The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 12, July 1908 - April, 1909 Page: 41
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Records of an Early Texas Baptist Church.
2d, the Church appoint the Cleark to write a Letter to the next
association to be Red at the next meeting there adJourned in peace
Thos W. Brooks Ch. clk. John Mathews Mod.
The church met in conferance on Saturday before the third Sun-
day in Sept. 1860, and in order preceded to buisness.
1st, opend the Door for the Reception of members and Received'
2d, caled for Refrence. Refrence taken up Red and Received
when the Blanks [were] fild out. the church agree to send up two
dollars and fifty cents for the printing of minuts
the church Elected Brethren T. W. Brooks Miles Bennett Wil-
liam Heaton and Brother William Lago and Brother Littleton
Helm in case of failure as delogats to the next Asociation ad-
Journd in peace
T. W. Brooks, Clk L. G. Aspley, Mod.
The Church met in conference on Saturday before the third
Sunday in May 1861 and in order proceeded to buisness
1st opened the Door for the reception of members and Recd
2st call for Referance none
3rd bro Richard Moore and wife call for a letter which was
granted by a unanimous voice of the church
T. W. Brooks, M. D.2 prot. and R. M. Garrett Clk prt.
The church met in conference on Saturday before the third Sun-
day in September 1861 and in order proceeded to business and the
clerk presented a letter to the church for the Association which
was read and received with the blanks being filled
2st appointed Delagates to the Association
3rd the church contribute two Dollars for associational per-
poses and appointed bretheren Stephen Bennett John Matthews
R. M. Garrett Delligates to the association and brothers Miles Ben-
nett and William Lago in case of failure
T. W. Brooks M. D. prot and R. M. Garrett Clk protm
Pilgrim Church met in Conferance on the first Sunday in April
A D 1863. Apointed Brother Aspley Modorator.
1No name given.
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