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* [[Ponca Gospel Hall, NE]] (OB) +1902-1936+
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* [[Ponca Gospel Hall, NE]] (OB) +1881-1936+
 
** c/o Charles Alexander Leonard (b. 1860 Terre Haute, IN - d. 1936 San Antonio, TX) +1902-1904+; John H. McKinley (1873-1946; parents born in Ireland) +1927+; Wyley Edwin Merritt (b. 1885 Ponca, NE - d. 1961 Kern, CA) +1936+;
 
** c/o Charles Alexander Leonard (b. 1860 Terre Haute, IN - d. 1936 San Antonio, TX) +1902-1904+; John H. McKinley (1873-1946; parents born in Ireland) +1927+; Wyley Edwin Merritt (b. 1885 Ponca, NE - d. 1961 Kern, CA) +1936+;
 
** "no meeting" in +1927+
 
** "no meeting" in +1927+

Revision as of 03:38, 2 August 2020

See Branches of Plymouth Brethren to explain abbreviation types (although in short: OB & TW-P are Halls & Chapels within (or with loose affiliation with) the "open brethren" (although GH's (generally) maintain a separate network from the Chapels). EB/TW/TW-N are "Careful" Brethren (similar to OB Halls), and BC are (generally) independent community churches with early or indirect PB influence, and will (usually) not consider themselves "Brethren").  AA/CA refers to assemblies of African or Caribbean origin, or predominant demographic, although all ethnicities are overly welcome in any assemblies.

The above primer link expands on the abbreviations, and also contains introduction to this (and other) sheets within the overall History. There have been scores of branches with their own distinctive networks and strengths within the history of the PB, and many branches continue to flourish today, and while no assembly or gathering is identical to the others, each is thought to maintain a fervent desire for simplicity in gathering around the Lord Jesus, though practices and secondary doctrines may vary culturally and/or preferentially as autonomous (yet inter-dependent) local churches.

Assemblies are sorted geographically, and will, D.V., eventually have further history within. Red links on Brethrenpedia are presently undeveloped, and blue links contain data. Appreciate patience with our progress, and if you'd like to help, please contact any of the editing team, preferably via social media.

Northcentral Nebraska

Garfield County

Burwell

Northeast Nebraska

Burt County

Oakland

Dixon County (NE suburb of Sioux City, IA)

Newcastle

  • William John Curry (OB) (b. 1861 Philadelphia, PA - d. 1935 Newcastle, NE) +1927+
    • no meeting
    • William's father Daniel's funeral in 1902 was conducted at C.A. Leonard's home (of Ponca Gospel Hall);

Wakefield (Dixon & Wayne Counties)

  • Wakefield Assembly, NE (OB) +1950-1966
    • c/o Felix Valentine Jelinek (1902-1966) @ Felix's home
      • parents from Czechoslovakia

Ponca

  • Ponca Gospel Hall, NE (OB) +1881-1936+
    • c/o Charles Alexander Leonard (b. 1860 Terre Haute, IN - d. 1936 San Antonio, TX) +1902-1904+; John H. McKinley (1873-1946; parents born in Ireland) +1927+; Wyley Edwin Merritt (b. 1885 Ponca, NE - d. 1961 Kern, CA) +1936+;
    • "no meeting" in +1927+
    • Leonard officiated wedding in 1902 for Wm. A. Bradford & Mary Ann Will @ Omaha as "Minister of the Gospel in the "Brethren" Church, Ponca, NE;

Knox County

Creighton

  • Creighton Assembly, NE (OB) +1948-1982
    • @ Tell T. Sandoz's home +1948-1954; Daniel Edward Girdner's home 1955-1982;
    • c/o Tell T. Sandoz, Jr. (b. 1900 Verdigre, NE - d. 1989 Hayward, CA) +1948-1954;
      • Tell operated jewelry & watch repair stores in Seattle, WA, Verdigre, NE, Creighton, NE, then in 1955 in Vista & Lemon Grove, CA, retiring in 1973; He was a son of Tell Henry Sandoz, (b. 1851 Neuchatel, Switzerland - d. 1917 Verdigre, NE);
    • c/o Daniel E. Girdner (b. 1927 Cornville Yavapai, AZ - d. 2001 Fontanelle, IA) 1955-1982
      • son of Glen C. Girdner (1897-1988) and Marie Ellen Holcomb (1900-1963); His mother was a daughter of Horace Apollos Holcomb (b. 1852 Dryden, MI - d. 1931 Immanuel Mission, AZ), founder of the forementioned Navajo Indian outreach in AZ.

