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NPUMC History

List of pastors

1786: East Jersey circuit John M’Claskey, Ezekiel Cooper

1787: Simon Pile, Cornelius Cook

1788: Flanders Circuit, Philadelphia Conference: Jesse Lee, Aaron Hutchinson, John Lee

1789: Aaron Hutchinson, David Combs

1790: Richard Swain, Thomas Morell, Elder

1791: Richard Swain, Samuel Fowler

1792: Jethro Johnson, Robert M’Coy

1793: John Clark, Daniel Dennis

1794: Shadrach Bostwick, Samuel Coate

1795: John Fountain, Robert Dillon

1796: Thos. Woolsey, Samuel Thomas

1797: Samuel Thomas, Thomas Everard

1798: Jas. Campbell, David Bartine

1799: Anning Owen, Thomas Smith

1800: Robert M’Coy Daniel Dickerson

1801: Elijah Woolsey, Benjamin Iliff

1802-04: Ulster Circuit, Philadelphia Conference

1802: G.A. Knowlton, Andrew M’Kain

1803: Gideon A. Knowlton, John Crawford

1804: Ulster Circuit becomes part of the NY Conference John Crawford

1804: Wm. Vredenburgh, Zenas Covel

1805: Alexander Morton

1806: Henry Stead, Nicholas Hill

1807: Elias Vanderlip, William Case

1808: Thomas Woolsey, John Kline

1809: Peter Moriarty, Sam’l Fowler

1810: Thos. Woolsey, James Edmonds

1811: Bela Smith, John Russel

1812: Wm. Jewett, Elijah Hibbard

1813: Wm. Jewett, Stephen Jacob

1814: Jesse Hunt, Eli Barnett

1815: Charles Northrop, Josiah Bowen

1816: Wm. M. Stilwell, Earl Bancroft

1817: no Ulster circuit, no New Paltz circuit listed (but in stats shown the following year Newburgh jumped

          from 557 whites to 706 whites and from 4 to 11 colored. Ulster had 294 & 2 recorded in 1817

1818: no Ulster circuit, no New Paltz circuit listed

1819: no Ulster circuit, no New Paltz circuit listed

1820: no Ulster circuit, no New Paltz circuit listed

1821: no Ulster circuit, no New Paltz circuit listed

1822: no Ulster circuit, no New Paltz circuit listed

1823: no Ulster circuit, no New Paltz circuit listed

1824: Hudson River District, New Paltz Circuit set up. Nicholas White Pastor but stats for 1824 shows

          Newburgh village 87 & 1, Newburg circuit 438 and 14; 1825 shows only Newburg with 252 and 2; New Paltz has 242 and 6

1825-1826 Bradley Selleck

1827 H. Humphrey and E. Smith

1828 H. Humphrey

1829 Eben Smith

1830 Valentine Buck

1830 Valentine Buck

1831 Benjamin Griffin

1832 H. Wing

1833 H. Wing and E. Washburn

1834 E. Washburn

1835 John W. LeFevre and J. Shew

1836 C Stillman

1837 Valentine Buck

1838-1839 John C. Green

1840 Newburgh District, Plattekill and New Paltz, Ira Ferris, R.K. Reynolds

1840 Methodist church constructed corner Main & Church streets

1840-1842 Ira Ferris and R.R. Reynolds

1841 Newburgh District, Plattekill and New Paltz, Ira Ferris, M.D’C. Crawford.

1842 Newburgh District, New Paltz and Plattekill, Edward Oldrin, Eli Westlake

1843 E. Oldrin and J.W. Lindsey

1843 Newburgh District, New-Paltz and Plattekill, Edward Oldrin, J. Wesley Lindsey

1844 Newburgh District, New Paltz and Plattekill, Thomas Newman, J. Wesley Lindsey

1844-1846 Thomas Newman and John Davey

1846 Newburgh District, New Paltz and Plattekill, Charles W. Carpenter, John Reynolds.

1847 Newburgh District, New Paltz and Plattekill, C.E. Carpenter and J.K. Still

1848 Newburgh District, New Paltz and Plattekill, A.S. Lakin, J.C. Washburn.

1848-1849 A.S. Larken and J.C. Washburn

1850-1851 Jeremial Millard

1852   Joseph Elliott

1853   Stout

1854-1855 D.B. Turner

1856-1857 D.W. Van Gosbeck

1857 Incorporated.

1858 Newburgh, New Paltz Landing, U. Messiter

1858-1859 Urial Messiter

1859 Newburgh, New Paltz Landing, U. Messiter

1860 Newburgh, New Paltz Landing, W. Blake

1860-1861 William Blake

1862 Joel Craft

1863-1865 P.R. Hamphurst

1866 Edmond Lewis

1867 George Daniels

1868 John H. Wood

1868 Newburgh, New Paltz, J.H. Wood.

1869 A. Rogers

1869 Newburgh, New Paltz, A. Rogers.

1870 Moved building to face Church Street

1870 Newburgh, New Paltz, N. Brusie

1870-1871 Nelson Bruzie

1871 Newburgh, New Paltz, N. Brusie

1872-1873 David Gibson

1874-1875 Thomas Carter

1876 J.W. Jones

1876 Newburgh, New Paltz, J.W. Jones.

1877-1879 C.F. Wixon

1880-1881 J.T. Hargrave

1882 Newburgh, New Paltz, J. Keogan

1882-1883 John Keogan

1884 Building raised and tower added and redecorated

1884-1886   Thomas Elliott

1887-1889   R.A. Brown

1890-1892   W.R. Evans

1893-1894   Frank Beal

1895-1896   E.H. Carr

1897-1898   R.S. Crawford

1899-1900 Robert L. Ross

1900 Lincoln R. Long (six months)

1901-1907   George M. Cranston

1908-1910   Ozias D. Ramsey

1911-1913   Edwin Corneille

1914-1920   James Douglas

1921-1922   Edmond T. Byles

1923-1929   J.R. Halmshaw

1930-1931 Richard Braunstein

1930 Newburgh, New Paltz

1932-1934   Robert L. Mauterstock

1935-1938   Alfred C. Coons

1939-1941   Elmer Bostock

1942 -43 David W. Soper

1943-1947   E. Bond Brown

1948-1950   Lee H. Ball

1951-1964   Willett R. Porter Jr.

1964-1972   Roy A. Hassel

1972-1976   Craig A. Haight

1976 Edwin Gault

1976-1981   Robert Meyer

1981-1982   Paul Allen

1982-1987   Stephen Bauman

1987-1989 Christine C. Ransom (Pastoral Associate)

1987-1994   Richard E. Edwards

1988-2002   Myron F. Ronk (Pastoral Associate)

1994 -2001 Rolland French

2001 -2003 Kevan T. Hitch

2003 -2010 Dorothy Caldwell

2010 – present Bette Johnson Sohm

Living Water

LivingwaterThursdays at 6:00pm

Please join us in this emerging worship service.

If you are a musician and would like to be a part of this service, please contact Pastor Bette.

Shrove Tuesday Dinner 2/9

shrove%20tuesdaySt Andrew’s Episcopal Church is hosting

Pancake Dinner for Shrove Tuesday

February 9 from 5pm to 7pm.

See details below

shrove tues 16 press release

2016 Lecture #2

Lee Pritchard February 19, 2016

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