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Record of the First Presbyterian Church of Marion, N.Y." 1808-1830, 1844-1946 [series]:
Item #1. Church meeting book. Includes membership lists. The following are items of note:

 
Page 1-3, n.d.
Membership list with names, deaths, dismissions (some dates) and remarks.

 
Page 3-8, Feb. 25, 1843
"Names of Actual Members." Names, how and when received, remarks.

 
Page 15, Nov. 1, 1808
Annual meeting minutes begin. Minutes contain a record of pastor and members present, election of deacons, trustees, clerks and sextons, appointments to committees to visit members, examination and admission of new members, communions and baptisms, public confessions, and passage and adoption of resolutions.

 
Page 25, Feb. 9, 1855
Confession of faith.

 
Page 26-31, Oct. 4, 1891
"List of Members at the time of change in Church governance from Congregational to Presbyterian." Names, when and how received, and remarks.

 
Page 35, Nov. 9, 1844
Annual meeting minutes continued. These minutes are same as above plus setting salaries, hearing trustees' reports, missions contributions, and no additional disciplinary actions after 1880.

 
Page 55, Sept. 28, 1861
Anti-slavery resolution.

 
Page 64-65, Dec. 19, 1867
Election and ordination of elders.

 
Page 67, April 16, 1868
Letter (tipped in): from Lyons Presbytery (Newark, N.Y.) to the First Congregational Church of Marion. Gives a copy of minutes where Presbytery recommends the church retain its identity as a Congregational church.

 
Page 72, Nov. 12, 1870
A committee of the Presbytery invited to investigate and advise on the church's spiritual welfare.

 
Page 75, April 22, 1875
Letter (tipped in): from Lyons Presbytery (E. Palmyra, N.Y.) to the First Congregational Church of Marion. Plan of Union expiration; General Assembly tax; Change of governance.

 
Page 76-77, March 3, 1876
Eleven added.

 
Page 77, March 24-Apr 8, 1876
Seventeen added.

 
Page 97, Oct. 4, 1891
Change of church governance and title to First Presbyterian Church of Marion; election of elders.

 
Page 108, March 1, 1902
Eleven added.

 
Page 112, Aug. 6, 1904
Incorporation of the Society.

 
Page 112, April 14-15, 1908
Lyons Presbytery meets in Marion; printed program and agenda (tipped in).

 
Page 112, Dec. 5, 1908
100th anniversary.

 
Page 112, March 29, 1911
Building a new church.

 
Page 112, Dec. 7, 1918
Resolution honoring enlisted men from Marion.

 
Page 112, March 29, 1930
Borrowing up to $1500 from The First National Bank of Marion.

 
Page 112, April 6, 1946
Last entry.