Clermont County Genealogical Society

EDENTON CHRISTIAN UNION CHURCH

by Evelyn Matiin

The Christian Union Church of Edenton was organized in July of 1864. The church was situated adjacent to the Masonic Hall, and was the first Christian Union Church built in the State of Ohio. Members of Edenton Lodge #332 who were prominent in the organization and served as Elders, Trustees and other officers of the Church were: Andrew Jackson, James Crosson, Silas Muchmore, John Prickett, J. H. Prickett, Hiram Prickett, M. S. Pickiehiemer, W. McKinney, William Palmer and Theodore Little. It is thought the Church ceased to have services in the 1920's, and was torn down in 1939.

DECLARATION of the COLUMBUS CONVENTION

Februaiy 3, 1864.

Having a desire for a more perfect fellowship in Christ; and the more satisfactory enjoyment of the means of religious edification and comfort; we do hereby solemnly form ourselves into a Religious society under the title of CHRISTIAN UNION, in which we avow our true and hearty faith in the received Scriptures of the Old and the New Testaments, as the Word of God; and the only and sufficient rule of faith and practice; and pledge ourselves through Christ strengthening us to keep and observe whatsoever He hath commanded.

FORMATION of the CONGREGATION

We the undersigned do hereby subscribe to the above DECLARATION and form ourselves into a Society know as the EDENTON CONGREGATION of the CHRISTIAN UNION of OHIO.

July 17, 1864.

(Notes by the late Matella Doughman)

Church first met 1861.

WILLIAM THOMPSON, joined 17 July 1864.

ALICE ThOMPSON Nec HARRIS, joined 17 July 1864.

PETER P. WOLF, First preacher.

JOHN PRICKET

AMANDA AMES, Moved away.

WILLIAM HAWKINS, Mother was a Sloan

HIRAM PRICKET

ABRAM WHITENACK

JACOB JORDAN

ISAAC HAWKINS

SARAH ROSS JACKSON, Wife of ANDREW JACKSON

NANCY WAINRIGHT

ANN C. BARR (THOMPSON)

SUSAN HAWKINS (WILLIAMS)

MARTHA PICKELHAMMER, Mother of MOSES PICKELHAMMER

JANE PRICKET, HIRAM SR.'s Wife.

SUSAN PRICKET, Wife of JAMES PRICKET, Nee JACKSON

C. F. HAWKINS, Brother of WILLIAM HAWKINS

SARAH PICKELHAMMER, Wife of MOSES PICKELHAMMER

ELIZABETh PICKELHIAMMER, Daughter of MOSES

PICKELHAMMER

STARKEY HARRIS

DAVID PICKLEHAMMER, Son of MOSES.

ALBERT YALE, Letter JOHN T. CARDELL

THOMAS LITTLE

A. P. LITTLE (ABSOLEM)

THEODORE L1TTLE, ThOMAS LITTLE'S son.

MONTEVILLE LITTLE, THOMAS LITTLE'S son.

UZZIE CLAYTON, Mother was a HARRIS, 2nd wife JANE LITTLE.

JAMES ROYSTON, Moved by letter 1871.

SARAH ISHAM

NANCY HARRIS, Sister to ALICE ThOMPSON.

ELIZABETH NEWLAND

SUSAN JORDAN, JACOB JORDAN'S wife, nee LITTLE.

ESTHER ANN LIITLE, THOMAS LrITLE'S Wife.

MARY JANE LITTLE

MALINDA LITTLE

NANCY HARRIS, A widow.

JANE CLAYTON, UZZIE CLAYTON'S wife, nec LITTLE.

MARY AMES, Removed.

SARAH INGLE, Wife of DAVID INGLE.

CIRELIA ROYSTON

SUSAN J. LITTLE, Married a BRANDENBURG to the Dakota's died in Lebanon, Ohio

WILSON PRICKET

AMY ANN PICKELHAMMER, Daughter of MOSES, married a GUDGEON.

NARCISSA J. BARR

HANNAH E. PRICKET, Married twice 2nd husband a SNIDER

GEMIMA MUCHMORE, Daughter of CHARLES, married

LOUIS ASHER.

LUCINDA WAINRIGHT

CATHERINE CAUDLE

HARRIET S. JONES, Married NOTLEY HILL.

HANNAH BARR

DELILAH J. BINKLEY

SARAH K. CLAYTON, Married a DOWNES, died in Highland Co., 0.

GEORGE McKEE

MARTHA McKEE

LYDIA JORDAN

ELIZABETH P. CAUDLE

JOHN M. SWIGERT

LUCINDA SWIGERT

ELIZABETH PRICKETT, Wife of JOSIAH PRICKETI?

