D P. Henderson



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Written To

Isaac Errett

Written by

D. P. Henderson

To Address

Not given

From Address

Louisville, Kentucky


D. P. Henderson to Isaac Errett, March 17, 1865

Henderson, for the third time, urges Errett to hold a meeting in Louisville. Henderson mentions the "Rebel debris" who belonged to his congregation but have apparently started attending another congregation.

Henderson is pleased because the war is winding down: "My heart is cheered when I think of the speedy ruin of this most foul and wicked rebellion."

Transcription by

James L. McMillan


Unpublished Letters of the Disciples of Christ


Isaac Errett, David Patterson Henderson, D. P. Henderson, Louisville Kentucky Christian Churches, John Patterson, William Terry, Walnut and Fourth Street Congregation, Louisville, Kentucky, Rebel Debris, General George Henry Thomas

D. P. Henderson to Isaac Errett, March 17, 1865



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