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ANNUAL 



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Baptist State Convention 



1905 




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PKBSSES OF KI.WAKDS A- BKOUGHTOS 

1905 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS. 



Officers 4 

Boards of the Convention 5 

Trustees Wake Forest, Baptist University, Orphanage 6 

Constitution 7 

Proceedings 9-71 

Order of Business 10 

Committees for this Session 9, 10, 35, 36 

Committees for next Session 46, 49, 57, 70 

Resolutions: Sympathy, 28— Appreciation, 38 — Recognition, 40 — 
Shaw University, 55 — Program next year, 43 — Wake Forest En- 
dowment, 46 — Free Will Baptists, 46 — Assembly Grounds, 46 — 
Hour of meeting next session, 52 — Baptist Book Store, 70 — 
Thanks, 71. 
Reports of Boards: Missions and Sunday Schools, 12— Ministerial 
Education, 28- Trustees Wake Forest, 45 — Trustees Baptist Uni- 
versity, 55 — Aged Ministers' Relief, 66. 
Reports of Committees: Foreign Missions, 36 — State Missions, 
38 — Baptist Schools. 41 — Sunday Schools, 43 — Orphanage, 47 — 
Home Missions, 49 — Orphanage Relations, 51 — Temperance, 52 — 
Woman's Work, 52 — Ministerial Education, 53 — General Educa-' 
tion, 57 — Obituaries, 60 — Periodicals, 65. 

List of Messengers 73 

Illustrations: Tabernacle Church— T. E. Skinner — A. C. Barron — 
N. B. Cobb — J. D. Moore — Baptist Mission Map of North Carolina. 

Statistics and other Data Appendix. 

Associational Statistics, 2-33 — Summary of Associational Statistics, 
34 — Sunday School Statistics, 35 — Associational Directory, Offi- 
cers, and Next Meeting, 36, 37 — Statistics of Southern Baptists 
and General Summary, 38 — Directory Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion, 39 — List of Foreign Missionaries from North Carolina, 
39 — List of N. C. Students in Southern Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary, 40 — List of Ministers, 41-50 — List of Sunday School Super- 
intendents, 51-62 — Woman's Mission and Sunbeam Societies, 63 — 
Historical Table of the Convention, 64, 65 — Review of Facts, 
66-68. 



OFFICERS. 



presidext: 
W. N. JONES Raleigh. 

VICE-PKESIDEXTS : 

F. p. HOBGOOD Oxford. 

O. L. STRINGFIELD Burnsville. 

W. C. DOWD Charlotte. 

RECORUiNo secretary: 
N. B. BROUGHTON Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT RECORDING SECRETARY: 

HIGHT C. MOORE Raleigh. 

TREASURER : 

WALTERS DURHAM Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT treasurer: 
J. M. STONER Asheville. 

auditor: 

F. H. BRIGGS Raleigh. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY': 

LIVINGSTON JOHNSON Raleigh. 

TRUSTEES: 

W. C. TYREE Raleigh. 

G. C. BRIGGS Waynesville. 

N. BIGGS Scotland Neck. 

C. B. AYCOCK Goldsboro. 

D. L. GORE Wilmington. 



BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION. 

1905—1906. 



BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS, RALEIGH. 

John E. Ray, G. M. Allen, J. S. Allen, J. D. Boushall, C. B. Ed- 
wards, A. D. Hunter, J. B. Boone, J. M. Broughton, A. B. Forrest, 
S. W. Brewer, N. B. Broughton, D. L. Gore, L. D. Watson, J. H. 
Smith, E. L. Middleton, F. P. Hobgood, J. N. Holding, W. C. Tyree, 

C. J. Hunter, W. N. Jones, J. C. Scarborough, C. M. Beach, E. S. 
Dunn, J. D. Hufham, H. C. Dockery, C. M. Cooke, W. L. Poteat, J. T. 
Pullen, J. W. Bailey, J. P. Wyatt, T. Neil Johnson, L. R. Pruett, W. A. 
Cooper, R. N. Simms, W. R. Cullom, E. P. Moses, J. H. Weathers, T. J. 
Taylor, T. M. Pittman, W. C. Petty, T. B. Moseley, Wm. Lunsford, 
A. I. Justice, R. A. Sentell, A. H. Sims, R. L. Patton, J. Y. Joyner, 
J. W. Denmark, Walters Durham, R. T. Vann, M. L. Kesler, J. Q. 
Adams, C. A. Jenkens, E. F. Aydlett, A. Johnson, N. A. Dunn, J. C. 
Massee, C. F. Meserve, R. J. Bateman, J. S. Farmer, C. H. Poe, T. B. 
Parker, J. S. Pearson, A. T. Gotten, C. G. Wells, W. R. Gwaltney, 
T. M. Arrington, H. W. Battle, R. S. Stephenson, B. W. N. Simms, 
J. H. Tucker. 

AssociATioisrAL Members. — Alleghany and Grayson, W. C. Fields; 
Ashe, J. Eller; Atlantic, J. C. Whitty; Alexander, L. P. Gwaltney; 
Beulah, j. e. Jordan; Bladen, William Brunt; Brier Creek, D. C. 
Jarvis; Brushy Mountain, R. A. Spainhour; Brunswick, D. I. Wat- 
son; Buncombe, A. E. Brown; Caldwell, 3. V. McCall; Carolina, T. J, 

Rickman; Cedar Creek, ; Central, A. C. Green; Catawba 

River, E. McK. Goodwin; Cape Fear, A. H. Porter; Choioan, E. S. 
Norman; Eastern, C. E. Daniel; Elkin, J. I. Dimette; Flat River, T. 
H. Street; French Broad, R. L. Moore; Green River, C. B. Justice; 
Haywood, J. L. Morgan; Johnston, C. W. Blanchard; King's Motin- 
tain, A. C. Irvin; Liberty, C. M. W^all; Liberty and Ducktoion, J. F. 
McGee; Little River, C. P. Norris; Mecklenburg and Cabarrus, W. M. 
Liyles; Mitchell, L. H. Green; Montgomery, W. M. Bostick; Mt. Zion, 
W. C. Barrett; Neuse, W. F. Fry; New Found, R. H. Hipps, 
Pee Bee, W. J. Ferrell; Piedmont, J. B. Richardson; Pilot Mountain, 
H. A. Brown; Raleigh, E. L. Middleton; Robeson, C. H. Durhain; 
>^andy Creek, G. J. Dowell; South Fork, W. H. Reddish; South River, 
John A. Gates; South Yadkin, W. H. Rich; Stanly, E. F. Eddins; 
Stone Moimtain, J. S. Kilby; Surry, J. G. Burrus; Tar River, N. 
Biggs; Tennessee River, J. S. Woodard; Three Forks, W. S. Farth- 
ing; Transylvania, E. Allison; Tvckaseigee, T. C. Bryson; Union, 

D. A. Snider; West Chowan. L. M. Curtis; Western North Carolina, 
J. T. Plott; Yadkin. A. S. Speer; Yancey, B. B. Riddle; Wilmington, 
D. L. Gore. 



b BOARDS OF THE CONVEXTIOX. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION, WAKE FOREST. 

C. E. Taylor, W. L. Poteat. J. F. Lanneau, W. B. Royall. W. R. 
Cullom, C. E. Brewer, J. W. Bailey, J. M. Brewer, T. E. Holding, J. 
B. Carlyle, J. H. Gorrell, W. B. Dunn, B. F. Sledd, J. L. Lake, J. C. 
Fowler, G. W. Paschal, L. R. Mills, J. B. Powers, R. E. Royall, 
Darius Eatman, N. Y. Gulley, E. W. Sikes, W. M. Dickson, J. L. Allen, 
S. J. Allen, J. W. Lynch, L. Johnson, W. W. Holding, Z. Y. Peed, 
R. B. White, E. W. Timberlake. 



AGED MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD, DURHAM. 

C. J. Thompson, President; J. F. McDuffie, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; T. E. Cheek, W. G. Barrett, H. A. Foushee, E. R. Harris, Reuben 
Shipp, R. H. Riggshee, J. V. Riggsbee. 



TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, WAKE FOREST. 

W. C. Tyree. President; C. J. Hunter, Secretary; E. F. Aydlett, 
J. W. Bailey, N. Biggs, J. B. Boone, N. B. Broughton, C. M. Cooke, 
W. E. Daniel, H. C. Dockery, W. C. Dowd, W. J. Ferrell, A, R. Fou- 
shee, A. D. Ward, W. R. Gwaltney, F. P. Hobgood, J. N. Holding, J. D. 
Hufham, S. Mclntyre, E. Y. Webb, J. T. J. Battle, L. Johnson, J. W. 
Lynch, R. H. Marsh, C. W. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, G. A. Norwood. Jr., 
J. M. Parrott, J. B. Richardson, R. E. Royall, J. C. Scarborough, J. A. 
Campbell, J. F. Spainhour, E. W. Timberlake, J. H. Tucker, R. T. 
Vann. 

TRUSTEES BAPTIST UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN, RALEIGH. 

W\ N. Jones, President; Stephen Mclntyre^ Y ice-President ; John 
E. Ray, Secretary; John T. Pulien, Treasurer; J. W. Bailey, S. W. 
Brewer, E. McK. Goodwin, Jasper C. Massee, J. N. Holding, Carey J. 
Hunter. Livingston Johnson, J. Y. Joyner, M. L. Kesler, W. C. Tyree, 
W. L. Poteat, J. D. Boushall, N. B. Broughton, W. E. Daniel, R. W. 
Winston, C. E. Holton, C. A. Jenkens, C. B. Justice, W. C. Petty, R. 
N. Simms, 0. L. Stringfield. 



TRUSTEES OF THE ORPHANAGE, THOMASVILLE. 

John Mitchell, President; J. A. Durham, W. R. Gwaltney, H. F. 
Shenck, C. E. Holton, John C. Whitty, Henry C. Dockery, J. S. Mon- 
tague, Thomas Carrick, R. A. Spainhour, F. P. Hobgood, Noah Biggs, 
M. L. Kesler, E. F. Aydlett, John C. Scarborough, John E. Ray, 
Stephen Mclntyre. 



CONSTITUTION. 



1. The Baptist State Convention shall be composed of three male 
representatives from each white Association in the State and one 
annual male representative appointed by the churches for every ten 
dollars contributed to its funds, and of such male life members as 
have been made so by the payment of thirty dollars at any one 
time to the Treasurer for the objects of the Convention. No church 
shall have more than ten representatives. No one shall be a mem- 
ber of the Convention who is not a member in good standing of a 
Baptist church in fellowship with us, and no other life member 
shall be made. 

2. The primary objects of the Convention shall be to encourage 
and support Wake Forest College; to educate young men called of 
God to the ministry, and approved by the churches to which they be- 
long; to encourage education among all the people of the State; to 
support the gospel in all the destitute sections of the State and of 
the Southern Baptist Convention; to send the gospel to the nations 
who have it not: to encourage the distribution and study of the 
Bible and a sound religious literature; to assist Baptist churches in 
the erection of suitable houses of worship; to encourage the proper 
care of indigent orphan children and destitute and aged ministers 
of the gospel, and to co-operate with the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion in all its departments of labor. 

3. This Convention shall meet annually, on Wednesday after the 
first Sunday in December. 

4. The officers of the Convention shall be a President, three Vice- 
Presidents, a Recording Secretary and an Assistant, a Correspond- 
ing Secretary, a Treasurer, and Auditor, and five Trustees, ail of 
whom, except the Trustees (who shall serve during the pleasure of 
the Convention), shall be elected annually by direct ballot. 

5. The President shall 'preside and enforce order in accordance 
with Dr. Kerfoot's Parliamentary Law. One of the Vice-Presidents 
shall preside in the absence of the President. 

6. The Recording Secretary and his Assistant shall record the pro- 
ceedings, collect and preserve statistics of the denomination, and 
publish and distribute the Minutes. 

7. The Treasurer shall receive all funds represented in the Con- 
vention; make public acknowledgment of the same each week 
through the Bihlical Recorder; give his bond to the Trustees; for- 
ward, at least once a month, all contributions to their destination; 
at every meeting of the Convention make a full report of his re- 
ceipts and disbursements, and, on retiring from his office, turn over 
to his successor all moneys, papers and books belonging thereto. 

S. The Trustees shall secure and hold the title to any and all 
property belonging to, or which may be acquired by, the Convention 



O CONSTITUTION. 

and take a sufficient bond of the Treasurer. The terms, conditions 
and amount of the bond shall be fixed by the Trustees, and in case 
the Treasurer shall refuse or neglect to give his bond within thirty 
days after his election, the Trustees shall have power to elect a 
Treasurer. They shall report annually to the Convention. 

9. The Auditor shall, prior to each annual meeting of the Conven- 
tion, examine carefully all the receipts, disbursements, vouchers, 
papers and books of the Treasurer, and his certificate to the facts in 
the case shall be attached to the Treasurer's report. 

10. The Corresponding Secretary shall solicit contributions to the 
objects of the Convention; assist the Board of Missions and Sunday 
Schools in the employment and payment of missionaries, and labor 
to promote the cultivation and development of Christian benevolence. 

11. The Education Board shall, so far as it may be able, assist 
promising and indigent young ministers seeking to prepare them- 
selves for the more efficient preaching of the gospel. 

12. The Board of Missions and Sunday Schools shall encourage the 
churches to give liberally to all the objects of the Convention; so 
far as the means at its disposal will allow, supply all destitute por- 
tions of the State with faithful and efficient ministers of the gos^ 
pel; give pecuniary aid, as far as can be secured, for building houses 
of worship at proper points in the State, and in cases where pecu- 
niary aid can not be given, commend them to the beneficence of the 
churches; encourage the distribution and study of the Bible and a 
sound religious literature in the homes, in the churches and in the 
Sunday Schools; encourage Sunday School Conventions and Insti- 
tutes; continue, and so far as it may be able and the growth of this 
work may require, enlarge the Baptist Book Store, and co-operate 
with all missionary and Sunday School work of the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention, The Board shall appoint of their number a com- 
mittee of seven, to whom shall be committed the Sunday School 
work, and the nomination for approval by the Board of a Sunday 
School Secretary or Secretaries to prosecute the work within the 
bov.nds of the Convention. The Board shall also appoint three of 
their number, who shall be the managers of the Baptist Book Store, 
and as may be necessary from time to time report its condition to 
the Board. 

15. The Boards shall be appointed annually, and report to each 
session of the Convention. 

14. The Convention year shall close one week before the annual 
meeting of the body. 

1.-.. The Boards of the Convention shall fix the compensation of 
their respective oflScers, and that of the Treasurer and Corresponding 
Sf cretary of the Convention. 

16. This Constitution may be changed or amended by two-thirds 
of the representatives in attendance at any annual session voting 
in the affirmative. 




ALONZO CHURCH BARRON, D. D. 
Born 1844 ; died 1905. 




JAMES DAMEL MuoKE. 
Born 1846: died 1905. 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

MortK Carolina Baphst State Convenhon. 



SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



Kaleigh, K C, Dec. 6, 1905. 

The Baptist State Convention of IsTorth Carolina, according 
to appointment, met at 7 :30 p. m. this evening in the meeting- 
house of the Tabernacle Baptist Church. 

R, H. Marsh, President of the previous Convention, called 
the body to order and announced that owing to the unavoid- 
able absence of F. D. Hale, the appointee, the Introductory 
Sermon, by arrangement of the alternate, would be preached 
by J. M. Frost, of ]S[ashville, Tenn. 

Brother Frost thereupon preached the sermon, his text be- 
ing Matt. 3:15. 

The President then called for the reading of Article I of 
the Constitution, relative to representation in this body, and 
appointed the following as Committee on Enrollment : F. W. 
Hancock, J. K". Holding, E. J. Bateman, T. M. Pittraan, 
C. W. Blanchard, R. X. Simms, J. S. Pearson. The com- 
mittee at once performed its work and reported 386 messen- 
gers present at this hour. 

The election of a President being in order, the present 
incumbent having announced his intention not to serve longer, 
E. F. Aydlett, W. K Jones, J. B. Carlyle, T. M. Arrington, 
AV. C. Dowd, and W. R. Gwaltncy were put in nomination, 
and the following were appointed to ascertain the vote of the 
Convention by ballot : C. W. Scarborough, J. S. Farmer, 
Walters Durham, C. F. Meserve, A. C. Parham, J. H. Long, 
J. G. Grec'orv. 



10 MINUTES OF THE 

At this point words of welcome were spoken to the Conven- 
tion by E. jS^. Simms, and response was made by J. B. Carlyle 
on the part of the body, who at the same time presented on 
behalf of Maj. J. M. Crenshaw, the first student enrolled at 
Wake Forest College, a gavel made from a tree at the place 
of prayer of M. T. Yates during his college days. 

By unanimous consent, the following Committee on Order 
of Business was, on mot-ion, appointed : L. Johnson, R. D. 
Cross, W. B. Martin, J. B. Richardson, J". M. Stoner, and 
B. Craig. 

On motion of J. T). Hufham, the following were appointed 
to nominate the officers of the Convention other than the 
President: T. M. Pittman, G. L. Parker, A. D. Hunter, T. 
H. Street, B. W. I^. Simms. 

Livingston Johnson, for the Committee on Order of Busi- 
ness, made the following report, which was adopted : 

THURSDAY. 

9 : 30 — Devotional Exercises. 
10:00 — Report Board of Missions and Sunday schools. 
10:20 — Seminary. 

11:15 — Report of Board of Education. 
11:25— Sunday School Board of S. B. C. 
12:00— Adjourn. 

AFTERNOON. 

1:30 — Leave for Wake Forest to Attend Inaugural Exercises. 



7:45 — Devotional Exercises. 
8 : 00 — Woman's Work. 
8:30 — Foreign Missions. 

FRIDAY. 

9:30 — Devotional Exercises. 
10:00 — Mis<;ellaneous Business. 
10:10 — Address, Dr. Seymour. 
10:30— State Missions. 
12:00— Report of Trustees of Wake Forest College. 

AFTERNOON. 

3:00 — Report on Sunday Schools. 
3:30 — Report on Baptist Schools. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



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7:30 — Devotional Exercises. 
7 : 45 — Orphanage. 
8:30 — Home Missions. 

SATURDAY. 

9:30 — Devotional Exercises. 
10:00 — Miscellaneous Business. 
10:30 — Ministerial Education. 

11:30— Report of Trustees of Baptist University for Women. 
12:15 — General Education. 

AFTERNOOIy. 

3 : 00 — Obituaries. 

3 : 30 — Periodicals. 

4:00 — Ministerial Relief. 

The invitation tendered the Convention by R. T. Vanu to 
visit the Baptist University for Women was, on motion, ac- 
cepted, and Saturday evening set as the time. 

The following visitors were recognized and welcomed : R. 
G. Seymour, Bible Secretary of the American Baptist Publi- 
cation Society; R. H. Pitt, editor Religious Herald, Rich- 
mond ; J. ISJ". Prestridge, editor of Baptist Argus, Louisville. 

Having taken the third ballot, the committee reported that 
the majority of votes cast were for W. IvT. Jones, of Raleigh, 
for President of the Convention, who thereupon was conducted 
to the platform and assumed the chair. 

' On motion, adjourned, with benediction by R. J. Willing- 
ham. 



SECOiS^D DAY— MORIsTma 

Raleigh, N". C, Dec. 7, 1905. 

The Convention reassembled at the hour appointed, and 
devotional exercises were conducted by C. W. Scarborough. 

The proceedings of last night were read and approved. 

T. M. Pittman, for the committee, made the following 
nominations, and, on motion of A. D. Hunter, the ballot of 



14 MINUTES OF THE 

STATE MISSIONS. 

Death has again entered our ranks and called away two faithful 
missionaries: 

L. R. Carroll, gentle of spirit and strong in faith, like Enoch, 
"walked with God, and he was not, for God took him." 

D. P. Robbins, in the very vigor of manhood, was suddenly sum- 
moned home. These were faithful men of God, and their works will 
live. 

MiSSIONABIES AND THEIR FIELDS. 

"We had on our roll 140 missionaries this year. These missionaries 
labored in 40 Associations, as follows: 

Number of 
Missionaries. Appropriation. 

Ashe 1 $225 . 00 

Atlantic 6 1,100 . 00 

Beuiah 3 225.00 

Bladen 1 50 . 00 

Brunswick 1 150.00 

Buncombe 4 350 . 00 

Carolina 1 75 . 00 

Caldwell 2 275.00 

Catawba 3 150 . 00 

Central 2 77 . 71 

Chowan 6 1,300 . 00 

French Broad 1 250 . 00 

Green River 3 415.00 

Johnston County 6 1,350 . 00 

ivings Mountain 1 100 . 00 

Liberty 3 275 . 00 

Little River 3 350 . 00 

Mecklenburg and Cabarrus 8 1,050.00 

Mitchell County 1 65 . 00 

Mt. Zion 5 800.00 

Neuse 5 1,325.00 

Pee Dee 5 390 . 00 

Piedmont 4 550 . 00 

Pilot Mountain 8 395 . 00 

Raleigh 3 375 . 00 

Robeson 4 310.00 

Sandy Creek 1 25 . 00 

South Fork 8 879 . 00 

South River 2 400 . 00 

Stanly 2 150.00 

Stone Mountain 3 165 . 00 

South Yadkin 5 1,005.00 



BxiPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 15 

Tar River 15 3,700.00 

Three Forks 1 50 . 00 

Tuckasiegee 2 275 . 00 

West Chowan 2 500 . 00 

Western North Carolina 3 590.00 

Wilmington 3 350 . 00 

Yancey County 1 100 . 00 

We invite a careful study of the following condensed statement of 
work done by our missionaries. These figures are very encouraging, 
and should fill our hearts with gratitude: 

Number of sermons preached 7,912 

Churches supplied 341 

Out-stations supplied 125 

Religious visits 13,857 

Conversions reported 2,374 

Baptisms 1,460 

Added by letter 1,121 

Protracted meetings held 260 

Church houses building 49 

Church houses finished 19 

Churches organized 8 

Bibles and Testaments distributed 296 

Tracts distributed 13,543 

Funds Raised by Missionaries. 

Paid on salary $13,681 . 06 

Paid on churches 15,763 . 74 

Paid on parsonages 161 . 00 

State Missions 1,469 . 76 

Associational Missions 746 . 46 

Foreign Missions 1,085 . 04 

Home Missions 780 . 49 

Education 217 . 51 

Orphanage , 1,321 . 28 

Sunday-schools 156 . 74 

Ministerial Relief 142 . 03 

Other objects 4,115 . 40 

Total $39,640 . 41 

Sunday-schools in Mission Fields. 

Number of schools 207 

Pupils 11,632 

Officers and teachers 1,115 

Conversions 801 

Church members in Sunday-schools 2,299 



16 MI]N^UTES OF THE 

Sunday-schools organized 47 

Contributed for expenses $2,207 . 61 

State Missions 55 . 29 

Other objects 826 . 13 

It will be seen by comparing these figures with those of last year 
that there have been four hundred and twenty-four more baptisms 
and four hundred and thirty moi-e conversions reported this year 
than last. The total number of baptisms, according to the reports 
of the churches to the Associations, was nine thousand eight hundred 
and one. Of this number one thousand four hundred and sixty — 
about one-seventh — were baptized by the missionaries of the Board. 

The total contributions exceed those of last year by $1,322.20. A 
comparison with last year's figures reveals the further gratifying 
fact that while the total increase is about four per cent, the increase 
to the objects of the Convention is nearly fifteen per cent. The 
amount raised and expended for State Mission work is $30,001.10; 
this includes all salaries and expenses. It will be seen that by an ex- 
penditure of $30,000 we receive $39,640.41, or $9,640.41 more than our 
expenditure. Of this amount $6,319.11 was contributed to the objects 
of the Convention. This alone is twenty-five per cent of all that we 
expended in the work of State Missions. The receipts for State Mis- 
sions this year exceed those of last by $2,336.89. 

Work in the West. 

The mountain schools are making substantial progress. New 
buildings have been erected at some of these schools, and at others 
the old buildings have been enlarged and improved. There has been 
a larger enrollment this year than ever before. 

Bible Institutes have been held by Brother W. H. Woodall. The 
Home Board makes an appropriation for this work, and the results 
amply justify the small expenditure made. 

There were fifteen Bible schools, lasting eight days each, held 
in seven Associations. The attendance varied from twenty-five to 
two hundred and fifty. There was a total enrollment of sixty preach- 
ers. A large number of deacons and Sunday-school superintendents 
attended. 

At its last annual meeting the Board instructed the Executive Com- 
mittee to select seven brethren in the west, all of whom should be 
members of the Board, to act as an advisory committee. This com- 
mittee is to take into consideration the western work, and advise 
the Board as to appropriations, etc. The Executive Committee se- 
lected the following brethren: J. H. Tucker, W. R. Gwaltney, A. E. 
Brown, R. L. Moore, Wm. Lunsford, B. W. N. Simms and R. A. Sen- 
telle. We believe this committee can be of great service in making 
recommendations as to the work in the western part of the State. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 17 

CO-OPERATION. 

We have paid this year two hundred dollars to the work of co- 
operation. This aid has been extended to the Lott-Carey Conven- 
tion. Inasmuch as the National and Lott-Carey Conventions have 
agreed upon a basis of work for next year, and inasmuch as we are 
informed that the terms agreed upon are satisfactory to the Lott- 
Carey Convention, and inasmuch as the Home Board has undertaken 
the work among the negroes of the South, and inasmuch as this year 
is the last of the co-operative work which has for a number of years 
been done in the New Era Institutes, we deem it no longer incum- 
bent on us to extend financial support to our colored brethren. Wc 
ask that the Home Mission Board make its appropriation to the work 
among the negroes in this State subject to the approval of our State 
Board of Missions. 



WOMAN'S WORK. 

As usual, the report of the women indicates progress and shows 
the work to be in a most healthy condition. More interest has been 
taken in the Woman's Meetings at the Associations this year than 
ever before. Evidently many of our pastors are recognizing as never 
before the importance of this movement, and are giving to it their 
sympathy and encouragement. 

Following is the excellent report of the Woman's Central Com* 
mittee: 

REPORT OF THE WOMAN'S CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF 

MISSIONS. 

Again, as with unchanging regularity, we call upon you to rejoice 
with us in a year of marked progress. But while progress has 
always been the keynote of the report of this committee, this year 
and the one preceding have opened an era of more rapid advance. 
In 1903 the Societies reported to Home, State and Foreign Missions 
$11,322.95. In 1904 they sprang forward to $14,287.93, and this year 
to $17,158.49. 

Nor is this all. In 1904 one hundred and four Societies were or- 
ganized. This year we report the beginning of a hundred and 
seventy-four. 

While these larger things are cause for profound gratitude, the re- 
sponsibility of laying before the 665 societies now on our books such 
plans and such missionary literature as shall cause them to grow 
into higher purposes and obtain loftier ideals is very great. No- 
table among the events of the year has been the work of the General 
Organizer, Mrs. C. M. V. Tollett, through whose missionary journeys 
87 new Societies have been organized. There are signs of the con- 
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IS MINUTES OF THE 

summation of a long cherished hope, in that the young women of 
our churches are taking a livelier and more determined interest in 
missions, forming themselves into mission clubs for the study of the 
world-wide kingdom. 

While figures tell but a small part of the story, the following sum- 
mary of advance for the last five years will not be without interest: 

Contributions to IState, Home 
Societies Organized. and Foreign Missions. 

1901 78 $9,766.36 

1902 75 11.003.12 

1903 91 11,033.13 

1904 104 14,287.93 

1905 ; 174 17,158.49 

Total $63,249.03 

The point to be regretted is that even where Societies are organ- 
ized so few of the women of the church unite with them. Yet more to 
be regretted is the fact that there are still a thousand Baptist 
churches in North Carolina which are without even a small group of 
women vitally interested in missic ns. 

The women in the Societies are a seventeenth of the whole mem- 
bership of North Carolina Baptist churches, yet they have for some 
years past contributed a fourth of all given to the three objects — 
Home, State and Foreign Missions. With this in view we confidently 
ask again, as in years past, the cordial support and active encourage- 
ment of "all pastors and lovers of missions." Larger and brighter 
things are just before us. 

The itemized statement of amounts contributed is as follows: 

Report of the Woman's Central Committee of Missions foe the 
Year Ending November 30th, 1905. 

To Foreign Missions $4,523 . 28 

To Christmas offering, China 1,024.51 

To Yates College 40 . 08 

Total Foreign Missions $5,587 . 8? 

To Home Missions $1,976 . 59 

To Self-Denial offering 1,093 . 53 

To Home Mission boxes 5,240 . 88 

Total Home Missions 8,311 . 00 

To State Missions $3,092.61 

To Expense Fund 167 . 01 

Total 17,158.49 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 19 

The Sunbeams contributed of the above amount: 

To Foreign Missions $524 . 83 

To Christmas offering 97 . 83 

Total Foreign Missions 622 . 66 

To Home Missions $147.09 

To Self-Denial offering 38 . 30 

To Home Mission boxes 78 . 33 

Total Home Missions 263.72 

To State Missions $215.16 

To Expense Fund 1.00 

Total $1,102.54 



Grand total $17,158.49 

Respectfully submitted, 

Fannie E. S. Heck, 
Mrs. W. N. Jones, President W. C. C. of Missions. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



REPORT OF SUNDAY SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

The work of our department for the past twelve months has, in 
brief, been as follows: 

Field Work. — The Secretary has had appointments during the year 
in the territory of fifty associations, and in four others work was 
done in immediate connection with this department. For lack of 
time he has been unable to reach personally or by proxy the follow- 
ing six associations: Alexander, Alleghany-Grayson, Ashe, Bruns- 
wick, Catawba River and Cedar Creek. 

Nature of the Work. — The emphasis has been upon institutes, 
that is, the instructional side of Sunday-school work. Many rallies 
have also been held to arouse interest in Sunday school activities, 
local and general. The annual meetings of seventeen associations 
have been attended with the purpose of enlisting the brotherhood 
more thoroughly in the organized Sunday-school work of the Con- 
vention. It is estimated that 3,000 oflBcers and teachers have been 
reached during the year. 

Work among Students. — Owing to press of other engagements 
the work in schools and colleges has not been possible to the extent 
hoped for and planned a year ago. Yet visits have been made to, 
and some work done at Wake Forest College, Baptist University for 
Women, Wingate School, Mars Hill College, Sylva Collegiate Insti- 
tute, Buie's Creek Academy and the Orphanage at Thomasville. 



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Special Literature. — Last year suggestioa was made as to the 
need and demand for tracts bearing upon Sunday school work in 
general, but specifically upon the problems and possibilities of the 
schools in our own State and Convention. Several articles suitable, 
with some revision, for tract publication have been written, and others 
planned, but deeming it best not to draw for this purpose upon our 
growing, yet insufficient funds, this much-needed work has not been 
this year undertaken. In lieu of it, however, the Sunday-school de- 
partment has been kept up in the Biblical Recorder, Editor Bailey 
furnishing each week the lesson exposition and the Secretary writing 
general notes on Sunday-school work, his announced training course 
for teachers having appeared early in the year. Special articles on 
Sunday school topics have also been written for North Carolina Bap- 
tist, Char'iiy and Children, Convention Teacher, Superintendent's 
Quarterly, Sunday School Times and other papers. 

Olr Superintendents. — From the associational minutes and by 
correspondence the names of more than 1,200 of our Sunday-school 
superintendents have been secured, and with them a regular corres- 
pondence has been kept up, three general letters having been sent out 
to each from the Secretary's oflSce at a cost of about $40.00. Also to 
each has been sent by arrangement with the publishers special issues 
of the Biblical Recorder, Charity and Children and the Sunday School 
Times. The entire list with the latest revisions possible is to appear 
in the forthcoming Minutes of the Convention. 

Supply Workers. — Supplementing the work of the Secretary, and 
UDder the auspices of the department supply work has been done in 
eight associations by four brethren: T. Neil Johnson in South River, 
N. B. Broughton in Tar River, R. J. Bateman in Eastern, Wilmington, 
and Cape Fear-Columbus; John E. Ray in Little River, Chowan and 
Flat River. (At several other points also. Brother Ray has in con- 
nection with his other duties, rendered special service to our Sun- 
school cause.) The expense of this extra work has been $18.01, the 
cost of two trips not being reported because locally borne. 

Report of Secretary Spilman. — Our field work has been greatly 
enriched by the services of Rev. B. W. Spilman, one of the Field 
Secretaries of the Baptist Sunday School Board of Nashville, Tenn. 
In addition to his work in other States (Virginia. South Carolina, 
Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Ohio, Missouri, and District of Columbia) 
he has in our State visited 47 churches in 24 associations, attending 
52 meetings, delivering 94 speeches, and traveling 2.556 miles in 
order to reach these appointments. 

Acknowledgement. — For the gift of $100.00 in cash for the sup- 
port of our work; for free supplies of literature for several of our 
needy mission fields; and for the valuable services of Secretary Spil- 
man without expense to us we hereby record our grateful acknowl- 
edgement to the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 21 

Statistics. — It has been impossible to gather complete figures, but 
those in hand are fresher and fuller than have been secured hereto- 
fore. These are submitted in tabular form and will be printed in the 
Minutes of the Convention. Attention is also called to the paragraph 
"Sunday School Status" in "Review of Facts," concluding the report 
of the Statistical Secretary. 

Finances. — Gratifying progress has been made in the direct sup- 
port of the department, the receipts of the year being $1,138.76. Sev- 
eral associations have put "Sunday School Missions" on the list of 
their pledges, and there has been a quite general endorsement of our 
Conventional Sunday-school work in its purposes, plans, efforts and 
maintenance. The expenditure necessary to the support of the work 
in the office and afield has been $1,545.00. In all probability the 
receipts next year will equal or exceed this amount. 

Unions and Conventions. — It is desired to have every year in each 
association at least one general Sunday-school meeting, either a 
special Convention or one of the fifth Sunday Union Meetings de- 
voted entirely or in part to the consideration of Sunday-school topics. 
About fifty of these have been held during the year, and they have 
proven of great value. As a help in the arrangement of topics a sug- 
gestive program was published in the Biblical Recorder and the 
North Carolina Baptist. 

Announcements. — Of the work planned for next year two announce- 
ments may now be made: (1) The very successful tour of Secretary 
Spilman with our State Secretary last April is to be duplicated next 
spring, the date being April 15-30, and the territory in general being 
along the northern side of the State from the mountains eastward, 
as that of the past year was mainly along the southern side of the 
State from New Bern to Rutherfordton. Similar arrangements are 
also being made for a special tour next July among the associations 
west of the Blue Ridge. 

(2) A Training School for Christian Workers is planned for next 
summer, the school to last ten days, July 23rd to August 3rd, and 
to be held at Mars Hill College near Asheville. The courses and 
faculty have been arranged as follows: 1. Sunday School Teaching 
and Teachers, by Rev. B. W. Spilman, Field Secretary of the Sunday 
School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Daily, 9 to 9:45 
a. m. 2. Sunday School Management and Methods, by Rev. L. P. 
Leavell, Field Secretary of the Sunday School Board of the Southern 
Baptist Convention. One hour daily, possibly in the afternoon. 
3. Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, by Dr. H. W. Battle. Daily, 
10:30 to 11:15 a. m. 4. Woman's Work, most likely by Miss Fannie 
E. S. Heck, President of W. M. S. of North Carolina. Daily, 10:30 to 
11:15 a. -m. 5. Doctrines of the Bible, by Dr. W. R. Cullom, Chair of 
the Bible, Wake Forest College. Daily, 11:15 to 12 m. 6. Junior Bible 
School, by Mrs. L. P. Leavell. A special Bible Course for boys and 



22 MINUTES OF THE 

girls. Daily, three hours, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. 7. Review and Pre- 
view of our Lessons, by Hight C. Moore. Daily, 9:45 to 10 a. m. Life 
of Christ, first week; Old Testament History from Adam to Samuel, 
second week. 8. Twilight Meeting at Locust Grove, by Rev. Wm. 
Lunsford and others. Daily, at 7 p. m. It is believed that such 
a school will be of great service to our workers, and since the ex- 
penses of travel and board will be very moderate (of which announce- 
ment will be duly made) it is hoped that many will attend with a 
will to work and for the entire session. 

In general, our Sunday school work is in fine condition, and the 
outlook is full of promise. 

N. B. Broughton, CJiairman. 
J. W. Bailey, 
T. Neil Johnson, 
W. N. Jones," 

R. N. SIMMS, 

W. C. Tyree, 
R. T. Vann, 
Hight C. Moore, Secretary. Committee. 



FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

The Foreign Mission tide continues to rise. Our people are think- 
ing and praying much about Foreign Missions. A large number of 
young men at Wake Forest and several of the young women at the 
Baptist University have decided to go to the foreign field. The earn- 
est attention given to the discussion of Foreign Missions at the as- 
sociations, and to sermons on this subject, show that our people are 
becoming more concerned about the salvation of the world. Another 
unmistakable evidence is the advance in contributions. Last year 
the contributions to Foreign Missions reached $20,497.32, while this 
year the Treasurer's report shows $23,287.27. At the last meeting 
of the Southern Baptist Convention, North Carolina was asked to 
contribute $25,000.00 for Foreign Missions. If we advance at the 
same rate until the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention that 
we have since the meeting of the last Southern Baptist Convention, 
we will go beyond the $25,000.00 allotted to us. 

For full report of the work of the Foreign Mission Board, see 
Minutes of the Southern Baptist Convention. 



HOME MISSIONS. 

It is to be regretted that we are not able to make a better report 
on Home Missions. There has been $8 901.73 in contributions to 
Home Missions. Last year $8,797.90 was contributed. This makes 
the advance only $103.83. This, of course, represents the cash con- 
tributions only. In addition to this the Woman's Missionary Socie- 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 23 

ties have sent boxes whose aggregate value amounted te $4,500.00. 
"We trust that our pastors will press the claims of Home Missions 
upon their people, and that next year's report will show a marked 
improvement. A detailed report of the Home Mission Board can be 
found in the Minutes of the Southern Baptist Convention. 



BAPTIST BOOK STORE. 

The Book Store is in satisfactory condition. The assets are con- 
siderably more than the liabilities. The indebtedness, which is quite 
small, is not at all pressing, and could be paid any day, if necessary, 
without serious inconvenience. "While, with no capital, the Store 
cannot be expected to make much money, it is doing a safe business, 
and is a great convenience to the denomination. 



RECOMMENDATIONS. 
We recommend: 

1. That the colportage work be turned over to the missionaries, 
and that $500.00 from State Mission funds be used in purchasing sup- 
plies. "We have been able to secure but a limited supply of books. 
The missionaries are constantly calling for books and tracts. Unless 
we were able to go into the colportage work on a much larger scale, 
we believe the results will be more satisfactory if we place the tracts 
and books at our disposal in the hands of the missionaries. 

2. That the money appropriated by the Home Mission Board to the 
mountain schools be so designated, and that it be not counted as 
State Mission funds. This will make the contributions to State 
Missions appear less, but it will correctly represent the amount we 
contribute to that object. This recommendation does not contem- 
plate any change in the relation of our Board to the schools to which 
appropriations are made by the Home Mission Board, but simply 
suggests that money so appropriated shall be designated "to mountain 
schools," and not to State Missions. 

3. In view of the many inviting fields that should be entered with- 
out delay, we should endeavor to raise for State Missions and Sunday 
schools $30,000.00, not including the appropriations of the Home 
Board, to the mountain schools. This is an advance of $5,000.00. 
"We do not believe that a less amount will meet the crying needs. "We 
also urge that the contributions to Home and Foreign Missions be 
increased proportionately. 

Conclusion. — "We have very much to thank God for as we look 
back over this years work. Excellent reports from the missiojiaries, 
all the indebtedness wiped out, our Sunday school work well-nigh 
self-sustaining and advancement in Home and Foreign Missions. On 
the other hand, when we think of all of our latent power we can have 
some faint conception of how much we could do if all our churches 



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could be efilisted. The Statistical Secretary, by a vast amount of work, 
has collected and compiled some figures that are in some respects 
startling and should be stimulating. These figures show to what 
objects (if to any), and how much each church in the State con- 
tributes. The churches are given by associations. These statistical 
tables will be printed in the minutes, and we earnestly suggest that 
the pastors in each association carefully study these figures, and 
discuss them in their churches, and at the Union Meetings. "A con- 
tribution from every member of every church for every object of the 
Convention," should be our motto. 

Grateful for the past and hopeful for the futur^, let us press on to 
higher things! 

Livingston Johnson, 

John E. Ray, President. Cor. Secretary. 



REPORT OF TREASURER. 

1. 
Balance Sheet, 

Walters Durham, Treasurer, in account current with the 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Dec. 6, 1905. 





DEBIT. 






CREDIT. 




q 


State Missions 

Foreign Missions 


5344.64 
1,138.48 


131 
94 


Murpliv Schooli - - - 


85.98 


41 


Casli (in Commercial and 
Farmers Banli} 


5,791.34 


61 


Home Missions 


1,032.57 








63 


Education 


1,143.01 








50 


Sunday Schools and Col- 
portage — - 


546,78 








f5R 


Ministerial Relief 


533,22 








70 


Students' Aid Fund 


20.00 








89 


Yates Memorial 


41.62 








93 


Mills Memorial 


4.08 








96 


Yates Memorial College — 


785.14 








130 


Tlchenor Memorial 

Total 


207.-8 




Total 






5,797,32 


5,797,82 



The above balance sheet, together with all receipts and disburse- 
ments, as shown by the Treasurer, have been carefully examined and 
found to be correct. 
The books are neatly and accurately kept. 

F. H. Brtgos, 
Auditor Baptist State Convention. 
December 4, 1905. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 25 

2. 

State Missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 34) . . $4,351.17 

Amount received from all sources 30,002.20 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec... $510.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses. . 124.90 

H. C. Moore, salary as S. S. Secretary... 700.00 

H. C. Moore, traveling expenses 112.83 

Miss Lynn, salary as stenographer 119.00 

Rent on Mission rooms 63 . 00 

Printing 134 . 65 

American Baptist Pub. Society (books). 200.00 

Office expense 71 . 96 

W. C. C. stamps and expense 69.45 

Note and interest in bank 530.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer... 140.00 

H. C. Moore, salary as Recording Sec... 25.00 

Paid co-operation 200 . 00 

Schools in Western North Carolina 4,725.00 

Paid missionaries 26,282 . 94 

Balance 344 . 64 



December 6, 1905. $34,353.37 $34,353.37 

3. 
Foreign Missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 7, 1904 (Minutes, p. 34) . . $1,571.37 

Amount received 23,601 . 99 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec. . . $740.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses. 167.75 

Miss Lynn, salary as stenographer 140.00 

Rent on Mission rooms 84.00 

Printing and mailing Minutes 135.00 

W. C. C. printing 59.45 

W. C. C. Stamps 117.50 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer... 80.00 

Office expense 37 . 00 

F. H. Briggs, salary as Auditor 25.00 

Sent direct 4,428 . 23 

Foreign Mission Board 18 020 . 95 

Balance 1,138 . 48 



$25,173.36 $25,173.36 
December 8, 1905. 



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4. 
Home Missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 35) . . $829.96 

Amount received 9,214 . 59 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec. . . $500.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses. 30.00 

Miss Lynn, salary as stenographer 135.00 

Rent on Mission rooms 84 . 00 

N. B. Broughton, salary as Rec. Sec 25.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer... 80.00 

Printing 85 . 05 

Office expense 45 . 00 

W. C. C. printing 17 . 45 

Sent direct 366.44 

Home Mission Board 7,644.04 

Balance 1,032 . 57 



$10,044.55 $10,044.55 
December 6, 1905. 

5. 
Education. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 35) . . $1,547.03 

Amount received 3,937.57 

To vouchers of W. R. Cullom, Treasurer $4,341.59 

Balance 1,143.01 



5,484.60 $5,484.60 
December 6, 1905. 

6. 
Sunday Schools and Colpobtage. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 35) . . $72.39 

Amount received 1,040 . 80 

To H. C. Moore, salary as S. S. Secretary $400.00 

H. C. Moore, traveling expenses 117.66 

Printing 18.75 

Office expense (stamps, etc.) 30.00 

Balance 546.78 



$1,113.19 $1,113.19 
December 6, 1905. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 27 

7. 

Ministerial Relief Fund. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 36) . . $940.39 

Amount received 2,120 . 85 

To vouchers of T. E. Cheek, Treasurer $2,528.02 

Balance ^^^ • 22 

December 6, 1905. $3,06 1.24 $3,061.24 

8. 

Students' Aid Fund. 

Amount received $115 . 56 

To vouchers paid Pressley Smith, Treasurer. $195.56 
Balance 20.00 

$ 115.56 $115. 56 

December 6, 1905. 

9. 
Yates Memorial. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 36) . . $41.62 

Balance $41 . 62 

$41.62 $41.62 

December 6, 1905. 

10. 
Yates Memorial College. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 36) . . $627.96 

Amount received 785 . 14 157 . 18 

Balance 

$785.14 $785.14 

December 6, 1905. 

11. 
Mills Memorial. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1904 (Minutes, p. 36) . . $4.08 

Balance $4.08 

$4.08 $4.08 

December 6, 1905. 



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12. 

TiCHENOB MeMOBIAL. 

Amount received $207 . 78 

Balance $207.78 



$207.78 $207.78 



December 6, 1905. 



13. 

MUBPHY School. 



Amount received $286.77 

To vouchers paid Baylus Cade $292.75 

Balance 5.98 



$292.75 $292.75 

December 6, 1905. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Walters Dubham, 
Treasurer Baptist State Convention. 

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary being the 
special order, the Convention was addressed by E. C. Dargan, 
Professor of Homiletics in the Seminary, after which pledges 
were taken for the Students' Aid Fund amounting to $680.00. 

J. D. Ilufham presented the following resolution, which 
was adopted with instruction to the Secretary to telegraph 
the message contained : 

Whereas, Our beloved brother, Elder John Mitchell, for more 
than fifty years a member of this body, bearing his part in all its 
enterprises and endearing himself to all the people by his work of 
faith and labor of love and patience of hope, is now detained at his 
home by severe illness; therefore. 

Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with our beloved brother 
in his sufferings, and pray that the presence and power of our Lord 
may be with him to the end. 

The report of the Board of Education was presented by 
Corresponding Secretary W. R. Cullom, as follows: 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The primary purpose in the organization of the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina was the thorough evangelization of 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 29 

the people of the State, and their equipment for the most effective 
service in the Masters kingdom. The fathers saw that in order to 
accomplish this end the churches must be manned and led by an edu- 
cated ministry. Hence, right in the forefront of their constitution 
they wrote these significant words: "The primary objects of this 
Convention shall be the education of young men called of God to the 
ministry, and approved of by the churches to which they respec- 
tively belong," etc. 

This report would call attention to three things bearing on this 
phase of our work. 

THE PAST. 

This work was prosecuted as a part of our mission work, and was 
done through the "Board of the Convention" until January 30, 1864, 
when the "Board of Education" was organized, with Col. S. S. Biddle 
as President and Dr. W. M. Wingate, Agent. 

In one respect the work of this Board is at a disadvantage, viz.: 
in that it deals with the superstructure of our denominational life, 
and therefore cannot be seen directly in relation to its own fruitage. 
We all like to see and hear of results; but in the very nature of the 
case, when the men connected with this Board begin to show results, 
they are then connected with some other agency of our system — 
State, Home or Foreign Missions — or with our educational or phi- 
lanthropic institutions. The best we can do is to point to the men 
themselves who have received aid at the hands of Tihis Board, and 
modestly claim that the help received through this means had at 
least some part in fitting them to bring to pass whatever of good 
they have achieved. 

During that first period (1830-1864) when the work was done 
through the "Board of the Convention" (the Board of Missions) we 
can point to such men as William Jones, who afterwards became a 
most faithful and efficient Corresponding Secretary of the Conven- 
tion; Patrick Connelly, Matthew T. Yates, our great pioneer in the 
work of Foreign Missions; John T. Albritton, Jesse B. Boone, Fran- 
cis A. Belcher, W. R. Gwaltney, R. B. Jones, A. J. Kelly, Wm. C. 
Nowell, Pinkney Oliver, E. A. Poe, Hiram Rogers, J. A. Stradley, 
P. N. Snider, E. B. Salmons and J. H. Yarbrough. 

Since the organization of the Board of Education as a separate 
agency, four hundred and forty-six (446) men have been the recipi- 
ents of its beneficence. A catalogue of these names is herewith 
submitted for publication. A casual glance at this list will show 
that quite a large per cent, of the most useful ministers in this and 
in many other States, as well as in foreign lands, have been started 
on their respective careers through the help and encouragement 
received at the hands of this Board. In 1870 the Board was extend- 
ing aid to twelve (12) men, among whom were Columbus Durham, 



30 MINUTES OF THE 

H. A. Brown, George W. Greene, C. C. Newton and R. C. Sandling. 
In 1880 the number had grown to fourteen (14), among whom were 
C. S. Cashwell. M. V. McDuffle, W. B. Morton, N. R. Pittman, J. M. 
Williams, W. H. Wilson, J. H. Lamberth and A. T. Robertson. In 
1890 the number had grown steadily until twenty-nine were receiv- 
ing assistance, among whom were J. J.' Adams, M. A. Adams, J. G. 
Blalock, W. E. Crocker, W. R. Cullom, W. R. Bradshaw, C. H. Dur- 
ham, A. A. Pippin, B. W. Spilman, C. W, Blanchard, J. W. Millard, 
J. P. Spence. S. J. Porter, J. S. Corpening, W. A. Smith and James 
Long. 

In 1900 there were thirty-eight beneficiaries, most of whom are at 
present either in a theological seminary or in the active work of the 
ministry. 

A very little reflection on this cursory glance will assure any one 
that "the past at least is secure." 

THE PRESENT. 

It will be remembered that at our Convention in Elizabeth City a 
year ago the burden of our prayers was that God would raise up 
and send forth more men to preach the gospel. It is with gratitude 
that we record the fact that more men have been studying at Wake 
Forest during the last session with the purpose of preaching the 
gospel than ever before in our history. The total number of minis- 
terial students for the present fall term has been sixty-nine (69). 
The total number aided by this Board since the last Convention has 
been seventy-two (72). Of this number several, of course, gradu- 
ated at last commencement; several have dropped out because of 
ill health or other cause. During the present term fifty-eight have 
been aided, where there were forty-seven at the corresponding period 
last year. Besides the increase in number, it is generally conceded 
by the student body and by the faculty that the work done in the 
class-room, and the general bearing of these men in our college life 
are such as to assure us that there is no falling off in the quality of 
the material entering the ministry. 

The financial record of the Board for the past year has also been 
very encouraging, as the following summary will show: 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance from last year $1,195 93 

Receipts for the current year as acknowledged in the 

Recorder 3,937 57 

Total $5,133 50 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Paid out on vouchers, 1-122 $3,956 34 

Balance in hands of treasurer $1,177 16 



BAPTIST STATE CO.\ VENTION. 31 

This is an encouraging balance, and yet it will be seen that it is 
smaller than that offclast year, while the number of men is larger 
by eleven. This leads to a few words about 

TIIE FUTURE. 

