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History of the CHOG of Coldwater, Michigan (Corrected Copy), 1950


Scope and Contents

This letter is a 'corrected copy' of another letter also by Mary Lehman about the history of CHOG in Coldwater, Michigan. This letter begins the timeline in 1891 with Charles Eldridge conducting meetings in private homes at the invitation of Henry Keagel. It mentions tent meetings held in 1895 and 1904 as well as meetings that were hosted in the homes of Sister Olmstead and Nina Smith. The letter also mentions Edward Ellis conducting meetings at the Hatmaker School (sunday school and services). The letter informs about the static of organized effots to establish CHOG in Coldwater until 1946 when Mary Lehman (author of letter) moved to Coldwater and renewed efforts. Letter gives a brief summary of locations for CHOG, with homes as well as a store until the church purchased a house in October of 1949 to have services in until a church building could be established.


  • Creation: 1950



1 Sheets

Language of Materials

From the Series: English

Repository Details

Part of the Anderson University and Church of God Archives Repository

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Anderson IN 46012 United States