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 Hebron Lutheran was organized in [[1854]] by sixteen German immigrant families who were originally members of [[Hopeful Lutheran Church]] near [[Florence]] -- one of the oldest Lutheran [[churches|congregations]] west of the Alleghenies. Hebron Lutheran was organized in [[1854]] by sixteen German immigrant families who were originally members of [[Hopeful Lutheran Church]] near [[Florence]] -- one of the oldest Lutheran [[churches|congregations]] west of the Alleghenies.
  
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 Hopeful'​s founders, originally from Alsace or the Palatinate region of southwestern Germany, emigrated to Madison County, Virginia during the 1700s, where they were members of Virginia'​s Hebron Evangelical Lutheran Congregation. ​ During the 1800s they migrated west to Kentucky, traveling along the Wilderness Road. Hopeful'​s founders, originally from Alsace or the Palatinate region of southwestern Germany, emigrated to Madison County, Virginia during the 1700s, where they were members of Virginia'​s Hebron Evangelical Lutheran Congregation. ​ During the 1800s they migrated west to Kentucky, traveling along the Wilderness Road.
  
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