The Secretary of this Board understands that two things are in- 
volved in the work assigned to him and to his colleagues. The first 
of these has reference to men; the second to money; and the order 
in which these two things are stated is not to be reversed. 

1. As to Men. God's agency for saving the world is men. "A man 
shall be as an hiding place from the wind, and a covert from the 
tempest; as rivers of water in a dry place, as the shadow of a great 
rock in a weary land." When Jesus saw the multitudes "distressed 
and scattered, as sheep not having a shepherd," he was moved with 
compassion for them; and out of that heart of compassion came the 
exhortation: "Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest that he 
send forth laborers into his harvest." Many places and conditions 
in our own State, not to speak of the multitude of Macedonian cries 
from the regions beyond, are calling loudly for men. But the rail- 
road, the factory, the bank, the counting house, the law, the medical 
profession, and many other avenues and callings are holding out 
unprecedented opportunities for wealth, for social prestige, and for 
worldly preferment. In the midst of these conditions, should not 
our schools and colleges, our associations and conventions, and our 
churches and homes have the claims of the kingdom laid upon their 
hearts and consciences until our strongest and best Christian young 
men shall face seriously and answer honestly and candidly in the 
secret chambers of their own hearts the question of his obligation 
to preach the gospel. It is a strange anomaly in our Christian 
thinking to believe that God can use parents, pastors, teachers and 
Christian workers in the conversion of men, and yet consider it 
almost a sacrilege to think of his using them in calling men to a 
specific work. This point, like conversion, is capable of extreme 
positions on both sides. This report would urge upon our people an 
intelligent, thoughtful, prayerful interest in the matter; that we 
should be neither hyper-Calvinistic on the one side, nor hyper- 
Arminian on the other. If our churches and homes, our pastors 
and teachers will only give their thoughtful prayerful attention to 
the matter, the question of men will never give us trouble. 

2. As to money. In case of a large majority of men who feel called 
of God to the ministry, they must either go into their life's work 
unqualified for doing their best, or some one must help them at the 
point of beginning. No doubt many of the men aided by our Bap- 
tist people through the Board of Education in the past could have 
secured aid in other ways. No doubt many of the people led to 
Christ through the labors of missionaries supported by our Baptist 



32 MINUTES OF THE 

people could have been led to Christ in other waj's; but is there a 
Christian man anywhere who would be willing to forfeit his share 
in the blessed work of bringing these men to Christ? Is there one 
anywhere who would be willing to forfeit his part in putting the 
five hundred men mentioned above into a position to do for God and 
his cause what they have done and are doing? Some one will fur- 
nish this aid in the future. One man in another State is aiding 
scores of our young men here in North Carolina to-day to remain 
in school and prepare themselves for the more effective preaching 
of the gospel. Are we as a people ready, are we willing to turn this 
work over to other hands? This Board does not believe that we are 
ready or willing to do any such thing. We would urge, then, that 
every pastor and church take a collection for this work during the 
coming year that shall be commensurate with its importance. An 
increased and increasing number of men call for increased and in- 
creasing amounts of money. The Board employs a Secretary for 
only a small fraction of his time, and is therefore very dependent 
on the churches and friends of this work to see to it that its grow- 
ing demands are met by a growing liberality. 

J. O. Alderman. D. M. Austin, M. A. Adams, J. J. Adams, T. S. An- 
drews, J. M. Alderman, W. A. Ayers, J. M. Arnett, M. D. Austin, 
J. E. Ayescue, T. M. Alexander, E. C. Andrews, G. M. Arnold, D. W. 
Arnette, James Adams. D. B. Brown, W. Bland, Levi Bryant, H. A. 
Brown, J. L. Britt, T. J. Baker, A. W. Burfoot, T. H. Bonner, W. S. 
Ballard. J. H. Beam, J. M. Bennett, T. C. Britton, T. C. Buchanan, 
G. P. Bostic, J. N. Booth, W. H. Beddingfield, E. E. Blount, A. L. 
Betts, R. L. Bass, S. F. Bristow, J. A. Bridges, J. G. Blalock, W. R. 
Bradshaw, I. S. Boyles, C. W. Blanchard, A. A. Butler, C. M. Billings, 
C. V. Brooks, C. S. Burgess, C. T. Ball, W. H. Bobbitt, T. L. B'alock, 
G. N. Bray, W. C. Barrett, D. C. Britt, S. J. Beeker, J. W. Boldin, 
J. G. Benfield, J. D. Bowen, Joseph Brinkley, B. F. Bray, R. J. Bate- 
man, W. W. Barnes, S. W. Bennett, J. H. Booth, A. M. Burleson, 
H. F. Brinson, J. S. Bridges, D. T. Bunn, J. T. Byrum, J. B. Bridges, 
H. W. Baucom, F. T. Burke, R. E. Brickhouse, J. L. Barrett. W. H. 
Connell, Thos. Carrick, R. W. Crews, F. P. Clark, H. M. Croom, 
L. T. Carroll, C. S. Cashwell, J. Collins, G. W. Coppedge, T. J. Cobb, 
J. L. Cottingham, J. A. Campbell. W. E. Crocker, W. R. Cullom, 
A. W. Crabtree, T. E. Carroll, J. H. Couch, M. Cooper, J. S. Corpen- 
ing, A. C. Cree, G. N. Cowan, T. S. Crutchfield, J. W. Cobb, J. L. 
Caldwell. W. B. Creasraan, J. R. Cullom, C. C. Cook, W. H. Crabtree, 
H. R. Chapman, S. B. Conley, C. D. Creasman, A. C. Chaffin, F. O. 
Cox, J. W. Curtis, C. Durham, W. T. Davis, Jno. M. Davis, E. B. 
Dillard, A. U. Davidson, P. S. C. Davis, B. Dalton, C, H. Durham, 
J. H. Dobson, A. T. Denny, R. R. Day, J. E. M. Davenport, J. V. 
Devenny, M. P. Davis, J. E. Dowd. W. H. Davis, C. B. Deaver, G. C. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 33 

Dimcan, J. W. Downey. T. B. Davis, B. E. Dunn, J. R. Daly, W. 
Deaton, P. B. Deaton, J. M. Duncan, L. E. Dailey, H. C. Dorton, 

E. P. El'.ington, W. Y. Everton, C. E. Edwards, B. G. Early, J. Z. 
Eure, W. F. Estridge, W. A. Edwards, M. Forrester, Rufus Ford, 

F. M. Freeman, W. F. Fry, R. 0. Pry, C. H. Fry, J. L. Flow, G. W, 
Green (1867), L. P. Gwaltney, D. A. Glenn, J, H. Gordon, J. H. 
Greene, J. E. Greene, S. Greene, D. M. Gaddy, John O. Gough, J. C. 
Gilespie, G. W. Griffin, C. L. Greaves, S. E. Garner, N. L. Gaskins, 

D. P. Garrett, D. H. Gentry, J. R. Green, J. Gibbs, Gaddy, J. 

HiMebrand, J. M. Hilliard, C. C. Haymore, J. C. Hocutt, G. P. Ham- 
rick, E. S. Herring, C. F. Humphries, J. B. Harrell, A. T. Hord, 

D. W. Herring. S. F. Hutchens, C. F. Hopper, A. T. Howell, W. R. 
Herdren, J. R. Hanldns, P. G. Hopper, I. P. Hedgpeth, J. H. Hil- 
dreth. R. A. Hedgpeth, S. W. Hall, T. J. Hudson, K. C. Horner, 

E. J. Harrell, W. J. Howell, J. M. Henly, C. R. HairfieM, J. E. Hocutt, 
W. E. Hocutt, R. H. Hewlet, Jasper Howell, D. P. Harris, B. L. Hoke, 
R. H. Herring, T. J. Hill, E. R. Harris, J. C. Havnaer, J. K. Hen- 
derson, W. G. Hall, D. M. Hobbs, A. C. Hamby, B. M. Harris, E. 
Hawkins, W. T. Hurst, J. H. Heilig, J. M. Haymore, M. L. Harris, 
J. D. Howell, L. M. Holloway, W. A. Hough, T. B. Hamrick, K. W. 
Hogan, R. B. Hoffman, J. W. Israel, J. R. Jones, W. T. Jordan, N. S. 
Jones, W. T. Jones, C. G. Jones, W. G. Jones, L. PI. Joyner, W. N. 
Johnson, J. E. Johnson, P. H. Jones, A. V. Joyner, J. M. Justice, 
J. C. Jones, W. J. Jones, James Jenkins, G. H. Johnson, W. Ai 
Kingsbury, J. D. Knott, D. F. Knott, M. L. Kesler, J. I. Kendrick 
(loan), J. W. Kenny, J. R. Kallam, J. T. Kirk, J. L. Kirk, W. L. 
Kyles. J. E. Kirk, F. D. King, F. W. Kurfees, W. H. Lassiter, W. T. 
Lewellyn, J. H. Lamberth, W. F. Little, J. W. Lynch, J. P. Love, 
T. M. Leary, James Long, J. I. Lennon, D. F. Lawrence, J. D. Lar- 
kins, C. G. Lowe, N. C. Laesiter, I. N. Loftin, V. Lucas, C. A. Leonard, 

E. Long, Long, D. S. Lee, T. F. Limrick, J. F. McMillan, M. V. 

McDuffie, W. B. Morton, J. F. Moore, C. M. Murchison, W. B. Mal- 
lory, Jno. McManaway, G. L. Merrell, J. W. Millard, J. A. Mason, 
J. R. Moore, J. D. Moore, J. A. McKaughan, H. H. Mashburn, J. L. 
Martin, D. R. Myers, C. M. Mcintosh, W. A. McCall, J. C. Mizelle, 
R. B. Miller, R. S. Mitchell, P. D. Mangum, J. C. McCarter, B. D. 
McDaniel, J. S. Morgan, M. L. Matthews, O. R. Mangum, O. N. Mar- 
shall. J. F. Murray, C. A. Miller, 0. W. McManus, C. C. Newton, J. D. 
Newton. T. T. Newton, A. K. Newsome, J. H. Nanney, A. H. Nanney, 
W. S. Olive, G. G. O'Neal, S. W. Oldham, Jesse C. Owen, C. F. Owen, 
W. A. Pool, A. McA. Pittman, N. R. Pittman, E. Y. Perry, J. B. 
Pruitt, E. M. Poteat. V■^ B. Pope, L. R. Pruitt, J. R. Pace, J. R. 
Pendergrass, F. H. Poston, J. P. Price, A. A. Pippin, S. J. Porter, 
C. D. Peterson, A. C. C. Pittman, J. J. Payseur, E. L. Parker, C. B. 
Paul. W. G. Pegram, C. J. D. Parker, D. M. Pressley, T. H. Posey, 

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34 MINUTES OF THE 

E. Y. Pool, J. M. Page, C. B. Probst, W. D. Poe, R. B. Pearson, E. D. 
Pee, A. T. Robertson (1880), M. L. Rickman, D. C. Rogers, P. M. 
Royall, E. F. Rice, J. D. Robertson, F. L. Riggsbee, D. B. Rickard, 
A, M. Ross, J. H. Rich, W. R. Rickman, W. O. Rosser, C. A. Ridley, 
C. E. Rhyne, C. C. Rickman, W. B. Rivenbark, D. P. Robbins, W. B. 
Renfrew, C. M. Seav;ell. Q. T. Simpson, S. Y. Skinner, R. C. Sand- 
ling, J. A. Shemwell, C. W. Scarborough, N. P. Stallings, J. W. 
Sledge, S. D. Swain, W. J. Sholar, J. P. Spence, A. F. Sharps, B. W. 
Spilman, W. A. Smith, W. H. Sledge, J. M. Still, A. W. Setzer, J. S. 
Snider, N. H. Shepherd, G. E. Spruill, H. L. Swain, A. C. Sherwood, 
J. M. Stanford, C. A. Sigmond, E. F. Smith, Z. A. Shipman, J. H. 
Spaiilding, B. Sorgee, C. A. Smith, D. Spangler, H. T. Stephens, 
T. C. Singleton. T. Y. Seymour, I. 0. Silier, J. F. Tuttle, S. W. 
Thomas, D. B. Tally, E. F. Tatum, C. J. Thompson, W. M. Turner, 
C. R. Taylor, J. R. Taylor, J. B. Talbirt, C. T. Tew, E. A. Turner, 
E. N. Thorn, E. O. Thompson, R. T. Vann, T. L. Vernon, D. Vipper- 
man, F. R. Underwood, C. A. Upchurch, Jesse Wheeler, Jas. A. Yv'hite, 
T. R. Walker, J. M. Williams, W. L. Wright, W. H. Wilson, M. J. 
Willoughby, J. L. White, W. F. Watson, Everett Ward, E. D. Wells, 
J. W. Watson, W. J. Ward, J. F. Wooten, H. T. Williams, J. S. 
Wrenn, G. T. Watkins, C. B. Williams, R. W. Weaver, Jno. M. 
Walker, Wallace (1892), O. Winburn, S. B. Wilson, D. G. Washburn. 
W. E. Woodruff, R. P. Walker, E. L. Weston, J, L. Watson, B. T. 
Wood, D. R. Waters, J. I. White, W. M. Whiteside, G. G. Wood, 
W. H. Whitehead, J. W. Whitley, E. E. White, W. G. W^histnant. 
W. E. W^st, I. E. Wishart, J. A. Willoughby. 

It beiug so near the hour of adjournment, on motion of 
J. D. Hufham, the discussion of the Sunday School Board of 
the Southern Baptist Convention was postponed till this even- 
ing, and twenty minutes set apart for it. 

The President recognized the following visiting brethren : 
J. X. Prestridge, editor Baptist Argus, Louisville ; B. 1). 
Gray, Corresponding Secretary of the Home Board, Atlanta ; 
R. J. Willingham, Corresponding Secretary of the Foreign 
Board, Richmond ; J. M. Frost, Corresponding Secretary of 
the Sunday School Board, .Xashville; J. F. Love, Correspond- 
ing Secretary of the Ba)»tist State Convention of Arkansas ; 
S. F. Thompson, Louisville; R. F. Bumpas, pastor Edenton 
Street Methodist Church, Raleigh. 

The President appointed the following committees: 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 35 

Home Missions— T. G. Wood, Josiah Elliott, J. J. Hall, S. A. Can- 
nady, C. T. Tew, T. M. Arrington, W. F. Staley. 

Foreign Missions — A. B. Dunnaway, R. G. Kendrick, Jr., W. A. 
Ayers, C. J. Bradley, Wm. H. Lunsford, Geo. J. Dowell, W. C. Tyree. 

State Missioiis—M. L. Kesler, D. H. Senter, J. W. Suttle, A. T. 
Howell, J. C. Scarborough, M. S. Humphrey, B. F. Kellum. 

Sunday Sc7iools—J. A. Gates, A. C. Davis, D. P. Bridges, C. H. 
Griffin, Jno. Freeman, J. H. Tucker, R. D. Cross. 

Obituaries— J. D. Hufham, R. R. Overby, B. Craig, V. 0. Willis, 
W. A. Smith, J. B. Newton, T. Dixon, Sr. 

Baptist Schools— J. W. Bailey, R. T. Vann, A. E. Brown. 

Woman's Work — C. F. Meserve, W. B. Waff, C. G. Wells, J. E. M, 
Davenport, A. G. Wilcox, L. M. Curtis, J. M. Holleman. 

General Education— G. T. Lumpkin, L. R. Pruitt, C. W. Blanchard, 
J. M. Joyner, W. F. Fry, I. M. Mercer, A. D. Hunter. 

Ministerial Education — E. F. Aydlett, R. N. Simms, T. S. Crutch- 
field, John R. Miller, C. H. Ultey, M. A. Adams, Jno. E. Ray. 

Periodicals — T. J. Taylor, B. F. Watson, F. H. Jones, A. L. Betts, 
A. E. Brown, B. D. Harwood, C. W. Scarborough. 

Temperance — A. Johnson, J. W. Cobb, F. D. Hale, Henry Sheets, 
C. W. Mitchell, M. A. Wood. 

Finance Committee. — Jno. T. Pullen, B. W. Rogers, C. C. Haymore. 

Religious Exercises — Pastor and deacons of the Baptist Taber- 
nacle. 

Orphanage— C. W. Scarborough, W. L. Britt, C. W. Mitchell, C. W. 
Payseur, J. M. Fleming, J. W. Cobb, J. B. Richardson, S. F. Conrad. 

Nominate Preachers and Place of Next Meeting. — C. J. Hunter, 
J. W. Wildman, B. G. Early, C. H. Durham, J. W. Nowell, A. Cree, 
S. A. Howard. 

At twelve o'clock the Convention adjourned to attend this 
afternoon at Wake Forest the exercises in connection with 
the inauguration of W. L. Poteat as President of the College, 
and to reassemble at 7 :30 p. m. in the Convention audito- 
rium. The benediction was pronounced by Thomas lEume. 



SECOND DAY— EVENIIsLi SESSIOK 

The Convention was called to order by the President, and 
the hour set for the report on Woman's Work having passed, 
the Sundav School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention 



36 MINUTES OF THE 

was announced as the special order, and the Convention was 
addressed bj J. M. Frost, Corresponding Secretary of the 
Board. 

The President announced the following additional com- 
mittees : 

To Nominate Board of Education — C. B. Justice, J. G. Gregory, 
J. F. Fletcher, C. C. Haymore, B. W. N. Simms, A. C. Irvin, W. B. 
Morton. 

To Xo77ii7iate Board of Missions and Sunday Schools — W. R. 
Gwaltney, C. S. Cashwell, D. I. Watson, C. J. Rogers, Walter E. Wil- 
son, R. L. Eubank, B. D. Thomas. 

General Spiritual Condition of the Churches — W. C. Tyree, S. D. 
Swaim, G. P. Harrell, Geo. T. Watkins, W. S. Olive, A. A. Pippin, 
I. W. Thomas. 

The report on Foreign Missions was presented by A. B. 
Dunnaway, as follows: 

REPORT ON FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

A great thinker has said, "There is taking place among the na- 
tions a widespread intellectual revolt against traditional belief. In 
every corner of the world there is the same phenomenon of the de- 
cay of established religions. Among Mohammedans, Jews, Budd- 
hists. Brahmins traditionary creeds are losing their hold. An in- 
tellectual revolution is sweeping over the world, breaking down 
established opinions, dissolving foundations on which historical 
faiths have been built up. Old superstitions are loosening their 
grasp. The dead crust of fossil faiths is being shattered by the 
movements of life underneath." 

The signs of the times seem to warrant such a statement touch- 
ing the papal and the pagan worlds, but have we vision strong 
and clear enough to see the unfoldings of Providence? If it be true 
that established religions are decaying and traditionary creeds are 
losing their hoMs, is it also true that the fundamental principles 
which underlie all' missionary movement are getting a stronger 
hold upon the church of Jesus Christ? That is a pregnant question 
and worthy of our earnest consideration. Do we intelligently appre- 
hend and heartily believe in the sovereignty of Christ, the command 
of Christ, and the example of Christ? 

God is giving us abundant encouragement to prosecute the great 
work committed to us by opening new doors and by blessing our 
labors. Reports from the foreign fields were never more cheering. 
The Board in its last report informs us that during the Convention 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 37 

year there were two thousand two hundred and thirty-one baptisms, 
and that the receipts were $283,415.88. This is the largest amount 
the Board has ever received in one year, and was sufficient to meet 
the expenses even after a great enlargement of the work. From 
May. 1904, to May, 1905, the Board sent out fifty recruits to our 
force upon the foreign field, and since last May sixteen others have 
gone to reinforce the workers in regions beyond. 

God has greatly blessed us, as we can see by the growth of our 
work in ten years. We give figures for 1895 and 1905. Then we 
had 91 missionaries, now 181; then 85 churches on the fields, now 
194: then 22 church buildings, now 132; then 1503 Sunday school 
scholars, now 5.49G; then 581 baptisms for the year, this year 2,231; 
then a total membership of 3,493 after fifty years' work, now 11,423; 
then the contribution for the year was $135,435.02, this year it is 
$283,415.88. 

The reports from China are especially gratifying. Baptisms are 
frequent and the places of worship are inadequate to accommodate 
the people who are eager to hear the gospel. 

God, by his Providence, has opened wide the door of the great 
empire of Russia. Quickly, almost miraculously, the people have 
had granted to them freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and 
freedom of conscience. It is a field peculiarly adapted to the recep- 
tion of Baptist principles. There are many thousands — even mil- 
lions — of persons who are already Baptists except in name, which 
they could not assume because of the prohibition of the govern- 
ment. The field is white, the opportunity is ours to-day, and unless 
it is promptly improved, may be lost, 

Japan is a most hopeful field, and is now ready to receive the 
gospel. Its influence over China increases its importance in mis- 
sionary thought and effort. 

For the last Convention year North Carolina stood seventh in the 
list of States contributing to the Board. 

In view of the increased demands, our enlarged responsibilities, 
and our general prosperity, your committee would recommend that 
the churches of North Carolina be requested to raise for another 
year $30,000, instead of $23,000. 

Respectfully submitted, A. B. Dunaway. 

The report was discussed by A. B. Dimaway and K, J. Wil- 
lingham, Corresponding Secretary of the Foreign Mission 
Board, after which the report was adopted. 

After various announcements, the Convention adjourned, 
with benediction by A, B. Dunaway. 



38 MINUTES. OF THE 

THIRD DAY— MORNIIS^G SESSION. 

Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 8, 1905. 

The Convention met at 9:30 a. m., and the devotional exer- 
cises were conducted by C. B. Justice. 

The record of yesterday's proceedings was read and ap- 
proved. 

The following resolution offered by W. C. Tyree was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That we heartily thank the kind reporters of the different 
secular papers for the full and admirable reports they are giving of 
our sessions; and we desire to express sincere gratitude and highest 
appreciation of the splendid Wake Forest supplement published by 
the Neics and Observer this morning. 

R. G. Seymour, of Philadelphia, Bible Secretary of the 
American Publication Society, then addressed the Convention 
on the work of the Society. 

The following telegram was read. 

Louisville, Ky., Dec. 7, 1905. 
Baptist State Convention, Raleigh, N. C: 

Greetings from North Carolina men at Seminary. Colossians, 
second chapter, fifth verse. Isaiah, fifty-eighth chapter, eighth 
through twelfth verse. 

Chas. E. Maddry and W. F. Powell. 

The Secretary was instructed to make suitable response on 
the part of the Convention. 

B. J. W. Graham, representing Christian Index, Atlanta, 
was recosTiized and welcomed to a seat. 

The report on State Missions was offered by M. L. Kesler, 

as follows: 

STATE MISSIONS. 

State Missions, after these years of wonderful success, has not 
finished its task, but just now is well on the field to do a larger work 
than ever before. The value of this work as a means of uniting and 
solidifying our fighting line can scarcely be estimated. As a people 
we are not by organization or church courts nor so much by creed, 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 39 

but rather we are held together in harmony by doing the great and 
fundamental things that are to bring about the triumphant king- 
dom of our Lord. It is a means of bringing us into line for con- 
certed action and efficient work, work in all departments. And that 
which comes legitimately under the head of State Missions grows 
larger every year. 

THE COUNTRY. 

In recent years there has been added a new emphasis to the im- 
portance of pressing the work in many country districts. The cry 
that the people are leaving the country and going to town is far 
from being true. Good roads, free delivery routes, and telephone 
lines are taking the town to the country perhaps more than they are 
bringing the country to town. In fact, there has set in a tide from 
the town to the country. Prosperity has reached the farmer. His 
lands have become valuable, and as the towns grow there will be 
an ever-increasing demand for the products of the soil. So we can 
easily see the tremendous importance of taking these destitute sec- 
tions for Christ. 

WOKK IX THE TOWNS. 

Work in the factory towns especially. This has been called our 
problem — I prefer to call it our task and our opportunity. In towns 
where Baptists are weak it is the place for the opening wedge. In 
Hiany of these the mission church of to-day will be the up-town 
cliurch to-morrov/, and church of vitality and power because it is 
a mission church. This birth mark, this initial force that marked 
its beginning lingers. Already in some of our manufacturing towns 
the majority of the superintendents and foremen in the factories are 
Baptists. In these mills there are boys who will rise to these po- 
sitions in the future. Thus we get right into the heart of the busy 
working life about us, and are thus better enabled to shape its 
con:mercial age at our doors. This is the day, and the very hour, 
to seize this opportunity. 

THE WEST AND THE EAST. 

Education in the west and evangelization in the east is the cry. 
All denominations have discovered the west. The people there are 
open to the light and capable of receiving it. 

As our Board does not build schools, the next best thing is to 
help secure educational pastors, who will foster and encourage edu- 
cation — all proper means of education. Some large schools are 
needed, but the great need is a little school house in every com- 
munity by every church. And further, there is need of a few men 
for the west who can do a general and directing work over large 
territories. 

The East is not without its educational needs, but its great need is 



40 MIlSrUTES OF THE 

evangelization. To the individual worker this is the most dis^cour- 
aging region in the State, but to the observer who compares periods 
it is most encouraging. These churches, carved out of hard-shellism 
and other isms, are becoming the most faithful bodies within our 
ranks. Let us hold this kingdom in the East. The work is very- 
great and the prospect glorious. 

M. L. Kesler, For Committee. 

The report was discussed bv M. L. Kesler, L. Johnson, 
W. H. Whitehead, Martin A. Wood. 

J. Y. Joyner offered the following, which was adopted : 

The "well done" of the Master, spoken through the sti'.l small 
voice of an approving conscience is ever the sweetest reward that 
any high soul can receive for an unselfish service done, and is the 
only reward that such a soul needs for such a service. The noblest 
service is always rendered in the Master's name and for his dear 
sake. Next to the performance of such a service, however, in up- 
lifting power, is the cultivation of a proper appreciation of it and 
the expression of that appreciation by those who witness its par- 
formance and who are blessed by it. So arduous have besn the 
duties of the Secretary of the State Board of Missions and Sunday 
Schools and of the Sunday School Missionary, and so faithful, so 
unselfish, so wise and so successful has been their performance of 
their duties during the past year, under the guidance and the bess- 
ing of our Almighty Father, that, while the State Board of Missions 
realized that their service was rendered from a higher motive than 
any mere approval of man, and that their reward was sweeter than 
any expression of approval that man could give, still the members 
of this Board felt that they owed it to themselves and to this Con- 
vention to pause for one brief moment here to-day to give a heart 
expression of appreciation to these faithful, consecrated brethren 
and to ask the members of this great Convention, for their own 
sake?, to join in this expression. Therefore, the State Board of Mis- 
sions at its last meeting, after a careful review of the work of the 
year, instructed me to commend to this body, in our Master's name, 
the services of these brethren, your servants, as deserving of your 
special recognition, your highest appreciation and your profoundest 
gratitude. And for the encouragement and inspiration of those that 
shall come after us, the Board has thought it not improper to 
request that this statement be spread upon the records of this Con- 
vention as a perpetual memorial of appreciation to these brethren 
and of humble gratitude to the Giver of all blessings. 

The report on State ]\lissioiis was then adojited. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 41 

R. J. Willingliain made a few remarks and called C. M. 
Rock, of Mag-nolia, to the platform, who told of his call and 
surrender for the Foreign Mission field. The Convention 
was led in prayer by Brother Willingham. 

The following were recognized and introduced: John 
Charles ]\reXeill, of Charlotte: James Dinwiddle, President 
of Peace Institute, Raleigh; G. T. Winston, President A. and 
M. College, Raleigh; J. B. Brewer, President Franklin Sem- 
inary, Virginia. 

The report of the Trustees of Wake Forest College not 
being ready for presentation, it was moved that it exchange 
places on the program with the report on Baptist Schools, 
which report was presented by J. W. Bailey, as follows: 

Your committee submits herewith a table of data concerning our 
Baptist schools, with the recommendation that it be printed in our 
minutes. 

We recommend — 

Second. That the Statistical Secretary of this Convention be 
authorized to collect annually similar data, and such other relating 
to our schools as may be desirable, and report to our Convention. 

Third. That the Committee on Baptist Schools be enlarged to 
fifteen members, seven of whom shall be W. L. Poteat, chairman; 
R. T. Yann. R. L. Moore, A. E. Brown, J. A. Campbell, W. N. Jones, 
J. C. Scarborough, F. P. Hobgood. 

Fourth. That this committee shall take in hand the task of unify- 
ing and building up our Baptist Educational interests, and from 
time to time recommend such "measures as may seem of value. 

Your present committee respectfully hand down to its successor — 
if it shall be appointed — the task of fixing the requirements for 
recognition by this body of an institution of learning as a Baptist 
Institution. J. W. Bailet. 



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BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 43 

SUMMARY. 

Number of institutions reporting 29 

Number of Associational secondary schools 16 

Number of Associational higher schools 1 

Number of Baptist secondary schools, privately owned 2 

Number of Baptist higher schools, privately owned 1 

Reporting to State Convention 4 

Teachers, male, 73; female, 107; pupils, male, 1,982; female, 1,820. 
Total, 3 802. Pupils in higher schools, male, 457; female, 524. Value 
of secondary school property, $168,000; value of higher school prop- 
erty, $445,000. Total value of school property, $613,000. Endowment, 
$388,500. Value of property and endowment, $1,001,000. 

The reiDort was spoken to by J. W. Bailey, John C. Scar- 
borongh, J. D. Hufham, when, the hour for adjournment 
having arrived, the morning session concluded with prayer 
by E. K. Overby. 



THIRD DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION. 

The Convention reassembled at 3 o'clock, President Jones 
in the chair. 

The following resolution, presented by M. A. Adams, was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed to arrange an 
order of business and report immediately after the organization of 
the next Baptist State Convention, and that our Secretaries be in- 
structed to cause the enrollment blanks to be distributed at the door 
of the church and collected before the preaching of the annual ser- 
mon. 

The report on Sunday Schools was submitted by John A. 
Oates, as follows: 

REPORT ON SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

The Sunday school is finding its place. It is beginning to enter 
into its own in the life of the home and the church. Not long since 
it was reckoned as- a place only for children and run by women and 
good only as a trough through which the little one was to pass from 
childhood into church membership. 

And so its whole work was aimed at the little child, with a sug- 



44 MINUTES OF THE 

gestion to older ones that they would be welcome if they desired to 
come. 

But the age of expansion has made itself felt in our religious as 
well as in our commercial and national life. The Sunday school has 
expanded. It has gone upward for power, outward for the people, 
and inward for preparation. It aims now to be a great spiritual and 
educational institution, reaching for every soul within its sphere 
and teaching intelligently and practically the things of eternal life. 

One of the most glorious signs of the new awakening is the larger 
interest of the pastors in this spring of power, this engine, this 
dynamo, whose possibilities are measured only by the purposes of 
God and the co-operation cf man. 

Our pastors are seeing that it is not enough to be present in Spirit 
only, but that tangible evidence of their interest is necessary in the 
actual sessions of the school. Their leadership, their counsel, their 
wise help and participation are essential. 

Another potent factor in better, bigger, broader, busier schools is 
the creation of class spirit by the wise organization of the classes, so 
as to give them an individuality, an individual work to do, and a 
special c^ass of people to reach. The greater possibilities of the 
Sunday school call for everybody at work and everybody at work at 
the same time with a definite aim. North Carolina Baptists are 
reaping richly from the special efforts and systematic work done 
through the past decade in arousing and training the workers. 

We make bold to say that no department of our State work shows 
better dividends than the $1,500 put into the Sunday school field 
work. If it were only $.5,000 we could loose our Secretary's hands 
and let him go where his heart and head are leading him. 

Pitched on the present basis the work was practically self-sup- 
porting this year. Our people are beginning to see and appreciate 
the practical results. 

We urge that the claims of this department be laid before our 
people as an independent, constructive work, calling to them for con- 
tributions, rather than charity, for support in addition to sympathy. 

We want to see this work widened, so that in addition to the 
splendid Institutes, training schools and special work by corres- 
pondence and publication now done, the Sunday School Department 
may become a tremendous agency in the silent evangelism of tract 
distribution and colportage work. 

As North Carolina changes from a rural to an urban population, 
from a farming to a manufacturing people, our Sunday school work 
must meet these changing conditions and measure up to the de- 
mands of the hour. 

We recommend a continuation of the existing plan whereby the 
Sunday school field work is aided, if necessary, by the State Mission 
Board. At the same time we believe that if this object is properly 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 45 

presented by our pastors and superintendents, that this department 
will receive not only enough funds for the work on the present 
basis, but for its needed enlargement and extension. 

Our aim should be, not only a Baptist Sunday school in every 
Baptist church, but a Baptist Sunday school in reach of every man, 
woman and child in the State. 

J. A. Gates. 

R. D. Cross. 

Jno. Freeman. 

J. H. Tucker. 

A. C. Davis. 

D. P. Bridges. 

The report Avas discussed by John A. Gates, B. W, Spilman 
and N. B. Broughton, and adopted. 

The report on Baptist Schools was further discussed by 
F. P. Hobgood, and adopted. 

The report of the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest Col- 
lege was presented by W. C. Tyree, chairman of the Board, 
and received, as follows: 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST 

COLLEGE. 

The condition of the College is in many ways satisfactory. The 
number of students, 325, is now larger than it ever was at this stage 
of the session. Excepting two cases of protracted illness their gen- 
eral health has been good. Their responsiveness to the standards 
of the College is admirable. Their religious tone and spirit are 
most gratifying. A special series of meetings soon after the be- 
ginning of the session yielded gracious results. Eighty-eight per 
cent, of the present student body are church members. The organ- 
ized religious work among them embraces a larger number, and is 
in better shape than ever before. 

The poMcy of the management of the institution is to keep the 
out-go within the income. But the time has now come for a distinct 
enlargement both of the teaching force and of equipment. God has 
greatly blessed this child of the Convention hitherto, and now calls 
it forth into a larger opportunity. As heretofore, so now, it makes 
confidently its appeal to the large and united constituency which is 
its best asset. 

The Convention was addressed by AV. L. Poteat, President 
of the College, and by E. M. Poteat, President of Furman 
T^niversitv. 



46 MINUTES OF THE 

The following resolution was offered by J. W. Bailey, 
which, after remarks by J. W. Bailey, E. C. Dargan, C. F. 
Meserve, E. D. Cameron, J. D. Hiifham, J, N, Prestridge, 
H. W. Battle, and H. C. Dockery, was unanimously adopted 
by a rising vote : 

Resolved, That this Convention propose to the churches that they 
undertake right away to raise $150,000 for the endowment fund of 
Walce Forest College, and to this end that the Trustees of the Col- 
lege be authorized to devise ways and means. 

The following resolution, offered by J. J. Hall, was 
adopted : 

Whereas, There are in the State of North Carolina 12,000 to 
15,000 believers known as Free-will Baptists, who stand with us in 
the great distinguishing doctrine and practice of Believers' Bap- 
tism ; therefore, 

Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed, of which com- 
mittee Livingston Johnson shall be a member, to open correspon- 
dence with them, with a view, if advisable, of bringing about a closer 
relationship. 

The President appointed the following as the committee: 
Livingston Johnson, J. J. Hall, and B. W. Spilman. 

The following were appointed as the committee called for 
in the report on Baptist Schools: L. Johnson, C. J. Hunter, 
B. Cade, J. W. Bailey, J. M. Stoner, W. R. Bradshaw, F. D. 
Hale. 

C. J. Hunter, for the Committee on Place and Preachers 
for next session, reported as follows : Place — Greensboro ; 
Preachers — F. D. Hale ; alternate, B. W. N. Simms. 

B. W. Spilman offered the following resolution, which was 
adopted : 

Be it resolved, 1. That a committee of five be appointed to take 
into consideration the matter of securing one or more assembly 
grounds. 

2. That this committee report to the next session of the Conven- 
tion. 

A fraternal message from John Mitchell was read to the 
Convention. 



BAPTIST STATE COXV^KNTION. 4:7 

The invitation of the Tabernacle choir to a musical recital 
to-morrow at 4 p. m. was accepted. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by E. H. 
Marsh. 



THIRD DAY— EVEITING SESSION 

The Convention met at 7 :30 o'clock, and was led in prayer 
by J. F. Love, of Arkansas. 

The following new pastors were, by Livingston Johnson, 
introduced to the Convention : I. M. Mercer, of Washington ; 
E. D. Cameron, Rockingham ; M. A. Adams, of Union ; R. L. 
Gay, Windsor; J. W. Wildman, Chapel Hill. 

The chair announced the Committee to Nominate the Board 
of Aged Minister's Relief, as follows : C. S. Cash well, A. W. 
Setzer, A. R. Love, J. A. Stradley, E. H. Jones, J. W. 
Suttle, F. M. Jordan. 

C. W. Scarborough, for the committee, offered the report 
on the Orphanage, as follows: 

ORPHANAGE. 

Twenty-one years ago, and in this building, some of our Baptist 
people, who believed that we as a denomination ought to establish 
an orphanage, came out from the Convention then in session with 
the First Baptist church, and seriously discussed our duty to the 
children of our dead brethren and sisters. That was in December, 
1884. On November 11, 1885, the first child was enrolled in Thomas- 
villc Baptist Orphanage. 

Before that time, and for years afterwards, there was no one 
among us whose heart was so full of this Christ-like work and who 
could so put this work into the hearts of our people and upon their 
consciences as J. H. Mills. He came to the kingdom for a work 
like that. Our people have never lost a heart-beat for it from that 
day to this. It is in the hearts of our people to-day. 

The trustees met near Thomasville in the woods, looked up to Him 
in whom the fatherless findeth mercy; he heard them, and is lead- 
ing them to-day. 

What growth we have made: Nine dormitories, with one or two 
more in prospect, the central school building, central dining hall. 



48 MINUTES OF THE 

homes for the General Manager and Treasurer, printing office, shops, 
infirmary, some necessary farm buildings, a fairly good supply of 
farm implements, four mules, one horse, some cows and hogs, four 
hundred acres of land, a well of living water, a splendid sewerage 
system — these things with bequests and equipments we have. They 
are worth in round numbers $200,000. 

When the foundations had been laid in the hearts of the people, 
we needed a builder and organizer. God gave him to us in the per- 
son of J. B. Boone. From the day that Bro. Boone began his splen- 
did work at the Orphanage till he resigned the Orphanage grounds 
were not clear of the debris of new buildings. Men saw that he was 
building wisely and gave freely. While the Orphanage lives, his 
name will be honored for his wise persistence, resulting in our well 
of living water, and making possible the present sewerage system 
for which he plead so long. The graded school was his plan, the 
central dining hall is the result of his thought. We owe much to 
him for the greater capacity of the shops, and the enlargement and 
development of Charity and Children. 

Another thing we have, perhaps the best of all — a debt of $11,000. 
It is to be hoped that when the returns are all in from thanksgiving 
offerings this will be obliterated. 

While it is a fact that we are doing work at less cost per orphan 
(perhaps too little) than any other Orphanage in the State, some 
things look us in the face: The cost of living is increasing, the 
number of children to be cared for is greater, and there is a crying 
necessity for even better equipment. This means that we must put 
the Orphan-age still more on the hearts of the people. Charily and 
Children must go into more homes, and we must go to work to turn 
streams of benevolence from every Baptist church and Sunday 
School in the State into the Orphanage treasuiT- 

A word as to our General Manager must close this report. We 
believe in him, we think God gave him to us. But he did not come 
to us full grown. His thoughts had been running in grooves homi- 
letic, in his work as preacher and pastor it had not been expected 
that he should be a man of alfairs. The work is new to him and he 
needs that we shall be patient with him. He does not know every- 
thing about running an Orphanage. He will learn. Be patient, 
brethren. He needs to know that we sympathize with him. He 
needs more than all, our prayers. 

The report was discussed bj C. W. Scarborough, M. L. 
Kesler, General Manager of the Orphanage, and adopted. 

The President appointed the following as the Committee 
on Assembly Ground, as called for by rrsolnticn this after- 



BAPTIST STATE CONVEi\TION. 49 

noon: J. H. Tucker, B. W. Spilman, Hight C. Moore, N. B. 
Bronghton, and II. W. Battle. 

The report on Home Missions was offered by T. G. Wood, 
as follows : 

REPORT ON HOME MISSIONS. 

"The Southern Baptist Convention has set its Home Board to a 
task colossal in proportions, and transcendently important in its 
bearings on the destiny of our home land and of the whole earth." 
Many, difficult, and varied are the problems given it for solution. 

The immense territory to be covered, the complex civilization it 
has to encounter, the changing life of our people, together with the 
lack of training in the forces to be relied on for the work, are 
enough tc appall the staunchest heart. But with great wisdom, a 
daring that makes one gasp at its sublime audacity, and a faith in 
his constituency that makes us ashamed to lag, our incomparable 
Secretary and his Board are heroically addressing themselves to the 
solving of these momentous and far-reaching problems. 

Quoting from the literature of the Board some faint idea may be 
formed of the immensity and intricacy of the work committed to 
their hands. 

'•A Southern Territory containing 25,000,000 of people— 9.000,000 
of whom are negroes, and 5,000,000 foreigners. 

Priest-ridden Cuba, illiterate and impoverished, with its 1,500,000 
souls blinded and prejudiced by a religion worse than none at all. 

The mountain regions of North and South Carolina, Georgia. Ten- 
nessee, Alabama and Kentucky, comprising 149 counties, and a 
population of two millions, 98 per cent of whom are white, and 65 
ptr cent of whom are Baptists. 

Great Cities, into which 40 per cent of our population is already 
congested, and toward which there is a constantly growing stream 
of foreigners, and of our young men and women from the farms and 
villages. 

A rapidly increasing foreign element, who, if not met and con- 
quered by the gospel of Christ will introduce all too soon among 
us riot and bloodshed. In this matter new elements in our civiliza- 
tion are to be reckoned with, new faces are appearing at our doors. 
In 1885 a circle drawn on the map of Europe, including the sources 
of our immigration, would have had its centre at Paris. In 1905 
the same circle on the map of Europe would find its centre at Con- 
stantinople! That tells the story. During the past year, from 
these countries came sweeping in at our gates 800,000 persons. 
These know nothing, and care less for our institutions. They drift 
to the cities and colonize. New York City has within it a Hebrew 



50 MliSrOTES OF THE 

city larger than Jerusalem, a German city larger than Dresden, an 
Italian city larger than Venice, and a Scandinavian city larger than 
any three cities combined of Norway and Sweden. And the story 
is reduplicated in all our city life. 

Added to all this manifold sphere of obligation and opportunity 
is the Negro and his problem; and who but the white man at his 
side, and whose ways he loves to imitate, can so acceptably tell him 
of the Christ, and successfully help him in the working out of his 
destiny?" 

What is being done? Much every way, but a glimpse only can be 
given here: 

1. Mountain Missions and Schools. 

Rev. A. E. Brown, of Asheville, N. C, a man of God, a tireless 
worker with a holy mission to his mountain people, has been put in 
charge of this work. His time is spent in locating strategic points 
for schools, addressing associations, conventions and churches, and 
raising funds for the erection of buildings and the enlargement of 
school facilities. At last Convention 18 schools were reported hav- 
ing an enrollment of 4,000 pupils. In some schools every unsaved 
student has been brought to Christ. 

2. Work Among the Negroes. 

Good progress has been made during the j'ear under the co-opera- 
tive plan, and the work is full of promise. No people need our help 
more, and we believe the whole matter of dealing with the Negro 
should be left to the wisdom and discretion of the Board. 

3. Work in Cities. 

The Board has done notable service in Baltimore, Memphis, St 
Louis, New Orleans, Galveston, and other places. These all are 
great radiating points of influence and power, and the whole in- 
come of the Board could be wisely spent in firmly establishing our 
cause in these strategic centres. 

J). Cuba, Isle of Pines and Panama. 

In Cuba the Board is working at eleven places, but Havana is the 
stronghold. We must double our forces there, for through this 
city, containing one-sixth of the population, we shall be able to in- 
fluence the whole island. Isle of Pines and Panama are new fields. 
The former is another link in our chain of missions extending from 
Tampa, Key West and Havana on to Panama, while the latter, by 
reason of the Isthmian Canal, is destined to grow to large propor- 
tions. 

5. Church Building Loan Fund. 

In many districts, notably Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma 



BxVPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 51 

and Indian Territory, our cause is well nigh paralyzed for lack of 
church buildings. The Board is pleading for a large fund to help 
these struggling churches. The W. M. U. is trying to complete the 
Tichenor Memorial of $20,000 for this purpose. 

6. Statistics. 

Here are a few figures from the report of 1905: 

Missionaries, 718; baptisms, 10,551; additions by letter, 10,019; 
total additions, 20,570. 

The receipts of the Board were $145,705.31, the W. M. Union con- 
tributing in cash $30,698. 

In view of the greatly enlarged work of this Board, and to make 
our giving commensurate with its needs, and proportioned to that 
for State and Foreign Missions, we recommend that the churches 
raise for this work next year the sum of $20,000. 

Respectfully submitted, T. G. Wood. 

The report was discussed by T. G. Wood ; J. F. Love, of 
Arkansas ; and B. D. Gray, Corresponding Secretary of the 
Home Board, Atlanta ; and the report was adopted. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by B. D. Gray. 



FOURTH DAY— MORNING SESSION. 

Devotional exercises were conducted by W. R. Cullom. 
The minutes of yesterday Avere read and approved. 
C. W. Scarborough offered the following report of the com- 
mittee appointed a year ago : 

The committee to establish, if possible, organic connection be- 
tween our Convention and the Thomasville Baptist Orphanage, made 
advances to the Board of Trustees at their last annual meeting, ex- 
pressing the wish of the Convention. The committee asked the 
Trustees of the Orphanage to express their wish in the matter, and 
to suggest some basis on which the connection might be established. 
I quote the action of the Trustees of the Orphanage expressed in a 
resolution: 

"That the Board of Trustees for the Orphanage make, through 
the General Manager, an annual report of the work of the Orphan- 
age to the Baptist State Convention, as has been the custom of the 
Trustees of Wake Forest College." 

Your committee would recommend that the Convention accept this 
as satisfactory. C. W. Scarkorough, 

For Committee. 



52 MINUTES OF THE 

The report of the Committee on Temperance was subjnitted 
by Archibald Johnson, and adopted, as follows: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE. 

The question of temperance is a very absorbing and vital one. 
"We are glad to note the substantial and steady progress the cause 
has made in the past few years, and the desire to re-affirm our en- 
dorsement of the temperance legislation secured by the passage of 
the Watts and the Ward laws, and to pledge our moral support to 
the execution of these as well as of all local laws for the suppres- 
sion and control of the liquor traffic. 

Archibald Johnson, 
F. D. Hale, 
C. W. Mitchell, 
Henry Sheets, 
M. A. Wood, 
J. W. Cobb, 
' R. J. Batejian. 

The following resolution was offered by Livingston John- 
son, and adopted: 

Resolved, That the Convention meet next year, on Wednesday 
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at which time the organization will be ef- 
fected, and the coming session be given to the Introductory Sermon. 

The report of the Committee on Woman's Work was offered 
by C. F. Meserve, as follows: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON WOMAN'S WORK. 

In all departments of work for the advancement of the Master's 
kingdom, woman has always borne a prominent part. Her untiring 
zeal and consecrated devotion have been most akin to that of the 
Master himself. Surprising and gratifying are the results that are 
shown by the work^of the year just closed. Of the sixty Associa- 
tions in North Carolina, there are fortj'^-nine that have missionary 
societies to the number of six hundred and twenty-five, with a mem- 
bership of ll,07fi. Their contributions for the year aggregated 
$17,158.49. the societies of the Mount Zion Association leading with 
contributions of $1,910.27. In the report prepared by Brother Hight 
C. Moore, the Statistical Secretary of the Convention, we find that 
while something less than one-sixteenth of the total membership is 
in these societies, yet they gave during the year nearly one-fourth 
of the total contributions of the State for Home and Foreign Mis- 
sions. With such an earnest and devoted band of sisters under 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 5d 

the talented and devoted leadership of Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, we 
are confident that even greater results will be achieved for the sup- 
port and extension of the mission cause both at home and abroad. 

C. F. Meserve, 

C. G. Wells. 

J. E. M. Davenpoet. 

W. B. Waff. 

A. G. Wilcox. 

L. M. Curtis. 

J. M. HOLLEMAN. 

The report was discussed by C. F. Meserve and adopted. 

C. S. Cashwell, for the Committee to JSTominate Minister's 
Relief Board, made their report, which was adopted. [See 
List of Boards of Convention.] 

The report on Ministerial Education was submitted by 
R. 1^. Simms, and adopted after discussion by R. N. Simms 
and W. R. Ciillom, as follows : 

REPORT ON MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

[We regret that the Chairman of this committee was called away 
from the Convention without having either written a report or 
called the committee together, and that we are for that reason forced 
to submit the following report, hastily prepared by the Vice-Chair- 
man during the last few hours] : 

A man declared some time ago that he never hjsard of a Baptist 
preacher being robbed. He attributed it to a special protective 
care of heaven, but one of his hearers remarked that it was entirely 
attributable to the keen ability of the pickpockets to recognize 
monied men. 

That must have been a Baptist preacher who, being suddenly 
awakened, found himself facing the pistol of a burglar who com- 
manded him not to move on peril of his life. The preacher man- 
aged to falter out: "What are you doing in here?" when the burglar 
replied, "I'm looking for money." The householder said in cheerful 
tone, "Well, then, I'll help you in the search." His spirit of help- 
fulness was like that of a Baptist preacher, not to mention his 
apparent financial condition. 

Baptist preachers are proverbially poor. We can afford to declare 
it. We can better jest about it than to shed tears. We ought to be 
proud to declare it. It is to their glory that it is true. It is pos- 
sibly not to the glory of us laymen, who ought to pay them better 
salaries and then keep them promptly paid; but it is to the glory 
of our preachers that they are not money-makers. 



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Andrew Carnegie's weH known declaration that, "It is a dis- 
grace for a man to die rich," would have had even more truth in it 
if he had substituted the word "preacher" instead of "man." Cer- 
tainly no Baptist preacher has any business dying rich unless he 
was born that way, and even then it is questionable whether loyalty 
to his Master would allow him to retain riches. 

But there are not enough of them born rich to count. God calls 
poor boys to be Baptist preachers. Thus He has for His ministry 
men who, coming up out of poverty into that goodly measure of 
prosperity, which every church ought to bestow on its pastor, are 
able to sympathize with every class of people, and thus, like their 
Master, be touched with a feeling of the infirmities of all. 

No boy ought to be too poor to become a Baptist preacher; and no 
Baptist preacher ought to be too poor to obtain an education. The 
money of his brethren ought to be his; and this ought to date from 
the time when God lays his hand upon him and bids him preach. 
He wears God's livery upon his spirit from that hour, and it were 
shame for God's men to let his physical body be covered with rags. 
We are selfishly wrong in withholding a support from a preacher 
until he is fitted to pastor a church. He is serving God while 
training his mind for his service, and is then worthy of his hire. 
Surely the day has gone by when we need to argue that God's mes- 
sengers ought to be educated. When not school-educated they must 
he self-educated; for educated men they ever have been and must 
ever be. They can be educated in the schools in about one-tenth of 
the time in which they could dig out an education by their own 
unaided efforts. To enforce upon them this loss of time from the 
active service of Christ were a crime when God bids us hasten the 
message to all mankind and speed the triumph of His Son. Sloth- 
fulness is treason in the service of our King. 

