First Christian Church of Washington
Page 35 of Record
Church records transcribed by Mrs. Martha
Lacock Nicholl, deceased, late of Washington, PA
Mrs. Nicholl presented the church with two notebooks she had prepared on the
One notebook is held by the church in Washington PA;
the second notebook is held by the Disciple of Christ Historical Society in
Submitted by Paula
Schlichter Aug. 2006
(first 3 entries of this date were on the previous church page;
these 3 were not re-typed here, see previous web page)
The following persons immersed by Br. McKEEVER during his
ministry were received into the church viz. (These are listed in 2 columns
in the original, and that is duplicated here.)
|Henry ? VANKIRK (question mark in copy)
||A. Campbell STREATOR
Sarach (sic) BANE and Mary Jane CHARLTON immersed by Br. McKEEVER.
The case of Sister Maggie MARTIN and Sarah VEATCH was disposed
of by them signing the following:
We the undersigned having a difficulty existing between us
acknowledge that we have said thing (sic) of each other contrary to the law of
Christ and hereby acknowledge our wrong and tender to each other that
forgivenefs (sic) which we would ask of our Heavenly Father.
||A true copy. Maggie M. MARTIN
Nov. 24th 1861
Departed this life Brother James HUGHES age 51.
Sister Maria HUGHES departed this life in her ___ year.
(Two pages 73-76 missing from the book.) [Note: If typist meant
73 to 76 inclusive, that would be 4 pages total, and presumably each page was
Sarach (sic) CHAMBERS, Sharlotte STREATOR, Catherine LACOCK and
Mary M. HUGHES who were immersed by Br. STREATOR were received into the church
also Eliza LONG.
Br. Jacob STONE and wife were received by letter.
Sister Eliza J. CRAWFOD (sic=probably CRAWFORD) received into
the church by letter of recommendation.
Thomas T. HUGHES and Susanna WISE who were immersed by Br.
STREATOR at a meeting held by Br. J. HALL took their membership in the
church. Also Eliza HUGHES (who was formerly a member of the
Baptists) was received into the church.
[Webmaster's note: Tables added for easier reading.)
The spellings were double-checked against the
pdf file of the original typing.
THIS LONG DOCUMENT IS SPLIT INTO MANY WEBPAGES
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Typed here exactly EXCEPT for the
WEBMASTER'S ADDITIONS -- PLEASE
(1) ***The word "sic=" was
added by this Webmaster along with the word where an S was read as an F.
Sometimes an A was read as an S.
(2) Surnames were put in CAPS to make it
easier for internet users to spot names since this is a long document.
(3) Page numbers were added by this
webmaster, to correspond to the numbering of the pdf submission.
(4) Asterisks added to include notes
after each page, if needed
(5) The year was added in parenthesis on
entries where the year was not written - I assume not written in the
(6) On lists of more than 6 names, this
webmaster inserted the names onto a table, which should be read down the
left column, down the middle column next, then down the right (on 3 cell
tables) in order to read the entry exactly as it was transcribed.
THIS LONG DOCUMENT IS SPLIT INTO MANY
IT IS IMPORTANT TO SEARCH NAME VARIATIONS
IN THIS RECORD BECAUSE SPELLING VARIED ON DIFFERENT PAGES!
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