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Church Ledger Excerpt, Hungarian Reformed Church of Franklin, NJ

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Title

Church Ledger Excerpt, Hungarian Reformed Church of Franklin, NJ

Description

This is a page from the ledger of records from the Hungarian Reformed Church of Franklin. records were kept about meetings and finances relating to the church. This page in particular is interesting because it shows the respect and authority that Janos Ambrus held in the early days of the church.

Creator

unknown

Source

Page from the ledger of the Franklin Hungarian Reformed Church

Date

1912

Contributor

Sandor, Steven

Rights

Public domain - Contact Elizabeth A. Allen <ebethalln@yahoo.com> for more information

Format

jpeg
paper document

Language

Hungarian

Type

Text

Coverage

Franklin Township
1910s

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Text

This marks the American-Hungarian Assembly meeting at #113 Franklin Department, on 1920 January 20th day. where the general Assembly meeting was held.

1./ The attendants: Hodi Sandor, (the temporary president), and from the members: Nemeth Jozsef, Samuel Karoly. Peto Mihaly, Barta Bertalanne and Labanczy Gyorgyne

2./Acknowledgment of the Board of Director's suggestion that the Hungarian Protestant Office will help to build the # 113 Franklin Division, with the expense of 5000.00 Dollar.
(Noted by Hodi Sandor)

3./The Board of director noted that the American Reform Assembly accepted the proposal.

4./ Further more noted that since the President resigned, Ambrus Janos was handling all the affairs and bookkeeping. He is proposing that the members should elect a new President who will take over. The Assembly rejected his proposal and asked Ambrus Janos to continue to doing the job.........Ambrus Janos accepted.

Since no more business was presented, the meeting was closed.

Signed: Hodi Sandor (notary)
Members: Petro Mihaly and Barta Bertalanne

Round stamp: American- Hungarian Assembly 1912.

Original Format

Hand written document 8x14 in a leather-bound journal.

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