Church and Family History Research Assistance for Lycoming County, Pennsylvania



In 1838 this church was described as being on Pine Creek, in Brown township, Lycoming County, and was appointed to host the Chemung Association in 1839.


The Loyalsock Church declared themselves as an Old School Baptist Church in September 1836, but the church was probably much older.


Cammal Church was organized August 17, 1886, with fourteen charter members, viz., J. L. Campbell, Priscilla Campbell, Charity Campbell, Virgia Campbell, L. D. Campbell, W. A. Campbell, Matilda Fackenthall, Matilda Williamee, Jennie Campbell, Jacob Badgley, Malinda Badgley, Sarah Miller, Rachel Callahan, and Alice Elliott. The presbytery was composed of Elder D. M. Vail, moderator, G. S. Parsons, Clerk, with Elders Charles Bogardus and William A. Campbell, and other deacons and brethren, from seven other churches of the same faith.

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