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BLOOMINGBURG PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH was organized in 1817 and is in the village of Bloomingburg in Fayette County, Ohio. Reverend William Dickey who served this church for 40 years was a brother to Reverend James Dickey who served Pisgah and Hickskin churches.

PISGAH CHURCH was organized in 1811.  The original church and cemetery were on the Good Hope - Austin Road, and the old cemetery is still there.  About 1860 the present church was built on the Good Hope-Lyndon Road.  The church is on the right going south out of Good Hope in Fayette County, Ohio.  Or turn off State Route 28 just west of Lyndon in Ross County and the church is on the left, soon after crossing Route 128.

WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH was organized in 1817 and stands on the corner of Hinde and Market streets opposite the Postoffice.  The members of this church and the one in Bloomingburg often were dismissed from one to be received in the other.


NOTE:  Ministers who served in one of these churches often served in one or more of the others.  Many families appear in the records of two or more of these churches, so that the early records of all of them should be examined.

 

 

 



 
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