Indianapolis Second Presbyterian Church 1891 Manual
Second Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Ind., Manual for 1891. Joseph Anthony Milburn, Pastor.
The Second Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, was organized with fifteen members, November 19, 1838, by the Rev. James H. Johnson, in the Marion County Seminary, a brick building standing, until 1860, at the southwest corner of University Square. The names of the fifteen members (who withdrew from the First Presbyterian Church of this city) are as follows: Bethuel F. Morris, Daniel Yandes, Luke Munsell, Lawrence M. Vance, Mary J. Vance, Sidney Bates, William Eckert, Alex. H. Davidson, Robert Mitchell, William S. Hubbard, J. F. Holt, M. R. Holt, John L. Ketcham, Jane Ketcham and Catharine Merrill.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Aid, Albrecht, Alcott, Allen, Alloways, Anderson, Andrews, Appel, Ashton, Ayers, Ayler, Ayres, Babb, Baker, Baldwin, Barbour, Barkley, Barnard, Barnes, Bartlett, Bassett, Bates, Beecher, Benham, Bertram, Binford, Bloom, Bloomer, Blowers, Bowles, Boyd, Bradford, Bradshaw, Bright, Bristol, Brown, Browning, Buchanan, Burger, Burroughs, Burskirk, Butler, Bvram, Cantrill, Carey, Carlisle, Carnahan, Carson, Carter, Case, Cathcart, Chambers, Chislett, Claffin, Clark, Clarke, Claypool, Clippinger, Coburn, Coe, Coffin, Comingor, Comingore, Commons, Conde, Cornelius, Crane, Cromer, Culley, Curzon, Cutter, Davidson, Davis, Defrees, DeGolyer, Denny, Deschler, DeSouchet, DeVay, Dietrichs, Dilks, Drew, Driggs, Duncan, Eckert, Edson, Elder, Eldridge, Elliott, Emery, Erwin, Evans, Failey, Farquhar, Ferguson, Ferry, Field, Finch, Finley, Fish, Fishback, Fletcher, sr., Folsom, Fountain, Fowler, Fox, Friedley, Frost, Fry, Fug, Fung, Gardener, Garver, Gemmer, Gibson, Gordon, Gowin, Grayden, Greene, Greenleaf, Greenstreet, Gregory, Griffin, Griffith, Grubb, Guthrie, Hadley, Haines, Hanckel, Hanvey, Haugh, Hays, Heinrichs, Helming, Hendricks, Hendrickson, Herriott, Herron, Higgins, Hill, Holloway, Holt, Hosford, Howe, Hubbard, Hume, Humphreys, Hutchinson, Isett, Jackson, Jacobs, Jenkins, Jillson, Johnson, Johnston, Johnstone, Jones, Kappes, Kay, Keeler, Keep, Kellogg, Kelsey, Ketcham, King, Kingsbury, Kirby, Kirk, Kitchen, Kreider, Kufeke, Kurtz, Lanier, Larsen, Lazarus, Lee, Lex, Lockwood, Lodge, Lowes, Loy, Magner, Maine, Mansur, Martindale, Matthews, Mavity, Maxwell, Mayer, Mayhew, Mayo, McBride, McCleary, McCrea, McCurdy, McDougall, McFarland, McGinnis, McKenzie, McLeod, Meikel, Mendenhall, Merrill, Milburn, Miller, Mills, Mitchell, Moffitt, Moore, Moorehead, Moorhead, Moorman, Morris, Morrison, Morse, Munsell, Murphy, Murray, Newland, Nichol, Osborn, Osborne, Osgood, Ovens, Overman, Pang, Parsons, Payne, Pease, Peck, Petitt, Pettibone, Pettit, Phillips, Pierson, Platt, Post, Powell, Praigg, Pratt, Pray, Pyle, Railsback, Randall, Raymond, Rees, Reid, Reyer, Rhodes, Richards, Richardson, Ritchie, Rittenhouse, Robbins, Robinson, Robson, Rogers, Rollin, Rollins, Ruddell, Sammons, Sayles, Schneider, Schnull, Scott, Seaton, Sedgwick, Serff, Sewall, Sharpe, Shaw, Shover, Shuler, Sickels, Simmons, Simpson, Smith, Smock, Snow, Spann, Sproule, Stevenson, Stone, Stout, Swain, Tennis, Thom, Thomas, Thompson, Thornton, Tindall, Todd, Tucker, Turner, Tuttle, Vajen, Van Camp, Van Landingham, Van Wie, VanCamp, Vance, Vickers, Vinnedge, Vinton, Voorhees, Wachstetter, Walcott, Walker, Wallingford, Ward, Warne, Watson, Weakly, Wells, Wels, Wentz, Wheatley, Whiteridge, Wildman, Wiles, Wiley, Willard, Williams, Wilson, Winslow, Wiseman, Withrow, Wood, Woods, Wright, Yandes, Young.
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