Clipped From Lebanon Daily News

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 - in at tradition says, be was buried in what is...
in at tradition says, be was buried in what is known aa "Templeman's Bill," a short dl&tanoe from his residence. As nearly as ean be ascertained fiom tha record*, Mr. Templeman entered upon tu* anlnfstry in this region, a« early as 178«, He preached at "Hill Churpb." some three and a half miles north-westof this place,aUo where Jonestownls located, and Iu n small log church some three mil«S south-east of Lebanon, on the farm now owned by Mr. Jacob Brubaker, sr., but which has long since disappeared, But tbe sacred vessels used in the service pf the altaf are still 4n existence, and are carefully preserved in the family of Mr. BmbakerTto %hom iefei •been made. V d' for dress of take make as warp were is

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 14 Feb 1885, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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