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Caineville was settled in 1881 by Elijah Cutler Behunin followed by Chauncey Cook, George P. Pectol, George S. Rust, William T. Carrell and others. This log cabin was built by Mr. Behunin in the autumn of 1881, and occupied by his family of nine. Mrs. Behunin was the only white woman here the first winter. Nearby cemetery site was given by Mr. Carrell. He was the first citizen to be buried therein. Altogether there are 35. The only bishop of Caineville was Walter E. Hanks.

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