Wednesday, September 16, 2015

The Alta Heiser Collection Index Vol. 4, January 1, 1948 & December 26, 1951. Many churches, except Quaker, in Butler County, Ohio. The Associate Reformed people later known as United Presbyterian, came early to Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio and united with Presbyterians in building Hamilton's first church. Many of this denomination were on Clear Creek in Warren County, Ohio, some of whom scattered over into Butler County, Ohio chiefly in Milford township. This church is spoken as having been on Four Mile Creek. In that day, the fork known as Seven Mile Creek now must still have been called Four Mill, for this was the Concord Associate Reformed church. Robesons, Robinsons, Irwins, and Woodses, all living up that way, were members of the Associate Reformed church.

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