Members of the Baptist Church of Christ
in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, NY
in 1787-1789

The Baptist Church of Christ in Pittstown was fellowshipped as a church by several churches convened together on the occasion in March 1787. This list of members was found in the Revolutionary War Widow's Pension Application File of Kesiah Martin, widow of soldier Thomas Martin, File W18487. It was submitted to this website by Scott Herrington. Many thanks, Scott!

The names of those members who were connected and fellowshipped in March 1787 and from that time until 21 February 1789 are as follows:

Solomon W Thompson
Brethren Gershom Hinkley
Benjamin Eastwood
Jared Carter
Elisha Clark
Henry Mead
Samuel Crandal
John Lamb
William Lamport
Jacob Miller
Samuel Halstead
William Cuthbert
Mayhew Dagget
Jeremiah Reynolds
Ebeneser Willson
Nathan Jeffers
Thomas Martin
Katharine Hinkley
Patience Eastwood
Elisabeth Smith
Dorcas Smith
Millisent Mead
Anne Wilson
Bulah Lamb
Rebecca Gallop
Mary Eastwood
Lydia Eastwood
Kesiah Martin
Mary Lamport
Rebecca Jeffers
Martha Cuthbert
Elisabeth Reynolds
Elisabeth Hinkley
Rebecca Allen
Ruth Mead
Elizabeth Francis
Mary Halstead
Sarah Miller
Anne Wait
Naomi Dagget

From the deposition of Solomon W. Thompson, Clerk of the Baptist Church of Pittstown from 1838 until date of deposition, 3 August 1846, as recorded by Charles H. Barry, Justice of the Peace. Content Source: The National Archives. Publication Number: M804. Publication Title: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files. Publisher: NARA. National Archives Catalog ID: 300022. National Archives Catalog Title: Case Files of Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Applications Based on Revolutionary War Service, compiled c1800-c1912, documenting the period c1775-c1900. Record Group: 15. Short Description: NARA M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files. State: New York. Veteran Surname: Martin. Veteran Given Name: Thomas. Pensioner Surname: Martin. Pensioner Given Name: Kesiah. Service: New York. Pension Number: W. 18487.

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