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From: "Perry" <>
Subject: Re: Church Records?
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2000 12:30:25 -0500
I am replying in reference to #2, the Burnetteville, Ohio Church. Are you
mistaken on the name of the town and state? There is a Burnettsville
located in White Co. Indiana just inside the county line of White Co. and
Cass Co. in Indiana. It is located just a few miles east of Monticello. I
think you may be referring to this town and not one in Ohio.
I just called a neighbor of mine (I am from near Flora, IN) who has been a
member of the Bachelor Run Church of the Brethren near Flora for most of her
life and her family connections are deeply Brethren. I asked about the
Burnettsville Church of the Brethren and she told me the church there is
very active yet. Also, she told me about the Pike Creek Church. It is
north of Monticello in White Co. IN and is east of the village of Norway,
not Norwalk. She also told me that there is a large cemetery there.
I just thought you might like to have this information on the above
churches. I do not have any information on the church records for you,
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim <>
Sent: Sunday, September 10, 2000 8:37 PM
Subject: Church Records?
> Can someone tell me how to get Brethren church records? My ancestors
> were part of the congregation at:
> 1) The Pike Creek Church (Also known as the "Old Dundard Church") in
> Union Township, White County, Indiana..They had property very close by
> and my ggg grandfather is buried in the cemetery there. Pike Creek is
> north of Monticello and directly east of the village of Norwalk.
> 2) The Burnetteville, Ohio Church. Located in Jefferson Township, Cass
> County (?). Burnettevlle is a very small village also not far from
> 3) Church records in Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio.
> Your assistance is appeciated.
> Thank you,
> Jim Eller
> ELLER, Albaugh, Bechtel, Bigler/Beigler, Cable, Crabill/Grabill, Dohner,
> Earhart, Garber/Gerber, Hahn, Harter/Herter, Heckman, Mikesell, Miller,
> Minnich, Mote, Rench, Root, Saxon, Schull, Schultz, Scorie, Seibert,
> Shoup, Siler, Strutman, Swank, Tucker, Warner, Willard
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