Church and Family History Research Assistance for Custer County, Nebraska

CHURCH:

LOUP RIVER

Loup River Church was organized near Arnold, on the first Saturday in June 1894, with three members, viz., Milford Pile, Martha A. Pile, and Minerva Bybee, all of whom had been members of Fox River Church, in Davis County, Iowa. The presbytery was composed of Elder Isaiah Waggoner, of New Hope Church in Butler County, moderator; Elder Isaac Sawin, of Fox River Church, clerk; and Deacon J. H. Bybee. Elder W. S. Craig was ordained to the ministry by this church in 1901, by Elders Isaiah Waggoner, James H. Ring, and M. G. Mitchell. Pastors included Elders James H. Ring, W. S. Craig, and Leslie Henry.

SURNAMES OF MEMBERS:

Bybee, Craig, Long, Newman, Pile, Worrell (very incomplete list due to lack of records).

ENON

Enon Church, near Mason City, was organized sometime between 1895 and 1898. J. M. Amsberry of Ansley was the clerk in 1898. Little else is known of this church.

SURNAMES OF MEMBERS:

Amsberry, Beard (very incomplete list due to loss of records).

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