Journal of the Central Texas Conference, First Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South Page: 29
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1. Who are admitted on trial? Hugh B. Landrum, H. W. Gillette, J.
Fletcher Isbell, Ruby 0. Sory, Walter B. Vaughn, Preston Broxton, J. D.
Smoot, Wm. Leslie Hightower.
2. Who remain on trial? Eugene B. Hawk, Willie C. House, Jas. R. Kid-
awell, W. T. Kinslow, Roy A. Langston, J. O. Leath, W. A. Neil, W. T. Singley,
0. B. Turner, F. P. Hunsucker, Geo. F. Kornegay, F. A. Ray, Jno. W. Haw-
kins, Geo. iSmallwood, Arthur Thomas, Marvin W. Bowden, Frank D. Cavi-
ness, Tolbert M. Dalton, N. A. Phillips, W. I. Caughran. Following remain In
the class of first year: Enoch M. Daily, Chas. H. Little.
3. Who are discontinued? H. W. Clark.
4. Who are admitted into full connection? Jno. F. Adams, Henry F.
Brooks, M. L. Latham, Alonzo Monk, Jr., Henry Stanford, Eustace P. Swin-
dall, Chas. E. Wilkins, Henry C. Bowman, Henry L Vincent, Ernest L.
5. Who are readmitted? None.
6. Who are received by transfer from other Conferences? Geo. Small-
wood, B. E. Kimbro, Chas. H. Little, R. B. Young, J. W. Childress, D. C. Stark,
C. P. Harris, J. H. Stewart, J. U. McAfee, W. H. Doss, Henry L. Munger,
E. F. Hudgins, W. J. Morphis, J. N. Tinkle, J. A. Rice, W. F. Lloyd, J. T.
Bloodworth, J. O. Gore, H. L. Gray, W. F. Campbell, A. B. C. Debnam.
7. Who are received from other churches as local preachers? W. H. Mc-
Bee and H. T. McKay, local elders from the Methodist Protestant Church;
W. H. Smith, an elder from the Baptist Church.
8. Who are received from other churches as traveling preachers? E.
M. Wisdom, a traveling deacon from the M. E. Church.
9. Who are the deacons of one year? Jesse H. Baldridge, V. Cejnar, A.
C. Chappell, W. H. Keener, W. J. Mayhew, W. W. Nobles, Jno. A. Siceloff,
E. R. Stanford, T. W. Taylor, Walter Vinsant, J. Frank Luker and J. F.
Tinkle, transfers, are put in this class. Following remain in the class of
the fourth year: Walter M. Griffith, C. C. Hightower and J. W. Childress.
10. What traveling preachers are elected deacons? Jno. F. Adams,
Henry F. Brooks, M. L. Latham, Eustace P. ,Swindall, Chas. E. Wilkins, Henry
C. Bowman, H. L. Vincent, Bertie E. Kimbro. Earnest L. Lloyd, an elder,
and Henry Francis, Henry Stanford and Alonzo Monk, Jr., deacons, were
advanced to class of the third year.
11. What traveling preachers are ordained deacons? Jno. F. Adams,
Henry F. Brooks, M. L. Latham, Eustace P. Swindall, Chas. E. Wilkins,
Henry C. Bowman, Henry L. Vincent, Bertie E. Kimbro.
12. What local preachers are elected deacons? Oscar A. Morton, J. P.
Beaty, Isaac Walker Duncan.
13. What local preachers are ordained deacons? Oscar A. Morton, Isaac
14. What traveling preachers are elected elders? F. M. Atchison, K. P.
Barton, C. A. Bickley, J. Hall Bowman, Gideon J. Bryan, Benjamin S. Crow,
Geo. W. Shearer, W. L. Brandon.
15. What traveling preachers are ordained elders? K. P. Barton, J. Hall
Bowman, Gideon J. Bryan, Benjamin S. Crow, Geo. W. Shearer, W. L. Braa-
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Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Journal of the Central Texas Conference, First Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South, periodical, November 1910; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49824/m1/29/: accessed August 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archives of the Central Texas Conference United Methodist Church.