Clifton Hill Presbyterian Church (Omaha, Neb.) [RG3118.AM]


RG3118.AM:  Clifton Hill Presbyterian Church (Omaha, Neb.)

Records:  1894-1972

Omaha, Douglas County, Neb.:  Presbyterian Church

Size:  3 volumes on 1 reel of microfilm


The Clifton Hill Presbyterian Church is located at 2301 North 45th Street in Omaha, Nebraska. Its first pastor was Samuel T. Davis who was installed on May 10, 1894. The first recorded member, Mrs. C.V. Warfield, was received on February 28, 1896.


This collection consists of three volumes of church records on one reel of microfilm, relating to the activities of the Clifton Hill Presbyterian Church of Omaha, Nebraska, dating from 1894-1972. Included are registers of pastors, elders, deacons, trustees, communicants (members), baptisms, marriages, and deaths. Also included are the minutes of meetings of elders, the minutes of congregational meetings, and the minutes of special meetings. These records were loaned for microfilming on November 1, 1972.


Reel 1


    1. Minutes of Elders meetings, 1968-1972

      Minutes of Congregational meetings, 1968-1972

      Minutes of Special meetings, 1968-1972

    1. Roll of Pastors, 1894-1969

      Roll of Elders, 1937-1961

      Roll of Deacons, 1940-1961

      Roll of Trustees, 1940-1961

      Chronological Roll of Communicants, 1896-1962

      Alphabetical Index to roll of communicants, 1896-1962

      Roll of infant church members or baptized children, 1937-1963

      Record of adult baptisms, 1938-1945

      Register of Marriages, 1938-1963

      Register of Deaths, 1938-1963

    1. Roll of Pastors, 1954-1972

      Roll of Elders, 1964-1972

      Roll of Deacons, 1963-1972

      Chronological Roll of Communicants, 1962-1972

      Alphabetical Index to roll of communicants, 1962-1972

      Roll of infant church members or baptized children, 1962-1972

      Record of adult baptisms, 1962-1970

      Register of Marriages, 1961-1972

      Register of Deaths, 1961-1972



Clifton Hill Presbyterian Church (Omaha, Neb.)

Douglas County (Neb.) — Churches

Omaha (Neb.) — Churches

Presbyterian Church in Nebraska


Revised 09-24-2008   TMM

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