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Lucius Foote, Sacramento, Cal. S. A. McEwen, Darlington.

Ebenezer P. Salmon, Allen's Grove. Hiram Freeman, Oshkosh.

William E. Merriman, Pres., Ripon. | F. G. Sherrill, Milwaukee.
Benjamin E. Hale. Beloit.
S. E. Miner, Monroe.

John C. Sherwin, Ag't H. M. Soc., James Hall, 8. 8., Center.

Melzar Montague, Allen's Grove. West Salem. J. A. Hart, Bloomfield.

Edward Morris.

(Grove. J. D. Stevens, Waterford. Chauncy D. Helmer, New York. Richard Morris, Prin. Acad., Allen's W. J. Stoutenburgb. Simon J. Humphrey, Dist. Sec. A. J. A. Nurthrop, Clyman.

Sam'l H. Thompson, Allen's Grove. B. C. F. M., Chicago. A. A. Overton, Avoca.

W. W. Thorpe, 8.B., Hudsou. 0. Johnson, Beaver Dam.

P. C. Pettibone, Agent Beloit Col., Ira Tracy, Tafton. David Jones, Arena.

Beloit

C. Warner, Elk Grove.
W. W. Jones, Aurora ville.
David Pinkerton, Waupun.

J. H. Waterman, Pewaukee. William L. Lloyd, Milwaukee. William Porter, Prof., Beloit. Jeremiah W. Walcott, Ripon. T. Loomis, Menemonee.

E. W. Rice, 8. s. Agit, Milwaukee. A. A. Young, s. 8., Oconto. C. W. Matthews, Sun Prairie. L. Rogers, Linn.

TOTAL, 53. SUMMARY. – CHURCHES : 17 with pastors ; 102 with stated supplies ; 2 condition not reported; 39 vacant.

TOTAL, 160.
Ministers : 17 pastors ; 78 stated supplies ; 53 others. TOTAL, 148.
CHURCH MEMBERS : 3,280 males; 6.303 females ; 159 not specified. TOTAL, 9,742, of which 1,203 are absent.
ADDITIONS IN 1864-5: 744 by profession : 416 by letter. Total, 1,172 (including 12 not specified).
REMOVALS IN 1864-5: 106 by death ; 444 by dismissal ; 24 by excommunication. TOTAL, 584 (including 10

not specified).
BAPTISMS IN 1864-5: 321 adult; 279 infant.
IN SABBATH SCHOOLS ; 12.110.
NUMBER OF PERSOns under pastoral charge : 24,970.
BENEVOLENT CONTRIBUTIONS : $39,065.95.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES.- WISCONSIN. The following PRESBYTERIAN Churches are connected with the PRESBYTERIAN AND CONGREGATIONAL CONVENTION OF WISCONSIN. We do not include them in our summary, of course.

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Alto Holland, 1859 C. E. Van Deven, s. 8. 1859 1864) 34 26 60 0 0 0

110 646 Ashippun, 1857 None.

3 11 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beaver Dam, 1819 J. J. Miter, p.

1838 1856 66 133 204 34 14 3 17 5 5 0 10 5 12 150 Dayton,

1858 None. No report. Fair Play, 1812 William Stoddart, s. s. 1857 1857| 10:25 35 7

5 2 7

91 2 51

70 Geneva,

1839 Peter S. Van Nest, 8. 8. 1842 1861 51 124 175 22 0 0 0 3 12 15/ 0 2 150 Green Bay, 1836 None.

30 60 90 16 7 4 11 2 2 0 4 0 0 140 Greenwood, 18:2 N 4. Clark, 8, 8.

1833 1862 10 21 31 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Hazel Green, 1845 None.

4 12 16 31 0 0 01 0 1 001 New Lisbon, 1855 H. S. Clark, 8. 8. 1885 14 33 47 0 1 1 2 1

92 Markesan, 1855 D. M. Bardwell, s. 8.

1865 9 18 27 11 4 51 1 0 0 1 0 1 Mineral Point, 1839 E. B. Miner, 8. 8.