We Baptists of North Carolina have done a good work along this 
line. Our fathers established Wake Forest College primarily for 
this purpose. If only our efforts in this behalf were as strenuous 
and our contributions proportionately as large we should have no 
need for anything but praise in this report. 

This last year there has been expended for this purpose at Wake 
Forest College by Dr. W. R. Cullom, the efficient Treasurer and 
Corresponding Secretary of the Board, having charge of this work, 
about $4,000. TMs was also approximately the total receipts of the 
year for this purpose. Tliis fall there are 58 men receiving aid 
from this source. Last year there were 47 at the corresponding 
period. Of course this increase of about 23 per cent in the number 
of men to be supported calls for a corresponding increase in the 
funds to be raised. 

Brethren, the report may seem good — in one sense it is, it shows 
improvemeflt — but it is almost a shame to us. We have been put- 



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ting this work aside too much and too long. Let us rally around it 
in the daj's to come, and while God calls men to be his ministers 
and calls us to their support, let us be as quick to answer, "Here am 
I," as we would have them to be. R. N. Simms, 

T ice-Chairman for the Committee. 

The President recognized in the audience Bishop Cheshire, 
of the Diocese of jSTorth Carolina, who addressed the Conven- 
vention with brief remarks. 

W. R. Gwaltnej offered the following, which after remarks 
by W. R. Gwaltney, R. T. Vann, C. F. Meserve, J. C. Scar- 
borough, Jno. E. Ray and F. P. Hobgood, was imanimously 
adopted : 

Forty years ago the first day of this month Henry Martin Tupper 
began the work of establishing Shaw University. This institution 
has grown until she is now the largest Baptist institution in the 
world for the education of colored young men and women. The 
leaders of the colored Baptists of North Carolina, a majority of the 
educated clergy, many ministers in other States and several mis- 
sionaries to Africa received their training at Shaw University. She 
has rendered a grand service to North Carolina and the world, and 
we commend her for her continued and persistent efforts in training 
her students to be God fearing, law abiding, quiet, industrious and 
self-supporting citizens. 

The report of the Trustees of the Baptist University for 
Women was read, as follows : 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE BAPTIST UNIVERSITY 
FOR WOMEN. 

By the blessing of God we are permitted to report the promise of 
a highly successful session. The college roll shows the names of 
324 students, eleven more than were enrolled during the last fall 
term. It is pleasant to state that each session reveals a gratifying 
improvement in the preparation of our girls, a fact which speaks 
well for the efficiency and widening influence of our secondary 
schools. 

Two cases of fever, contracted before the students left home, de- 
veloped within a few days after the opening of school. But the 
patients were promptly sent home and no other cases have ap- 
peared. The general health of the school has been remarkably 
good. 



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Miss Mary S. Abbott has been secured as Lady Principal in place 
of Mrs. Anderson, resigned, and has addressed herself to her task 
with energy, tact, firmness, and gentleness. 

Miss Gibbs was compelled by the continued illness of her mother 
to resign the Chair of History, and Miss Caroline W. Blair, A.M., of 
Columbian University, has been elected in her p]ace. 

Miss Caroline B. Phelps, A.M., of Adrian College, and O. M., of 
Emerson College of Oratory, has succeeded I\Iiss Bowman as teacher 
01 Expression and Physical Culture. The work of physical training 
and exercise for the students has been so extended and systematized 
that we have been compelled to employ an assistant to Miss Phelps, 
We seem to have been fortunate in securing for this position Miss 
Gertrude Royster, an adept in her calling. 

Miss Lanneau has resigned to take a course in the Seminary at 
Louisville, and Miss Jane Wood Parry, B.A,, of Waynesburg College, 
Pa., has been elected assistant in Latin and Modern Languages. 

Misses Hopkins and Decker, having retired as Principal of the 
Voice Department and Assistant in Piano respectively, their p'aces 
have been filled by the election of Mrs. Florence B. Appy and Miss 
Grace L. Cronkhite. The former was trained in the Michigan Nor- 
mal Conservatory, the IMusical Conservatory of Detroit, and under 
tho direction of Ida Fletcher Norton, of Boston, and IMadam Ohrs- 
trom-Renard, of New York. Mrs. Appy was already well known in 
Raleigh, having taught in the University through its first session. 
Miss Cronkhite comes from the New England Conservatory, the 
Metropolitan College of Music, New York, and the School of Moritz 
Moszkowski, of Paris. 

The unusual number of music pupils has made necessary the em- 
ployment of another assistant in piano, and Miss Florence Stone, of 
the New England Conservatory, is doing that extra work to our 
enlire satisfaction. 

The number of officers and teachers in the school is now 32. 

The discipline is mainly in the hands of the students themselves 
as a self-governed body, and the results, so far, are very gratifying. 
There has been during the present term no case calling for punish- 
ment of any kind more than keeping one off the Honor Roll. 

The constant growth of the school, in the number of teachers and 
pupils and in its grade of instruction, demands a pretty steady in- 
crease in facilities and equipment, and also a gradual extension of 
its plant. We are already in pressing need of a gymnasium, a 
music hall and auditorium, a field for outdoor gymnastics, and a 
larger endowment fund. 

We have noted with grateful joy the marks of spiritual life among 
our students. A series of special revival services, and sometimes 
two, are held each session. Last spring a revival broke out in the 
students' prayer-meetings and their Y. W. C. A., which resulted in 



BAPTIST STATE COXVEXTION. 57 

several professions and reclamations. A girls' prayer-meeting, 
largely attended, is held for twenty minutes every evening just 
after supper. Three classes meet weekly for special study of the 
Bible, in addition to the regular class work in this department. A 
livo and vigorous Y. W. C. A. conducts its services every Sunday 
night in the chapel; and six classes meet weekly for mission study. 
Last session eight students and one teacher consecrated themselves 
to the foreign field, and the teacher is now taking a mission course 
in our Seminary. With the blessing of God, we are looking for the 
Christian training that our students receive in the institution to tell 
largely on their home churches in future years. 

After remarks bj O. L. Stringfield, H. W. Battle, John C. 
Scarborough and Stephen Mclntyre, the report was adopted. 

The chair announced the following Committee to Arrange 
Order of Business for ^ext Session: Livingston Johnson, 
J. W. Bailey, M. A. Adams, H. W. Battle, and W. R. Cullom. 

J. C. Massee, for the Committee on Religions Exercises, 
read the appointments for preaching in the various pulpits in 
Raleigh and vicinity. 

The report of the Committee on General Education was 
offered by G. T, Lumpkin, as follows : 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON GENERAL EDUCATION. 

Education is an essential factor in the development of men for 
every avenue of life. If a man would have a part In the world's 
progress, if he will give expression to his best aspirations, he must 
meet the issues of life with a superior intelligence and trained facul- 
ties. The universal appeal of the world is for a man. Over the 
wires of business, from the halls of government and the open fields 
of missionary endeavor, the call comes for men. But with every 
call is linked the condition, "he must be a prepared man." 

And North Carolina is neither asleep to this call nor indifferent 
to this condition. Youthful hearts are stirred with higher aspira- 
tions and nobler ideals, and they are knocking at the doors of our 
institutions. A new day is dawning. Our beloved ex-Governor 
Chas. B. Aycock, made his administration memorable and his name 
immortal by his splendid interest in the development of public edu- 
cation and his untiring efforts in blazing out the pathway to edu- 
cational triumphs in our beloved State. We commend every effort 
of every man for the training of our sons and daughters. And 
with peculiar interest and special gratitude do Baptists mark every 



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step of progress. With emphatic appeal do we plead for an educated 
people, and with strenuous efforts we should contribute to the sup- 
port and improvement of general education. 

For everj' advanced step in the march of intelligence has been a 
day's journey in Baptist achievement and a step towards the ulti- 
mate triumph of its eternal principles. Romanism, with all its 
ceremonialisms and externals, must die when the night of ignorance 
is banished before the rising sun of universal intelligence. And 
from all Protestant denomir>ations must fall the borrowed remnants 
of Medieval superstition, when from an open Bible educated men 
and women read the eternal truth. 

To understand the vital relation of Baptists to this great ques- 
tion we must know that the best preparation includes the heart as 
well as the mind, that character as well as culture is essential in 
human development. We must not forget the words of Mr. Froude, 
"Education," says he, "has two aspects; on the one side it is the 
cultivation of man's reason and on the other the development of his 
spiritual nature." And this definition not only gives place for the 
Christian training in education, but makes it an essential factor. 
To this spiritual phase of education Baptist people must give their 
special attention. For this does not come within the province of the 
State. 

Right well have North Carolina Baptists arisen to meet this obli- 
gation. Many well-equipped and well-manned schools do we pos- 
sess, and loyal is the support. 

Wake Forest, the pride of North Carolina, leads the list estab- 
lished by the zeal and sacrifice of our fathers, embalmed in the 
hearts of our people, and living upon the lips of our sons and 
daughters she stands, loved, praised, protected, supported. Her past 
is glorious, her present unsurpassed, her future is great. 

The University for Women, the loving and much loved sister, 
graces and adds beauty to our capital city. Bound together by pe- 
culiar interests and bonds of kindred affection, these two institu- 
tions have locked hands around the hearts of the Baptists of this 
State from the mountains to the sea. Chowan Female Institute, 
Oxford Seminary and other schools, strong, well equipped and favor- 
ably located, throw open their doors to our boys and girls, and ask 
for a well deserved patronage. 

And now, with these splendid and even prophetic advantages sug- 
gested, may your committee be allowed to note the following obser- 
vations: 

First. That not more than 98 per cent of the boys and girls of our 
State attend any school of higher education, due largely to the fact 
that the present system of the State fails to furnish to the larger 
majority of our children the opportunity of adequate preparation. 
Thousands of our boys and girls have not the advantages of the 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 59 

graded schools. And these graded schools, when accessible, are not 
doing this preparatory work, nor indeed can they do it as well as 
private and denominational academies. As a result of this, a fatal 
gap exists between the country school and the college, which pre- 
vents many a young man and woman from reaching the higher 
schools of learning. 

And this leads up to the second observation, namely, the need of 
schools for this intermediate step. And the success of Buie's Creek, 
"Winterville and others tell us in emphatic terms that here is a field 
for most profitable and helpful endeavor. 

With these observations upon your 'mind, your committee wishes 
to recommend: 

First. That we commend and lend our influence to every effort in 
our State for the better training of our youth. 

Secondly. That we give special attention to this work of academic 
training until every boy and girl af North Carolina shall have the 
opportunity to prepare for the higher schools of learning. 

Thirdly. That we give our most earnest support to every effort 
of our brethren who are giving their life to this phase of school 
work, and by prayer and effort labor to establish a splendid system 
of preparatory schools all over our State, that shall be the continual 
feeder of our Baptist colleges. 
Respectfully submitted, 

G. T. Lumpkin, 

L. R. Pruitt, 

C. W. Blaxchard, 

J. Y. JOYXER, 

W. F. Fry, 
I. M. Mercer, 
A. D. Hunter. 

The report was discussed by G. T. Lumpkin. Pending 
its adoption, announcement was made bj W. H. Reddish, of 
the serious illness with appendicitis of K. L. Moore, Presi- 
dent of Mars Hill College, and a messenger to this Conven- 
tion, and the body was led in prayer in his behalf by W. R. 
Gwaltney. There was further discussion of the report by 
A. E. Brown and Livingston Johnson, after which it was 
adopted. 

W. R. Gwaltney, for the Committee to l^ominate Board 
of Missions and Simday Schools, made their report, which 
was adopted. [See List of "Boards of Convention."] 

On motion of J. W. Bailey, twelve delegates were appointed 



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to represent this Convention in the General Baptist Conven- 
tion of America, to be held in Chattanooga next May. 

C. B. Justice, for the Committee to ISTominate Boai'd of 
Education, made report, which X\^&s adopted, [See List of 
"Boards of Convention,"] 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by B, D, Gray. 



FOURTH DAY— AFTERNOOlSr SESSIOIv^. 

At 3 o'clock the Convention reassembled and joined in 
prayer, F. H, Jones leading. 

The Report on Obituaries was offered by J, D, Hufham, 
as follows: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON OBITUARIES. 

Thos. E. Skixxer, for many years a prominent figure in the ac- 
tivities of this body, has not appeared among us during the present 
session; will appear among us no more forever. During the year 
just closed he passed from earthly gatherings into the general as- 
sembly and church of the first born on High. It is pleasant to know 
that there was no protracted illness, and that the end was painless 
and peaceful. 

He was born in Perquimans County, 1827, It was the year of the 
death of Martin Ross and the year after the preception of the move- 
ment to organize a Baptist State Convention, He was three years 
old when the organization was effected, six years old when the 
"Wake Forest College was established, seven years old when the 
Biblical Recorder was sent out to bless the world. His father, 
Chas. Worth Skinner, was active and liberal in founding these en- 
terprises, and they were the topics of conversation around the fire- 
side during the boyhood of the son. 

After a term in the preparatory department at Wake Forest and 
at the famous Bingham Academy, he graduated at the State Uni- 
versity in 1817. He studied law, married Miss Halsey, of Tyrrell 
County, and settled on his plantation in his native county. There 
God's grace brought him into the new life of faith. He was baj)- 
tized by Quentin Trotman, in Nine Mile Creek, at the place where 
his father had been baptized by Robert T. Daniel. At the same 
place some years before Mrs. Mollard, grandmother of the second 
Mrs. Skinner, was baptized. After a course of theological study in 
Union Seminary Dr. Skinner entered the Baptist ministry as pastor 
of the Second church, Petersburg, Va. November, 1855, he became 



BAPTIST STATE COXVENTION. 61 

pastor of the First church in this city. It was his longest pastorate, 
and by his work here he stands or falls. It is an extraordinary rec- 
ord. The building of the beautiful house of worship, revival after 
revival adding to the numerical and spiritual strength of the 
church until it became the strongest Baptist body in the State. At 
the time of his settlement among us the movement to endowment of 
Wake Forest College was in full swing, and he threw himself into 
it with great enthusiasm and greatly aided in the success which 
was achieved in 1858. 

In 1867 Dr. Skinner resigned the pastorate in this city and be- 
came pastor of the First church, Nashville, Tennessee. Thence he 
went to Georgia, serving successively churches in Macon, Columbus 
and Athens. From Georgia he returned to this city for a second 
pastorate of the First church. After a few years he resigned the 
charge and thenceforward, with the exception of a lectureship on 
theology in Shaw University, he had no regular work. He was 
a member of the Board of Trustees of the University for Women, 
and for a while Financial Secretary of that institution. He served 
as President of the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest College, and 
was also a member of the Board of Missions. 

His closing years afford a fine illustration of the beauty of old 
age in the ministry when life's labors are done. 

NtEDHAM Bryan Cobb. — Born February 1, 1836; graduated A.B. 
University of North Carolina, 1854; A.M. 1856; D.D. Judson, 1889; 
studied law at Chapel Hill under Judge W'm. H. Battle, and later 
under Chief Justice Pearson; was admitted to the bar in 185.., and 
practised in Pitt and Greene counties until October, 1859, when he 
gave up the law and left the Episcopal church, in which he had 
been reared and in which he had been a vestryman for several years, 
to become a Baptist preacher. He was baptized by Rev. H. Petty 
and ordained in Wilson in 1860. He was chaplain of the 14th N. C. 
Regiment, C. S. A., for a time, and rendered distinguished service to 
the cause of religion as superintendent of army co'.portage for the 
troops of the State from 1862 until the war. After the war ended 
Dr. Cobb, in association with Dr. J. D. Hufham, edited the Daily 
Record, of Raleigh, for six months. He then became Corresponding 
Secretary of the Sunday School Board, and has since served as pas- 
tor of churches at Elizabeth City, Portsmouth, Va., Shelby, Liles- 
ville, Rockingham, Fayettevil'.e, Chapel Hill, Hickory, Waynesville, 
and other places. For some years he was missionary of the State 
Mission Board within the bounds of the old Eastern Association. 
The last ten years of his life were spent on his farm in Sampson 
County, where he died May 31st, 1905. 

Married (1) Martha Louisa Cobb, December 27, 1859; (2) Ann 
DeLisle Fennell, September 3, 1891. The first wife bore him 12 
children, the second 3 children. 



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He was for many years a teacher, as well as preacher, and when 
still a very young man was President of Wayne Institute and Nor- 
mal College. 

Luther Rice Carroll. — Bom in Duplin County 1836; baptized 
into the fellowship of Beaverdam church; died November, 1905. 
As gentle and tender in his love and sympathy as a child — as coura- 
geous and bold for the right and as faithful and true as a friend as 
ever lived. Few men among us more constant in labor or so well 
informed about the great work of the Kingdom of our Lord on earth. 

Alonzo C. Barron. — A native of Georgia. He was a man of 
great evangelistic gifts and did much efficient service North and 
South, but his greatest service was in the pastorate. His work as 
pastor Tryon Street church in Charlotte is among the brightest pages 
in our denominational history. Beautiful in character, sweet in 
spirit, incessant in labor. 

Mrs. Mary Owen McDowtll. — She had filled a large place in the 
educational work of the State. Born 1827; married Dr. A. McDowell 
in 1847; taught with him at Milton and in Raleigh, and for twenty- 
five years at Murfreesboro. A fine specimen of the cultured Chris- 
tian woman of the old civilization. 

The following is the Biblical Recorder's tribute to James Daniel 
Moore: 

The noblest product of a church is a man. Christ lived and died 
to make men — to make a man. The best witness to Christ is a man. 
The Baptists in North Carolina have produced no nobler man than 
James Daniel Moore, of Gastonia, whose death we are called upon to 
mourn. We have heard him relate how he began a cotton mill with 
fifty cents — a co-operative mill; and he lived to be one of the chief 
mill-men of the South. But he never rose above his church. He 
loved her with love like that of the early Christians. Nor did he 
ever rise above the wage-earners. He and his family were one with 
them. Our Gastonia church is by reason of his example a church in 
which no line is drawn. He was in Gastonia and that region what 
E. K. Proctor was to Lumberton and the Robeson. To have pro- 
duced two such men is sufficient evidence of the vitality of a denomi- 
nation. To be able to lose them to heaven — how hard it seems that 
they should go so soon — is the mark of our strength. 

Space is dear in a weekly paper; but we cannot believe that any 
reading is so appropriate to this number of the Recorder, so worthy 
of every reader's attention, as the tribute paid Brother Moore by 
Editor Marshall, of the Gastonia Gazette, which we here submit: 

"Born of sturdy Scotch-Irish and Dutch ancestry in the moun- 
tains of Caldwell, the subject of this sketch inherited the versatile 
and solid qualities of native character on which, as a foundation. 



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the beautiful superstructure of his life rested. Endowed with a 
strong body and alert faculties, brought to young manhood in a cli- 
mate and atmosphere saturated with the health-giving properties, he 
possessed a buoyancy of spirit, a smoothness of action, a litheness of 
energy, which fitted him for deeds of superior commission among his 
fellows. It is no wonder that such a youth, who could afterwards go 
beyond the proudest of his athletic companions by measuring thirty- 
six feet at three long jumps, should be found joining the Confederate 
army at fifteen, rolicking, marching, camping, fighting. At Seven 
Pines, in the Seven Days before Richmond, at Fredericksburg, the 
boy did a private soldier's part in covering Confederate arms with 
imperishable lustre. He breasted with a boy's bravery the red tide 
at Gettysburg; in the charge across the wheat field the colors of his 
company fell fourteen times; of eighty-seven gallant fellows who 
swept cheering into the charge, eighty-four fell a sacrifice to the 
god of carnage. Only three reached the crest. See there! Moore 
goes down, the eighty-fifth, and his blood, too, warm and red and 
true, mingled with the tide which in the first day's fight enriched 
that hostile soil. There was the faintness, the July heat, the awful 
thirst among the wounded. Then the hospital, slow recovery, and 
the field again. After the Crater he joins the cavalry, he is with 
Wade Hampton's matchless horsemen — but peace has come. 

"The boy had pious parents, pious neighbors; in the army a 
sternly pious Methodist friend, older than he, who was a man of 
prayer. And the man of prayer prayed for the boy, wrestled and 
would not let go. The boy was converted and never ceased to revere 
the name of the good man Tuttle, to whose prayers he so often felt 
that he owed his awakening. How easily a beautiful passage from 
Bitter Sweet flows into mind: 

" 'Teach me the better way. 
And every expiration from my lips 
Shall be a grateful blessing on your head; 
And in the coming world I'll seek the side 
Of no more gracious angel than the man 
Who gives me brotherhood by leading me 
Home with himself to heaven.' 

"From the day of the young man's conversion the development of 
his grand character began. Others may serve God through fear of 
His wrath, yet others for hope of reward. This man was grateful, 
and served his whole life long through sheer joy of service, the 
abounding love of doing the Master's will. 

"And he grew, up and out as the mustard seed grows, up and 
strong as the oak grows, beautiful as buds unfold into bloom, rich 
as blossom grows into dropping fruit. 



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"He loved his fellow-men. As he had been prayed for, he prayed 
for others; as he had been saved, he sought to bring others into the 
same rich estate. A business man of large affairs, unloading from 
each day's rushing train a vast cargo of duties, disposing of each 
with attention and prudent care, he still grew in spirit, and was not 
choked by the brambles of the world. A fellow-deacon said, 'He was 
always approachable. He is the one man I have known with whom 
I could talk with perfect freedom upon the subject of religion.' A 
devout negro many miles away said, 'He has so often helped me — he 
gave to me, and asked me how I was coming on spiritually.' Rather 
two extremes, but his sympathy easily enveloped both. 

"His good deeds, some of them, might be enumerated. But why? 
Cornice and column and arch and windows and each stone carved 
from the quarry may be perfect in art and form, but why through 
narrowed vision peer at these in turn and miss the vision of the 
completed temple? There it stands, fashioned after the plans of the 
Architect. Look at each leaf and lose the beauty of the tree. 

"So sudden! Completed? The tree was still growing. 

"Aye, the tree was living and had to grow to live. But may it not 
have been a perfect tree — trunk, leaf, graceful branches, all in as- 
sembled symmetry? Had it remained, its protecting branches would 
still have given shelter to the fowls of the air, but it would have been 
none the more a perfect tree on this account — only longer in service, 
not more perfect in service. Take away the great oak in the forest, 
and the others around it will grow. 

"He wished it so. 'Suddenly, quickly, let my passing be,' he often 
said. He did not wish to linger. 'I find rest in a change of work: let 
me serve here until the call comes and then — work without labor.' 

"And so it seems. Sooner even than he expected the Master called 
him up higher to say, 'Well done!' 

"A tree in the full tide of life, a shining palace builded of good 
deeds, a finished character." 

The report was discussed by J. D. Hiifham, H. W. Battle, 
W. A. Graham, and adopted. 

C J. PTnnter offered the followina' resolution, which was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That the ministers of our Convention be requested, to 
the extent practicable, to visit the jails and County Homes through- 
out the State in an effort to serve the spiritual needs of the inmates 
to the extent possible and to afford a Christian burial when the same 
can be had. 



HAT'T1!>T STATK CON VK.N TIO.X. 65 

The Report, on Periodiealf^ was otTcvfd bv T. J. Taylor, as 
follows : 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PERIODICALS. 

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half of every enterprise. Indeed, it is well nigh impossible to suc- 
cessfully conduct any business, or promote any cause without the 
help of the newspaper, and we largely depend on its columns for 
the diffusion of knowledge. 

More than seventy years ago the Baptists of North Carolina recog- 
nized the value of the religious newspaper, and adopted the Biblical 
Recorder as the organ of the denomination in the State. The pros^ 
perity of the denomination, and the success that has crowned its 
various enterprises show that the fathers made no mistake in mak- 
ing the Recorder the organ of the Convention; for to a very large 
extent our denom.inational success is the direct result of the influ- 
ence of that paper. The Recorder has always been a sound Baptist 
paper. It has faithfully advocated and defended our faith and prac- 
tices, and has zealously striven to promote every interest fostered by 
the Convention. It has aided in preserving the history of North 
Carolina Baptists, and it has been a most helpful agent in every de- 
partment of our denominational life. 

The Recorder has not in all its history been a better paper than it 
now is. and we never needed it more than we do now. If all that has 
been effected along Baptist lines in North Carolina during the last 
seventy years through the influence of the Recorder were blotted 
out, we would be poor indeed as a denomination, and without dis- 
paraging any other agency we do not hesitate to say that we 
would be greatly crippled in our work if we were deprived of the 
mighty influence of our able organ. 

The editor of the Recorder is continually seeking to increase the 
efficiency of the paper. Therefore every department of our paper 
is continually being improved. We call special attention to the 
able series of Bible Studies now running through the columns of the 
paper, the very able and helpful Sunday School Department; and 
the ably conducted Missionary. Temperance and Home Departments. 
These, in connection with its strong editorials and other able ar- 
ticles, together with its valuable news service, make it one of the 
very best papers in this country. 

Because of its past record, because it is our organ, because we 
need it, and above all. because it is worthy of the best support we 
are able to give it, we heartily commend the Biblical Recorder. 
which is our denominational organ, to the Baptist people of the 



66 MINUTES OF THE 

State, and pledge to the editor and the paper our earnest prayers, 
our heartfelt sympathy, and our hearty and liberal support. 

It gives your committee great pleasure to commend the North 
Carolina BaiJtist to the favorable consideration of our people. It is 
ably edited, sound in the faith, loyal to our denominational work, 
and in every way worthy of a place in our homes. 

We also heartily commend Charity and Children to the Baptists 
of the State. It is the best orphanage paper of which we have any 
knowledge, and it should be in every Baptist home in the State. We 
cannot better promote the interests of the Orphanage than by in- 
creasing the circulation of Charity and Children. We, therefore, 
pledge the support of the Baptist people of the State to the organ of 
our Orphanage. 

We endorse the periodicals and Sunday School literature published 
by our Board in Nashville, and urge all of our Sunday Schools to 
use these publications. 

We also commend the Sunday School literature of the American 
Baptist Publication Society to the consideration of our people. 

The Foreign Mission Journal and Our Home Field ought to be 
subscribed for and read by all of our people. The Review and Ex- 
positor, published by our Seminary in Louisville, Ky., and The 
Wake Forest Student, ought to have a large circulation in our State. 

T. J. Taylor, 
For the Committee. 

After reniark.s bv J. \V. Bailey and John A. Gates, the re- 
port was adopted. 

The report of the Aged Ministers' Relief Board was pre- 
sented, a'^ follows, hy r. J. Thompson, President of the 
Board : 

REPORT OF MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD. 

The progress which the Ministers' Relief Board has made during 
th*; fifteen years of its organization is to be very much appreciated by 
the great Baptist hosts of North Carolina. The report of the first 
year's work of this Board was twenty-two beneficiaries, with an 
apportionment of only about ten dollars for each beneficiary for the 
year. This year we have twenty-six beneficiaries, and have given 
over fifty dollars to each, an increase of over five hundred per cent 
within the fifteen years. Our report, according to Treasurer's re- 
port for this year, is about one hundred dollars above the amount 
contributed last year. 

The Board would recommend to each Association of the Conven- 
tion the appointment of an active representative to keep in touch 



HAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 07 

with the Board and its work, and to keep the Association informed 
as to the needs of the Board. And we would ask the co-operation 
of each pastor with this representative of the Association, so that the 
facts needed by the Board can be ascertained, which will enable the 
Board to do the greatest good for these aged brethren and their fami- 
lies. 

We are now helping twenty-six beneiiciaries, representing eighteen 
Associations of the Convention. Bro. T. M. Duncan and Sister B. H. 
Best have passed to their reward since the last report. Four have 
been added to the list of beneficiaries, and two other applications are 
now pending further information. 

We take courage and go forward, and commend this work to the 
brethren of the Convention, and ask their sympathies and hearty co- 
operation in it. Rev. C. J. Thompson. President. 

J. F. MacDuffh:, 

Corresponding Secretary. 

THE BAPTIST MINTSTEKS' BELIEF BOARD. 

To the Churches of the Baptist State Convention: 

Brethren: — We desire to call your earnest attention to the grow- 
ing needs of the work of this Board. The number of worthy aged 
and infirm ministers is increasing with the growth of our denomi- 
nation. 

In North Carolina we have no Baptist Ministers' Fraternal Benefit 
Association, as some other States have, and which is a great blessing 
to the needy families of our brethren of the ministry after they are 
gone, and which in some measure supplements the work of this 
Board in those States. 

The importance of this Board is emphasized in the fact that no 
one church is expected to take up an aged minister, after his work 
is done, who has labored only a short time, it may be, in that 
church, or perhaps not at all, and care for his wants as they do for 
those needy members who have 3pent their lives and labor in such a 
church. Since a minister of the gospel gives his labors to many 
places and to the cause in general, it becomes the duty and privi- 
lege of the denomination at large to provide the necessities of needy 
ones when their work is finished. 

These servants of God, many of them, spent their strength on hard 
fields, where there was but little remuneration to themselves, but 
laid the foundations upon which we are building strong churches, 
and sowed where we have reaped beautiful harvests. Much of the 
territory which Baptists occupy to-day is due to their hardships and 
sacrifices; and the doctrines of the Word, which were dear to our 
fathers and to us, have been established by their faithful preaching. 

The denomination owes it to these men, to God, and to itself, to 



68 MINUTP^S OF THE 

see that these ministers and their families shall not suffer in their 
old age and infirmities. 

We need a larger fund for this work, that more of the needy ones 
may be aided, and that many of those who are helped may be assisted 
more liberally. 

We ask that our pastors shall present the claims of this work to 
their churches, and seek larger gifts for it. 

We herewith submit a financial statement showing the receipts 
and disbursements during the year from December 1, 1904, to No- 
vember 30, 190.5, and also the present condition of the funds under 
our control: 

The receipts from the churches during the year amount to 
$2,120.85, or $103.30 more than last year. 

As usual, one-third of this amount ($706.85) was placed to the 
Permanent Interest-bearing Fund, leaving $1,414.00 to be used by 
the Board. 

The Permanent Interest-bearing Fund amounts now to $5,455.98. 
Interest on that fund for the past year was $360.48. 

Our benefactions during the year amounted to $1,338.00. We as- 
sisted twenty-six persons, added four new ones to the list, and lost 
two by death — leaving the present number twenty-six, with two 
other applications pending further information. 

The amount of available funds in the hands of the Treasurer at 
the close of the year is $1,185.70. As very little money comes in be- 
fore the fall season, this will run the work of the Board until that 
time. C. J. Thompson, 

December G, 1905. For the Board. 

Report of Treasurer of Baptist Ministerial Rei.[kf Board for Yeas 
Ending December 6, 1905. 
1904. receipts. 

Dec. 7. Balance $686 . 33 

1905. 

Mar. 11. W. Durham, Treasurer $287 .54 

April 28. W. Durham, Treasurer 101.76 

Sept. 18. W. Durham, Treasurer 536.36 

Nov. 7. W. Durham, Treasurer 661 . 97 

Dec. T) W. Durham, Treasurer 533.22 

$2,120.85 

Interest 360 . 48 

Checks reversed 65 . 00 

$3,232.66 
Dec. 6. Balance $1.185 . 70 



BAPTIST STATK CONVENTION. 



(;<> 



P^ I. B. FUND. 

Loans ^200.00 

Loans ^200.00 

Loans ^00. 00 

Loans 300.00 

Loans 300.00 

Loans 300.00 

Loans • 500.00 

Loans 350.00 

Loans ^50. 00 

Loans 160.00 

Loans 250.00 

Loans 100.00 

Loans 400.00 

Loans 200.00 

Loans 350.00 

Loans 150.00 

Loans 125.00 

Loans I'^S.OO 

Loans 200.00 

Loans 65.00 

Loans 62.50 

4,997.61 

Dec. 6. Balance 458.48 

Total $5,455.91 

DISBUBSEMENTS. 

Rev. M. L. Green, Ahoskie 75 . 00 

Rev. N, H. Moss, Cherryville 80.00 

Rev. R. J. Bennett, New Hill 62 50 

Rev. Solomon Blackburn, Bud 62 . 50 

Rev. Ephraim Norris, Warne 55 . 00 

Rev. James Jordan, Franklinville 75.00 

Rev. H. W. Briggs, Swiss 55 . 00 

Rev. Ransom Pinner, Holcombe 55 . 00 

Rev. Wm. Harris, Kapps Mill 55.00 

Rev. C. A. Blevins, New Life 45 . 00 

Rev. L. A. Lloyd, Macon 45.00 

Rev. A. P. Stoker, Denton 25 . 00 

Rev. B. M. Hoyle, Wing 40.00 

Mrs. C. F. Humphries, Oxford 75 . 00 

Mrs. Cordelia J. Honeycutt, Mars Hill 75.00 

Mrs. L. P. Brown, Hamptonville 55.00 

Mrs. Janie Barlow, Sloop Point 55.00 

Mrs. H. C. Register, Register 55 . 00 



70 MINUTES OF THE 

Mrs. Sibby Combs, Trap Hill 55 . 00 

Mrs. E. H. Best, Warsaw 37.50 

Mrs. Elvira Caines, Boardman 55.00 

Mrs. Amanda Sellers, Supply 55.00 

Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan, Beaver Creek 42.50 

Mrs. Sarah M. Hughes, Benham 25 . 00 

Mrs. M. J. Tart, Forney, S. C 25 . 00 

P. I. B. Fund 706.96 

Balance 1,185.70 

$3,232.66 

Respectfully submitted, J. E. Cheek, Treas. 

We have examined the above report, and find same correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 

H. A. FOUSHEE, 
R. H. RiGSBEE, 

December 6, 1905. Auditors. 

The following resolution was offered by Baylus Cade: 

Resolved, That this Convention desires to put upon record its ap- 
preciation of the valuable work our Baptist Book Store is doing for 
the denomination at large and for our preachers and Sunday school 
officers in particular, in the dissemination of religious and other 
wholesome literature, and it urges our churches and people to give 
it the liberal support it so well deserves. 

The President appointed the following standing committees 
to report next session : 

Home Missions — S. Mclntyre. 
Foreign Missions — T. M. Pittman. 
State Missions — B. Cade. 
Sunday Schools — Wm. Lunsford. 
General Education — H. W. Battle. 

The following were added to the Committee on Midsummer 
Meeting: Wm. Lunsford and ^ST. B. Broughton. 

The President appointed the following as delegates to the 
General Baptist Convention of America : L. Johnson, F. D. 
Hale, W. C. Tyree, H. W. Battle, Wm. Lunsford, K. H. 
Marsh, A. E. Brown, C. J. Thompson, N. B. Broughton, 
W. L. Poteat, M. L. Kesler, J. Y. Joyner. 

The Convention then adjourned until Sunday evening for 
the closing exercises of the session. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVEIS'TION. 71 

FIFTH DAY— SUNDAY. 

Morning and evening various pulpits in Raleigh and vicin- 
ity were supplied by members of the Convention. 

At the conclusion of the sermon in the Tabernacle, the 
President assumed the chair to conduct the closing exercises 
of the session. 

On motion of W. A. Graham, a vote of thanks was extended 
to the Tabernacle Church and the people of the city for their 
hospitality; to the News and Ohserver and Evening Times 
for excellent, reports of the session; and to the railroads 
(excepting the special train to attend Wake Forest Thursday 
afternoon) for courtesies in transportation. 

Livingston rlohnson announced meeting of Board of Mis- 
sions and Sunday Schools to-morrow morning at nine o'clock 
in the chapel of the Baptist University for Women, to make 
appropriations for the coming year. 

After closing remarks by the President the Convention was 
declared adjourned to meet in Greensboro at 3 o'clock p. m., on 
Wednesday after the first Sunday in December (the same 
being the 5th day of the month), 1906. The audience joined 
in singins: ^*God be with vou till we meet ao'ain," and the 
benediction was pronounced by C M. Rock. 

W. N. JONES, 

N. B. Broughton, President. 

■ PTight' C Mooke. 

Secretaries. 




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LIST OF MESSENGERS. 



ALLEGHANY-GBAYSON. 1. 

Laurel Springs — R. L. Doughton. 

ASHE. 1. 

Jefferson — J. P. Fletcher. 

ATLANTIC. 7. 

Davis Shore — W. G. Hall, Davis. 

Enon Chapel — B. F. Kellum, Ward's Mill. 

Morehead City — R. D. Cross. 

New Bern (First) — W. A. Ayers, D. H. Greene. 

Swansboro — E. C. Andrews, M. W. Heady. 

BEXILAH. 3. 

Clement — C. R. Vernon, Bushy Fork. 

Yanceyville — S. B. Wilson, Yancey ville; J. M. Poteat, Blanche. 

BRUNSWICK. 1. 

Southport — D. I. Watson. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 2. 

North Wilkesboro—Yf. F. Staley, W. H. Church. 

BUNCOMBE. 8. 

Asheville (First) — William Lunsford, J. H. Tucker, J. T. Justice, 
J. M. Stoner, Julius C. Martin. 

Asheville (West End) — A. E. Brown. 

Cane Creek — A. I. Justice and J. F. Justice, Fairvlew. 

CALDWELL. 1. 

Lenoir — I. W. Thomas. 

CAPE KEAB-COLUMBUS. 3. 

Lennons X Roads — A. H. Porter, Whiteville. 
Western Prong — W. S. Ballard, Clarkton, 
Whiteville — J. G. Blalock. 

CAROLINA. 1. 

Hendersonville — G. S. Jones. 

CATAWBA BIVEK. 1. 

Morganton — E. McK. Groodwin. 

CEDAR CREEK. 3. 

Cape Fear — R. L. Byrd, Tolarsville; H. Jones, Alderman. 
Great Marsh — B. H. Johnson, Lumber Bridge. 

CENTRAL. 36. 

Brassfield—Vf. H. Garner, Youngsville; G. L. Allen, Creedmore. 
Flat Rock — ^R. J. Conyers, Youngsville. 



74 LIST OF MESSENGEKS. 

Forestville — P. A. Dunn, Wake Forest; W. B. Smith, Wyatt. 

Franklinton — R. B. White. 

ISieio Hope — M. W. Buffaloe, Raleigh. 

Raleigh (First) — W. C. Tyree, W. N. Jones, L. Johnson, J. W. 
Bailey, C. J. Hunter, E. S. Dunn, E. L. Conn, Jacoh S. Allen, John E. 
Ray, Hight C. Moore, Thos. H. Briggs, C. F. Meserve, J. D. Boushall, 
Clarence H. Poe, J. Y. Yoyner. 

Rolesville — N. R. Still; M. Z. Pearce. Youngsville. 

Samaria — H. B. Williams, Raleigh. 

Wake Forest— J. W. Lynch, W. L. Poteat, J. B. Carlyle, Chas. E. 
Brewer, E. W. Sikes, W. R. Cullom, W. M. Dickson. William B. Dunn. 

West Raleigh — R. S. Stephenson, W. 0. Taylor. 

Youngsville — Willie R. Winston. 

CHOWAN. 15. 

Ballard's Bridge— W. C. Ward, Ryland; J. W. Nowell and J. M. 
Forehand, Tyner. 

Elizabeth City (First) — E. F. Aydlett, .Tames G. Gregory, Walter 
L. Cohoon, J. J. White. 

Olivet— Jo&iah Elliott, Hertford. 

Pleasant Grove — R. R. Overby, Belcross. 

Reynoldson — W. B. Waff, G. R. Eure. 

Shiloh — S. F. Brlstow, J. H. Morrisette. 

Warwick — A. J. Ward, Gliden; A. F. Rountree, Hobbsville. 

BIASTERN. 10. 

Corinth — C. J. Rogers, Rose Hill. 

Delway — T. L. Brown, C. M. Beach, W. J. Fryar. 

Johnson — W. H. Middleton and L. Middleton. Warsaw. 

Kenansville — ^Thad. Jones. 

Lisb07i—D. L. Herring, Garland. 

Mt. Gilead—C. T. Tew, Salemburg. 

Mt. Olive — J. D. Roberts. 

FLAT RIVER. 28. 

Bethel Hill—B. D. Thames. 

Enon—J. P. Cannady, Joe B. Currin, H. W. Daniel, L. R. O'Brian. 

Fellowships. A. Cannady, Creedmoor; J. L. Tingen, Northside. 

Island Creek— W. Y. Sneed, Williamsboro. 

Marshall— R. N. Branson. 

Mill Creek— T. H. Street. 

Mt. Zion—R. T. Critcher, Oxford. 

Oxford— A, B. Dunaway, F. P. Hobgood. R. H. Marsh, F. W. Han- 
cock. A. C. Parham, J. A. Stradley, B. W. Rogers, S. L. Howard, J. H. 
Long, L. A. Royster. 

Rock Spring— J. S. Royster, Woodworth. 

Roxboro— Geo. T. Watkins, A. R. Foushee. Ernest D. Cheek. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 



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Stovall—W. H. Cutts, Oxford, 5. 

Tally Ho — J. C. Howard and J. E. Dimcan, Stem; G. W. Royster, 
Hargrove. 

FRENCH BROAD. 4. 

Marshall — Martin A. Wood, S. M. Davis, R. N. Branson. 
Mars Hill — R. L. Moore. 

GREEN RIVER, 4. 

Clear Creek — A. P. Sorrels, Garden City. 

Marion — W. B. Morton. 

Rutherfordton — C. B. Justice; M. M. Landrum, Sunshine. 

HAYWOOD. 4. 

Pleasant Hill — W. H. Woodall, Clyde. 

Waynesville (First) — B. W. Sinuns, R. A. Sentelle, G. C. Briggs. 

JOHNSTON. 11. 
Benson — D. F. Putnam, E. L. Hall. 

Clayton— C. W. Blanchard, C. W. Carter, C. L. Barnes, Leon Creech, 
Jos. L. Johnson. 

Mt. Moriah — N. R. Pool. 
8elma—R. W. Harrell. 
8mithfield—J. W. Suttle, B. G. Early. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN. 13. 

Bessemer City — Jas. C. Gillespie. 

Boiling Springs — J. V. Devenny, Shelby, 3. 

Cherryville — C. W. Payseur, W. J. T. Styers. 

Double Springs — D. G. Washburn and C. A. Washburn, Shelby, 4. 

Fallston — P. Z. Carpenter. 

Lawndale — J. L. Price. 

Islew Prospect — Thomas Dixon, Sr., Fallston. 

Pleasant Hill — Geo. Dover, Grover, 2. 

Shelby— M. E. Parrish. 

Zion — A C Irwin and J. M. Wilson, Shelby, 5. 

LIBERTT. 12. 

AbbotPs Creek — N. R. Teague, Kernersville, 1. 
Holloway's — B. R. Cross, Silver Hill, 1. 
Lexington — W. A. Smith, Henry Sheets, James Smith. 
Orphanage— M. L. Kesler and J. D. Newton, Thomasville. 
Thomasville— Geo. P. Harrill, Archibald Johnson, John R. Miller, 
H. Morton. 

Wallburg — C. M. Wall. 

LITTLE RIVER. 9. 

Buie's Creek — J. A. Campbell, E. M. Lassiter. 
Central, Apex — J. M. Holleman, Apex. 
Cumberland Union — T. B. Lanier, Chalk Level. 
Dunn — Jas. A. Taylor. 



76' LIST OF MESSENGERS. 

Hector's Creek — D. H, Senter, Chalybeate Springs. 
Holly Springs — N. T. Patterson, Mohawk, 
Lillington — C. P. Norris. 
Piney Grove — E. H. Ballentine, Holly Springs. 

MECKXENBTJBG-CABARBUS. 8. 

Charlotte (First)— W. C. Dowd, W. N. Flandera 
Charlotte, Ninth Ave. — L. R. Pruett, S. F. Conrad. 
Charlotte, Pritchard Memorial — V. O. Willis. 
Concord {First) — B. McLester. 
Cornelius — C. M. Murchison. 
Louise — J. F. Davis, Charlotte. 

MITCHELL. 1. 

BaKersville — Sam. J. Sparks. 

MONTGOME^BY. 2. 

Liberty Hill — Geo. W. Henderson, Blaine. 
Troy — K. C. Horner. 

MOUNT ZION. 31. 

Burlington — A. W. Setzer, J. W. Cates, J. C. Staley. 

Cane Creek — A. C. Hamby, Hillsboro. 

Chapel Hill — J. W. Wildman, Thomas Hume. 

Durham (First) — C. J. Thompson, Chas. L. Haywood, C W. Bar- 
bee, W. C. Lindsey, R. S. Lindsey, J. W. Laubacher. 

Durham (Second) — W. C. Barrett, L. B. Pendergraph, W. A 
Cnitchfield. 

East Durham — N. O. Stone, C. W. Wilboum, Edwin Johnson. 

Edgemont — Edwin R. Harris, Durham. 

Graham — J. E. M. Davenport, 

Hillsboro — S. W. Andrews. 

Mars Hill — A. A. Compton, Cedar Grove. 

Mt. Pisgah — Carey Almon Upchurch, Apex; H. M. Lenton and W. 
H. M. Yates, Morrisville. 

Olive Chapel — W. S. Olive, Apex; S. G. Wilson, Ebenezer. 

Roberson Grove — Chas. A. Sigmon, Redwood. 

Swepsonville — T. M. Roberson. 

West Durham— rJ. H. Bailey; O. R Mangum, Wake Forest. 

NEUSE. 9. 

Antioch — J. L. Jackson and A. G. Cox, Winterville. 

Ayden — T. H. King, LaGrange. 

Fort Barnwell — J. B. Newton. 

Goldsboro (First) — \V. F. Fry, J. E. Peterson. 

Kinst07i—C. G. Wells, B. W. Spilman. 

Snow Hill— J. H. Booth. Sr. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 77 

PEE DEE. 8. 

Hamlet — L. N. Chappell. 

Laurinburg — R. G. Kendrick, Jr. 

Pleasant Grove — J. W. Cobb, Rockingham; P. H. Seago, Lilesville. 

Rockingham — Evan D. Cameron, H. C. Dockery. 

Spring Hill — A. McNeill, Jr., Laurinburg. 

Wadesboro — E. A. Covington. 

PIEDMONT. 13. 

Calvary — D. M. Moore, Reidsville, 4. 
Fairview — Wm. Cummings, Reidsville, 2. 

Oreensboro (First) — H. W. Battle, J. C. Murcbison. A. Wayland 
Cooke, W. C. Jackson. 

High Point (First) — Thomas Carrick, J. J. Farriss. 

High Point (Green Street) — J, M. Milliard, J. B. Richardson. 

Reidsville — W. R. Bradshaw, F. H. Jones. 

South Greensboro — J. H. Rich. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 10. 

Leaksville — J. A. Beam. 

Madison — W. H. Wilson. 

Mount Airy — J. E. Smith, C. C. Haymoi-e, E. H. Wrenn. 

Shiloh—S. W. Hall, Pinnacle. 

South side — A. L. Betts, Winston-Salem. 

Winston-Salem (First) — H. A. Brown. 

Winston-Salem (Broad Street) — B. K. Mason, A. L. Hawser. 

RALEIGH. 27. 

, Apex — C. V. Brooks, J. M. White, S. C. Olive, Graham Herring. 

Gary — A. D. Hunter. 

Ephesus — J. S. Hagwood, Raleigh. 

Green Level — G. M. Beavers, W. B. Upchurch and J. D. Sloan. 

Apex — A. S. Sears and L. D. Baucom, Morrisville. 

Hepzibah — E. L. Scarbrough, Eagle Rock. 

Holly Sp7'i7igs — H. W. Norris. 

Raleigh (Fayetteville Street) — R. J. Bateman, John T. Pullen. 

Raleigh (Tabernacle) — J. C. Massee, E. P. Moses, J. M. Broughton, 
R. N. Simms, J. S. Pearson, A. B. Forest, W. A. Cooper, A. H. 
Mooneyham. T. Neil Johnson, L. D. Watson, N. B. Broughton. 

Wakefield (Central) — A. A. Pippin. 

ROBESON. 18. 

Ashpole — J. B. Jackson. 
Jiig Branch — I. P. Hedgpeth, Lumberton. 

Lumber Bridge— J. W. Cobb, S. J. Cobb, M. B. Averitt, D. B. Lan- 
caster. 

Lumberton — Chas. H. Durham, Stephen Mclntyre. 
Pleasant Hope— 3. M. Fleming, Lumberton, 5. 



7B LIST OF MESSENGERS. 

Raeford — A. M. Smith; A. E. C. Pittman, Rennert. 

Raft Swamp — W. R. Tyner, Lowe. 

Red Springs — R. A. Moore. 

Rowland — O. P. Meeks, R. L. Brown, W. R. Brown. 

Saddletree — M. S. Humphrey and R. Humphrey, Rennert, 2. 

SANDY CREEK. 15. 

Bear Creek — J. W. Cheek. 

Bethlehem — W. H. H. Lawhon, Carthage. 

Cameron — C. E. Jones, Edgar Petty. 

Carthage — George J. Dowell, W. W. Fry. 

Mount Olive — N. H. Shepherd, Lindhurst. 

Pittsioro — R. B. Lineberry, Jas. L. Griffin, Joseph W. Moore, R. L» 
Eubanks. 

San/'orfZr— Elbert Y. Pool, T. L. Chisholm, C. H. Smith, W. S. 
Temple. 

SANDY RUN. 1. 

Forest City — Walter E. Wilson. 

SOUTH FORK. 9. 

Antioch — A. N. Jones, Alexis, 1. 

Gastonia (First) — W. H. Reddish, L. L. Jenkins, W. H. Penny. 

Hickory — W. R. Gwaltney, W. B. Creasman. 

Kid's Chapel — W. A. Graham, Machpelah. 

Lincolnton — D. P. Bridges. 

Newton — Theo. B. Davis. 

SOUTH RIVER. 11. 

Fayetteville (First)— J. J. Hall, John A. Gates, W. H. Powell. 
Salemburg — R. M. Squires, R. N. Butler. S. A. Howard, H. B. How- 
ard; H. A. Cooper, Clinton, 1. 

Spring Branch — M. W. Naylor, Dunn; O. D. Strickland, Giles Mills. 
White Oak — E. T. Turlington, Clinton. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 14. 

China Grove — John A. Summey, J. L. Kirk. 

Cooleemee — S. D. Swaim. 

Enon — C. R. Myers, Salisbury, 5. 

Farmington — C. L. Bagby, Courtney. 

Fork — E. L. Western, Mocksville, 3. 

Mocksville — C. S. Cashwell, J. P. Green. 

Spencer — J. M. Barber, C. P. Gary. 

Statesville (First) — C. A. Jenkens, D. S. Thomas. 

Statesville (Western Avenue) — J. F. Mitchener, Geo. E. Woodward. 

STANLY. 10. 

Altemarle (First) — J. M. Arnette. 

Big Lick — C. J. Black. 

FAenezer — John T. Callaway, Palmersville. 

Howell's — E. L. Bost, Carriker; H. T. Stowe, Bost Mills. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 79 

Locust — E. D. Teeter, J. T. Burrus, Garmond. 
Palmerville — W. E. Watkins, Z. D. Coggin. 
Union Grove — E. M. Brooks, Albemarle. 

SURBY. 1. 
Elkin — W. R. Beach. 

TAR RIVER. 36. 

Battlehoro — G. M. Duke, Maplevllle. 

Bethlehem — Jesse A. Carter, Littleton. 

