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One Hundred Years of the 

United Presbyterian Church Greenville

 

submitted by Sue Elliott

 

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In the amount of labor done, the number of congregations organized, in all that go to make up a successful ministry, he had no superior.

 

During Mr. McLean's pastorate the following persons filled the office of elder in addition to those already mentioned:  David McKnight, David White, Alexander Hunter, James McConnell, James Calvin, Samuel Latta, J. W. Brown, David Brackin, William Melvin, Hugh Nelson, Thomas Wier and Adam Thompson.  All these have been long since gone to their reward.  Many of them were men of large faith and abundant labor.  We cannot here speak particularly of them.  Mr. J.W. Brown was only eight years old when this church was organized and served as elder for at least 65 years.

The Fourth Church 1840-1867

Pastorate of D. H. Anderson McLean

But a few months after "Father" McLean closed his labors here the congregation called his son, D. H. A. McLean, who was then a student in the seminary at Cannonsburg.  The call was made out from the congregations of 

  

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