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Florence Christian Church

Located on the corner of U.S. 25 and U.S. 42, the first Florence Christian Church building was constructed of logs 1831. The church was rebuilt in 1835 and again in 1964. John Uri Lloyd recounted a battle fought around the Florence Christian and Florence Baptist churches during the Civil War. 1)

Florence Christian Church, February 22, 1961

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Note: Descendant Bob Robb has an edit: “In the .pdf history book on page 2 there are a couple of errors. The author lists a “Wait Stephens” and a “Waite Alemeda” when actually these folks' names were Stephen Waite (Wait) and Almeda (Stephens) Waite (Wait). These are my 3rd Great Uncle and Aunt. Stephen Waite was from Penn Yan, New York who migrated to Kentucky and married into the Stephens family. Almeda Stephens Waite was the daughter of John A. and Frances Stephens the benefactors of the Florence Christian Church. John A. Stephens owned and farmed most of the land that is now Florence, KY.”

Jennifer S. Warner, From Mastodons to the Millennium, 80, 111.
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