The profusely illustrated book "The Wills Creek Charge" is available below in Gif format. This un-copyrighted book was printed in 1941 in Berlin PA by the Rev. J. Earl Gindlesperger. The book describes the history of the Wills Creek Charge of the Evangelical and Reformed Church in Somerset County, PA.
How to access the book
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Pages from the Wills Charge book:
Page 11 Pastors of Wills Creek Charge
Page 21 Mull's, Sometimes called Bridigum
Page 23 Mt. Lebanon Church
Page 35 St. Mark's, Pocahontas, Formerly known as Greenville
Page 43 Grace, White Oak, Formerly known as Reichards and White Oak
Page 49 Glencoe
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