1863 1864 33 64 94 20 16 11 27 1 0 0 1 5 13 210 Monticello, 1851

3 5 8 3 0 0 0 1 10 0 11 0 0 90 Oconto,

1858 Albert A. Young, 8.8. 1863 1864 9 11 20 0 7 1 81 0 6 0 61 05 Pleasant Hill, 1853 George M. Smith, s. s. 18651 14 34 48 2 10 0 10 2 2 0 4 3 1 45 Potosi,

1840 Nicholas Mayne, 8. 8. 1855 1863 5 13 18 1 1 0 11 0 1 1 001 40 Racine, 1839 None.

67 153 220 30 4 6 10 2 17 0 191 1 2 200 Somers,

1839 John Gridley, s. 8. 1835 1855 23 28 51 6] 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 Stone Bank,

1858 Wm. Drummond, 8. s. 1860 1863 9 24 33 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 85 From former reports,

14 TOTAL. - 19 churches ; 13 ministers.

401 804 1205 149 68 33 101 22 64 86 16 48 1473 The churches, together with the Presbyterian churches above, are united in seven district Conventions, and, through them, in a General Convention.

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MINNESOTA.

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Afton,

1858 Chauncy Hall, Albert Lea,

1859 Philo Canfield, Anoka,

1855 Abel K. Packard, Austin,

1857 Alfred Morse, Cannon Falls,

1856 Jeremiah R. Barnes, Chain Lake Center,

1865 John C. Strong, Claremont,

1860 Charles Shedd, Clearwater,

1859 Willam B. Dada, Cottage Grove, 1868 George S. Biscoe, Elgin,

1858 Excelsior & Chanhas'n,1858 Charles B. Sheldon, Faribault,

1856 J. W. Strong, Guilford,

Sept. 1, 1865.
18631 5 16 21 10 2 1 3 2 4
1864 5 15 20 21 5 6
1800 17 42 59 15 3 1 4 1 3
1864 17 25 42 2 9 9
1865 6 10 16

6
1864 8 8 16

16
1860
2 6 814

1
1862 17 46 63 61 1
1861 1861 16 23 39 8 5 5) 2

12 17 29 1 3 4
1855) 35 50 85 10 10 10
1865 39 63 102 10 6 3 9 5
1804 4 711

1 1
1865 5 6 11
1863 9 12 21 1

30 1 80 4 25

Un. 4 1 50 5 1 1 83

60

1870 Alfred Morre, Glencoe,

1857 B. F. Haviland, Hamilton,

1860 Joseph S. Rounce, High Forest,

1860 Joseph S. Rounce, Hutchinson,

1862 None.

2 1863) 10 15 25 3 2 6 1

1, 21

40 1) Un.

Un. Un.

CKH. MEMBERS. JADDIT'S. REMOVALS. B'ISMS.
Sept. 1, 1865. 1864-5. 1864-5. 1864-5.

CHURCHES.

MINISTERS.

Place and Name.

Commenced.

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Lake City,
1836 De Witt C. Sterry,
1856 30 66 86 5 3 4

4 1 1 100 Lakeland, 1858 (C. Hall, Pres.)

1863) 10 14 24 6 8 1 91 1] 6 40 Lenora, 1857 George Bent, 1861 7 9 16 2 2 2

2 Lewiston, 1859 Jeremiah R. Barnes, 1865 3 7 5

40 Mantorville, 1858 Charles Shedd,

1858 8 21 29 3 1 5 6 1 2 3 1 1 70 Marine, 1858 E. W. Merrill, 1864 2 7 9

58 Mazeppa, 1860 Warren Bigelow, 1802 4 17 21 111' 4 5 2 2

Un. Medford, 1856 (J. J. Aiken, Pres.) 1865| 12 16 28 3 3 31 1 5 6

65 Minneapolis, 1857 Charles C. Salter,

1862 66 114 180 21 15 28 431 213 1 16 8' 6 160 Monticello, 1856 A. K. Fox,

1860 18 28 46 4 4 2 6 8 1 9 4 1 80 Nicollet, 1864

6 11 Northfield, 1857E. S. Williams,

1864 53 87 140 1228 281 110 1111 7 80 Orono, 1861 Almond K. Fox, 1860) 4 8

50 Owatonna, 1857 C. L. Tappan,

1864 1864 15 26 41 4 5 6 11 1 14 60 Plainview, 1803 Henry Willard, 1858 1863 13 20 33 41 2 1 3 1

1 1 Un, Prairieville, East, 1860 L. C. Gilbert,

1865] 20 21 41 4 1 3 4 1 3 4 1 Un. Preston, 1858 None.

5

9 2 Princeton, 1856 None.