Winnetoon

  • Winnetoon Gospel Hall, NE (OB) +1943+
    • c/o Edward Felix Holan (b. 1888 Verdigre, NE - d. 1977 Creighton, NE) +1943+
      • son of Joseph M. Holan & Rose Mary Stoural Holan, both born in Czechoslovakia;

Norfolk (Madison County)

Antelope County

Neligh

Tilden (in both Antelope & Madison Counties)

  • Tilden Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1903-1909; (TW) 1909-1917+
    • c/o Arnold V. Uhlmann (b. 1875 Switzerland - d. 1962 Portland, OR) 1903-1917
      • He was living in Cimarron, KS in 1895 with his brothers Fred (b. 1867) & John (b. 1870);
      • His wife was Hilda Martha "Mary" Whitwer Uhlmann (b. 1878 Kenton Berne, Switzerland - d. 1931 Portland, OR)

Omaha

  • Grand View Chapel, NE (OB) 1962-1976
    • c/o Willard Lineus Rodgers (1904-1994) 1962-1963+; A.O. Nelson 1964-1968; R.L. Cranston 1969-1971; G.S. Knee 1972-1974; Carl Myron Angster (b. 1922 Wausa, NE - d. 2009 Sun City, AZ) 1975-1976;
    • @ 4940 N. 93rd Ave. home +1964; 4905 N. 96th St. aka 96th & Grand 1965-1974; Carl Myron Angster's home @ 4940 N. 93rd Ave. 1975-1976;
    • home meetings 1962-1964; 1975+; West Omaha Chapel 1964;
  • Hillside Bible Chapel, NE (OB) 1980-2018+
    • Southwest Bible Chapel 1983+; Northwest Christian Assembly +1985-1987+; Northwest Bible Fellowship +1989-2016+
    • @ Daycare Center, 142nd & Arbor St. 1983+; 4905 N. 96th St. +1985-2016+; Cherry Hills Event Center @ 7040 N. 102 Circle +2018+;
    • c/o Billy June Fear (b. 1928 Aberdeen, SD - d. 2008 Bennington, NE) 1983-1986; +1989-1990; Scott Nordstrom 1991-2013; Dale Gleason 2009-2018+; George Tickle 2014+; Zachariah Plowman +2016-2018+; Todd Hemmingsen +2018+;
  • Keystone Bible Chapel, NE (OB) 1890's-2020+
    • Omaha Gospel Mission 1890's-1920; Hamilton Street Gospel Hall aka Omaha Gospel Hall 1920-1956+; Omaha Gospel Chapel +1958-1970;
    • @ 26th St. & Douglas/Farnham Sts. 1890's-1915; Bee Building #214 +1904+; 813 N. 40th St. 1915-1920; 45th & Hamilton 1920-1970; 7840 Maple St. 1970-2020+;
    • Early Leadership:
      • Founders: Alexander Broadfoot? (b. 1850 Canada - d. 1916 Atlantic, IA) 1890's; Francis Rodgers (b. 1857 Davis, MO - d. 1938 Omaha, NE) 1890's+;
      • 1920's: William A. Bradford (b. 1871 Jefferson County, KS) & Isaac Matthias Roman (b. 1859 Sweden - d. 1941 Sacramento, CA) & Joseph Andrew Shopen (b. 1875 Cedar Falls, IA - d. 1952 Omaha, NE) & Ola Martinus Nelson (b. 1869 Broby, Sweden - d. 1959 Los Angeles, CA; journalist who emigrated 1887, applied for citizenship 1929 with help from Willard Rodgers & Gustaf Ludwig Johnson) & James Price Patterson (b. 1894 Cedar, MO - d. 1976 Omaha, NE);
