A History of Warrick County, Indiana, Prior to 1820, Including a Sketch of Methodism in the County Down to 1850

A History of Warrick County, Indiana, Prior to 1820, Including a Sketch of Methodism in the County Down to 1850

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...two conferences, called Ohio and Tennessee. The Ohio Conference included the Ohio District, the Sciota District, the Miama District, the Kentucky District, and the Salt River District; and the Tennessee Conference included the Holston District, the Nashville District, the Cumberland District, the Miss issippi District, the Louisiana District, and the 54 Wabash District. The circuits of Southwestern Indiana siding elder of the Holston District;18l6-17 the presiding elder of the Green River District; and 1818-21 the presiding elder of the French Broad District. He located in 1822 at Madisonville, Tennessee, where he died in 1858. He was spoken of ass a popular and usefulpreacher.-Minutes of Conferences 1775-1828, I., l22574; and Abel Stevens, History of the Methodist Episcopal Chureh in the United States of America, IV., 586. 55.Minutes of Conferences 1775-1828, I., 229. 5&..Minutes of Conferences 1775-1828, I., 229. 35 were included in the Wabash District. Not only were there h&n8es in the conferences but within the dis tricts themselves. Patoka Circuit no longer appeared 36 in the Ninutes.The outbreak of the Bar of 1812 caused a decided decrease in the membership of the Methodist 57 Church in Indiana. This doubtless had something to do with the disappearance of the Patoka Circuit. For 55.Minutes of Conferences 1775-1828, I., 230. 56. Minutes of Conferences 1773-1828, I., 250-246. 37.Fol1owing is a table of the number of the members in the Methodist Church on the Indiana Circuits for the years 1811-15: As far as this data refers to the Southwestern part of the state, it is interesting to note that the Vincennes Circuit held its own in membership. The people were moving to the more secure parts for protection. After the first year of...show more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236952839
  • 9781236952837