8 11 19 41 1

16 Quincy, 18 3J. C. Beekman, 1863 1862 9 12 21 2 7 1 8 1

1 3 3 80 Rochester, 1858 William R. Stevens,

1862 20 48 68 41 16 17) 1 2 3] 2 Rushford, 1860) W.W. Snell, 1835 5 10 15

40 Saratoga, 1856[G. K. Clark, Pres.) 1855) 10 13 23 3 1 1 6 2

GO Sauk Rapids, 1855 None.

7 13 2 Shakopee (German), 180 Adam Blumer,

1860 5 9 14 1 1 1

34 Spring Valley, 1856 L. 8. Griggs, 1864 1863 25 28 53 71 8 6 14 5 1 614

Un. St. Anthony,

1851 Charles Seccombe, 1851 1850 28 46 74 20 2 3 5 1 2 3 2 1 St. Charles, 1859 J. C. Beekman, 1863 1862 10 26 36 41 2 7 9 3 1 4

50 St. Cloud, 1864 None.

8 5 13 31 1 1

1 St. Paul, 185.- J. F. Dudley, 1864 1863 18 42 60 171 4 9 13 1

100 Sterling, 1857 N. A. Hunt,

1861| 23 24 47 413 5 18 1 1 2 2 5 40 Vernon Center, 1864 N. A. Hunt, 1861 2 2

5 Wabashaw, 1857 Ellward Hildreth,

1865| 26 39 65 21 1 3 4 5 5 5 85 Warren, 1863 William Porteus,

1803 7 613 Wasioja, 1858 Charles Shedd, 1858 5 12 17 2 1 2 3 1 5 6

40 Whitewater Falls, 1858 None.

3 3 6 1

1 1

Un. Winnebago City, 1859 (J. E. Conrad, Presb.)

1857 6 12 18 2 1 3 4 2 2

30 Winona, 1854 David Burt,

1858 47 97 144 21 27 19 46 1 3 2 6 12 9 187 Zumbrota, 1857 Edward Brown,

18641 24 32 56 121 3 2 51 2 2 12 80 OTHER MINISTERS.- Report not re- Justin E. Burbank, Ed'r, Preston. Edwin Teele, Bristol Center. ceived. Last year: W. Simpson Clark.

Royal Twitchell, Apoka.
David Andrews, Winona.
Charles Galpin, Excelsior.

Austin Wiley, Northfield.
Lauren Arineby, Chapl. 8th Minn. Richard Hall, Ag't A. H. M. Socʻy.

Total, 9. SUMMARY. - CHURCHES : 43 with ministers (not subdivided); 2 condition not reported ; 10 vacant (4 of

which are supplied by Presbyterians). TOTAL, 55. The Minnesota minutes say, Whole number of
churches, 67 ; of which 8 are in Wisconsin;" but they enumerate only 64, -8 of which are in Wis-

consin, and one was organized after the close of the statistical year.
MINISTERS: 35 in pastoral work (not subdivided); 8 others. TOTAL, 43.
Church MEMBERS : 779 males ; 1.299 females. TOTAL, 2,078, of which 274 are absent.
ADDITIONS IN 1861-5: 173 by profession : 165 by letter. TOTAL, 338.
REMOVALS IN 1861-5: 28 by death ; 108 by dismissal ; 9 by excommunication. TOTAL, 140.
BAPTISMS IN 1864-5; 69 adult; 70 infant.
IN SABBATH School8 : 2,303, besides such as are in 10 Union schools.
BENEVOLENT CONTRIBUTIONS: $2,901.25.

I OWA.

(May 1, 1865.) Algona, 1858 C. Taylor, 1835 18561 4 8 12 11 2 21

25 Almoral, 1857 None.

4 7 11 2 2 2 4 1

3) 30 Anamosa,

1816 Orville W. Merrill, 1857 1862 26 47 73 16 3 9 12 1 3 13 17 2 1 Bellevue, 1847 None.

7 19
5 12

4 115 Bentonsport, 1843 Harvey Adams,

1843 1864 16 33

1 1 2] 1 1 2) 1 1 Bethel, 1859 J. C. Cooper,

1804 3 6 9 1
1864 J. J. Hill,
1843 1864 3 4 7

71 7

30 Big Rock, 1876 8. N. Grout,

1850 1856 20 30 60 421 9 30 2 2 12 6 75 Black Hawk,

1862

No report.
Blairstown,
1864 Ozro French,

1838
3 9 12
3 3

40 Bowen's Prairie, 1813 None.

17 23 40 1

1 45 Bradford, 1854 J. K. Nutting, 1858 1859 16 33 49 41 1 1 2 3 5

60 Brighton,

1842

No report.
Brookfield,
1858 W. A. Keith,
1847 1857 9 21 30 9

2
2

35 Brown Township,

1860 Orville W. Merrill, 1857 1864 8 10 18 Buffalo Grove, 1857 William Spell,

7 16 23

1 1

40 Buckingham, 1854 Bennett Roberts,

1828

8 19 27 2 2 4 6 1 12 Burlington, 1838 Wm. Salter, p.

