Coxsackie Reformed Dutch
Religious Societies - Book A
Original Index is located in the vault at the Greene County Courthouse. This document found on page 63. Transcribed by Arlene Goodwin.
November 23rd 1836 The Consistory of the 2nd Reformed Dutch Church of Coxsackie met in the Basement of the church at which time the following resolutions were adopted.
Resolved that we will confide the management and care of the temporal concerns of the church to a Board of trustees seven in number agreeably to act of legislature introduced Feb. 1835.
Resolved that this our determination be signed by the President and Clerk of Consistory with the seal of the church thereto affixed and that the same be acknowledged by the President of Consistory before some person authorized to take acknowledgment of deeds and the same be recorded in the office of the County Clerk in the book of records relative to religious incorporations or other proper book of records.
Wm. Cahoon President of Consistory
Wm D. Kirtland Clerk
(Seal) Greene County ss on the twenty fourth day of November one thousand Eight hundred and thirty six before me came William Cahoon Jun. know to me to be the individual who signed the above resolutions as the President of the Consistory of the second Reformed Dutch Church at Coxsackie in the said county who acknowledged that he signed the said resolutions for the uses and purposes therein mentioned
Wm. H. Stone Commissioner of Deeds
Recorded November 26, 1836 at one oclock P. M. }
William V. B. Heermance Clk }