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Scottish Dissenting Presbyterianism in Fulton County, PA

Scottish Dissenting Presbyterianism in Fulton County, PA Author: Rev. Reid W. Stewart
Scottish Dissenting Presbyterianism deals with a largely forgotten but important group of early settlers in the Great Cove around McConnellsburg. This work not only deals with their history, but it also reproduces original accounts often written by members of the religious bodies included in the group who were Associate, Reformed, Associate Reformed, and United Presbyterians for the years 1748 through 1958. Extensive family genealogies on the Johnstons, Kendalls, McConnells, Pattersons, Sloans and Willsons families are included. The burials in Big Spring Cemetery, first used in 1755, are listed as are the burials in the eight oldest sections of Union Cemetery, the largest place of burial in the Great Cove. These Dissenting Presbyterians were leaders in their community in education and business and exhibited a great patriotism in every war beginning with the American Revolution. 5.5 x 8.5. Surname index. 

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2003, 6" X 9", Softbound, 204 pages

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2942 Leechburg Rd
Lower Burrell, PA 15068-3244

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