss Rebekah King, by profession.

July 1843

Miss Fanny Chapman and Sarah Ann Chapman, letters from the Presbyterian Church at Tribes Hill.

July 1843

Mrs. Mary Ann Calhoun, by letter from the Presbyterian Church at Preston, Chenango County.

July 1843

Mr. Robert Chapman, by letter from the Reformed Dutch Church at Caughnawaga, (Fonda) NY.

Jan 4 1844

Miss Emeline Miller, Miss Lorinda Garfield and Mr. Charles R. Talmadge, by profession.

Feb 25 1845

Miss Elizabeth Andrus, by profession.

Jan 1845

Miss Jane Anderson, by letter from the 3rd Presbyterian Church at Cookstown, county of (London) Derry, Ireland, under the care of the Rev. John Knox.

Oct 31 1846

Miss Margaret Miller, by profession.

Mar 3 1847

Miss Elizabeth Foster, by profession.

May 1 1847

Miss Josephine Dyer, by profession.

July 3 1847

Miss Caroline A. Hamilton and Miss Christina Harrison, by profession.

Jan 1 1848

John Clark and Rachel, his wife, by letter from the Presbyterian Church in Ballywilla, Ireland.

Jan 1 1848

Isabella Adams, by letter from the Congregation of United Original Seceders of Ballingtra, County of Derry, Ireland.

Jan 2 1848

Thomas Donnally and Margaret Jane Riers, by letter from the Presbyterian Church of Ballywillac, Ireland.

May 4 1848

Miss Susan Morse, Elizabeth Hickok, Mrs. William Norton, and Mr. Charles Morse, by profession.

Sep 11 1849

Miss Hannah Knowles, by profession.

Oct 30 1849

Mrs. Sarah C. Stevens, by letter form the Presbyterian Church in Durhamville, Oneida County.

Dec 30 1850

Miss Susan King, by profession.

 


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