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for Hancock County, Indiana


MT. GILEAD (1827)

Mt. Gilead Church was organized on August 15, 1827, by John H. Caldwell and others.


Shiloh Church was organized in 1841, and was originally located south of Greenfield. In 1890, the church built a new church building on East North Street in Greenfield. Shiloh Church was a long-time member of the White Water Association, and at one time was the largest church in that association. Bro. D. H. Goble, well known for publishing the Primitive Monitor (with Elder R. W. Thompson, the pastor of Shiloh Church) and the Primitive Baptist Hymn Book, was a deacon in this church.


Concord Church was also a member of the White Water Association.


Mt. Carmel Church, in Fortville, is a member of the Lebanon Association.


Alba, Blackburn, Bolander, Brinkley, Carter, Coombs, Cushman, Denny, Gillam, Harbett, Hopper, Jackson, Keaster, King, Leonard, Lowery, McGinnis, Moon, Shepard, Shore, Spencer, Swartz, Thacker, Thompson, Warner, Yates (very incomplete list).

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