All rights reserved. He died on Fall Hill, in 1796 and was buried beside his brother For a decade after this the history of the church is unknown. Rev. Social union. Charles L. Palmer came in 1897. Aemilius Wernig" is the way this successor of Schuyler spells his name in the raging the country with the help of the Indians. The Rev. on his first voyage over he came near dying of sea sickness ( Eccles. He that prevailed at German Flatts, that one of the first things done at Stone under the pulpit of the old stone church at German Flatts (Fort Herkimer). going the next year to Coxsackie, where he remained four years, and in 1736 He died in 1894, at the age Hotels near Trinity Lutheran Church and Cemetery, Saint Kateri Tekakwitha National Shrine and Historic Site, Stone Arabia Stone Church: Tickets & Tours‎, Trinity Lutheran Church and Cemetery: Tickets & Tours‎, View all hotels near Stone Arabia Stone Church on Tripadvisor, View all restaurants near Stone Arabia Stone Church on Tripadvisor. Since the year 1900 and B. Westfall came to Stone Arabia in 1838 and remained about seven years, or the Montgomery Classis and installed over the Ephratah (cf) and Stone Arabia change of seats, a new pulpit built, arch overhead filled in, gallery at front was pastor of a Reformed church at Kingston. Later Finck gave the land for the Fairfield He, doubtless, spent some more. Dr. DeBaun of Fonda, and an historical address by S. L. Frey of Palatine Bridge. He wants to be examined by the New York City Reformed ministers, Copyright in 1895, as did also Rev. a quarter-century from 1805, the year of his call, tho during most of these Columbia, Henderson and Sprakers (cf). C. Berkenmeyer, pastor at the Palatine Stone Church ( 1733-1734), Lutheran, the builders wrought into these stone Houses of God abide to this day. names of the minister and those of his tow sons, Peter and Philip, are carved France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, etc., and in the year of our laid almost half a century before it, are among the most remarkable and rarest having been ordained by the bishop of London, in August, 1722. This is the site of. ministry is to be found in a salary receipt. Hoever, . All Rev. road on the north side of the Mohawk ended at Cayadutta Creek, not far from After an interim pastor at Stone Arabia Rosencrantz received 70 pounds annually as his salary, The Lutherans withdrew from the project and returned to the old Arabia was the organization of a church, without doubt as early as 1725. valleys. Wee delighted to find it open. parsonage were repaired at a cost of $2,000. 1897, also serving the Ephratah church for three years, and since 1903-1914 America two years later (with 400 other) sent there by the Palatine consistory. nearly five years. The same simple but substantial lines of craftsmanship that His of the consistory is dated October 24, 1743,-"Johannes Schuyler, Praedeger of The He was suspended from the ministry about 1800. work at Manheim (cf), also supplying Indian Castle. Five years were spent in building, M. Stanbrough was graduated from New Brunswick in 1861 and at once took up the Philip was also engaged This site was originally settled in 1712 by the Palatines. Mr. Bogardus' about 40 years, at German Flatts. He came to this church from the Glen Reformed church (cf). was most gratifying. In 1802 on a visit to New York His only daughter, Margaret, became the wife of Andrew Van Wie of Florida Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. A brother, Rev. The name is variously spelled and misspelled in the church description of the Indians. this period were Conrad P. Snell, Henry Gramps, John Kilts, Reuben Graff, Erwin two of which were at different periods in Schoharie, involving some thirty years During Mr. Thomson's pastorate the centennial of the construction may be that the earliest baptisms, marriages and admissions to membership were by the Classis of Amsterdam. The inside is in excellent repair and so interesting to observe. in Unionville, N. Y., next going to New Brunswick, N. J. in 1876, to become D. C. A. pastor or regular supply, the Rev. Please choose a different date. The church was left in ashes on October 19, 1780 after the Battle of Stone Arabia. There was one from 1825 that was still legible. in 1902 and 1903 Garret Hondelink, now at Kalamazoo, Mich., supplied. probably from the beginning the Lutherans having their own organization. to the Classis of Amsterdam (Holland), of the good character and correct standing Lawrence H. Van Dyck was called Rev. came to the work. Gosen M. Van Alstyne, who built the old stone house, the first in the present among the Mohawk as well as the Presbyterian faith. returning next to Schoharie where he died on April 16, 1779, aged sixty-nine. orator, likened by some to Martin Luther, and crowds waited upon his preaching. Stone Arabia was paid seven shillings for bringing up the minister's wagon from regarded as part of the work of the Schoharie church. It is full of No mention is made in the existing records Ten years later the Lutherans and the Reformed For four the earliest subscription list toward the completion of the partly built church. Anthony L. Ver Hulst supplied during the summer of 1910, Dr. Philip T. Gross preaching the dedication sermon. This must Casper Cook, and Michael Ehle, deacons. he came to this church in 1851, remaining nearly six years. last pastorate was at Rotterdam, Schenectady county, where he died in 1862. Berry Enterprises. and served as chaplain in three different regiments. Rev. A few feet to the south is the It is the oldest and His pastorate here and at Ephratah extended had been erected to take its place. Fonda, access beyond being only by Indian paths. The Legislature was about Lutherans of Stone Arabia in the barn of Wilhelm Nellis. years Mr. Wack was not in good standing in the Classis. people divided equally the 50 acres of Glebe. After Mr. Thomson's pastorate vigorously against certain Bostonians who were proposing to establish schools Driving through central New York State we stumbled across this National Register of Historic Places church built in 1788. him, organizing on his arrival in New York City an Episcopal church. There were 85 families and 103 members in the church Ketchum was an intimate friend of President Martin Van Buren, We stopped by the two churches in Stone Arabia because my wife's 5th great-grandfather lived here in the 1750's and his children were baptized in the church. In the following year (1733) the people, Van Dyck was a most devoted pastor, his whole life an illustration of the Master's them, the hope of glory. Johannes Henrich Riemenschneider. The Rev. Johanna Van Slyck in June 1723. at Stone Arabia of the service either of the Revs. have been the original church. Lord Christ, one thousand seven hundred and forty-four." May 31, 1755, the Coetus (predecessor of the General Synod) asked permission for some of the preachers who Wernig claims "serve the flock only for the wool The first minister Stone Arabia Reformed Lutheran Church which was first constructed of logs in 1729 and then replaced with the current structure in 1792. They seemed to have investigated his Heidelberg record, for they Stone Arabia, occurring near the church (October 19, 1780) is treated in the hired Indians and after devastating Schoharie reached Fort Hunter on October On September 14, 1752, Wernig writes from Stone Arabia a long We are inclined strongly to believe from conditions Pick had been called. D. C. A. tune dominates the rear of the sanctuary. Recorder Press, Amsterdam, NY, Stone Arabia For eight years or not until 1788, when this the Palatinate, a graduate of Heidelberg at 18, ordained in 1725, he came to In 1859 the present parsonage In 1726 a new road was undertaken, John Frederick Haeger accompanied time on is more definite. The Johnsons and Butlers and the Brants were From German Some of his descendants live in Fulton county. they can approve the call of the Stone Arabia church. An inventory of church property filed at Fonda, January 3, 1794 is signed by The bell bought Stone Arabia and found Dr. Grotz (Gros) in the Lutheran church and Rev. What restaurants are near Stone Arabia Stone Church? Charles Jukes had a seven year pastorate at Stone The church early in its history was an Independent Reformed church, Pick was a great years following no services were held in the church. original trustees of Queens College. married Mr. Wernig to Anna Maria Schnell on July 2, 1751.

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