The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 12, July 1908 - April, 1909 Page: 52
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Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
day following the Church opened the Door and Recieved Sister
Nancy Parker by letter
Ben Parker Moderator Miles Bennett Clerk Protem
Saturday before the 3rd Lords day in May 1866 the Church Met
and proceeded to Buisness
1st appointed M Bennett Church Clerk
2nd Receeved Martin and Mary Burns By experience
3rd the Church Grants sister Eliza Brooks a letter of dismis-
sion there being no other 'Business the Church adjourned in
Ben Parker Modera Miles Bennett Church Clerk
Saturday before the 3rd Lords day in June 1866 the Church
met and Proceeds to bu [siness]
1st the Church Grant John M Mathes and Sarah Mathes his
wife and also sister Hannah Stow letters of Dismission there
being no other business adjourned in Peace
Ben Parker Modera M Bennett Church Clerk
the Church Met Saturday before the 3rd Lords day in August
1st Called for Reference none
2nd the Church appointed the Clerk to prepare a letter to the
association by the next Meeting Done in Conference and signed
Miles Bennett Church Clerk Ben Parker Moderator
Saturday before the 3rd Lords day in September 1866 the Church
Met and in order Proceeded to Business
1st Called for Reference letter to the Association
2nd Letter Called for Read and Receeved
3 Appointed Brethren Delegates B Parker John Parker B1
Aspley in Case of failure M Bennett as Delegates to the associa-
there being no other business the Church adjourned in Peace
B Parker Moderator Miles Bennett C Clerk
1Aspley's initials were L. G. They are given as L. B. where his name is
signed to the minutes for the October meeting in 1867 and those held subse-
quently, but the signature in these cases is not an autograph.
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