1813 66 123 189 25 10 9 19 3 7 10 2 200 Burr Oak, 1859, George Bent, 1856 1860) 10) 181 28

40

66

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Byron Township, 1865

9 12 21 12 9 2 Cass,

1856 Chester C. Humphrey, 1861 1863) 15 20 35 5 2 2 Cedar Falls,

1860 Lebbeus B. Fifield, 1857 1860 16 30 46 6 3 8 11 14 52 4 35 Cedar Rapids (Kingston), No repori. Center Township, 1864 C.F. Veitz,

1852 1863 4 2 6

1 1 2 2 2) 18 Central City, 1858

20 22 42 6 5 7 12 1

12 55 Charles City, 1858 D. N. Bordwell, 1857 1864 5 9 14 2

85 Chapin, 1858 W. P. Avery,

1846 1859 Civil Bend, 1861 Glover C. Reed,

1861 1864 16 21 37 4 2 2 414 512 31 25 Clay, 1842 J. R. Kennedy,

1858 1861 50 64 114 23 9 6 15 1 8 917 105 Colesburg,

1846 Luther P. Mathews, 1853 1862 17 31 48 8 2 4 6 1 11 2 50 Columbus City, 1846 R. Hunter, 1855 1860 16 38 54 17 1 21

28 Concord, 1855 Alfred Wright, 1830 1863 6 7 13)

4 4 Copper Creek, 1854

12 29 41

48 12 Cottonville, 1841 None.

4 7 11 1 Council Bluffs, 1853 William W. Allen, 1856 1863 8 19 27 5 4 9

70 Crawfordsville, 1842 E. P. Smith, 1855 1864] 27 34 61 4 3 31

1 60 Danville, 1839 D. B. Davidson, 1847 1864 37 39 76 314 4] 2

45 Davenport, 1857 J. F. Graf, 1864 1864 17 20 37 5

24 2 70 Edwards ch., 1861 W. Windsor, 1858 1861 15 44 59 9 3 5 8

2 7 130 Decorah, 1854 Ephraim Adams, 1843 1857) 23 41 64 11 5 2 7

21 200 Denmark, 1838 Asa Turner, p.

1830 1838 103 132 235 1 5 1 12 1311 3150 Des Moines, 1857 J. M. Chamberlain, 1859 1859 29 44 73 711 617

5 2 100 De Witt, 1842 J. Van Antwerp, 1847 1857 18 46 64 610 616

717 11 50 Dubuque,

1839 Lyman Whiting, p. 1843 1864 104 126 230 85 2 14 16 1 6 7/1 16/140 Durant, 1856 H. L. Bullen, p.

1850 1860 22 30 52 10 3 3 61 1 2/2 41 50 Durango, 1848 Alfred Wright, 1830 1863 8 16 24 81 8

5 1 20 Dyersville, 1859 Wm. H. Heu de Bourck, 1830 1858 6 11 17 8 4 121 4 5

80 Earlville, 1859 None.

6 15 21 6 4 4 13 1 14

58 East Lafayette, 1859 D. B. Eels,

1861 1864 6 10 16 2 1 2 8 3 31 31 40 Eddy ville, 1845 Daniel Lane,

1843 18621 27 40 67 6 22 1 2312 31 618 4 Elgin, 1864 H. Hess,

1864 1864 20 24 44 11 11 2 2 Elk River, 1854 0. Emerson, Jr.,

1841 1862 14 23 37 4 2 61 Elkader,

No report. Exira, 1859 1847 1863 6 4 10 3

80 Fairfield,

1839 John M. Williams, 1842 1863] 47 83 130 10 29 38 673 3 69 7175 Fairview, 1863 J. C. Cooper, 1853 1863 5 14 19 1

2
Fairfax,
1863 Ozro French,

1838
7 11 18 2 10 12

50 Farmington, 1840 Harvey Adams, 1843 1843 9 27 36 8

260 Farmersburgh, 1853 J. R. Upton,

1855 1860 8 9 172 Fayette, 1855 J. J. Hill, 1843 1864 9 16 25 61 8 2 10

3 75 Flint, 1846 Thomas W. Evans, 1846 1856 6 9 15 2 2 1 2 3

30 Floyd Center, 1857 None.

2 3 5 Fontanelle,

1859

No report Forestville, 1857 None.

