First Church in Windsor records, 1843-1969.

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First Church in Windsor (Windsor, Conn.). First Church in Windsor records, 1843-1969.

First Church in Windsor records, 1843-1969.

Parish records, vital records, receipts, warnings and minutes, church manuals, pew seating records, various church histories, and guest registers; records of women's organizations; Sunday school secretary and treasurer's books (early 20th century); bulletins (scattered holdings); special programs; letters of Rev. Henry Rowland and Rev. Roscoe Nelson; stereographs by E.P. & Wm. Kellogg, cabinet card, postcards, and photographic images; two pulpit Bibles; hymnals; cookbook published in 1983 for the 350th anniversary of the town of Windsor; and folders of materials from society's subject files.

2 linear ft.

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Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885

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Engraver (of both copper and wood), topographical draftsman, and historian. Born February 2, 1798 in East Windsor, Conn.; apprenticed to Abner Reed, engraver; operated his own engraving business in New Haven; studied history and traveled the eastern U.S., gathering information for the books which he wrote and then illustrated with his engravings; died in New Haven on June 22, 1885. From the description of John Warner Barber scrapbook pages, 1832-1868. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 1...

Hayden, Jabez Haskell, 1811-1902

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Historian and genealogist, of Windsor, Conn. From the description of Hayden collection, 1700-1910. (Windsor Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 70954184 ...

Nelson, Roscoe, 1861-1961

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Congregational clergyman, of Windsor, Conn.; pastor of First Church for 40 years. From the description of Rev. Roscoe Nelson collection, 1892-1960. (Windsor Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 70954181 ...

Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899

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American evangelist and publisher. From the description of Dwight L. Moody letter to Will Owen Jones [manuscript], 1898 June 15. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 648018911 Dwight Lyman Moody was an American evangelist. Born in Massachusetts, he achieved some success in business in Chicago, where he became involved in Sunday school and later was a popular public speaker. Although not an ordained minister, he recruited Ira Sankey, and the two toured America and En...

First Church of Christ (Windsor, Conn.)

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Rowland, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1764-1835

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First Church in Windsor (Windsor, Conn.)

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First Ecclesiastical Society organized in Windsor, Conn., by Rev. John Warham in 1639; in 1754 split into two factions over the location of a new building but was reunited 30 years later as First Congregational Church; then reorganized as First Church of Christ and later became First Church in Windsor; considers itself the oldest continuous Congregational society in North America; joined United Church of Christ in 1961. From the description of First Church in Windsor records, 1843-19...

First Congregational Church (Windsor, Conn.)

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First Ecclesiastical Society (Windsor, Conn.)

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