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Williamson County churches

by Violet Carter Grisham
Books/Monographs
English
[Marion, Illinois : Williamson County Historical Society (Illinois), c1997]
106 p. : ill., facsims., 1 map, ports.

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Contents: vol. 1. Churches of Williamson County; map of Williamson County churches; Ferrell Church, Center Baptist, Mount Moriah Church; AME Church, Creal Springs United Methodist Church; Gum Springs; Spring Hill; First Christian Church Disciples of Christ Church; Davis Prairie Cemetery; Grassy Creek Baptist Church-Robertson Branch-New Hope-Crab Orchard Baptist-Mt. Zion-Davis Prairie Crab Orchard Baptist Church; early history of Marion Third Baptist Church; First Presbyterian Church; First Baptist Church; First Methodist Episcopal Church, South; Aldersgate; the German Evangelical Zions Church; Zion United Church of Christ; Hartwell Church-Lake Creek United Baptist Church; Warder Street American Baptist Church; Regular Bethlehem Baptist Church; Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church; Mt. Pleasant "Shed" Presbyterian Cemetery.

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