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Flat Rock / Bishop Seybert Cemetery

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Located: in Thompson twp. at TR 178; in the NW1/4 of section 14, T3N, R17E, about 3/4 of a mile South and 1 mile East of the town of Flat Rock
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Listing completed by Alice Halderman

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Inscription reads:
Bishop John Seybert/Flat Rock Historic Cluster Shrine
The United Methodist Church
Bishop Seybert was the first bishop of the Evangelical Association. He traveled over 175,000 miles in the midwest including Flat Rock, preaching the word of God. He died in 1860 in the Parker home near Bellevue and is buried at Flat Rock.
Flat Rock was established in 1841 as a colony of Evangelicals from the Thomas class in McClure, PA.
The shrine is made up of Flat Rock, the Wonder home, the Parker home, the Old Stone church, Ebenezer church, Seybert church & museum, the Detterman Log church, the Bishop Seybert cemetery, and the Flat Rock Children's Home

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