Conoho — T. J. Crisp, Conetoe. 

Elm City — W. W. Barnes. 

Ephesus — G. W. Coppedge, Henderson, 1. 

Greenville — J. E. Ayscue. 

Henderson — J. D. Larkins, J. D. Hufham, T. M. Pittman, J. A. 
Kelley, T. P. Stewart, J. T. Alderman. 

Littleton — S. L. Morgan. 

Louisburg — H. H. Mashburn, Thos. B. Wilder, Ivey Allen. 

Marmaduke — Archibald Cree, Embro. 

Middleburg — W. H. Kimball. 

New Sandy Creek — J. R. Pace, Oxford. 

North Rocky Mount — G. L. Merrell, F. C. Ferguson. 

Roanoke Rapids — T. S. Crutchfield. 

Rocky Mount^Brsixton Craig, J. K. Howell, T. M. Arrington, Gea. 
L. Parker, R. L. Daughtridge, E. W. Shearin. 

Scotland Neck — G. T. Lumpkin. 

Spring Hope — A. G. Willcox. 

Tarhoro — H. S. Lewis. 

Warrenton — T. J. Taylor, Jas. M. Gardner, John W. Allen. 

Washington — L M. Mercer. 

Williamston — R. D. Carroll. 

THREE FORKS. 1. 

Boone — W. C. Coffey. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 1. 

Calvert — F. M. Jordan. 

UNION. 7. 

Hamilton's Cross Roads — T. P. Little, Marshville. 

Hopewell — A. C. Davis, Olive Branch. 

Meadow Branch — J. W. Bivens and O. M. Sanders, Wingate. 

Monroe (First) — W. F. Watson. 

Mount Pleasant — M. D. L. Preslar, Monroe, 1. 

Pleasant Hill — R. H. James, Olive Branch. 

WEST CHOWAN. 41. 

Ahoskie — L. M. Curtis. 

Aulander — W. L. Britt, C. W. Mitchell, A. W. Early. 
Bethlehem— A. B. Adkins; W. P. Shaw, Winton; W. A. Perry. 
Harrellsville; R. P. Thomas, Cofield. 



so LIST OV MESSENGEKS. 

Buckhorn — John C. Taylor, Como. 

Gashie — R. L. Gay, Windsor. 

Chowan — M. A. Adams, Winton; Willie E. Glover, Pendleton. 

Connaritsa — W. G. Burden, Aulander. 

Conway — J. R. Martin. 

Hebron — Wallace M. Edwards, Minola; W. E. Futrell. Woodland; 
C. R. Revell, Conway. 

Hillside — C. E. Edwards Windsor. 

Jackson — J. R. Taylor, G. F. Gay. C. J. Bradley. 

Margarettsville — H. J. Jordan. 

Meherrin — W. S. Nelson, Murfreesboro. 

Mount Tabor — J. W. Boone, Union; M. D. Gatling, Mapleton; R. P. 
Hoggard, Ahoskie. 

Mvrfreesboro — A. T. Howell, C. W. Scarborough, John C. Scarbor- 
ough, D. F. Payne. 

Pleasant Grove — A. P. Joyner, Aulander. 

Rich Square — J. P. Holloman, 

Roberts' Chapel — D. N. Stephenson and A. Home, Pendleton; J. 
C. Taylor, Murfreesboro. 

Severn — Jesse McCarter. / 

Union — John Freeman. 

Woodland— ¥.. J. Harrell. Chas. H. Griffin, W. O. Futrell, C. W. 
Harrell. 

WESTERN NORTH O.A.Rnr,TNA. 1. 

Murphy — Baylus Cade. 

WILMINGTON. 4. 

Wilmington (Brooklyn) — J. A. McKaughan. 
Wilmington (First) — Fred. D. Hale, Chas. H. Utley. 
Wilmington (Sovthside) — W. H. Davis. 

YADKIN. 6. 

Boonville — J. J. Beach. 

Cross Roads — I. J. Cranfill, Courtney. 

Flat Rock — A. J. Martin, Longtown. 

Huntsville — L. A. Speas. 

Oak Grove — W. V. Brown, Cycle. 1 . 

Yadkinville — J. W. Pass. 

YANCEY. 3. 

Burnsville — O. L. Stringfield, E. F. Watson. 
Cane River — J. F. Sams. 

SUMMARY. 

Associations represented 49 

Churches represented 261 

Messengers enrolled 465 



APPENDIX. 



Statistics and Other Data. 

Compiled by Hi^ht C. Moore, 

Statistical Secretary of the Convention. 



1. Associational Statistics and Benevolence ( 60 tables ). 

2. Summary of Associational Statistics. 

3. Sunday School Statistics. 

4. Associational Directory, Officers, and Next Meeting. 

5. Statistics of Southern Baptists and General Summary. 

6. Directory Southern Baptist Convention. 

7. List of Foreign Missionaries from North Carolina. 

8. List of N. C. Students in Southern Bap. Theol. Seminary. 

9. List of Ministers. 

10. List of Sunday School Superintendents. 

11. Woman's Mission and Sunbeam Societies. 

12. Historical Table of the Convention. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



Names of churches having preaching every Sunday printed in Capitals. A * indicates that the 
figures given are for 1904, those for this year not being obtainable. It was designed that contributions fur 
Associational Missions be included in the column for State Missions, but this has not been invariably 
done. 



ALEXANDER. * 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 

a 


z 
s 


state 
Missions. 

Home 
Missions. 


li 

it 


b£ 

i 

5 


ci 
■3.2 

11 

m 3 

"-a 

5 


■2 

.2 
— c 

lei 
< 


ll 


1 




D. W. Pool 

L P. (jrwaltney 

J. M. Shaver 

C. E. Beaver 

J. P. GwaUney 

G.Z. Bumgarner... 


18 2H8 

19 211 
4 l(i8 
o lie 

13 204 
.-.1 103 




$2.50 

19.21 

1.75 

1.86 

8.00 




1 


S2. 50 


Bethel 






19. -I 




S2.75 






4. 50 


Concord 

Damascus 


§1.50 


2.00 

4.00 

.70 




! 


5. .'lii 
12. ( III 








711 


Island Fold 
















J. P. Gwaltney . 

O. A. Keller 

GZ. Bumgaruer—. 
W.J. bumgarner — 
W. J Bumsarner.. 

J. P. Gwaliruey 

R. L. Davis 

S. D. Barnes 

L. P. Gwaltney 

D. W. Pool 

J. M. Current 

L. P. Gwaltney 


5 


110 




4.09 
4.20 
19.90 






■ 


4 (I'.i 


Little River 


r>fi 








1 


4 2(1 




..-1 128 
2 1.5-5 
ti '^T 






1 


19 '.10 


Mt, Olive — 
















4.67 
3.05 
2.00 
5.10 
(i.OO 
1.5.00 
4.85 










■i iiii 




10 
13 


119 
42 
1-^4 










2.00 

2.50 










4 (HI 


Poplar Spring „. . 

Pleasant Hill 










0. 10 


15 141 
4 ISO 
4 III 










li Oil 


Sulphur Spring 

Taylor Spring 

Tavlorsville 










15 H". 











4 ^n 




54 


""2:50' :. 






,"> 1 i) 


Three Forks 


G. Z. Buragarner— 


9 




7.00 


7 (Ml 














Total 


1.S4 2ti98 


r..oo 

1 


109.18 


11.95'- - - 






127.1; 

















ALLEGH ANY-GRA ^SON. 



5 109. 



Brush Creek ^ K.BIevins.. 

Chestnut Grove F.B. Cheek. , , , , , 

Galena—. 1^. D. Vaughan 30 1 — 1 

Laurel Spring- ! 52 i ! SIO.OO , 810. 

Liberty E. Blovcns .._ 1 .5:^; I 4.30.- SI. 00 5. 

Long View. 



New Hope — -19 

New River -- 1 1 14| 

Pine Fork E. Blevins... 1 [ 47| 

Pleasant Grove K. B.Cheek 1 ; 00^ 

Sparta 1 j 35 

Vaughan's Chapel — 1 



.00. 



2.00 



2.75 



Totals. 



5 466. 



22.07, 



3.75 2-5.82 



ASHE. 





N.M. Blevins 

P. H.Hain 


1 
2 75' 1 




810.00 








$10. tt) 




3 20 ' 














W.H. Michaels..-. 
A. Brown . 


1 51 8-2.3.00 

2 82' 5.00 

1 .57 15.00 8.S.15 

13 55| 16.20 .50 
6 44 2.00 


" 'is'.sb 


.77 
2.05 
2.26 

.90 




-- 




23.00 




5.77 


Beaver Creek — - 


). F. Fificher 

W.H. Michaels.... 
P. H. Hain 




81.68 




24. 13 
18.76 










2.90 


Brushy Fork 


R.'l" Shoat"--!"" 


...J 89^ i 

....: 5S 1.30 











i'm 


Clifton - 


.J.F.Stanly 


.... 40 1 







ASSOCIATIONAL, STATISTICS. 



ASHE— Continued. 



Churches. 



Corinth 

Forest Home 

Friendship 

Healing Springs 

Jefferson 

Landmark 

Long Branch 

Obids 

Old Fields 

Mission Home.- 

Mt. View 

Meadow View 

New River 

Peal£ Valley 

Pleasant Home . 

Pleasant Hill 

Windfall 



Totals. 



a. J. Henderson 

E.Tuciier 

P.H.Hain 

E.Tucker 

J.F.Fletcher ... 

E.Tucker 

W.H.Glenn 

J. F. Fletcher — 
J. F. Fletcher — 
J.F.Fletcher — 

N.A.Campbell i ' 23 

-1 2-1 






a 



a .9 



35 

128 
25 
39 
67 
65 



12.00. 
3.00. 
2.10 
8.57, 



.60 
2.25' 



5.00 



2.40. 

6.94 

8.25. 

3.00 

2.00. 



.50 



G.J Henderson .„ 

W.H.Michaels 

G. J. Henderson „_ 
G. N. Penington — 
E.Tucker 



1' 98 . 

2 69 5.00. 

..! 69 

.. 33, 2.00. 

.J 31 1.50 



54 1573 117.56 l.i 



8.40 



s« 



< 



h 




0.2 




X M 








SS 


5 




X 


H 



.60 



1.20i 

.20 

2.20 



1.40. 
1.11. 



1.00 



21.18. 



4.79 



ATLANTIC. * 



Atlantic (Onslow) E. C Andrews 

Atlantic 

Bayboro J. B. Newton 

Bear Creek J. R Olive 

Bay Creek ' J. B. Newton 

Beaufort I W. H Whitehead. 



8.3.00 $1.00 

10.36 

3.00 2.00 
4.00 1.00 



81.00 



Capernaum 

Christian Hope 

Cool Spring ._. 

Davis' Shore 

Enon Chapel 

Marshal Iberg 

MOREHEAD City... 

Mount Hermon 

New^ Bern— First. 

Oregon 

Oriental 

Piney Grove 

Smyrna 

Spring Hill 

Swausboro 

Truitt 

Vandemere 

Wordville 



Total 



E. C Andrews 

.I.B. Olive... 

I. N Henderson.. 

T. B. Hall 

E C. Andrews 

T. B Hall 

R. D. Cross 

J. B. Olive 

W. A. Ayers 

J. B. Newton 

J. B. Newton 

E. (;. Andrews 

T. B Hall 

J. B Olive 

E. C. Andrews 

J. B. Newton 

J B. Newton 



100. 

71! 

31. 



5.00 1.00 



1.00 



148 

21 14 
9| 186 
5! 13 



21.00, 2.00 

20.00 3.00' 

3.00 1.25' 

65.85' 60.85 



81.00, 81.00 



SI. 21. 
1.00. 



.50. 



21.85. 
1.00 



1.00, 1.00 



219 183.33110.19 



107, 
54 

17; 

125 
32 
29 



5.30, 
20.19 

1.00, 
15.00 

2.00. 

4.40 



2.00 

5.00 

1.25 

35.10 



60.43 



2.00 
1.50 



8.00 

10.00 

1.00 

115.68 



1.00 1.00 S2'.00 

1.00 

1.00 1.00; 1.00 

16.00 5.00 5.00 



249.76. 



1.00 

1.75' 



6.00 
1.00 



10.35 
1.00 
.40 
20.00 
1.17. 
.85. 
1.00. 



2.00 

.50 1 

2.001 1.00 
1.00 



2.15: 1.00 



551348 366. 43 192.36 120. .53; 444.27,24.50 14.66 9.00 



12.00 
3.00 
4. .50 

15. 81 
1.20 
3.10 
9.15 
9.65 
4.11 
2.00 



5.00 



3.00 
1.50 



159.73 



87.00 
10.36 
6.21 
50 



21.85 
10.00 



39.00 

39.00 

9.50 



18.65 
29.59 
1.90 
50.57 
5.17 
5.25 
1.00 



BEULAH. 



Beulah 






42 
38 


815.00 


65.00 


83.00 
5.00 


85.00 82.00 80.75 
5.00 3.00 2.11 




834.00 


Blanch ... 


J.J.Adams . 


4 


7.00 5.00 




13i'.ii7 


Milton 


J.J.Adams. 




■:>■> 


4.00 


4.00 


4.50 2.00 2.50 




33.06 


Shiloh . 


J.J.Adams. .. . 


8 


92 


25.00 7.00 


12.00 


13.43 4.50 6.00 




122.42 


Providence . ... 


S.B.Wilson. 


5 


103 


12.15 5.00 


7.00 


8.00 4.00 5.00 




114.85 


Trinity 


S.B. Wilson 


3 


3S 


24.39 6.00 


10.00 


2.30 3.44: 2.00 




63.04 


YoungsvlUe .. . 


S.B. Wilson 




89 


14.00, 11.25 


11-25 


10.21! 5.00 5.00 




127.65 


K. Chapel .. .. .. . 


S.B.Wilson 


1 


74 


20.00 5.00 


5.00 


3.00, 4.00 




110.50 


Clement 


D. W.Thoraasson . 
D. W.Thomasson . 


■"fi 


87 
203 


40.00; 12.00 


10.00 
60.00 


8.35; 8.00 5.00 
41.00 25.001 12.00 




98 22 


Ephesus . . 


85.00 


35.00 


351.00 


Sun Bethel 


D. W.Tboinasson 




19 


7.23 


3.00 


7.00 


2.02 2.50: 2.50 




25.25 


Lamberth Memorial 


D'. W.Thomasson . 


6 


26 


7.50 


5.00 


7.50 


2.50 2.50 





29.00 


Totals 


33 


833 


257.27 


103.25 


141.75 


109.79 66.94' 49.36 




728. 36 









N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



BLADEN. 



Churches. 


Pastors . 


EC 

E 


d 

S 

S 

a 
S 


a 
o 

si 

3D 


C 

c 

a 


09 

s 

U)CC 


Orphanage. 


n 

li 




X 

< 


1 = 
■§5 

=i 

5C 


"5 




R. L Byrd 

A. J. Freeman 

A. ,J. Freeman 

M L Mintz 

R. M. Hilburu 


2 

i 

7 


42 
49 
65 
68 
84 
74 
71 
19 

199 
83 

170 
46 


819.60 
1.00 
2.00 
1.50 


81.05 
1.00 
2.00 


86.17 
1.00 
2.50 
2.00 


83.54 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 




i 


$30.36 


Beard's Chapel 

Bethel 


'si.'oo 


si. 00! 

1.00 

1.00 


6.00 
9.60 
6.00 












D. H. Hilburn 

J. H. Dobson 


2 


2.00 
4.61 

54.19 
1.55 

10.16 
1.00 


2.00 
2.60 

"59.I8 
1.70 
12.16 
2.00 


1.98 
2.47 

~"66."28 

""i6.'97 
2.00 










5.98 


Cypress Creek 










9.68 


2617 
1.00 
7.14 
2.84 


"25"i9 


"io'io 


'83"o6 




Galeed 


I. P. Hidgepeth 

J. W. Cuob 

R. L. Byrd- 


4 


244.91 
4.25 




3.03 


3.00 
1.00 




52.46 




P. T. Britt- 


7 


8.84 










J. H. Dobson 

M. L. Mintz 


""5 


59 
103 


5.22 
12.45 


1.80 
5.00 


3.92 
7.06 








10.94 


Sandy Grove 


7.06 


3. .50 


6.00 




4L07 




J. T. Tyner 

R. L Byrd 


15 


97 
47 


28.14 














28.14 


Suggs' Grove 

Wstddell's 


































While Oak 

White Lake 


W. S. Ballard 

J. H. Dobson 

R M. Hilburn 


20 


249 
140 
68 


25.00 
7.00 
4.00 


6.00 

.25 

2.00 


21.00 
4.50 
1 15 


7.50 
5.00 
2.00 


5.06 
3.00 
1.00 


6.00 

7.62 
1.00 




70.50 
27.37 


Zioii Hill 


11.14 


Total — 


75 


1623 


179.42 


98.74 


139.00 


66.55 


41.72 


37.62 


3.00 


566.05 









BRIER CREEK. * 





N.T. Jarvis 

I Holler 

J. P. vjwaltney 

M. Walker 

N.T. Jarvis 


.— 105 
3 35 
1 89 

64 

— . 42 
, SI 






1.75 


1 
_ _ _ 1 


1.75 








1 




Bethany 

Bethel 






4.70 1 [ 


4.70 














2 20 
2.(10 






2.20 


Cranberry 










2.00 


S S. Goiorth 

G M. Burcbam 

M. iVlcNeill 

W.T. Comer 

J. i-). Wethernian_- 
.1. M Brink ley .— 


.„. 50 
5 171 
.... 123 
4 16b 
2 62 
14 149 
1 106 


1 


' 1 






Fall Creek 

Fishing Creek 

Grassy Knob 




' j 1 






.65 




.65 
2.00 


1 


1.30 




1 




2.00 








1 










2.06 
.50 





-| - 




2.00 


Lewis 

Mt. IMsgah 

Mt Sinai 

Mt. Vernon 












.50 


J. N. Briiikley 

M. Walker 

E. N. Gwynu 

E. Holler 

1. Holler 


....i 72 

—J 46 

10 8b 

— . 90 

3 158 
















::::::::: ::i:::::::: 












1.75 
LOO 








1.75 













1.00 









1.10 








1.10 




- 















W. A. Myers 


14! 178 

41 69 

.. .1 59 






2.70 
2.31 








2.70 




— 




.50 






2.81 


Rocky Hill. 

Shady Grove 

Shiloh 








1.00 


' 




1.00 


D W. Pool 

E. N. Gwynn 

C F. Fields 

E. Holler 

W T Comer 


20 239 

5| 68 
12' 270 

4; 80 
1 140 






4.72 


'l'" ' 




4.72 




— 


i 1 




1 












1 






Union 






14.20 3.75 


1 




17. 95 


W. T. Comer 


8 186 2.00 




15.15 








17.15 








1 






Total 


109 3094 

1 


2.65 




48.73 


5.25 


1 




•57.63 











1 





BRUNSWICK. 









77 
36 
48 
68 
58 
6M 


SlO.Ol 


$4.85 


85.23 


84.08 




$24.17 


Kr>th(^l 










t 


Beulah 

Camp Branch 

Chapel Hill 

Flah 


S. J. Caines 

C Milliken 


4 








1 






""loo 


1.13 


'""loo 


1.00 




2.13 


E. L. Swain 


.... 


.50 




2.50 


Jennies' Branch 


C. P Bullock 





40 .50 


.50 


.60 


2.00 


.75 


4.2 



ASSOCIATIONAL, STATISTICS. 



BRUNSWICK— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


x6 

1 
a 

3! 

D3 


.2" 

5 

Oj 

.a 

s 

94 
50 
66 
99 
116 
121 
89 
45 
94 
46 
72 
74 
94 
111 
28 


5 

-32 


a 



C.2 


a 
a 
Si 
a. 

u 




a 
«.2 

"■a 
% 


u 
13 .S 

< 


M 

•a c 

03 


"c5 







4 

""4 


15. 00 


5.57 


22.00 


10.60 


6.00 


4.80' 


105.97 


Little Door 


D. L. Hewett 

J. A Minlz 

D. L. Hewett 

D. L. Hewett 

N. Milliken 






1.73 
4.21 
3 00 


1.60 
3.00 
2.00 


.81 
8.00 
3.00 


1 33 
1.02 
3.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 


'Too 


2 00 


7.47 


Mill Creek 

Mt Pisgah 

New Britain 


1.00 
2.00 


■ 


12 23 
1.5.00 
1.00 


New Life 

Oak Grove... _ . 


J. A Mintz 

C. Milliken 

J. Harrt-lson 

J. A.'MiiUz 

G. W. Sellers 

C P Bullock 


6 
4 

22 
2 
6 

11 

"15 


1.21 
1.00 
1.00 


1.00 


i.66 

1.00 


1.00 


1.00 




8.21 
3.00 


Poly Bridge . _ 








2.00 


Prospect 








1.10 
6. .50 
2.00 




3.70 


Seven Creeks . 


1.40 
2.00 


1 


1.60 

4.301 2.00 




Shallotte 


2.00 


2.00 




14 30 


Soldier Bay - 


G. W. Sellers 




Southport-- 


2.00 


8.00 


21.17 


2.00 








3.3.17 


Town Creek 
























1 








Total 


78 1594 

i 


44.06 


29.65 


60.71 


40.03 


11.00 


21. 15 




206.60 













BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 



Beaver Creek 

Cub Creek .. 


A. T. Pardue 

D W. Pool.. 


1 


62 
78 
57 
41 

164 
52 
84 
33 

211 
8.S 

165 

100 
52 

103 
70 
78 
23 
35 

216 
54 

117 


15 00' 

3.00 

5.00 

5.00 

1.00^ 


J1.54 
7 00 
3.05 
3.00 
1.00 


S2.66 
8.00 
6.00 
3.00 
2.00 


...... 


'ii'.m 




9.20 
19.00 


Edgewood 


W. F. Staley.. ... 




i 2.00 

1.53 

] 2.00 


16.15 


Harmony 

Lewis' Fork 

Little Rock . 


A. T. Pardue 

W.F. Carlton 

G. Z. Buingarner.- 
W. F. Sialey 


7 
16 


12.53 
6.00 


Moravian Falls _ 


12.00 

8.441 

12.20i 

2.00: 

l.OOl 

50.00 


18.00 
2.00 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 

50.00 


20.00 
2.21 
8.40 
1.13 
1.00 

60.00 


3.10 

! 

1 1 


53.10 


Mt. Carmel-- . _ 


A.T. Pardue 




12.65 


Mt. Pleasant _ . 


J. F. EUer 


5 

"14 
6 
3 


2L85 


Mt. Zion 

New Hope 

North Wilkesboro 


Asa Brown 

W. F. 1 arlton 

W. F. Staley 

J. T. Nichols 

M McNeil . 


1.00 

_ . ' 




5.13 

3.00 

160.00 


Pleasant Grove 








Pleasant Home ... 


i.oo 

4.47 


2.00 


5.60 
7.".58 




1.00 




9.00 


Pilgrim 

Shadv Grove.. 


W. F. Carlton 

A T. Pardue 

A. J. Eller 


8 
2 


12705 


South Fork 














Stony Hill. 


W. F. Carlton 

J.G. Weatherman 

W. F. Staley 

W.J. Bumgarner.. 


'""8 
2 
2 


1.60 

1.00 

50.00 

10.00 


1.00 

2.30 

50.00 

5.00 


i.oo 

.5.00 
67.00 
5.00 








3.00 


Walnut Grove 

Wilkesboro 

Zion Hill 




"sJoo 




8.30 
172.00 
20.00 


Total 


74 


1878 


173.11 


148. 14 


204.98 




16.63 





542 86 









BUNCOMBE. 



Antioch 

AsHEviLLB, First. 

Avery's Creek 

Beaver Dam 

Bush Creek 

Berea 

Big Ivy 

BlLTMOHE 

Black Mountain 

Brown's Chapel 

Cane Creek 

Flat Creek 

Hominy 

Liberty 

Macedonia 

Morgan Hill 

Mountain View 

Mount Carmel 

Palestine 



J. A. Breudell, 

Wm. Lunsford 

W.H.Hooker. 



W. H. Hooker . 

O.L.Stringfleld 

J. A. B.iendell 

W.J.Cleveland 

J. A. Brendell 

J. A. Bradley 

A.T. Justice 

W.T.Bradley 

M.R.N. Caldwell. 
M. R. N. Caldwell. 

C.C.Club 

J. A Brendell 

E. Allison 

C. E. Jervis 

F. M. Pressley 



4 


1711 


55 


96 1! 


1 


51 


2 


45 


2 


44i 


3 


66' 


4 


183 


2 


85' 


1 


86 


2 


59 




176' 


13 


1361 


3 


143 


1 


47 


/ 


132 


16 


141 


10 


88 


7, 


83 


1 


27i 



SI4.O0' $4.00 
603.00.500 1)01, 

I 3.00 

30. 00' 29 00: 

2.00! i 

11.00' 

'..00; 

I9.OO1 

5.001 

1.00' 



4.00 



3.00- 
1.00 



44.00 20.00 
10. 00 5 00 



5.00, 
1.00. 
10.00 
7.00 



2.00 



815.001 
000. 0;); 
1.00 
47.00 
3.00, 
15. 00 
3.00 
IO.OOI 

"i.'oo'. 

34.00 
5.00 
28.00; 



00 82.00 
00 50.00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

no 

00 



815.01) 
1.00 
2.00 



5.00 



.5.00 
3. 00 
2.00 
5.00 „ 



5.00 
2.00 

2.001 



00.. 
00.- 
00.. 
00 

00 . 
00.. 
00-. 
00.. 
I 



2.00 
"5^00 



§.00 



2.00 
2 00 
3.00 



58.00 
2,.594.(H) 

7.00 
1-'3.(X) 

8.00 
37.00 
14.00 
54.0(» 
14.00 

3.00 
114.00 
26.00 
40.00 

3.00 
27.00 
26.00 
10 00 
20.00 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIO:^. 





BUNCOMBE 


— Conti 


Qued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


00 

s 

m 
P3 


d 
5 
£ 

Si 

£ 

a> 


5 


s 
c 

© CO 

32 


d 
fl.2 
II 


be 

CO 

a 

h 
0. 

C 


.5— 


CO 




c 


Pleasant Hill 


W.T.Bradley 

J. A.Bradlev 

F.M.Pressley 

E. Allison 


2: 86 
—J 47 

1| 49 
. .1 19 


4.00 
1.00 


2.00 
2.00 


5.00 
3.00 
4.00 


3.00 






1.00 


15.00 


Oak Grove 






6.00 


Spring Mountain 

Swannanoa 


3.00 








7.00 


2.00 
""25r00 










2.00 


Vernon Hill 




34 


15.00 
25.00 


5.3.00 
25.00 


4.00 
55.00 






2.00 


74.00 


West End 


B.L.Hoke- 


21 


41.00 




161.00 












Totals 


1593243 


800.00 


630.00 


1,291.00 


607.00 


52.00 




58.00 


3,438.00 







CALDWELL.* 












Bethanv 


I. C. Miller 




78 

29. 

24. 
157. 
103- 

67,. 

91j 

32. 

68^ 

43i- 
266 
1821 
165 

75 . 

27;. 

23'. 

39;. 

84'. 
159 
160. 

48. 
101 


5.5.00 


$1.25 
2.00 


81.50 


1 


? 7.75 


Blair's Fork 


J. M. Shaver 

D. L. Miller 

W.J.Buni^arner— 

J. M. Harris 

J. J. L. Sherwood- 
W. P. Southern.... 

J F. Eller 

J. H. Nelson 

J. M. Payne 

1. W Thomas 

G. H Church 

J. M Shaver 

J. G. Benfleld 

E. D.Crisp 

I.C.Miller 

L. C. King 


.... 

3 

y 

"1 
1 
3 
7 
6 
31 
8 
1 

7 
1 
7 
6 
3 
9 
3 






2.00 


Clarkes' Chapel 




1 




Dudley .Shoals 

Flemming's Chapel 

Glohe - 




7.28 




7.28 


1.50' . 




1.50 


25.62. 


[ 


25.62 


Granite Falls 


6.50. 


3.00 


21.00 


si. 00 


31.50 


Green Valley 

John's River 




.3.00 






3.00 


1 


3.63 


i 


3.63 


King's Creek 

Lenoir 


2.00 3.00 
45.80 19.25 
3 30. 


30.25 


6.68, 

17.00! 

3.08 


2.45 

3.31 


14.13 

115.61 

6.38 


Mt. Grove 


1 


1.56 


.92, 




2.48 


Mulberry. 




i 




Piuey Grove 

Pisgah 

Poovey's Grove 

Rocky Spring — 

Sardis . . 


LOO 

""2."00 ""II- 


1.00 

""iloo 


1.00! 




3.00 


.57 . - 






J. A. Recter 

J. J. L. Sherwood- 

J. M.Harris 

J. M Shaver 

W. N. Cook 

W. N. Cook 

J. A. Recter 

I. W. Thomas 


.50' 

5.00 


j 


L50 
5.00 


3.00 

4.50 


1.00 


6.00 








4.50 


Union Grove. ... - . . 




























Winkler's Grove 


2 41 


.35 

.82 1.47 


.35 


1.26 






1.90 
4.09 


Yadkin . 




30 


■««,-- 


1.00 












Total 


II72I61! 


66.42 24.07 


43.41 


104.78 

1 


8.76 


! 247.44 

















CAPE FEAR— COLUMBUS. 


















14 
62 
130 


.85 

$3.00 

2.91 

4.54 

2.25 
2.00 
2.00 
1.01 

15.41 
2.15 

10.17 


'sioo 

2.98 
"26l98 


.50 

$3.00 

1 65 

5.00 

1.25 

50.00 


&1.00 
3.30 
5.54 








$2. 35 




J. G Blalock -. . 










13.30 




W. S. Ballard 




1.36 






14.44 


Button - _ . 














9.54 








98 
75 
69 
190 
90 
24 
163 
113 
140 


"'"28.94 








1.25 




F. T Wooten _. 










151.39 






7 








2.25 




C Stfinley 

W. R. Calnes 

R M. Hilburn... 


2 60 
2.00 


2.40 
2.00 










6.40 




2.00 


2.00 






10.00 








1.01 


Cross Roads 

Goshen 


J. G. Blaloik 

W. S. Ballard 

A E. C Pillman .. 


9 


9.40 
4.00 
2.00 


77.50 
2.50 
3.12 


10.52 
I.IK) 
2.32 


10.10 
"T3,3 


4.19 
1.50 
1.78 




127.12 
11.75 


<3»riffin's X Roads 

Hinsoii's X Roads 


20.72 


Livingston's Chapel 

Macedonia 


J. G. Blalock 

M. Pridgen 




110 
126 


3.00 
.50 


1.50 
.50 


5.00 
5.00 


4.66 
1.00 


2.00 


1.00 




10.50 
7.00 


Mt. Sinai : 










Mt. Tabor 

VI t. Zion 


G. F. Stanley 

W. S. Bailard 

J. G. Blalock 

E. F. C. Pernell.... 


9 
4 
20 

1 


192 
106 
136 
51 


2.00 

2.00 

.75 

1.77 


2.00 

1.41 

1.25 

.30 


.5.66 
2.38 
6.40 
2.00 


2.00 
10.15 


""5I52 


2.00 




13.00 
21.. 52 


New Hope 


.86 




9.26 




1.30 




5.37 












Piney Forest 

Pleasant Hill 


F. T. Wooten 


8 


73 


5.61 


2.00 


2.29 


.5.00 


1.79 


.57 




17,24 


Pleasant Plains 


a". H. Porter 


16 


147 


5.47 


5.73 


11.31 


i.39 


1.40 


1.76 




27.05 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS. 





CAFE FEAK— COLUMBUS 


—Continued. 












Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 

a 

aa 


s 

1- 

s 


5 

is 


a 
o 


a 

r^ O 


3 

SI 

o 


_ a 
-a 


fcjoS 

< 


-§.2 

32 


o 

Eh 


Porter Swamp 


F. T. Wooten 


I 


86 


2.00 




12.29 


2.83 


7.17j 2.59 


1 26.88 


Smyrna 

Spring Branch 

Sweet Home 


J. G Blalock 

F. T. Wooten 

D. L. Hewett 


2 
4 


107 

273 

139 

17 

199 

100 

96 

87 


10.78 
.90 

3.00 

9..?- 
11.80 

5 10 
18.47 

4.04 


1.86 
2.43 
6.00 


19.15 

54.78 

6.00 


8.44 
6.86 
3.00 


3.35 2.00 
l.OO: 1.31 
3.40 




45.58 

67.28 

21.40 

9.57 


Western Prong 

White Marsh 

Whitevilie 


W. S. Ballard 

A. J. Freeman 

J. G Blalock. 


I 


1.90 
'1704 


5.94 

2.00 

28.85 

4.08 


5.44 
""12/25 


j 




25.08 


! i.3i 

11.57^ 2 00 




■ 8.41 
73.14 
12. 16 










' 






Total 


1063203 


137. 66 


86.28 


321.39 


118.85 


50.57 26.26! 


735.31 



















CAROLINA. 



89. 40 
16.00 



Be^r Wallow 

Beulah 

Crab Creek 

French Broad 

Fruilland 

Green River 

Holly Spring.s 

Henderson viiiLE 

Hooper's Creek 

Locust Grove 

Mt. Gilead 

Mountain Valley 

Mountain Home 

Mt. xMarial 

Mud Creek 

Mill River 

Macedonia 

Mt. Chrystial 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

River Side 

Refuge 

Shaw's Creek 

Stony Mountain 

Saluda 

Salem 



Totals. 



J. A. Wall 

J. L. Brookshire — - 

J.J. Gray 

W. A.Therrell 

E.Allison 

J. A.Sentell 

Z. A.Shipman 

A. R. Love 

O. L.Orr 

J. E.Seutell 

J. F. Woodfin 

B.P.Jackson 

J. L. McCarson 

J.M. Walker 

O. L.Orr 

O. L.Orr 

W. A. Morris 

R.M.Gilbert 

W. A. Morris 

O. L.Orr 

O. L.Orr 

E.A.Allison 

J. L. Brookshire.— 

F.T.Turner 

A.I. Justice 

T.H.Posey 



$2.50 
5.00 



45.00 
.5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 



$2 00 
2.00, 



53.00, 

5.oo; 



SI. 80. 
4.00. 



7.14 



8.4.5 



7.00. 
2.05i 



25.00, 
2.00 



2.5.00, 
2..50L 



13.03! 85.18. 



22. 59 
2.05 



5.00 



2.00, 
3.10 



4.00. 



5.00 



5.001 



2.00. 
5.00 
2.50 
2.50 



5.00,. 
2.50! 
5.00 



5.00. 



.51 
1.00 



8.50 
3.00 



2.00 
2.50 
37.00. 
2.60 
2.00. 
6 00 
2.50 



5.68. 
1.42. 



2.50: 



8.00. 
3.00. 



227131^6 



8.51109.74 82.15, 36.88 5.18 



83.00.. 



113.21 
9.50 
2.00 
9.00 
12. 10 
2.00 
15.00 
10.00 
12.50 



8.10 
4.92 

37.00 
5.10 
2.00 

22.50 
8.50 



3.00 223.46 



CATAWBA RIVER.* 



Abies' Chapel 

Antioch 

Bethanv 

Bethel 

Connelly's Springs 

Corinth 

Enon 

Hopewell 

Hull's Grove 

MORGANTON 

Mt Home 

Mt. Olivet 

Mull's Chapel 

North Catawba 

Oak Grove 

Olive Grove 

Pisgah_ 

Pleasant Hill 

St. John's 



A. P. Buiugarner. 

I W. Thomas 

J. A. Recter 

J. A. Recter — 

R. L. Piitton 

A. P. Buiisgarner . 

P.J Shell 

W. F. Hull 

J. M. Bridges 

M. L. Kesler 

P. J. Shell 

J. S G\v'altney ... 

W. B. Mull 

R. L. Pal ton 

P. J. Shell , — 

C. Queen 

C. Queen 

W. F.Hull 

L. A. Rogers 



—I 41 
I 85 

3 41 
..-I 38 

4 23 
...I 43 

19 1131 

8| 45' 

22 2471 

] 59' 

1; 22' 

...j 53 

... 141 

4' 139 

li 62 

8 77 

12 149 



00; 82.00 
321 1.26 

3": 
00' 
00 

OU' 

00 

00 

00 

00; 25.00 

00 1.00 



1.00 
1.00 
9.00 
1.00 
1.00, 



81.05 
8.43 
.37i 
2.00: 
1.00, 
1.00 

12.50 
2.00 



81.00. 

4.06'. 
.75|. 

2.50,. 

2.60'. 

1,00:. 
12.00. 

2.00 



1.5.00'. 



177.00 180.18, 
10.00 10.00 
2. 00 2. 00 



.50. 75 

2 50 



1.00 
2.00 



3.00 

12.00 

2.501 



40.00 
5 00 
1.00 
2.00 

12. .50 
2.50 



.39'. 



86.05 

18.07 

1.49 

7.50 

12 65 

12.39 

35.00 

6.00 

1,00 

432. IS 

26.00 

4.00 



105.75 
7.50 
2.00 
8.00 
39.00 
8.0 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





CATAWBA 


RIVER— Continued. 










Churches. 


Pastors. 


X 

S 

a. 


d 

S 
E 


c 


m i 

s , 

S 00 


i 




a. D 


Aged 
Ministers 

Sun School 
Missions. 


5 

c 


Shoup's Grove 

Smyrna 

Wilkies' Grove 

Zlon 

ZlonHill 

Zoar 


\V B Hull 


5 

•5 
15 
5 
6 

12.5 


106 
121 
63 
68 
118 
30 

2046 






.50 
6.00 
o.OO 
4.00 
1.00. 
3.00 
1 


i.no 

8.00 
1.00 
5.00 







9.50 


J. M. Harris 

C. M. Erwin 

P.J. Shell 

J. M. Bridges 

A P. Bumgarner— 


5.00 
2.26 


"I'oo 






19.00 




1.15 


10.41 
9.00 












1.00 


2.00 
124.45 


1.00 


1.50 




1.15 


8.65 


Total 


47.26' 


307. 60j 


297.14 




5.69 


782. 14 











CEDAR CREEK. 










Beaver Dam 

Bladen Union . . 


J. G. Fisher 

R X. Cashwell 


' 108 


$2.50 $2.50 


S2.50 


82.50 _ 1. — 1 


810.00 


5 142 


5.80 6.00 


5 76 


8.00 1 83.00 


28.-56 


Cape Fear - 


M. A. Stephens — 


1 59 


5.00 5.00 


5.00 


21.00 1 5.('0 


41.00 


Cedar Creek . — 


M. A. .Stephens — 


17 243 


18. S9 8.55 


3.5.31 


77.14 1 6.37 


14ti. 2i) 


Cumberland Union 


J. .\. Smith 


2 106 


5.00 5.00 


10.00 


11.75 .— . 5.00 


36. 7.1 


• ireat Marsh .- - 


T. J. Baker 


1 195 


17.5.5 8.51 


70.99 


69.12 , 8.70 


147.67 


Hope Mills 


J. M. Gibbs 


8 143 


15.00 15.45 


17.50 


21.60517.00' 5.00 


91.55 


Judson ... -_- 


M. .\. Stephens 


3 ir.5 


6.09 5.02 


6.62 


6.01 


5.04; 


28.81 


Lebanon 


J J. Hall 


...-I 106 


2.72 


2.27 


.5.00 


1 


9.99 


Ml. Gilead 


M. -\. Stephens 


4 96 


3.50 


3.60 


6.50 


3.50 


17.10 


Mt. Pisgah . . 


A. E. C. Pitman 


12 114 


4.00 4.00 


4.00 


4.00 1.50 1.50 


15.00 


Ma.ssev Hill 


.1. 0. Tew 


15 147 


12.32 10.00 


10.00 


15.70 


.5.00 


53. 02 


Man* hester 

Tabpniacle. 




1 








1 




R. N. Cash well.— 


il 32 


f.06 .85 


1.47 




1.50 


4. >■: 


Rozier . . . 


J. G. Fisher 


9, 64 


8.5:? 8.59 


13.00 


9.47 


6.30 


45.>'i 


liocktish. 


R. D.Cross 


.„.! 147 


10.50 ll.OOi 


18.50 


2.5.00 .3.00 




es.i'H 


Shaion 

Shiloh 


R D Cro*s 


1 8C 












R. T Byrd 


2 85 


6.39 2.15 


8.01 


2.2.3 


2.15 


20. '.<4 


(irten Springs 


T.J. Baker — 


6 165 


5.00 5.00 


10.00 


11.33 1.33 


3.00| 81.94 


37.60 


Total 


862117 


129 79 97.62 

1 


224 53 


286.41 22.83| 61.06! 1.94 

' 1 


824. 18 



*.^sociational Missions 869.33 



CENTRAL. 



Bay beaf 

Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Brassflelds 

Falls 

Flat Rock 

Foreslville 

Franklintou 

(41en Royall 

Harris' Chapel 

Hopkins ehapel 

Midway 

Mt. Olivet 

Mt. Vermin •- 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

Oak tirove 

Oak llidge 

Perry'.s Chapel 

Rai-kigti.I.-st Chuk(;h. 

Rocky Ford 

Role>vi'lc 

Biunaria 

St<iny Hill 

Wake H'okest 

Wake Union 

Wake X Roads 

Wesr Kaieigh 

Woodland 

Youngsville 

Totals 



W.H. Edwards 

S.J. Belts 

C. G. Lowe 

T.B. Justice 

A. V. Joyner 

.\. A. Pippin 

C. G. Lowe 

T.B.. lust ice 

C. A. Upchurch — 

.\. A. Pippin 

C.C. William.s 

S. Hagwood 

P. I). Mangum 

W. R.CuUoni 

A. ( '. Sherwood — 

J. L. Martin 

.1. D. Morris 

J. W. Sledge 

T. B Justice 

W.C.Tyree 

G. \V. Holmes 

W.R. Cullum 

R S.Stephenson.. 
J VV. Atkinson ... 

J. W. Lynch 

C. (;. r.i»we 

C. G. Lowe 

R.S.. Stephenson . 

A. V. Joyner 

T.B. Justice 



... 90 

.„ 86, 

' 64; 

...' 109 

22 102 

24 275 

8» 

6 142 

— 46. 

6 8-5 

7 1671 

4 93| 

5 60' 
2 16;i, 
7 129 

.-.' 116! 

16 1711 

...| 53 

10 122I 

34 6181 
...i 4ll 
28 ;«4i 
10 48 

6 97| 
17, 216; 

...I 52' 

.-I 1:33 

6 42 

5 136 



81.50, 83.451 
6.00: 3.00. 
8.OOI 3.OOI 
2.5.00 8.00! 
3.87 3.20, 
14..5:i 18.11 
16.11 7.00^ 
30.00 15. 00: 

I 781 

2.50: 

1.50 
5.00' 
1.00 



3 5' I 
8.00 
5.OOI 
3 00[ 



45.00 31.05 
8.50I 6.95 

17.62, 

10.00, 10.00 
61 I. 

25.00 10.00 

644.92 478.78 

3.00, 100 

52.00, 50.00 
3.73 1..56 
2.00' 1..50 
247.65 94.fl8 
5.00 2.00 
5.00 2..50 

21 m 10.50 
4.00 2.00 

20.00 10.00 



82.25 85.04 $3.05 

5 00 2.00 

.00 3.00 

.00 9.00. 5.00 
78 
.50 



10.(0 
16. .50 
3.00 
31.. 50 
26.53 
15.00 
5.80 
2.50 
5.00 
5.00, 
1..50 
31.05 
10.00 
II. -2.5 
10.00 

■"3.50! 
775. 49 

1.00. 

100.00! 

2.06|. 

1..50 

91.18i 

5. 00 

2. .50, 

11 43! 

H.OOl 

20.00 



00 

00 

93 

00 

00 

00- . ! 

00 1.50,. 

00 10.09, 

80 I. 

17 2.50, 



3. .51 
5.00 
1.30 
3.00 

2.50' 



4.65 



2.50 



L50 



3.28.-.. 

1756, "5.00, 



2.85 



50 I — 

25 5.00, 

65162 35 — 



66 88 6.00|. 

""i.'.5o"i'56'; 

201. 2:i 51.00.. 

8.00 2.00, 

.5.00. 
17.50 
10.00 
10.00 



L81 



2.80 
2.00 
.5.00 



10.00 



5.25 5.00, 



3.00. 



$15. -'0 
16.(10 

31.00 

14. - I 

78. "4 

68. 30 

206.00 

8.81 
19.00 
25.00 
2:3.80 
10.00 
152. 19 
29.25 
.51.20 
41.22 

2.11 

7.5.75 

2428. 19 

5.00 
274.88 

7.3.5 

8.00 
698.74 
29. .88 
15.00 
74.08 
24.00 
(is, (10 



2213975 1240. 14 78:?. 06 1209.54i 1002.85 284.10 38.41 24.31, 46.'<-'.>l 

1 I i I 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



CHOWAN. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


OS 

s 

X 


ft 
ic 

an 

s 


s 


a 



QJ CD 

IS 


Foreign 
Missions. 


5 
a. 
o 


a 
j^. a 

.Eh 


2 
< 


li 


s 




Ariel 

Ballard's Bridge 


M.L.Green 

W.B. Wafif- 

Duncan Mi'Xeod .. 
W.E. West - 


3 
1 


42 
439 

36 
300 
2tJ0 
111 
317 
160 
101 

44 


8.00] 

60.00 27.71 
10.00 2. .50 

25.00 10.00 
20 00, 10.00 
13.00; 6.00 
23.65 28.50 

29.001 5.00 
20.00 10.00 

2.50 


2.05 
72.04 

2.50 
10.00 
10 00 
10.00 

6.62 

8.00 
15 00 

2. .59 


2.00 

23.46 17.30 


2.00' 

3 00 


14.05 

203.51 

15.00 




1 




45.00 


Bethel — 


J.W.Rose - 


4.24 

9.00 3.00 


3.14 

3.00 - 


47.38 


Beulah - - 


Josiah Elliott- 




44.00 


Blackwei.l's MeM'AIj- 

Center Hill 

Chappell's Hill 

Coinjock 


Josiah Crudup 

Josiah Elliott 

Josiah Klliott 

E.S.Pierce 


20 
3 
10 

2 


"31.'00 

36.00 

3.09 


"5^00 
7.00 


"3." 00 
3.00 


"9^00 


58.77 

90.00 

91.00 

8.18 












N. PVstahings 

W. P. Jordan 

W.E. West 


3 
19 


115 
417 
211 


15.00 14.00 
25. OO; 10.00 
20.00 5 (in 


17.78 
25.00 
5.00 


13.60 
""'2."59 






16.05 


60.43 


Cool Spring 


5.00 




65.00 






32.59 
















Ebenezer 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City 


J. B. Kerebee 

C. A. G.Thomas ._. 
C. W. Duke - . ... 


10 

7 

49 
7 
6 
7 
9 


224 
246 
677 
154 
168 
54 
103 

167 
152 

29 
163 
101 

46 

'46 


17.72 
75.00 
231.34 
14.49 
25.61 
4.00 
10.00 

""35."00 
16.52 


5.38 
96.83 
71.00 

6.19 
14.50 

2.00 

'23.'53 
6.00 


2 00 

183.47 

358. 15 

24. 23 

17.50 

2.00 

5 00 

"26."oo 

15.00 


22 84 
84.80 
14.00 

7.80 
17.14 

2.00 

"'441b 
10.00 


'io'oo 

40.00 
3.00 
7.00 

'i.'oe 
io.oo 

2.50 


'15^50 




47.94 
465.60 
714.45 


Eureka 

Oatesville 

Genoa 

Great Hope 


Josiah Elliott 

W.B. Waff. 

J.B.Ferebee 

J.N. Booth-. . . 


3.22 
3 00 
2.00 




.58.44 
84.75 
12.00 
16.06 




"s^oo 

4.00 






Hertford . . _ 


J.N. Booth 






137.93 


Macedonia 


C. A.G.Thomas ... 
T. G. Wood 


— 


54-. 08 




Josiah Elliott 

S. F Bristow 

J N. Booth 


1 

8 


17.65 
5.00 
5.00 

""i6."oo 


10.00 
4.25 
2.53 

"5.'6o 


26.38 


35.00 




3.30 




92.33 


Mt. Pleasant 


9.25 




5.00 

"'"io'oo 










12.50 






— - 


■'"s.'oo 











Moyock 


30.00 














Oak Ridge 


S. F. Bristow 




41 
42 
15 


2.00 
3.00 
1.00 


"2^00 
1.00 

"3.40 
3.47 

20.'00 

1.17 

33.31 


5.00 





— 






7.00 


Olivet 




3 


.5.00 




Duncan McLeod.. 


50 










2.50 








E. S. Pierce 

B. S. Pierce 

J. B. Ferebee . . 


6 
11 


96 
100 

79 
176 
110 
220 

37 

98 
469 


4.00 
5.00 
40.00 
50.00 
10 00 
32.50 


5.00 
5.00 
15.00 
20.00 
17.19 
21.75 


7.21 

3.61 

1.00 

58. .50 

11.29 

12.00 






_i 


19.61 


Powell's Point 









17.08 
155 00 
163.50 

45.65 
102.56 


Remoth Gilead . _ - 


W- E. West 

E. S. Pierce 

W. B. Waff. 


1 
2 


15.00 
"10^00 






Rehoboth 


"'3.'o6 




Riverside 




Roanoke Island.. 


T. G. Wood 

J. W. Rose 


1 
70 


"40.00 


'35.'60 


2.01 
40.00 


20.90 
42.84 








22.90 


Rockyhock 


10.00 


7.80 




175.64 








"lO.OO 
20. UO 
28.00 
10.00 
35.00 
18.00 

3.08 
40 00 

2.00 
24.00 
10.00 
15.00 
















Salem .. . 




13 

" 7 

3 

21 

7 

"23 

'""5 
14 


165 
337 
271 
148 
313 
230 

76 
445 

U 

I8y 

177 
152 


5.00 

5.00 

79.43 

Ib'.oo 

12.00 
2.00 
15. OC 


5.00 
10.00 
40.00 
10.00 
15.00 
10.00 

2.00 
20.00 


10.00 

"'le.'is 

10.00 
17.00 
20.00 
1.58 
5.00 


'io'oo 

25.00 

'lo.'oo 

3.00 


5.00 

"Km 

.3.00 
4.00 




35.00 




■T. N. Booth 


45.00 


Sawyer's Creek 

Shiloii . 

Southside . . 


W. E. Wright 

J B. Ferebee 

S. F. Brisif)w 

N P Stallings 

N. P. Slallings 

J. W. Rose 

B S. Pierce 

.1. N. Booth 

S. F. Bristow 

S.Chaplin 


193.58 
3.100 
91.00 
63.00 

8.66 


Warwick 


5.00 






85.00 


Whale's Head 






2. 00 


Whiteviile Grove 

Wood vi lie 


10.00 
3.00 
12.00 


1.5.00 
4.00 
15.00 


11.00 
4 46 

719.70 


5.00 
4.16 
5.00 


5.00 




70.00 

25.82 


Yeopi m 






47.00 












Totals 


355 


8829 


1141.04 


619. 12 


1122.76 


213. 15 


85.96 


25.05 3936 7« 


I 




! 





