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This was an EB assembly (or possibly just a preaching point) that met in a small, unincorporated community along the Saint Joe River in [[Idaho]] from +1900 thru at least 1901, with a correspondent of a jeweler named Henri Louis Abraham Isaac Rochat, who was born in 1828 in Le Pont, Vaud, Switzerland, and emigrated in 1852 to Minnesota, where he lived in Minnesota City and St. Paul thru at least 1870, and relocated at some point to Saint Joe.
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This was an EB assembly that met in a small, unincorporated community along the Saint Joe River in [[Idaho]] from 1884-1901+, with a correspondent of a jeweler named Henri Louis Abraham Isaac Rochat, who was born in 1828 in Le Pont, Vaud, Switzerland, and emigrated in 1852 to Minnesota, where he lived in Minnesota City and St. Paul until 1884 when he relocated his family to St. Joe.
  
 
Henri's wife was Fannie Rosselet Rochat (b. 1831 Les Bayards, Neuchatel, Switzerland - d. 1874 Minnesota City, WA).
 
Henri's wife was Fannie Rosselet Rochat (b. 1831 Les Bayards, Neuchatel, Switzerland - d. 1874 Minnesota City, WA).
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* [[Knoxville Open Brethren Assembly, TN]] (OB) '''1848'''-1904
 
* [[Knoxville Open Brethren Assembly, TN]] (OB) '''1848'''-1904
 
** one of the first PB assemblies in the U.S., a present PBCC (EB) assembly hived from this meeting.
 
** one of the first PB assemblies in the U.S., a present PBCC (EB) assembly hived from this meeting.
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Latest revision as of 09:00, 1 August 2020

This was an EB assembly that met in a small, unincorporated community along the Saint Joe River in Idaho from 1884-1901+, with a correspondent of a jeweler named Henri Louis Abraham Isaac Rochat, who was born in 1828 in Le Pont, Vaud, Switzerland, and emigrated in 1852 to Minnesota, where he lived in Minnesota City and St. Paul until 1884 when he relocated his family to St. Joe.

Henri's wife was Fannie Rosselet Rochat (b. 1831 Les Bayards, Neuchatel, Switzerland - d. 1874 Minnesota City, WA).


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other Rochat Leadership

Idaho

Tennessee


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