Remarkable Ohio


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3-1 Covenanter Church 1804

Side A: In 1804, a group of Scotch-Irish Covenanters from Rockbridge County, Virginia, erected a log church on this location. In 1805, they organized the Cherry Fork Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Two brick churches were also built on this location, in 1832 and 1854. The present (1976) Cherry Fork United Presbyterian Church is the oldest congregation of Covenanter origin in Ohio.
Sponsors: Adams County Historical Society and The Ohio Historical Society
Address: Cherry Fork Cemetery, OH 136, 
Location: North part of the cemetery, West of intersection of OH 136 and Coon Hill Road
Latitude: 38.8810680
Longitude: -83.6156350