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F. M. Williamson


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

CHOG Doctrine being Introduced to Mississippi 1888, 1950

Scope and Contents

Letter describes the history of CHOG doctrine was introduced to Mississippi in 1888 with the first meeting of the D. S. Warner group taking place near Dixon, MS. The group faced mass persecution with D. S. Warner responding with a hymn he wrote titled "Who will Suffer with the Savior." Despite persecution, D. S. Warner was able to establish a church in every community he conducted a gospel meeting with the State Camp location at Dixon, MS.

Dates: 1950

CHOG in Leesville, LA, Dated 4/26/1949

 Item — Box CHOG 177, Folder: Louisiana
Scope and Contents

Details a brief biography of Lillie McGee and the Carver family. Details the start of CHOG in several areas of LA and the influential members.

Dates: Event: Dated 4/26/1949

History of Church at Hammond, LA, 1893 - 1946

 Item — Box CHOG 177, Folder: Louisiana
Scope and Contents

Includes the beginnings of the church and the lives of the influential persons as well as the buildings used and a list of pastors served. References the neck tie controversy and the black congregation.

Dates: Event: 1893 - 1946

James E. Forrest letter

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

An eleven page letter about the life and ministry work of J. E. Forrest.

Dates: 1949 - 1950; Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948

William Oliver Williams letter

 Item — Box CHOG 179, Folder: W
Scope and Contents

A fourteen page letter describing the life and ministry work of William O. Williams.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950

Willie H. Jackson biographical sketch

 Item — Box CHOG 179, Folder: J
Scope and Contents

A two page autobiography describing the ministry work of Willie H. Jackson.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950