[Front]:Revolutionary Soldiers and Heroines of the Lebanon Area[Left-Hand Column]
Approximately 2 miles s.e. is the corner of the Old Indian Boundary Line. Nearby is also the original site 1785 of the following:
Lebanon Church, the Rev. Mark Moore's School, the Grove Settlement.
The church organizers 1785 were: the Rev. Mark Moore & families of Arnolds, Bowmans, Dunklins, Camps, Gores, Ragsdales, Sullivan, Ridgeways. Property donor - Mary Charlton Sullivan.
Builders of the 2nd structure 1832: Rev. Barnett Babb, Benj. Camp, Wm. Mears, Abijah Pinson. Property donor - Mrs. Hewlitt Sullivan.
Trustees of 3rd building 1859 were: Anderson, Humbert, Latimers, McCulloughs, Ragsdales, Sullivans. Property conveyors & erectors were: Dr. & Mrs. John Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. James Latimer, John Jerry, Dr. James Sullivan.
Col. Benj. Arnold, Col. Jonathan Downs, Col. Jhn. Brockman, Col. Benj. Kilgore, Col. Samuel Wharton, Col. Wm. Toney, Capt. Thos. Hamilton, Capt. George Martin, Capt. Jno. Ridgeway, Capt. Hewlet Sullivan, Lt. Jno. Camp, Lt. Wm. Choice, Lt. Jno. Calhoun, Lt. Joseph Dunklin, Lt. Oen Sullivan, Lt. James Sullivan, Sgt. Claiborn Sullivan, Sgt. Stephen Sullivan, Sgt. Peter Ragsdale, Charles Sullivan, Mary Charlton Sullivan, Pleasant Sullivan, Hendrick Arnold, Thos. Arnold, Temperance Arnold, Charity Adhold, Ann Hendrick Arnold, Elizabeth Harvey
Joel Chandler, Wm. Davenport, Mary Dunklin, Jno. Dunklin, Jeremiah Glenn, Thos. Gore, Wm. Terry, Jane Hicks, Wm. Holland, Martha Johnson, Wm. Kelly, Thos. Moore, Wm. Perritt, Thos. Lindley, James McDavid, Henry Machen, Martin Mahaffey, Edward Nash, George Mayberry, Jno. O'Dell, Wm. Powell, Wm. Shipp, Clayborn Sims, Robt. Scott, David Smith, Benj. Arnold, Sr., Samuel Bolling, Thos. Camp, Jerry Webb