Manchester Methodist Miscellaneous Records
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Manchester Methodist Miscellaneous Records

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Manchester Methodist Miscellaneous Records

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NameDateNotes
Adkins, Charlotte 25 Aug 1866 Death reported.
Alexander, William, Rev. 17 Sep 1864 Examined and passed on at the Quarterly Conference, Manchester Circuit.
Ashby, Levi 22 Sep 1860 Notes the decease of Bro. Samuel Rudder ""who departed this life in great peace… he died in the triumph of faith, having been a member of the church upwards of 40 years."" Levi Ashby was elected to replace him. (or Levi Ashley)
Ashley, Levi 22 Sep 1860 Notes the decease of Bro. Samuel Rudder ""who departed this life in great peace… he died in the triumph of faith, having been a member of the church upwards of 40 years."" Levi Ashby was elected to replace him. (or Levi Ashley)
Ashley, Levi 6 Sep 1862 Attended quarterly conference held at Manchester.
Bacon, Langston 2 Jul 1858 Attended quarterly conference.
Bacon, W. D. 6 Sep 1862 Attended quarterly conference held at Manchester.
Bacon, W. D. 17 Sep 1864 Examined and passed on at the Quarterly Conference, Manchester Circuit.
Bacon, William 9 Sep 1854 Attended quarterly conference held at a campground near Manchester.
Bacon, William D. 2 Jul 1858 Attended quarterly conference.
Bacon, Wm. D., Bro. 24 Dec 1870 Election of Steward
Baker, L. H. 5 Aug 1865 Elected Trustee.
Ball, John 10 Sep 1859 Buried this day, ""Brother John Ball, fully ripe for the harvest, was gathered home on the last day of August last."" The town of Ballwin was named for him. He was buried in the churchyard beside his wife, Mary.
Ball, John 31 Aug 1859 Died this day, ""Brother John Ball, fully ripe for the harvest, was gathered home on the last day of August last."" The town of Ballwin was named for him. He was buried in the churchyard beside his wife, Mary.
Ball, John 31 Aug 1859 Manchester Methodist Church was originally located in an old carding-machine house formerly owned by James Neal and bought by James Ball. This church was in existence before the first Methodist church in St. Louis, established by James Walker in 1820. However there had been circuit-riding preachers, notably John Clark and Abraham Musick before that.
Ball, Mary 31 Aug 1859 Died this day, ""Brother John Ball, fully ripe for the harvest, was gathered home on the last day of August last."" The town of Ballwin was named for him. He was buried in the churchyard beside his wife, Mary.
Barbee, A. B. 6 Sep 1862 Attended quarterly conference held at Manchester.
Barbee, A. B. 17 Sep 1864 Examined and passed on at the Quarterly Conference, Manchester Circuit.
Barbee, A. B., Dr. 24 Jan 1863 Bro. Oliver Jones elected to fill the vacancy left by Dr. A. B. Barbee.
Bennett, Hannah E. 25 Aug 1866 Death reported.

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