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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Hutchison Community Church

2013-02-18 - 3375 Pelham Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
The Hutchison Community Church
has entered the conversation on as part of the story of the lineage of C.R. Hutchison & Sons story by Prudence Hutchison-Westholm (Click Readmore) and JIM, The lineage of a grocery store (1903-1918). For some, the information may be the first tying the Hutchison Community with this particular branch of the Hutchison Family. The road on which the church is located has a more infamous heritage, it's named for the Pelham Brothers, who met frontier justice, as described in Mike Watson's account, History: Frontier Justice - How Pelham received its name. The church continues to thrive. Details of its current services are in CM Directory of Churches

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