      • Other early leadership: Donald Ross Charles (b. 1879 Byfield, MA - d. 1962 San Mateo, CA) 1909+; Arthur Beaumont Rodgers, Sr. (b. 1890 Akron, CO - d. 1961 Omaha, NE) +1918-1961;
      • Correspondents: Cecil Fosha Shopen (b. 1901 Elgin, IL - d. 1978 Kansas City, MO) +1927+; James Price Patterson (b. 1894 Cedar, MO - d. 1976 Omaha, NE) +1936-1948+; Raymond Henderson Rodgers (b. 1922 Atlantic, IA - d. 1990 Omaha, NE) +1950+; 1972-1975; William Raymond? Jones (b. 1912 Charles City, IA) +1954-1971; Lyle W. Rockhold 1976-1983+, +1996-2006; Stephen Rockhold +1985-1987+; Hank R. Pitschmann +1989-1994+; Chris Drowne 2007-2020+; Andrew Strautmann +2016-2020+;
  • Omaha GG Assembly, NE (Geftakys) 1976-2003
  • Omaha Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1889+; (TW) +1933-1951+
    • c/o Thomas John Beard (b. 1841 MI - d. 1917 Omaha, NE) +1889+; Frank Bryson Gill, clerk and historian @ Union Pacific Railroad, (b. 1876 Seaton, Northumberland, England, lived 1888 in Des Moines, IA,  d. 1955 Multnomah, OR)  1933; Harry A. Johnson 1944-1951; Ralph Howard Shaffer (b. 1911 Atlanta, Phelps, NE - d. 1986 Des Moines, IA) 1944-1949; Cecil Clair Mittelstadt (b. 1904 ca. Delaware, IA) 1944-1951; Walter Leonard Gill (b. 1913 Portland, OR - d. 2004 Richmond, CA)  1949; Paul Mittelstadt 1951; Howard P. Wagner (wife Ruth C. Mittelstadt) 1951;
    • c/o Ethel Gladys Stobb Mittelstadt (b. 1903 ca. Monroe, Lyon, MN, widow of Cecil C. Mittelstadt) 1962-1973+
    • Omaha PBCC Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1889+; (PBCC) +1952-1969+
      • c/o Thomas John Beard (1841-1917) +1889+
      • 3 meetings by 1969
  • Omaha Gospel Hall, NE (OB) 1890's/+1954-2020+
    • Central Gospel Hall +1954-1963; Omaha Gospel Hall 1964-1971; Hartman Avenue Gospel Hall 1972-2000+
    • @ N. 16th & Carter Lake Blvd. +1954-1971; 5622 N. 69th St. 1972-2016+; 11510 N. 69th St. +2018-2020+
    • c/o Harry Alfred Hamilton, Sr. (b. 1901 Pontiac Livingston, IL - d. 1977 Omaha, NE) +1954-1971; Samuel Eadie (later @ Elkhorn) 1972-1998; James Harold Harvey (1922-2003 Omaha, NE) 1999-2003; Mark Vanderhart @ Elkhorn +2006-2010+; Mark Fitch +2013-2020+; David Reed +2018-2020+;

Council Bluffs, IA area (also see Iowa)

  • Council Bluffs Gospel Hall, IA (OB) +1904+
    • c/o E.W. Peterson
      • Emil / Ernest W. Peterson (b. 1869 Knox Co., IL - d. 1934 Kewanee, IL), machinist, worked U.P. Transfer Hotel in 1904, lived in 1902 @ 344 N. 1st OR
      • Eugene William Peterson, Sr. (b. 1857 Kane, IA - d. 1937 Toronto, ON) mgr R.G. Dun & Co. @ 205 Sapp Bldg; lived in 1902 @ 407 Park; Married Caroline Stuart Kerr (b. 1858 Perth, ON - d. 1933 Toronto, ON) in 1879 in St. Louis, MO.

