Church history, ca. 1720-1780

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Richmond, Virginia : Cooper Trent, [1968?]
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of original records at the Library, Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia.

The organization and dissolution dates are unknown. Information given for the congregations is the Potomac Meeting House, organized 1720, dissolution date unknown; Westmoreland County congregation, ca. 1719-1780; Richmond County congregation, ca. 1757-1778; Northumberland County congregation, ca. 1758-1762 with minister preaching at the Northumberland Meeting House; and Lancaster County congregation, ca. 1761-1780 with minister preaching at the Lancaster Court House and the Forest Meeting House.

Record states "no session records found".

Contains 4 leaves of fact sheets with historical and background information for the "Northern Neck Presbyterian congregations in Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, Westmoreland and King George counties, being the geographical area between the Potomac and Rappahannock rivers". -- fact sheets



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