OHIO ASSOCIATIONS IN 1867.
By A. H. Dunlevy
MIAMI ASSOCIATION. -- Organized l799.
Churches. - Ninth Street, First, Second, Freemen Street, Welsh, German, and Mount Auburn, of Cincinnati, Camden, Cheviot, Columbia, Franklin, Hamilton, East Lebanon, Lockland, Miami, Middletown, Mount Carmel, Muddy Creek, Pleasant Ridge. 19.
SCIOTO ASSOCIATION. Organized 1806.
Churches Bristol, Ebenezer, Fairfield, Groveport, Kirkersville, Lancaster, Licking, Mt. Zion, Newark, New Lexington, Pleasant Rock, Salem, Straightsville, Uniontown, Walnut Creek 15.
MAD RIVER ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1811.
Churches. -- Bellefontaine, Bethesda, Big Darby, Bethel, Bloomingsburg, Concord, De Graff, Gordon, Greenville, Harmony, Honey Creek, Lena, Lost Creek, Mackacheek, Mill Creek, Mechanicsburg, Mt. Pleasant, Milford Centre, Mt. Zion. Myrtle Tree, New Bloomington, Pisgah, Philadelphia, Pleasant Run, Quincy, Rush Creek, Scioto, Thorp's Run, Union, West Mansfield 30.
STRAIT CREEK ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1813.
Churches. -- Berryville, Bethany, Camp Creek, Crooked Creek, E. F. B. Creek, Lick Fork, Mowrytown, New Market, Pebble, Rockville, West Union, Winchester. 12.
EAST FORK ASSOCIATION. Organized 1817.
Churches. -- Bethel, Duck Creek, First Ten Mile, Georgetown, New Richmond, Newtown, Nicholsville, Olive Branch, Poplar Fork, Second Ten Mile, Stone Lick, Withamsville. --12.
COLUMBUS ASSOCIATION. Organized 1819.
Churches. -- A1axandria, Berlin, Columbus, Delaware, Granville, Genoa, Jersey, Johnstown, Liberty, Sunbury, Welsh Hills 11.
MOHICAN ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1820.
Churches. Bucyrus, Bloomfield, Greentown, Galion, Johnsville, Loudonville, Lucas, Muffin, Mansfield, (Central), Mansfield (First), Providence, Perrysville, Springfield, Windsor. 14.
OHIO ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1821.
Churches Beulah, Gallipolis, Guyan, Valley, Hales Creek, Harmony, Hopewell, Ice Creek, Ironton, Mt. Zion, Myrtletree, Ohio, Palestine, Pine Grove, Providence, Providence Bethel, Ridge, Saloday, South Point, Submissive, Symmes Creek, Sand Fork, Union, Zoar. 23
SALEM ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1821.
Churches Athens, Bedford, Bethlehem, Canaan, Pomeroy, Racine, Rutland, Second Troy, Tupper's Plains 9.
HURON ASSOCIATION. Organized 1822.
Churches. Auburn, Bellevue, Berlin, Bronson, Clinton, East Townsend, Hartland, Huron, Monroeville, New Haven, New London, Norwalk, North Fairfield, Peru, Ripley, Sandusky, Savannah. 17.
ASHTABULA ASSOCIATION. Organized 1826.
Churches. Ashtabula, Andover and Williamsfield, Cherry Valley, Connecut, Colebrook, Denmark, Geneva, Jefferson, Kingsville, Madison, Perry, Richmond, Sheffield, Thompson 14.
MIEGS' CREEK ASSOCIATION. Organized 1826.
Churches. Bethesda, Beverly, Brookfield, Brownsville, Caldwell, Corinth, Cumberland, Good Hope, Graysville, Lawrence, Liberty, Little Muskingum, Lowell, Manchester, Marietta, McConnellsville, Metamoras, Muskingum Valley, Newcastle, New Harmony, Newport, Road Fork, Unity, Valley, Watertown, Woodsfield 26.
ZOAR ASSOCIATION. Organized 1827.
Churches. Beaver, Clear Fork, Corinth, Ebenezer, Harmony, Jefferson, Martinsville, Morristown, Mt. Moriah, New Trenton, Pine Run, Stillwater, Union 13.
CLEVELAND ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1832.
Churches. -- Chardon, Chester, Cleveland (First), Cleveland (Erie Street), Cleveland (Third), Cleveland (Shiloh), Columbia, Euclid, Granger, Medina, Painesville, Richfield, Royalton, Seville, Strongsville. - 15.
PORTAGE ASSOCIATION. Organized 1833.
Churches. -- Akron, Auburn, Aurora, Bedford, Brimfield, Garrettsville, Kent, Mantua, Northampton, Streetsboro, Twinsburg. 11.
SENECA ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1835.
Churches. -- Amanda, Attica, Blanchard, Clyde, Findlay, Jackson and Liberty, Lodi, Madison, McComb, Mill Grove, Reed, Republic, Tiffin. 13.
