Summary Information:Call Number: bMS 210
Title: Langdon, New Hampshire. Universalist Society of Langdon. Records, 1791-c. 1930.
Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School,
45 Francis Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138-1911
Quantity: 1 box (.35 cubic feet).
bMS 210/1 (1) Universal Society of Langdon, New Hampshire. Record book, 14 March 1791-7 November 1858. Includes: records of organization, covenants, constitutions, members, and minutes of meetings of Universal Church or Society in Langdon, 1791-; Congregational Church of Christ in Langdon, 1792-; Christian Church in Langdon (association of Congregationalists and Universalists during Abner Kneeland's ministry), 1805-; First Universalian Society in Langdon, 1819-; Union Universalist Society of Alstead, Langdon, and vicinity, 1821-; Langdon and Paper Mill Village Union Universalist Society, 1840-1858. With a partial index.
Note: Apparently record book was begun in 1804 by Abner Kneeland Copying from old sources - see bMS 210/1 (2), "Foreward".
bMS 210/1 (2-5) Typescript transcript, ca. 1927, of previous record book by Asa Mayo Bradley, with Foreword and explanatory Notes.
bMS 210/2 (6) Letter, 27 December 1926, from Sarah A. Porter to Asa Mayo Bradley concerning Universalism in Langdon.
bMS 210/1 (7) Clippings, ca. 1920-1940, concerning town of Langdon and Ancestor's Day celebrations of Universalist Meeting House; program of celebration 28 August 1927.