Church of God (New Dunkers)
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- The Church of God (New Dunkers) is a now extinct body that divided from the Schwarzenau Brethren (also called German Baptist Brethren) in 1848. The New Dunkers appear indebted to Peter Eyman for their origin. In the Fall of 1827, the "Dunker" Church in Montgomery County, Ohio, was organized by Peter Eyman, who was the church's first preacher. Then Eyman moved from Ohio in 1828 to Carroll County, Indiana, serving in what became the Bachelor's Run and Lower Deer Creek churches.
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