The Confession of Faith and Covenant of the First Congregational Church in Vernon, Conn.; Together with Standing Rules and Historical Notices of the Church, and a Cataglogue of the Present Officers and Members; June 1st, 1872.
The date of admission is placed before the name. L standing before a name, signifies that a person was received by letter from another Church. The name enclosed in a parenthesis, following the Chrisitan name of a female, was her maiden family name.
w. is used as an abbreviation for wife; and wid. for widow.
Names in this online transcription include Allen, Baker, Barber, Beach, Blinn, Bosworth, Butler, Cady, Case, Chapman, Chesebrough, Chester, Clark, Comstock, Corbin, Dart, Dobson, Driggs, Ellis, Fenn, Fisk, Fuller, Gallup, Hammond, Howe, Hunt, James, Kellogg, King, Kneeland, Lathrop, Loveland, McLean, Palmer, Parker, Pearl, Peck, Peek, Post, Pratt, Risley, Roberts, Rogers, Russell, Sage, Skinner, Smith, Stewart, Strong, Tefft, Thrall, Tracy, Walker, Whitcomb, White, Whiton, Willes, Wright.
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