Endless Life Society

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Endless Life Society
Formation c. 1833
Purpose/focus Christian community
Headquarters Columbus, Kentucky
Founder Alexander McDaniel

The Endless Life Society was a congregation of Christian believers led by the Rev. Dr. Alexander McDaniel, who taught that moral living would grant adherents endless life in this world, and toward which end sought to build a new community in Kentucky. Among the adherents was Leonard "Live-Forever" Jones, who was the most notorious member of the society, receiving subsequent publicity for his eccentricity.

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