First Church in Windsor records, 1843-1969.
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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...
Historian and genealogist, of Windsor, Conn. From the description of Hayden collection, 1700-1910. (Windsor Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 70954184 ...
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 ...
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 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...