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ROCKEFELLER FAMILY ARCHIVES, 1819-(1879-)
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER'S CHARITY INDEX CARDS


Churches and Missionary Organizations (Non-Baptist of Unspecified Denominations)

Adarondock Chapel - 1885
Akron, Ohio Congregational Church (Arlington Street) - 1896
Alaska Congregational Church - 1899
Alaska Episcopal Church - 1899
Alliance, Ohio Church - 1863, 1890
American Sunday School Association - 1890
Ampersand Presbyterian Church - 1894
Bayonne, New Jersey Sunday School (periodicals) - 1886
Bethel Church, 168th St., New York (German) - 1888
Bible and Fruit Mission (New York) - 1888
Bible Christian Church - 1865
Biwabik, Minnesota Congregational Church - 1890
Bradford, Pennsylvania Episcopal Church - 1890
Broadway Tabernacle (New York) - 1893
Camp Memorial Church - 1894
Canada Sunday School - 1882
Case Avenue Presbyterian Church - 1881
Chapel Cor. (Evangelist's work) - 1891-1899
Chestertown Church - 1886
Chinese Mission (San Francisco) - 1885
Christ M.E. Church (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1879
Christian Commission - 1864-1865 (through Erie Street Baptist Church)
Christian Endeavor Convention (Cleveland) - 1894
Christian Endeavor Convention (New York) - 1892-1894
Church Choral Union - 1884-1886
Church History Fellowship - 1887
Cleveland Association - 1863-1866 (through Erie Street Baptist Church)
Collamer Episcopal Church - 1896-1897
Collamer Presbyterian Church - 1894-1899
Collinwood Chapel - 1878
Collinwood Congregational Church - 1895
Collinwood, Ohio Christian Church - 1898
Cleveland Sabbath Commission - 1881
Cleveland Sunday Union - 1902
Congregational Church on Heights - 1865 (through Erie Street Baptist Church)
Congregational Missionary to Cala - 1889
Deaf Mutes (church mission) - 1886-1889
Detroit Street Mission - 1886-1887
East Cleveland Methodist Church (Cleveland Ohio) - 1886
Emmanuel Bethel Church (New York) - 1886-1903
Episcopal Church, Minnesota - 1895-1897 (Missionary work)
Euclid Avenue Christian Church - 1888
Euclid Avenue Congregational Church - 1886-1887
Evangelical Alliance - 1886-1896
Eveleth, Minnesota Holy Family Catholic Church - 1900
Fairmount Methodist Church - 1899
Glenville M.E. Church (Tarrytown, New York) - 1895
Glenville, Ohio Methodist Church - 1891-1894
Grand Ligne Mission (Canada) - 1885-1902
Gravesend, England Church - 1896
Haughville, Indiana Chapel - 1887
Hibbing, Minnesota Swedish Lutheran Church - 1899
Highstown, New Jersey Methodist Church - 1895
Home and Foreign Missions - 1888-1889
Iowa Church - 1863-1878 (through Erie St. Baptist Church)
Japan Church Bell - 1887
Judson Memorial Church - 1888-1891
Judson Mission Society (Euclid Avenue Baptist Church, Cleveland, Ohio) - 1884-1890
Ladies Christian Union (New York City) - 1894-1897
Leavenworth Church, Kansas - 1864-1865 (through Erie Street Baptist Church)
Lake View Congregational Church (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1890-1902
Lexington Colored Church - 1865 (through Erie St. Baptist Church)
Little Church (New York) - 1886
Louisville Church - 1879
Madison Avenue Congregational Church (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1888
Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church (New York) - 1894-1896
Mariners Temple, New York (see also Avery, J.F.) - 1890-1898
McAll Mission (Paris, France) - 1884-1892
McAuley Cremorne Mission - 1894-1902
McAuley Mission (Water Street Mission) - 1884-1902
Methodist Church Mountain Inn - 1885-1886
Minnesota Conference Evangelical Lutheran Synod - 1900
Minnesota Congregational Church Work - 1897-1901
Minnesota Episcopal Church (missionary work) - 1895-1897
Minnesota Methodist Church Work - 1896-1898
Minnesota Presbyterian Church - 1898-1901
Mormon Bible - 1887 (to Middleditch, Livingston)
National Federation of Churches - 1900-1904
New Rochelle Methodist Church - 1897
New Testament Institute - 1884
New York Ecumenical Conference on Foreign Missions in New York - 1900
New York Federation of Churches - 1896-1902
New York Swedish Methodist Church - 1891
Nottingham, Ohio M.E. Church - 1893
Olivet Chapel (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1885-1887
Ongola Mission, India - 1885-1892
Parker's (Deacon) Church - 1879
Pilgrim Congregational Church (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1894
Plymouth Congregational Church (Toledo, Ohio) - 1898
Plymouth Congregational Church - 1881-1899
Plymouth, Massachusetts Church - 1895
Pocantico Hills Catholic Church Fair - 1896
Portland, Oregon Church - 1899
Proctor Knott Catholic Church - 1899
Religious Education Association - 1903
Rouseville, Pennsylvania M.E. Church - 1890
Rowlstown, Ohio Congregational Church - 1896
Saranac Lake Episcopal Church - 1893, 1898
Saranac Lake Methodist Church - 1893
Saranac Lake Presbyterian Church - 1898
Seabright, New Jersey Church of the Fisherman - 1890
Second Presbyterian Church (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1880
St. Luke's M.E. Church (Newark, New Jersey) - 1894
St. Mark's A.M.E. Church (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) - 1890
St. Mark's Episcopal Church (West Cleveland, Ohio) - 1901
Society to Provide Evangelical Literature to the Blind - 1895-1903
Swedish Lutheran Church (Eveleth, Minnesota) - 1899
Swedish Methodist Church - 1888
Swedish Mission in Illinois - 1864-1865
Tabernacle Church (Jersey City) - 1894-1898
Tabernacle Cleveland - 1878-1884
Tarrytown Methodist Church - 1895
Tarrytown Old Church (Washington Irving Memorial) - 1897
United Brethren - 1886 [Third German United Brethren Church, Cleveland, Ohio]
Vassar Southern Missionary - 1867
Virginia, Minnesota Lutheran Church - 1895
Virginia, Minnesota Methodist Church - 1894
Virginia, Minnesota Presbyterian Church - 1895
Welsh Church, Newburgh, Ohio - 1869, 1886
Wesleyan Church - 1863
West Richfield Church - 1887
Westfield, New Jersey Church - 1897
Willow Mission Chapel (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1892
Wilson Avenue Methodist Church (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1884
Woodland Avenue Presbyterian Church - 1879, 1891
Windermere Presbyterian Church (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1897
Women's Christian Association - 1869-1893
Women's Missionary Union - 1887


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