1646-1896. The First Church of Christ, (Congregational), Old Saybrook, Conn. The celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth

Old Saybrook, Connecticut. First Church of Christ (Congregational). History, by Amos Sheffield Cheseborough.

Published by Middletown, Conn.: 1896., J. S. Stewart,, 1896
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xiv, 132 p.; 2 pl.; 23 cm. [balance of title] anniversary, Wednesday, July 1, 1896. Historical review and addresses. -- Partial contents -- History of the First Church of Old Saybrook, by Amos Sheffield Chesebrough -- The founders, 1646, Edward M. Chapman -- The First Church of Norwich (organized from this church in 1660), Charles A. Northrop -- Connecticul emigration to Ohio and its results, Asa S. Bushnell, governor of Ohio -- The First Church of Old Lyme (organized from this church in 1693), Arthur Shirley -- Yale University, 1702, Timothy Dwight, president -- The Church in Centerbrook (organized from this church in 1725), Edgar W. Griswold -- The First Church, Westbrook (organized from this church in 1726), Gurdon F. Bailey -- Ministries of Rev. William Hart, and Rev. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, James R. Sheffield. `Note.-Mr. James R. Sheffield is a great-great-grandson of the Rev. William Hart, and great-grandson of Rev. Frederick William Hotchkiss. The combined pastorates of these two distinguished men occupy a period of one hundred and eight years--1736-1844.' Fair, heavily waterstained orig. green cloth. Text clean. Bookseller Inventory # 017243

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Title: 1646-1896. The First Church of Christ, (...

Publisher: Middletown, Conn.: 1896., J. S. Stewart,

Publication Date: 1896

Binding: Hardcover

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