History of the Restoration Movement

Isaac Clayton Gall


Ligon Portraiture, 1899

Born February 16, 1874. He preached in the city of Maple City, Kansas many years. He died April 20, 1965 and is buried in a family plot in Cowley County Cemetery in Maple City, Kansas. We need more information on the life of this great man of God. If the newspaper clipping below is any indicator, he must have been quite an "Amos" for the Lord!

Frankfort Review, Frankfort, Kansas
Friday, December 4, 1896, page 9

Directions To The Grave Of I.C. Gall

Isaac C. Gall is buried in the Cowley County Cemetery in Maple City, Kansas. I visited the grave of this old soldier of the cross in October, 2004 while on a trip through Kansas. South of Wichita, in the southern part of the state on I-35, take Exit 4 and travel east on Hwy. 166 (E. 160th St. E) through Arkansas City. Continue on Hwy 166 east and go to 211th Rd and turn right. God 2.5 miles and the cemetery will be on the left. Go through the gates and go fourteen rows back on the left side of the little cemetery path. The grave is near the edge of the path.

GPS Coordinates
37°04'24.0"N 96°46'06.2"W
or D.d. 37.073333, -96.768383
Grave Facing West
Accuracy to 15ft.

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