3 edition of Memorial of Rev. Abraham Polhemus, D.D., late minister of the North Ref. Dutch church of Newark found in the catalog.
Memorial of Rev. Abraham Polhemus, D.D., late minister of the North Ref. Dutch church of Newark
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 63734|
|Contributions||Forsyth, John, 1810-1886, Riddle, D. H. 1805-1888|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 201 p.|
|Number of Pages||201|
Memorial and Letters of Rev. John R. Adams, D.D., Chaplain of the Fifth Maine and the One Hundred and Twenty-First New York Regiments During the War of the Rebellion, Serving From the Beginning to Its Close (privately printed, ), by John Ripley Adams (page images at HathiTrust). Adriaen was born in Elburg, Gelderland in , the son of Hendrick Hegeman, a minister of the Dutch Church at Vorchten. His 2 brothers were ministers of the Dutch church also. He moved to Amsterdam before to join the silk trade. On March 7, at the age of 25, he was married to Catarina Margits, the daughter of a London diamond cutter.
Rev Isham Randolph Finley b Oct 1, ob J in NC at home of his daughter Sophia Palmer engaged in business in Ky & later entered ministry of M.E. Church South & later recd degree of D.D. Married 1 Helen Mar [sic] Blue b J ob had 7 children. Full text of "The Ryerson genealogy: genealogy and history of the Knickerbocker families of Ryerson, Ryerse, Ryerss, also Adriance and Martense families, all descendants of Martin and Adriaen Reyersz (Reyerszen), of Amsterdam, Holland" See other formats.
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Memorial of Rev. Abraham Polhemus, D.D., late minister of the North Ref. Dutch church of Newark. Containing a brief biographical sketch, and a selection of discourses delivered to his late charge.
[Abraham Polhemus; John Forsyth; D H Riddle]. Get this from a library. late minister of the North Ref. Dutch church of Newark book Memorial of Rev.
Abraham Polhemus, D.D., late minister of the North Ref. Dutch church of Newark: containing a brief biographical sketch, and a selection of discourses delivered to his late charge.
[Abraham Polhemus; John Forsyth; D H Riddle]. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: A funeral discourse, occasioned by the death of Rev.
Andrew Yates, D.D., delivered before the Classis of Schenectady, in the R.P. Dutch church Schnectady, on Sabbath, Nov. 17, /. Samenspraak over de Klaghte der Raritanders, so in 't gemeen, als wel in 't besonder, wegens het gene in die ter neder gestelt is ten laste van Cornelius Van Santvoord, Predikant op Staten-Eiland: met een naschrift tot vrede.
by: Van Santvoord, Cornelius, Published: (). Original data: Memorial of Rev. Peter O. Studdiford, D.D., late pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Lambertville, New Jersey, who departed this life June 5th, Memorial of the Life and Services of the Late Rev. Henry A. Rowland D.D., Pastor of the Park Presbyterian Church, Newark, New Jersey: With the Sermon Preached at His Funeral (Classic Reprint) [Fairchild, E.
R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Memorial of the Life and Services of the Late Rev. Henry A. Rowland D.D., Pastor of the Park Presbyterian Church, NewarkAuthor: E. Fairchild. Memorial of Rev. Abraham Polhemus, D. D., late Minister of the North Ref. Dutch Church of Newark: containing a brief biographical sketch, and a selection o fhis dicourses delivered to his late charge [Leather Bound] Polhemus, Abraham,Forsyth, John,Riddle, D.
(David Hunter). The congregation of North Presbyterian Church, at West th Street in Manhattan, New York City, is a combination of three former congregations: North Presbyterian Church (founded in ), Washington Heights Presbyterian Church (founded in and merged with North Church in ), and St.
Nicholas Avenue Presbyterian Church (founded in as Lenox Presbyterian Church and Location: West th Street, New York, New York. These are the purported "facts" which appear on the website: "Upon the departure of the Rev. John Manley ina call was made upon the Rev. John T. Demarest, who accepted the call and became the third pastor of the church and its first full time minister.
Pastor Demarest and his family were the first to occupy the newly built parsonage. Onthe Rt. Rev. William H. Odenheimer, Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey (this was prior to the formation of the Diocese of Newark), gave canonical consent of the formation of the parish and it became an integral part of the Diocese.
The Rev. William H. Lord was the first Rector, called at a salary of $ with residence provided. Full text of "The pastor and the church, or, Rev. John H. Duryea, D.D., and the Second Reformed Church at Paterson, N.J." See other formats. Most Rev. WinandD.D. was consecrated as the third Bishop of Newark on Oct.
18,the Feast of St. Luke. He served the Diocese in this role for two decades, which saw incredible growth and challenge in the Church of New Jersey. During his tenure the state was divided into two dioceses. Full text of "History of the Old Tennent church: containing: a connected story of the church's life, sketches of its pastors, biographical references to its members, all its earlier record lists, full quotations of its earlier historical records, a complete list of burials in all its graveyards, many of its local traditions, most of its important illustations and maps, an account of the.
Most Reverend Michael A. Corrigan, D.D., was consecrated the Second Bishop of Newark on May 4, Corrigan, unlike his predecessor, came from a Catholic family.
He was educated in Catholic schools and attended St. Mary's College in Delaware where he was confirmed by St. John Neumann who was at that time the Bishop of Philadelphia.
The Reformed Episcopal Church: A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Chicago, Sunday Evening, December 7, By Charles Edward Cheney, D.D. Chicago: Perry, Morris & Sultzer, The Evangelical Ideal of a Visible Church: A Sermon Preached before the Second General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church in the City of New York, Wednesday.
The Hanson Place Baptist Church, at present one of the largest of its denomination in Brooklyn, was founded just twenty years ago. A small Sunday-school in a vacant store on Atlantic avenue, a. ASSOCIATE PRESBYTERIAN: Associate Presbyterian: 43 Newton: BAPTIST: Bethany (colored) Broad St.
Rev. Elliott: Clinton Avenue: Clinton Ave. Rev. r e p o r t of the. board of foreign missions of the.
for. t h e y e a r e n d i n g j u n e 1st, ; also, synod's report on foreign missions, with. This List was donated by Richard M.
Reese. © by Mary Ann Lubinsky for the PAGenWeb Project, and by Individual Contributors Mary Ann Lubinsky County Coordinator.
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David Elliot, D.D., LL. D. Professor in the Western Theological Seminary at Allegheny, Penn. Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Allegheny, Wednesday evening, April 22d, / (Pittsburgh, Pa.: Robert Davis & Co., ), by James I.
Brownson (page images at HathiTrust).The first confirmation of which I find any record was held in Trinity Church by the Rt.
Rev. William White D. D. Bishop of Pennsylvania, in July The second was held by the Rt. Rev. Thomas John Claggett, D. D. of Maryland, in The third, by Bishop White.