Chester Congregational Church 1892 Manual
Manual of the Congregational Church in Chester, N. H., May, 1892.
The Congregational Church was organized Oct. 20, 1731. Rev. Moses Hale, of Newbury, Mass., was the first minister; Rev. Ebenezer Flagg, of Woburn, Mass., was the second minister; Rev. Nathan Bradstreet was the third minister; Rev. Joel R. Arnold was the fourth minister; and Rev. Jonathan Clement was the fifth minister.
Names in this online transcription include Anderson, Barnard, Bean, Bell, Bickford, Caldwell, Chase, Childs, Cochrane, Coolidge, Dale, Dane, Emery, Everett, Fitz, Goldsmith, Gordon, Green, Hall, Hazelton, Hills, Hoyt, Kent, Kimball, Knowles, Lane, Mackintosh, Marden, Marston, Martin, McDuffie, Melvin, Merrill, Mitchell, Moore, Morse, Murray, Noyes, Orcutt, Parker, Richards, Richardson, Robertson, Robie, Robinson, Sanborn, Sanders, Sargent, Sleeper, Smith, Tenney, Tilton, True, Wakefield, Warren, Wason, Watts, Webster, Weeks, Wells, West, Wilcomb.
Labels: New Hampshire, Church Records
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