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Arthur, a village (1953 pop. 1,400; 2000 pop. 2,200) on the boundary line of Douglas and Moultrie counties in east central [[Illinois (USA)|Illinois]]. Three different branches of Mennonites are represented in the community. The [[Arthur Old Order Amish Settlement (Arthur, Illinois, USA)|Old Order Amish Mennonites]] had 800 members in nine congregations or districts in the 1950s. The [[Arthur Mennonite Church (Arthur, Illinois, USA)|Arthur Mennonite Church]] (MC) under the [[Illinois Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA) |Illinois Mennonite Conference]] has 241 members and worshiped in a building on the east side of Arthur. The [[Sunnyside Mennonite Church (Arthur, Illinois, USA)|Conservative Amish Mennonite]] congregation with 45 members met in its church building three miles south of Arthur, where it also conducted a Christian day school. A congregation of the Western District Amish Mennonite Conference met in a building one mile north of Arthur prior to 1916.
 
Arthur, a village (1953 pop. 1,400; 2000 pop. 2,200) on the boundary line of Douglas and Moultrie counties in east central [[Illinois (USA)|Illinois]]. Three different branches of Mennonites are represented in the community. The [[Arthur Old Order Amish Settlement (Arthur, Illinois, USA)|Old Order Amish Mennonites]] had 800 members in nine congregations or districts in the 1950s. The [[Arthur Mennonite Church (Arthur, Illinois, USA)|Arthur Mennonite Church]] (MC) under the [[Illinois Mennonite Conference (Mennonite Church USA) |Illinois Mennonite Conference]] has 241 members and worshiped in a building on the east side of Arthur. The [[Sunnyside Mennonite Church (Arthur, Illinois, USA)|Conservative Amish Mennonite]] congregation with 45 members met in its church building three miles south of Arthur, where it also conducted a Christian day school. A congregation of the Western District Amish Mennonite Conference met in a building one mile north of Arthur prior to 1916.
 
 
  
 
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Arthur, a village (1953 pop. 1,400; 2000 pop. 2,200) on the boundary line of Douglas and Moultrie counties in east central Illinois. Three different branches of Mennonites are represented in the community. The Old Order Amish Mennonites had 800 members in nine congregations or districts in the 1950s. The Arthur Mennonite Church (MC) under the Illinois Mennonite Conference has 241 members and worshiped in a building on the east side of Arthur. The Conservative Amish Mennonite congregation with 45 members met in its church building three miles south of Arthur, where it also conducted a Christian day school. A congregation of the Western District Amish Mennonite Conference met in a building one mile north of Arthur prior to 1916.

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Author(s) Richard J Yordy
Date Published 1955


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Yordy, Richard J. "Arthur (Illinois, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1955. Web. 20 Sep 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Arthur_(Illinois,_USA)&oldid=79270.

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Yordy, Richard J. (1955). Arthur (Illinois, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 20 September 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Arthur_(Illinois,_USA)&oldid=79270.




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