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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:

Salem United Church of Christ Records (MFM-121)

Identifier: MFM-121
Scope and Contents

Consists of four volumes of records which list baptisms, marriages, funerals, and confirmations. Also included are 50th and 125th Anniversary booklets for this Cincinnati area church.

Dates: 1857-1987

Shaker Collection Papers (MFM-72)

Identifier: MFM-72
Scope and Contents

Collection consists of three items: the Benjamin Dunlavy Hymnal, handwritten in 1933 with an index; a history of the Shakers written by Richard McNemar in 1846; and The Vocalist, another Shaker hymnal, written by Sussana M. Brady in 1850.

Dates: 1833-1850

Society of Friends, Elk Creek Meeting Records (MFM-137)

Identifier: MFM-137
Scope and Contents

Records consist of Men's and Women's meeting minutes, anti-slavery Friends minutes, and miscellaneous papers.

Dates: 1828-1852

Society of Friends (Quakers) Records (MFM-125)

Identifier: MFM-125
Scope and Contents Collection consists of records from the Society of Friends Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting and includes records from the following Quarterly and Monthly Meetings: Alum Creek, Miami, Short Creek, Green Plain, Campus, Milford, Springboro, Fall Creek, Goshen, Elk Creek, Whitewater, Westfield, Yellow Springs, Lafayette, Lexington, and Louisville. Records consist of membership rolls, marriages, births, deaths, removals, minutes of Men's and Women's Meetings, the minutes of various committees, and...
Dates: 1776-1988

St. Andrews Episcopal Church Records (MFM-127)

Identifier: MFM-127
Scope and Contents

Records consist of vestry meeting minutes as well as records of baptisms, marriages, burials, and confirmations. St. Andrews is located in Dayton, Ohio.

Dates: 1889-1923

St. Elizabeth Hospital Records

Identifier: MS-497
Abstract The St. Elizabeth Hospital Records document the growth and expansion of the Franciscan Health Network in Dayton. The hospital was established in 1878 and founded as Dayton's first community hospital by the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor. Expansion and construction began in 1882 and continued throughout the hospital's existence. The collection includes photographs and negatives documenting this development overtime. The Nursing School was established at St. Elizabeth Hospital in 1929 and...
Dates: 1878-2000; Majority of material found within 1940-2000

St. Jacob United Church of Christ Records (MFM-116)

Identifier: MFM-116
Scope and Contents

Includes a church history, membership register, Sunday School records, baptisms, marriages, funerals, and confirmations. St. Jacob is located in Sunman, Indiana.

Dates: 1837-1982

St. Jacob's Evangelical Lutheran Church Records (MFM-94)

Identifier: MFM-94
Scope and Contents

Records of this Miamisburg church include the original constitution and minutes, records of baptisms, marriages, funerals, confirmations, ministerial acts, and membership lists. The early 19th-century records are written in both German and English.

Dates: 1826-1985

St. James Episcopal Church Records (MFM-33)

Identifier: MFM-33
Scope and Contents

Records include vestry minutes, parish registers, the records of three early female missionary societies, and a service record book. St. James Episcopal Church is in Piqua, Ohio.

Dates: 1832-1986

St. John's Community Church Records (MFM-68)

Identifier: MFM-68
Scope and Contents

The early records of St. John's are in German, a practice which continued until 1918. Three volumes of records deal with baptisms, marriages, confirmations, and funerals. Originally known as the St. John's Evangelical Congregational Church and located in Mt. Auburn, a neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. St. John's Community Church moved to Northern Hills in 1966.

Dates: 1874-1986