Charles Henry Eldridge
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Box CHOG 178, Folder: E
Scope and Contents Letter states that this is part one of the history, a corrected copy will be sent later. Letter continues and states that Mr. Evens (no first name provided) preached at Burlington University. Mr Eldred (no first name provided), along with Brother Smith and Shelly (no first names provided) from Burlington attended a meeting in Bangor, Michigan. The letter shifts to Henry Keagel from Coldwater that invited Charles Eldridge to preach. The letter concludes with a few facts about meetings in...
Scope and Contents This letter is a 'corrected copy' of another letter also by Mary Lehman about the history of CHOG in Coldwater, Michigan. This letter begins the timeline in 1891 with Charles Eldridge conducting meetings in private homes at the invitation of Henry Keagel. It mentions tent meetings held in 1895 and 1904 as well as meetings that were hosted in the homes of Sister Olmstead and Nina Smith. The letter also mentions Edward Ellis conducting meetings at the Hatmaker School (sunday school and...
Scope and Contents Letter contains information on Charles Eldrige (pastor in Borlington) conducting meetings in private homes in Coldwater. Letter than describes tent meetings held in 1895 with J. L. Pike and a person of color pastor only identified with the last name 'Smith.' During this meeting, Nina Smith (no connection to previous Smith) was converted to Christianity and began ministry in her home as well as Sister Olmstead. Letter continues stating various ministers went to Coldwater to conduct meetings,...