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Secretary of State Correspondence

1820-1914

Secretary of State Correspondence Record: A copy of a letter involving the Ecclesiastical Council convened for the purpose of examining Benjamin F. Nealy and if thought proper to recognize him as a minister of the Gospel.

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Item Description: A copy of a letter involving the Ecclesiastical Council convened for the purpose of examining Benjamin F. Nealy and if thought proper to recognize him as a minister of the Gospel.
Date Written: 7 Aug. 1858
Box and Folder: 20-21
Associated names: F. Beasley; Peter Capwell; E. L. Case; B. W. Crane; Jesse Elliot; H. B. Ewell; J. F. Hibbard; S. L. Kenny; Joel Lyon; J. Mallory; D. Munger; Benjamin F. Nealy; R. C. Palmer; J. H. Perkins; A. Plumbley; E. Plumbly; S. M. Stinson
Associated subjects: Churches; Religious groups
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/individual_correspondence_record.asp?id=5304 : accessed 4 December 2021), entry for A copy of a letter involving the Ecclesiastical Council convened for the purpose of examining Benjamin F. Nealy and if thought proper to recognize him as a minister of the Gospel., 7 Aug. 1858, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.

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