Vestry Records, Vol. II., 1836-1874. [series]: (Item 4)
This volume continues to document the official functions included in the previous volume, including: election of wardens and vestrymen, administration of finances, appointments of delegates to state conventions, appointments of rectors, and disposition of various church properties.
considerations of building a new church, including financial planning and considerable architectural description and explanation on July 24, l84l; a May 10, 1844 entry noting the report of a committee organized to "ascertain what rules of business and proceedings of the Vestry have fallen into disuse;" and an entry of January 12, 1845
concerning pews in the church, including a four page list (covering 129 pews) with the following headings: Pew No., Names of Holders, Purchase Price, Minimum Valuation, Annual Tax, Annual Rent , and Remarks.
The church seems to be in financial trouble throughout the volume, particularly from the mid-l840's through to the l860's,
including in the records, for example, an extensive four page report on church finances dated March 22, 1845.