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Abstracts of the second session book of the Marshall Presbyterian Church, Marshall, Fauquier County, Virginia

by John K. Gott
Manuscript/Manuscript on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2015

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Digital images of original typescript: written in 1957. mimeograph, 31 leaves.

Book was presented by the Washington-Lewis Chapter to the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Contains abstracts of the session meeting minutes 1883-1945 and biographical sketches of the pastors of the Marshall Presbyterian Church.

Some of the printing is faded.

Church was organized in 1849 under the name of Salem Presbyterian Church. When the town of Salem changed its name in 1882 to Marshall, the church became the Marshall Presbyterian Church. Membership declined until the property was sold in 1949 and the few remaining members were transferred to Westminister Presbyterian Church in Delaplane, Virginia.

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