2 3 5

1 1 Foreston, 1864 J. A. Jones, 1865 1865 5 7 12 12 12

30 Fort Atkinson, 1857 J. Hurlburt, No report. Fort Dodge, 1856 C. F. Boynton,

1861 1864 9 10 19 11 1 1 1 1 43 Franklin, 1858 D. B. Eels, 1861 1864 18 19 37 16 2 1 3 8 3.

35 Gaiard, 1865 H. Hess,

1864 1864 6 10 Garnavillo, 1844 Giles M. Porter, 1844 1863 9 25 34 11 1 1 6 6

74 1851 H. Hess, 1864 1864 3 5 8

30 Georgetown,

1863

No report. Genoa Bluffs, 1856 Benjamin T. Jones, 1864 1864 4 9 13 5

1/ 20 Glasgow 1853 J. C. Cooper, 1853 1863] 16 21 37 4 11 1 12

6

40 Glenwood, 1856 Albert V. House, 1860 1862 18 31 49 516 4 20

9
Grandview,
1857 F. W. Judisch,

1860 1860 21 28 49
2 10 3 13 2

31 40 Green Mountain, 1857 Robert Stuart,

1848 1861 13 14 27 3 2 3 5

1/ 75 Grinnell, 1855 S. D. Cochran, 1842 1863 113 130 243 52 29 29 68 4 8

22/23/200 Hampton, 1858 W. P. Avery,

1846 1859 2 8 10 3 3 3 Harrison, 1859 W. Reid Black, 1857 1864 3 3 62

20 Hillsboro, 1853 S. Hemenway, 1842 1859 13 17 30 5

21 3 216 Indiantown, 1855 Robert Stuart,

1848 1861 17 24 41 5 2 2 1 Inland, 1855

9 8 17 Iowa F's, Ellis & Alden, 1856 A. Graves,

1841 1862/ 29 40 69 11 6 14 20 2 214 Iowa City, 1856

15 24 39 7

26 Irving, 1859 S. P. La Due,

1843 1864 8 12 20 1 8 4 12 Jefferson, 1851 J. C. Cooper,

1864 3 10 13 2 Keokuk, 1854 George Thatcher, p. 1844 1860 61 26 87 2 8 10

90 Keosauqua, 1844 J. D. Sands,

18 43 61 6

1

1) 98 Lansing, 1853 James M. Gilbert, 1860 1862 8 22 30 41 2 7 9

2 150 Lansing Ridge, 1865 J. H. Langpaap,

1859 1864) 24 12 36 134 2 36

11 24 Le Claire, 1849 A. Harper, 1863 1860 7 14 21 311 3 411

70 Lewis, 1855 L. Harlow, 1863 1863) 22 39 61 3 1 4 5

2 Lima, 1857 J. J. Hill, 1843 1864 6 13 19 1 12 2 14

40 Long Creek, 1846 David Knowles, 1846 1863 24 27 51 2 61 61 1

60 60 Lucas Grove, 1858 T. II. Canfield,

1841 1863 15 31 46 3 114 14 Lyons, 1839 M. W. Fairfield, 1848 18641 45 92 137 43 16 10 26

718

3/180

CH. MEMBERS. ADDIT'S. REMOVALS. B'ISMS.
May 1, 1865. 1864-5. 1864-5. 1864-5.

CHURCHES.

MINISTER8.

Commenced.

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Magnolia,
1855 W. R. Black,

1857 1861 9 31 40 6 1 4 51 3
Manchester,
1850 Asa T. Loring,
1842 1860 10 32 42 2 5 5 101 1

68 Maquoketa,

1843
None.
25 43 68 31 1 1 2 1 5

1 60 Mason City, 1853 (J. D. Mason, lic.]

