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Sarah Massey


Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

A Historical Record of the CHOG in Equality, IL, Sent 5/24/1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Illinois
Scope and Contents

E. L. Voight and H. R. Avery brought the message of the CHOG to Equality, resulting in a few people accepting the message. Includes how property purchased and building the church. The first Sunday school organized on 4/21/1928. The first revival was held May 1929.

Dates: Event: Sent 5/24/1949

CHOG - Princeton, IN, 1908 - 1937

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Indiana
Scope and Contents

No writer given. Details the beginning meetings, buildings used, and influential persons.

Dates: Event: 1908 - 1937

History of the CHOG in Alton, IL, Dated 6/23/1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Illinois
Scope and Contents

There is a cover letter included. The church was started in homes with prayer meetings. It details the visiting ministers and the history of the buildings. In 1945, the building was damaged by a fire pretty badly and a new building was soon erected.

Dates: Event: Dated 6/23/1949

History of the CHOG in Cairo, IL, 1911 - 1946

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Illinois
Scope and Contents

No writer was given. A revival was held in 1911 and 3 years later, a congregation was started.

Dates: Event: 1911 - 1946

History of the CHOG in Poplar Bluff, MO, 5.4.1949

Scope and Contents The letter contains information on CHOG in Poplar Bluff. It states that the original congregation met for Sunday schoolbut did not have an established place. The congregation became more established with a tent meeting on June 30th, 1914. After the meeting, services begame more regular in homes until the congregation moved into a store building. The letter states the East Side School House was purchased in Spring of 1917 and then construction of a new church building began in the Fall of...
Dates: 5.4.1949

In Regards to the CHOG in Cape Girardeau, MO, 04.19.1949

Scope and Contents

The letter contains a cover letter about a brief encounter that the writer, Pastor J. H. Shirrell had with a revival speaker. The contents of the letter states facts about the church such as a revival service held in July 1922, the location of where the services were held and that a new church was constructed in 1941.

Dates: 04.19.1949

Joseph H. Ball letter and autobiography

 Item — Box CHOG 178, Folder: B
Scope and Contents

A letter and a eight page autobiography about Joseph H. Ball and a specific account of his work in the ministry field.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950