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Historic United Methodist Churches And Places In South Carolina, James A. Neal Oct 2014

Historic United Methodist Churches And Places In South Carolina, James A. Neal

Methodist Books

This is the second printing of this book. The first was by Eastside Printing, Columbia, SC in 2010. The author plans on a second edition sometime in the future that would include a section on churches of historical significance not in this edition. This reprint is the same as the original except for correcting an address, removing two pictures that lacked clarity and changing the cover page. The author is a native of Lancaster, S.C. He received his undergraduate degree from Wofford College, a Master of Criminal Justice degree from the University of South Carolina, and is only a ...


Old Cokesbury In Greenwood County, South Carolina: Religious And Educational Center In Nineteenth Century, John W. Moore Aug 1954

Old Cokesbury In Greenwood County, South Carolina: Religious And Educational Center In Nineteenth Century, John W. Moore

Methodist Books

The sketch in this booklet was wrltten at the request oft The Index-Journal of Greenwood by John W. Moore and was published in The Index-Joumal in three installments, appearing on Aug. 12, Aug. 26 and Aug. 27, 1954. Th author, who now makes his home at Mount Pleasant. S. C., first wrote a shorter sketch about Cokesbury which was published in two installments in the Charleston (SC) News and Courier in February 1954.


William Wallace Duncan, An Appreciation, John C. Kilgo Jan 1908

William Wallace Duncan, An Appreciation, John C. Kilgo

College Books

FOREWORD President John C. Kilgo, of Trinity College, prepared the contents of this volume to be presented in manuscript form to the members of Bishop Duncan's family. He was for many years closely associated with Bishop Duncan and between them there existed the warmest and most intimate friendship. A number of Bishop Duncan's friends and admirers expressed a desire to have a copy of this appreciation in permanent form, and Dr. Kilgo has kindly given us permission to have the manuscript printed. We are issuing this volume as a tribute of respect to one whose life and labors ...


Work Of South Carolina Methodism Among The Slaves, Leroy F. Beaty Nov 1901

Work Of South Carolina Methodism Among The Slaves, Leroy F. Beaty

Methodist Historical Society Addresses

Summarizes the work of Methodist missionaries and clergy among slaves in the South Carolina Lowcountry during the early 19th century.


Sketch Of The Methodist Church In Charleston, S. C., 1785-1887, John O. Willson Jan 1888

Sketch Of The Methodist Church In Charleston, S. C., 1785-1887, John O. Willson

Methodist Books

A history of Methodism in Charleston, from the time of the denomination's founding, including histories of several congregations, of the Hammett Schism, and of the various influential people in the growth of Methodism in South Carolina.


Marriage License For Mathew Morehead And Elizabeth Snodgrass, Signed By A Clerk Of Court, Sangamon County, Illinois, January 24, 1834., Peter Cartwright Jan 1834

Marriage License For Mathew Morehead And Elizabeth Snodgrass, Signed By A Clerk Of Court, Sangamon County, Illinois, January 24, 1834., Peter Cartwright

Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection

Handwritten note on rites of matrimony performed by Peter Cartwright, a Methodist clergyman, dated February 6, 1834.