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 Mr. Robert Lett, a descendant of the [[sleet_aa|Sleet Family]], has provided the following information regarding the Hopewell Baptist Church located just south of [[beaverlick|Beaver Lick]] near US Highway 42. Mr. Robert Lett, a descendant of the [[sleet_aa|Sleet Family]], has provided the following information regarding the Hopewell Baptist Church located just south of [[beaverlick|Beaver Lick]] near US Highway 42.
  
-I have learned that the "​colored"​ church & school began organizing in early [[1894]]. The church which was constructed ​with two rooms was constructed for the purpose of being used additionally as a school. The primary participants in the organization of the church & school were; Dick [[baker_aa|Baker]],​ George Clark (descendants migrated to Connersville),​ Robert L. [[sleet_aa|Sleet]].+I have learned that the "​colored"​ church & school began organizing in early [[1894]]. The church which was built with two rooms was constructed for the purpose of being used additionally as a [[schools|school]]. The primary participants in the organization of the church & school were; Dick [[baker_aa|Baker]],​ George Clark (descendants migrated to Connersville),​ Robert L. [[sleet_aa|Sleet]].
    
 The timeline for the planning of the school was as follows; ​ The timeline for the planning of the school was as follows; ​
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