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Hemphill Regular Baptist Church, Jackhorn, Kentucky

Hemphill Regular Baptist Church, Jackhorn, Kentucky : W.S. Tolliver, moderator; A.V. Adams, clerk
by W. S. Tolliver
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
1955
24 p. : ports.

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Pamphlet containing three biographical sketches of ministers of this church (which was organized into the Union Association), as follows: (1) W.S. Tolliver (b.1893) was a son of Melvin B. Tolliver and Arminda Baker, and married Lucinda Smith in 1913; (2) Clabe Mosley (b.1857); (3) Scott Burke (b.1858), who married Rhoda Johnson in 1878, and who now lives on Jack's Creek near Halo, Kentucky.

In addition, this pamphlet contains two circular letters (1950 and 1954) from W.S. Tolliver and addressed to the Union Association of Old Regular Baptists, letters to be read at their 91st and 95th annual sessions.

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