10 



K. C. BAPTIST STATE C0XVE:\'TI0X. 
EASTERN. 



Churches 




Alum Springs 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Boykin's Chapel 

Bear Marsh 

Clintou 

Concord 

Corinth 

Cedar Fork 
Dobson's Chapel 

Del way 

Ebeuezer 

Faison's 

Hallsville. 
Island Creek ... 

Ivanhoe 

Johnson's 

Kenasville 

Lisbon 

Maple Hill 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt Olive 

Magnolia 

New Hope.. 
Piney Grove 
Poplar Grove 
Rowan... 
Rose Hill 
Sharon 

Siloam 

Spring Vale 

Warsaw 



Does not include Associational missions nor Gospel missions which amount to about $593.61. 

ELKIN.* 



Center. _. 


J. N. Barker 




30 i ' 


■ 1 








Cool Spring 


G. M. Burcham..-. 




247 ' 












Fishing Creek . 


M. .McNeill 




50 










? 


Pleasant Hill 


W. \V. Myers 

S E. (ientrv 

J N. Barker 

Grant Cotbren 

A. T. Pardue 

J W Brown 

G. M Burcham 


15 
3 

14 
-"5 

37 


83 ; 










1 


Pleasant Home „_ . 


82' 












Popular Spring 


64 i. . . . 












Roaring Gap 


37 ... --- 


j 






Rock Creek 


173 










Shoaly Branch 


98 . 














White Plains 


83 




























Total. „ 


947 





























PLAT RIVER 



Amis Chapel P. H. Fontaine I 18 192 

Antioch — .7. A. Beam ' 14 112 

Bethel ; J. A. Stradley 14 224 

Bethany i P. H. Fontaine 2 &) 

Bullock t R. H. Marsh. (.... 26 

Corinth. I H. T. Stevens 12 138 

Concord i p:. R. Harris.. 7 101 

Creedmore O. N. Marshall I 5 47 

Enon R. H. Marsh 11 137 

Fellowship , J. A. Stradlev 20 138 

Florence Avenue i J. M. Coleman i ' 68 




27.25' 
6.76 
5.39| 

71.57 



5.78' 
2.70| 
92.00: 



.90 

.36 13.22, 



10. 65' 
4.25 
3.00|. 

67.78 
4.00. 
2.70,. 



2.35' 
2.05 



4.00 10 

2, 

1, 



25 

05 ' 

50 

00 

00 

00 1.00 



79.25 
52.31 
19.81 

407.08 
7. 87 •- 
27. 2# 
30.00 
12. .50 

136 14 
31.12 
47.70 



ASSOCIATIO^^AL STATISTICS. 



11 



FLAT RIVER— Continued. 



Churches. 



Grassy Creek 

Hester's 

Island Creek 

Knap of Reeds 

Knott's Grove 

Mill Creek - 

Mountain Creek 

Mt. Harmony 

Ml. Zion 

Oxford 

Olive Branch 

(ilivc Grove 

Peace Chapel 

Poplar Creek 

Providence 

Pleasant Grove 

Rosboro 

Rock Spring 

Sharon ; 

State Line 

Stovall 

Tally Ho 

[Slaughter estate- 
Totals 



Pastors. 



P. H. Fontaine — 

R. H. Marst) 

I. ^'. Loft in 

E. R. Harris 

J. R. Pace 

G. T. Watkins. 

A. V. Joyntr 

J. H. Gordo'i 

R. H. Marsh 

A. B. Dunaway— 

J. R Pace 

J. VV. Atkinson „ 

0. N. Marshall 

VV. R. Cullom 

J. H. Gordon 

A. C. Sherwood— 
G. T. Watkins 

1. N. Loftin 

E G. Cary 

H. B. Jordan 

H. B. Jordan 

J. A. Stradley 



175' 
230 
2611 
138 

57 
254 
250 

44. 
209 
253 
147 

841 

100; 

no 

84: 

1291 
1251 
132 
67 1 
116 
233 
230, 



m 

5.22 
7.60 
19. 0' 
10.00 
1.8' 
30.00 
20. 80 






feS 



5.00! 
6.40i 
10. 46' 
9. 40; 



35.08 

1.33.50 

2.10 

2.66 

7.08 

15.17 
1.50 



25.00 
11.70; 



12.50 
7.05 

10.16 

14.50 

1.50 

200 08 

12. 20 






20. 45 
196.351 

""50 
2.05 
6.90 
1.40 



20.00 19.00 
13.40 17.35 

3 23 . 

2.60l 

6.07| 
14.66 
93. 35 . 



38.31 

125.28 

1.97 

2.80 

3.05 

11.14 
2.00 



52.00 



2.00 
3.00; 

8.83 



2.36 

1.24 

13.98 

17.76 

93.35 



16.81. 
41.85 5.75 
22 95 6.00 
16. 60 3. 65 

1 2.50 

50.21: 39.50 
15. 10 . 

1.00. 
49.10 
62.34 

2.00 

6.06 

4 60, 

7.73; 

4.51' 



5.31 
6.34 
■ 50 



1.00 
6.20 
2.41 

1 4.00 

75 06 20.00 
1 5.40 



5.00 2.00 
11.98 3.00 
15.67 









X 



2 31 

3'. 801 "4^00 

2.72' 

3.20, 1.20 



25.00 5.00 



6.75 

14.30| 

90' 

25.00 



1.21 



5.00 
5.20 



2.00 



433.4678 554.01441.92: 917.67, 611.91222.44128.13 



3.25 



5.00: 



1.00 



41.94 

76.45 

71.36 

08.5.5 

5.87 

374.79 

59.80 

1.00 

155 00 

538.11 

7.47 

37.00 

17.78 

51.60 

11.82 

4.00 

196.06 

41 35 

5.59 

14.84 

41.71 

58.92 

186.70 



33.67 2908.75 





FRENCH 


BRO.\D. 














Bull Creek 


A. J. Sprinkle 

Joliu Ammons 

L. J. Bailey 

L. C. Roberts 

L. J. Bailey 

W. A. Sim's 


13 
27 
3 
19 
34 
11 


137 

238 

115 

121 

122 

111 

98 

113 

68 

56 

213 

65 

88 

102 

34 

135 

172 

114 

50 

96 

149 

96 

119 


82.00' S2.00 
15.00 11.15 

1.93 


82.00 

40.00 

1.37 

4.00 


85.00 

90.00 

7 55 

8.00 

5.00 

80 






$11.00 

156.15 

10 85 

15.00 

6.00 

1.60 

50 

6.70 

2.00 


Mars Hill 








1 




Laurel Branch 

Peek Chapel 

Little Creek 


2.00 
1.00 

^50 


2.00 


.::::.!..: 




80 




Little Ivy 

Upper Laurel 

Foster's Creek 




T. C. King 


6 


6.70 




1 


A. J. Sprinkle 








2.00 
5.65 
7.50 
2.00 
1.00 




Marshall 


M. A. Wood 

L. J. Bailey 

A. J. Sprinkle 

P. T. INIcFee 


1 
7 
10 


6.50 
1.03 


6.50 


5.50 




24.15 


Urape Vine . 

Long Branch. _ 


I 


8.53 


1 


2 00 


Madison Seminary 






70 
2 50 
2.50 

50 


j 


1.70 


Locust Grove 


C. D Cole 


2 




2.50 1 1 1 5.00 


Laurel Seminary 

Paint Gap 


L. C. Roberts 

C. D. Cole 


2.'50 
1.50 
4.50 

"""6^00 
3.00 


2.50 

Yoo 


1 


84.50 85.00 14.50 


5.00 
8.00 






7.50 
12.00 
4.50 
5.03 
19.70 
11.00 


Walaut Creek 






:::::: t 


California 


T. C. King 


23 




! 


Paint Fork 


C D Cole 


""3M0 
3.00 


1.53 
8.30 
5.00 


3.50 
2.00 








Piney Mountain 

Forks Ivey 


W f. Bradley 

W. T. Bradley 

A. J. Sprinkle 

L. C. Roberts 


9 
19 
5 
5 


— 















Big Laurel 


2.00J 2.00 


2.00 


9.00 








15.00 


\ 




Totals . 


200 261 '2 


49.46 41.25 


75.60 


163.50 


1 4.50 


5.00 329.41 



























GREEN 


RIVER. 














Bethel 


D. J. Hunt 


3 
7 
3 
2 
3 
6 


236 
169 
34 
111 
155 
84 
94 
33 


85.00 
7.00 
2.00 
2.43 


85.00 
5.00 
1.00 
2 43 


88.50 
6.00 


85.60 
7.00 








26.10 


Bethlehem 


D J Hunt 








25.00 


Beulah. 


Elbert Jackson 

B. P. Jackson 

B. M. Hamrick. 

T. J. Moss 








3.00 


Big Level 


2.43 


2.43 








9.72 


Bill's Creek 










Camp Creek.. .. 


3.00 
1.00 
L75 


3.35 


4.15 


3.75 

1.11 

17.10 








14.25 


Cane Creek- 










2.11 


Chapel Hill 


A. P. Sorrels 




3.80 


1.05 








28.70 



12 



K. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



GREEN RIVER— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


i 

i| 

a j 

a 1 

a 1 


0. 

Si 
a 

u 
a> 

E 


X 1 

1 1 
X 1 

is 


CO 

B 

_c 

© CO 

£- 
cS 

B 


Foreign 

Missions. 


1 

S 
s 
p. 

O 




Aged 

Ministers 

Sun. School 
Missions. 


1 


Cherry Spring .__ 


A. P. Sorrels 

E. Buchanan 

W. W.Jones 

B. M. Hamrick 

J. S. Gwaltney 

Z. T. Whitesides... 
E. Buchanan 


1 

1.5 


97 
109 

98 
142 
l.SS 

14 

17 
140 

23 
1.35 

97 
1.52 
238 
230 

.59 

50 
312 

58 

75 
211 
160 

47 
290 

as 

185 
25 
68 
76 
38 
5.5 
6.5 
51 

4440 


2.10 
11.00 
3.00 
1.00 
3.00 
9.00 
1.00 
2.00 


2.07 
4.23 

Too 

"'2."00 
1.00 


3.00 
9.00 

""'i.'oo 

6.05 

5.00 



3.00 
1.00 


5.00 
10.00 
3.16 
1.00 
10.00 
5.00 
1.00 
4.00 






12.17 






32.23 


Columbus 






6.16 


Cooper's Gap 

Dysartsville 


— 




4.00 
19.05 




19.00 
2.00 

11.00 
2.00 


Hall Town 




Harmony Grove 


A Hunt 








A. P. Sorrels 

B. B. Harris 

W B. Morton 

T. J. Moss 


Si 

i 





Macedonia . 


::::::::i::::: :::::: 








41.17 
5.00 
16.67 
16.40 
2.00 


45.85 
3.11 
4.65 

10.00 
1.00 


25 15 

142.80 


33.16 
4.00 
8 30 

10.00 
1.50 






144. T3 


Mill Springs 




1 


12.11 




D. J. Hunt 


19 
8! 

s: 

6 

.-.1 

2 
23 
17' 

l! 






37.50 




D. J. Hunt - . 


— 1 


179.20 


Mountain View 


Elbert Jackson 

J. B. Arlige 

D. J. Hunt 

W. L. Hanes 

B. M. Hamrick. 

H D. Uarrill 

T. T. Whit«sides... 

C. B Justice 


4.50 










28.14 
2. 58 
2.00 
6.10 
3.00 
2.00 

20.00 


18.91 
3.00 
1.00 
5 81 
3.00 


52.28 
2.00 
2.65 

11.10 
2.50 


17.50 

40.00 

1.55 


. 




116.81 


Old Fort 






47.58 
7.20 

23.01 
10.75 
3.00 
99.70 


Pinev Knob 


1. _ . 




Pleasant Hill 


1 




Ple-isant Grove .. 


2.25' •' . 




Rook Spring 

Round Hill 


1.00 
29 00 


1 


10.70 


40.00 






Round Knob 








C B. Justice 

R. C Champion-.. 

J. w. Walker 

s. A. Bridges 

J. S. Gwaliney 

W. M. Jones 

H. R. Freeman 


22 
""6 

"'6 


100.00 

50 

1.60 

1.00 


97.93 


125.00 


56.50 






379.43 
50 

8.60 

2. no 

2.00 
11.00 
9.93 








Silver Creek 


"Too 


4.00 


3.00 












Sunny Vale 

Tryon 

Whitside Valley 

Zion Hill 




2.00 
3.00 
3.16 






4.00 
2.10 
2.50 


4.00 
1.56 


'" OI 


L_ .i 


1 


E. Buchanan... _. 




7.00 ..-]. -— i 9.50 






163; 








Totals 


311.04 242.40 


468.15 


299. 57 1 I j 1321. 16 



«l 



HAYWOOD. 



Allen's Creek 


W. M. Pruett 


10 


93 
107 








, 
















Belmont 














i ' 




Bethel 


R. A. Sentelle 


.... 


.53 *> no 


S2.00 


S2.00 


S2.00 


1 . 


8 OU 


Cataloochee 


75 
118 




1 




Cove Creek 












:::::::::::::::::- 






M. R. N. Caldwell. 
T). C. riavis 


6 


1 55 


1.00 

78 


1 00 


11.29 




14.84 


East Fork -._ . ._ 


3 1.3.^ 


92 


j 




1.70 






16:^ 
Zi 
66 

9S9 










Friendship 


.1. M. Haynes 




"'"l.'35 


"Too 


""3^26 


— - 1 








R. A. Sentelle 




5.00 
7.28 





11.55 




M. R. N. Caldwell 


34 


S.5.00 






12.28 


Mt. Zion . 




39 


















M. R. N. Caldwell 


.... 


57 
















Olivet 










. 





• 


Panther Creek 




















Pigeon 
























Piefl.sant BaKsam 


J. M. Haync* 




119 
194 

88 


2.00 






5.00 
49.20 








..-.7.00 


Pleasant Hill. 


L. B. While 

J. r Carson 

R A. Sentelle 

B. W. N. Sims .... 


2 
1 


20.27 


58.92 


35.75 


162.14 


RalcliflCove 


6.17 
.32 36 
47.83 








6.17 


Rock Spring 

Wayne-sville 


23 103 
8 276 


"lo.m 


8.92 
92.25 


26.00 
24.90 


12.72 






SO. 00 
17.5.64 


Totals 


gy oofA 


38 75' '-1-^ >*" 


92.85 


166. 13 


17.72 






461.32 



















ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



13 



JOHNSTON. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



I a 



CQ 



ADtloch 

Baptist Center 

Benson 

Bethany. — 

Bethesda 

Beihel 

BiHckman's Grove 

i Centre's Chapel 

Clayton 

Clyde's Chapel 

Corinth 

Calvary t 

Four Oaks 

Hood's Grove 

Lee's Chapel* 

Live Oak 

Micro 

Mount Moriah i 

Noble's Chapel j 

New Bethel I 

Oliver's Grove j 

Parish Memorial j 

Pauline ] 

Pine Level 

Pisgah [ 

Princeton j 

Sardis 

Selina | 

Shiloh ._. j 

Siuilhfleld 

Thanl4sgiving 

Trinity | 

While Oak 

Wilson's Mills ' 



Worley Creech 

C. W Blanchard- 

J. W. Suttle 

Worley Creech 

J. W. Wuttle 

R. W. Horrell 

D. h\ Putnam 

R. W. Horrell 

C. W. Blanchard. 

A. A. Pippin 

A. A. Pippin 

N. H. Gibbs 

D. F. Putnam 

D. F. Putnam 



B. G. Early 

R. W. Horrell 

S. J. Belts 

R. W. Horrell 

8upply 

B. G. Early 

R. W. Horrell . 

L). F. Putnam 

B. G. Early. 

D. F. Putnam 

R W. Horrell _... 

B. G. Early 

C. W. Blanchard- 

B. Townsend 

J. W. Suttle 



D F. Putnam. 
A. j\. Pippin ._ 
J. VV. Suttle... 



Total I 2612590 



13 167 
15 78 

14 149 
74 

169 
14 



02 






$15.00 

22.00 

65. 00 

6.10 

25. 00' 

2.oo! 
10. ool 
n.35 



W..50 
3.00 
7.50 
2 00 
5.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.50 



183.13134.45 

6.00 2.50 

7.50 2.50 

I... 



10.00 

7.oo; 



3.00 
1.25 



34 

9 

153 

78 
82 
171 
50 
35 
38 
52 
91 
15 

116 
59 

148 
52 
35 

119 
49 



4.50 

2.00 
50.00 
20.00 
20.00 

2.50, 
12. 50 

1.50! 

5.00: 

12. so; 
15. oo; 

5.001 
125. 00! 
15.91 
196.50 
2.00 
7. 60; 
17.78 

10. ool 



1.00 
.50 

12.00 
2.00 
8.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
7.50 
2.00 

25.00 



SI. 50 

2.50 

18.00! 

1.251 

6. 00! 

.501 

3.751 

1.25 

125 00 

3.00 

3.00 



82.50 
13.08 
16.00 
2.90 
15.00 
1.00 
4.50 
2.00 
128.38 
4.00 
3.00 



2.50 
2.00 



$1.50 
1.00 
5.00 
1.25 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

29.90 
2.00 
1 00 



7.00 1.25 
1.00 2.00 



1.00 
.50 

100. oo; 

2.00 
5.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 
5.00 
1.00 

32. 80 
3 00 

68.50 



2. 50 
3.00! 
3.00 



3 25 
1.00 
5.00 



897.27 236.70 402.80 



4.12 

2.54 

20.00 

2.00 

12.00 

.50 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

2.00 

2.00 

1.00 

30.00 

10.00 

32.74 

1.75 

3.00 

5.00 

6.00 






82. 00 
1.50 
3.00 
1..50! 
3.00' 
l.OOl 
1.00 
2.00 

12 50 
2.00 
2.00 



1.25 
1.50 



1.00 
.50 
5.00 
2.00 
5.50 



1.00 

.50 

1.00 

i.ool 

2. oo! 

1.00 

10.00 

2.00 



2.00 
1.00 
4.00 
2.00 
5.00 
.50 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.25 
2.50 
1.00 
10.00 
2.00 



10.00, 15.00 



1 00 1.00 
1.50: 2.00 
3.00' 4.00 



338.01' 97.90 91.51 15.012,079.19 



24.00 

43.08 

114. .50 

15.00 

56.00 

6.50 

22.26 

19.10 

613 36 

19.60 

19.00 



25.00 
14.75 



5.00 



6.58 



2.43 
1.00 



13.62 

7.04 
196. 00 
30.00 
55.60 

4.60 
18.60 

6.00 
10.00 
19.25 
28.00 
10.00 
215.30 
34.91 
354. 32 

5.76 
18.25 
32.71 
32.00 



* Just received from South River Associatiou. t No report. 

KING'S MOUNTAIN. 



"I 



Beaver Dam 

Bethlehem 

Boiling Spring 

Bessemer City 

Buffalo 

Casar 

Carpenter's Grove 

Cherry ville 

Double Shoals 

Double Springs 

Elizabeth 

FalUston 

(i rover 

King's Mountain 

Lattiniore 

Lawnsdale 

Mt. Siuai 

Mt. V'eruon 

Mt. Zion ^. 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

New Prospect 

Oak Grove 

Patterson's Grove 

Palt«r.son's Station 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 



M. E. Parrish 

A H. Sitns 

C. W. Sailer 

J C. Gillespie 

R. N. Hawkins... 

Julius Prewit 

T.Dixon 

C. W. Payseur 

T. J. Moss 

D. (i. Washburn.. 

A. H.Sims 

T. Di.xou . 

J.T.Bailey - 

A. H.Sims i 

A. C. Irvin j 

J. V. Devenny j 

J. M. Goole.-. 

W. B. Mull '- 

C. W. I'ayseur 

J. V. Devenny ' 

I. T. Newton 

T. Dixon j 

R. N. Hawkins ! 

R. N. Hawkins \ 

D. G. Washburn ..; — 
D. G. Washburn ..'— . 
D. G. Washburn .. 



333 


813.00 


85 00 


269 


15 00 


5.00 


304 


6.00 


4.00 


260 


10.00 


5.00 


58 


1.00 


1.00 


51 


3.00 


3.00 


82 


5.00 


2.00 


275 


20 00 


5.00 


112 


3.00 


3.00 


331 


26.00 


12.00 


334 


30. 00 


15.00 


62 


.5.00 


6.00 


207 


17.00 


14.00 


268 


20.00 


5.00 


131 


10.00 


3.00 


46 


12.35 


13.05 


119 


2.50 


2.50 


102 


2.00 


1.00 


173 


6.00 


8.00 


155 


27.70 


27.85 


•'174 






260 


7.00 


7.00 


97 






113 


2 00 


3.00 


77 


3.00 


3.00 


294 


.10.06 


8.00 


254 


10.00 


8.00 




85.00 
12.00 
12.00 
11.48 

1.00 

5.00 

3.00 
21.62 

5.0O 
16.00' 
30 00 

7. 25, 
14.00 
26. 40, 

5.00i 
22.35' 

2.501 

i.oo! 

14.001 

39.25 

5.28 

8.00, 



2.60 2.00 1.00 1.00.. 

3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 -- 

10.00 5.65 4.00 3.00.- 

13.00 7.00 2.60 1.00.. 



11.50 
16.00 
40.71 
41. 5„ 



14 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COKVENTIOX. 



KING'S MOUNTAIN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastorsi 


00 

a 

a 


a 

S 


s 


S 

33 


c 2 


Ol 

M 

a 
c 
a 

a. 

5 


Ministerial 
Education. 


OS 

< 


•g.2 

gi 

02 


O 


Poplar Springs — 

Ross' Grove 

Sandy Plains 

Shady Grove 

SHELBY 

Union 


J. C. Gillespie - 




109 


3.85 
4.00 
8.00 
3.00 
110 00 
5.00 
10.00 
15.00 
10.00 


2. .50 
2.00 
6.00 
4.00 
60.00 
4.00 
4.00 
7.00 
5.50 


3 05 
5.00 
5.66 
8.00 
85.00 
6.00 
6.00 
7.00 
6.50 


3 OO; 2.41 
2.50 1.00 

4.25' 

5.00 1.00 
40.00 15.00 

5.00 

5.00 2.00 
3.00 2.00 
8.00 2.00 


50' 

1.00 

2.00 

1.00 

10.00 

1.001 

1.00, 

2.00 

2.00! 


15.31 


J C. Gillespie 

B. M. Bridges 

C. W. Pavseur .... 

M. E. Parrish 

J. V. Devenny 

R A. Hedgepeth... 
Z. D Harrill 

D. G. Washburn — 




109 
24.5 
96 
446 
180 
115 
209 
185 


1.5.50 
25.91 
22.00 
320.00 
21.00 
28.00 


Zion . - — 


36.00 




24.00 






Total 




6738 


43.5.46 264.40 

1 1 


427.84 


327.10 93.33 


81.19 7.95 


1637.27 














1 





Number of baptisms omitted by clerk ; 265 in 1904. 

LIBERTY. 



Abbott's Creek 

Asheboro 

Center Cross 

Denton 

Gravel Hill - 

HoUoway's 

Huldah 

Jackson's Creek 

Jersey 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Lick Creek 

Maple Springs 

Marion 

Ml. Lebanon 

New Friendship 

Oak Hi.l 

Pine Meeting House... 

Pinev Grove 

Reed's X Roads 

Orphanage 

Rich Fork 

Stoner's Grove 

Sumraerville 

Taylor's Grove 

Thomasvilie 



Thomas Carrick. 

No report 

No report 

Jeff. I>aiining 

Heniv Sheets 

J. R. Miller 

No report 

L. G. Lewis 

J. R. Miller 

W. A. Smith 

Jeff. Lanning 

Henry Sheets 

No repc)rl 

No report 

No pastur 

E. H Jones 

No report 

S. D. Swaiiu 

Henrv Sheets 

J. R. Miller .... . 

G. P. Harrill 

J. R. Miller 

Jeff. Laning 

J. Lanning 

No report 

G P. Harrill 



176 

8 
17 
90 
35 
182 
20 



flS.OO $5.00, Sll.OO S21.00U5 00 



6.44 3 50, 5.08 12.50 2.00 
.5.00 3.20 6.75 6.00 1.00 
16..50| 5.00 22.85 20.00 .5.00 



88. 
172 
223 
1.56 
120 

35 . 
5. 

37 
127 

2-i. 
215 

88 
171, 
1G6 

97 1 

46 

36 

21 

61 



1..50,... 

22.95 6.38 

4.5.00 2.5.00 

5.00 5.00 

5.00 3.00 



20. 7r 
62.50 
11.00 
5.00 



4.15' 
22.66 8.00 
60.00 15.00 
12.50 5.00' 
15.00 -1.50 



$4.00, 



3.50 
1.50 
3.90 



1.00 
2.61 
5.00 
2.00 
.75 



2.50 
11.00 



3.00 
10 00 



6.00' 1.00,.__ 
165.55 3.00; 1.50 



15.00 
3S.00 
12.00 
36.76, 
9 00 
4.00 



23.00 
3.5.00 
21.33 
52. 94 
11.00 
3 50 
.63 



20.00 5.00, 

25. OO! 6.50 

23.37| 3.00 

95.49: 20.00 

9.14 3.27 

4.50, 1.50 

.73 ! 



3.00 
5.00 
4.00 
5.00 
3 62 
1.50 
.99 



7.80 4 00 10.69 10.40 1.00 4 37 



fotals 1172481 251.95 148.07 315 98 .533.99 86.77 53.25 1390.01 





LIBERTY-DUCKTOWN 














Beaver Dam 

Bethlehem 

Boiling Spring 

Brown Hill 

Culberson 

Fairview 

Friendship 

Hopewell 

Liberty .-- 

Mine City 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Vernon 

New Hope 

Ogreeta 

Persimmon Creek 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 1 

Plea.sant Hill 2 


W. S. Louderman. 
J. A. Craig 


19 

1 


1 

151 

100 83.50 
60 


S5.00 












S.5.00 













3. .50 






$L53 








1..5:j 


W. S. Simonds 

J F Mcfiee 


10 


41 














40 .5.00 
....' 10.00 
127 .5.07 
103 5.00 
ia5 2 00 

82 

70 1.00 

28 


l."05 


1.00 
2.00 
2-00 


. 








6.00 


B M. Ledford 

W. A. Revis 

J. F McGee... 

W A Revis 


5 
12 
2 




812.00 






24 00 






11.12 


2.55 




6.00 






m. .55 






2.00 


L. W. Lawing 

H. W Chambers.. 

J. A. Craig 

F. R. Oartor 

W D Ho" red 


12 

"7. 

6 















""i.65 




L05 










1.05 


36 1.00 
125 

.53 2.00 
144 












1.00 
















W.D. Hogred 

W A. Revis 

W. A. Revis 

A. F. Burns 


5 

7 

5 

23 














2.00 
















72 .5.00 
120 


10.00 


11.50 











26.50 













ASSOCIATIOl^AL STATISTICS. 



15 



LIBERTY— DUCKTOWN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


i 

a 


a 


State 
Missions. 


a 




J4 


a 
cs 

a. 

C 


_^ a 


■c.r 

< 


1.1 




Shady Grove 

Shoal Creek 

Turlletown 

Union 

Zion Hill 

Total 


J F. McGee 




94 

72 
83 
84 
103 


1.30' 


1.00 










2 30 


G F. Brayer 

W. C. Hamric 

T. W. Crowder 

W. S. Kinsey 


11 
10 
12 
13 
















5.00 
2.00 














5 00 














2.00 




1.25 


1.50 








2 75 












159 


1893 


47.87 


19.05 


22.35 


3.03 18 00 




110.30 






1 ' "' 


LITTLE RIVER. 


Angier 

Antioch 

Aversboro 

Baptist Grove 

Bethel 

Bale's Creek 

! Central 

Cumberland Union 

Dunn . 


J. M. Holleman — 

E. M. Lassiter 

E. M. Lassiter 

D D. Edwards . 

H. M. Ingram 


8 
26 

2 
2 


81 
261 

58 
112 

61 


88 00 $1.00 

21.20, 3.00 
6.00 1.68 
1.10 .78 
7.50 2.00 

42.501 8.00 
7.00 .50 
8.5.5 3.30 

12.00 4 no 


$1.00 
15 00 
2.42 
1 00 
2.00 
25.00 
1.00 
3.50 
3.00 
3 00 
2.00 


81.00 

10.77 

4.00 

2.17 

2.30 

60.00 

1.00 

7.25 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

17.24 

24.01 

13.25 

2,50 

2.00 

2.50 

1.00 

10.00 

.45 

6.53 

""i."oo 


"$2.'00 
1.00 


8L00 

8.75 $2.00 
.58 1.00 

1 . 


812.00 

57.72 

16.61 

5.05 


"5^00 


1.50 

2.00 3.00 
I.OO .50 
s nn 


15.30 
145.50 
11.00 
2i.60 
50.00 
40.00 
31.2.5 
55.07 
108.62 
52.83 
29.50 
8.25 
10 62 


J. A. Campbell 

J. M. Holleman— 
Q. T. Mills— . - 


85 


282 
53 
97 
108 
183 
163 
131 






2. 00 2. 00 2^00 

3.00 2.00 

2. 00 2. 00 2. 00 

1 


Duke 

Fi-iendship 

Hector's Creek 


J. A. Campbell 

J. A. Campbell 

J. H. Spaulding— 

B. Townsend 

B Townsend 

J. A. Campbell 

G. T. Mills 


17 
5 


23.00 
16.24 
37.83 
30.88 
19.75 
16.00 
4.00 


4.00 
2.00 


Holly Springs 

Juniper Springs 

Lillingtou . 

Macedonia 

Mt. Tabor 

Neill's Creek 

New Hill 

Pine Forest 

Piuey Grove 

Pleasant Ridge 


9 100 

7| 131 
l! 36 
12 94 


8.87 
2.00 
2.50 
1 no 


30.00 
12.25 
5.00 

2 30 

1.00 

10.00 

5"00 

.50 

1.00 


3.55 
2.00 




8.00, 3.31 
2,00 2.54 
1.00 2.50 
1.25 


E M. Lassiter 




36 

208 

61 

.59 


4.99 .83 
13.50 1.00 
20.00 10.00 

2.00 1 OO 
18.00 2.31 

7.00 

5 00,. 


J. M. Holleman.— 
J. M. Holleman— 
G. T. Mills 


5 

1 
4 


"Teo 


1.00 1.00 
5.00 3.00 


18.00 
61.60 
3.45 
35.75 
7.50 
7.00 


J L. Martin 

B Townsend 

W. M.Page 


3 208 
3 43 


1.00 1.81 1.00 


Sherwood 

Total -. 




22 






24 69 




1902588 

1 


332.05^ 59.78 

1 


125.97 


203.97 


59 SQ Oi a=; 


809.40 






MACON. 


Briartown 


F. M. Morgan 

W. L Bradlej' 

J. L. Owens 


3 172 
1 143 


82.00 

2.00; 2.00 
1 1.00 

'i.'oo'iroo 

2.80 2.50 
1.00 

'""5.53 "2725 
1 00. 2.25 

--- "2^55 

1.50 1.50, 

1 1.00 

! ] 

1.05 .60 

1 1.00 

1 1.00 

.75 

2.00 1 

i 1.00 

' 1.00 

1.67 1.70 


82.00 
2.00 
1.00 

2."02 
2.50 

"~r.i5 

10.00 
1.25 

1.12 
1.50 

""'2."00 

""i.'oo 

1.00 

.70 

5.00 

1.00 


82.00 








86.00 
6.00 
3.00 


Burningtown . .. 








Brush Creek '. . . 




63 
^3 


1.00 

""'2."50 
.75 

'"28.16 
8.00 

""l.'07 
.50 
1.00 








Clear Creek . . 


D L. Miller 

.1. W. KestersoQ— 

W L. Bradley 

J. L Yonce 

J. S. Woodard _ 


.■S 


Coweta 

Coma .- -. _ . . 


... 137 

25 157 

1 9fi 


6.02 
10.30 
1.75 


Cartoogechave 


EUijav-- — 




123 
14? 






""2.'00 


Franhliu _. 


J. W. Kesterson.-_ 

J. W. Kesterson 

W. L Bradley 

W. L. Sradley 


1 


39 34 


Hilards-- . . . 


i 31 

8 61 

26 178 

i 47 

.-1 65 

-..; 48 
7 137 






21 25 
1 25 
5.44 
5.00 
2.00 


lola 


Liberty ._ . __ 


Mt Hope 








Mt. Grove 

Middle Creek . 


M. A.Love 

T. J. Vinson 

F. M. Morgan 

J. L. Yonce . 








2.00 
9 80 


Oak Grove 


8.15 
1 00 
1.00 








Oakdale- . 




78 
78 
96 
139 








.3.00 
3 00 


Pine Grove 


T. J. Vinson 

.1. L. Kinslaud ._.. 


.... 








Pleasant Hill 








1 45 


Sugar Fork _ .. .. . 


J. W. Kestersou— 

J. T. Vinson 

F. M. Morgan... 












7.00 
3.00 
1.00 
6.09 


Tesenta .. _. 


1 39 


i.oo 








Tellioo. . 




103 
1-^1 








Watauga 


■J. L Kinsland 




1.72 


1 00^ 






White Oak 




Totals 




122 2300 


23.07 24.25 












36.06 


57.33 






2.00 


142 71 










1 





16 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





MECKLENBURG-CABARRUS. 










1 








P. 






d 






^ 








^ 


X QO 


X 




■30 


£ 


R" 










w 


C C 


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^.i 


' 


Churches. 


Pastors. 


ti 








C.2 


^ 


<u flS 


■^ 








CO 


J3 


K <u 00 


bDK 


53 














3 


E 

0) 




•53.2 




■0.= 




•z 1 






a. 


«i §i 


^s 


£■ •=§ 


^r^ 


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~ 






a 


S 


K M 


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< 


■Jl 


h 


Arlington 


R. H. James 




226 


$23.95 13.00. 




88.30 


83.00 


$38.25 


Clear Creek -- - 


R. H James 


9 


104 


14.40 4.00 


5.00 


5.00 81.00 






29.40 








(in 


15.00 S.OOj 
40.00 10.00 


.5.00 
10.00 


1.00 

7.80 








21 00 


Cornelius -_ 


C. M. Murchison — 


s 


77 


2.00 


1.00 




70.80 


FitesT, Charlotte 




22 


500 


775.45.526.40 


411.90 


271.53 


125.00 


; 25.00 


2,135.28 


FiKST, Concord 


R. H. Herring 


(i 


2o6 


75.00 2.5.00, 


100.00 


40.00 


5.00 


5.00 


2.50.00 


Friendship 


C. M. Murchison .. 


2 


41 


15.00 5 00 


7.00 


5.00 


2.00 


1.00 


35.00 


Huntersville 

Independence Hill 


C. M. Murchison 




•M\ 


5.00 








1 


5.00 


C. M Murchison ._ 


13 


55 


10.00 5.00: 


5.00 


5.60 


1.00 


1.00' 


27.00 




J. F Davis 


5, 151 


15.00 3.a5 


10.21 


30.55 


2.57| 1.001 


62.38 


Matthews . -._ 


P. H. Parnell ._. 


6 142 


30.00 7.00, 


5.00 


15.00 


.5.00 5.00' 


67.00 




J. M. Bridf^es 

Li. R. Prueit 


5 40 
17 323 


18.00 2.00 
41.05 35.00 


S.OO 
26.05 


36.00 


7.001 1-50 


36.50 


Ninth Avenue 

Pleasant Plains 

Pritchard Memor'al- 


138. 10 


J. M. Bridges 

J. (i. Adams 


(j 132 


10.00 2.00, 


2.00 


3.00 




17.00 


15 109 


105.00 64.00 


105 67 


28.50 


5.06 106 


309. 17 


Rock Hill 

Second, Concord 


J. M. Bridges 


9 30 . 5. 00 . 








.5.00 


W. T. Talbert. 


7, 150 15.00 5.00 


10.00 


3.59 


1 


33. .59 


UniDH Grove 


A. W. Wilcox 


4' 29 1 '. 














Wilson's Grove - 






55 6.00 2.00 


2.00 


1.00 


-- ---1 




11.00 










Totals _ 


137 2507 1.213 85 708.45 


712.83 


461.27 


155.57, 19.50' 25.00 


3,296.47 










' 











MITCHELL. 











.43 




'26"00 


85 00 

10.41 

100.00 










85.00 

10.41 

131., 5.5 






5 
27 
13 

4 


105 












S. M. oreene 

Anderson Sparks _ 
J. B. Reid 


282 5 55 










Beaver Creek 


49 












27 
63 










t 




































Burlison Chapel 

Cone Creek 


J. C. Sparks 




91 
219 
104 


5.00 














S. M. Greene 

L. H. Greene 


3 
5 






5.00 
















Elk Park 


















Flat Rock 

Fork Mountain 




f, 


64 
13;^ 
130 
















L. H. Greene 10 




20.75 5.00 




_ 


25. :.". 


S. D.Tipton -. 

P. J. Shell 


2 
4 






. .. . . . _ ^_ 




tireene Valley 


72 


3.00 




5.40 


I 


S. 40 


r.ihprtv l-iill 


J. C Thomas 

J. M. Lewis 

C S Farthing 


. 6 

7 


80 

no 








1 










2.41 


' 1 


2.41 


Linvilie 

Little Rock Creek 

McKinney Grove 

Mine Creek 

Mt. Pleasant 

Oak (Jrove — 

Pleasant Hill 

Red Hill 


18 






.65 


810.00 


. L - - 


10.65 


S M. Greene 

C. H. McKinney 

L. W. Greene 


15 
4 


228 
58 

143 
60 
47 
75 


5.00 


2.50 
2.00 


3.30 




10.80 


' 1 


2.00 






1 












1 












' 






J. A. Sparks 


6 










1 












i 




Roan Mountain 

Roaring Creek 

Silver Chapel 

.Spring Creek — 

White Oak 


S. M.Greene 

S. A. Hughes 

J. .M.Lewis 


1 

2 

26 


182 
57 

108 
35 


5.00 




2.00 


. J- - 


1 


7.00 


...J. .... 


— ,-|- 










1 - 


































Yellow Mountain 

George's Chapel 


L.H.Greene 1 12 

J. W. Putnam t 17 


124 
31 


5.00 




5.00 






16.00 
























Total 


175 


9718 


38.55 


46.75 149.77 


13.80 






248.37 

























MONTGOMERY. 









41 

49 

84 . 
156 


81.50 
5.00 

■"5."o6 


81.50 
3.40 
2.00 
2.50 


82.00 
3.45 
2.00 
4.00 


$2.001 




Bethel 

Beulah Hill 


J. R Jordan 

Rev. Harmend 

J. R. Jordan 


2 


3.0i| 

7.00 


.70 , 


Dover 


7.O0I 2.50 


i.06 



86.50 
1.5.56 
11.00 
22. 00 



ASSOCIATIOlSrAL STATISTICS. 



MONTGOMERY— Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors 






d 








XI 








a> 




o 




s 






o 








s 


5: 






• Eldorado i ; 47 



I Fork.s of Little River j K. C. Horuer 

|H:uner Creek 

Holly Mount | W. M. Bostick 

I Laurel Hill J. R Jordan 

|Lil:)ert:y Hill ' G. W Henderson.. 

iMt. Gilead ; K. C. Horner 

' Pleasant Grove J. K. .Jordan 

iMt. Carmel i D S. Mariin 

' Star _. - J. W. Little 

Sulphur Springs , J. G. Williams 

Stony Fork : D. S. Martin 

Troy ' K C. Horner 

VVadeville K. C. Horner 



lOj 

20 

21 



16 



39. 

Oil 

811 

82 
100, 

53' 

94 
173 

27, 

19 

99 

71 



1.68 1.02 



> I 



B3 S 



■a - 

sc2 



«2 
SCI? 



3.11 



1.69 



8.00 15.50 



2.50 
2.00 
2.50 

24. 27 
2.50 
2 50: 

12.32 
2.00, 

i.oo' 

20. 00' 

t).47i 



1.00 
1.00 
2.50 
14.92 
1.50 
1.50 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
H.OO 
0.10 



2.00 
1.00 
3.00 

18.70 
2.22, 
2.00, 
0.00 
1.00 
1.00 

10 00 
3.09 



3.50 1.00 

4.ot) i.oo; 

IS. 00 1.00 
20. 80 5. 80 

5.00 ' 

3.00 1.00 



10.00 
3.0C 
4. 28 

15.00 
2.09 



3.00 

1.00 

1.44. 

5.00 

2.11 



1.00. 
1.00. 
1.00. 
5.00. 
l.(K). 
1.00. 
.25. 
1.50. 



5.00 
1 12. 



4.00 



11 00 
10.00 
28.00 
89.55 
12. 22 
11.00 
30. 57 
9.50 
8.72 
65.00 
21.58 



Totals I 1031384 91.24 51.44 64.03 109.97 26.85 19.57 12.00 375.70 



MT. ZION. 



Antioch J.C. Hocutt 

Bell's I J.C. Hocutt 

Berea j J R. Greeii 

Berrv's Grove A. C. Hanil3v 

Betheden J. F. McDutiie.. 

Bi-vhel I A. C Hamby 

C. A. Signu)n_.- 

A.W. Setzer 

J. F. McDuffle.- 

W. S. Oiive 

J. W. Wild man. 



C. J. Thompson 

\V. C. Barrett : 

J W. Downey | 



E. R. Harris. 
J. R. Pace. 



Bettiesda 

HUKJ.IXGTO' 

Cave Creek 

Cedar Fork 

Ch.\pel Hill 

Cool Spring 

Dtkhasi, Vik.st 

DrRHAM, Second 

East Durham 

Ebenezer 

Edgt'mont 

Epliesus 

Glencoe 

Graham 

Haw River 

Hillsboro 

Lvsira 

Mars Hill 

Mebane 

Merry Oaks 

Morris Chapel 

Mt. Adar 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Hermon 

Mt. Moriah 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Pisgah 

Olive Branch 

Olive's Chapel 

Piiiey Grove 

Pleasnnt Hi!l 

Red Mountain 

Roberson's Grove 

Ro.se of Sharon j J. F. McDuffie... 

Sandy Level J W. Downey 

Swepsonville J. E. M. Davenport 

West Chapel Hill J. C Hocutt 

West Durham C. A. Sigmon 

Yates I A. D. Hunter 



10 118 

._.| 118 

113 

101 108 

9' 89 

2i 194 

16 138 

„.| 225 

2i 316 

14' 224 

4 124 



511.80 
7.00 
4.75 
10.11' 

8.: 



S7.00 
3.00 
4.70 
5. 65! 
4.00, 



20.00 10.11 
11.55 7.00 
70.00 15.00 
2.5.00 1.10 
40.00 27.90 
i 42.00 



57 50 

6.00 
6 03! 
6.001 
4.00, 
12.00; 
8.30' 
50 00' 
10.811 
35.00 
35. 25 



47 710 
28 398 
39 311 



S6 50 

5.00 

3.58 

6.00 

S.OOi 

10. 00 

12.13 

68. 2* 

7.09 

26.00 

103. 10 



$4.00 


S4.50 


3.00 


1 50 


1.10 


2.65 


4.00 


4.84 


2 OO; 2.00 


8.00 6.00 


2.50 2.50 


10 00| 15.00 


3.10 


5.32 



6.00 
10.00 



10.00 
3.30; 




3 148 

ll 41 



395.00439.74; 600.611 748.80 600.00 50.00; 25 002,359. 15 
109.10175.25, 139.651 368.00 35.00 35.001 10.00 873.00 
50.00,25.00, 12 5C0; 60.00 10.00 10. OO i 280.00 



46.10 17.61 
.611 .25 



24.64; 

1.60; 



2.5.00 
1.26. 



3.00 



5.00: 7.00, 



138.35 
3.72 



J.E. M Davenport 
J. E. M. Davenp(jrt 

A. C. Hainby 

A D. Hunter 

A. C. Hamby 



51 181 

92 72 

4| 45| 

I 229! 

-..! 43 



17.81 8.50 

16.00 2.72 

15.001 7.50' 
27.50 lO.OOl 
11.47: 2.50 



-Xi 



C. E. Gower 

N. H. Shepherd- 



A. C Hamby.. 
A. C. Hanibv.- 
J. F. McDuffle. 
J. C. Hocutt... 
C. V. Brooks... 
C A. Sigmon. _ 
W. S. Olive - 



I 59! 
._.l 531 

II 35l 
3 125 

123: 

3 210 

.-.' 249' 

14 233i 

1 112 

— : 346, 



4 73 
4.53 
1.00 
5.00 



6 70 
3.00' 
17.50 
I6.OOI 
12.75, 



68 02 

8. 00 . 

20.00, 

20.00. 

6.00 



1.75 
"4^00 



2.95 



1.75 
1.00 
6.00 
9.38i 
2.50: 



1.50 
1. 50 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 



106.23 
32.22 
55.00 
84.88 
40.17 



5.00 

6. 93' 

2. 00, 
16.40 
12.00 

15.00: 5.00 
15.00 12.50 
54.75 28.70' 
11.5:^ 9.62 
87.53 81.03 



3.00 
7.00 
5 00 

9.80 
5.25 
7.50 
10.00: 
35.00 
5.00, 
80.80 



2.50 
5.00, 
1.50. 
8 90 
6.00' 
3.60, 
12.50 



1 
2.00 



3.00 
4.20 
3.00 
5.00 



50.79 12.00 
10. 00 3. 00 
35.00, 12.50 



2.001 
2.00! 

i.ooL 

2. .50! 
7.60: 

5.00. 

2.on| 

10 00 

4.00I. 

12. 50j 



2.00 



2. .50 
2.00 



2.50 
5.00 



8.72 



20.48 
27.46 
10.50 
48.10 
44.82 
39.00 
59.50 

196.24 
43.15 

318.08 



A. V. Jo.vner 

C. A. Siginon. 



3 107 

2 SS. 

1! 78' 
-.1 100 

9 126 
.. 50l 

e! i8ii 

91 



13. 75 
7.21 

10.21 
1.75 

2:3.48 
7.05 

40.88 

17.50 



12. .35, 
5.00 
3.54S 
1.75: 

lO.OOl 
9.12' 

32. 81 1 

10.00! 



6.00 
7.80 
5.001 
1.75i 
20.00 
9.40 
52.00 
12.50 



3.00 



10.00 

4.00 

5.00 

2.30 

31.00: 
5.50! 
4. 25; 

20.00. 



5.00 
1.50 



2.00 
2.50 
5.00 
1.20: 
7.501 
1.50' 



3.00, 
1.25' 



47.10 
26.51 

28.75 
8.75 
99.98 
35-82 
129.86 



18 



:!\. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



NEUSE. 









d 










a 












m 


OS 


<X' 


3! 




6 


«.2 




§S 




Churches. 


Pastoi's 


s 


b 


C 


.2 


C.2 


'A 


fe?, 


W 


t^.h! i 








+2 


.a 

s 


«.* 


0) » 




5 


« 3 


•a .2 


»^i 


-• 






C! 


5^ 


?S 




.bw 


&s 


i;S 


"c 






pa 


105 


S65.00 


53 


El. 


O 
S3J.24 


•^ 


< 


ji 


f 




T.H.King 


19 


$27. 15 


S21.y5 


820. 00 


Sfi.oo 


$.5.00' 


■5179.34 




T.H.King 


1 


58 


25 00 


4.00 


20.00 


25. 38 


5.00 


2. .50 


2.00 


83.88 




J. H. Booth — 




8S 


10.00 


2.00 


3.00 


5.00 


2.00 


2.00 


1.00 


25.00 




W. L Bilbro 

J. H. Booth 





14 

22 


4.00 
7.50 


1.00 
1.00 


1.00 
1.00 


1.00 
4.00 


.50 
.50 


1.00 
.25 


"""50 


8.50 


Davis' Grove 


14.75 




W.L. Bilbro 




.S 
27 
88 


4.00 
2.00 
15.00 


1.50 
1.00 
3.00 


2.00 
1.00 
5.00 


1.00 
1.00 
8.00 


1.00 
1.00 
3 00 


1.00 
1.00 
3.00 


"I.'oo' 


10.50 




7 00 


Falling Creek ...--- 


T.J.Hood 


18 


38 00 




W.L.Bilbro .- 




o7 
14 


28.00 
5.00 


19.00 
2.00 


13.50 
1.00 


17.00 
5.00 


2.00 
2. .50 


5.00 
1.00 


1 00 

> 


85. 50 


Kretiiont .^ 


W. W. Barnes 




16. ."lO 


GoLDSBORO— First -. - 


VV.F.Fry 


:w 


3o0 


hJo.OO 


125.00 


200 00 


101.65 


30.00 


15.00 


15. 01 


652. Jii 


Goklsboro— Second . 


T. H King -'. 




82 


15.00 


3.00 


3.00 


5.00 


2 .50 


2.00 


1.00 


31 nil 


KiKSTO' . 


C.G.Wells 


s 


220 


121.40 


134.70 


190.20 


157. 10 


9.50 


30.00 


550. no 




T.H.King 


1 


54 


25.00 


7.50 


10.00 


30.00- - 


5.00 


2.00' 


79. ■")() 




I J Hood 




V 








1 








Maysville 


J. VV. Nobles 


1 


28 


7.00 


2.00 


8.00 


3. 00 


2.00 


2.00 


111. (10 


Mt. Calvary 


T. J. Hood 




18 


5.00 


1.00 


2.50 


3.00 1.00 


1 00 


1.00 


I4..1O 








2;} 

27 


8.50 
25. OiJ 


1.00 
5.00 


2. .50 
5.00 


5 00 1.00 

19.00 2.00 


1.00 
2.00 


1.00, 
1.00 


20. OU 


Xi-'w Hope . 


\V. P. I'ainpbfU 




.5!!. .-,0 


Finev Grove - - 


.1. W. Nobies 


2 


ti7 


15.00 


3.00 


3.00 


2.00 1.00 


1.00 


1.00; 


17.110 


Pollocksville.. - 


J. W. Nobles 


7 


(18 


28.25 


5. 00 


14.01) 


2(i. 26 2. 00 


5.00 


2. 00 


74.51 


.Sandv Bottom .. 


W. P. Campbell . 


(i 


23 


6.10 


4.40 


3 00 


5.00 1 00 


1 00 


.50; 


21 i"i 


Seven Springs 


W. P. Campbell 


4 


34 


12. .50 


3.00 


10.00 


.5.00 2.00 


1.00 


1.00' 


84... ii 


Soow Hill . 


J. H. Booth . 


4 


89 


12. .50 


2.50 


6 00 


9.00 1.50 


2.00 


1.00: 


84. ..ii 




W.L.Bilbro 




l(i 


15.00 


1.00 


3 00 


.5.00 2 00 


2.00 


1.00 


29.1IU 


Nkw Bkkn Tabn'aci.k 


J.. J. Douglass 


o 


(j:; 


25.00 


24. 45 


53.82 


102.00 10.00 


5 00 





220. 27 




J. w. Nobles .. 




20 


7.50 


1.00 


2.21 


1..50 2.00 


1..50 




15. ;1 


Union 


W.P.Campbell 


i 

99 


44 

102t) 


12 50 
057. 75 


2.00 
3S7.20 


5.00 
691.68 


17.00 
59S. 63 


17.00 




1.00 


1:3.. ill 


Total . - . 


