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Re: Providence Hill
Posted by: Sandra Stiles (ID *****3739) Date: November 19, 2002 at 18:09:36
In Reply to: Providence Hill by Sharon Gore Wood of 281

Hardin County History Book shows that Providence was the very first settlement in Hardin County. The site is 8 miles north of Kountze. The Holland family named it Providence because they found Village Creek a "most heavenly spot" in 1829. I don't know if there is any marker there now. Sandra Stiles, President of Hardin County Gen Society.


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