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  1. D Clair Davis’s avatar

    Dick Gray had the largest OPC church, Calvary, Willow Grove. It became independent when he perceived the treatment of Gordon Clark was unfair and narrow. Philmont Academy was under its auspices, and many withdrew children because of that withdrawal from OPC. His magazine The Witness sought to respect and publish Clark. DCD

  2. Robert Campbell’s avatar

    I came across you blog lately and have been enjoying the content thoroughly. Given the connection with Scottish – Ulster/Scots – American Presbyterianism you may be interested in “Ulster’s Forgotten Revival – The Sixmilewater Revival” [1625], hosted over at Vimeo (#73024916)

  3. Gene DeWitt’s avatar

    Looking for information on the Grave site of Rev. William Radcliff DeWitt my Great Great Grandfather.Can someone help me !

    Thank you
    Eugene DeWitt

  4. archivist’s avatar

    That is interesting. Often it is easy to locate gravesides through locating services on the Web like Find-a-grave. But in this case, while I can locate the graves of Rev. DeWitt’s son and grandson, his own grave does not appear in a search of his name. If you have the ability to visit the grave of his son, Rev. DeWitt might be buried in the same cemetery. Otherwise, try checking with cemeteries in the Harrisburg area.

  5. Steve Dickey’s avatar

    Could you please tell me how to subscribe to PCA History?
    Thanks,
    Steve Dickey

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