Congregational Church of Windham Vermont Records
Scope and Contents
This collection houses multiple books in varying conditions that contain records of the congregants, and minutes from the "Ladies Aid Society", the "Women's Missionary Society" and the "Soldier's Aid Society". The collection contains multiple treasurers records from these organizations and the church in general, also in book form. There are multiple letters, legal documents, receipts, programs and sermons.
- Congregational Church (Windham, Vt.) (Creator, Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
All requests to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.
Biographical / Historical
The Windham Congregational Church was established in 1805 in Windham Vermont. The congregants formed a women's society for community service, as well as a society for the aid of soldiers during the Civil War. The Church continued into the 21st century, holding regular services, Sunday school, weddings and baptisms.
1.8 Linear Feet (2 cartons)
Collection contains record books, treasurer's books, record books of related societies, Sunday School registries, historical accounts, lists of pledgers, meeting minutes, books about the Congregational Church, and other materials that document the history of the congregation at Windham, VT.
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- Guide to the Congregational Church of Windham, Vermont Records
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