Logan, Harrison County, IA

  • Logan Gospel Hall, IA (OB) +1927+
    • @ home of Louis Phillip Duvall (b. 1872 Harrisonville, MO - d. 1938 Logan, IA), tailor;
      • father John Phillip Duvall (b. 1832 Germany - d. 1897 Logan, IA)
        • worked as tailor in Kansas City, MO in 1875, in Atlantic, IA 1880-1885, Logan, IA 1895-1897; served in the Civil War in the infantry.
      • mother Mary Elizabeth Oechsli Duvall (b. 1845 Grafenreid, Bern, Switzerland - d. 1905 Logan, IA) married 1868 in Pettis, MO;

Magnolia, Harrison County, IA

  • Magnolia Meeting Room, IA (EB) +1879+
    • c/o Davidson Forester Eaton (b. 1839 Enosberg, VT), jeweler & photographer; lived 1866 in Council Bluffs.
      • son of Maro (b. 1803 VT - d. 1873 Magnolia, IA), cabinetmaker, & Mary Mathilda Luffman Eaton (b. 1809 NY - d. 1869 Magnolia, IA), parents married Charleton, NY in 1831 at Charleton Freehold Presbyterian Church. 1845-1849, Maro served as postmaster of Enosburgh, VT. In 1840, Maro was living in Saratoga Springs, NY.
      • wife Emma Sheradden Eaton (b. 1848 IA - d. 1905 Central City, NE)

Walnut, IA

  • Walnut preaching point (OB) +1927+
    • c/o Earl Charles Caddock (b. 1888 Huron, SD - d. 1950 Walnut, IA)

Saunders County

Ashland

  • Ashland Gospel Hall, NE (OB) +1927-1936+
    • John Henry Mott's home +1927-1936+
    • c/o John Henry Mott (1858-1939 Ashland, NE)

Weston

  • Weston Meeting Room, NE (EB) 1879-1880+
    • c/o Joseph Andrew Hardy (b. 1838 Steuben, IN - d. 1894 Grantsdale, MT) 1879-1880
      • son of James K. Hardy (b. 1813 Somerset, PA - d. 1885 Calhoun, IA) & Minerva C. Tomlinson Hardy (b. 1816 Allegany, MD - d. 1904 Logan, IA)
      • farmed in Magnolia, IA 1856-1878, served as postmaster 1877-1878 (see Magnolia Meeting Room, IA
      • 1st wife: Julia E. Hopkins (b. 1840 VT) in 1860 in Magnolia, IA;  Julia was living by 1880 with their family in Chapman, Saunders, NE.
      • 2nd wife: Susan Myra Grow (b. 1860 Logan, IA) in 1885 in Logan, IA;  Susan was a schoolteacher in Logan in 1880, and the daughter of Allen Kinney Grow (b. 1827 NY - d. 1909 Spokane, WA) & Eliza Jane Barkins Grow (b. 1833 Caneadea, NY - d. 1897 Hamilton, MT).  Allen was a farmer in 1850, proprietor of flanning mill in Harrison, IA in 1870, Logan County Recorder in 1880.  Allen's obit indicated his funeral was officiated by Rev. Grier of the First Universalist church, and he had lived many years in Bitter Root valley, Montana (near Stevensville), and "was a pioneer of several states, a man of high character and an exponent of the highest ideals of good citizenship."

Washington County

Blair

  • Blair Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1889+
    • c/o George Pope & Frank Pope
      • In 1891, there was a Frank Pope & George T. Pope living at 1702 Miami, Omaha, NE both serving as carpenters for the Union Pacific RR.  In 1890, they were living at 1617 Corby, Omaha, and there was an additional George Pope, presumably Sr., and all three worked as carpenters for the railroad.
  • Christians Gathered in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, NE +2020+
    • @ 1013 State St., Suite 1; c/o Mark Vanderhart

Omaha Indian Reservation

Thurston County

Pender

  • Pender Meeting Room, NE (TW) +1896+
    • c/o Fred Schumacher
      • possibly Fred F. Schumacher (b. 1877 Brandenburg, Germany), postmaster 1910 @ Hubbard, NE (26 miles from Pender), railroad laborer 1920 @ Solon Springs, WI; shoemaker 1930 @ Solon Springs, WI;

