Talk:Clipping the church
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This appears to be mainly personal knowledge, which is not appropriate for Wikipedia, or possibly copied from some church document, which would be plagiarism. It is not properly referenced and repeats information given elsewhere. It is also not limited to Tankersley. If the various statements can be specifically verified, some may have a place in the main article. Chemical Engineer (talk)
- Small mention here. Surprised there is not more on the web. There may be perfectly good printed sources if someone were to look hard enough. Martinevans123 (talk) 22:13, 20 June 2016 (UTC)
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