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W. A. Davison

 Person

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Historical Sketch of the CHOG in the North Central Part of Missouri, 1949

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Scope and Contents

Letter contains a brief history of North Central Missouri beginning in 1898 with Simon Bertschman inviting John Neff and D. O. Teasley to come to Milan. Letter mentions the Gospel Trumpetand a revival meeting held in 1899. Sunday school was organized in the home of S. N. Still in Decemeber of 1917. The church building was constructed in 1918. Then, in 1910, a tent meeting was held and another meeting in Kiksville in 1913. The pastor was listed as J. A. Hauck.

Dates: 1949

History - Montana, 1949

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Scope and Contents

Letter contains a brief overview of CHOG in Montana, starting with stating that CHOG pioneers settled on homestead lands. Early pioneers were requesting ministers to conduct a revival meeting. The first congregation established at Billings, Montana and the second congregation was established at Big Sany, MO and another in Libby, MO. The letter contributes the specific locations with the main pastor, and ends with the CHOG established in Wyoming in New Castle, Cody, and Sheridan.

Dates: 1949

W. A. Davison letter

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

A four page letter about W.A. Davison's life, his travels, and his ministry work.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950