1 edition of An historical sketch of Trinity Church, New York found in the catalog.
An historical sketch of Trinity Church, New York
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|Statement||by the Rev. William Berrian|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||386 p. :|
|Number of Pages||386|
History of Trenton, New Jersey. There are no transepts, but it is proposed to enlarge the church by the addition of transepts, and to extend the choir back to the end of the churchyard. Christ—Canal, corner of Dauphine. The visitor may, however, climb within the spire to a point nearly two hundred and fifty feet from the street.
This festival trumpet is given in memory of Paul Albert Merrill. The bells are nine in number. Obituaries will occasionally be found in those volumes containing an historical or pastorical record. Arrangement within the group is as follows: Those registers which contain name-lists only, or those volumes largely made up of such lists, precede other material [minutes, etc. Brown, Rector of Christ Church at that time.
The stone used was Dedham Granite. They were laid to rest in the same grave in the old churchyard, and, some years after, the seducer, stung with remorse for his brutality, placed over them the slab which still marks the spot. Henry Green succeeded Mr. Historical sketch of the Ewing Presbyterian Church. The Relief Society was organized by Mr.
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Watson was unanimously elected Bishop. Princeton, Princeton University Press. He was a man of a quiet, retiring disposition, but with marked personality. BOYD, W. Fordyce M. The Trinity Choir has toured extensively, and can be heard on several critically acclaimed recordings. Sculptor Steve Tobin used its roots as the base for a bronze sculpture titled Trinity Root, which stood in front of the church at the corner of Wall Street and Broadway until December when it was moved by the church to its conference center in Connecticut.
He was born in New Bern, and all of his life, except the last few years, were spent in his native town. The entire chime is very rich and sweet in tone, and, in this respect, is surpassed by very few bells in the world. The porch was erected ina bequest of another devoted member of Christ Church.
It is significant to note that once allegiances solidified, the families were on opposing sides, the DeLanceys remaining loyal to the crown, while the Livingstons became patriots. By his sympathy and unselfishness, in time of sickness and trouble, he had won the love and admiration of his people.
It is a long way to these upper windows, but the view which they command is worth the exertion. Gazetteer of the State of New Jersey.
The bells are nine in number. The land on which it was built was formerly a formal garden and then a burial ground. McRae, to This possibly was brought over by George Keith who was involved in the establishment of the Society.
Flanner, Joseph [Page 8] Mitchell, F. Under British occupation clergy were required to be Loyalistswhile the parishioners included some members of the revolutionary New York Provincial Congressas well as the First and Second Continental Congresses.
Louis, between Johnson and Prieur. Falling wreckage knocked over a giant sycamore tree that had stood for nearly a century in the churchyard of St.
The choral service is used altogether on such occasions. Our CDs are designed to be easily used even for those new to computers. Historical records and studies, v. Its land grant specified an annual rent of 60 bushels of wheat.
Some of his influential vestrymen—, out of respect for [Picture facing page 6] "Christ Church Before it was Destroyed by the Fire of " [Page 7] his conscientious scruples, did all they could to alleviate his trouble.State Home for Girls (Trenton, N.J.) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
Broader term: Trenton (N.J.) Filed under: State Home for Girls (Trenton, N.J.) I knew them in prison / (New York: The Viking press, ), by Mary Belle Harris (page images at HathiTrust). Get this from a library! An historical sketch of Trinity Church, New-York.
In this view of fashionable lower Broadway, the large house on the left was the residence of John R. Livingston until From to the United States Branch Bank occupied the house, and it then became a boardinghouse.
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New-York Historical Society Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street) New York, NY Phone () TTY () Archives, boxes or 51 linear feet plus oversize Historical Note: Trinity Church Archives contains documentation from as early as when plans were made for the construction of the first church.
Trinity consistently recognized its responsibility to preserve the record as evident in the Vestry Minute of calling for “ The Church Wardens [to] purchase books for the use of.