L. 1864 6 12 18 4 Marion, 1848 J. H. Ross, 1854 1864 16 36 52 4 3 3

1) 90 Martiusburg, 1860

2 7 9 McGregor, 1857 S. P. Sloan, 1854 1860 37 82 119 18 371 8 45

9 26 5 154 Milton, 1865 J. H. Langpanp,

1859 1864 5 5 10 10 10 Mitchell, 1857 W. L. Coleinan, 1847 1861 13 31 44 81 1 6 7 3

2 100 Monona, 1855 J. R. Upton, 1855 1860 9 21 30 5 2 6 8 1

1 1 1 80 Monticello, 1860 None.

7 9 16 2 1 2 3

1 Mount Pleasant, 1841 J. W. Pickett,

1862 1863 21 43 64 9 6 7 13 3 31 3 71 50 Muscatine,

1813 Alden B. Robbins, 1843 1843 65 121 186 32 17 8 25 38 11 5 4300
1854 (J. Schearer, lic. )
1854 1865 13 13 26 15

8 5 30 New Hampton, 1859 None.

No report. New Liberty, 1858 S. N. Grout, 1850 1856) 10 15 25 21

8) 40 New Oregon, 1856 J. W. Windsor, 1849 1856 9 21 30 1 1 1 1

74 Nevin, 1858

1828 1860 9 13 31 3 3) 1 2 31 3 20 Newton,

1856 Henry Elbert Barnes, p. 1862 1864 31 67 98 14 14 11 25 1 3 4] 5 1 130 Old Man's Creek, 1846 None.

20 23 43 2 6 6 4 20 24 6 38 Onawa, 1859

4 8 12 Orleans, 1863 John W. Windsor, 1819 1863 4 6 10 1

1

20 Osage, 1858 W. J. Smith, 1844 1856 10 16 26 1 1 1 1

1 50 Oskaloosa, 1814 Charles H. Gates,

1851
? 42 68 110 17 23 23 46 3

75 Oskaloosa, (W.) 1800 Otho, 1855 C. F. Boynton, 1861 1864) 14 16 30 6 7 7 14

31 25 Ottuinway, 1846 Simeon Brown, 1835 1864) 15 45 60 12 5 5 10 8

2) 78 Pacific, 1864 L. S. Williams, 1830 1864 6 10 16 13 3 16 2

15 Pine Creek, 1858 P. Wiedman, 1864 1864 14 16 30 31 2 2 2

31 30 Plymouth, 1858 (J. D. Mason, lic. )

10 8 18 Polk City, 1858 W. P. Apthorp, 1836 1862 9 10 19

40 Postville, 1856 [Chas. R. French, Pres.) 1860 9 10 19

50 Quasqueton, 1853 Albert Manson, 1841 1864| 18 29 47 12

3 21 84 Rockford, 1858 L. Warner, 1856 1864 18 14 32 41 6 3

70 Rockville, 1860 3 6 9

50 Rock Grove, 1860 L. Warner, 1856 1864 5 4 9

40 Sabula, 1845 0. Emerson, jr., 1841 1861 15 38 53 84

1

2 3 2 80 Salem, 1853 S. Hemenway, 1842 1859| 10 18 28 8

216 Salina,

1860

No report. Saratoga, 1861 None.

8 13 21 9 91

21 51 1 30 Sherrill's Mound, 1849 C. F. Veitz,

1852 1862 30 49 79 3116 161

460 Sioux City, 1857 Marshall Tingley, 1858 1861 4 13 17 4 2 1 3

3 1 1 60 Stacyville, 1857 W. L. Coleman, 1847 1857| 24 23 47 5 4 4

3) 1 2 35 Sterling, 1854 0. Emerson, jr., 1841 1861 5 10 15

40 Summit,

1851

No report. Tabor, 1852 J. Todd, 1844 1852 66 90 156 271 5 4 9

3 3 2 85 Tipton, 1844 Moses K. Cross, 1842 1855 20 40 60 5 7

9 4 4 60 Toledo,

1854 G. H. Woodward, 1837 1856| 21 36 57 13 1 1 2 2 2) 1 2 60
1865
None.
6 71 13 14 115

5 45 Ulster, 1861 L. Warner, 1856 1864 8 6 14 2

25 Warren, 1849 A. R. Mitchell, 1855 1863 6 9 15 2

40 Washington, 1855 None.

1861 1864 26 35 61 18 1 9 10 3 3 4 CO Waterloo, 1856 None.

