October 29, 2022

First Presbyterian Church (Plattsmouth, Neb.) [RG2675.AM]


RG2675.AM:  First Presbyterian Church (Plattsmouth, Neb.)

Records:  1858-1961

Plattsmouth, Cass County, Neb.:  Presbyterian church

Size:  8 volumes on 1 reel of microfilm


This collection consists of eight volumes of church records arranged in five series: 1) Minutes of the Session, 1892-1961; 2) Minutes of the Annual Meeting, 1908-1916; 3) Records of the Plattsmouth German Presbyterian Church, 1879-1899; 4) Membership register, 1858-1953; and 5) Women’s Q-Z Society records, 1925-1934. These records relate to the activities of the church in this Cass County community. Series three is in the German language and pertains to the German-American church members.

The collection was microfilmed by the Nebraska State Historical Society in September of 1962 from the original records held by the church.


Series 1 – Minutes of the Session, 1892-1961

Reel 1


    1. Session record, 1892-1912

    1. Session record, 1912-1944

    1. Session record, 1945-1961

Series 2 – Minutes of the Annual Meeting, 1908-1916

    1. Annual meeting records, 1908-1916

Series 3 – Records of the Plattsmouth German Presbyterian Church, 1879-1899

    1. “Kirchen buch… D.D. 1879,” 1879-1899

Series 4 – Membership Records, 1858-1953

    1. Membership register, 1858-1953

Series 5 – Women’s Q-Z Society Records, 1925-1934

    1. 1925-1931

    1. 1931-1934



Cass County (Neb.) — Churches

First Presbyterian Church (Plattsmouth, Neb.)

German Presbyterian Church in Nebraska

Germans in Nebraska

Plattsmouth German Presbyterian Church (Plattsmouth, Neb.)

Presbyterian Church in Nebraska


Revised 08-14-2008   TMM

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