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Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, Guernsey County, Ohio, June 1842-March 1843

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30 June 1842, page 7

Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, minutes journal (Washington Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1841-1860), 30 June 1842, p. 7; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection.

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1842 June 30th The meeting called to order by appointing Mr Hugh Brown Chairman

Resolved That Mr Samuel Hair be permitted to take his Dismission from this Church as Pastor (Carried)

Moved That Thoes Preasant express their willingness to pay the several some anexed to their names up to the end of the year in order to meet the arranged due Mr Haire.

Resolved That a committee of six be Appointed to make arrangements to meet the deficiency of Mr Hairs salary and that Wm Robinson Jnr, James McCrerie, Wm Morrow, Moses Frame, Isaac McCollums and Rober Leeper Sen be said committee

Names of The Preasent who agree to pay to the End of the year Wm Robinson Sen, Hugh Brown, James McCrerie, Wm Morrow, John McCurdy, Henry Robinson, Moses Frame, Wm Robinson Jun, Samuel Craig, Wm McClurgh, John Rowen, Samuel Clark

Moved to adjourn

31 Oct 1842, page 8

Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, minutes journal (Washington Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1841-1860), 31 Oct 1842, p. 8; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection.

Transcript

1842 Oct 31st Meeting Called to order by appointing Robert Leeper Sen to the Chair

1st moved that their bee a collection taken up by subscription to meet the demand for money to pay the Supplyes of Preeching

Resolved That Samuel Craig be Treasurer for one year

Moved that This Church shall call a minister and give one forth of his time to Labour in the Senecaville Church and for which the Senecaville Church is to give Bonds for one forth of his Sallery

Moved That a committee of Three (Two from this Church and one from Senecaville) be appointed to wait upon Mr Alexander – get his mind upon the Subject of his Labouring in this Church and the Senacaville church Mr Wm Robinson Sen, John Laughlin sen & A Dilley appointed said committee

The Committee reported that Mr Alexander could not give no satisfactory answer to the amt of

31 Oct 1842, page 9

Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, minutes journal (Washington Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1841-1860), 31 Oct 1842, p. 9; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection.

Transcript

Sallery and his accepting the call

Mr Williams asked Leave to make a Report of moneys Received and disbursed for varius Benevolent Purposes. Report accepted

Moved all preasant agree to take their former seeting at a Reduction of one Sixth of the former price carried unanimous

Moved that a committee of Two be appointed to draw a new plot and Regulate the the seeting by Reducing the old seeting one sixth J K Caldwell & S. Craig be that committee

Moved that the deacons be a committee to visite the members of the Congregation and get them to take Seeting

2 Jan 1843-7 Mar 1843, page 10

Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, minutes journal (Washington Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1841-1860), 2 Jan 1843-7 Mar 1843, p. 10; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection.

Transcript

1843 January 2nd Meeting called to order by Thomas Laughlin to the chair

The object of the Meeting being stated by the Chair –

when Mr Wm Robinson moved that the Book containing the subscription for the missionary purposes be handed over to the deacons and it shall be their duty to collect and keep such moneys colected untill disposed of according to instruction (carried)

Ajorned

S. Craig Clerk

Thos Laughlin Chr

March 7th 1843

The Meeting called to order by Calling Moses Frame to the Chair and appointing Mr Wm M Robinson Clerk protem. The object of the Meeting being stated by the Chairman viz to take into consideration the propriety of calling the Rev J Alexander as Pastor of this Church & to make arrangements with the Senecaville Church in regard to taking him part of his time

7 Mar 1843, page 11

Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, minutes journal (Washington Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1841-1860), 7 Mar 1843, p. 11; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection.
Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, minutes journal (Washington Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1841-1860), 7 Mar 1843, p. 11; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection.

Transcript

The Senecaville Church not having notice of the Meeting and having no Delegate present.

On motion of Wm Robinson Sen It was resolved that we now proceed in propper order and in a regular manner to prepare a call for the Rev. J. Alexander as our pastor (carried)

Mr Williams moved that one forth of Mr Alexanders time be given to the Senecaville Church for one hundred Dollars (which was Lost)

Mr McCurdy moved that the deacons of the Senecaville Church be invited to come into the bounds of this church with A subscription to endeavour to raise the amount necessary to support Mr Allexander one forth of his time amongst them (carried)

Mr Wm Robinson Sen Moved that another congregational meeting be held on this day two weeks (March 21st) which was agreed to

On motion it was resolved that the Rev Wm Wilson be invited to act as moderator at our next meeting adjourned Wm Robinson (Clerk protem)  M Frame Cle

Citing this page: Kimberli Faulkner Hull, transcriber, “Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, Guernsey County, Ohio, Nov 1841-Apr 1842,” Chasing Light Media, Cool Adventures
( https://cooladventures.com/collection/washington-presbyterian-church-minutes-Nov-1841-apr-1842 : published 2021); Washington Presbyterian Church Minutes, minutes journal (Washington Township, Guernsey County, Ohio, 1841-1860), p. 7-11; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection.

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