Medway, Mass. First Church of Christ - Church and Financial Records, 1730-1796
These records cover a wide range of topics. They are ordered by creation date.
|Meetinghouse expenses||Plimpton, Jonathan||1730||subscription for noonhouse to meet on the sabbath between meetings|
|Meetinghouse expenses||Plimpton, Jonathan||1730||a true copy examined by Jonathan Plimpton Clerk for the Properties of Common and undivided land in Medfield and Medway|
|Relation||Peniman, James||1735||relation of faith made by James Peniman|
|Ministerial salary||Bucknam, Nathaniel||1736||warrant for May meeting to consider minister's salary and support|
|Ministerial salary||Bucknam, Nathaniel||1746/7||Rev. Bucknam's plea for a raise in salary and support|
|Rates||Barber, John||1748/9||record of Samuel Garnsey, constable, received by John Barber, Town Treasurer|
|Correspondence||unknown scribe||1796||letter to the Council before the ordination of Mr. Isaac Braman|
|Ordination||unknown scribe||1796||ordination of Mr. Isaac Braman|
|Ecclesiastical Council||Haven, Jason||1796||council result of vote for Mr. Isaac Braman as pastor|
|Correspondence||Braman, Isaac||1796||letter from Mr. Isaac Braman declining the call to settle at First Church in Medway|
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