Southcentral Nebraska

Kearney

  • Horace Apollos Holcomb (b. 1852 Dryden, MI - d. 1931 Immanuel Mission, AZ), eventual founder of the Immanuel Mission (OB) network of Navajo missions in Arizona, also served with the Gospel Missionary Union here in 1900.
  • Kearney Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1883?-1889
    • c/o John Fredrick Ramquist (b. 1848 Stockholm, Sweden - d. 1918 Seattle, WA) baptized his son Georg in 1874 in the First Lutheran Church of Monmouth, IL;
    • c/o Virgilius Hilarius Leander Hallgren (b. 1848 Horn, Ostergotland, Sweden - d. 1892 Kearney, NE) emigrated to the U.S. in 1862, never married, brought mother & siblings by 1870;

Axtell

Loomis

Phelps

  • Phelps Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1889+
    • c/o Charles "Karl" August Carlsson Samuelson (b. 1858 Kattilstad Parish, Ostergotland, Sweden - d. 1940 St. Joseph, MO)

Lexington

Gothenburg

  • Gothenburg Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1889-1909; (PBCC) 1909-2020+
    • c/o Alfred Wahlstrom (b. 1842 Fivelstad, Ostergotland, Sweden - d. 1926 Gothenburg, NE) +1889+; emigrated to the U.S. in 1865;
    • c/o August Isaacson (d. 1916 Gothenburg, NE) +1889+;
    • 2 meetings +1954-1959+:
      • 15th & Ave. F
      • 22nd & Ave. F
    • 3 meetings by 1969

Southeast Nebraska

Adams County

Hastings

Juniata

  • 1881 Barley Cake magazine (OB) reports on William John Faulkner & E. Rushbrook doing pioneer ministry in Adams County, including in Juniata.

Glenvil

    • no gathering but Exclusive (EB) brother residing 2 miles west of town
    • c/o John Crawford Millen (b. 1812 Scotland - d. 1890 Little Blue, NE) +1876-1880+;

Gage County

Beatrice

Wymore

  • Wymore Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1889+
    • c/o C.J. Klasson
      • possibly Cornelius Jacob Klassen (b. 1863 Russia - d. 1931 Meade, KS) married Maria Thiessen in 1881 in Jefferson County, NE;

Grand Island

Boelus (Howard City)

  • Boelus Gospel Hall, NE (OB) +1948+
    • home of Carl Daniel Andersen (b. 1907 Boelus, NE - d. 1990 Altona, MB)
  • Boelus Meeting Room, NE (TW) +1962-1985+
    • c/o Eric R. Pederson & Clifford Murray Hall (b. 1918 Central City, NE - d. 2006 Kenesaw, NE)

Elba

    • no gathering but Exclusive (EB) sister residing in 1889.
    • c/o Mrs. H. Freeman
      • possibly Eliza H. Rogers Freeman (b. 1831 NY - d. 1893 Elba, NE), wife of Jerry Walker Freeman (b. 1827 Cortland County, NY - d. 1898 Elba, NE) who both farmed +1850-1860+ Ulysses, Potter, PA.

St. Paul

  • St. Paul Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1901-1909; (TW) 1909-1917+
    • c/o Mrs. Clara Freeman 1901-1903
      • wife of Henry Burton Freeman (b. 1856 Ulysses, PA - d. 1898 Nashville, TN), son of Eliza H. Freeman, buried as a veteran at National cemetery in Nashville, TN
    • c/o Eleanor E. "Nellie"/"Ellen" Johnson Adams (b. 1847 PA - d. 1921 St. Paul, NE), wife of Benjamin Franklin Adams (b. 1845 Dresden, OH - d. 1902 St. Paul, NE) 1903-1917;  In 1866, Benjamin was living in Yolo, CA, and married Eleanor in 1868, and they moved back to his hometown of Dresden where he was employed as a carpenter thru at least 1870.  By 1880 thru at least 1897, they were living in St. Paul, NE. 
      • In 1900, they were living in Denver, CO with their daughter Florence C. Adams Scott (b. 1869 Dresden, OH - d. 1924 Erie, IL)  and her husband John E. Scott (b. 1864 Hillsdale, IL - d. 1943 Varco, MN).  Florence & John were married 1892 in St. Paul, NE.   Their three children were all born in St. Paul also.
        • Walter Adams Scott (b. 1893 - d. 1950 Varco, MN) never married.
        • Harold Clair Scott (b. 1895 - d. 1958 Varco, MN) m. Della May Kans (b. 1897 La Crosse, WI - d. 1991 Varco, MN) 
        • Edith Mane Scott (b. 1897 - d. 1988 Santa Fe, NM) m. Lester David Moulton (b. 1894 Erie, IL - d. 1972 Santa Fe, NM)

