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The church was established in 1831.
Liberty was officially established in 1820.
The church was established in 1852 in what was then Mercer County, Virginia as West Virginia was not yet a state.
The organization was established in 1861.
The church was established in 1842.
The church was established in 1822.
The church is located in Hookersville Rural Station and was established in 1825.
The church was established in 1824 after a series of meetings took place in the homes of settles, sometimes forcing attendees to travel as many as 50 miles.
The church was officially organized in 1860 at the close of a "revival crusade."
The church was established in 1850. Of the 60 original members, 29 of them were part of the McClung family.
The church was established before 1847 when a small group of Christians decided to build a church in what is now the Mt. Nebo community. Grave markers for Civil War veterans can still be found in the church's graveyard today. The exact date of the church's establishment is unknown.
The church was established some time between 1803 and 1810. During the Civil War, church members were openly divided as "northern" members would hold service inside the church while "southern" members would stand outside or vice-versa.