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Source: "A Short History of Page County, Virginia" by Harry M. Strickler,
The Dietz Press, Inc. Richmond, Va., 1952.
Transcribed by G.T. Transcription Team

Pleasant Run Baptist Church
Eight miles east of Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio,

Members of the Pleasant Run Baptist Church

As found in the Church Record Book, Elder Lewis Seitz, first pastor.
List is dated 1806 – 1809.

1. William Hopwood

2. Abraham Hite

3. Magadalene Ruffner

4. Elizabeth Warner

5. Adam Giger

6. Mary Giger

7. Magdalene Giger

8. Conrad Hite

9. Aaron Powell

10. Sister Powell

11. Martin Coffman

12. Ann Coffman

13. Magadalene Wise

14. Ann Miller

15. Elizabeth Histand

16. Frank Bibler

17. Mary Bibler

18. Andrew Hite

19. Ann Hite

20. Samuel Hite

21. John Hite

22. Ann Hite

23. Christian Hoover

24. Susan Musselman

25. Barbara Hite

26. Samuel Comer

27. Elizabeth Comer

28. Sister Hanna*

29. Sister Bibler

30. Christian Cagy

31. Mary Cagy

32. John Hite

33. [sic]

34. Sister Hite

35. Jacob Bibler, Sr.

36. Jacob Bibler, Jr.

 

"Baptized since our last"

Aaron Ashbrook

Eli Ashbrook

Caty Ashbrook

Joseph Stider

John Moorehead

Christian Coffman

James Owens

 

37. Cathy Bibler

38. David Bibler

39. John Bibler

40. Barbara Bibler

41. Lewis Sites

42. Ann Sites

43. Christian Wolf

44. Emanuel Ruffner (RWS)

45. Ann Spitler

46. Jacob Spitler

47. Timothy Collins

48. Phoebe Collins

49. Barbara Beaver

50. Magdalene Taylor

 

Baptized since our last

51. George White

52. Jacob Spitler (RWS)

* Sister Hanna was a black woman – a freed slave, made a will, giving her property to the church.

(RWS) – Revolutionary War Soldier
 


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