Cemetery records from "Gone, Forgotten, Now Remembered: Yet the Christian historian cannot help but see something else at work. Charles Gumph Newberry The Rev. The organization lasted from until During this time, Guy J. Named for Archibald Organ, landowner.
John Smith listened to the narration of these stories and prayed that they might be made his own experience. Robinson of Ohio introduced strong support of the union, seconded by Dr. The tables, set up in the shape of a cross in the aisles, could probably accommodate at a time. Its situation on a ridge surrounded by a grove of oak trees gives its name. William and Nancy had five daughters, four of whom lived into adulthood, and no sons. He was truly a unique character, a product of the age in which he lived.
Named from an old salt lick, of which there is now no evidence. Although Paint Lick is not incorporated, the town does have a post office and its own zip code. Meetings began to be held in the Estes home as well as in the Sacrey home. Louis and Hannibal Railroad, in southwestern Center Township. Next we have the Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Wilson, Bell Wilson, and Will Wilson.
Boone was the most important subscriber to the veracity of Filson's book: Church discipline was thrown into high gear. The name is a misnomer, having been selected evidently because of its attractiveness. Owned by a man by the name of Blue, who also operated a grist mill here. Heightening the interest for me was where the meeting actually took place: