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From: mills <>
Subject: Re: Mrs. Ann Miller
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2000 19:57:21 -0500


This may be too simplistic, or you may have looked, but often county
histories will mention early churches. Sometimes they allude to
approximate locations, such as town or township.

Sharon Mills


At 09:11 PM 03/07/2000 EST, you wrote:
>Hi!
>
> Just cleaning my email and saw your note about being bounced by rootsweb
>and thought I would write. Actually have been wanting to post a question to
>you and the others on the Brethren list. I am trying to establish or
disprove
>the fact that there used to be a church of the Brethren church in the now
>defunct town of Dora, Wabash Co., In. [not the Dora Christian church ... the
>Brethren church is said to have been closed? And the building sold and moved
>to or near Lincolnville and used as a barn. If there was said church, would
>you know where any records might be?
> This leads to my second question. I have at least two sets of great
>great grandparents [George and Mary Grimes Sills and Jacob and Elizabeth
>Rickert Shelly ] are believed to be buried in the old Dora [AKA Parrot]
>cemetery which lays near the Salomonie Dam. I have traversed this small
>cemetery many times over the years. I am wondering if any records [besides
>the book by .... Argh ... I forget his name .... He teaches history in
>Wabash. I know that isn't much help! ..... might exist for this cemetery.
>
>
> StevenMichael L. Lewis
>
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