Monday, February 21, 2011

Meetinghouse at Cape May, New Jersey

Here (bottom) is a picture of the original meetinghouse built by the Baptists at Cape May, New Jersey under the leadership of Pastor Nathaniel Jenkins. This building was constructed in 1715. The current meetinghouse is pictured at the top.


Christy K Robinson said...

I found the Cape May meeting house here by Googling images related to Rev. Nathaniel Jenkins. I'm working on a blog post for one of my blogs, , regarding Jenkins and his speech for religious liberty in 1721. Just wanted to let you know I'm swiping your lower scanned picture, but will credit this blog in the caption.
God bless your ministry.
Christy K Robinson, author of 3 books on Mary Barrett Dyer, the Quaker martyr for "liberty of conscience."

Matthew Jones said...

I just saw your comment, as I had forgotten how to sign on to my blog page. Thank you for your comment. I certainly appreciate the stand that Jenkins (my 9x great grandfather) took.

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