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George L. Cole


Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

Brief History of the Stoneboro, PA CHOG

Scope and Contents

Short meeting held in 1897.

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

Brief Overview and History of the First CHOG in North Denver, CO, 1888-1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Colorado
Scope and Contents Has handwritten notes from W. D. Pollock. Also, a cover letter written by John E. Roberts Jr. History of the CHOG in North Denver, CO written by John Roberts Sr, assisted by Elsa Fischer. Contents include the influence of the Gospel Trumpet upon James Pollock, the faith of Wheeler Pollock, a 6 week revival in 1888 by D.S. Warner's evangelistc team, open door mission for men, first trustees, construction of the missionary home, and the transitioning of the church buildings. The church was...
Dates: Event: 1888-1949

Charles Samuel McAlister letters

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

Two letters describing the life and ministry work of Charles Samuel McAlister.

Dates: Event: 1949 - 1950

CHOG in Logan Co. OK, June 7, 1949

Scope and Contents

George and Mary Cole brought message of CHOG to Logan Co. OK in 1892.

Dates: June 7, 1949

CHOG in Nebraska, 1949

Scope and Contents

Letter refers to a book by John D. Green titled Pioneer Evangelists of the CHOG in the Pacific North West. The letter also mentions that A. L. Byers was the sister of John Green's mother and that Byers met D.S. Warner and accepted the Reformation truth. Continuing, J. P Haner and James Willis conducted meetings on John Green's property while revial meetings were conducted by George and Mary Cole and Lodema Kaser.

Dates: 1949

Christian Greetings in Jesus Name, Dated 4/1949

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

Lida Lunn came into contact with CHOG in 1901 in a tent meeting held in Highland Park, a suburb of Chicago, held by George and Mary Cole.

Dates: Event: Dated 4/1949

Early History of the CHOG in Racine, Wisconsin, May 17, 1949

Scope and Contents

First concact with the CHOG at Racine, Wisconsin was in November of 1897.

Dates: May 17, 1949

Excerpts from the Autobiography of Mary Heldenbrand concerning earliest preaching in Adams Co, Nebraska, 12.17.1949

Scope and Contents

Letter has a cover letter that is from Frank E. Howland, and the rest is an excerpt from Mary Hildenbrand's autobiography. Mentions the Gospel Trumpet, and the arrival of J. P. Haner and James Willis in Kenesaw, Nebraska. The letter also writes of a personal illness and the sale of a barnyard property as well as some facts about the various pastors and their ministries.

Dates: 12.17.1949