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Francis (Frankie) Warner


Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Third Wife Frankie, 1893

 File — CHOG 166
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection is primarily comprised of correspondence, journals, legal documents and photographs created by or for Warner during the active decades of his ministry. His personal library was maintained mostly intact by his son Sidney Warner, before being donated and maintained first by the Gospel Trumpet Company and then the Anderson University seminary before being transferred intact to the archives. The library may viewed with the accompaniment of archives staff only, while archival...
Dates: 1893

W. A. McDonald Letter - CHOG in Mississippi, 1950

Scope and Contents Letter provides background information about CHOG in Mississippi. W. W. Bradley and Sammy Bozeman preach to the Spring Hill Community near Meridian. Members of a Protestant church were "ordered out" if they believed in holiness. These members built a building on borrowed land to worship there instead. Eventually, the letter mentions that the land owner took back the land (and with it the building), so the congregation moved to Pine Grove, remaining there for seveal years until a more...
Dates: 1950

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