St. Nicholas church of Aroneanu village, near Iaşi, was founded by voivode Aron Vodă (1591-1595). A long time here was a monastery, inhabited by Greek monks, until 1863, when it was transformed in parish church, for the local Romanian community. The patrimony of the church a destroyed mostly in 1944, when the frontline passed through he village. In 1948, Gheorghe Ungureanu, then director of the Iasi State archives, intervened to the Metropolitan for the relocation of the old iconostasis of St. Nicholas the Princely Church in Iasi (a foundation of Stephen the Great) to the church of Aroneanu and for the donation to the foundation of voivode Aron of several of the old liturgical books preserved in the library of the Metropolitanate of Moldavia and Suceava. Thus, the parish church of Aroneanu came to hold again several precious liturgical objects, books and manuscripts. In 2011 I succeeded to access the old liturgical books in the patrimony of this church and to transcribe the old or more recent inscriptions on the leaves of these books, believing in their historical significance. A special item of interest is a manuscript with the title “The History of Aroneanu Church”, as is the lists of the dead, written in 1965– 966, by Dumitru Manolache, then singer of St. Nicholas in Aroneanu.