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Richard Hargrave, pioneer and circuit rider of Indiana : ca.1750-1879

by Beulah B. Gray
Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
English
1942
34 leaves

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Bibliography: leaf 34.

Biographical sketch of Richard Hargrave (1803-1879), son of William Hargrave and Sarah Ellis, and grandson of Thomas Hargrave. Thomas was a Quaker who served the Revolutionary Army as a cook, rather than carry arms. William and Sarah moved from Sussex County, Virginia to Caswell County, North Carolina, and it was there that Richard was born as their seventh child. In 1818 they moved to Highbanks in what became Kowsiusko County, Indiana. Richard eventually became a Methodist minister after some years of deep questioning, married Annie Posey in 1829 in Pike County, Indiana. His ministry chiefly involved a circuit of counties in southwestern Indiana.

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