Brinton Branch [RLDS]

congregation #482683
created 2015-09-22 by daniel m. kelty
has the name: Brinton Branch?   
assertion #3734298 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-07-03: confidence 0%.
is of type: Branch?   
assertion #3734301 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-09-22: confidence 0%.
started on: 6 Nov 1897   
cited in John Cornish history
assertion #3734297 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-07-03: confidence 100%.
is described as: Two days' meetings were held at Brinton, September 5 and 6. well attended, and all enjoyed life. John J. Cornish began preaching in Brinton. Persecution is rather high there at present, but some are coming into the church. January 12 Bro. E. Day Bennett assisted Bro. John J. Cornish in opening the work near Brown's Schoolhouse, Isabella County, and had large crowds. Brother Bennett is a fair speaker. November 6, a branch was organized at Brinton by Robert E. Grant, assisted by John J. Cornish. They had 18 members.<br/>Some six years since work was begun in Brinton, encountering trouble in obtaining a house to hold services in. This was overcome by the brethren buying a vacated store building, moving it, and repairing and refitting it for worshiping uses: it is neatly seated and is a comfortable place. After John J. Cornish had preached a funeral sermon at Brinton, of a little girl, daughter of Mr. Letson,<br/>?   
assertion #3734299 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-09-22: confidence 0%.
has religion: RLDS?   
assertion #3734300 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-09-22: confidence 0%.
is located at: Isabella County, Michigan, United States   
assertion #3714683 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-09-22: confidence 100%.
location: 43°46'12"N, 85°0'30"W   
assertion #3720702 by daniel m. kelty on 2015-09-22: confidence 0%.
is further described at: Cornish   
entity #700054, assertion #3711683 by daniel m. kelty on 2017-07-03: confidence 100%.