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B. F. Elliott


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Beginning of Our Spanish Work, 1949

Scope and Contents Contents of letter lists the deaths of B. F. Elliot's two children (unnamed) and the death of Sophia Hines. Letter continues and writes Elliot spent 8 years in La Paz, Mexico and was assisted by Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Patterson. The Spanish work moved to El Paso to be supervised from the U.S., where La Trompeta Evangelica, a small printing plant was established. The letter then describes the ministry of Lyell Y. Janes, beginning with Janes joining the Spanish efforts in 1909 while the Pattersons...
Dates: 1949

Copy of Letter to Harold Phillips, 12.29.1948

Scope and Contents Letter documents the history of the Spanish work of Church of God. Time frame skips the beginning of work but credits D. W. Patterson for his labor to the cause during the period when the letter was written. Mentions of missionary B. F. Elliot's work in Mexico detailing his request to the Gospel Trumpet to print Spanish literature and Elliot's wife, Georgia Cook. Creator of letter, William A. Bixler (also foreman in the composing room at The Gospel Trumpet Co.) writes his observation of...
Dates: 12.29.1948

Lyell Y. Janes Letter on Spanish Work, 6.17.1949

Scope and Contents Letter describes Lyell Janes observations of misinterpretations of Janes' Spanish ministry work by his brethren in Anderson, IN and the delight in repairing the relationship between them. Letter informs that Janes has been on the publication committee of Texas State and the editor of Texas State Bulletin for the past year. Janes writes that he believes that the Spanish ministry has been neglected and expressed thanks to C. E. Brown for the kindness and courtesies towards Janes and many...
Dates: 6.17.1949