Meacham township, Marion Co., IL
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We are looking for photos of people and/or places from around Kinmundy & Alma. Can you help?
Or maybe you have stories or memories from the "Good Old Days"? What do YOU remember?
The Kinmundy Historical Society would be honored to preserve your memories and stories. We also have the
equipment to scan (or copy) your photos so that they may be enjoyed now as well as for generations yet to come!
We would love to hear from you! For more information, please contact:
Dolores (Ford) Mobley – Dolores@ford-mobley.com
208 Joan Dr.; Divernon, IL 62530; (217) 625-7527
Gladys (Corrie) See – firstname.lastname@example.org
408 S. Washington St.; Kinmundy, IL 62854; (618) 547-7731
This was a community church built by donations of many and donated labor. Any denomination could hold services here. The Christians are often called Campbellites and the Southern Methodist were the two that I [Myrtle (Smith) Vandersall] remember having church regularly. At Christmas time they usually had a tree and program. Many, many funerals were held here. It is now gone.
(The above was taken from a letter from Myrtle (Smith) Vandersall to Marjorie (Keller) Walkington on 25 July 1977)
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