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William Connelly (abt. 1769 - 1835)

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Dr. William Connelly
Born about [location unknown]
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Bangall, Dutchess County, New Yorkmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Saugerties, Ulster County, New Yorkmap
Profile last modified | Created 27 Aug 2013
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Contents

Biography

Extracts from Baptist Church Records Regarding Elder William Connelly. By Eric Winchell (A Work in Progress - 4/12/2001)

Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Brookfield, Orange County, NY, May 31, and June 1 and 2, 1803.

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at Tongore

(Olive):: WM. CORNELLEY[sic], Asa Bishop

Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Warwick, Orange County, NY, May 29 and 30, 1804.

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at Tongore

(Olive):: WM. CORNELLEY[sic], Josiah Hollister,

Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Bedford, Westchester County, NY, May 28 and 29, 1805.

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at

Marbletown (Olive): WM. CORNELLY[sic]

Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Warwick, Orange County, NY, May 31 and June 1, 1808.

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at

Marbletown (Olive): WILLIAM CONNELLY

  • Eld. CONNELLY appointed messenger to the

Renesselaerville Association with Eld. LEVI HALL

Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Bedford, Westchester County, NY, June 7 and 8, 1809 and 29.

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at

Marbletown (Olive): WILLIAM CONNELL[sic] - not present

Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Lattin-town, (Marlborough) Ulster County, NY, June 6 and 7, 1810

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at

Marbletown (Olive): WILLIAM CONNELLY, Isaac Hollister, jr., Henry Brown

Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Clinton town, Dutchess County, NY, June 5 and 6, 1811

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at

Marbletown (Olive): James Winchel, Asa Bishop, Mathias Montross, Josiah Hollister, jr, Fred Haver

  • "The committee appointed to examine the petition of

the church at Woodstock, and Marbletown Report, 1st. That the said church is, in their opinion, a gospel church. 2nd, But they find them und-- circumstances with First Baptist church in Marbletown, that would render it imprudent at present to receive them.. 3rd. Would recommend it to the Association, to entreat them , (both churches) to call impartial persons to judge and determine between them, as we consider them both as acting imprudently..."


Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at Deer Park, NY, June 4 and 5, 1817

  • "...In reply to a query from the Clinton Town and

Marble Town churches, relative to the propriety of encouraging an excommunicated member, to exhort or to preach in public- We recommend that no such person be encouraged in out churches. - And as William Connerly[sic], formerly Pastor of the Marbletown church, comes under the above character, we therefore think it not expedient that our churches should encourage him as a public teacher


1822

June 12 - 13, 1822, Attended Baptist Association Held at First Wantage Baptist Church in, Sussex, NJ

  • Minister and messengers from the Church at

Latintown: William Conerly[sic]. Dea. W. Conklin, Dea. John Waters, David Woolsey

  • (William Connelly is listed as "Licensed" to preach

rather than an "ordained" minister)

  • William Connelly appointed messenger to the

Renesselaerville Association with Elder William Warren (pastor of Connelly's former church)[1]

August 6, 1822 - At ordination service for Rev. Charles Mais, as pastor of the Baptist Church of Christ in Newburgh, "Rev. William Connelly, an itinerant, made the concluding prayer."[2]

In both the 1824 and 1825 minutes Willaim Connelly is once again listed as an ordained minister representing the Latintown church

Sources

No sources. The events of William's life were either witnessed by Eric Winchell or Eric plans to add sources here later.

Footnotes

  1. Minutes of the Warwick Baptist Association Held at First Wantage, Sussex, June 12 and 13, 1822
  2. American Baptist Magazine, and Missionary Intelligencer, Volume 3

Acknowledgments

Thank you to Eric Winchell for creating Connelly-296 on 26 Aug 13. Click the Changes tab for the details on contributions by Eric and others.




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