Reformed Dutch Church of Leeds and Kisketom
Religious Societies - Book A
Original Index is located in the vault at the Greene County Courthouse. This document found on page 54. Transcribed by Arlene Goodwin.
the subscribers Elders and Deacons of the Protestant Reformed Dutch Church of
Leeds and Kisketom being duly assembled do
Certify whomsoever it may concern: that by leave of the Proper Ecclesiastical
authority we have assumed the Title of “The Protestant Reformed Dutch Church
of Leeds & Kisketom” and
according to the Statute in such case made and provided will be known and
distinguished in law, as the body corporate by that title.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seals the twenty
fifth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand and Eight hundred &
Signed and sealed in Joseph Bevier LS John Schumeman LS
The presence of --- James Manning LS Frederick Sax Jun LS
Jno. C. V Liew Terah Ferry LS I. Van Deusen LS
David C. Abeel LS
James Elting LS
of New York Greene County SS
On this twenty sixth day of March Eighteen hundred and thirty three
before me the subscribers a commissioner of deed for the county of Greene
appeared John C. V. Liew residing the town of Catskill in the county of Greene
with whom I am personally acquainted who being by me duly sworn deposes that he
resides in the town of Catskill, that he saw John Schuneman, Frederick Sax
Junior, James Van Deusen, Joseph Bevier, James Manning, Terah Ferry, David C.
Abeel and James Elting severally execute the within instrument, that he
subscribed his name thereto as a witness and that he knew the said John
Schuneman, Frederick Sax Junior, James Van Deusen, Joseph Bevier, James Manning,
Terah Ferry, David C. Abeel and James Elting to be the persons described in and
who executed the said instrument.
March 26th 1833 at 3 OC
William V. B. Heermance Clk