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George W. Doyle


Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Early History of CHOG at Norton, VA, May 20, 1949

Scope and Contents

Revival was held in the West Norton School house in 1900.

Dates: May 20, 1949

Edward Napoleon Reedy autobiography and biographical sketches

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

An eight page autobiography and two biographical sketches on the life and ministry work of Edward N. Reedy.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950

Life Sketch of M. P. Rimmer's Life, 1873 - 1898

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

This letter was written before W. P. Rimmer recieved C. E. Brown's letter requesting information. This is an indepth look at Rimmer's childhood, life, and work with CHOG.

Dates: Event: 1873 - 1898

M. P. Rimmer letter

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

A one page letter detailing the life and ministry work of M. P. Rimmer.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950

M.P. Rimmer Articles, 1903 - 1905

 File — Box CHOG 617
Scope and Contents

This folder contains 4 articles written by M.P. Rimmer titled 'More Testimonie for God", 'Bigstone Gap, Va', 'General Notes and News', and one with an unknown title. Also included is one untitled article written by G.W. Doyle regarding his travels and ministry with M.P. Rimmer.

Dates: 1903 - 1905

Short History of the Beginnings of the CHOG in Norfolk, VA, January 11, 1950

Scope and Contents

Church was started by several men reading the Gospel Trumpet. These men invited a Christian church pastor to meet with them. Through their efforts, a hall was rented where services were begun in September of 1911. The first pastor was J. W Barrett who had been a pastor with the Christian church.

Dates: January 11, 1950

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