L. L. Porter
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Letters discussing the events that led to the building of the Church of God in Bessemer, Alabama.
A bundle of biographical clippings about a few of the reverends in the Arkansas congregations. Each clipping gives a brief description and history of the reverend.
Sister C. A. Sunderland was baptized by the father of the writer. She was responsible for congregations at Granby, Webb City, and Carthage. She was "set aside" by R. L. Berry becuase he considered her fanatical. Writer considers her a godly women. She ministered in OK. She also ministered alongside of Lena Schoffner Matthesen and E. H. Shipman.
Elmer Hurst letter about general state and congregations history, Letter describes events from many congregations from 1895 through 1948.
Elmer Hurst letter about the general state and congregation history in Arkansas.The letter gives brief sketches of the Holy Ridge, Hot Springs, Paragould, Harrison, and Benton congregations. The letter also gives brief personal histories about Floyd L. Hurst, L. C. Cash, and Elmer O. Hurst.