PROVIDENCE ASSOCIATION (COLORED). -- Organized 1836.
MAUMEE ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1839.
Churches. -- Ayersville, Bryan, Defiance, East Toledo, Gilead, Maumee, Mill Creek, Middleton, Napoleon, Perrysburg, Richfield, Spencer, Toledo, West Barre, Wauseon. - 15
LORAIN ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1839.
Churches. -- Avon, Camden, Elyria, Henrietta, Huntington, La Grange, Litchfield, N. Amherst, Oberlin, Penfield. Sullivan 11.
TRUMBULL ASSOCIATION. Organized 1840.
Churches. Hubbard, Mecca, Middlefield, Orangeville, Southington, Warren, Youngstown 7.
WILLS CREEK ASSOCIATION. Organized 1840.
Churches. -- Antrim, Beaver, Bird's Run, Brushy Fork, Cambridge, Church in Cambridge, Centre, Elizabethtown, Mt. Zion, New Concord, Otsego, Salem, Salem Township, Salt Creek, Salt Fork, Sarchet's Run, White Eyes Plains, Will's Creek 18.
WOOSTER ASSOCIATION. Organized 1841.
Churches. Alliance, Canton, Canaan, East Union, Green Township, Millbrook, Mohican, Moscow, New Philadelphia, Wooster 10.
MOUNT VERNON ASSOCIATION. Organized 1843.
Churches. Amity, Beulah, Brandon, Bryn Zion, Chester, Chesterville, Franklin, Fredericktown, Harmony, Homer, Martinsburg, Milford, Mt. Gilead, Mt. Vernon, Norton, Olentangy, Owl Creek, Prospect, Radnor l9.
UNION ASSOCIATION (COLORED). Organized 1843.
Churches. Beaver Creek, Bellefontaine, Bloomingsburgh, Brush Creek, Columbus, Cincinnati (Zion), Circleville, Chillicothe, Clear Creek, Ebenezer, (Brown County), Ebenezer (Logan County), Felicity, Greenfield, Harveysburg, Highbanks, Hillsboro, Loramie Creek, Lebanon, Ludlow, London, Leesburg, Middle Creek, Mt. Vernon, Mill Creek, Marysville, Mt. Zion, Massieville, Martinsville, New Richmond, Pee Pee, Piqua, Portsmouth, Ripley, Sandusky, Springfield, South Salem, Shiloh, Truro, Urbana, Union, Washington, Wilmington, Williamsburg, Xenia, Yellow Springs, Zanesville. - 46.
COSHOCTON ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1846.
Churches Butler, Clark (J. P.), Darling's Run, Dresden, Harmony, Jefferson, Lewisville, Mill Fork, Mohawk, Monroe, Perry, Pleasant Valley, Rock Hill, Tiverton, Tomaka, White Eyes l6.
AUGLAIZE ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1846.
Churches. -- Ada, Bethel, Chickasaw, Dixon, Harrison, Kalida, Kenton, Lima, Amanda Branch, Marion, Mt. Gilead, Mt. Zion, New Hampshire, Newburgh, Pleasant View, St. Marys, Van Wert, Wapakoneta, Waynesfield. - 18.
CLINTON ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1847.
Churches. -- Caesar's Creek, Cedarville, Centerville, Cowan's Creek, Good Hope, Greenfield, Hillsboro, Jonah's Run, Little Miami, New Vienna, Pleasant View, Port William, Roxabelle, Sugar Creek, Todd's Fork, Washington, Wilmington, Xenia. 18.
MIAMI UNION ASSOCIATION. -- Organized 1855.
Churches. -- Casstown, Covington, Dayton (First), Dayton (Wayne Street), Dayton, (German), Fletcher, King's Creek, Little Beaver, Mt. Zion, New Carlisle, Piqua, Port Jefferson, Spring Creek, Springfield, Tippecanoe, Troy, Union, Urbana, West Jefferson. 19.
ZANESVILLLE ASSOCIATION. Organized 1858.
Churches. Adams Township, Ark Spring, Blue Rock, Duncan's Falls, Oakfield, Rookville, Washington Township, Zanesville (Market Street), Zanesville (First), Zanesville (Berean). 10.
CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. Organized 1859.
Churches. -- Bloom, Center Point, Evergreen, Gallia, Huntington, Jackson, Madison, Mt. Vernon, Macedonia, Olive, Patriot, Salem, Scioto, Springfield, Spring Run, Thurman, Vernon, White Oak 18.
PORTSMOUTH ASSOCIATION. Organized 1867.
The churches composing it originally belonged to the Ohio Association.
Churches. Ironton, Portsmouth. 2.
[Taken from: History of the Miami Baptist Association, by A. H. Dunlevy, 1867, pp. 187-193. - Jim Duvall]
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