2 edition of Records of the Lincoln circuit, Logan County, Illinois, Methodist churches, 1866-1920 found in the catalog.
Records of the Lincoln circuit, Logan County, Illinois, Methodist churches, 1866-1920
|Statement||copied by Mrs. Kenneth Patterson ; typed and indexed by Mrs. Joan Hauffe.|
|Contributions||Decatur Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F547.L8 P37 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||84148943|
The corner stone was laid J , and in it were placed the following articles: A Bible, hymn book, the book of discipline, an almanac, the church periodicals, several pieces of coin, copies of the Lincoln Herald and Lincoln Intelligencer, photograph of President Lincoln, copy of the emancipation proclamation, photographs of Mr. and Mrs. About Illinois, Select United Methodist Church Records, The Illinois Great Rivers United Methodist Conference covers 87 counties in central and southern Illinois. This collection includes baptism, marriage, and death registers from churches in the conference that have been closed.
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The Lincoln Log, the most authoritative record of Abraham Lincoln's activities insofar as they are known day by day, reports that Abraham Lincoln was in Lincoln, Illinois, on Ma 25, and 28 during the two-week spring session of the Circuit Court in the Logan County Courthouse before it was completely destroyed by fire on April The county was established on Febru Prior to this, the county was part of Sangamon, Tazwell, McLean and DeWitt counties. The county seat of Logan County is Lincoln, which was the first city named for Abraham Lincoln in LOGAN COUNTY-situated in the central part of the State, and having an area of about square miles. Its.
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