Jefferson County

Fairbury

  • Fairbury Meeting Room, NE (TW) +1944-1951+
    • c/o Harry Ashton Hill (b. 1881 Wyoming Star, IL - d. 1967 Los Angeles, CA)
      • son of Leighton F. Hill (b. 1852 - d. 1887 Wyoming, IL) m. 1874 in Stark, IL to Mary C. McCann (b. 1851 VA - d. 1894 Wyoming, IL);
      • m. 1906 in Scott, IA to Grace Lovell Darling (b. 1883 Ipava, IL - d. 1964 Los Angeles, CA)  

Lincoln

  • Hollywood Heights Chapel, NE (OB) 1955-2020+
    • c/o Ralph Milton Swanson (b. 1915 Sioux City, IA - d. 1989 Topeka, KS), carpenter, @ 1667 Smith St. 1955-1980+; Harold Andrew Joye (b. 1928 Detroit, MI - d. 2000 Palm Bay, FL) +1982-1989; John Clarence Van Essen (b. 1948 Oskaloosa, IA - d. 2008 Anchorage, AK) 1990-2008; Ron Kratzer 2010-2020+; Matt Van Essen 2010-2020+;
    • Lincoln Home Assembly 1955-1959
    • @ home of Friedrich Heinrich "Fred" Hennies (b. 1885 Adams, Gage, NE - d. 1959 Lincoln, NE) @ 2826 Vine St. 1955-1959; 936 El Avado 1960-1998+;
  • Lincoln GG Assembly, NE (Geftakys) ?
    • once HQ assembly for the CCM band Remedy Drive;
  • Lincoln Meeting Room, NE (TW) +1896-1901+; +1944-1999+
    • c/o Edward Leighton (b. 1867 Marysville, KS - d. 1950 Seattle, WA) +1896-1901+; Dr. Roland H. Loder (b. 1902 TN - d. 1994 Regina, SK) 1944; 1951; 1973; Edmund Ernest Hespe (b. 1906 Leigh, NE - d. 1961 Lincoln, NE) 1944-1951; Laurence William Chamberlin (b. 1917 Garrison, IA - d. 2014 Lauderdale Lakes, FL) 1949-1951; Don Jenkins, Sr. 1962-1966; Ervin Lee Loder (b. 1928 Lincoln, NE) 1962-1966, now Arvada, CO; Kent D. Turner (b. 1939 Lincoln, NE - d. 2012 Lincoln, NE) 1962-1999;

Lancaster County

Malcolm

  • Malcolm Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1896-1903+
    • c/o Charles Baker Nash (b. 1849 Ipswich, Suffolk, England - d. 1946 Los Angeles, CA) 1896-1903;
    • c/o Mrs. Canzler 1901;

Panama

  • Panama Gospel Hall, NE (OB) +1904+
    • c/o John Richardson Atkinson (b. 1839 Hunsonby, Cumberland, England - d. 1931 Monrovia, CA)

Seward County

Pleasant Dale

  • Pleasant Dale Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1905+
    • c/o John Baker Nash (b. 1879 NE - d. 1910 Smoky Hill, KS (buried Enterprise, KS), RR switchman; married in 1903 Ellen Irene Woodford (b. 1881 KS), lived Omaha 1905-1907;

