The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 95
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Records of an Early Texas Baptist Church.
Sarah Ellen Eaton, by ex [p]erence [Adis]
Marcus P. Mead by experience [Adead]
Elizabeth Mead do. [Adead 1858]
James W. Parker by Letter [Aexcluded]
Samuel Little do. [Adead]
Sarah Little do. by letter. [Adis]
Elizabeth Little do. [Adead]
Easter A Colared Woman by Recom. [Aded.]
Charles Huffman by Letter [Aexcluded]
Marthy Huffman do [Adead]
Joseph kennedy by Recom [Adead]
Abigail Kennedy by Recom [Adead]
Samuel Stuart by letter [Adead]
Jane Stuart [Aexclud]
Jasper Starr exsperen [Aexcluded]
John L Melford do [Adis]
Joel Stow do [ADismissed]
Qually a Collored Man by Reem. [AExcluded]
Robert M Garret by letter [AExcluded]
Emely Garret do [Adead]
Thomas W Brooks by recom [AExcluded]
Charles Barrett by letter [A1Restord Dis by letter]
Eliza Brooks by exsperienc [ADismissed]
George Sherwood, by Recom, [AExcl]
Thomas Graham by Letter [Adismiss by Letter]
Jane E. Graham by Letter [Adismiss by Letter]
Edy Black. by Reco. [ADead]
Laura Bennett by Ex.
Mary Owens by Ex. [ADead]
Miles Bennett by Ex. [ADead]
Penelope Hynsley by Ex. [ADead]
Littleton Helm, by Letter [ADead]
Mary Helm by Letter [Adead]
William Lago by Exper [ADismissed]
John D. Mathews by Letter [ADis by letter Received back by
same letter Dismissed]
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Texas State Historical Association. The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908, periodical, 1908; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101045/m1/99/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.