History of the CHOG in Cedar Bluff, VA, March 3, 1949
Scope and Contents
Cover letter - enclosing events that happened in the last 50 years, according to the letter.
First section of the letter (6 pages) entitled: History and Experience.
The writer lived in Norton, VA when she first saw the Gospel Trumpet paper. It was given to her by a lady who had visited the Moundsville Camp Meeting in 1897. She had been an avid reader of th Gospel Trumpet for 51 years.
She accepted the teachings of the CHOG in 1901. Pastored for four or five churches at one time.
Opened Sunday school in her dining room after she moved in 1943.
Story on how the church at Cedar Bluff was built. Dedicated on Dec. 5th, 1948 (?).
The next section of the letter was the History 1901 - 1949.
The first preacher to deliver message of the CHOG was Rev. G. W. Doyle. Rev. Doyle came to Cedar Bluff in December of 1901. Doyle traveled throughout the state of VA.
History of the CHOG in Cedar Bluff, VA is the next section.
Doyle's contact and conversation with a Sister Nora Hankins is mentioned.
A story relating to Doyle's reaction to the preaching of M. P. Rimmer.
- Creation: March 3, 1949
- Kate McDilda (Person)
Language of Materials
From the Series: English
- G. W. Doyle (Person)
- R. E. Rainis Lowe, Mrs. (Person)
- W. A. Sutherland (Person)
- Walker Dancy McCraw (Person)
- H. French Wilson (Person)
- W. P. Long (Person)
- E. N. Reedley (Person)
- Stella U. Wilson (Person)
- Anderson Brown (Person)
- C. E. Orr, Rev. (Person)
- H. I. Rowlinson (Person)
- Willis M. Brown (Person)
- W. H. McClure (Person)
- A. G. Riddle (Person)
- R. T. Vest (Person)
- Grant Demire (Person)