112.50 


68.75 


71.61 

1 


25S8. 12 















NEW FOUND. 


















— . 


88l 














Bear Wallow 




60' 














f P W..1i 


6 
3 
4 


09 
















62. 




' 












K. Holt 

P T M (• A fKA 


















91' 
















Con nth ( '. E. J t-rvis. — 


27i : 














48 1 


.... 












Flats of Spring Creek — 
French Broad 


R. H.Hipps 

C.C. Chubb 

Chas. Brown 

W. N. Martin 

.J M Wild 


37 

11 

— . 

3 


152 

90 












84 
















.Tones' Valley — 




65 . 
















Little Pine Creek 

liUrp Chapel 

Meadow Fork 


P.T. McAfee 

K 11 Hipps 


2 


















187 . - — 
















H. H. I'luiiinier 

W. U.Hipps ._ 

C. K. .lervis 

U. H Hipps 

P.T. .McAfee 

C K .lervis 


2 

4 

2 


98 
















32 
















New F'ound 

N F Big Pine 


111! 

176 


"""l""!"- ---"...- 








Plney (irove- 

Round Hill - 

Shoal Hill 

Turkey Creek 

Union - 

Zion ... 

Zion Hill - 












13 . . ... 










M. A.Goforth 

L..L]iailey.— 

C. F-;.. lervis 

E. H. Tread way 


21! 












2 
4 


124.... .... 

52 















14 














1 

138 


67 


























Total 


1779 ! . --.- 




















J 



ASSOCIATIO^STAL STATISTICS. 



19 



PEE DEE. 



Churches. 



Ausonville 

Burnsville 

Brown Creek 

CartierlKe'.s Creek . 

Cedar Grove 

Deep C'reelv- . 

Gum Springs 

Hamlet 

Laaiinbnrg 

Lilesville 

Morven 

Mt. Beulah 

Polkton 

Pleasant Grove R. 
Pleasant Grove A_ 

Pea<'hlaad 

Red Hill 

Rockiu'rham 

Rocky River 

Rock Mount 

Roberdell 

Saron 

Steele's Mills 

Spring Hill 

Silver Run 

Wadesboro 



Totals 







$12.55 



22. 85 

4.00 

4.00 

7.50 

4.00 

13.00 

40.00 

15. 82 

15.00 

5.50 

4.32 

10.00 

2.50 

1.36 

8.70 

.50. 00 

6.15 

3.00 

22. 20l 

1.50] 

7. .501 

87.92 



0) CO 

I" 






So. 05 
.35' 

8 19! 

i.oo; 

2. .50' 
5. 00; 
2.35 
5. 36l 
67.35i 
13. 44 
7.50 
1.50 
5.08 
5.00 
2.OO1 
1.4o 
.81 
5.00 
4.18 
1.50 
6.30 
2.00 
6.00 
52.08 



r.55j 









1.5.70, 
1.00 
5.00 

10.00 

10.01; 
5.36 

.35.00 

12.42 

12.00 
2. .50 
5.08 

10. 01) 
2.50 
8.09 
5.00 

11. .30 
5.71 
3.00 

1.5.00 
2.00 
6.00 

58. 87 



$7.05 83.55 

.751 1 



8.76 
2.00 
8 OOl 
7.50! 



5.00 
1.00 



2.50 



5.00i.-_. 
5.00 3.00 



29. 21 

27.67 
7.98 
.3.00 
5.44 

10.00; 
2.50 
6.10 
4 30 

20.00, 
6.00 
3.00 
9 00 
2.50 

10.00 



12 50 
2.60 



1.00 
2.30 



1.00 



$2.05'. 
.10. 
4.00 1 . 
1.501. 
2.001. 
4.78!. 
1.00;. 
1.50!. 
5.00. 
2. 60 . 
2.00!. 
2. .50. 
2 10'. 
1.50;. 
1.00. 



2.00 
2.00 
5 00 

"2750 



41.83 1.5.00 



3.00,. 
2. .50'. 
3 03. 
1.00,. 
5.00. 
.50' 
2. .50'. 
7.50. 



$:37.80 
1.20 
6i.50 
10.50 
21.50 
37.28 
22.36 
33.22 

189.06 
69.45 
46.60 
16.00 
24.32 
36.50 
11.50 
17.00 
22.81 
88.80 
27.02 
13.50 
62.50 
8.50 
84.60 

264. 08 



150.0012.5.00 125.00 50.00i 30.00 15.00 S5.28 500.28 
499.37 335.941 374.09 112.59: 93.95 73.66' 5.28 1494.88 



PIEDMONT. 



Buchanan.. . 


J. .\. Hackney 

F. X. Day 

J. D. Hacknev 

.J. M Puo-h 


'" i 


16 
94 
26 
.52 
41 
417 
I6;5 
220 
50 
38 
43 
30 
63 
56 
127 
309 
42 
11 
35 
101 
118 
42 














(Jal vary 

Cedar t-alls . ... 


S12.00 
2 00 
4 00 
3.06 

.300.00 

50.00 

25.00 

4.00 

5.00 

1.46 

5.75 

6.00 

17.93 

75.00 

8.17 

1.85 

5.00 

16.00 


$2.00 
1.10 
2.00 
•2.00 
100.00 
69 00 
12.00 
2.00 
5 00 

"iriio 

".5^00 
6.00 
40.00 
3.00 

".5.'o5 

.5.00 


S6.00 

1 10 

2.00 

5.00 

275. 00 

144. .35 

27.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.03 
2.24 
5.50 
5.00 
6.34 

50.00 
8.00 

"""5.00 
13.18 
20.00 
16.23 


86.00 


$1.50 


$1.00 


81.00 


§29.50 
4.20 


Central Falls 




5.00 

'"364'25 

112.07 

61.95 

5.00 

7.50 


2 00 




1.00 
.50 


16.00 
12 06 


Pairview _. 


F. H. Jones.... .. 


l.OOj .50 
25.00] 25.00 


FiKST, Greensboro 

First, High Point.. . 


H. W. Battle 

jrMVHnri:m"r.iiii". 

C. C. Hay more 

"W."H.'EUerIlII"\ 


20 

54 

8 


1029.25 
375 42 


Green St , High Pt 

Gibsonville . 


4.50, 4.50 
2.00 2.00- 
2.00; 2.00 




134.95 
17 00 


Liberty 

Macedonia - .. 




26 50 
2 49 


Moore's Chapel 

Mt. Zion 


J. A. Hackney 

W. H. Eller 

J. B. Richardson __ 
W. R Bradshaw-. 
F. H. Jones 


1 

'\ 

7 


""6."07 

1.5.00 

17.87 

80.00 

3 00 

""•roo 

6.80 
1.5.00 
6.32 






4.14 
17.32 


Pleasant Grove 

Raniseur 

Reidsville - 


2.00; 2.00 

3.00 3.00 

20.00 10.00 

1.00 1.00 

"3^50 "'2'00 
2.00: 2.00 


llso 

"hOO 


.35.00 

5.5.64 

275.00 

•^4 17 


RufHn . . . 


Sandy Creek 

South Grpensboro 

Suramerfield . 


W. H. Eller 

Thomas Carrick ._ 

W. H. Wilson 

W. H. S trick laud. - 
W. H. Eller 


"2 

"15 


1.85 
21.00 
40 98 


Walnut Street 

Won hville 


20. so' 5. 00 
11.85] 4.68 


66.30 
44.08 


Totals 


114 


2096 


574 07'>^n 6S 


599.97 


653.83 


71 50 .'^7 nn 


5.00 


22.32.05 















PILOT MOUNTAIN. 












Ayersville... . J.B.Johnson.. 


14 
2 
4 


44 

97 

78 


85.00 

17.00 


«2.25 








' 87 35 


Beck's .. .. R. W. Crews.- .. 




810. 18 
L15 




27. 18 


Beaver Lsland »;. W. Glidewell.... 

Bethel .... ..... .. 


11.50 3.20 


2.95 


20.22 


; 39.02 


Brim's Grove . P Oliver . _ 


3 
9 


16 

58 


6.00 




1.75 
4.11 


1.00 




: 8.75 

1 9.U 


Brown Mountain C. W. Glidewell 


5.00 





20 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 
PILOT MOUNTAIN— Conlinued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



Clemo' ; sville 

Conief s Chapel 

Daa Valley 

Deep J^prings, 

Elibboro 

JHlal Rock 

Friendship 

Germantou 

Goodwill 

Hollow Springs 

Indian Grove 

Kernersville 

King's 

Leaksville 

Lewisville 

M icedouia 

Mr. AiuY 

Mt Hernion 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Tabor 

Madison 

Mayodan 

New 15elhel 

Oak Pidge 

Oak Level 

Oak Grove 

Olive Grove 

Peter's Creek 

Pilot Mountain 

Providence 

Red Banks 

^>liaron 

Sl'RAY 

iShiloh 

Sulphur Springs 

Southside 

Sloneville 

Union Hill 

Valley 

Westlield 

Walkertown 

Waugl town 

Walmii Cove 

Winston, fikst 

Broad ST 



Henry Sheets 

C. W. Glidewell- 

C. C. Hay more 

J. B. Johuson 

\V. H. Wilson 

C. C. Havmore 

VV. H. Wilson 

C. C. Hay more 

J. L. Lane 

C. C. Arrington 



4' 118 



l! 



71 



8 51 

—I 31 

19 255 

—I 6: 

2 71 

17: 12; 



A. L. Belts ■ 

C. F. Fields 

Thomas Carrick.— 

T. C. Myers 

J. T Kirk 

J. E. Smith ; 

T. L. Vernon I 

R. M Loftis I 

R. W. Crews | 

W. H. Wilson I 

W. H. Wilson I 

T. C. Myers . 

R. W. Crews , 

J. L. I.ane ; 

J. A. Joyce ; 

P. Oliver 



X 






20.00, 

3.25 
10.00. 
13.15. 

5.00. 

5.00. 
32. 50 

7.00. 

7.71. 



8.02 
2.25 



9.50 



8.35 



0.00 
8.75 
5.00, 
3.00 
13. 69 
ti.OO 
4.68 



8.51 
3.65 
5.52 

12.00 
6.00 
3.57 

21.30 
2.63 
5.00 



3.67 



an 



•3 o 



a^'i - 



6.70 
4.00 



5 98 

— 31j 
3 30l! 

6 591 

— I 58; 

20 2451 

1' 571 
14 261 



25.00 2.00 

5.00 

53.60 19.35 
10.00 8.00 



2.20, 
50.00 

8.00! 
17.37| 

1.00 



1.82 

6.80 

1.65 

20 

50 



— I 50 
13 113 

4 52. 

1 01 

2 33 

3 41 

— 45 



20.00, 12.03 
25.00i 1.00 

""6.'0o!"2."85 

2.001 I 

5.00| 1. 

4.001 . 



3.80! 
2.53 

31.80 
7.101 
1.10 

40.0t» 
1.50 
9.00 

^ .50 

36.75 
5.00 
3.501 
1.40 
2.00 



2.00 

1.93 
75. 10 
29.40 

1.00 
15.42 

4.00 

7.40 

.50 

37.55 

21.00 

4 00. 

6.00 

.75 
l.CO 



3.41 
1.00 
7.10 

5.00 
1.00 

10. 00 
3.00 

10.00 

.50 

6.00 

7.00 



.50- 
1.00- 
1.00- 



R. M. Loftis 

J. B. Johnson. 
R. M. Loft is... 
F. H. Jones... 



R. M. Lofti.s. 



8 1.50 
15 70 

4 84 

2 109 
57 201 

li 114 



lO.OOl 1.42! 

5.001 ! 

8 00' i 

18.00; 5.00 
25.00 10.00 
13.00 I 



2.00 

2.50. 

l.iil 
16.00 
15.00 

9. 751 



4.57 4.00. 



8.70 3.50'. 
4.80 6.001. 

25.00 I. 

4.51 6.001. 



A. L. Belts... 
J. E. Poteat.. 
O G. Martin. 



20: 113 

2| 51 
3i 55. 



25.51; 8.26 

15.00, 

1.75 



11.67 



10.91 
3.25 



3.48. 




3S.21 
13.46 
191.95 
59.80 

7.12 
122.31 
18.15 
51.97 

3.00 
112.33 
62.00 

7.50 
16.75 

5.00 

6. 

5.00 



21.99 
7.50 
21.81 
49. 80 
7.5.00 
3.3.26 



57.83 

18.25 
1. 



R. D. Uayraore. 
W. H. Wilson... 

A. L. Belts 

J. L. Lane 

H. A. Brawn 

B. K. Mason 



Totals. 



lOj 122 

"4 177 
3 74 
181 610 
l! 191 
-I- 

3121S31 



3.00 



10.00 

3.oo; 

35.00 6.72 

10.00' 1.97 

250.00119.75 

23.61 34.18 



3.00! 

l.OOi 
50.26 

2.50 
198.25 
43.35] 



5.00 . 

27.80 14.23. 

7 97 1. 

325.23 25.00. 
125. 14 



16.00 

9 00 

134.01 

22.46 
918. 23 
226. 28 



a39.43278.07 565.18 860.19145.42 2,688.29 



RALEIGH. 



Apex - 

Bethlehem 

» aniion Grove 

Caraleigh 

Cary 

Collins' Grove 

Ephesus 

Kayettevili.e St. 

Fiiquay Springs 

Garner 

Green Level 

Good Hope 

Hepzibah 

Holly Springs 

liiw(}od 

Knlght'8 Chapel 

Leesville 



C. V. Brooks 

D. D. Kdward.s „. 
J. H. Hutchinson- 

J. L Martin 

VV. S. Olive 

D. D. Edwards 

J S. Hagwood 

R. J. Bateman 

J. W Ham 

A. D. Hunter 

J. A. Campbell. 1; 2;M| 

C. A. Higman : 4; 107 

A A Pippin 26! 264 

C A. Upchurch. 6 2as 

J L Marl in 8 lOS; 

J.T. Edmuudson j 76l 

A. C. Sherwood 4 86 



1 1 


129 


n' 


61 


1' 


36 


4 


51 


6' 


119 


4 


99 


9' 


(i6 


20 


170 


16 


57| 



$10. 00830. 1-1 


850.00 


S65.80; 85.00 


85.00 


$4.28 


1 00 1.00 




1.00 




1.00 


2.50 . 


2.50; 




2.00 2.00, 


2.0C 


7.00 




_ _- 


70.90 45.00 


61.16 


10.00, 5.0C 


11.33 


4.53 


3.13 2.05 


2.05 


8.12' 


H.OO 




5.00, 2. .50 


2.50 


1.00 


2.50 




72. .50 13.90 


30.25 


1.5.00 5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


1.50 1..54|. 




5.57 2.25 






9.25 4.50 
40.00, 25.001 


5.00 


10.50 






58.07 


60.00 10.00 


5.00 


5.00 


1.00 6.001 


6.00 


10.71 




1 


20.00 5.00 


10.00 


15.00, 5.00 






35.90 18.75! 


27.15 


21.75 6.40 


10.05 


2. IS 


12.00 10.001 


10.00 


22.84 4.00 


2.50 


1.00 


5.00 2.50l 


I. .50 


5.00 1.00 


2.50 




8.00 7.50 


7.50 






1 



122. 



23.0 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



21 





RALEIGH 


—Continued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 




ft 

2 

0) 

s 


a 
o 

33 


3 

St 


2 1 

MM 


11 
be 

a 

a. 
O 


s 

li 

» 3 


•05 


02 





McCullers — - 


C. W. Blanchard— 
J T Kdrauudson. 

A. C. Sherwood 

J. S. Hagwood 

J. S. Hagvvoud 

S. J. Bells 


2 
17 

"l5 
15 
5 
(i 
4 


23 
108 
150 
.57 
48 

?l 

69 
170 

92 

31 
131 
799 
13(1 

94 


2.00 
45.00 

18.08 
5.00 
2.00 


1.00 
6.00 

2.70 

"1^55 


i 

""i.5.00 

100.00 

1.00 

1.00 


1.00 








4.00 


MoiTisville 

Ml. Hennoa 

Ml. Olivet 

Vlt Zion 


18.75 
4.61 
2.00 


1 56 
2.00 
1.00 


5.00 

'Too 
1. 00 


4.55 


94.86 

126.69 

11.00 

5 00 


Pilot 








Pleasant Grove 


G. W. Coppedge.— 

J. S Hagwood 

C. V. Brooks . 


10.55' 2.50 
2.00 2 50 
7.00 6.65 
8.50 5.00 

1 1.00 

3. i5 4.85 
436.20100.00 

4.15 

5.76 7 85 


4.10 
5.00 
6.96 
15.35 
1.00 
4.15 
559.75 
5.12 
4.21 


8.69 
3.25 
5.60 
11.76 








22.25 


Reedy Creek - 

Stvleni 


'"e'oo 

2.05 


2 00 

2.60 
4.55 


"2^40 


14.75 
37.11 


Shady Grove 

Sorrell's Grove ._ 


0. V. Brooks 

D. D. Edwards 

J. L. Martin... 


3 


47.21 
2.00 


Swift Ci'eek.. _. 


8.70 

100.95 

16.77 

5.68 








20.91 


Tabbrnacle 

Wakefield- _ _ _. -- 


J. C. Massee 

A. G. Wilcox 

U. A. Upchurch — 


46 


25.00 


25.00 


42.47 


1,289.37 
26.04 


Wakefield Central 


2.50 


2.50 




28.50 


Total 


233 


40!)1 


878.52 318.46 


995.82 


479.51 


83.76 


91.53 


72.88 


2,920.48 







ROBESON. 



J. W. Cobb 

F. T. Wooten- 

E. A. Paul 

N. Stanly 

J. P. Hedgepeth. 



C. H. Durham. 



Antioch 

Ashepole 

Back Swamp 

Bear Swamp 

Bet hany 

Beulah 

Big Branch 

Bliiomingdale 

Ceditr Grove 

Centerville 

Cheerful Hope 

Clybonville 

Bphesus 

Fair Bluff 

Hebron 

Hog .Swamp 

Long Branch 

Lumber Bridge 

LUMBERTON 

Maxton 

Ml. Elim 

Ml. Zion 

Ml. Moriah 

Oakdale 

Oak ton 

Oak Grove 

Parkton 

Perabi'oke 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Hope 

Raft Swamp 

Ray n ham 

Red Springs | 

Raeford 

Rennert O. P. Meeks 

Rowland J. B. Jackson 

Saddle Tree .7. P. Hedgepeth. 

Singleton's X Roads .„_ I P. T. Britt 

Spiing Hill j R A. Hedgepeth 

Smyrna E. A. Paul 

Ten Mile J. W. Cobb 

Tolarsville J W. Cobb 

Whita Pond i P. T. Britt 

Zion Hill 1 W. L. Brisson .._ 

Ziou's Tabernacle W. L. Brission .. 



A. H. Porter 

J B. Jackson 

J. B. Jackson 

.r. G Blalock 

F. A. Prevatt 

J. M. Fleming... 
J. P Hedgepeth. 

K Barnes 

W. L. Brisson ... 

E. A. Paul 

E. A. Paul 



... 247 

48 340 

9: 206 

26 318 

31 33 

61 

171 260 

5; 113 

... 48' 



S3.73i S2.35 
85.00! 85.00 
26.10! 10.31 
26.00 23.85 



7 101 

4 26: 

-_J 54-. 

15 66; 

18' 118' 
5: 42 



1, 

3.37 
39.77 

8.95 

1.00 
40.29 

1.05 



W. A. Plumphrey. 
A. E. C. Pittmau- 
R. N. Cash well.... 
M. Pridgeu 



R. N. Cashwell . 



F. A. Prevatt 

A. E. C. Piltraan.. 

W. C. Wallace 

J. M. Fleming 

J. M. Fleming 

J. B. Jackson 



Total. 



104: 

2141 
1591 
228 

70. 
194 
106i 

66! 

73'. 



.3.00 
2.5.25 
2.00 
4.21 

29. 85 
40. 35 



.52 

1.32 

44. 62 

7. 35! 

1 53; 

15.00; 

.50 



2.25 

2.00 

50 



$6.00 
58. 75 
16.61 
42.61 

1.00 

4.25! 
53.49 
19.91 

2.21 

30.81 11. .571 11.75; 13.32 
.50 2.70 .50 



S3. 561 S3. 62: |2.18 
51.10 5.00, 4 
44. 18! 2. 191 
20.65 7.05 
.88' 

1.43' 

13.25, 45.74 3.69 

4 10 .85 .85 



2 12. 

5.52 

2.00 



10.37 
2.00 



23.10 
37.37 
125.00193.25 



10,37 

8.00 
1. 



4 


51 


2.35 




151 


11.30 


9 


115 


11 60 




36 


6.37 


35 


250 


30.11 


25 


63 


.. .. - 



1.5.75 



...I 60. 

7, 70. 

3 63 
4' 83' 

4 69 
10 114 

5 31! 
20 100 

2 33. 
9 55 
1: 24 

3 146 



...5.00 
5.00 
44.79 
2.56 
13.95 
10. 33 
5.05 



20.40 
3.00 
1.00 



6.25 

6.87 

13. 92 

17.00 

1.16 

25.39 



33.50 



,77 



12.00 



2.00 



5.40 



32.99 
106.26 

557.221 



04! 16.10 

50 1.50 1.30 

29, I 2.16 

47| 9.30| 7.00 ! 

33; 14..56 i ' 



$19.44 
289.83 
102.04 
124. 16 

4.55 

10.37 

200.56 

44.01 

4.74 
128. 14 

5.25 



33 
21, 
516.28! 45.00; 31.40 



5.89 
86.28 
10.30 
8.66 
135. 71 
219.87 



9.76' 

4.'25l 
3.00,. 
5.40. 



..;i,468.15 



4.03; 
15.90 

2. 02 
14. 17 

5.44 

2.65 
18.18 



1.50 
15. 75 

1.50 
20. 96 
21.00 
.1.67; 
32.51 

2.00 



5.03 2.10. 
5.00 5.95! 

.50 . 



92.84 
34.20 

I 5.50 

6.34 11.74 



3.00: 



,19. 



4.83 
2.50 
1.71 
5.13 



.50 
3.07 



1.65 



I6.5O1 33.75 3.75 2.60, 3.( 



3. 85 
24. 25I 
2.70, 

9. 87 



8.18' 



1.50 
40. 58 

6.16' 

36. 09l 

.76'. 

6.171 



5.00! 



17.55 
1 82 . 
10.00. 



.08 



1.00 ... 
3.35... 



7.50 

2. 00' 
1.32 



2.30! 
10.00, 



1.66. 
4.15. 



2.00 
.92! 



1.00 

.95 



1.00 
.921 



5.5.3 

61.99 

13.24 

68.24 

58.59 

12.56 

115.32 

2.00 

109.45 



.92 .92. 



5.00 

16.35 

138. 60 

13.24 

69.91 

12.75 

25. 85 

10.00 

7.50 

6.00 

5.95 



358 4913 



669.85 635.971,139 49 986.13194.78105.56 30.153,76L93 

I' I I I 



22 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEiSfTIOISr. 



SANDY CREEK. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



Al ' Tdeen 

Bear Creek 

Brush Creek 

Bethany 

Bethlehem '• 

Beulah ' 

Biscoe ! 

Carthage ' 

Cool Spring I 

Cameron 1 

Deep River . 

Eagle Springs 1 

Emmaus | 

Ephesus 1 

Fall Creek ' 

Mt. Pleasant I 

Friendship 

Siler City 

Gum Spring 

Hickory Mountain I 

Jonesboro I 

Love's Creek ; 

Mav's Chapel ' 

Mer'-hanics Hill 

Mineral .Springs 1 

Moon's Chapel I 

Mt. Olive ! 

Staley ; 

NewSaleni | 

Sandy Creek 

Pine Grove | 

Pittsboro 

Pin- Bluff.- 

Rives' Chapel 

Rock Spring 1 

Rocky Kiver J 

Sandy Branch 

Tyson's Creek I 

Union Grove 

Sauford 



J. B. Richardson— 
W. H. H. Lawhon. 

O. T. Edwards 

O. T. Edwards 

G.J Dowel 1 

W. H. H. Lawhon. 



G. J. Dowell 

W. H. H. Lawhon. 

G. .1. Dowell 

A. K. Seotten 

W. H H. Lawhon. 

L. R. Dixon 

J. M. Henlv 

J. L. Smith 

J. A. Hackney 



« 



5 






G. J. Dowell 

E. D. Poe 

L. R. Dixon 

a. J. Dowell 

O. T. Edwards 

L. R. Dixon 

T. P. Tucker 

O. T. Edwards 

J. L. Smith 

N H. Shepherd - 

J. L. Smith 

W. T. Hurst 

G. W. Harmon—. 



i: 42 

196 
i 119 

2 108 

9 232 

6 108 

- ! 13 
19 100 

-i -iS 

4 128 

2 21 
6 2.5S 

3 35 
...I 59, 

3, 89, 

5' 176 

5' 1031 

— i 99 
13 180 

1 98; 



3; 731 



E. Y. Pool 

S A.Ives.. 

L. R. Dixon 

G. VV. Harmon 

N H. Shepherd — 

J. L.Smith 

N. H. Shepherd — 

J. P. Tucker 

E. Y.Pool 



18 1621 

- 18' 
6 46 
4' 68,. 

— I 43 

2 43 

.-I 13:. 

3' 121 

5 49 

7i 98 

4 132' 

13 72 

3 170 
13, 129 



7.50 
9.00 
8.00 
2.50 
I.-tO 

45.87, 
4.00 

49.55 



7.00, 
2.50 
5.00 

'8."40; 

2.00, 
3.40: 



Sl9. 10 S15. 77 
10.00 5 00 



5.00 
6.60 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 

87.90 
2.00 

33.60 
1.00 
1.50 
4.00 



3.00; 
5.80 

1.00 

6.00 5.69 

1.32 

1.50, 1.50 
14.50; 18.75 

8.00; 

«.20, 2.79 
19.36j 11.87 
10.00: 6.00 



5.00 

1.50. 

4.00 

1.25 

4.27, 

1.05 

1.00 



ss 



818.25 

12.00 

10.00 

9.00 

.5.00 

2.25 

1..50 

60.18 

4.00 

48.79 

1.00 

2. .50 

6.13 

1.75 

10.00 

""2."56 
28.00 
5.00 
5.00 
18.171 
15.00 
5 71 

.5.7)0 
1.25 
3.00 
1.00, 
2.33 



! 


a 


U) 


aB 


i * 


?^l 






X 3 


£• 







§ 



•a = 
< 



^0 

COS 



OS _' 



821.81 

15.00 

7.50 

13.00 

7.00 

2.25 

1.50 

52.28 

9.00 

100.91 

1.45 

3.00 

10. .35' 

2. .50 

10.00 

.26 

2.50 

24. as 

8.00 

9.14 

55.00 

12.00 

11.00 

2.50 

7.50 

6.25 

5.39 

1.25 

3.2I1 



82.00 82.75 

2.00 2.00 88.35 

2.00 

1.69 LOO 

2.00 

1.00 



3.00, 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 



5.00 

1.00'. 

5.00 

1..50 

.50 

4.00' 



5.00 

LOO 

5.00 5.00 

.50! ■ 

1.50, 

1.50| 

.50 

2.00 



— 1 — 1 — 


6.00, 6.00, • 

_ 1 


1.50: 2.201 

6.00, 5.251 - 

2.00 2.00 

2.00, 

1 . ,50 


3.00 2.00 



1.87; 1.34. 

.50, 

2.39 . 



379.68 
54. .35 
35.00 
42.29 
29.00 
10.00 

5.50 

256.23 

21.00 

247.85 

3.95 
14.00 
29.28 

6.26 
37.69 

1..58 

8.00 
97.58 
21:00 
26.83 
115.65 
47.00 
30.71 

7.00 
26.50 

8.75 
24.27 

5.80 
12.33 



1.65 

41.41! 

1.00, 
7.10, 

2.50; 
8.5C 
2. .50' 



1.00 
r9.88 
1.00 
2.40 
1.00 
4.45 
2.00; 
3.50I 
1.00 
43.82 28.52, 



1 00 
40. 34 
1.00 
7.00 
2.00, 
7. 31 1 
2.00 
6.50 
2.50 
52. 93 



2.50. 
40.00 



7.50: 5.10. 



5.00 

1.00. 

7.78; 

4 11 

7.&5 

4.00 

2.70, 



1.00, 



3.33 2.65 

1.00 

2.00 2.25 

2.00 

6.00 .5.00' 198 9- 

-I 



0.15 
214.2:3 

2.00 
19.65 

5.00 
32.-52 
11.61 
30.40 
12.00 



Totals '1813723 373. R3 3-58. 79 406.89 540.62 79.09 61.73:15.85 18:36.60 







S.\NDY 


RUN 














Bethel 


Z. D. Harrill 

J. M. Good 

A. C. Irvin 

B. B. Harris 

Not reported 

B M. Bridges 

A. C. Irvin 


6 
2 
5 

" 

8 

21 

22 

'9 

K 

3 

1 

6 

2 

1 

.3.5 

10 

13, 


212 
44 

163 

97 

185. 
140 
2.54 
120. 
264 

9.8. 
18:3 
202 
269 
118- 
124 
218 
;i57 
144 

;3S 

139 

98 


87.00 
1.25 
7.00 
1.00 


83.00 
1.2.5 
4.00 
1.00 


87.00 
1.2.5: 
5.00 
1.00 

I. 


814.00 

1.75 


S2.00|.-.. 


833.00 


Bi.g Springs 

Cane Creek 


4.50 

I..50 


2.00, 


22.50 
4.75 


Cherokee Creek 

Concord . 


5.00 
25.00 

"32."o6 


4.00 
5 00| 


3.00 
5.00 


6.39 

11.00 

19.00 


LOO 

1.00' 


i9.:"{9 
47.00 


Cliffside . 


R. A Hedgpeth.— 

J. M. Hamrick 

B. B. Harris 

W. F. Hull 

H. D Harrill 

W E. Wilsou 

R. J. Tate 

R. J. Tate 

J. M. Hamrick 






19.00 




i 36.66. -. 






62.00 


Fairview 










First Broad 

Floyd's Creek 

Forest City... 

Green River 


3.00 
.3.00 
2.5.00 

""2.00 
19.60 
12.00 
1.75 
1.00 
1.00 
3.00 


3.06 
2.00 
8.74 


2.00 

2.00 

25.82 


2.00 

2.50 

20.00 




LOO 
1.25 
8.00 





11.00 
10.75 
82.06 


Greer's Creek 

Henr;ett;i 


1.00 
26.40 
8.00 
1..50 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 


2.66 
21.75 
15.00 
1.50 
1.00 
2.00 
2.50 


2.66 

20.00.. .. 






7.00 
87.75 


High Shoals. 

Holly Springs 

Lavonia 


10.00 

2. .50 

3.00 

3.00 

3.00 


5.00 




50.00 


T. C. Harris 

A. J Bonner 


.75; 

.50, 

1.00' 

2.00' 


8.00 
6. .50 


Ml. Harmony 

Mt. Lebanon... 


M. M. Landrum... 
M. M. Landrum...; 


1 
3 


9.00 
12.50 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



23 



SANDY RUN— Continued. 



, Churches. 



Pastors. 



Mt. Pleasant C B. M. Bridges 

Mt. Olivet ...... H. D. Harrill 

Mt. Pleasant R [ W. F. Hull 

Mt. Zion Joe Bridges 

Prospect B. P. Green 

Sandy Run Z. D. Harrill 

Shiloh : T. C. Harris 

Wall's Z. D. Harrill 



eg 





a; 


a 




S.2 


a 


.S?g 


ce 






o« 


?< 


fe, 


o 



7 282 

...J 90: 

6 lOOl 
... 28| 

4 102l 

29 35Hi 

7 247! 
7 264 



9. 00 
1.00 
4.00 
1.25; 
2.00 
7.00 
1.25 
8.00 



6.00 
2.00 
2.00 
.50. 
1.55 
7.00 
1.25 
3. 00 



(i.OO 
1.00 
3.00 



7.00 
1.25 
3.00 



12.00 
3.00 
3.001 
1.00 
3. 00 
5.00 
1.25 
5.00 



Totals 223 48301 183.10 91.19' 121.07 189.391 29.71 



■§.2 



cc 



2.50. 



1.00 

.50 



4.16.. 



1.00. 



35.50 
7.00 

13.00 
3.25 
8.55 

30.16 
5.00 

20.00 



614.46 







SOUTH 


FORK 
















Alexis 

Belmont . 


C. W. Pavseur 

P. H. Purnell 


3 62 
.. . 86 


"l.i'oo 

13.40 
1.00 
5. 40 
4.33 
4.36 

10.00 

212.01 

2.40 


S3. 00 
10.00 

"4782 
2.87 
9.00 
3.00 

202r95 


15. 00 
4.86 
10.00 
15.00 
11.00 
2.00 
3.00 

"690^79 

31.52 

1..35 

400. 00 

10.00 


$6.00 


$1.06 


$1.00 


$1.00 


.$17.06 
29.86 


Bethel 

Bruinglon 

Catawba .. . 


D. P. Bridges 

C. W. Payseur 

T. B. Davis 

J. J Payseur 

J. J. Payseur 

.1. L. Vippi-rman.. 

W. H. Reddish. 

J. L Vipperman .. 

C. E. Beaver 

W R. Gwaltney... 

W. B McClure 

J. A. Hoyle 

P. H. Purnell 

D P. Bridges 

D. P Bridges 

W. B. McClure . 

James Ht)yle 

J L. Vipperman.. 

J. J. Payseur 

J J. Payseur 

J. L. Vipperman.- 

T. B. Davis 

J. T. Newton 

W. B. McClure.... 

P. W. Bangle 

W. B. McClure . 

T. B. Davis 


1 65 

4 74 
1 44 
1 23 

1 80 
3 80 

25' 272 
8] 152 

22! 79 
9 274 
9 151 

10, 38 

20, 125 

5 70 
20; 130 

7 151 
1 37 
3! 123 
6! 145 
li IS-i 
9 220 


2.40 
5.27 

' 4.79 

1.00 

1.00 

10.00 

214.22 
24.16 
.5. .50 

147. 79 
2.00 


"i"21 


"2700 




25.80 
29.30 
24.06 


Cedar Grove . . 








16.33 


Corinth 

Dallas 

Gastonia, First 

Gastotiia, East ... 


1.00 
'20^45 


I.JO 
5.00 
8.53 




13.36 

25.00 

1348.95 

58.08 


Hebron 

Hickory 

Hickory Grove 

High Shoals. 


5.00 
81.00 

4.00 

3. 85 
24.75 

5.90 


52^55 
1.00 


22.06 


"13733 
1.25 




11.8.5 

716. 67 

18.25 

.3.85 


Kid's Chapel 

Leonard's Fork _. 


"2."00 


6.27 
3 00 
100.00 
1 00 
2.00 

12.00 
2. 00 

33 64 


20.08 
3.00 

26.58 
2.33 
4 00 
6.10 
.3.00 
9.68 


1.60 
1.00 
2.00 


2.00 


1.76 


56.46 
14.00 


Lincolntou 

Long Creek 


.50.00' 5.00 
6. .50' 1 50 
5.00, 3.00 
4.00 2. .58 
2.00 3.00 

14.40! 11.10 





2.60 


185.58 
11.33 


Long Shoals 

Lowell- _- - 




.78 ....... 

.. . 1 


14.78 
23.68 


Macedonia 

Maiden .. . . 






' 2li6 


10.00 
70 92 


McAdensville . .. . . 








Mt. Grove 

Mt. Holly .— 


6: 100 

6 100 

71 25S 
6' {i6 

12 230 
2 87 

26 195 

7 46 
4; 28 
2' 30 


.5.88 ,3.00 

! 14.65 

5.00: 


8.00 


3.09 




1.00 


1.03 


22.00 
14. 65 


Mt. Ruhama -. . 


2.00 


1 56 








8. .56 


Mt. View 










Mt. Zion 


6.00 

10.00! .5.00 
22.25 10.00 

9.10- - 


39. 15 
9.12 

26.73 

.3.05 
1.75 
1.00 
1.50 
2.00 

14.05 


2.00 

24.03 

10.00 

2.60 

3.25 

.74 

3.00 

1.00 

9.12 


"2^25 


i.oo' 

2 00! 1.59 
1.00 5.00 


48.15 
54.54 

74.98 


Olivet ... .... 


T. B. Davis.. 


Piney Grove ... 


C. E Beaver 

J. A. Rector 

C E Beaver 

L Rogers . _ 


14.75 


Ptnelope .. .... 


l.,50 
1.50 

"""'i.'oo 

7.40 


.80 
"2:06 
"'7^50 






7.30 


Providence I 

Providence 11. . 





""i'06 "II" 


3.24 
7.56 


Reepsville .. . 


W. F. Hull 


. .. 81 


5.00 


River View 

Salem _. 


C. W. Payseur 

J. A. HoVle 

J. A. Hoyle 

D. P. Bridges 

J.J. Payseur 

J. J. Payseur 

C. M. Ervin 

L. A. Bangle . 


7 127 

4 90 

23 120 

1! 38 

....i 15 

7; 46 

7: 120 

42 


2.00 


2.65 


42.07 


Sandy Plains 

Sharon .... ... 


11.94 
6.70 
4.00 
3.00 
4.00 

'""9.I0 


4.44 
2.95 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.44 
2.25 
3.00 

2.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.77 


3.57 3.07 


31.23 
11.90 


Slartown 

Thessalonica 

Warlick's 


2.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1.00 


"loo 


.60 

l.OOj 


10.60 
10.00 
9.00 


Webb's Chapel 





i 66 


3 00 


Franklin Avenue. . 


J. A. Hoyle 

C. M. Ervin,... 


....[ 26 

. _: 17 






9.30 


Beulah. . 












Amity _ 


P. \V Bangle 


3 10 

299 4588 


1.06 
584.03 






1 




1.00 








1 






Totals 


371.71 


1466. 47 


569.66 


55.52 


49.12 17 ."« 


3114 06 













24 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





SOUTH 


RIVER. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


ai 


d 

Y. 

s 


s 


m 
S 


si 


o5 

c 

CO" 




s 
5 


a 

■a .2 

■J! S 

■-■a 
■~^ 


a: 

< 


Sun. School 
Missions. 

Total. 




W. M.Page 




lis 


S23.04 
14.93 
9 35 
2.70 
4.25 
10.73 
2 00 
7.16 
7.29 
17.75 
7.81 


81.00 

"5^00 

""56 
.50 



2.15 


110.561 

6.02L 

2.811 

2.00' 

.50 

.50 

.25- 


SI. 70 








46. 30 


Autryville 

Baptist Chapel 

Beulah 


IM. A. Stephens 

J. M.Fleiiiing 

R. Honeycut 

D. W.Tew 


4 


66 






$10.57 





20.95 


6i 197 
81 26 
41 57 
71 38 
4 31 


5.2I 

.25 


$2.05 


34.99 
4.95 








5.25 


Calvary 


N.H.Uibbs 

T.J.Hood 


.50 






12. 23 


::::: "" 


2.25 




J. O.Tew 




83 
139 


1.07!_ 
2. 12 . 
10.29. 
4.16 








- 


8.23 




J. W. Cobb 


10 


'"'2."27 


1.50 
1,05 
1.00 


.93 


11.84 


Concord 

Elizabtth 


M. A. Stephens 

J. M. f'leniming ._. 


19| 128 
S\ 76 


.80-- 


35.50 
17.39 








Kayettevilt.e 


J.J.Hall 

R. C.Sandlln 

\V. R..r<)hnson 

J.. -^.Fisher 

VV. R.Johnson 

P. Honeycut 

W. R.Johnson 

W.M.Page 

J.L.Stewart 

W. R Johnson 

J.W.Cobb 

R.C.Sandlin 

C.T.Tew 

J. A. Campbell 

W.M.Page 


24 365 
8 49 
10 124 

1 75 

2; 96 

....1 20 
13 88 
15 126 
13 187 

...-1 m 
.-..; 18 

.„.i 32 
20 223 


87.65 
4.81 
5.37 

13.02 
6.28 
4. .55 
6.25 

15.26 

10.25 
7.21 
1.02 
1.24 


43.30 

"Too 


70.57 
3.25. 
1.03 . 

""2.'25 . 


84.00 






285.52 
8.06 


liOng Branrh 








6.40 


.03 






13. 65 








9.53 


Mary's Chapel 

Mill Creek 

Mt. Elirn 








4.55 


"""85 
2.50 


1.06 
1.25 
3.00 
2.63 
1.02- 


1.00 

1.7S 

1.43 

.25 




.66, 


8.91 
19.14 


Piney Green 






17.18 






10.09 










2.04 


Royal's Chapel 


1 






1.24 


60.00 
49.00 
8.31 
20.61 


40.00 
10.00 




40 00 
8.60 


19.08 
20.00 








159.06 


Spring Branch 


22 


288 
62 
109 


5.00 
1.00 


5.00 




97 60 
9.31 


While Oak 


J. I,. Stewart 


10 


5.00 


5.00 


5.31 






35.92 


Total 


203 3043 


407.84 117.41 


179.88 


14.3. 39i 11.60 


17.96 




878. OS 





















* The amount h ere given as State Missions includes S272.76 contributed as Associational Missions. 



SOUTH YADKlN. 



Advance 

Beulah :.— 

Bethel 

Berea 

Cleveland >. 

(Jalvary 

China (irove 

Corinth 

Chestnut Hill 

Cornatzcr 

Cooleeinee 

Dunn's Mountain ... 

Enon 

Eaton.s 

P'ort.- 

Farmington 

Faith „ 

(iay's Chapel 

Harmony 

IJames X Roads 

Island Fi>rd 

.Jerusalem 

.Mocksville 

Mooresville 

New Hojie 

New Bethany 

Phaniels 

SI'ENCKK 

Society 

South River 

Shady Grove 



E. L. Weston 

C. E. Beaver 

J.F. Mitchener 

R. I.. Davis.. - 

.-v. T.Hood. 

J. A.Summey 

J. A.Suraraey 



I J.N.Stalllngs 

. ! C.S. Cashw«ll 

. ; O. D.Swaim 

I W. R. Davis 

. J. A.Summey 

. I C S. Cash well 

! E. 1j. Weston .. 

. . E. L. We.^ton 

j W. Ii. Davis 

V.M.Swairn 

. ' V.M.Swairn 

. j V.M.Swairn 

. . C. E. Beaver 

. j S. D. Swai m 

. t.;.S. Cashwell 

. J.N.Stalllngs 

. ! V.M.Swairn 

.1 C.E. Heaver 

I W. R. Davis 

. I J.M. Deniaway 

, V.M.Swairn 

' V.M.Swairn 

I W.J.Myalt 




14 50 

61.00 

82.50 

98 12 

15.22 

11.00 

9.00 

12.00 

4.87 

117 38 

125.77 

73 00 

64.58 

12.00 

16.95 

305. 04 

101.00 

32.50 

15. 40 



ASSOCTATIONAL STATISTICS. 



25 



SOUTH. YADKIN— Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



s 



W. H. Rich 

C. A.Jenkins 

J. h\ Mitchener — 



Salisbury 

Statesville 

Statesville, W. Ave. 

Trading Ford J. A.Hummey 

Yadkin Valley I O.J.Martin.-. 

Total 






277; 
153' 
110 
118 
38 



117.00 
139.35 
41.00 
20. 50 
1.50 



25133011 900.51 



91.00 

109. 69 

13.50 

6.00 



316.39 






X 3 

"■a 



St-* 



118.00 

158.05 

15.00 

6.00 

2.00 



60.00 27.00, 2.00 

168.32! 10.00 10.00 

15.90 6.00, 3.00 

20,00 4.00 1.00 

6.00 I.OO 



c i 



632 29i 



617. Oil 127. 00 5S.001 

I 



415.00 

595.51 

94.40 

57.50 

10. 5» 

2681.54 



STANLY. 



Albemarle - 


J.M. Aruette 


6 


214 


S87.80$25.50; 


8110.45 


842 05S1O.50 


311.00 


8291.30 


Albemarle, West 


C.J Black 


47 


123 


5.47 


3.20 


3.20 


4.00 1.00 




17.87 


Anderson's Grove - 


E.:M. Brooks 


14 


133 


2.00 


2.(X)| 


8.00, 


7. .50 1.00 


l: 50 


23. 00 


Biirbee's Grove - 


H. G. Brvant 




o3 


2 00 


2.0U 


2.00, 


3.00 1.00 


1.03 






A. C. Davis . 


24 


137 


8.00 


2.00 


12.50 


10.00, 2.00 


2 03 


36.50 




A.C.Davis 

C.J. Black . 


2 
15 


114 
129 


3.00 
3.50 


2.00 
1 00 


10 00 
11.30 


6.30 

4.00 2.00 


l.uu 
1 50 




14.80 




23 30 


Corinth 

Chauev's Hill _ — 


C.J. Black -_ - 

E.M.Brooks 


14 
3 


132 

4S 


7.00 
1.00 


3.00 
1.00 


6.00 
1.50, 


6.00 2 00 
1.50: 1.00 


3.00 




27 00 
6.00 




w. E. catkins 


6 


91 


11.00 


3.00 


10.00 


10.00 1.50 


2.00 




37. 50 


(Told Hill . . - - 


C J. Black 

C.J. Black 


20 
10 


37 
136 


1 1.50 
6.00 


1.00 
2.00 


2.00 
13.00 


5.00 1.00 
17.00' 2.85 


.50 
165 




11.00 




43.00 


Kendall's 


C.J. Black.- . - 


10 


133 


5.00 


2 50 


13.00 


10.84; 2.22 


2.50 




41.06 


Locust - - - 


R.H.James- . - 


2 


127 


, 5.21 


3.02 


6.87: 


4.2l' 


2.05 




21.36 


Mission 

Mineral Spring.s 


J.S. Harris 

G. L. Eiidy „. 


1 


84 

84 


' 1.00 
1.00 


1.00 
.50 


L50 


2,00 

1.00, 


""50 





5. .50 
3.00 


Norwood 

New London - 


W. E.Watkins 

C.J. Black .• 




6V 

IS 


















2.05 


1.00 


1.00 


2.00 







6.05 




W. E. watkius 

H.f->. Brvant-- .. 




72 
41 


8.00 
1 2.00 


5.00 
1.50 


10.00 
2.00 


11.40 3.00 
2.00 


2 00 
1.00 




49.40 


Philadelphia 

Prospect 

Pleasant Grove 


8.50 


W. E. ' atkins 




77 


2.50 


2.00 


3.47! 


8.00 


1.00 




J 6. 97 


E. .M.Brooks 


15 


95 


2.00 


1.50 


2.00, 


2.57 


1.00 




9.07 


Poplin's Grove 

.Silver Springs 

Union Grove 


E. .M.Brooks 


. 


2- 


2.00 


1.00 


2.50. 


1 .50 


.50 




C.J. Black 


. 14 


29:^ 


10. oo: 


5.00 


15.00 


17. 50 


2.00i 


49.50 


E.M.Brooks 


^6 


41 
2467 


i ^-^^l 


1.00 


l.oO, 


3.00 


1.00 




8.00 


Total . - 


i 180.53 

1 I 


72.72 


248.79 


190. 87| 36.57 


j 40.70 




767. 68 









Collections at Associations, State Missions, $1.05 ; Orphanage, $10.00. 

STONE MOUNTAIN. 



Chestnut Grove. 
Dehurt 

Elkspnr 

Fair Plains 

Laurel Fort 

Mt. Carmel 

.Mt. Pisgah 

Mt Valley 

Mt Zion 

New Covenant-. 

New Light 

Oak Giove 

Piney Grove 

Riverside 

Rock Springs .— 

Trap Hill 

Walnut Grove -. 



E. Handy- 2^ 29 

Grant Cothren 56, 

D J Roberts — - 25! 

Grant Cothren | 47 



Wni. Key 8 



-i $1.00 



Grant Cothren 

G W. Adams 

G W. Johnson 

C. Blevins 



19—- I — 
45 I— . 

62' ! 

4lj ; 15.00 

371 

14li ' 2.00 



$1.00; $L70 



'iiroorsLoo 



16 



J. A. Williams 

W. H. Key 2 

J W Brown 40 

C. Blevins 1 



no:. 

1131 



2.63 



Total 97 919, 



33.751 



1.00 



1.70 



3.63 



S5.70 



15.00 
"2^00 



10. 00 28. 38 



11.00 51.08 



26 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEXTIOIS". 











STONY FORK 


























Churches. 






Pastors. 


CO 

g 


.2" 
S 

5 
S 


State 
Missions 


s 

c 


CO 

C 
O 

00 


1 1 Foreign 
1 j Missions. 


be 

5 


3 

i 


c 
o 

X 
o 


< 


o 
o 
a 
o 

m 


a 
o 

CO 
CO 






... 












— . : J. 

.— 1 1. 
-„. 1 N 

D 

„.- I. 
. J. 


p. Hasaman 

C. Miller 

.S Hampton 

M Wheeler 

C.Miller 

M. Pa.yne 

. N. Church 

. N. Church 

E. Greene 


""6 

5 
.... 

o 

T 


93 
41 
14 
86 
164 
67 
2S 

•70 










Buffalo Cove 




... 


... 


12.75 














12 




Doe Ridge 

Elk 




-- 






... 


... 








— 


— 


2.00 
5. 56 


i.oo 

4.00 










9 


(1(1 














5li 




W 














>lt. Paran 


.... J. 










. 




















• 


50 














50 




























.... P 
..--; J 

vv 


H 
M 
ni 
M 
in 


Haire l 

Payne 

M. Lee 

. Grag" 


1 

2 
5 


44 
92 

164 
80 

119 




— 


— 


.25 

.57 

9.95 


i.80 

.25 

L15 












2 
11 


O.T 


Poplar Grove 








s-^ 





— 


— 






" 


10 


Watauga 


...J E 

.... ^v 










Yellow Hill 


M. Lee 


— . 










2. 


72 








2 


70 




















Totals 


23 1071 

1 





— 


— 


31.08 


11. 


4'' 








42 


50 



















SURRY. 





W. H Beamer 




75 

67 
60 
49 
45 

140 
74 
10 

123 

116 
60 
51 1 
61| 
66 
22 
29, 
69 

110 
55 
40 
48 
16 
52 
83 

1421 


5.70 
LOO 
1.05 
14.75 
5.00 

'""i.'oo 




2.70 


2.60 


1 


11 00 




T. G. Marion 

J T Kirk 


3 




1.00 






.85 






. .. 1.90 


Copeland _ 


C. F Fields 

W. R. Beach 

W. R. Beach 

S. E Gentry 




1 

15 






14.75 


. 




(I.IO- i_ - . 


