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A. B. Stansberry


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

CHOG - Howell Co. Missouri, 11.08.1949

Scope and Contents Letter lists facts about CHOG in Howell County. It mentions the first meeting was in a school house in a private home in 1894. This meeting was led by Nannie Coursey who died in 1929. The custodian (no mentioned name) of Congregational methodist Church opened church for two young preachers to preach for one week. The cusodian, wife and daughter recieved santification and renounced "sectism" causing the congregational methodist church to remove their membership from the church. Letter states...
Dates: 11.08.1949

History of CHOG , 03.01.1949

Scope and Contents

The letter contains information on the writer, Oscar Lee Mix, such as his birth date, his attendance at a revival near Doniphan, MO in 1886 with his grandparents, and his conversion under the preaching of Albert Birdwell.

Dates: 03.01.1949

The CHOG in Waynoka, OK

Scope and Contents

Sister S. A. Furrow converted through reading the Gospel Trumpet in 1910.

Dates: 1949 - 1950; Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948