Journal of the Central Texas Conference, First Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South Page: 30
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CENTRAL TEXAS CONFERENCE JOURNAL.
16. What local preachers are elected elders? J. C. Watkins, Joseph G.
Walker, Willie C. House.
17. What local preachers are ordained elders? J. C. Watkins, Joseph G.
Walker, Willie C. House.
18. Who are located this year? Fred Pilley, at his own request; A. B, C.
Debnam, by the Conference.
19. Who are supernumerary? E. J. Maxwell, %W. F. Lloyd, C. D. Spann,
A. D. Livingston, J. R. B. Hall, J. W. Dickinson, Jno. F. Neal, Geo. W. Owens,
Jno. W. Montgomery, R. J. Tooley, T. W. Ellis, A. P. Lipscomb.
20. Who are superannuated? Samuel Morris, W. F. Graves, E. M. Sweet,
A. Long, C. Rowland, W. V. Jones, I. N. Reeves, R. W. Wellborn, E. L. Arm-
strong, C. S. McCarver, W. J. Lemons, W. H. Moss, H. M. Glass, J. A. Walkup,
S. C. Littlepage, J. E. Walker, J. M. Bond, S. P. Wright, F. M. Winburne, J.
P. Mussett, E. T. Bates, J. J. Canafax, W. K. Simpson, Jerome Haralson, B.
A. Snoddy, R. V. Galloway, J. C. Carter, W. A. Gilleland, H. P. Shrader, G. W.
Harris, I. F. Harris.
21. What preachers have died during the past year? James Sanford
Tunnell, Marion Mills.
22. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and official administra-
tion? Their names were called, one by one, and their character passed.
23. What is the number of local preachers and members in the several
circuits, stations, and missions of the Conference? 76,980.
24. Hvw many infants have been baptized during the year? 1,160.
25. How many adults have been baptized during the year? 3,697.
26. What is the number cf Epworth Leagues? 241.
27. What is the number of Epworth League members? 7,379.
28. What is the number of Sunday schools? 497.
29. What is the number of Sunday-school officers, and teachers? 4,671.
30. What is the number of Sunday-school scholars enrolled during the
Conference year? 55,211.
31. WAhat was assessed by the last Conference for the superannuated
preachers, and the widows and orphans of preachers? $9,850.00.
32. What has been collected on the foregoing account, and how has it
been applied? $9,257.71.
33. What has been contributed for Missions? Foreign, $9,067.32; domes-
34. What has been contributed for Church Extension? $8,811.97.
35. What has been contributed for the American Bible Society? $1,544.45.
36. What has been contributed for the support of presiding elders and
preachers in charge? Presiding elders, $27,753.78; preachers in charge, $172,-
37. What has been contributed for the support of Bishops? $2,089.03.
38. What is the number of societies, and of houses of worship owned by
them? Number of societies, 615; number of houses of worship, 467 1-6.
39. What is the value of houses of worship, and what is the amount of
indebtedness thereon? Value, $1,383,551.00; indebtedness, $46,277.02.
40. What is the number of pastoral charges, and of parsonages owned
by them? Pastoral charges, 206; number of parsonages, 193.
41. What is the value of parsonages, and what is the amount of indebt-
ness thereon? Value, $357,153.00; indebtedness, $20,750.02.
42. What is the number of districts, and of district parsonages? Number
of districts,(1Tiumber of district parsonages, 9.
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