Early American Presbyterian Church
The information is coming (right now) from the Enclyclopedia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: Including the Northern and Southern Assemblies, Alfred Nevin, D.D., LL.D., Editor, Philadelphia (Presbyterian Encyclopedia Publishing Co., 1884).
Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland
The Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland is a direct descendant of the historic Church of Scotland. When doctrinal liberalism and religious doubt overcame the Presbyterian churches in the 19th century, we took up a separate position in 1893 to preserve the Church of Scotland of the Reformation, and to maintain Reformed doctrine, worship and practice.
Presbyterian Church Archives
Archives has a large number of resources that may be helpful to family historians and genealogists. From local church records from across the country and microfilmed registers, to reference books and biographical files, we may have the resources that allow you to trace your family tree back a little farther.
Presbyterian Church Origin
The Presbyterian church in the United States has split and parts have reunited several times. Currently the largest group is the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), which has its national offices in Louisville, Ky.
The United Church/Victoria University Archives
The Archives preserves the historical records of The United Church of Canada and its antecedent denominations, and of Victoria University. These priceless records document the proud heritage of the Church and the University, and their significant contributions to Canadian society.