3 edition of Historical catalogue of the members of the First Baptist Church in Providence, Rhode Island found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Henry Melville King, with the valuable aid of Charles Field Wilcox.|
|Contributions||Wilcox, Charles Field, 1844 or 5-1905.|
|LC Classifications||F89.P9 P93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||09007022|
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The following individuals were among the earliest settlers of Aquidneck Island in the Narragansett Bay; the island was officially named Rhode Island byfrom which the entire colony eventually took its name.
The first group of 58 names appears to be settlers of Pocasset (later Portsmouth), while the second group of 42 appears to be. Providence, First Baptist, Rev.
Stephen Gano's marriages,Arnold 7; Henry Melville King, Historical Catalogue of the Members of the First Baptist Church in Providence, R.I. (Providence, ), includes sketches of early pastors. Historical catalogue of the members of the First Baptist Church in Providence, Rhode Island WorldCat Historical discourse in commemoration of the one hundred and twenty- fifth anniversary of the dedication of the First Baptist Meeting House: Providence, R.I., Sunday, Family History Library.
Author of Rev. John Myles and the founding of the first Baptist church in Massachusetts, Thinking God's Thoughts After Him, The Messiah in the Psalms, A summer visit of three Rhode Islanders to the Massachusetts Bay inSir Henry Vane, Jr., Governor Of Massachusetts And Friend Of Roger Williams And Rhode Island, A century of national life, Historical catalogue of the members of the First.
A short history of Rhode Island, (Providence, J. & R. Reid, ), by George Washington Greene (page images at HathiTrust) Report of Committee on marking historical sites in Rhode Island, (Providence, R.I., E. Freeman company, printers, ), by Rhode Island historical society.
Committee on marking historical sites in Rhode Island. Roger Williams (c. 21 December – between 27 January and 15 March ) was a Puritan minister, theologian, and author who founded Providence Plantations, which became the Colony of Rhode was a staunch advocate for religious freedom, separation of church and state, and fair dealings with American Indians, and he was one of the first mater: Pembroke College, Cambridge.
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You may search any of the documents from Rhode Island, however, an annual subscription is required for unlimited access to the detailed information. Samuel Winsor in Record Book, Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State Samuel Windsor, in Historical Catalogue of the Members of the First Baptist Church in Providence, Rhode Island, " Novem E.
The Elder Samuel Winsor | of the First Baptist Meeting House mentioned above, was born Nov. 1,ordained. Providence Central Baptist Church Manual; Providence Church of Christ Members; Providence First Baptist Church Members; Providence First Baptist Church Members; Providence Friends' Boarding School Catalogue; Providence Friends' Boarding School Catalogue; Providence Plantations Club Year Book; Providence.
Providence, RI: Catalog of the Members of the First Baptist Church. (Online database.New England Historic Genealogical Society, ) Originally Published as: Historical Catalogue of the Members of the First Baptist Church in Providence, Rhode Island by Henry Melville King.
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Most of the lists are of the earliest settlers or inhabitants of a particular town or area. The following aboriginal people lived in what would become the state of Rhode Island. Manual of the First Congregational Church, Bristol, R.I., containing forms, principles and rules adopted by the church, the distinctive features of Congregationalism as held and practiced by the churches of our order from the days of the Pilgrims to the present time: also, a history of the church, with biographical notes of the early members and successive pastors, from the first.
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He was born Abt. in County Northampton, England, which was then part of the new 'Holy Roman Empire*', and died Abt. in Boughton (aka Boketon), County Northampton, England but what is now .The venerable John Howland says: “On the question among the founders of Rhode Island College on what lot to place the building--University Hall--they decided on the present site because it was the home lot of Chad Brown, the first minister of the Baptist Church.” Throughout his life in Rhode Island he was classed among those men of culture.Historical catalogue of the members of the First Baptist Church in Providence, Rhode Island () - King, Henry Melville; Wilcox, Charles Field - pages The East-India trade of Providence from to () - Kimball, Gertrude Selwyn - 34 pages.