11.10 


p:iliin 


15.47 


6.14 
. 2.00 


35 00 


5.00 


61.61 

5.00 




.laine.s Kennetle— 

C C Arrington 

J. J Beach 

C. H. Stone 

N. J. Mathias 

J T Kirk 


5 

"21 
3 

8 




Holly Springs 

Macedonia 


■■"io.'oo 

3.30 


'Tie 


4.'20 


'"is.'ob 


"II"i"L63 


"III" "".35^99 
3.30 








1.84 
2.15 




1.84 


Mt View 






1.76 


3.91 


New Hope 


S E Gentry 

C. H Stone 

T. G. Marion 

C. F Fields . 


.... 
15 


6.87 
8.51 

1.96 
1.00 
4.05 






6.87 






L77 


1 


10.28 


Piney Grove 


2.00 

"Yso 

5.27 






2. 00 


1.02 
3.16 

""'2^25 


1.30 

7.35 

1.00 

14.31 





2.00 

'irss 


10.29 




W. H. Beamf-r 




: 12.47 


Rocijy Ford 

Ronda .... 


A. .J Williams 




1 4.50 


J..1. Beach 

C. H Stone 

C. F Fields 


""() 


: 27.76 




12. .50 
"""ir.Sl 


"I'si 




2.86 
.50 
1.32 





""50 


15.30 


ITnion Cross.. 

White Plains 


S. E. Gentry 

W. H. Beanier 


'"9 
92 


1.00 

3.94 


Totals 


85.97 


:«.71 


24.08 


91.10 




11.01 


2^5.87 






1 



TAR RIVER.* 



Antioch Q W. May 

Aurora ! - 

Batt.leboro .1 C. C. Williams 

Bethlehem I Walter Bobbilt. — , 

Bethel J. E. Hocult ; 

Bear Swamp G W. May j 

Brown's T. J. Taylor 

Ca.stalia ! W. C. Nowell 18 

Cary's Chapel J. A. Stradley 8 

Cedar Rock G. M. Dnke 9 

Cedar Branch B. Leggett . 

Conoho T. J. Crisp ,. 

Corinth R. H. Marsh 23 

Conoconary A. G. Wilcox 



65 



4.00 I.OO 



2.00 



2.00 



45 

671 

43 
165 
135' 

90 

61 1 
191! 
132. 

28 
165 

49 



17.50.. 
5.00.. 
11.47.. 
13.55 
35.00 
12 50 .. 
13.60 
16.00 



1.7 
8.58 



1 
5.94 



3.50 
2.34 



.50 
10.53 



6.58 
2.15 



9.92 

1.50. 

30.00. 

-L 



32.39 7.40 3.31 



5.50 : 



2.11 
1.12 



6.00... 
25.00 — 
22. 43 3. 00 



7.10 
1.67 



3.OO1. 

8.50, 
2.50. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



27 





TAR RIVER 


—Continued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

a 


d 

5 

g 


c 


a>.2S 

is 




oi 


s 


be 

a 

3 
a. 




s 
■3.2 

11 

us = 


2 
.22 

&S 
< 


Is 
■§.1 


5 
^ 


Crosbee'.s Chapel 

Cypres"! Chapel 


J. W Sledge 




15 
1S1 


3.50 
16.00 






1 „ _ 1 „__ 




3.50 


G. M. Duke 

J. K. Henderson.. 
G L. Merrell 


24 


1.00 


1.50 
1.30 
4 00 
1.84 


10.20 

8.44 








28. 70 


19 Ml 


26.37 

13.50 2.00 


3 15 






39.26 






20 

14 

81 

120 

114 


1 i.o5 

2.50 


.75 
2.50 




21.25 


Ebenezer 

Elm City 


M. P. Davis 


5 


11.27 
20 00 
5.12 
10.00 
25.00 
16.30 

23.25 


1.15 


19.36 
20.00 




W. C. Nowell 












.5.12 


Enterprise 

Enfield 


S. L. Morgan 

N. L. Guskins 

J. E. Hocutt 


6 






i 






10.00 


l: 76 
16 97 


2.45 


5.31 


4.58 
1.50 






37.34 


Ephesus 




1.05 




18.85 




■>« 












G. W. May 

A. Cree 

J. K. Henderson .. 
N. T King 


10 


I 67 


1.50 

5.35 

2.75 

20.00 


1.25 
16.43 








27.67 




-.-1 156 

7] 42 

25 169 


27.60 5.05 
1.5.00 2.51 
87.80 25 00 


8.25 






62.68 


Bethseniaue -- _ 


7.30 4.00 
24.69 30.00 






31.56 


Greenville 






187. 49 








Halifax . - 






6 
117 
139 
86 

38 
43 


L20 

15.00 

243.50 

16.00 












1.20 


Harris Chapel 

Henderson 

Hickory 

Hobgood 

John's Chapel 


J.l Edmundsou.. 

J. D. Larkins 

G W. May . 


8 
2 






t 






1.5.00 


12.00 
2 00 


""""3."6o 


13.5.48 7.00 
14.55 1.07 
10.00 6.47 

1. 


13.11 




411.09 
36.62 


G. h. Merrell 




28 88 12.89 


7.31 




65.55 


J. H. Hutchersou . 

G. M. Duke 

S, L. Morgan 

H. H. .Mashburn.. 

T. J. Taylor 

G. W. Coppedge.— 

G M. Duke - 

A. Cree.. 


1 


5.00 
2 56 

25.00 
150.00 

16.40 
8.50 

40.00 
6 00 
3.91 

10.00 

10,00 

20. .50 
2.00 

30.88 




5.00 


Joyner's Chapel 

Littleton 

louisburg 

Macon 


20 102 

12, 136 

...-I 209 

3 72 
9 67 

4 188 
2: 47 

5 33 

""6 "148 

1 160 
28 64 

r 60 
14 174 
14 70 
12 70 
10 100 

2 139 






:::::: 




2. ,56 


"'2ro5 

.40 


9.27 

130.00 

2.00 

.40 


3.76 

13.5.00 

9.00 

2.10 


. 1.88 
15.00 
2.00 


1.88 
"'2700 




41.79 

430.50 

33.40 

11.40 


Maple Spring 








4.5.00 




.83 








7.33 


Midway . -- 


G. W. Coppedge... 

J. E. Hocutt 

G. W. Mav . . 








3.91 














10.00 


Mt. Hebron. .. . „ 












10 00 


Mt. Zion 


G. M. Duke 

G W. Holmes 

W. R. CuUom 

.1. W. Downey 

T. .1. Crisp 

E C. Andrews 

J. W. Downey 

G. L Merrell 

W. C Nowell 


.86 


2.76 


6 00 








29.62 


Mountain Grove 








2.00 


Middleburg . __ 


8 ,50 


8.10 
75.00 

"" 1.'50 

2.00 

.50.00 


12. 60 2. 75 






62.83 


New Bethel 

New Hope 

New Sandy Creek .. , 


15.25' 

15 00 

2.00, 

6.00, 1.00 
G5.00 2.5.00 


7.00 

"""^1.50 

1.00 

10.00 

6.00 

3.24 


6.00 




6.00 




109.25 
1.5.00 
5.00 


North Henderson 

North Kooky Mt - 


1.00 


T.oo 


12.00 
150.00 






32 
60 
20 
i8q 


10.00 
8.00 
7.50 
12.50 
15.00 
10.00 








16.00 


Oak Level 


T. J. Crisp ... . 













11.24 




J. E. Hocutt 








7.50 


Peach Tree .. 


G. M. Duke 

W. C. Nowell 

J W. Rose 

W. C. Nowell 

G. M. Duke 


17 


2.16 




2.10 






16.76 


Pleasant Grove ... 


5 141 

-..! 55 
16 214 
72 383 




1 


1.5.00 


Plymouth. . . _ 


i.sn 


2. ,50 
.25 


5.00 

.25 

5.00 


. 




19.00 


Philadelphia . 


23. 00 






23.50 
63. 18 


Poplar Spring 


50.00 




5.00 


3. 18 


Quankie. 










Ked Oak— 


G. W. May 

A. a. Wilcox 

B. E. Dunn 

T. S Crutchfield .. 
H. H. Mashburn.. 
J K. Howell 


5 115 
10 161 
10 175 

6 155 
Hi 1.30 


27.50, 2.50 

15.00 2.00 
15.00 

37.01 8.50 
22.00 5 00 


3.50 
3.00 

"~"8."56 
16.30 

. ' 


4.05 
,5.00 
11.25 

""iorsi 






37.55 


Red Bud 

Reedy Creek 








2.5.00 
26.25 


Roanoke Rapids ... 


6.83 






60.84 


Rock Spring 






54.11 


Robersonville. _ . 




1! 

Fi3 










Rosemary - .- .. 


T. S. Crutchfield ._ 
B. Craig 

R. D. Carroll 


1 


16.00 
133. 50; 




5.00 

117.57 .5.50 


1.50 


16 50 


Rocky Mount ._ 


11' 270 


.n m 


77.75 




11.01 




350.08 


Riddick's Grove . . 




16 
'>fil 


1 


1.00 
13. 64 






1.00 


Sandy Creek 


G. M. Duke 

A. G. Wilcox 

<j. T. Lumpkin 

I. N. Loftin 

A. G Wilcox 


23 


17.50 

16.82 5.00 


3.00 

4.00 

35.50 


. 




34.14 


Samaria . ... 


13 251 
27 364 
17 167 


17.07 
175.00 




1 . . 


42.89 


Scotland Neck 

Sharon _. 


325.85, 

25 00 

9.81 


36.95 


50.00 
5.55 


50.00 


673.30 
30.55 


Stanhope .. 




45 

162 




1.00 

2.00 

.50 

10.00 

1.58 


1..50 

17.29 

.50 

14 97 

1.34 




12.31 


Stoney Creek 

Social Plains . . 


C. A. Upchiireh... 
.1. W. Sledge 

A. G. Wilcox 

E. C. Andrews 


9 

7 


40.00 2.00 
1.82 .50 

20.00 4.00 
.5.00 


i.oo 


2.00 


64.29 
3.32 


Spring Hope 


4 47, 
45 74 


1.37 




50.34 


Sulphur Springs ! 





7.92 



28 



K. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 
TAR RIVER— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 


ft 

"a 

S 

s 


c 


■35 

IS) M 


c 




Foreign 
Missions 


Orphanage. 


II 


1 
2 

.1 

< 


c ^ 

Is 

. ^ 


S 




I. N. L ftin 

iM. P Davis 

J K. Howell 

N. L. Gaskins 

J. T. Ertmuiidsou. 

T.J. Taylor 

T J. Taylor 

Josiah Crudup 

.1 VV. Morgan 


26 
16 
3 
4 
3 
8 

8 


91 
174 
32 
24 
67 
162 
134 
120 
90 
99 
300 


1.3.25 
37.55 
18. 75 
B.OO 
10.00 
62.85 
27.97 
78.25 
110.00 


1 , 1 


1 




13. 25 


Takboeo 


13.25 

6 51 

.50 


10.00 

2.00 

.63 


5.50 




- - 1 




66.30 


Tillerv 




24.00 




52.26 


Turkev Branch 


3.50 

10.00 

136.94 

5.71 

"'so.'oo 

29.40 




10.63 




2.20 

36.55 

1.00 

4.57 

32.00 






22. 20 


Warkenton 

Warrt-n Plains 

Washington 


20.45 

5.55 

20.00 

30.00 


40.45 

.5.87 

20.00 

106. 00 


14.47 
4.31 

"20r00 




311.71 
50.41 
122,82 
328.00 




R. D. Carroll 


29 40 


\\'ILS0X 


J, T. Jenkins 

'■ 


9 


i20.00 













120.00 


















Total 


7419344 


2573. 57 


295.08 


726.61 


2073.67 248,59156.61 




6,074.1.^ 



TENNESSEE RIVER. 





Wra. Pruitt 

S A. McGhee 

H. A. Cuningham- 

H. J. Hogue 

J. s. siaiiherry 

T. F. Deitz- 


\ 

4 
7 
2 
16 


49 
67 
31 
67 
165 
171 

iS 

25 
97 

18 
49 
68 
M' 




i 










81.21 „ 








SL2I 


Bethel 


5 00 _ - 








5.00 




6,00 










5.00 




10.00 - 




S3. 15 






13.15 


Br.vson City 


2.00- 




13.20 






15.20 


J A K m nio n s 


2.10 










2.10 




K M. Morgan 

J. S. Woodward— 

C. S. Buchanan 

H. J. Hogue 


"29 
4 


15.00 




2.30 






17.30 


Cold Springs 

Deep Uap 

Fairview . 






10 00 - . 






10.00 


















i 








Toney's Creek 


Wm. Pruitt 

J. 10. Norton 


2 


2.60| 










2.00 






2.00 






2.00 


Holly Springs 


0. P. Williams — . 

D. S. Collcy 

S. Jordan 


-"2 


























Lone Oak 


I..35 - - 




1.20 






2.55 


Lofty -- 


A. L. Beck 

J. S. .Sianherry 

0. P. Williams - . 


30 


901) 






1.30 







1.30 


Maple .Springs 

.Mt. Zion 


2 81 










8;^ 

10 
















J. S. Siaiiherry 

T. N. Freeman 

H.J. Hogue 

J.E.Nort<ui 

A. E. Lowe 
















Piney Grove 

Pleasant '^ rove 

Roland's Creek _ 


4 15 

. 30 

8 49 
1 '^(i 














2.00 




r " 







2.00 
2.52 


Round Hill 


: 
















66 
106 

97 
107 














Stecoah 


T.J. -Monteith 

W.(". M. rgan. 


15 














Sweetwa ter . 


10.00 

2.50 


1 00 


f.82 






12.82 


Tellico 


W. L. Bradley.— 

G. W.Orr 

H.J Hogue 

U. W.Orr 


14 








2.50 


Teiin. River 


— 102 
5 127 














Union Hill ._ .. 














Vc-llow Creek-- 


























Total 


1.5927,50' 58.82 


LOO 


37.00 


97.37 





















THREE FORKS. 


* 












Antioch - . . 


J. H. Farthing 




1491.-. . 

152 14.25 

98| 

.52 


Tio 


L50 
17.19 
52.30 

1.50 


1.00 

8. .57 
2 76 






2.50 


Belhel 


J. H. Farthing 

L. A. Wilson 

L. C. Wilson 


"4 
3 






39.95 


Beaver Dam 

Bethany 


i 2.88 




61.24 
1 .50 


Beech Mountain.. 


136 . 




2.00 


1 




2.00 


Boone 




20 I..57 
190 1..32 

23 2.57 
1.5o. 






-1 1.67 




3.14 


Brushy Foi-k 


.S. W.King 


9 

"\\ 
5 




LoO 


5.00 
1.67 
9.51 
2.00 
LOO 


L32 

2.38 
4.42 


■— ""L52 


7.64 


Blowing Rock 

Cone Creek 


T. W. Thomas 

S. W. King 


9.64 
13. IH) 


Cool Spring 

Clark's Creek 


J. M. Payne 

C. S. Farihing 


81 

37 _. 









2.00 


1.66 







2.00 


KIk Knob 


63 











ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



29 



THREE FORKS— Continued. 



Churches. Pastors, 


s 

p. 


2 

to 

S 

C 


-JS 

s 
.2 


CO 

a 
o 

1^ 


a. 2 


(p 

CS 

a 
s: 

o 




S 

< 


Sun School 
Missions. 

Total. 


Elk Valley 1 S. W. King 

Fail Creek. G W. Trivett. 


2 62 

1 28 
l! KM) 




2.00 2.00 
2.28 2.29 
10.77 3.08 








4 00 










4 57 


Foresi Grove 

Flat Top 

Flat Springs 

Gap Creek 

Howard's Creek 

Laurel Springs 

Meat Camp 

Ml. Calvary 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt Lebanon 

Fleasant Grove 


J. F. Eller 










13 85 


E. D. Crisp... — 




23 
53 

85 


















8 


















1 

:::::::: :::::: 















S."L. Pox.. 


1 




L.^C. Wilson 

L. A. Wilson 

J. H. Farthing 


7| 178 
3 137 


2.10 
1.00 





10.00 


5.00 

.75 

2.15 









17.10 
1 76 




73 
51 

48 






2.00 








4 16 








.50 


1.00 1.00 








2 50 


S. W. King 


5 


1.35 
2.00 










1.35 
4 00 


l! 184 
16 117 
6 lis 






2.70 








W M f >,i n n on 






3 00 4.00 





:::::: :::::: 


7' 00 








3.00 




3 00 


ShuU's Mills 


J. M. Payne 




25 
64 
119 
1-39 
195 








1.00 








1 00 


Sampson . 




















Three Forks .. _ - 


J. J. L. Sherwood-_ 
L. A. Wilson 


3 






15.00 


.5.34 








''0 34 








2.18 2.51 








4.69 


Zion Hill- _ . 


J. F. EUer 


19 








62 






15.30 










15 30 






















Total- - 


105 


3010l 1.3-49 5.30 


151.58' 55.01 





5.97 




231 35 











1 











TRANSYLVANIA. 



Blue Ridge 


Not reported 

Not reported 

Not reported 

Not rejjorted 


4 


37 






1 


1 






Boilston . - - - - 


6 129 


2.06 




3.57 .3. .32 






8.95 


Bkevard - 


7 152 

1 


13.36 


11.14 18.44 2.3.83 








66.77 


Car's Hill-- 


















i 














Cathev's Creek 


Not reported . 




101 
















Cedar Rock. . _ .- 


Not reported _ 








1 












Not reported . 


1 
















Dunn's Rock.. . . 


Not reported _. 


1 


















Not reported 

Not reported. . . . 


4 


146 




2.68 


4 80 


12.48 








19.96 


East Fork . - . . . . 










Glady Branch 

Glady Fork ... 






74 
33 











— - 








Not reported 

Not reported — 


4 








Laurel Creek 


















Little River .. ... . 


Not reported . 




96 


















Macedonia . . . 


Not reported 




140 
1''5 


















Mt. Moriah- 


Not reported 

Not reported 

Not reported 


1 
19 

7 









16.74 








16.74 


New Prospect -— .. 












Oak Grove _ - _ -- - . 


112 


















hink Bed 





















Rocky Hill- - - 


Not reported 

Not reported 7 

Not reported . 1 


71 
49 





































Toxaway 


















Turkey Creek . .. _ 


Not reported 

Not reported 


4 


84 
47 


1.00 


1.60' 1.50 


1.50 








5.00 




















1 












Total. . 


63 


1396 


16.42 


14.82 28.31 


57.87 








117.42 



















TUCKASEIGEE.* 



Balsom Grove- 






















Barker's Creek 




1 
6 


74 

24 


SI. 00 


""i.'oo 


^1.00 
1.00 








2.00 




L. W. Harper 

A. C. Queen. .. . 








2.00 


Conev Fork .. . 


70 . . . 








. . . 




Cedar. . . 






















Cullowhee . 


T. I. Arrington 

T. D. Watson 

J. W.Watson 


"16 
3 


132 2.00 

45 . 




1.00 
1.00 
5.00 


1.00 
1.00 
5.00 








4.00 


Dick's Creek . 








2.00 


Dillsboro 


56 5.00 











15.00 



30 



]Sr. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOX, 



TUCK ASEI QBE-Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 

a 

ffl 


d 

5 

o 

S 

o 


c 
o 




1 
X 




.2 

5 


"^.2 
11 

-a 


■c.B 


2 3! 







A. W. Davis - 


69. 
99. 


.66 


.66 


.66 








1.9S 


















_ . 















R. L. Cook 


74 
107 

88 

128,. 
245, 

911. 

,53' 

.531 

101; 

92. 

69 
102 
122, 


1.00 
1.00 
2.00 


1.00. 


"'i.OO 


1.00 
2.00 
1.00 








3.00 


Ml Plea.sanl 


W. M. Hruitt 

J. T.Carson 

R L. Cook 


•3 








4.00 


Ochre Hill 








3.00 










J. T. Carson 

T. F. Arriugton. 

J. H. Owen 


7 
11 


5.07 

2 "25 
1.00 
12.00 


5.00 


5.17 








15. 24 


Slioal Creek 








2.25 


Speedwell 


A. C. Queen 

J. N. Wat.son -. 

T. F. Arriugton 

T. D. Watson 

J. T. Peek 

J. S. Woodward-- 


3 

8 

"ii 

5 


.""" ""13726 


1.00 
5.00 








2.00 
30. 26 












Wilmot 


i.OO 


'"2^72. 
1.00 


200 


1.00 
1.00 
2.00 








3.00 


Yellow Mountain 

Zion Hill 









3.72 
4.03 














Total 


76 


1762 


32.32 6.38 


29. 92 


28.83 






97. 45 























UNION. 














M. D L. Preslar.— 
M. D. L. Preslar... 

J. A. Bivens 

.1. G Gulledge 

A. Marsh 

M. D. L Preslar... 
T P. Little 


3 60 
1 .5(1 

2 52 
8 72 

8 86 

4 93 
1 49 

9 145 
6 77 

10 86 

11 1.55 

1 .50. 

4 21(i 
9 102 

11 314 

149 

34 286 
14 116 

5 72 
5 127 
5 64 

14 108 

1 42 _ 

2 39 


32. .50 S2.50 
2.00 1..50 
3.00 3.00 
2.00 2 00 
2.00 2.00 
2. .50 1..50 
1.00 1.00 
3.00 2.00 

12.00 6.00 

2. .50 2. .50 

8. 00 3. (X) 

.5.00 

12.75 7. .59 
2.50 2.30 

2.5.51 19.45 
5.00 .5.a) 

.50.0010.5.00 
3.26 2. .50 
4.00 3.00 
8. 00 5.00 
1.50 2.00 
1 00 1.00 

2 00 

1.00, 1.00 


36.00 

4.00 

15 00 

5. 00 

3.00 

.5.21 

1.00 

8.00 

1.5.00 

5 62 

11.00 

10.00 

46. 14 

7.00 

.53.34 

15.00 

200.00 

8.00 

6.00 

20 00 

3.00 

1.00 

""3.00 


3.3. 10 . - . 




! 314.10 


Benton's X Roads 

Bethel 

Corinth 

Deep Springs. 

Ebeiiezer 

Fairfield 


3.00 

5.00 

5 00 

4.00 

.3.00 

2.00 

5.20 


'31.00 
1.00 


' 10. fO 

' 27.60 

1.5.00 

11.00 

j 12.21 

1 5.00 


Fan Iks 

Hermon ..» 

Hamilton's X Roads 

Hopewell 


D. A. Snider 

A. C. Baker 

A. Marsli 

.1. A. Bivens 

.1. L. Bennett 

G. O. Wilhoit 

.1. A. Bivens .. 


18.20 


7.00 

4. '>5 




40.00 

14 87 


5.00 

.5.00- 


2.00 


29.00 

20.00 


Marshville 


4.63 

3. .50 

27. 13 


4.34 
1.00 


7.5.45 

16.30 


.Meadow Branch 

Mill Creek 

.Monroe 


B. S. Funderburk. 

A. Marsh 

W. F. Watson 

D. A. Snider 

C. H. Martiu 

D. A. Snider 

D. A. Snider 

J. G. Gulledge 

S. A. Brock 

A Marsh 


12.5.43 


6.00 

29, .50 

4.00 


'I'o.'oo 


31.00 

394. .50 

17.76 


Mt. Olive 

Mt. Harmony 

Mountain Springs 

-Mt. xMoriah 


9..50 

20. 00 

1.90 





22.50 

.53.00 

8.40 


1.00 

2.00 


1.00 


.5.00 

4 00 




4.40- 




9.40 










Oak Grove 

(^live Branch-. 

Philadelphia-- 

Pleasant Hill 


J. L. Bennett 

G. O. Wilhoit 

D. A. Snider 

A. C. Davis 

J. A. Bivens 


2 96 
10 122' 
13 198 
6 117 
. .. 37i 


2. 00' 

1.S2J 
4.00' 

2. oo; 

1.60, 
2.50 
1.00 

3.oo; 

4.61 
.5.00| 


2.00 
2.2.3 
4.00 
1.00 
1.00 

"i'oo 

5. .50 
2.00 


6.00 
5 00 
12.00 
4.. 50 
3 42 
4.00 
5. 00 
20.00 
30. 00 
20.00 


5 00 

3.01 

6.00 


1.08 
1.25 


16. as 

13.31 

26.00 


2.00 

2.40 

2. .50 

1 .50 


i.OO 
1.00 


10. -,0 

9.42 


Sandy Ridge 

Sardis 

shiloh 


T P Little 

M. D. L. Preslar... 

M D. L. Preslar 

A. Marsh 

J. W. Little 


1 130 
3 40, 

10 im 

3| 106 
9j 200^ 


9.00 

7. .50 


.5.00 




30.00 


10.00 . 




.50.11 


Waxhaw 


1.5. CO 




42 00 


Total 


221,3815 


182. 65 207. .57 


.561.23 


217.42 


25.27 


1194.04 









WP:sT CHOWAN. 



Ahnskie 

Aulander. 

Bethlehem 

Bethany 

Brantly's Orove — 



L. M. Curtis 

W L. Britt 

L.M. Curtis 

S. B. Barnes 

S. B. Barnes 



315 
240 
200 
2.S9 
184 



36.5.00 820.00 
15.00| 30.00; 
4.5.00; 21.00, 
15.00 10.00 
2l.9l| 15.00[ 




3140.32 
143. 47 
139.00 
45.00 

71.78 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS. 



WEST CHOWAN— Continued, 



Churches. 



Biickhorn . 
Capehari's. 

Casliie 

Center C-Jrove. 



C vv. Scarborough 

T. T. .Speight 

R. L. Gay' 

L. M. Curtis. 



Chowan '- M. A. Adams. 

CbrLstlan Harbor 

Colei-alne 

Connaritsa 

Creeksville 

Elani 

Galatia 

Oroen'.s X Roads 

Harrellsiviile 
Hebron 



M. L. Green .... 

8. B. Barnes 

T. T Speight 

D. Cale 

J R. Taylor .. 

D. Cale 

W. P. .lordau 

I J. A. Speight 

1 E. J. Ha.ivll 

Hillside | C. E. Edwards 

Holly Grove , W. L. Britt 

Jackson .J. R Tavlor 

Keirord I T. T. Speight .... 

Lawrence's X Roads | 8. B. Barnes 

Lewiston j R. L. Gay 

Margareltsville , .Jesse McCarler 

Mars Hill W. P. Jordan .... .... 

Meherrin , J. A. Speight 

.Mt. Carniel I J. R Tavlor .... 

Mt. Tabor i A. T Howell 

Murfreesboro i A. T. H'»well I 

Oak Grove \V. L. Britt 

Pine Forest i Jesse McCarter 

Polecasi ! 1). Cale 

Plea.sanl Grove E. J. Harrell 

Republican W L. Britt 

Rich Square | E. J. Harrell 

Rjauoke J. R. Tavlor .. 

Roquist I C. E. Edwards 

Robert's Chapel , C. W.Scarborough 

Ross ! T. T. S peiaht 

Sandy Run R L. Gay 

Seaboard | J. R.Taylor 

Siloam B. Leggett 

Severn I Jesse McCarter I 

St. John's D. Cale... L 

Union M. A. Adams ! 

Winlon i J. A. .Speight ' 

Woodland E.J. Harrell .... 



225 
328 
270 
181 
112 
134 
294 
324 
132 
203 
312 
192 
150 
273 

1)7 
KiO 

S9 

91 
239 
189 

47 
413 
388 
211 
282 
114 

17 

59 
350 
275 
404 
193 
101 

71 
325 
7.59 
307 
1.33 

84 
155 
139 

im 

205 
135 



C.2 






.50.00 1.5.00 

40.00 10.00 

11.78 5.00 

32.00 15.00 

10.00 13.80 

1.5.00 .5.07 



35.00 
20 97 
12.00 
8.77 
21., 50 



1.5.00 
22. 00 
5 09 
.5.00 
15.00 
12.00 10.00 
25.00 14.00 
25.00 13.00 
7.00 4.00 
15 00 10.00 
22.00 17.00 
1.5.00 1.5.00 
20.00 0.00 



12.00 
12 00 
.30. 00 
35.00 
0..50 



22.00 

12.00 

25 37 

20.00 

18.80 

35.00 20.00 

40.00 30.00 

9.00 7.00 

10.00 .5.00 

25.00 20.00 

2.5.00 10.00 

28.00 1.5.00 

1.5. tK) 10.00 

10.00 5.00 

0. 00 0. 00 

.50.00 35.00 

3.5.00 12.00 

30.00 30.110 

20 00 11.00 

3.00 3.00 

2.5.00 17.00 

15.00 10.00 

32.00 20.00 

15 00 10 00 

15.00 10.00. 






100.00 
35.00' 
40. SO 
25 00, 
20. 20l 
10 .55: 
40.00 
25. 00 
1.5.00 
23. 03 
22. .50 
15. 00 
22.00 
25.00 

4.00 
17.00 
20.00 
20.00 
15.00 
2.5.001 
15 00 
70. 19 
2.5.00 
13. 00 
40.00 
40. 00 

8.00 
10.00 
25. 00 
2-5.00 
27. 00 
25 00 
1.5.00: 

0.00: 
100. 00 
30.00 
30. 00 
15. 00 

3.00 
30. 00 
20.00 
20.00 
15. 00 
25.00 






s 



< 



25. 001 
5.00: 
8.00; 20.00; 

I 7.00 

38.20 1.5.00 

25.4li 

S..50 10.00 

7.63 I 

I .3.00! 

.5. 00 
5 00; 
2.00' 
5 (M) 
7.00 
2.00. 
8.00 
.5.00 
3.OOI 
4.00 
7.00! 
.5.00: 
5.00 
10. 00: 
6.00; 



4.92 

3.00 

5.00 

'2^00 ^lil 

7.25 

2 00 



10 871 

'"5.60' 
7. 25; 
7.00 

""6'76| 

"11.60 
14.00 
7.00 

".57.6s' 
10.00 



4. 60 
"3.00 '. 



3. 02 . 
"2^00 [ 



190.00 

96.00 

103.56 

82.00 

98 20 

62.03 

100.50 

16:^.85 

37.00 

59.27 

()3.65 

44.00 

73.25 

77.00 

17.00 

01.42 

04.00 

04.00 

02.00 

73.00 

44.00 

191.86 

100.00 

46.90 



Total. 



1,140. 10 704.371, 3 i5.63| 



20. a5 7.00, 


122.05 


35.00 23.2.5 


168.25 


.5.00 3.00, 213 


32. 13 


1 00 5.00 


31.00 


17.91 11.00 


98.91 


30.47 10.00 


112.47 


1 3.89 


73.89 


! 5.001 


- .55. Oil 


1 2.00] 


32.00 


..! 2.00! 


20.00 


2,5 00; . 


210.00 


12.28 5 OOl 


94.28 


.... _..i 10.00! 2.30 


102.30 


2.00 5.00 


.53.00 


2.00 2.IK) 


1.3.00 


7.00, 


64.00 


10 00 3 {)0 


58 00 


! 10.00 


82.00 


3.99 10.00! 


53.99 


. . .1 o.ooj. 


.5(i no 




399.96373.25' 56.37 


4,005.68 



Number of baptisms omitted b\- clerk ; 45-5 reported last year. * Membership 10,496. 
WESTERN NORTH CAROLIN.\. 



Andrews . 


T. F.Deitz 

H.J. Brown 

D.K.Cerly 


5 
10 
3 


48 
63 
01 


5.00 


1.50 


1.00 


5.00 








12 50 


Bethel . 










Belleview 


















Bt-lhesda 


















Fire's (;reek 


W. A.Cassade 

J.T.Piatt 

J. E. Norton 

J. H. Green.. .. . 


""6 
2 


.>3 

.58 
251 
.52 
135 
47 
•>5 
50 
44 
115 
164 
45 
















Hayesville 

Hanging Dog 


.5.00 

.5.01 

. 55 


..30 


5.00 


1.65 
2.45 









11.95 
7 46 


Little Brasstown.. . 


.50 


.35 








1 40 


Marble Spring __ .. . 


CrF-r Martrn^lII""' 
J. M.Brown. 


"'13 












Martin's Creek 

Mt. Pisgah 


'■y.m 

10.00 

5.00 


"""^54 
""l2.5 


^55 
"'""i."26 


-"""1-91 








4 00 


Murphy 

Mt. Pleasant ... 


Baylus Cade •. 

J.H.Green _ 


8 








10.00 
7 51 


Notla 


G.F. Burger 

J. H. Kimsev 
W.B.Matherson - 


14 
19 
2 










Naniahala . 


2.50 


7.00 
.75 


4.95 








12.45 
1.35 


Oak Grove 




.00 









32 



X. C. BAPTIST STATI-: CO>'VEXTIOX. 
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

u 

S3 

a 


S 


1 State 

1 Missions. 


.2 

ci 


Foreign 
Mi.ssions. 


o 
be 

p. 

5 




1 


Sun School 
Missions 




Pine Log . . 


Not represented- — 

J.C. Rurrell — . 

J.T.Piatt 


1 .=sn 








* 


Philadelphia 

Peach Tree - - . 


5 


24 
135 


6.00 
3.95 
.50 
1.00 
2.00 






"""4'i5 








10.15 

3. 95 

..50 

1.20 

2. .50 


Red Marble — 


J. E. Norton. . .. 












Shiloh . - 






25 










Tusquittee. 


J.T.Piatt 

C.F.Martin 


2 


.10 


.10, 










Vallev River _ - 
























Total .. - . 


85 1707 


48.51 


11.97 


13.71! 


15.71 








.s9. 90 

















■ WILMINGTON 


_* 












Atkinson.. _ . ._. . 


J.A.Smith 


70 ' 
130 
7.5 
l.iO 
55 
34 
112 
168 
139 
61 
■» 


SI. 60 
17,35 

1.90 
23.00 

3.50 

1 (K) 
21.00 
35. 00 
30. 75 

3.00 


LOO 
6.50 

"hob 

2.00 
18.00 
3.00 
1.00 
3.. 50 


.47. 
10 00 
1..50 
7.53 

""2^66 ' 

""ls"oo _ 

1.5.00 
.3.00 


85.75 
2.00 
7.50 

r.Tio 

5.00 






$5 60 


82 07 


Barlow's Chapel 

Beiea ._ 


M. C. Walton 

E. J. Edwards 

R.H.Hewlett 

J.D. Hocutt 


" 3 
•> 

-5 

2 


44.10 
6. 10 


Bethlehem 

Bear Branch 

Blackwell's _ _ . . 


5.00 


5.00 

'Too mill 

18.00— .1. 

3.00 

1.00 


54.. 53 

3. .=>0 


Bnrgaw 

BUOOKIjYX .. 


M.C.Walton 

J. A.McKaughan _ 

R.H.Hewlett 

R.H.Hewlett 


S'.\ 


Caneluek 

Ca.swell 

Catherine Lake . . . 


10.00 
.5.00 
1.00 


3.00 
1.00 


<i4.;.i 

11.110 

4 .1(1 


Castle Haynes 














Delgado 




-, j 






Emma's Chanel- . 


J. W. Wheeler 

J.A.Smith 

J.W.Wheeler 

J. A. Smith 

M.C. Wall on 

O.J.Peterson 

R.H.Hewlett 



tT J.Baker-' II.IIII] 


1 



1 

— . 
5 
1 
3 

-4 


56 
117 

27; 

42 
135 
117 

74 
104 

8:j- 

35 


16.50 
2.00 
4.31 
2. 16 
8.06 
7. 85 

14 00 
1.00 

""'.5."00 






16 50 


Haw Bluff 

Jficksonville 

Harmonv .. .... 


" 2^00 
1..57 

"■"2"66 

1.00 
4.60 


2.60 
3.00 
1 50 
17.00 
35.00 
4.00 
2.31 


1.50. 

7.91. 

8,04. 

4.30 

7.77 

.5.00 

6.50 

""2."6o " 




1.00 

.50: 

5.00 

3.00 

1.00.— _. 
1.45 


6.10 
IS. 22 
13. 77 


Lf>ns: Creek 

Masbnboro 


1.10 
4 37 
1.00 


35. 46 

.59.! 19 


Mt Holly-..- 

Olive Branch 

Olivet-. 


1.5.86 
7 00 


Providence. .„ .. 








Riley's Creek 

tialt Marsh _. . 


T.J.Baker ] 

M.C. Walton 


105 

77 
131 
169 


21.25 
2.00 
.5.00' 

40 00 


5.00 
LOO 

"l5"60 


7.00 
LOO 

""22.00 


3.00 
.50 
2.00. 
54.20 


3.00 




1.00 

.50 


40.25 
5.00 


Shiloh 


J. D. Hocutt. - 


7 00 


SOUTHSIDE 

Salem 


W.H.Davis I 


10.00 


5.00 


146.20 


Tar Landing 


J. W. Wheeler 

W. B. Rivenbark — 

J. A Smith 

J. A. Smith 

Fred. D. Hale 


10 23 


4.00 
40.00 
5.00 
2.00 

228. 79 






1.00 
10.00 
,5.60 
4.00 
93.00 






.5.00 


Teachev's 

Wall's Chapel 

WiUard 

WlT.MINGTO'-. 


11 
5 


145 
254 
105 
4.S0 


2, CO 
3.90 
5.15 

28.52 


3.76 

""2."66 

1.51.37 


1.00 

2.98 


3.00 

5.00 

2.00 


.59. 76 

22. 4,S 

15. 15 

.501 lis 










Total 


62 32&5 


5J9.92 


102.54 


298.95 


252.07 


32.45 


66. as 


1301.98 













YADKIN 
















Antioch 


W. H. Beamer 

R. P. Coram 

W. H. Holloman.. 

J. J. Beach 

R P. Coram 


— - 83. 

12 124 
— . 82- 
6 220 
1 54- 












Bean Shoals 


Sl.OO SI. 00 
1.0() 

26.00 12.30 
LOU 

1 


Sl.OO 
2. 00 

30.00 
1.00 


#1.00 
2.00 

19.00 
1.00 






S4 00 


Beart'reek 

Boonville 

Cliaritv 




.50 
9.60 





5. .')() 
96. 9t) 
3.00 


Cranberry . 










Cross Koads - 

E-^.st Bend 


J.J. Beach 

W. H. Bearaer 

T. C. Myers _. 

J. G. Weatherman, 


5 146 

.— 117 


7.01 l.flo' 
5.00 5.00] 
6.66(- 1 


6.00 
5.00( 
2.59 


10.27 
6.00 




3.12 




30.40 
21.00 


Enon-.. .. 


10 
12 


145 
185 . 
130 

52. 

41 

80 


3.52 








12.77 


Flat Rock 














P'orbush . 


3.65 

"'l".50 
.50 


2.60 
2.00. 

""hb 


2.62 

""2.'28 
.50 


9.97 
2.00 
3.00 
1.00 








18. 84 


Friendship 

Huntsville 


W. H. Vaniioy. 

J. J. Beach 


6 




LOO 
1.00 




11. .52 

7. 7S 


Island Kord 


R P Coram 


6 


2.50. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



33 





YADKIN- 


Continued. 














Churches. 
Mt Pleasant 


Pastors. 


a 

a 
05 


d 

2 

01 

£ 

01 


a 




m 

a 

c 

0)'w 

eg 

K 


a 
C.2 

Is 


Sao 

a 

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a, 

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11 

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1" 


05 

< 


II 


J 

H 






23 

48 
129 

72 








1 


New Hope 

Dak Grove 

KiohmondHill 


E. A. Caudle 

W. V. Brown 

J. T. Kirk 


24 
9 
5 







1.28 
5.00 
5.66 


2 22 


-j 




3.50 








1 




5.00 


.50 












6.16 














Shady Grove 


W IJ. Vanhoy 

T. C. Myers 

R. P. Coram 

T. C. Myers 


14 

5 
6 
5 


127 

207 
103 
38 
(V2 
37 

2330 


f.OO 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 


1.00 


1.00 
2.50 










3.00 


3.60 
2.00 
3.25 






8.10 








3 00 


West Bend 

White Plains 




I 50 






6.25 








Yadkinville 

! Totals -. 


J.J. Beach 







4.25 
74.08 






4.25 


126 


59.11 


30.40 


69. 93 










15.22J 


248.74 



YANCEY. 



Ayer's Creek i S. 

Bald Creek j J 

Blue Rock J. 

Bolin'sCre°k , B. 



Brown's Creek 

BiuDSVille 

Byrd's Chapel 

Cane River 

Jofiee Bridge 

Con<-ord 

Drabtree 

Double Island 

Elk's Shoal 

Higgin's Chapel... 

Indian Creek 

lack's Creek 

Jesse's Grove 

LHurel Branch 

Mine Fork 

Mt. Mitchell 

Mt. Pleasant 

Peterson's Chapel. 

Pleasant Grove 

South Toe 

Voung's Chapel 

Zion 



Tota/. 



D.Tipton 

U.King 

C. Thomas 

B. Riddle 

B. Riddle 

L. Stringfle:d.. 
Miller. 

C. King 

D. King 

F. Sams 

B. Riddle 

A Gooch 

B. Riddle 

D. KiUi; 

C.Cole 

F.Sams 



B. B. Riddle. 



J. Way caster. 

C.King 

F Hams 

(.;. Thoinas 

B Riddle 



J. F. Sams. 



24 



82!. 
305'. 

60, 

51 

78 
169 
142 
284 
132 

.54 
185 

95 
197 

63 

42 
101 



3.04 



$1.00 



198 



30.00| 1.00 



6.70. 



.70, 



5.00 



56. 
98 
35. 
Ill 
51 



11.07 



1.60 
15.00 



3.65 



6 65 



5. 00 8. 45 



3 OO! 2.00. 



ISO 



1.55 

2."0O"'2rOOr"'2.OO 



223 2819 .54.60 21.501 38.42 



$1.80. 
4.6l!. 



2.05. 
2. 05 . 



1.00 
11.51 



81.00 

2.87 

7.65 

.96 

5.85 

48.05 



10.35 
"TlO 



16.05 



5.00 



1.55 
'I'ob' 



126.03 



X. c. BAPTIST statp: coxvextiox. 



SUMMARY OF ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS. 



Associations. 



Alexander 20 11 

AUeghanv-Grayson , 12 3 

Ashe 27 12 

Atlantic 21 8 

Beulah 12 3 

Bladen 22 12 

Brier Creek 28 17 

Brunswick 22 9 

Brushy Mountain 21 11 

Buncombe .- 25 '.4 

Caldwell 2o 17 

Cape Fear-Columbus 3o 14 

Carolina 2(j 19 

•Catawba River 2.3 14 

Cedar Creek 20 12 

Central HO 20 

Ohowan -'^ 18 

Eastern -^2 14 

Eikin 10 8 

,Vlal River 33 19 

French Broad -^ 11 

iGrreen River 40 22 

Haywood -2 9 

Johnston 34 10 

King's Mountain 3(ij 20 

Liberty 26i 9, 

Liberty-Ducktown li 16 

Little River 23| 10 

Macon- 2^} 10 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus- 19 10 

Mitchell 'fl 14 

Montgomery 8 9; 

Mount Zion f5, 19 

Neuse 2«! JO 

New Found 2(> 13 

Pee Dee 20' 13 

Piedmont 22; 1| 

Pilot Mountain olj 24 

Raleigh -^2 20 

Robeson 4() _l 

Sandy Creek 40. 16 

Sandy Run 29 l.j 

South Fork 46 18 

South River 28| 14 

South Yadkin 3o lo 

Stanly 2.5 9 

Stone Mountain 17 9 

Stony F(jrk 16 10 

Surry - -- 24 12 

Tar River -- "l; — - 

Tennessee River .— 31i 21 

Three Forks- 33j 14 

Transylvania 2.5, — . 

Tuckaseigee 24 12i 

Union - — %' 17' 

West Chowan 49 IS 

Western N. C 23: 13 

Wilmington :« 12 

Yadkin 2.5 10 

Yancey -- 26| 11; 

Totals 1741 7871 



134 


2698 


o 


466 


.54 


1573 


•J.5 


1348 


33 


8:« 


/•J . 


1623 


109 


3094 


78 


1594 


74 


1878 


1.59 


3243 


117 


2161 


106 


3203 


227 


3136 


12.5 


2016 


86 


2117 


221 


,3975 


:i5.5 


8829 


148 


3168 


37 


947 


433 


4678 


200 


2612 


lti3 


4440 


87, 


20.55 


2til 


2.590 


265 


6738 


117 


2481 


1.59 


1893 


190 


2.588 


122 


2300 


137 


2507 


175 


2718 


103 


1384 


306 


6:^11 


99 


1626 


138, 


1779 


104' 


24.57 


114 


2096 


312 


4831 


2:W 


4091 


.3.58 


4913 


1811 


3723 


23;{ 


4836 


29!) 


4.588 


122 


2938 


254 


;«oi 


216 


2467 


97 


919 


23 


1071 


92 


1421 


741 


9521 


1.59 


2750 


105 


3010 


63, 


139(> 


76 


1762 


224 


38)5 


4.55 


1049(J 


85 


1707 


62 


3285 


126 


2a30 


223 


2819: 




$127.1?! 

25.8? 

159. re 

1171. 7< 

72S.3J 

566. Of j 

.57.651 

206.6(1 

542 8(i 

34.38. a 

247.*! 

73.5.3;; 

223.4) 

782. 1 1 

824. l:: 

45N2 5 

30.!ti I 

injT. 1 



5.54.01 
49. 46 

311.04 
38.75 

897. 27 1 

435. 46 

251.95 
47.87; 

332 05 

23.071 

1213.85 

.38.55' 

91.24| 

1245. Uj 

657. 75, 



441.92 

41.25 

240. 49 

145. 87 

236. 70 

264. 40 

148. 07 

19.05 

.59. 78 

24. 25 

708. 45 

46.75 

51.41 

1060.98 

387.20 



917. 67 

75. 60, 
4.58. 15 

92. 85 
402. 80 
429. 84 
315.98 

22.35, 
125. 97 

36.06 
712,83 
149,77, 

64. 63 
1411.14 
691.68 



611.91 
163. .50. 
299. .57 1 . 
166. 18! 
338.01; 
.327. 10; 
533.99, 
3.03; 
203.97 

57. .33. 
461.27; 

13.30'. 
109. 97, 
1794.08, 
698.63 



222. 44 



17. 72 . 

97.90 

93.33 

86.77 

18. 00 . 

24.69 



155. 57 19. .50 



26. 85 
26,5.85 
112. .50 



128.13 33.671 2908. 7.j 
4.50 5.00; .329.41 

I 1321.11 

: 461. S' 

91.. 50 15.01, 2079.1 
81.19 7.95 16.37.2! 

53.25 1390.0; 

110.3; 

23.85 809.41 
2.00i 142. 7 i 

25.00 3296,4 
248.3 

12.001 37.5.7 
251.. 54 133.281 6161.9 

68.75 71.61; 2588.1! 



38.89 



19. .571 




85. 97 

2.573.57 

.58 82 

13.49 

16.42 

32. 32 

182.55 

1146.10 

48. 51 

549. 92 

59.11 

51.60 



5.30 

14.82 

6 38 

207. .57 

701.37 

11.97 

102.54 

30. 40 

21.. 50, 



9801 17412522250.9011489.8921.54.5.62 18714.74 .^507.69 



SUNDAY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



35 



SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 



Associations. 



aao' 

a. &t 

es O 



Alexander 

Alleghany-Grayson 

Ashe 

Atlantic 

Beulah 

Bladen 

Brier Creek 

Brushy Mountain 

Buncombe 

Brunswick 

Caldwell 

C ipe Kear-Coiumbus ._. 

Carolina 

Catawba River 

Cedar Creek 

Central 

Chowan 

Eastern 

Elkin 

flat River 

Frencli Broad 

Green River 

Haywood 

Johnston 

King's Mountain 

Liberty 

Libertv-Ducktown 

Little River 

Macon 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus — 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Mount Zion 

Neuse 

New Found 

Pee Dee 

Piedmont 

Pilot Mountain 

Raleigh 

Robeson 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Run 

South Fork 

South River 

South Yadkin 

Stanly 

Stone Mountain 

SLon J' Fork 

Surry 

Tar River 

Tennessee River 

Three Forks 

Transylvania 

Tuckaseigee 

Union 

West Chowan 

Western North Carolina 

Wilmington 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



Total. 



6i G 

12, 15 

12, 12 

10 2 

10 12 

14| 16 

17| 4 



15 


7 


) 22 


S 


) 24 


11 


) 27 




) 25 


j 


) 16 


4 

9 



40; 10 

24 8 



341 1 

13' 10 

29; 11 

15| 7 

26: 8, 

36; 2 

18i 8 

15 8 

20 3 
25'... 
17 
16 
11 

35 10: 

20 10 

15 llj 

24 2l 

19, 21 

40 11 



31 

46 1 

35' 5 

29 2 

38 lOi 



6 



17; 14 
16, 9 

24 

91 ' 84 



31 


25 


6 


:« 


27 


t; 


25 


16 


9 


24 


20 


4 


35 


34 


3 


49 


48 


1 


23 


21 


6 


34 


27 


7 


25 


19 


fi 


26 


18j 8 


1,741 


1,290 343 



^,S 



■J. 



2. 698 , 

466 
1,573 
1,3481 

833! 
1,623 
3,094 
1,878 
3,243 
1,.591 
2,161 
3,2031 
3,136 
2,046 
2,117 
3,975 
8, 829 
3, 168 

947! 
4, b78 ' 
2,612 
4.440 
2,0.55 
2,590: 
6,738 
2, 481 
1,893 
2,588 
2,300 
2. 507 
2,718 
1,384 
6,311; 
1,626 1 
1,7-9. 
2, 457 
2,096, 
4.8311 
4,0911 
4,91.3 

4^8.361 
4,588 
2,938! 
3,3011 
2,467; 
919 
1,071 
1.4211 
9,521 
2.750 
3,010 
1,396 1 
1,762 
3,815; 
10,496' 
1,655 
3,285 
2,330 
2,819 



814 

150 

516 

1,004 

459 

578 

1,336 

1,284 

2,421 

991 

1.360 

1,366 

1,374 

1.551 

1,399 

:',, 195 

6, 036 

1,4.37 



o 



300 



03 ;CQ 






1^1 



1,285 
1,841 

579 
2, 427 
3,592 
2,028 

727 
1,578 
1.558 
2,741 
1,529 

562 
4,700 
1,359 



1,695 

1.442 

3,740 

3.629 

3.687 

2,088 

2,574 

3,076 

1,939 

2, .369 

900 

898 

520 



5. 166 
1,026 
1,708 
1,167 

893 
2, 176 
4,595 
1,163 
1,743 
1,542 

669 



25 
36 

106 ; 

62 
671 
98; 
99 
204' 






IIL. 10 
92i 5 19 



110 

126 
168 
152, 
100 

277; 
641 
132 



15 



116 .. 20 
124110 37 



240 
102. 

208, 
811 

187 1 

284 

147; 
60, 

137! 

138; 

187; 
106! 
66; 
346 
149 



2, 34 



«3.00 
3,75 



9.00 



58.00 



1.94 
24.31 
25.05 

3.40 



33 67 
5.00 



156; 2; 18 15.01 

138 2, 25! 7.95 

90 1 16| 

I.'""CIl i6'"23r85 

60 2' lO; 2.00 

55; 2 17; 25.00 



42.. 5' 12.00 
189|.. 27 133.28 
35! 2 17 71.61 



156; 
114| 
;«7i 

256 1 
299' 
219 
213 
295 
130 
241 
148 
30 
60 



J 5 28 
50, 1 181 5.00 



125 _. 

