Updated by T. Bradford Willis, DDS, listing this web site as a source of information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leeds_Dutch_Reformed_Church.
Updated through online information from Don Daley. -- Relocated to Indiana to be set up in a private residence
Updated through on-line information from H. Elton Rouse. -- I am an interested amateur who heard this organ just last week, at the official closing of the Reformed Church in Leeds. It was my first, and only time in the church, and the organ sounded just splendid. My great-great grandfather was a member of that church, and he must have heard this instrument many times.
Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- Gothic, 5-sectional case containing pipes arranged: 5-3-9-3-5. Pull-down pedalboard - no independent registers. Restored by Culver L. Mowers in 1980.
Originally built in 1843. Relocated here in 1870.
Built for Lansingburgh Presbyterian, Troy, NY Compass GGG, no GGG#, 58 notes/12 pedal notes.