There isn't even a trace of the church by the old cemetery there. The stones there have been copied a couple of times and are available at the Carnegie Library in Washington C.H.
According to Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 5, the Hopewell Monthly Meeting was comprised of Centerfield, Hardin's Creek and Walnut Creek Meetings. The first 2 are in Highland County and are still open. By 1943, Walnut Creek was no longer part of it. In this volume you will find at least some of the old records. Check your local library to see if they have the Hinshaw books.
The original records are kept at nearby Wilmington College Library. They also have them on microfilm, but don't know if they lend them out. Do a web search for the college and you can find a link for the library at their site.
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