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Title First Universalist Society collection

Dates 1790-1846
Bulk Dates 1827-1846
Author Woburn Public Library
Extent .42 linear feet (5 folders)
Arrangement Organized topically.
Collection number CH-3
Admin/Biographical History The First Universalist Society of Woburn, Massachusetts formed in 1827. A meeting house was erected and dedicated on December 23, 1829. The first minister was Rev. Otis A Skinner. He was followed by Rev. Daniel D. Smith, A. L. Balch, John Gregory and J.C. Waldo. The society discontinued meeting after 1841 and the meeting house was sold to the Town of Woburn in 1845 for a town hall.
Scope & Content Thematic collection of First Universalist Society records including General Record Book, Book of Taxes, List of Names Assessed Taxes in the First Universalist Society, sermons, letters, receipts and correspondence.
Source Edward F. Johnson, John Johnson Jr., William C. Parker, Nathan Wyman.
Cite as First Universalist Society Collection,
Woburn Public Library, Dr. Thomas J. Glennon Archives, Woburn, MA 01801.
Indexes Online Finding Aid
Subjects Correspondence
Receipts
Sermons
Taxes
Universalist churches
Local Subjects First Universalist Society
Access Access may be limited. Contact library for details.