Terms used in compiling a list of membership are, Mar. = Marriage; Dis. = Letter of Dismission; M. C. = Membership ceased; Letter; Profess; and Dropped.
The term Letter indicates membership was gained by virtue of previous membership in another church. The prospective member carried with them a letter signifying their good standing in the church they left.
A Letter of Dismission was a letter asking the church to dismiss the member and certify they were in good standing. Letters of Dismission were requests that the member's name be removed from the membership roll. They were not letters of dismissal because the church expelled them.
In addition to carrying a letter from another church, prospective members could gain admission by professing their faith and allegiance to the church and its doctrine. The term Profess was used to indicate membership was attained in this manner.
The term Dropped is synonymous with being expelled or removed.
|Young||Alice Maud (Davenport)||1898||Profess||Died; mar. Charles H. Young||Apr||17||1941|
|Young||Bessie, Miss||Feb||6||Profess||Dis. Mar 2, 1917 to Princeton, IL|
|Young||Betsey M., Mrs.||1879||Letter||Died||Nov||30||1908|
|Young||Frank||Feb||12||1893||Profess||Dis. to Methodist Ch. Aurora, IL|
|Young||Fred G.||May||8||1887||Profess||Dis. to Methodist Ch. Nov. 1909||May||11||1958|
|Young||Grace Ione, Miss||Jul||23||1916||Profess||Died||Mar||7||1957|
|Young||Lucy Ansteen (Palmer)||Apr||1||1888||Profess||Died; mar. Albert A. Young||Dec||2||1913|
|Young||Margaret Ann (Raymond)||May||4||1890||Profess||Dis. to Methodist Ch. Nov. 1909; mar. Fred G.||Oct||11||1951|
|Young||Mary Ellen (Lowry)||Oct||15||1878||Mar. Newton Young||Jun||23||1909|
|Zickert||George||1927||Dis. Dec 1932 to Presbyterian Ch. Aurora, IL|
|Zickert||George, Mrs.||1927||Dis. Dec 1932 to Presbyterian Ch. Aurora, IL|
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