Billerica Orthodox Congregational Church 1855 Manual
Manual of the Orthodox Congregational Church, Billerica, Mass., Containing Its History, Form of Admission, Confession of Faith, Covenant, Standing Rules and List of Members.
The Orthodox Congregational Church in Billerica was organized April 30, 1S29, with twenty-five members. The meeting-house was dedicated to the worship of the Triune God on the 13th of January, 1830. The twenty-fifth anniversary of the organization of the Church was observed April 30th, 1854. The Confession of Faith and Covenant were revised by direction of the Church, and adopted in their present form by vote of the Church, December 24th, 1854.
Names in this online transcription include Abbott, Averill, Baker, Barnes, Blodgett, Bowen, Bowers, Brown, Burtt, Champney, Crosby, Cutter, Dana, Danforth, Davis, Dodge, Durant, Fairbank, Farmer, Fletch, Fletcher, Fostick, French, Gillion, Gleason, Glover, Haven, Hill, Hills, Jaquith, Jeffs, Jenkins, Johnson, Jones, Kemp, Kendall, King, Magill, Marshall, McCool, Mears, Moore, Noyes, Page, Patten, Patton, Pierson, Radding, Reed, Richardson, Rogers, Ruggles, Salter, Shattuck, Snow, Sperry, Sprague, Stearns, Stephens, Stimpson, Temple, Treadwell, Underwood, Walker, White, Whittier, Wilson, Winter, Work, Wright, Wyman.
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