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Thomas W. Douglass

Thomas W. Douglass was a First Lieutenant in Company G, 100th PA Volunteers, the "Roundhead" Regiment, recruited from Mercer County. He enlisted on 31 Aug 1862  and mustered out on 24 July 1865.

He became licensed to preach in 1873, and pastored at Linesville, Crawford County in 1874-75.  Following, he pastored at:  Sunville, 1876-78; Albion, 1879-81; Harmonsburg, 1882; Spartansburg, 1883-85; Youngsville, 1886-90; Little Valley, 1891-92; Conneautville, 1893-95; Punxsutawney, 1896-97; Grove City 1898-1902; New Castle - Mahoning Church, 1904-1905; and in the New Castle District 1906-1910.

Source:  History of Mercer County, 1877; Journal and Yearbook of the Erie Conference, 1911, page 53.



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