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Records of the Methodist Episcopal Church, New York, New York, 1785-1893

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1941
4 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm of handwritten transcripts (13 v.) at the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York City.

Includes records from the following Methodist churches: Allen Street, Asbury (Norfolk Street), Rose Hill (27th Street), Park Street (Yorkville), Chelsea (30th Street), Forsyth Street, Duane, Bedford Street, John Street, Trinity (34th Street) 43rd Street, 7th Street, Asbury (Greene Street), Willett Street, Central (Vestry Street), New Trinity (2nd Ave.), 2nd Street, 18th Street, Sullivan Street, Washington Square, Harlem Mission (St. James), Dry Dock (11th Street) First Mariners (Cherry Street), Lexington Ave. (50th Street), 2nd Wesley Chapel (St. Paul's), Madison and Catharine Streets.

Contents: v. 1. Methodist Society, New York City, marriages 1820-1851, baptisms 1820-1851 -- v. 2. Allen Street baptisms 1837-1889; Asbury (Norfolk Street near Stanton Street) baptisms 1843-1860; Rose Hill (27th Street) baptisms 1838-1869; Yorkville (Park Street) baptisms 1844-1863; Chelsea (30th Street) baptisms 1845-1848, 1858-1863 -- v. 3. Forsyth Street baptisms 1837-1874; Yorkville (Park Street) baptisms 1865-1873; Duane Street baptisms 1838-1868; Bedford Street baptisms 1838-1865; John Street baptisms 1840-1863, deaths 1840-1841 -- v. 4. Forsyth Street marriages 1837-1875; Yorkville (Park Street) marriages 1844-1865; Chelsea (30th Street) marriages 1845-1847, 1858-1864 -- v. 5. Chelsea (30th Street) marriages 1864-1874; Trinity (34th Street) marriages 1854-1880; Yorkville (86th Street now Park Avenue) marriages 1865-1873; Duane Street marriages 1838-1868; John Street marriages 1840-1860; 43rd Street marriages 1852-1861 -- v. 6. Bedford Street marriages 1838-1864; Asbury (Norfolk Street) marriages 1842-1860; 7th Street marriages 1837-1864; Greene Street (now Asbury) marriages 1863-1893, 1860-1862 (cont. from v. 7, p. 360) -- v. 7. Willett Street marriages 1838-1866; Greene Street (now Asbury, One Broadway Hall) marriages 1832-1869 -- v. 8. Chelsea (30th Street) marriages 1863-1874

(cont. from v. 4, p. 238); Trinity (34th Street) marriages 1854-1880; 7th Street (Bowery Village) marriages 1837-1863; Willett Street marriages 1838-1850; Asbury (Greene Street) marriages 1832-1882 Central (Vestry Street) marriages 1836-1879; 43rd Street marriages 1851-1874; 2nd Avenue (now Trinity E. 118th Street) marriages 1859-1867, baptisms 1838 -- v. 9. Central (Vestry Street) marriages 1834-1893; 43rd Street marriages 1861-1865; 27th Street marriages 1838-1869; 2nd Avenue (now Trinity E. 118th Street) marriages 1860-1867; 2nd Street marriages 1837-1871 (cont. in v. 10) -- v. 10. 2nd Street marriages 1837-1871 (cont. from v. 9); 18th Street marriages 1838-1860; Sullivan Street marriages 1842-1860; Washington Square marriages 1860-1865; Rose Hill (27th Street) marriages 1863-1866; Harlem Mission (now St. James) marriages 1838-1844, 1852-1855; Dry Dock (or 9th Street, now 11th Street) marriages 1846-1864; 7th Street marriages 1886-1887; First Mariners (Cherry Street) marriages 1844-1869; 50th Street (now Lexington Avenue) marriages 1850-1869 -- v. 11. 2nd Street baptisms 1837-1871; Sullivan Street baptisms 1842-1864; Harlem Mission (St. James) baptisms 1834-1847; Drydock (9th Street, now 11th Street baptisms 1845-1864; First Mariners (Cherry Street) baptisms 1846-1860;

Lexington Avenue (later baptisms 50th Street) baptisms 1848-1886 Second Wesley Chapel (Mulberry Street, later St. Paul's) baptisms 1835-1891 -- v. 13. Methodist Episcopal Church of New York City baptisms 1785-1837, 1847, 1855, marriages 1785-1837, burials 1785-1787; Allen Street marriages 1837-1866.

In many cases records from the various Methodist churches in New York City were preserved in the same book. In numerous other cases ministers kept their own records. These transcripts contain records from all sources.

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