Fifth / Eighth Avenue (Quarry Street Church)
Methodist Church

June 6, 1848

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The Fifth/Eighth Avenue/Quarry Street Methodist Church was organized on June 6, 1848. It held the name Quarry Street Church until 1867. The cornerstone of the first church building was laid on August 15, 1848 with the dedication taking place in July, 1849. The Newark Daily Advertiser published a notice to change the name of the Quarry Street ME Church to the Eighth Avenue ME church on January 12, 1867. The church was enlarged in 1858 and again in 1873. The church changed from Eight Avenue Methodist to Christ Italian Methodist <1935>.

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R. S. Harris 1848 1848
R. M. Brown 1849 1849
James M. Freeman 1850 1850
J. O. Winner 1851 1852
S. Townsend 1853 1854
W. Robertson 1855 1855
J. N. Crane 1856 1857
A. H. Meade 1858 1859
Thomas H. Smith 1860 1861
D. Graves 1862 1863
G. B. Day 1864 1864
J. R. Bryan 1865 1867
Charles E. Little 1868 1870
S. H. Opdyke 1871 1872
J. Walters 1873 1875
W. B. Wigg 1876 1878
L. Parsons 1879 1882
W. E. Blakeslee 1883 1885
John Krantz 1886 1889
C. S. Woodruff 1890 1894
Frederick Bloom 1895 1899
Wesley Martin 1900 1903
Morris D. Church 1904 1906
William G. Ruth <1906> <1906>
Fletcher L. West 1907 1908
Daniel Halleron 1909 1909 (Death)
Warren L. Hoagland 1909 April, 1910
Lewis F. Bowman 1910 <1915>
E. G. Von Tilburg <1920> <1920>
Fred E. Miles <1925> <1930>


Address From To
37 Quarry Street 1850 1868
27 Eighth Ave. 1869 1869
76 Eighth Ave. corner John Street 1870 <1935>


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