PHOTOS OF FLORIDA
A sign in the town of Florida.
Florida Reformed Church, view from the road. The original building was constructed in 1808, and major renovations were undertaken throughout the years. Most of the church was recontructed in 1912, following a fire.
Interior view, looking toward the front of the sanctuary. The pulpit is on the left.
Interior side view. These doors lead to the Sunday School room, on the side of the church.
One of the beautiful stained glass windows inside the church.
The church cemetery, located behind the church. Most of the grave stones are in good condition. Some that have broken over the years are now setting at the edge of the yard.
Close-up of the stained glass window on the front of the church. Underneath is a sign with the times of services and weekly activities.
This is the cover of a book entitled, "Consistory Minutes of the R.P.D.C. Minaville 1864," held in the church.
Michelle tells us "I'm a descendent of many of the big families in early New York: Vedder, du Traux, Van der Bogart, Glen, etc. I've recently traced many roots back to Montgomery Co., to the Arnot and McMichael families, between 1800 and 1850."