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Walker asks Finley to call and pay the tax on Walker's land in Hancock County for him. He is suffering from influenza. Walker tells of the result of the arbitration in Germantown. Trustees have paid up the note to the Preacher's Relief Society. He says they have a new seating arrangement in their new Meeting House in Dayton. (ed. note: Joseph Trimble in a letter of April 6, 1849 to Finley decries the innovation in Dayton of allowing men and women to sit together in church) Abstract Number - 429
General Ministry; Finley Financial Affairs; Ohio Conference
Walker, George W., "Letter from George W. Walker to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 627.