Arborville United Church of Christ (Bradshaw, Neb.) [RG3246.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG3246.AM:  Arborville United Church of Christ (Bradshaw, Neb.)



Records:  1876-1976

Bradshaw, York County, Neb.:  United Church of Christ

Size:  1 reel of microfilm



BACKGROUND NOTE



The Arborville Congregational Church was organized in July of 1876 by the Rev. C.S. Harrison who had laid out the village several years earlier. The first church building was erected in 1877, and a new structure was dedicated in 1910. When the promised railroad did not come to Arborville, the people moved out, and the church is virtually all that remains of the village. In 1961 Arborville joined other Congregational churches in a merger with the Evangelical and Reformed Church and took the name of the United Church of Christ.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The records of the Arborville United Church of Christ near Bradshaw, Nebraska, are contained in nine volumes arranged in three series: 1) Registers, 1876-1974; 2) Financial Records, 1887-1972; and 3) Scrapbook, 1903-1976. The Registers contain the Constitution and By-Laws of the congregation, lists of pastors, officers, members, baptisms, and marriages, and minutes of meetings. The financial records include treasurers’ reports as well as accounts of income and expenses. The scrapbook contains photographs, clippings, and programs.



The church loaned these records for microfilming in September of 1976.



DESCRIPTION



Series 1 – Registers, 1876-1974



Reel 1

Volume




    1. 1876-1917

    1. 1901-1945

    1. 1932-1945

    1. 1945-1974



Series 2 – Financial Records, 1887-1972




    1. Treasurers’ Reports, 1887-1914

    1. Account Book, 1888-1902

    1. Account Book and Treasurers’ Reports, 1922-1962

    1. Account Book, 1962-1972



Series 3 – Scrapbook, 1903-1976




    1. 1903-1976



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Arborville Congregational Church (Bradshaw, Neb.)

Arborville United Church of Christ (Bradshaw, Neb.)

Bradshaw (Neb.) — Churches

Congregational Church in Nebraska

United Church of Christ in Nebraska

York County (Neb.) — Churches



 



APD/cat   10-01-1976

Revised 10-28-2009   TMM

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