Pawnee County

Pawnee City

  • Pawnee City Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1896-1909; (TW) 1909-1917+
    • c/o John Vincent Baldridge (1842-1921) +1896-1917+; Enlisted 1863-1864 Civil War, Ohio 129th Infantry, Co. G; in 1865, he married Sarah Elizabeth Little (b. 1842 Fayette County, IN - d. 1907 Pawnee City, NE);
      • daughter Emeline (b. 1877 Vinton, IA - d. 1930 Des Moines, IA) married Charles Jean Loizeaux (b. 1848 Leme, France - d. 1933 Des Moines, IA), son of Jean Jacques Loizeaux (b. 1816 Picardie, France - d. 1885 Vinton, IA)
        • Two of Jean Jacques Loizeaux's other sons were Timothy Ophir Loizeaux (b. 1843 France - d. 1927 Plainfield, NJ) and Paul Jacob Loizeaux (b. 1841 France - d. 1916 Plainfield, NJ) who together founded the Loizeaux Brothers Publishing;
    • c/o Marshall David Hammond (b. 1855 Washington, OH - d. 1911 suspected murdered enroute relocating to Howard, KS) 1903-1911; married in 1870 to Mary Elizabeth Stewart (b. 1856 OH - d. Sabetha, Nemaha County, KS);

Table Rock

Saline County

Crete

Webster County

Guide Rock

  • Guide Rock Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1879-1889+
    • @ 3 mi. SW 1879
    • c/o Eli Gilbert Burdett (b. 1840 Muscatine, IA - d. 1919 Breckenridge, CO) 1879-1880; son of Thomas Burdett (1801-1866) & Priscilla Gilbert (ca. 1802-1843), brother of Mary Burdett Fletcher-Hayes-Macy (b. 1843 Muscatine, IA - d. 1905 Breckenridge, CO);
      • m. 1864 in Muscatine, IA to Barbara Fletcher (1842-1880)
      • m. 1881 to Sarah Ophelia Sabin (1856-1931); By 1885, they were living in Arkansas City, KS
    • c/o Jacob J. Sutton, blacksmith, (b. 1826 London, Ontario Canada - 1897 Glasco, Cloud, KS) +1889+; Living in Vinton, IA in 1870; Guide Rock by 1880;

Jewell, NE? or KS?

  • Jewell Meeting Room, NE (EB) +1889+
    • can't locate in NE, but the one in KS is near Guide Rock, NE; Listed under NE so creating as such until further info provided;
    • c/o L.E. Carlson

Southwest Nebraska

Chase County

Imperial

  • Imperial Gospel Hall, NE 1927?-1948/1949
    • founded by John A. Horn (b. 1891 Forbush, IA - d. 1983 Atchison, KS) in the 1920's;  
    • c/o Isaac Calvin Clark (b. 1857 Westernport, Alleghany, MD - d. 1936 Imperial, NE) +1927-1936; Frank Lavern Cook (1898-1974 Imperial, NE) +1936-1962;
    • @ Schoolhouse @ "From Junction Hiway 6 and 61 go North 7 miles on 61 to Co. gravelled road, then East 2 miles, and South 1/2 mile to Schoolhouse" +1936-1943+;
    • no meeting in 1927 but contact listed; +1950-1959+ no meeting but contact listed until 1962;

Hayes & Hitchcock Counties

Palisade

  • Palisade Bible Chapel, NE +1927-2020+
    • c/o Leonidas Adolphas R. "Leo" Little (b. 1871 Sweet Home, Clark, MO - d. 1950 Denver, CO) +1927-1950; Kenneth Glen Hayward (b. 1918 Palisade, NE - d. 1965 Denver, CO) @ McCook 1950-1965; Frank Lavern Cook (1898-1974 Imperial, NE) 1966-1969; Daniel J. "Dan" McCormick (b. 1936) @ McCook 1970-1987+; Ray Dean Ridlen (b. 1932 Imperial, NE - d. 2019 Palisade, NE) +1989-2019;
    • aka Palisade Gospel Hall +1927-1985;
    • @ 207 N./S. Osborn St.
    • hive from Berea Gospel Hall, IA, the 1st or 2nd OB assembly in Iowa (1884-1982)