Fisk's Methodist Episcopal Church was organized in August, 1855... In 1857 a brick house forty by thirty was erected by Samuel WEAVER, of Freeport, at a cost of $850, which was dedicated in December of that year, by Rev. L. D. BARROWS, who suggested the name, in honor of Rev. Wilbur FISK. Prior to the completion of this house, the society worshiped in an old building, near their present edifice, which was the church of a defunct society of Cumberland Presbyterians. The membership at the close of 1893, was eighty-eight.
-From History of Butler Co., PA, R. C. Brown Co., Publishers, 1895, page 490.
Note: The church building is no longer standing.
GPS Coordinates: 40.745, -79.7092
- Added: 2 Jan 2000
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #44656
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