22 49 71 7 2 5 7 10 4 14 1 2 85 Waverly,

1865 Edward S. Palmer, 1856 1865 8 16 24 1 23 24 Waukon, 1864 Alexander Parker, 1863 1864 8 13 21 4 1 5 6

70 1854 E. P. Smith, p.

1855 1854 20 24 44 8 2 10 121 2 1 31 2 1 60 Webster City, 1855 (W. F. Harvey, lic.) 1864) 13 23 36 7 2 4 6 61 1 7

30 West Union, 1854 J. J. Hill, 1843 1864 6 13 19 2 5 7

150 Wilton, 1856 H. L. Bullen, 1850 1860 913 22 6

1 Williamsburg, 1856 Evan L. Evans,

1848 1858 31 35 66 1 5 11 16 1 1 1 6 60 1858 Benjamin T. Jones, 1864 1864 7 8 15

40 York,

1848 Luther P. Mathews, 1853 1862 17 28 45 3 4 3 7 3 3 3 1 40 From former reports,

1121 209 3301 561

525

1

Troy,

Wayne,

OTHER MINISTERS.

Josiah B. Grinnell, Grinnell. Henry W. Parker, Prof., Grinnell.

Jesse Guernsey, Agt. A. H. M. Soc., W.F. Parker, Grinnell College. A. V. Baldwin.

Dubuque.

J. A. Reed, Agt. Am. H. M. Soc., Ethan 0. Bennet, Mt. Pleasant. Homer Hamlin, Grinnell.

Davenport. Samuel A. Benton, Anamosa. Stephen L. Herrick, Newton. Lucius C. Rouse, Grinnell. 8. Jay Buck, Prim. Prep. Dep., | A. H. Houghton, Lansing.

Isaac Russell, Bowen's Prairie. Iowa College.

Darius E. Jones, Bible Agt., Grin- Thomas N. Skinner, Agent Bible Cornelius S. Cady, Maquoketa. nell.

Soc., New Hampton. Charles W. Clapp, Grinnell. Aaron L. Leonard, Burlington. Benj. A. Spaulding, Ottumway. John Cross, 8. 8., Amity.

Edward P. Kimball, Monticello. David Worcester.
A D. French, Denmark.

Henry D. King, Bible Agent, Iowa
W. P. Gale, Williamsburg.
City.

TOTAL, 28.
S. B. Goodenow, Independence. James R. Mershon, Newton.

SUMMARY CHURCHES : 7 with pastors; 114 with ministers not subdivided ; 19 vacant; 19 condition not

reported. TOTAL, 159.
MINISTERS : 7 pastors; 87 in pastoral service, not subdivided ; 28 others. Total, 122.
CHURCH MEMBERS : 2,553 males ; 4,041 females ; 6 not specified. TOTAL, 6,600, of which 753 are absent.
ADDITIONS IN 1864-5: 627 by profession ; 615 by letter. Total, 1,142.
REMOVALS IN 1864-5: s1 by death: 326 by dismissal ; 36 by excommunication. TOTAL, 453.
BAPTISMS IN 1864-5: 221 adult; 209 infant.
IN SABBATH SCHOOLS : 8,971.
AVERAGE CONGREGATION : 10,696.

BENEVOLENT CONTRIBUTIONS : $9,994.00.
The churches are united in eleven Associations, and through them in a General Association.

MISSOURI.

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CONOSCO

Athens,
1865 Charles S. Callihan, 1844 1865

30 Bevier, Welsh, 1864 George M. Jones,

1863 1864

4 4 8 5

10 50 1865 A. D. Laughlin,

1847 1865 51 10 Brookfield, 1865 Charles II. Pratt, 1863 1865 8 15 1 9 10

70 Cameron, 1865 Marvin Leffingwell, 1844 1865 8 13

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50 Chilicothe, 1865 George P. Beard,

1865 4 10 14
2 2

40 Easton,

1865 George W. Stinson, 1856 1865 5 3 S Hannibal,

1859 Jul. M. Sturtevant, Jr. p 1860 1860 39 63 102 17 7 10 17 1 3 2 6 1 3 275 Kahoka, 1865 Charles S. Callihan, 1844 1865 9 7 16

