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I. M. Hedding


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  • I. M. Heddin (Spelled this way in one source)

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Beginnings of CHOG in Oak Ridge and Whittenberg, MO, 05.13.1949

Scope and Contents Letter is separated into a few parts that were sent together. There is a cover letter, and individual letters for Oak Ridge and Whittenberg. For the cover letter, there is an article on Oak Ridge CHOG along with some background information. The description of contents for the letter on Whittenberg has a collection of dates and facts beginning with a group of people starting Sunday school in a school house. Literature was sent up to MO by Estella Stedman of Beaver, OH. There was a revival...
Dates: 05.13.1949

History of the CHOG in Poplar Bluff, MO, 5.4.1949

Scope and Contents The letter contains information on CHOG in Poplar Bluff. It states that the original congregation met for Sunday schoolbut did not have an established place. The congregation became more established with a tent meeting on June 30th, 1914. After the meeting, services begame more regular in homes until the congregation moved into a store building. The letter states the East Side School House was purchased in Spring of 1917 and then construction of a new church building began in the Fall of...
Dates: 5.4.1949

How the CHOG came into Bollings, Wayne, and Howell, MO, 1949

Scope and Contents

Letter contains conversations between the writer, L. Roy Lee, and his mother and father. Letter also contains information on his first sermon delivered on September 10th, 1905. Continuing on, there is facts on when the CHOG message was introducd to the area in 1891 by Robert L. Farquar. Also mentioned in the letter is the revival southeast of Ziama in 1906 and a revival meeting conducted by D. O. Teasley and Henry Fowler.

Dates: 1949