Ministers

View of a church in Marshall, Texas with historically African-American roots.

 

William Massey

Bishop M. F. Jamison

Rev. Lucian M Luke

Reuben Witt

Moore, A. M.

Rev. Mr. Joshua O. Williams

 

James Leonard Farmer Methodist Church Texas Annual Conference Journals contain the following note under Farmer's name; "served at Marshall Ebenezer, from September to Conference session 1917."

At that time The Texas Annual Conference met in December. No records at Marshall's Ebenezer United Methodist verify that Farmer was pastor then, but Ebenezer's records are sketchy. The Texas Annual Conference Journal also indicates Farmer joined the Texas Annual Conference in 1917.

Autobiography and Work of Bishop M. F. Jamison, D.D. ("Uncle Joe") Editor, Publisher, and Church Extension Secretary; a Narration of His Whole Career from the Cradle to the Bishopric of the Colored M. E. Church in America 1912.

 


 

List Of Afro-American Baptists Ordained Ministers-ca 1901
Allen, L., Waskam

Beck, S., Marshall

Capers, A. C., Jonesville.

Dailey, T. W., Marshall

Granger, R. A., Marshall

Hale, H., Woodlawn.

Harris, D. C., Hallsville

Hill, A. L., Hallsville

Hill, L., Jonesville.

Hill, P. W., Marshall

Howard, S., Marshall.

Hurd, J. H., Marshall

Jernigan, S. J., Elysian Fields.

Moore, A. M., Marshall

Miller, F. N., Scottsville.

Patterson, J. H., Marshall

Primus, S., Waskom.

Robinson, G. G., Gill.

Scott, D. A., Marshall.

Tabb, Burl, Marshall

Thompson, J. F., Jonesville.

Vincent, J. A., Marshall

Walker, W., Marshall.

Wilson, H. R., Marshall.

   

 


 

Afro-American Ministers 1880 Census

 
     
Jas. R. Price 25 years olds, born in Texas, living with wife and three children ,Preacher  Marshall
William Westly 26 years olds, born in Texas, living with wife and child, two nephew and one niece,  Minister  Marshall
M. F. Jamison 31 years olds, born in GA, living with wife and child, Minister 2nd Ward, Marshall
Reuben Witt 26 years olds, born in Texas, living with parent, younger brother and two sister, Minister  2nd Ward, Marshall
John Moore 27 years olds, born in TN, living with wife and two children, Minister Of Gospel 1st Ward, Marshall
Edward Beck  50 years olds, born in SC, living with wife Minister Marshall
Ed Womack 25 years olds, born in MS, living with wife Minister Marshall
Wm. Davis 47 years olds, born in TX, living with wife and child Preacher  Marshall
Auntry Burnes 45 years olds, born in AL, living with wife and four children Preacher  Marshall
William David 43 years olds, born in AL, living with husband Minister  4th Ward, Marshall, 
Isaiah Jones  48 years olds, born in , living with husband and seven children  Minister Of Gospel  4th Ward, Marshall, 
Burrel Tabb  33 years olds, born in MS, living with wife and four children Preacher  Precinct 3, Harrison
W. B. Patterson 21 years olds, born in VA, living with  Sam Houston and  his two brothers Minister Precinct 3, Harrison
Jim Lilly 73 years olds, born in TN, living with wife Preacher  Precinct 3, Harrison
James Patterson  30 years olds, born in NC, living with wife  Minister Precinct 2, Harrison
Alick Mcbride  35 years olds, born in AL, living with wife and  child Preacher Precinct 5, Harrison,
Pat Willis 59 years olds, born in AR, living with wife and  three children Minister Of Gospel  Precinct 4, Harrison
Daniel Mims   years olds, born in , living with wife and two children Preacher Precinct 1, Harrison
  65 years olds, born in SC , living with wife and  children Marshall

 


 

Delegates to the Centennial General Conference African Methodist Episcopal Church
Philadelphia, Pa. May 3rd to 24th, 1916

Northeast Texas Conference.

  Ministerial Delegates  
J. D. Herron   Marshall, Tex.

 

 

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