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Collection Scope and Content Note

In addition to these records the church must have had a register, as in 1850 a "recorder" was elected to obtain the names of the class members and their contributions for support of the gospel and to record them in a volume which was to be purchased for that purpose. The records consist of loose sheets containing the minutes of the Board of Trustees (1836-1842) including the certificate of incorporation and a list of subscribers. (Part I); a volume of trustee's minutes (1842-1927), 5 receipts for building supplies, and "Directions for perpetrating the Corporate existence of societies.

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