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    Isaac Case monument in Manchester - Photo by Elise Klysa | of | Share this photo

    The children of the late Rev. Craig Lathrop, the former pastor at North Manchester Meeting House in Manchester, unveil a monument honoring the life and work of Rev. Isaac Case on Thursday. Case is credited with facilitating the establishment of many Baptist churches in Maine. Shown from left are Nicole, 14, Ben, 9, Grace, 16, and Luke, 12. The family lives in the Augusta area.

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    Violet Kenney, 2, glances out the door as she's held by her mother, Alyssa Kenney. The Kenneys, from Vassalboro, attended a service Thursday at the North Manchester Meeting House on Scribner Hill Road in Manchester before a monument honoring Rev. Isaac Case was unveiled. Case was an early resident of Readfield and a founder of many Baptist churches in Maine.

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    Nathan Pelkey, left, of Unity, admires a new monument unveiled Thursday at the North Manchester Meeting House. He is joined by the Rev. Jeff Faggart, the minister of a Baptist church in Rockwell, N.C. The monument honors the life of the Rev. Isaac Case, a Baptist preacher who lived from 1761 to 1852. The monument describes Case as an patriot, preacher and church founder.

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    From left, Carolyn Van Horn and Vicki Kozak, of Manchester, and Ray Ward of Jacksonville, Fla., sing a hymn Thursday as they attend a special service at the North Manchester Meeting House before the unveiling of a monument at the church. The monument honors the life of the Rev. Isaac Case, a pastor credited with the establishment of many Baptist churches throughout Maine.

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