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Pioneer Friends preachers : the story of Nathan and Mary Perry, Friends ministers, who preached the gospel of Christ to frontier people in North Carolina, Kansas and Texas ...

by Wayne C. Allman
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Columbus, Georgia : Bretwood Chritian Press, c1996
222 p. : ill., ports.

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"Quotation and reference sources": p. 213-222.

Nathan Dail Perry (1854-1924) was born in Perquimans County, North Carolina, the son of Restore and Nancy Ann Dial Perry. His family migrated to Chase County, Kansas, in 1869. Nathan was recorded as a Friends minister in 1880 by the Toledo Monthly Meeting. He went on four evangelistic journeys to North Carolina, 1881 to 1889. Mary Christina Bales (1867-1956) was born near Salem, Iowa, the daughter of Jonathan and Rachel Beals/Bales. Her family migrated to Kansas in 1873. Mary met Nathan Perry between his third and fourth journeys to North Carolina at a meeting he held at Mt. Ayr. They corresponded for three years. Mary traveled to North Carolina by train in 1888, to marry him while he was there on his fourth journey. They returned to Kansas in 1889. They had five children, 1890-1905. The family moved to Friendswood, Texas, in 1900. Descendants lived in Texas, Colorado and elsewhere.

Includes the Brown, Allman, Glines and other related families.

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