SC-44-14 Site of Union Church 1783-1819

Marker text: SITE OF UNION CHURCH, 1783-1819
A “union” church, one founded as a Presbyterian congregation but also used by other denominations, stood here from ca. 1783 to ca. 1819. The church was founded ca. 1765 at Brown’s Creek, 2 or 3 mi. NE. It met there in successive log churches, but suspended services at times during the American Revolution. The congregation moved here and built a hewn-log church on this site not long after the war, probably ca. 1783.
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Erected by the Union County Council, 2006

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