Presbyterian Church (Alexandria, Neb.) [RG4904.AM]


RG4904.AM:  Presbyterian Church (Alexandria, Neb.)

Records:  1872-1962

Alexandria, Thayer County, Neb.:  Presbyterian church

Size:  1 reel of microfilm


This collection consists of one reel of microfilm containing nine volumes arranged in two series: 1) Records of the Meridian German Presbyterian Church, 1873-1925; and 2) Records of the Alexandria Presbyterian Church, 1872-1962. The material in this collection relates to the activities of the two churches. The Meridian church was organized in 1873 and merged with the Alexandria church in 1925. The Alexandria Presbyterian Church was organized February 11, 1872. These records were loaned for microfilming in February of 1961 and February of 1963.


Series 1 – Records of the Meridian German Presbyterian Church, 1873-1925

Reel 1


    1. Session records, 1873-1902

      Baptismal records, in German, 1873-1901

    1. Session records, 1902-1922

      Baptismal records, in German, 1906-1912

    1. Session records, in German, 1873-1925

Series 2 – Records of the Alexandria Presbyterian Church, 1872-1962

    1. Session records, 1874-1924

      Baptismal records, 1881-1923

    1. Session record, 1924-1927

      Baptismal records, 1923-1925

    1. Session records, 1926-1947

    1. Church register, 1923-1948

    1. Church register, 1948-1962

    1. Session records, 1948-1962



Alexandria (Neb.) — Churches

Germans in Nebraska

Meridian German Presbyterian Church (Alexandria, Neb.)

Presbyterian Church in Nebraska

Presbyterian Church (Alexandria, Neb.)

Thayer County (Neb.) — Churches


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