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Re: Hugh KEENAN, County Down, 1800s
Posted by: Jim Swinford Date: September 29, 2001 at 17:28:30
In Reply to: Hugh KEENAN, County Down, 1800s by Bruce A. Kenan of 148

Campbellites were an evangelical spin-off from the Irish Anglican church, followers of a clergyman named (surprise) Campbell in the 1830s, I believe. Arriving in the U.S., their moderate component became a major progenitor of the denomination now known as the Disciples of Christ, whose "mother" church is in Paris, KY, I think; while the more fundamentalist Campbellites later became the Church of Christ.
I have not done much with my Kenan ancestry as yet.


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