I found the following history from a book by Rev. F. C. Holliday. entitled "Indiana Methodism..." The book is available in full, on-line from the Making of America project (http://www.hti.umich.edu) It includes the following information that apparently refers to the Ewbank chapel in Guilford Indiana:
"Lawrenceburg Circuit was organized as early as 1813. It included the present territory of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, and portions of Ripley and Franklin Counties, and several appointments in the state of Ohio. Lawrenceburg, Aurora, Elizabethtown, Hardentown, Manchester, the Smith Settlement, where Mount Tabor Church now stands, Moore's Hill, Eubank's, and Judge Louden's, were prominent appointments on the circuit." (Holliday, pp 82-83)
"George Randle located in 1831. He was an Englishman by birth. Came to this country as a preacher. In 1829, he had traveled Madison Circuit,, and, in 1830, Vevay Circuit. Having married a Miss [Rhoda] Eubank, contrary to the wishes of her friends, and the alienation increasing, rather,than being cured, after the marriage, her father's friends, thinking that the conference dealt too leniently with Mr. Randle, withdrew from the Church with the "Radical Secession," as it was called, and took two societies in the north part of Dearborn County, including two stone churches, the titles to which had not been properly vested in the Church."