Growth in the quarter continued: In an earlier draft, I listed Spring Creek Meeting as "location unknown, but perhaps in what is now Iroquois County, Illinois," based on Clarkson Butterworth's statement that it was "probably in Vermilion County, Illinois," combined with the fact that what is now Iroquois County was part of Vermilion County until though neither county had yet been established in , and the fact that a large stream by the name of Spring Creek flows through Iroquois County into the Iroquois River. Regular oversight by Clear Creek became impractical under these conditions and was discontinued. There is a persistent misconception that Prairie Grove Quarterly was in Nebraska, and statements to this effect have made their way repeatedly into print. Despite these problems, Bellangee writes, "the spirit of coming more under the discipline seemed uppermost, and we united with Clear Creek Monthly Meeting in a request for a Quarterly Meeting to be held alternately at Clear Creek and Plainfield. The quarterly meeting appears originally to have alternated its sessions between the Blue River and Lick Creek Meetinghouses.
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Later renamed Chicago Monthly Meeting, it met at various locations over the years: John at which place it has been held for several years, being originally held there on account of the feeble health of her aged mother Sarah John, who not being able to get out to Meeting desired it at her house, but it seems to us that since her death it is a mistake not to return to the meeting house, which is now used by another religious society for Meeting and Sabbath School purposes, though still in possession of Friends. Central Meeting, in Chicago, began holding meetings for worship in late or early Address North White Lick Road. However, Mount Pleasant Meeting lasted only until - just two years after the schism - and Fairland only until Richland Meeting, at Hoopeston, Illinois, began meeting informally in homes about Footer 4 Widget This is an example of a widget area that you can place text to describe a product or service.