: A Reformed congregation worships in the Bald Hill union church on the turnpike (1884). It was organized in the summer of 1853, by Rev. Henry Heckerman. Daniel Defibaugh was the first elder, and Joseph Mortimore the first deacon. The pastors of this congregation have been Revs. H. Heckerman, M. H. Saugree, D. H. Leader and W. I. Stewart. The church edifice was erected by the Presbyterians, Reformed and Lutherans in 1853, at a cost of nine hundred and ninety-eight dollars. In 1883 it was repaired at a cost of three hundred and fifty dollars. The present membership of the church is thirty.
(Source: The History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pa., Waterman, Watkins & Co., 1884, p. 269.)
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