40 Kidder, 1865 George G. Perkins, 1857 1865 3 6

35 Kingston, 1865 George B. Hitchcock, 1847 1865 3 4 7

80 Laclede, 1865 Edwin D. Seward,

1843 1865 3 12 15

61 6 2 2

60 Memphis, 1865 A. M. Thome,

1865 2 4 6 New Cambria, Welsh, 1864 George M. Jones, 1863 1864 9 18 3 4 7 1 1 2 Prospect Grove, 1865 Charles S. Callihan, 1844 1865 81 14

50 St. Louis,

1852 Truman M. Post, D.D., p. 1844 1852 94 160 254 82 8 26 34 20 20 4 5 317 Union Grove, 1865 A. M. Thome, 1865 2 5 7

35 Westport, 1805 Jonathan Copeland,

1865

19 * TOTAL,

204 324 547 99 23 61 90 3 31 2 36 5 18 1452 * Including mission schools, – Hannibal 150, Laclede 50, New Cambria 30. OTHER MINISTERS. — Most of these Orlando Clark, St. Louis.

S. R. Rosboro, Macon. are preaching at stations where Abraham Frowein, Lagrange. M. Henry Smith, Warrensburg.

churches will soon be formed. Lemuel Jones, pastor 1st Ind. ch., Ozro A. Thomas, Richmond. Leavitt Bartlett, Kansas City.

St. Louis.

Edwin B. Turner, Agent A. H. M. William Porter, Brunswick. Luther Newcomb, Georgetown.

Soc., Hannibal.
John M. Bowers, Sedalia.
Charles Peabody, St. Louis.

William Twining, St. Louis.
Israel Carleton, Utica.
B. F. Perkins, New London.

Total, 15.
SUMMARY. — CHURCHES : 2 with pastors ; 16 with acting pastors. Total, 18.

MINISTERS : 2 pastors; 12 acting pastors ; 8 preaching at stations ; 7 others. TOTAL, 29.
CHURCH MEMBERS, ADDITIONS, etc., as above.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO BENEVOLENT OBJECTS : $2,103.75.
A large portion of the male members have been in military ser: ice, more or less time, during the war.
During the year, – the churches (German) at Canton and Lagrange are regarded as extinct. Fifteen new

churches organized. A state conference under the name of “The General Congregational Confer-
ence of Missouri," was organized October 27, 1865, at Hannibal, Rev. Truman M. Post, D. D., of St.
Louis, Moderator, Rev. E. B. Turner, Hannibal, Scribo. It recommended two district conferences in
North Missouri, " divided by a line from the Missouri river to the state line, beginning with the east
line of Carroll county ;” and a third conference “ south of the Missouri river."
TENNESSEE.

Nov. 10, 1865. Memphis, Union ch., 1864 Thomas E. Bliss, 1852 1864 | 181 261 441 1 2 20 22 | 11 11 0 2| 10 210 This church was organized with 25 members, March 28, 1864, under the care of Rev. Mr. Bliss. OTHER MINISTERS.

Sam'l N. Moore, (of III.), Memphis. \ Ewing 0. Tade, Am. Miss'y Ass'n, L. Henry Cobb (of Mass ), Memph. Adam L. Rankin, Dist. Sec. A. T. among freedmen, Memphis. Zerah K. Hawley (of 111.), chapl’n, Socy, Memphis

TOTAL, 5. Memphis.

NEBRASKA.

Nov. 1, 1865. Avoca, 1865 M. Fayette Platt,

1864 1864) 31 25 0 1 4 510 0 0 0 0 0 Elkhorn, 1859 Everett B. Hurlbut, 1858 1861 3 4 7 11 0 0 0 0

210 Fontenelle, 1856 Lucian H. Jones,

1848 1864 16 11 27 404 40 100 30 Fremont, 1857 Isaac E. Heaton,

1837 1856 7 9 16 1 2 0 20 100 50 Nebraska City, 1863 Elisha M. Lewis,

1850 1863] 14 28 42 6 11 7180

6 2 1 114 Omaha, 1856 William W. Rose, 1862 1865 11 31 42 6 2 2 410

64 01 75 Salt Creek, 1864 M. Fayette Platt, 1864 1864 7 9 16 1 8 2 100

0 0 0 25 South Bend, 1865 M. Fayette Platt,

1864 1864 2 1 3 0 0 3 30000 30 20 Weeping Water, 1860, M. Fayette Platt,

1864 1862) 101 10 201 4 1 5 0 2 0 2 0 5) 25 9 Churches, 6 Ministers.

73 105 178 20 28 23 51 0 17 1 18 11 26 364

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