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Rel. Religion

 Topic Guide
Identifier: Rel
This classification groups together collections on the topic of Religion.

Found in 113 Collections and/or Records:

Hopewell / Montgomery Presbyterian Church Records (MFM-50)

Identifier: MFM-50
Scope and Contents

The collection for this Cincinnati area church includes nine volumes of church records consisting of meeting minutes, membership lists, and financial records.

Dates: 1821-1894

Immanuel United Church of Christ Records (MFM-111)

Identifier: MFM-111
Scope and Contents

Formerly known as the German Reformed Church of Bromley, Kentucky, the records consist of five volumes which list church members, baptisms, marriages, confirmations, and funerals. Also included is a church history and minutes of Monthly Meetings.

Dates: 1894-1959

Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton Records (MS-434)

Identifier: MS-434
Abstract Founded in 1910, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton (JFGD) is a nonprofit and tax-exempt organization that furthers the welfare of the Jewish Community. Some activities of the organization include coordinating fundraising activities on a local and national level, fostering cooperation among Jewish organizations, and facilitating cultural, social, and educational programs. The records contain meeting minutes, correspondence, financial and membership records, photographs, scrapbooks,...
Dates: 1910-2010

Derostus F. Ladley Papers

Identifier: MS-117
Abstract Born April 10, 1806 in Virginia, Derostus Ladley was a minister and prominent member of the Christian Connection / Connexion (also called the Christian Church). From 1838-1852, the Ladley family moved around Ohio as he preached and founded churches. In 1852, the family settled in Yellow Springs, Ohio where he founded the First Christian Church, and the Second Christian Church. He was also involved in the founding of Antioch College. His papers consist primarily of letters between Derostus...
Dates: 1821-1867

Rose Mary Lawson Shaker Research Collection (MS-571)

Identifier: MS-571
Abstract This collection contains various documents, photographs, maps, correspondences, books, and audio-visual materials pertaining to Shaker religious communities in Ohio and Kentucky. Materials in this collection were either used or produced by Rose Mary Lawson, or her colleague, Martha Boice, during their research of Shaker communities. Rose Mary Lawson, née Haley, was an archivist, author, teacher, and researcher of Shaker religious communities. Lawson produced many written works on the...
Dates: 1980 - 2001; Majority of material found within 1990 - 2000

Local History Ephemera Collection

Identifier: MS-383

This is an ephemera collection donated by the Miami Valley Genealogical Society. The scope of collection is greatly varied. It consists of nine broad groups as follows: Central M.E. Church -- Springfield, Ohio; Political Ideologies; Clara Wiesenborn Papers; Governmental Ephemera; Publications; Family Papers; Business/Companies; Music; and Photographs.

Dates: 1864-1974

Lutheran Church of Our Savior Records (MFM-85)

Identifier: MFM-85
Scope and Contents

Contains one volume of records which list baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and funerals from this Cincinnati-area church.

Dates: 1902-1964

Lutheran Inner Mission League of the Miami Valley Newsletters (SC-334)

Identifier: SC-334
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of six issues of the organization’s The Voice newsletter, describing local Lutheran missionary activities, needs, properties, and finances.

Dates: 1926-1931

Manning Collection, West Side Baptist Church (SC-377)

Identifier: SC-377
Content Description

The collection consists of a church bulletin (1948), constitution, and 5 photographs of the congregation from West Side Baptist Church on Anna St. in Dayton, Ohio.

Dates: 1948; undated

Martini Church of Christ Records (MFM-54)

Identifier: MFM-54
Scope and Contents

Originally known as the German Evangelical Protestant St. Martin's Church of Lick Run, the Martini Church of Christ was founded in 1851. This collection contains two volumes of records. The first lists baptisms, confirmations, marriages, funerals, and communicants. The second is a transcription of funeral records from the first volume. All records are in German until 1913. This is a Cincinnati church.

Dates: 1839-1941