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Samuel Joseph Lane


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Brief History of the Church in Hoopeston, IL, 1913 - 1924

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

No writer was given. C. M. Beavers invited M. S. Duncan to conduct a revival in July 1913. The church was regarded as a holiness church. It includes the history of locations and mentions some of the pastors.

Dates: Event: 1913 - 1924

CHOG in McLean, IL, 1917 - 1942

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

The church was organized in 1917 in the homes of members. The present church building was purchased from the congregational church. Illinois state camp meeting held in McLean several times, the last being 1942. The church had been through some dark days.

Dates: Event: 1917 - 1942

Historical Development of CHOG in Jacksonville, IL, Dated 1/16/1950

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

Information given by Mrs. Hester K. Gaither. Mrs. Laura Roach and Sister Rapsilver were instrumental in beginning the church. It includes the location of the buildings and the early pastors.

Dates: Event: Dated 1/16/1950

History of the Helm St CHOG in Logansport, IN, 1883 - 1944

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

Includes the beginning of the church, influential members, and the buildings used.

Dates: Event: 1883 - 1944

Personal Letter Trying to Secure the History of the CHOG in Hoopeston, IL, Dated 5/10/1949

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

S. J. Lane found that getting information about the Hoopeston CHOG was difficult and was late in replying due to relatives' deaths. The first pastor was Sister Pheobe Redigar, aka Mrs. Wesley Harrington.

Dates: Event: Dated 5/10/1949

Samuel Joseph Lane letter

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

A one page autobiographical letter giving a brief sketch of the ministry work of Samuel Joseph Lane.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950