Records, 1721-1960 (bulk 1800-1899).


St. John's Church (Portsmouth, N.H.). Records, 1721-1960 (bulk 1800-1899).

Records, 1721-1960 (bulk 1800-1899).

Chiefly wardens' and treasurers' organizational and administrative records; account books, bills, receipts, and other financial records; correspondence, including the appointment of ministers and dismissal of Rev. John C. Ogden in 1793; real estate and membership records; auction broadside advertising a large book sale; and other materials.

8.5 linear ft.

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Ogden, John Cosens, 1751-1800 (person)

St. John's Church (Portsmouth, N.H.) (corporateBody)

Queen's Chapel organized in 1732 as the earliest Episcopal parish in New Hampshire; incorporated 1791; in 1807 St. John's Church built to replace the chapel which was destroyed by fire in 1806. From the description of Records, 1721-1960 (bulk 1800-1899). (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70942078 ...

Queen's Chapel (Portsmouth, N.H.) (corporateBody)

Marsh, George, active 1847-1848 (person)

Blunt, John, active 1847-1848 (person)

Brown, Arthur, 1699-1773. (person)

Episcopal Church (corporateBody)

In 1982, the General Convention of the Church deleted the words "Protestant" and "in the United States of America" from the official title of the Church, making it the Episcopal Church. From the description of Records of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States of America, Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, 1823-1975 (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702152635 ...

Belcher, Jonathan, 1682-1757 (person)

Jonathan Belcher was born on January 8, in 1681 or 1682, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the son of Andrew and Sarah Belcher. In 1746, upon hearing about Governor of New Jersey Lewis Morris's poor health, Belcher actively pursued the opportunity for another royal appointment. Although the Morris Family nominated the former governor's son, Robert Hunter Morris, the alliance of Quakers in New Jersey and London cultivated by Belcher and his brother-in-law, Richard Partridge, managed to obtain the appo...

Pepperrell, William, Sir, 1696-1759 (person)

Army officer and Colonial governor, of Kittery, Me. From the description of Letter, 1755 May 2. (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70950078 From the description of Letter, 1737 June 22. (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70944443 Pepperrell was a merchant, politician and soldier who served in the colonial governments in Massachusetts. Israel Williams was a soldier and commander of a Hampshire County regimen...

Blunt, Mehitabel M. (person)

Church of England (corporateBody)

According to the Canons of 1604, XLIX-LII, of the Church of England, only those persons whose faith and learning are known to their bishop are licensed to preach. Such is the case because the Anglican bishop has pastoral charge of his entire diocese, and the ministers of that diocese, and the ministers of that diocese are considered to be his assistants. From the description of Church of England licensing document, 1886. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122406060 The major mis...