Swan Presbyterian Church Indenture
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Processed by: Benjamin Clark, March 2006

Historical Note:

The Swan Presbyterian Church, also known as King Presbyterian Church of Swan Township was established by a strict group of United Presbyterians who did not wish to associate with other Presbyterian groups, so they felt it best to establish their own denomination. However, the group disbanded in 1880. The Hooper King Cemetery that was associated with the church remained in use as of 1990.

Treesh, Helen Lightfoot. Noble County Early Churches, 1830-1900. Self-published, 1999. 57.

Scope and Content Note:

This collection contains an indenture between Hiram and Catherine King pertaining to property that was transferred to the possession of Swan Presbyterian Church.

Item Listing:

OB5, folder 2.  
1863 Jan. 24 Swan Presbyterian Church indenture

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1 oversize folder

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