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This important genealogical resource includes transcriptions of the tombstones by sections and rows, adult baptisms, obituary notes, pastors, early members and affiliates, as well as marriages.
Congregation formed in 1835 and White Church erected in 1888, last service conducted on May 20, 1951. Alphabetical listing of the interred includes genealogical info.
Transcribed tombstone readings with additional genealogical information.
This cemetery existed since 1811 and is on the original site of the Brush Run Seceder Church. These tombstone inscription readings include birth and death dates, and in many cases, ages and immediate family information.
The Lillyville Church of God, better known as Hickory Nell, was formed in 1839. This book contains tombstone readings of the cemetery, which are listed by sections and rows. Surnames are indexed. Newspaper articles about the history of the church are included
In addition to the cemetery inscriptions, this book contains sketches of the church's ministers, genealogical data of those interred at the cemetery, abstracts from the Cemetery Association meeting minutes, lists of cemetery directors and board members, and notation of former presidents of Geneva College interred at the cemetery.
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