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One Hundred Years of the 

United Presbyterian Church Greenville


submitted by Sue Elliott




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and all still doing well he Master's work:  Rev. J. B. McMichael, for many years president of Monmouth College, now pastor of Sugar Creek U. P. congregation, O., Rev. D. M. Gelvin, Rev. A. E. Linn, pastor of the Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg, and Rev. G. A. Brown, pastor of Middleton, O., while our grandchildren in the ministry are Rev. T. H. McMichael, of Cleveland, and Rev. W. J. McMichael, of South Argyle, New York.


Much more might be said as to our work in the present and our hopes for the future, but his sketch as already exceeded the limits set for us by the printer.  The past is gone, it has been full of many blessings.  The present is here and its actions and deeds will be recorded.  The future lies beyond, and when the historian of 2001 compares the second century with the first century of Greenville, may he be enable to write "Progress."  Suffice it to say that if pastors 




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Rev. George A. Brown, 

Son of the Congregation



Rev. T. A. McMichael, 

Grandson of the Congregation




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