AMANDA GROVES

MARY A. CLAYTON

SARAH BRIGHT, Withdrawn.

MARY HAWKINS, Wife of NATHAN, nee SLOAN, mother ofWM.

JOSEPH BINKLEY

LYDIA BINKLEY

HARRIET L. PRICKETr, Nec DICKINSON.

LOUISE GROVE

CALVIN S. NEWI'ON

JEMIMA HAWKINS, Wife of JOHN HAWKINS.

ELIZA SMITH Moved.

NANCY ThOMPSON

JAMES H. THOMPSON, Son of DAVID, Grandson of WILLIAM.

MARY C. BINKLEY

SARAH DUNHAM

JANE A CLAYTON

HANNAH EMERY

JANE INGLE, moved

CHARLOTTE McKINNEY, wife of WILLIAM

NANCY CRAMER, married a FEREE

MARY INGLE

AMANDA ROYSTON

CLARISSA HARRIS

ELIZABETh ISHAM, or LITTLE

SARAH BARR CRAMER

AMANDA SCHOOLEY

CHARLOTTE COLE

RACHEL LITTLE, or BINKLEY

SILAS L. BENNETT

MARY A. BENNETT

M.S. PICKLEHIMER

WILLIAM INGLE, furnished money to build the church, buried in his front yard, mother a SPENCE.

S.T. SCOTT, SAMUEL moved away.

W.M. WAINRIGHT, moved to California.

CHARLES HAWKINS, Son of NATHAN.

HIRAM PRICKETr, Jr.

NATHAN HAWKINS

JAMES PARMER

SILAS SCHOOLEY

AMY HUNTER, had a son JAMES.

MERRILDA HAWKINS

ANN D. EMERY

MANDY SMITH

MARY J. LITTLE

ALICE BARR

NANCY NELSON

CHARLOTTE DICKESON

MARY SKYLER

GEORGE CARR, moved

SARAH BERRY

SARAH HAZELTON

RUBEN WARD

WILLIAM McKINNEY

SARAH McKINNEY

AMY A. THOMPSON, removed

MARY M. PRICKETT

FRANCIS INGLE

ALONZO ISHAM, removed

DAVID INGLE, moved

GEORGE B. HAWKINS

BENAGE McKINNEY

HERBERT RICE

HANNAH SHUE, or COLLINS

JOHN HAWKINS

DANIEL HAWKINS

THEODORE SMITH

MARTHA SNELL TULY

ELIZABETH FULLER PICKLEHIMER

EMMA GREGORY

MARGARET BALLSER MALOTT

WM. H. CLAYTON

ELIZABETH WHITENACK

SARAH JACKSON FULLER

J.W. HUNTER

URIAH MALOTT

AMOS LITTLE

OREIN ISHAM

ELLEN FULLER

JOSEPH CLAYTON

J.D. MURPHY

JOSIAH PRICKET~

ANDREW JACKSON

DAVID INGLE

P.C. COLE

ELLEN GIBSON

SAMUEL LEAVER

WM. D. PICKLEHIMER, removed

ELIZABETh PICKLEHIMER, removed

M.C. DAVIDSON

CURLEEN THOMPSON

AMOS MOUNT

DANIEL REED, moved away

MARTHA GROVES

MARTIN HALL

SOLOMON NEWTON

AMY S. STARKEY

PRUDENCE MALOTT

STEPHEN ROYSTON

JOHN GARRETSON

PRISCILLIA MALOTT

ISAAC BROWN

DANIEL WEAVER

SHERDICK STARKEY

JOSIAH BUTLER, moved

RACHEL MURPHY

ThOMAS JORDAN, dismissed

JANE JORDAN, dismissed

MAHALA STOUDER

JESSE COOPER, removed

MARGARET BAKER

BARBARA LEEVER

PHILLIP SCHULLER

CHRISTIANA REED, moved

MOLLINA LAYMON, moved

MLNARD APGAR

ANN E. CRAMER

JOANNAH BINKLEY

JOHN CAUDLE

ELIZA DACKER, removed

PLEASANT SNELL, July 4, 1867

ELDRIDGE RANDALL, removed

CYNTHIA RANDALL, removed

LYDIA J. DIKE, removed

JOHN ISHAM

ELIZABETH COOPER, removed Dec. 1868

MARY S. PRICKETT

GEORGE BAKER, Feb. 1869

LYDIA PIERCE, Jan 1870



 
 

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