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Stubblebines/Battle-Axe Movement 1840's
Posted by: Margaret Helminska Date: January 08, 2000 at 08:43:29
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In my research of the Stubblebines I have come across information about one generation of Stubblebines (1840's) who were involved in a very unusual religious group in Chester County PA.

Called the Battle-Axes, this movement was founded by a man named Theophilus Ransom Gates. At least two Stubblebine brothers were among his followers. For more information re: the Stubblebines who immigrated to this part of Penna. and then details about the Battle Axes, see this site:

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/5278/stubblebine.html


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