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Michigan

By Rev. S. N. Griffith

The house was situated on the main street where the residence of the late Wm. B. Clark stands. There the class generally met for preaching and other religious services. There, too, the preachers generally found a home, although the house was small, being only about fourteen by sixteen feet, and Uncle George had two boarders all the time besides comers and goers. September 12th, 1834, Rev. James Armstrong died in LaPorte county, Indiana. October 22, 1834, the conference met at Centerville, Wayne county, Indiana. Kalamazoo mission reported 250 members. The names of the districts were the LaPorte District, Rev. R. Hargrave, presiding; Kalamazoo Mission, Rev. J. T. Robe; South Bend Circuit, Rev. S. R. Ball; St. Joseph Circuit, Rev. S. R. Robinson; Cassopolis Circuit, Rev. R. C. Meek; Fort Wayne, Rev. R. Farnsworth; Marion Circuit, Rev. C. Swank. This year Rev. J. T. Robe formed a class at Silver Creek ; Nathaniel Weed was the class-leader.

EARLY HISTORY OF METHODISM


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