Religious Societies - Book A
Original Index is located in the vault at the Greene County Courthouse. This document found on page 59. Transcribed by Arlene Goodwin.
We do hereby certify that on the 24th day of June 1834 agreeable to notice as directed by the Statute in such case made and provided in the Revised Statutes of the State of New York Vol. 3 paged 294 section 3 the inhabitants of the Village of Osbornville and vicinity in the town of Windham and county of Greene met at their session room in Osbornville for the purpose of forming a religious Society – when Consider Camp was appointed moderator and Henry Osborn Clerk, “both being Elders of the church at Osbornville” when the following resolutions were unanimously adopted.
1st Resolved that Abijah Stone, Clark Finch & William L. Robinson serve as trustees of said Society until others are elected in their places and that they and the successors be forever known and distinguished as “trustees of the Centre Presbyterian Society of Windham”
2nd Resolved that this society be called and Known by the name of the Centre Presbyterian Society of Windham.
3rd Resolved that the Society hold its annual meeting on the first Monday in January in Each year till otherwise changed.
Consider Camp Moderator
Henry Osborn Clerk L. S.
Signed and acknowledged this
27th day of June 1834 before me
Abijah Stone Commissioner
Recorded June 30th 1834
at one Oclock in the afternoon
William V. B. Heermance Clerk