Lamar County, Mississippi Genealogy and History
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Conference Record Book of the Purvis Charge
Quarterly Conference Roll of
Members for the year 1894
|H. E. Partridge||Presiding Elder|
|C. F. Emery||P. C. Assistant|
|C. Evers||L. E.|
|J. A. McLeod||S. & T.|
|J. T. Carley||S. & T. & Supt.|
|W. J. Evans||S.|
|A. L. Summer S.|
|A. J. Clark||S.|
|R. W. Hinton||S. & T.|
|G. W. Ellis||S.|
|R. L. Ratliff||S. & T.|
|J. H. Reed||S.|
|H. A. Camp||T.|
|O. C. Donovan||T.|
|John Moore||Supt. & T.|
|H. C. Yawn||Supt.|
March 30 (1894):
Protracted meeting at Poplarville closing the same April 10. Rev. C. H. Ellis of New Iberia, La. did the preaching. The following persons united with the church on profession of faith:
|Belle Easterly (on probation)|
(blank space) Batson the infant
daughter of Nathaniel and Lucille
Batson was baptized. This child has since died.
Mrs. Lucy E. Ratcliff, wife of Bro. R. L.
Ratcliff died May 14.
Protracted meeting at Purvis. Rev. G. D. Anders did the preaching. Bro. C. H. Ellis came up and preached until the close the 22nd. The following were received into the church on profession:
|Mrs. Emily Parker|
|Mr. Q. McLellan|
The following children were baptized:
Manar, parents Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Manar
Demarius Albertus Bright and Thomas Schyler Bright, parents John and Sarah Bright.
The following members were dismissed by certificate at their request:
Thomas, Martha, Ophelia, Bernelia, and Marvin Dearman from Lumberton to Hattiesburg.
Mrs. E. Love Whyte from Purvis to Saltillo, Mexico
Daniel Scarbrough from Lumberton to Franklinton La.
Protracted meeting at Lumberton assisted by
Rev C. H. Ellis which closed on the 6th of May.
Lois and George Welch were received on profession and Alphus Batson by letter.
The third Quarterly Conference for the current year, 1894, Purvis Charge, Sea Shore District, Mississippi Conference was held at Poplarville August 27, 1894. H. E. Partridge, P. E. , in the chair.
After religious services conducted by the P. E. the roll was called and the following members were present:
C. F. Emiry, P. C. Ratcliff Clark, J. A. McLeod, R. L. Ratliff. R. L. Ratliff was elected secretary Received into the church on profession of faith Mrs. Mary Ella Waycott and baptized John Henry Waycott aged 5 years. C. F. Emory, P. E. (signature)
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