Notes by Scot Huntington on ID=66532 indicate that an Alvinza Andrews organ at Christ Church rebuilt by Howard Marsh in 1976 may have been an earlier organ, and it still had a G-compass windchest with the lowest channels below CC unused.
An online .pdf history of the church states, "it [the church] was moved upon wheels, with the bell hanging and stoves standing, without racking the joints, or jarring off so much as a square foot of plastering. In Van Schaack's 1873 version of the move, he correctly notes that the organ also was included."
In a following paragraph it states, *"Following Hollister's departure the church was served by Rev. Jesse Pound from 1835, when a boy was hired at $6 annually to blow the organ, to 1838." *
Later yet, "In 1850 Rev. Gay reported 53 families, 7 baptisms, 84 communicants, 6 marriages, four burials, 15 Sunday schoolteachers and 80 scholars. He also said $4.50 was appropriated to purchase and distributeprayer books, $200 was appropriated for the parsonage and $400 was subscribed for the purchase of a new organ."
And still later, "Rev. Bayley reported to the Diocese that the edifice had been enlarged by the erection of a recess chancel and a commodious vestry room in 1867. "The organ", he says, "has been placed in a pleasant position."