Presbyterian Church (Thayer, Neb.) [RG3420.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG3420.AM:  Presbyterian Church (Thayer, Neb.)



Records:  1902-1957

Thayer, York County, Neb.:  Presbyterian church

Size:  1 reel of microfilm and 1 volume



BACKGROUND NOTE



The Presbyterian Church of Thayer, Nebraska, was organized in November of 1902, under the direction of Rev. T.L. Sexton. Thayer is located in northern York County, Nebraska.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of the records of the Presbyterian Church at Thayer, Nebraska, arranged in two series: 1) Registers, 1902-1953; and 2) Session Minutes, 1917-1957. The collection relates to the history and activities of the Church, 1902-1957. One volume of the church registers, 1917-1953, and the session minutes, 1917-1957, were loaned for microfilming by the Presbytery of Nebraska City in 1961. One volume, Church register, 1902-1916, was received from an undetermined source and is shelved in the archives.



DESCRIPTION



Series 1 – Registers, 1902-1953



Volume




    1. 1902-1916 (shelved in the Archives; Not available through interlibrary loan)



Reel 1

Volume




    1. 1917-1953



Series 2 – Session Minutes, 1917-1957



Reel 1 (cont.)

Volume




    1. 1917-1957



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Presbyterian Church in Nebraska

Presbyterian Church (Thayer, Neb.)

Thayer (Neb.) — Churches

York County (Neb.) — Churches



 



JEP/ht   12-28-1972

Revised 10-28-2009   TMM

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