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history of the Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey

Hazel B. Simpson

history of the Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey

by Hazel B. Simpson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church (Hurffville, N.J.) -- History.,
  • Religion -- History.,
  • New Jersey -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcomp. by Mrs. Walter Aborn Simpson.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination240 p. :
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20940055M

    Find churches african methodist episcopal in New Jersey on Yellowbook. Get reviews and contact details for each business including videos, opening hours and The Methodist Church. Introduction The roots of Methodism comprised a group of 18th-century Oxford University students called the “Holy Club,” amongst whom were its founders, John and Charles Wesley. The term Methodism is a pejorative college nickname for that group, which described the methodical approach they used to study the ://

    The history of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, / ([S.l.: s.n., ]), by Hazel B Simpson and Richard Sneath (page images at HathiTrust) High lights and travels of a southern highlander / (Etowah, Tenn.: W. M. Dye, c), by William Milburn Dye (page images at ?type=lcsubc&key=Methodist Church. The only books used in the school were the elementary spelling book and the old English Reader. The first church building erected in the township was the Methodist church, in , and called the Bethel Methodist church. Before the church was built meetings were held in the school houses and before school houses in the pioneers’ ://

    Historic Bethel Othello African Methodist Episcopal Church, Greenwich, New Jersey. likes. Rev. C. Renee White, Pastor Keeping the Flame Lit Always an Ark of Safety, Forever a Haven of Hope   Gloucester County New Jersey is a picturesque area with many historic homes and pastoral scenes. All rights to the photos and content of this website are reserved by Janice Brown. No rights to download, save, copy, print, redistribute, or use in any other manner are allowed or implied without the prior written consent of Janice


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History of the Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey by Hazel B. Simpson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The history of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, ?dbid= Get this from a library. The history of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, [Hazel B Simpson; Richard Sneath] Original data: Index to The History of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, typescript (mimeographed copy).Index to the history of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church Gloucester County, New Jersey   Looking for information on an ordained Methodist minister.

Wondering if church records exist for your Methodist ancestors. These online archives, records, and historical resources provide records of ministers, missionaries, and members of the United Methodist, Methodist History of the Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Methodist Presbyterian, and United Brethren church in the United States and the United ://   The State of New Jersey "Gloucester, NJ Whereas the Religious Society or congregation of Christians of the Methodist Episcopal church of Bethel in the township of Debpford in the county of Gloucester and State aforesaid, does consist of and amount to thirty families and upwards as by the act entitled "An act to incorporate Turstees of Religious   The History of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, Ancestry.

The history and records of Saint Peter's Episcopal Church at Berkeley and Clarksboro, Gloucester County, New Jersey: history and records by Hazel B.

Simpson: history and records by Publication Committee WorldCat   Search New Jersey Death Records New Jersey Newspapers, Full Search (), titles New Jersey Obituary Search - (current) New Jersey Funeral Notices. Bethel Methodist Cemetery Hurffville, Sewell, Gloucester County, New Jersey.

Delsea Drive Hurffville, NJ Lat: 39° 45' 26"N, Lon: 75° 06' 40"W. The church The history of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, A genealogy of the Lake family of Great Egg Harbour in Old Gloucester County in New Jersey, descended from John Lade of Gravese: Sketches of the first emigrant settlers in Newton Township, Old Gloucester County, West New Jersey: The history of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, ; The history of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Cortland; The life and times of George Foster Pierce, D.D., LL.D., bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South; The origin and progress of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Warren, :// According to George Wyckoff Cummins in his book, History of Warren County, New Jersey (), “Mount Bethel is so named from the Methodist Episcopal Church of that name.

The first settler that we know of at this place was Dr. Robert Cummins, a surgeon’ in the Continental army inwho settled here right after the ://   One of the oldest Methodist Church organizations in the county is the Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, located in the village formerly called Bethel, but now known as Hurffville.

It dates back to The church building now standing ther eis the Deed Abbr: Gloucester County Deeds Title: Gloucester County Deeds Book “C” Auth: John Sparks Publ: Gloucester County, and Western Division of the state of New Jersey Date: 27 Aug Locn: Gloucester County, New Jersey - Reference = Book "C" pages Notes on Old Gloucester County, New Jersey, Volume 1 pages: Trinity Episcopal church (Old Swedes) Kings Highway (County Road ) south of the Raccoon Creek, Swedesboro This is the oldest deeded church property in the County and the first Lutheran congregation and Swedish church in New Jersey.

The first log church was built in as a Swedish Evangelical Lutheran parish and the present church in   The Farm journal directory of Gloucester County, New Jersey Index to The History of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, typescript (mimeographed copy) The story of Hackettstown, New Jersey, Hawthorne, New Jersey, tercentenary souvenir book   NEW JERSEY - Gloucester County.

Barnsboro Hotel Bethel AME Church and School (added - - #) Also known as Bethel AME Church. 53 Carpenter St., Woodbury Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church and Mount Zion Cemetery   The History of the Aura Methodist Church.

Methodist Church (Aura) about ***AURA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH *** () (This site was marked by the Gloucester County Bicentennial Committee, as one of the 89 Historical Sites in Gloucester County, predating the Civil War).

The Settlement of (Aura) apparently grew up around "Union Chapel"   Mr. Shute is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Mantua, as was also his wife. JOHN C EASTLACK The family of Eastlack are probably of English descent. The grandfather of John C., Samuel by name, was a resident of Mantua, formerly Greenwich township, of Gloucester County, and cultivated a farm within its One of the oldest Methodist Church organizations in the county is the Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, located in the village formerly called Bethel, but now known as Hurffville.

It dates back to The church building now standing there is the third one to be erected and used by the :// The history of Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, New Jersey, / Bethel / Bethesda Methodist Church Cemetery. Thanks to the helpful soul who offered this info: Ellis's "History of Monmouth County New Jersey" starting on page has a history of the Methodist Church at Blue Ball, which is now ~njmonmou/.

The Pitman Grove Camp Meeting was founded in the summer of by a small group of ministers from the New Jersey Conference of the Methodist Church, and was named in honor of Rev.

Charles Pitman, a powerful camp meeting preacher of his day. A large auditorium, the focal point of the religious activity, is at the center of the meeting Gloucester County, NJ Vital Records.

Where can find Gloucester County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records? Gloucester County vital records can be found at the New Jersey Department of Health has copies of Birth, Marriage and Death records from to Camden County, New Jersey Historical Facts [edit | edit source].

The Dutch of New Netherland intermittently occupied Fort Nassau (now Brooklawn, Camden, New Jersey) starting in As part of the Second Anglo-Dutch War New Netherland including West Jersey was surrendered to the English. A new war broke out and the Dutch sent a large armada to retake New ,_New_Jersey.