Prattsville Methodist Episcopal
Religious Societies - Book A


Original Index is located in the vault at the Greene County Courthouse. This document found on page 50. Transcribed by Arlene Goodwin.


The incorporation of the Prattsville Methodist Episcopal Church Recorded in Book A of Miscellaneous Records page 125

                                                                13 January 1832
                                                                
Wm V. B. Heermance Clerk

At a meeting of the male persons belonging to the Methodist Episcopal Church and Congregation or Society in the town of Windham and county of Greene in pursuance of the act Entitled an act to provide for the incorporation of religious Societies “passed April 5, 1813 for the purpose of electing discreet persons of said Society or congregation as trustees of said church or congregation – we Philip Conine and Samuel Tompkins having been nominated and elected to preside at said meeting do hereby Certify in pursuance of said act that the following persons were elected by a plurality and the highest number of votes to serve as trustees for said church and congregation as follows  Viz—Ard Osborn, John Kurau & Leverett Munson and that the said trustees and their Successors in office shall for ever be called and known by the name and title of the trustees of the Second Methodist Episcopal Church in Windham. County of Greene – in testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seals this 6th day of April 1832         

                                                                                           Philip Conine  LS
In presence of Henry Kingsley                                     Samuel Tompkins  LS                     

At a meeting held at the School house in School district No 5 in the town of Windham County of Greene April 6th 1832  according to public notice given according to law for the purpose of electing trustees to superintend the building a meeting house in  said town Philip Conine & Samuel Tompkins were appointed to preside at said meeting & the following persons were elected as trustees vis  Ard Osborn, Jon Kurau and Leverett Munson.

                                                                  Leverett Munson  Secretary

State of New York  Greene County  SS:  On the fourteenth day of April one thousand Eight hundred and thirty two before me came Philip Conine and Samuel Tompkins, known to me to be the individuals described in and who executed the within instrument and who did  acknowledge that they executed the same for the use and purposes within mentioned and let the same be Recorded.   

                                                                         Henry Kinsley  Commissioner                                                                               Of deeds

Recorded April 16th 1832
William V. B. Heermance  Clk


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