210 ll 



541 
90 

148 
95 
89 

208 

501 



25 72.98 
46 30.15 

i 17 15.85 

. 2: 18 

134 i; 26 17.55 

-— % 7| 

20' 

10 

.- 11.00 
1.00 



151. 
15. 



... 1 

23 ll 



124 2. 



174,125 104,534] 9,381 2,25l!43 579 615.33 



30. 



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DIKEC'TOKV S. >['TIIEKX IIAI'TIST CONVENTION*, ETC. 39 



DIRECTORY OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 
Organized May 8, 1845. 



Officers for Session of i9(?5— President, E. W. Stephens, Columbia, 
Mo.; Secretaries, Lansing Burrows, Nashville, Tenn., and 0. P. Greg- 
ory, Montgomery, Ala. 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Ta. — President, J. B. Hutson; 
Corresponding Secretary, R. J. Willingham. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta. Ga. — President, W. W. Landrum; 
Corresponding Secretary, B. D. Gray. 

Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. — President, E. E. Folk; 
Corresponding Secretary, J. M. Frost. 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ey. — Presi- 
dent, E. Y. Mullins; Treasurer Student's Aid Fund, B. Pressly 
Smith. 

Woman's Missionary Union (organized May 14, 1888), auxiliary to 
the Convention. Headquarters at Baltimore. Miss Annie W. Arm- 
strong, Corresponding Secretary. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be held in Chattanooga 
May 11, 1906. 



NORTH CAROLINA MISSIONARIES OF THE FOREIGN MISSION 
BOARD OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



as'Correspondents of missionaries should note that postage 
(always to be prepaid in full) on letters to all foreign fields is 
five cents, except to Mexico, which is two cents. 

Britton, T. C, Soo Chow, China. 

Britton, Mrs. T. C, Soo Chow, China. 

Bryan, R. T., Shanghai, China. 

Bryan, Mrs. R. T., Shanghai, China. 

Crocker, W. E., Chinkiang, China. 

Greene, George W., Canton, China. 

Greene, Mrs. George W., Canton, China. 

Newton, W. C, Teng Chow, China. 

Owen, J, C, Pingtu, China. 

Price, Miss Lottie W., Shanghai, China. 

Tatum, E. F., Shanghai, China. 



40 X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOX. 



NORTH CAROLINA STUDENTS NOW ATTENDING THE SOUTH- 
ERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, LOUISVILLE, KY. 



The home address of each is given. Those who are not to return 
to the Seminary after this year, and so will be available for perma- 
nent pastoral work, are indicated thus *. 
*Canaday, A. B.*, Lyons 
*Greaves, C. L., Eminence, Ky. 
*Harris, Ernest M., Norwood. 

Harris, M. L., Fayetteville. 
*Heilig, J. A., Salisbury. 

Henderson, J. K., Quebec. 

Holloway, L. M., Sparta. "^ 

Lanneau, Miss Sophie, Wake Forest. 
*Maddry, Chas. E., Hillsboro. 

Oldham, S. W., Elm City. 
*Powell, W. F., Fruitland. 

Powell, W. v., Ashevllle. 
♦Rickman, C. C, Leatherman. 
♦Rickman, W. R., Leatherman. 

Walker, R. P., Morehead City. 



7.IST OF ORDAINED MINISTERS. 



41 



LIST OF 
ORDAINED MINISTERS. 



I^iislors marked thus*. 



Abernathy, R. B., Hildebrand. 

Abcrnathy, J. W., Matthews. 
*Adams. Gr. W., Fair Plains. 
*Adams, J. Q., Charlotte. 
*Adams, M. A., Union. 

Adams. N. M., Venablf^. 
*^dams, J. J., Blanch?. 

Adderton, W. S., Denton. 
*Albritton, Jno. T., Calypso. 

Alderman, J. O., Durham. 
*Alderman, J. M., Delway. 
*Allison, E., Brevard. 

Aman. D. F., Marines. 
*Ammons, J. A., Needmore. 
*Aaimons, John, Mars Hill. 

Anderson, J. W.. Asheville. 
*Andrews, F. C, Swansboro. 

Annas. J. R. J., Saw Mills. 

Arnette. H. B., Crossmore. 
*Arnette, J. M., Albemarle. 
*Arrington, T. P., Waynesville. 
*Arrington, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

Arrowood, A. W., Mars Hills. 
*Askew, J. F., Greenville. 
*Atkinson, J Raleigh. 

Austin, D. M., Charlotte. 

Austin. J. H., Rockingham. 

Austin. M. D., ¥/ake Forest. 
*Ayers, Vv''. A., New Bern. 

*BaiIey, L. J.. Walnut Run. 
*Baker. T. J., Parkton. 
*Baker, A. C, Monroe. 

Jiulfiwin, M., Huntsville. 

Baldwin. J. R., Silas Creek. 
*Ballard, W. S., Clarkton. 
*Bailard, J. M., Mooresville. 
*Bangle, L. A.. Lincolnton. 
*Bangle. P. W., Lincolnton. 

Barker, A. N., Grade. 

Barker, H. M., Peachtree. 
♦Barker, J. M.. Lomax. 
*Parker, W. F., Bud. 
*Barnes, S. D., Branning. 
*Barnes, K., Barnesville. 
*Barnes. W. W., Freemont. 
*Barrett, W. C, Durham. 

Barr, J. S., Pinckton. 



*Bateman. R. J., Raleigh. 
*Battle, H. W., Greensboro. 
•Beach, J. J., Boonville. 
*Beach, W. R., Elkin. 
*Beam, J. A., Leaksville. 
*Beamer, W. H., Pine Ridge. • 
*Beaver, C. E., Abernethy. 
*Beaver, J. T., Burnsville. 
*Beck, A. L., Oconalufty. 
*Beck, A. W., Penrose. 

Beeker, S. J., Croz. Th. Sem. 
*Bell, J. W., Clinton. 
*Benfield, .J. G., Dogwood. 
='^Bennett, S. W., Wake Forest. 
*Bennett, J. L., Marshville. 
*Bennett, J. M., Churchland. 

Bennett, R. J., New Hill. 

Bentley, J. M., Nat. 

Betts, Alvin, Raleigh. 
=*Betts, A. L., Winston-Salem. 
*Betts, S. J., Raleigh. 
*Bilbro. W. L., Kinston. 
*Bivens, J. A., Monroe. 

Blackburn, S., Bud. 
*Black, C. J., Big Lick. 

Blackwell. J. W., Unaka. 

Blalock, J. C, Ledger. 
*Blalock. T. L., Ching Kiang, 

China. 
*Blalock, J. G., Whiteville. 
*Blanchard, C. W., Clayton. 

Bland, Wm., Hawley's Store. 

Blankenship, J. A., Price's Cr, 

Blanton, J. C. Fancy. 
*Blevins, E., Whitehead. 

Blevins, C, Kipling, Va. 
*Blevins, N. M., Green Cove, Va. 

Blevins, S., Dehart. 

Bogert, C. P., Edenton. 

Boone, J. B., Hendersonville. 

Boone, J. R., Estatoe. 
*Booth, J. N., Hertford. 
*Booth, J. H., Snow Hill. 
*Bostick, W. M., Troy. 

Bostick, G. P., Shanghai, China. 

Bostick.W.D. Shanghai. China. 

Boyd, J. P., Polkton. 
*Bradley, J. A., Ream's Creek. 



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X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOX. 



♦Bradley, W. T., Morgan Hill. 
♦Bradley, W. L., Etna. 
*Bradsliaw, W. R., Reidsville. 
♦Bridges, S. A., Caroleen. 
♦Bridges, B. M., Gastonia. 
♦Bridges, D. P., Lincolnton. 
♦Bridges, J. M., Newell. 
♦Bridges, J. B., Jugtown. 

Briggs, H. W., Bald Creek. 

Briggs, J. W., Mars Hill. 

Briggs, T. P., Grape Vine. 

Briggs, W. K., Briggsville. 

Bright, A., Spring Creek. 
♦Brendel, J. A., Democrat. 
♦Brisson, W. L., Dublin. 

Brissom, W. M., Guyton. 
♦Bfistow, S. F., Coleraine. 

Britt, D. C, Rutlierfordton. 
♦Britt, W. L., Aulander. 
♦Britt, P. T., Lumbertou. 

Brock, S. R., Marshville. 
♦Brooks, E. M., Albemarle. 
♦Brooks, C. v., Apex. 
=^Brookshire. J. L., Flat Rock. 
tBrown, A. E. Aslieville. 
♦Brown, Asa, Riverside. 
♦Brown, T. L., Delway. 

Brown, T. K., Black Mountain. 
♦Brown, J. W., Trap Hill. 
♦Brown, H. A., Winston-Salem. 

Brown, S. D., Hamptonville. 
♦Brown, W. V., Cochrum. 

Brunt, Wm., Whiteoak. 
♦Bryant, H. G.. Olive Branch. 

Bryant, L., Cypress. 
♦Buchanan, E., Ector. 
♦Buchanan, C. S., Dillsboro. 

Buchanan, H. B., Glen Ayre. 

Buchanan, W. G., Elk Park. 

Buff, P. F., Shoup's Ford. 
♦Bullock, C. P., Clarendon. 
♦Bumgardner, A. P., Caesar. 
♦Bumgarner, W. J., Swanner. 
♦Bumgarner, G. Z., Wahoo. 
♦Burns, A. F., Wahoo. 
♦Burcham, G. M., Elkin. 

Burchett. J. W., Laurel Springs. 
♦Burger, G. F., Cobbs. 

Burleson, A. M., Wake Forest. 

Burrell. L. C, Hayesville. 
♦Byrd, R. L., Tolarsville. 

♦Cade, Baylus, Murphy. 
♦Caines, S. J., Dairy. S. C. 

Caines, J. T., Shallotte. 

Caines. J. W., Shallote. 
♦Caines, W. R.. Chadbourn. 
tSec'y M'l'ii Work. Home H'laiTl. 



♦Caldwell, M. R. N., Canton. 
♦Cale, D., Potecasi. 

Callahan, N. A., Shallotte. 

Calhoun, C. T., Medlin. 

Ca'houn, T. J., Medlin. 

Calloway, J. N., Jefferson. 
♦Cameron, E. D., Rockingham. 
*Campbell, J. A., Buie's Creek. 
♦Campbell, Neal, Thaxton. 
♦Campbell, W. P., Seven Springs. 
♦Cannon, W. M., Whaley. 
♦Carror, R. D., Williamston. 

Carroll, S. T., Virgil. 
='Carrick, Thomas, High Point. 
♦Carlton, W. F., Wilbar. 
♦Carson, J. T., Willetts. 

Carswell, S., Burningtown. 

Carter, I. M., Bernice. 

Carter, Henry, Garland. 

Carter, A. D., Garland. 
♦Cashwell, C. S., Mockdville. 

Cashwell, J., Bladenboro. 
♦Cashwell, R. N., Parkton. 

Cassiday, W. A., Governor Isl. 
♦Caudle, A. B., Wadesboro. 
♦Caudle, T. A., Algood. 

Chambers. S. A., Waynesville. 
♦Chaplin, S., Columbia. 
♦Champion, R. C, Collinsville. 

Chapman, H. R., Wake Forest. 
♦Chappell, L. X., Hamlet. 

Cheek, F. B., W^hitehead. 

Childers, W. R., Taylorsville. 
♦Church, G. H., Lenoir. 
♦Church, W. N., Summit. 

Clark, D. J., Clarkton. 

Clark, M. L., Hartland. 
♦Clubb, C. C, Alexander. 

Clenny, L. C, Silver. 
♦Cleveland, W. G.. Biltmore. 
♦Cobb, J. W., Lumber Bridge. 

Coley, W. J., Northside. 
♦Collie, D. S., Bryson City. 

Collier, R. D., Godwin. 

Colly, J. D., New Found. 

Comer, W. T., Windy Gap. 
tConrad, S. F., Charlotte. 

Conway, W. W., Baton. 

Cook, Floyd, Cowarts. 

Cook, H. B., Medlin. 

Cook, J. H., Lark. 
♦Cook, R. L., Addie. 
♦Cook, W. N., Globe. 

Cook. W. F., Rich Mountain. 
♦Cole, C. D., Grantville. 

♦Cope. C. M., Cooleemee. 

Copeland, J. E., Buck Spring. 
tOn HtafTof A^ C. Rapti.il. 



T.TST OK ORL>AI^TED MINISTKKS. 



43 



*Coppedge, G. W., Wakefield. 

Corn, N. W., Lead. 

Corn, N. P. N., Outlook. 
*Coram, R. P., Boonville. 
*Cordell, J. C, Beech. 
*Cotliren, Grant, Trap Hill. 
*Craig, B., Rocky Mount. 
*Cree, A., Embro. 
*Creecli, Woriey, Kenly. 
*Crews, R-. W., Germanton. 

Crisp, John, Norris. 

Crisp, J. P., Lenoir. 

Crisp, S. M., Welch. 
*Crisp, E. D., Lenoir. 

Crisp, R. H., Dorsey. 
*Crisp, T. J., Conetoe. 

Croom, H. M., Teck. 
*CroES, R. D., Morehead City. 

Crow, Joseph, Sodom. 
*Crudup, Josiah, Elizabeth City, 
*Crutchfield, T. S., Roanoke Rap- 
ids. 

Cullom, J. R., Wake Forest. 
*Cullom, W. R., Wake Foresi. 
*Cunninghani, H. A., Swain. 
*Currant, J. M., Buck Shoal. 
*Curtis, L. M., Ahoskie. 
*Davenport, J. E. M., Spray. 
*Davis, M. P., Coleraine. 
*Davis, W. H., Wilmington. 
*Davis, A. C, Olive Branch. 
*Davis, A. W., Deets. 
*Davis, J. F., Charlotte. 

Davis, P. S. C, Elizabeth City. 
*Davis, R. Lee, Hiddenite. 
♦Davis, T. B., Newton. 

Davis, D. C, >o0ve Creek. 
*Davis, W. R., Locust. 

Dehart, T. S., Etna. 

Dennis, J. D., Bradley's Store. 

Denton, J. R., Dysartsville. 
*Devenny, J. V., Lawndale. 

Devin, R. I., Oxford. 
♦Deweese, E. A., Murphy. 

Deweese, L., Outlook. 

Dietz, J. S., Pearson. 
*Dietz, T. P., Bryson City. 
*Dills, M. S., Warne. 
*Dixon, L. R., Goidston. 

Dixon, T., Fallston. 
*Dobson, J. H., Atkinson. 
*Douglass, J. J., New Bern. 
*Dowell, G. J., Carthage. 
Dowell, J., Jennings. 
Downing, J. vv., Downingsville, 
♦Downey, J. W., East Durham. 

Dudley, H. L., Asheville. 



*Duke, G. M., Mapleville. 
*Duncan, J. W., Ledger. 

Duncan, H. J., Clinton. 
*Dunn, Ben., Wise. 

Dunn, W. C, Balsam Grove. 
*Dunaway, A. B., Oxford. 
*Dunaway, J. M., Spencer. 

Dunnigan, W. E., Durham. 
*Durham, C. H., Lumberton. 
*Early, B. G., Smithfield. 

Ebeltoft, T. W., Shelby. 
*Edmundson, Joiau T., Raleigh. 

Edwards, A. A., Winnabow. 

Edwards, A. C, Leicester. 
*Edwards, D. D., Cary. 
*Edwards, C. E., Windso:. 

Edwards, J. E., Dell. 

Edwards, E. J., Wilmington. 

Edwards, J. R., Needmore. 
*Edwards, O. T., Ore Hill. 
*Edwards, W. H., Wake Forest. 

Ellen, M. H., East Durham. 
*Eller, J. F., Stony Fork. 

Eller, G. W., Jefferson. 
*Bller, A. J., Wilbar. 
*Eller, W. H., Greensboro. 

Ellington, E. P., Reidsville. 
■ i'.lliott, Josiah, Hertford. 

Elliott, M. C, Rocky Pass. 
*Ervin, C. M., Mountain Island. 
*Eudy, G. L., Effird's Mills. 

Evans, W. J., Flats. 
tFarmer, J. S., Raleigh. 
*Farthing, C. S., Hattie. 
*Farthing, J. H., Hattie. 

Fender, A., Laurelton. 
*Ferrebee, J. B., Elizabeth City. 

Ferrell, B. S., Waxhaw. 

Fiddler, F. L., High Point. 
*Fields, C. F., Elkin. 

Fisher, Dave, Panther Creek. 
♦Fisher, J. G., Cotton. 

Flanders, W. N., Charlotte. 

Fleetwood, J. C, Marg'ettsville. 
♦Fleming, J. M., Lumberton. 
♦Fletcher, J. F., Jefferson. 
♦Fontaine, P. H., Bethel Hill. 

Ford, D. B., Alto. 

Ford, T. N., Otto. 

Forester. J. A.. N. Wilkesboro. 

Foster, J. A., Glass. 

Fowler. C. L., Greenville, S. C. 

Fox, E. L., . 

♦Fox, S. L., Hagaman. 

Franklin, J. K., Devotion. 
♦Freeman, A. J., Bladenboro. 

Freeman, P. M., Bostic. 

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K. C. BAPTIST STATE COKVENTION. 



*Freeman, H. R., Fairview. 

Freeman, J. M., Logan's Store. 
♦Freeman, T. N., Bryson City. 

Frisbie, T. J., Spring Creek. 
*Fry, \V. F., Goldsboro. 

Fulford, W. J. 

Ferguson, P. F., Lambsville. 

Fuqua, S. W., Eagle Springs. 

Galloway, J. E., Galloway. 

Gaskins, N. L., Olympia. 
*Gay, R. L., Windsor. 
*Gentry, S. E., State Road. 
*Gibbs, N. H., Benson. 
♦Gilbert, R. M., Roosevelt. 

Gillespie. J. C Bessemer City. 

Gilliam, E. R., Drew. 
*Glenn, W. H., Grigsby. 
*Glidewell. C. W.. Mayodan. 
*Goforth, M. A., Little Pine Or. 

Goforth, S. S., Lovelace. 
*Goode, J. M.. Mooresboro. 

Gooden, A. H., McCurdy. 
*Gordan, J. H., Averelle^ Va. 

Gonell, G. W., Owenby. 

Gouge, J. A., Dobag. 

Gough, D. A., Bandana. 

Gourley, Robert. Winston. 
*Gower, C. E., Clayton. 
*Gragg, E. M., Grandfather. 
♦Grab am, H. W.. Swann Station. 
♦Graves. C. D., Wadesboro. 
♦Gray, J. J., Bowman's Bluff. 

Gray. W. F.. Buck Shoal. 
♦Green, David, Whaley. 
♦Green, B. P., Mooresboro. 

Green, J. B., Forest City. 
♦Green, J. R., Wake Forest. 

Green, R. G., Statesville. 

Green, Solomon, Virgil. 

Greene, Edmund, Norris. 
♦Greene, L. H., Bakersville. 

Greene, D. A., Cranberry. 
♦Greene, M. L., Ahoskie. 
♦Greene, S. M., Clarissa. 

Greene, J. A., Wake Forest. 

Griffin, J. Z., Baton. 

Griffin, J. W., Stanly. 
♦Grindstaff, L, Bakersville. 

Grizzard, R. W., Wallace. 
♦Gulledge, J. G., Lane's Creek. 
♦Gwaltney. J. P., Hiddenite, R. 
F. D., No. 1. 

Gwaltney, H. H., Vernon. 
♦Gwaltney, J. S., Cora. 
♦Gwaltney. L. P., Hiddenite, R. 

F. D., No. 1. 
♦Gwaltney, W. R., Hickory. 



Gwyn, E. N., Gwyn. 
♦Hackney, J. D., Franklinville. 
♦Hackney, J. A., Greensboro. 
*Hagaman, J. P., Boone. 
Hagaman, J. G., Sweetwater. 
*Hagwood, J. S., Raleigh. 
♦Haithcock, U. -b., Albemarle. 
♦Haire, P. H., Fleetwood. 
♦Hale, Fred. D., Wilmington. 
♦Hall, H. L., Benson. 
♦Hall, J. J., Fayetteville. 
♦Hall, L. P., Western. 
Hall, William, Cattaloochee. 
♦Hall, W. G., Davis. 
Hall, W. F., Idaho. 
♦Hall, S. W., Penrose. 
♦Ham, J. W., Raleigh. 
♦Hambv, A. C. Hillsboro, R. 

F. D., No. 3. 
Hamby, J. H., Champion. 
Hamilton, L. C., Bowmans Bluff. 
Hamilton, R. F., Pump. 
♦Hampton, N. S., Bamboo. 
♦Hamrick, B. M., Rutherfordton. 
♦Hamrick, W. C, Almond. 
Hamrick, F. C, Pump. 
♦Hamrick. J. M., Henrietta. 
Haney, J. L., Old Fort. 
Harget, B. F., Kingwood. 
Hare, H., Gap Creek. 
Harman, A. J., Harman. 
Harman, D. C, Sugar Grove. 
♦Harmon, G. W., Slier City. 
Harman, J. M., Sugar Grove. 
♦Harrell. E. J., Woodland. 
Harrell, W. B., Dunn. 
Harrelson, H., Gaddysville. 
♦Harre'ison, J.. Clarendon. 
♦Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboro. 
♦Harrill, H. D., Forest City. 
♦Harrill, G. P., Thomasville. 
♦Harris, B. B., Dysartville. 
Harris, D. J.. Yanceyville. 
♦Harris, E. R., Durham. 
♦Harris. T. C, Island Ford. 
♦Harris, L. W., Eldorado. 
♦Harris, J. M., Dogwood. 

Harris, Wm.. Kapp's Mills. 
♦Hart, A. .T., Green Cove, Va. 
Hart, J. R., Eye. 
Hartley. D. C Minneapolis. 
Hartsell, J. W., Morven. 
Hartsell, P. G., Big Lick. 
Harvey. M. A., Old Fort. 
Hawkins, R. N., Sharon. 
♦Haymore. C. C. Mt. Airy. 
♦Haymore. R. D.. Mt. Airy. 
Haynes, W., Grace. 



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45 



♦Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
*Haynes, W. L., Manito. 

Hayes, W. L., Sanford. 

Heatherly, J. R., Saluda. 
*Hedgepetli, I. P., Lumberton. 
*Hedgepetb* R. A.. Barnesvllle. 

Hegler, D. I., Eupeptic Springs. 

Hefner, S. D., Hudson. 

Helms. D. F., Charlotte. 
♦Henderson, G. J., Sussex. 

Henderson, J. K., Dawson. 
♦Henderson, G. W., Blaine. 

Hendren, J. H., Vashti. 
*Henley, J. M., Summerfield. 

Hensley, S. B., Burnsville. 

Hensley, T. A., Burnsville. 

Hembree, M. A., Murphy. 

Herring, D. W., Ching Kiang, 
China. 
♦Herring, R. H., Concord. 

Hester, R. C, Dublin. 

Hester, S., Bladenboro. 
♦Hewitt, D. L., Shallotte. 
♦Hewlett, R. H., Asheville. 

Hice, L. H., Baton. 
♦Hilburn, D. H., Bladenboro. 

Hilburn, L. W., Freeman. 
♦Hilburn, Rufus M., Bladenboro. 

Hildebrard. I. M.. Nashville. 
♦Hilliard, J. M., High Point. 
♦Hipps, R. H., Spring Creek. 
♦Hobbs, L. M., Lilesville. 
♦Hocutt, J. C, Chapel Hill. 
♦Hocutt, J. D., Ashton. 
♦Hocutt, J. E., Hildebran. 

Hodge, o. F., Pool. 
♦Hogan, N. R., Brasstown. 

Hogue, G. F., Boonville. 
♦Hogue, H. J., Welch. 
♦Hogsed, W. D., Murphy. 
♦Hoke, B. L., Asheville. 
Holland, G. W., Winston. 
Hollar, I., Eupeptic Springs. 
♦Holleman, J. M., Apex. 
♦Holloman, W. A., Jonesville. 
Hollifield, A. P., Bostic. 
♦Holmes, G. W., Epsom. 
♦Holsclaw. T. C, Clothe. 
♦Holt, E., Bluff. 
Honeycutt, D., Clingman. 
♦Honeycutt, G. A., Albemarle. 
♦Honeycutt, R., Blake. 
Honeycutt, W. H., Albemarle. 
♦Hood, T. J., Goldsboro. 
Hooker, R. D., Henrietta. 
♦Hooker, W. H., Alexander. 
Hooper, G. W., Robbinsville. 
♦Hooper, L. W., Tuckasiegee. 



Hooper, P. G., Isa. 

Hooper, C. F., Clinton. 
*Hord, A. T., Cleveland. 
♦Horner, K. C, Troy. 
♦Horrell, R. W., Selma. 

Howard, H. H., Bee Log. 

Howell, W. T., Wake Forest. 
♦Howell, J. K., Rocky Mount. 
♦Howell, A. T., Murfreesboro. 
♦Hoyle, J. A., Gastonia. 

Hoyle, B. M., Estatoe. 
*Hudgins, Richard, Bat Cave. 

Hudson, D. J., Bessie. 

Hufham, J. D., Franklin, Va. 

Hughes, S. A., Valley. 
♦Hull, W. F., Camp Creek. 

Hume, Thos., Chapel Hill. 
♦Humphrey, D. B., Lumberton, 

No. 3. 
♦Humphrey, W. A., Orrum. 

Humphries, J. K., Westfield. 
♦Hunt, A., Gamble's Store. 
♦Hunt, D. J., Union Mills. 
♦Hunter, A. D., Cary. 
♦Huntley, W. S., Bear Wallow. 

Hurley, A., Thaxton. 
♦Hurst, W. T., Arlington. 
♦Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh. 
♦Hyde, H. H., Bryson City. 

Ingram, H. M., Pekin. 
♦Irvin, A. C, Pearl. 

Isaac, E., Hughes. 

Israel, L. i., Dunsmore. 
♦Ives, S. Albert, Pine Bluff. 

♦Jackson, B. P., Myra. 

Jackson, W. C, Asheville. 

Jackson, W. M., Flint. 
♦Jackson, Elbert, Turner's. 
♦Jackson, J. B., Ashpole. 
♦James, R. H., Reuben. 

Jamerson, Wm., Fairview. 

Jennings, T. L., Jennings. 
♦.Jenkins, J. T., Wilson. 

Jarvis, J. F., Adley. 

Jarvis, N. T., Jarvis. 
♦Jenkens, ^. A., Statesville. 
♦Jervis, C. E., Leicester. 

Jennings, S. S., Gray. 
♦Johnson, D. L., Downingsville. 

Johnson, E. M., Hughes. 
♦Johnson, E. O., Newport. 

Johnson, J. A., Elizabethtown. 

Johnson, W. B., Grandeur, S. C. 
tJohnson, L., Raleigh. 
♦Johnson, Wm. R., Cedar Creek. 

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Johnson, W. N., Delway. 

Johnson, R. K., Fries, Va. 

Johnson, L. E., Fremont. 
*Johnson. J. B., Walnut Cove. 
*Jollj', J. R., Elkin. 

Jones, G. S., Hendersonville. 
*Jones, F. H., Reidsville. 

Jones, J. R., Royal. 

Jones, J. W., Depew. 

Jones, R. H., Ai. 

Jones, Wm. H., Dana. 

Jones, W. J., Estatoe. 
♦Jordan. F. M., Calvert. 
♦Jordan, J. R., Gilesville. 

Jordan. James, Franklinville. 
♦Jordan, S., Robbinsville. 
♦Jordan. W. P., Colerane. 
♦Joyce, J. A., Ganns. 
♦Joyner, A. V., Wake Forest. 

Justice, A. A., Aetna. 

Justice, J. J.. Blue Ridge. 
♦Justice, T. B., Franklinton. 
♦Justice, A. I., Fairview. 
♦Justice, C. B., Rutherfordton. 

Kanot, J., Robbinsville. 
♦Keller, 0. A., Taylorsville. 
♦Kendrick, R. G., Jr., Laurinburg, 
tKesler, M. L., ThomapviUe. 
♦Kesterson, J. W., Franklin. 
♦Kimsey, W. S., Turtletown.Tenn. 
♦King, J. D., Wampler. 

King, J. E., Swansboro. 

King, M. C, Wingate. 
♦King, L. C, Hartland. 

King, R. W., Wilhoit. 
♦King, T. C, Wampler. 
♦King, T. H., LaGrange. 
♦King, S. W., Balm. 
♦Kinsland. J. L., Franklin. 
♦Kirk, J. T., Siloam. 

Knight, W. F., Blowing Rock. 

Kuykondall, P. A., Zironia. 

Kuykendall, W. L., Saluda. 

Laffoon. W. J., Kernersville. 

Lancaster, J. F., Oak Ridge. 
♦Landrum, M. M., Sunshine. 
♦Lane, J. L., Summerfield. 

Laney. J. C, Wayside. 
♦Lanning, Jeff., Denton. 

Lansdell, J. J., Durham. 
♦Larkins, J. D., lienderson. 
^T^assiter, E. M., Buie's Creek. 
♦Lawhon, W. H. H., Lawhon. 

Leach, M. J., Lassiter. 
♦Ledford, B. M., Ranger. 

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Lee, W. F., Tipton. 
*Lee, W. M., Summit. 

Lee, M. L., Ashpole. 
♦Leggett, B., Windsor. 

Leggett, R. J., Howelville. 

Lennon, J. P., Applewhite. 

Lester, J. H., Bushnell. 

Lewis, C. H., Gamble's Store. 
♦Lewis, L. G., New Hope Acad'y^ 
♦Lewis, Joseph, Big Laurel. 

Lewis, J. L., Laurelton. 

Lily. Edmond, King's Creek. 

Limrick, R. L., Shelby. 

Liner, J. R., Clyde. 
*Little, J. W., Sanford. 
*Little. Wm., Lane's Creek. 
♦Little, T. P., Marshville. 

liittletou, J. W.. Albemarle. 

Livingston. D. K., Little Pine 
Creek. 

Lloyd, L. A., Rocky Mount. 
"Loftis. R. M., Pinnacle. 

j.ong G. T., Gary Creek. 

Long, W. A., Core Creek. 

Logan, W. H., Ayr. 
♦Logan, J. H.. Excelsior. 

Loudermilk, D. P., Glen Alpine. 
♦Love, A. R., Hendersonville. 
♦Love, M. A., Franklin. 

Loving, W. B., Lumberton. 
♦Lowe, A. E., Bryson City. 
♦Lowe, C. J., Forestville. 
♦Lumpkin, G. T., Scotland Neck. 
*Lunsford, Wm., Asheville. 
*Lyda, L. M., Montvale. 

Lynch, Isaiah, Rockyhock. 
♦Lynch, J. W., Wake Forest. 

♦Mangum, P. D., Wake Forest. 

Marcus. W. A., Homestead. 
♦Marion, T. G., Crutchfleld. 

Marley, H. C, Lenoir. 
♦Marsh. A., Marshville. 
*Marsh, R. H., Oxford. 
♦Martin, C. H., Polkton. 
♦Martin, C. F., Ballew. 

Martin, J. H., Long Town. 
♦Martin, J. L., Raleigh. 
♦Martin, W. N., Gem. 
♦Mavtin, 0. J., Shoals. 

Martin, G. A., Spring Hope. 

Mashburn, A. B., Nealsville. 

Marshburn, L. J., Flats. 
♦Mashburn, H. H., Louisburg. 

Mason, J. A., Conclave. 

Mason, W. C, Flats. 
♦Mason, B. K., Winston-Salem. 



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Mason. X. J., Louisville. 

*Massee, J. C, Raleigh. 

Matthews. J. R., Hexlena. 

Matthews, B. H., Swansboro. 
*Matthews, N. J., Pilot Mountain. 

Matthias. B., Winston-Salem. 
*May, G. W., Red Oak. 

*May, S. S., Yadkinville. 

Mercer, M. V., Howellsville. 

Mercer, T. J., Bolivia. 
*McCarson, J. L., Hendersonville. 

McClure, W. B., Alexis. 

McCurry, J. H., Little Pine. 

i/lcDevitt, P., Mars Hill. 
*McDuffie, J. F., Hillsboro, R, D., 
No. 3. 

McFalls, W. T., Emma. 
*McFee, P. T., Kalamazo. 
='McClure, W. B., Alexis. 
*McGee, J. F., Culberson. 

McGinnis. I. J., Banner's Elk. 
*McKaughan. J. A., Wilmington. 
*McKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 

McLendon, J. J., Indian Trail. 
*McLeod, D., Bellhaven. 
*McLure, W. H., Henrietta. 

McMahon, A., Forest City. 

McMillan, D. C. Ashpole. 
*McNeill, M., Wilkesboro. 

I\IcPheeters. S. F., Pensacola. 

Meadows, W. C, Poor's Knob. 
*Meeks, 0. P., Rovv'land. 

Mclvin, W. A., Harrell's Store. 

Melvin, W. J., White Oak. 

Melvin, W. S., Parkersburg. 
^Meicer. I M.. Washington. 
*Merrell, G. L., Rocky Mount. 

Messer, J. C, Core Creek. 

Metcalf, C. C, Briggsville. 
*Michael, W. H., Tracy. 

Michael, Ray, Nettle Knob. 

Middleton. J. B., Saluda. 

Miles, John A., Leicester. 
*Miller, Danie^ L., Ramsey T'wn. 
*Miller, I. C, Buffalo Cove. 
*Miller, John R., Thomasville. 

Milliken. C. Ash. 
*Milllken, E., Ash. 
*Milliken, N., Ash. 
*Mills, J. T.. Apex. 
*Mintz, J. A., Shallotte. 
*Mintz, M. L., White Oak. 

Mitchell, E., Osbornville. 
*Mitchell. John, Aulander. 

Mitchell, S. W., Asheville. 
*Mitchener, J. F., Statesville. 

Moffitt, J. I., Stone Mountain, 
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Moore, S. F., Fairview. 

Moore, G. K., Gypsey. 
tMoore, Hight C, Raleigh. 

Moore, I. F., Panr. 

Moore, J. 0., Hunting Creek. 

Moore, R. A., Wing. 

Moore. R. R., Greensboro. 

Moore, S. L., Fairview. 

Moore, Warren. Patterson. 
*Morris. J. D., Royal. 
♦Morgan, S. L., Littleton. 

Morgan, B. L., Almond. 

Morgan, D. A., Spring Creek. 

Morgan. E. J., Candler. 
*Morgan. F. M., Flats. 

Morgan, S. J., Morgan Hill. 
*Morgan, W. C. Robbinsville. 
*Morris, J. D., Royal. 
*Morri&, W. A., Saluda. 

Morrow, J. S., Core Creek. 
*Morton, D. S., Whitley. 

?*Iorton, H.. Thomasville. 
••'Morton. W. B., Marion. 
*Moss, T. J., Forest City. 

Moss, N. H., Cherryville. 

UwU. W. B., Camp Creek. 

Mullinax, B. H., Grover. 

Munn, D. C, Flinty. 
*Murchison, C. M., Cornelius. 
*Myers. W. W., Round Mountain. 
*Myers, D. R., Spencer. 
*Myers, T. C, Martin. 

Myers, A. E., Round Mountain. 

Myers, W. A., New Castle. 

Naylor, M. W., Dunn. 

Neeves, J. M., Bud. 

Nelson, E. R., Hendersonville. 
*Nelson. J. H., Patterson. 
*Newton, J. P... Fon Barnwell. 
*Newton, J. D., Thomasville. 

Newton, B. F.. Csesar. 
*Nichols, J. T., Purlear. 

Nichols, W. E., Tracadia. 
^Nobles, J. W., Plj-mouth. 

Norcutt, B. F., Charlotte. 

Norman, M. A., Willetts. 

Norris, H. W., Cosma. 

Norris, Isaac, Crusoe. 

Norris, John, Sweetwater. 
*Norton, J. E., Jarretts. 

Nowell, W. C, Nashville. 

Olive, J. B., Swansboro. 

Oliver, W. S., Apex. 
*01iver. P., King. 

Ollis. W. H.. Ingalls. 
*Orr, P. P., Clotho. 



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Orrell, N. B., Kernersville. 
*Osburne, A. W., Roark. 

Osmet, J. R., Dallas. 

Overby, R. R., Belcross. 

Overton, W. C, Harrelsville. 

Owen, S. C, Candler. 
*Owen, J. E., East Durham. 
*Owen, J. H., Fidelity. 
*Owen, J. L., Olenville. 
*Owen, J. R., Lake Toxaway. 

♦Pace, J. R., Oxford. 
*Page, J. M., Clinton. 

Page, S. C, Godwin. 
*Page, Wiley M., Dunn, No. 4. 

Painter, J. P., Canto. 

Palmer, R. L., Leander. 

Parks, E. L., Lisbon. 

Painter, J. P., Swain. 
*Pardue, A. T., Adley. 

Parham, S., Mascot. 
*Parrish, M. E., Shelby. 

Patton, H. P., Saluda. 
*Patton, R. L., Morganton. 
*Paul, E. A., Orrum. 
*Payne, J. M., Blowing Rock. 
♦Payseur, J. J., Maiden. 
*Payseur, C. W., Cherryville. 
*Peek, J. T., Cullasaja. 

Pendergrass, J. R., Franklin. 

Pennell, A. N., Avillar, 

Peebles, G. W., Glady. 

Perkinson, L. C, Oakville. 
*Pernell, P. H., Charlotte. 
♦Pernell, E. F. C, Whiteville. 

Peterson, C. D., Dalila. 
♦Peterson, 0. J., Lumberton. 

Phillips, H., Nettle Knob. 

Phillips, John, Beech Creek. 

Phillips, Wm., Mt. Airy. 

Philiips, J. L.. Houck. 

Phillips, J. B., Collettsville. 
*Pickens, J. M., Alexander. 

Pinner, R., Faust. 
*Pippin, A. A., Wakefield. 

Pitchford, J. A., Littleton. 
♦Pittmau, A. E. C, Renuert. 
*Platt, J. T., Warne. 
*Plemmons, B. B., Trust. 

Plemmons, James, Glady. 

Pless, M. W., Crusoe. 

Poe, E. A., Cora. 

Ponder, W. M., Faust. 
♦Pool, E. Y., Sanford. 
*Pool, D. W., Hiddenite, R. D. 

Pope, W. L., Elm Grove. 

Porter, C. W., Elm City. 



*Porter, A. H., Orton. 

Posten, R., Camp Call. 

Potter. >v. J., Elk Park. 

Powell, L. L., East Fork. 
*Powers, Oscar L., High Point. 
*Preslar, ~M. D. L., Monroe. 
*Presley, F. M., Skyland. 
*Prevatt, F. A., Lumberton. 

Prevatt, John Lumberton. 

Prewett, N., Knob Creek. 
*Pridgen, M., Fair Bluff. 

Proffit, M. S., Democrat. 
*Pruett, L. R., Charlotte. 

Pruitt, Julius. Warlick's. 

Pruitt, Berry, Knob Creek. 
* Pruitt, Wm., Almond. 
*Pugh, J. M., Randleman. 
*Putnam. J. W.. Magnetic City. 
♦Putnam, D. F., Benson. 

*Queen, Cicero, Caesar. 
*Queen, A. C. Tuckaseigee. 

Queen, B. N.. Cathey. 

Queen, J. H., Bryson City. 

Queen, L. E., Cowartz. 

Queen, W. H., Oconaluffty. 

Queen, Thos. H., Balsam. 

Ramsey, Garret, Marshall. 

Ray, R. R., Mayodan. 
*Rector, J. A., Morganton. 
♦Reddish, W. H., i,abtonia. 

Reece, J. N., Galloway. 

Reed, W. W., Willetts. 

Reedy, E. W.. Rugby, Va. 

Reese, J. V., Cruso. 

Reid. James B., Hughes. 

Reid, G. W., Salisbury. 

Renfrew, W. B.. T-'atihews. 

Rhodes, J. R., Saluda. 

Rickard, D. V., Columbia. 4. 

Rich, J. H., Greensboro. 
*Rich, W. H., Salisbury. 
♦Richardson, J. B., High Point. 

Rickman, P. R., Leatherman. 
♦Riddle, B. B., Pensacola. 

Riddle, H. B., Big Pine. 

Riddle, J., Beaver Creek. 
♦Rivenbark, W. B., Teachey's. 

Roberts. Creed, Berlin. 

Roberts, D. J.. Cherry Lane. 
♦Roberts, L. C, Sexton. 

Robertson. W. A.. Barnardsville. 

Robeson, H. S.. Shallotte. 
♦Rock, C. M., Magnolia. 

Rogers, M., Bushnell. 

Rollins, B. F., Elkin. 
♦Rose, J. W., Edenton. 



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Rowell, J. E., Cleon. 
Rowell, S. J., Cleon. 
Roy, \v. H., I'aiiit Fork. 
tRoyail, \\. B., Wake Forest. 
Royail, R., Keily. 
Ruppe, John, Byarsville. 
Rutledge, W. B., Asheville. 

Sales, J., Mount Tabor. 
♦Sams, J. P., Cane River. 
*Sandiing, R. C, Clinton. 
*Scaiborougli,L.Vv.,Murlree£boro. 
*Scott, J. J., Orrum. 
*Scotten, A. K., Coleridge. 

Sears, D. R., Siler City. 

Seagle, L. M., Spring Creek. 

Seago, P. H., Lilesviile. 
*Seliers, G. W., Shallotte. 

Sellers, J., Supply. 
*Sentell, R. A., vVaynesville. 

Settlemyer, G. W., Henrietta. 
*Setzer, A. W., Burlington. 
*3haver, J. M., Dealville. 
*Slieets, Henry, Lexington. 
*Sliell, P. J., Gibbs. 

Shell, J. T., Petra Mills. 

Shell, J. W., Petra Mills. 

Shell, L. C, Jonas Ridge. 
*Shepherd, N. H., Lindhurst. 
*Sherwood, A. C, Leesville. 
*Sherwood, J. J. L., Collettsville. 
*Shoaf, R. L., Morrisviile. 
*Sigmou, C. A., Redwood. 

Silver, E. D., Newdale. 

Silver, Edmond, Micaville. 

Simmons, S. F., Jonesville. 
*Simonds, W. S., Nina. 
*Sims, A. H., King's Mountain. 
*Simms, B. W. N., Waynesville. 
*Sledge, J. W., Cedar Rock. 
*Sluder, M. S., Asheville, No. 4. 

Smiley, J. S., Swain. 
* Smith, A. B., Marble. 
*Smith, James A., Wilmington. 
*Smith, J. E., Mt. Airy. 

Smith, J. P., Ozark. 

Smith, J. W., Clayton. 
*Smith, J. L., Siler City. 
*Smith, W. A., Lexington. 
*Snider, D. A., Wingate. 

Snider, J. W., Wingate. 

Snider, W. A., Portsmouth. 

Soles, J., Mount Tabor. 
*Sorrell, A. P., Garden City. 
*Sothern, W. P., Granite Falls. 

Sparks, W. H., Ball Creek. 



♦Sparks, J., Garden City. 

* Sparks, A., Ledger. 

* Sparks, J. C, Bakersville. 
*Speight, T. T., Windsor, R.F.D. 
*bp3ight, J. A., Winton. 

Speuce, J. P., iiiizabeth City. 
Spence, J. R., Poik. 
Spencer, M. S., Hickory. 
JSpilman, B. W., Kiusion. 

* Sprinkle, A. J., Fulton. 
*Staley, W. F., N. Wilkesboro. 
*Stallings, J. N., Salisbury. 
*Stailings, N. P., Columbia. 

Stamey, E. A., Lineback. 
Stanley, J. G., Balsam Grove. 
*Stantord, G. M., Stoneville. 

* Stanley, C, Chadbourn. 
*Stanley, G. F., Foris, S. C. 
^Stanley, N., Brasweil. 
-Stanley, J. F., Graybeal. 
*Stanberry, J. S., Almond. 
*Standridge, H. C, Hiawassee,Ga. 
•■•Stephens, A. B., Autryville. 

* Stephens, M. A., Cedar Creek. 
*Scephen£on, R. S., Raleigh. 

Stanly, G. W., Molly. 

Staton, J. S., Zircbnia. 

Staton, M. M., Saluda. 

Steppee, J. G., Blue Ridge. 
♦Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 

Stoker, A. P., Denton. 
*Stone, C. H., Haystack. 

Stough, A. L., Pineville. 
*Stradley, J. A., Oxford. 
*Strickland, W. H., Sanford. 
*Stringfieid, O. L., Burnsville. 
"Summey, J. A., China Grove. 
*Suttle, J. V/., Smithfield. 

Sitton, J. D., Painter. 
*Sv/aim, S. D., Cooleemee. 
*Swaim, V. M., Cool Springs. 
*Swain, E. L., Shallotte. 

•^Talbert, W. T., Concord. 
*Tate, R. J., Melvin Hill. 
*Taylor, J. R., Jackson. 

Taylor, A. J., Chinquapin. 

Taylor, E. C, Bud. 
t Taylor, C. E., Wake Forest. 

Taylor, E. L., Mack. 
*Taylor, T. J., Warrenton. 

Teeter, E. D., Locust Level. 
*Tew, John O., Fayetteville. 

Tew, J. W., Iredell. 

Tew, D. W., Blake. 
*Tew, C. T., Wake Forest. 



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*Thames, B. D., Bethel Hill. 
*Tlierrell, W. A., Asheville. 
♦Thomas, C. A. G., Edenton. 
*Thoinas, I. W., Lenoir. 
♦Thomas, James C, Bandana 

Thomas, K., Ledonia. 
♦Thomasson, D. W., Semora. 
♦Thompson, C. J., Durham. 

Thompson, W. M., Lilesville. 

Thorn, J. B., Ferry. 

Tipton, B. C, Fairfax. 
♦Tipton, S. D., Burusville. 

Toney, B. W., Caroleen. 

Townsend, J. T., Carmichael. 
♦Townsend, B., Broadway. 
♦Treadway, E. R., Spring Creek. 
♦Trivett, F. S., Fieetwood. 
♦Trivett, G. J., Watauga Falls. 
♦Tucker, Elihu, Bud. 

Turner, E. W., Dobson. 
♦Tyuer, J. T., Limberion. 
♦Tyree, W. C, Raleigh. 

*Upchurch, C. A., Gary. 
*Utley, C. H., Wilmington. 

*Vanhoy, W. H., Hamptonville. 
tVann, R. T., Raieigh. 

Vaughan, L. D.. Sparta. 
♦Vernon, J. H., Wake Forest. 
♦Vernon, T. L., Taiboro. 

Vestal, M. H., Jonesville. 

Vinson, J. D., Scaly. 
♦Vinson, T. J., Gneiss. 

Vippei'man, J. H., High Poinr. 
♦Vipperman, J. L., Dallas. 

"Wadkins, W. E., Concord. 
♦Waff. W. B., Reynoldson. 
♦Walker, J. M., Columbus. 
♦Walker, J., Edneyville. 

Walker, M., Swan Creek. 

Walker, N., New Castle. 
♦Wall, J. A., Maxwell. 

Wallen, S., Big Laurel. 

Waller, Jesse, Marshall. 
♦Walton, M. C, Burgaw. 
♦Wallace, W. C, Hamer. 
♦Washburn, D. G.. Shelby, R.F.D. 

Warren, T., Rugby, Va. 
♦Watkins, G. T., Roxboro. 
♦Watson, W. P., Monroe. 
♦Watson, T. D., Oconalufty. 
♦Watson, J. W., Sylva. 
♦Waycaster, J. R., Phenoz. 
♦Weatherman, J. G., Jennings. 
♦Woldon. L. T., Brevard. 
♦Wells, C. G., Kinston. 

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Weston, E. L., Forestville. 
♦Wheeler, D. M., Bamboo. 

\\ heeler, Z. W., New Light. 
♦Wheeler, J. W., Tar Landing. 

Wheelous, Z. W., Grissom. 

Whisnant, E. S., Maiden. 
♦Whitaker, A. S., Biltmore. 

White, J. A., Lenoir. 

White, J. M., Apex. 
♦White, L. B., Clyde. 

White, G. W., Rockyhock. 

White, M. P., Phcenix. 

White, R. T., Seaboard. 
♦Whitehead, W. H., Beaufort. 

Whitener, P. A., jNIorganton. 
♦Whiteside, Z. T., Ayr. 
♦Whiteside, W. M., Columbus. 

Whitley, A. E., Round Mount'n. 

Wiggins, A., Bryson City. 
♦Wilcox, A. G., Branrleyviilp. 

Wilcox, William. Todd. 
♦W^ilcox, A. W., Mooresviile. 
♦Wild, J. M., Walnut Riiu. 

Wild, J. R., Big Pine. 
♦Wildman, J. W., Chapel Hill. 
♦Wilhoit, G. 0., Marshville. 
♦Williams, A. J., Zephyr. 

Williams, B. B., Harrelsville. 

Williams, J. M., Coliinsville. 
♦Williams, C. C, Spring Hope. 
♦Williams, O. P., Bryson Cii^. 
♦Williams, J. G., Star. 
♦Wilson, L. A., Tamarack. 
♦Wilson, L. C, Hattie. 

Wilson, Samuel, Bee Log. 
♦Wilson, W. E., Forest City. 
♦Wilson, W. H., Madison. 
♦Wilson. S. B., Yanceyville. 
♦Wood, T. G., Manteo. 

Wood, E, M., Cisco. 
♦Wood, M. A., Marshall. 
♦Woodfin, J. F., Horse Shoe. 

Woodson, C. J., Shelby, 
t Woodall, W. H., Clyde. 
♦Woodard, J. S., Needmore. 

Woodard, J. D., Gastonia. 
♦Wooten, F. T., Chadbourn. 
♦Wright, T. S., Rockingham. 
♦Wright, W. E., Camden. 
♦Wyatt, W. J., Troutman. 

Wyncoop. A. M., Morganton. 

Wolf, G. F., Dimsdale. 
♦Yonce, J. L., Blithedale. 
♦Yonce, Solomon, Norris, Tenn. 

York, M.. Rugby, Va. 

Young, P. R., Asheville. 

Young, A. W., Scaly. 

t Home Board BlbleSchool Worker. 



LIST OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 



Lists from twenty-one associations revised by assoeiational minutes of 1905. Lists 
irom thirty associations (compiled January, 1905), marked *. Names liave not been 
obtained this year from the following nine associations: Brunswick, Cape Fear- 
i;olumbus, Elkin, Liberty-Ducktowu, New Found, Tennessee River, Transylvania 
Western North Carolina, and Yancey. Below are 1,225 names. 



ALEXANDEI{, 

VV. E. White, Dealville. 

D. Williams, Taylorsville, 3. 
N. G. Sloan, Statesvilie, 7. 

.J. M. Fortner, Taylorsville, 5. 

E. V. Bumgarner, Taylorsville, 5. 
L. R. Goforth, Poor's Knob, 2. 

J. D. Mayberry, Mt. Pisgah. 
E. S. Millsaps, Stony Point, 2, 
J. C. Brookshira, Ta/loisville, •). 
B. F. Patterson, Hiddenite, 2. 
S. A. Godfrey, Evalin. 
K. C. Sloan, Taylorsville. 

ALLEGHANY GRAYSON.* 

Isaac Boyer, Brush. Va. 

J. F. Cheek. Whitehead. 

W. F. Doughton, Laurel Springs. 

H. E. McMillan, Plainfield. 

W. C. Fields, Sparta. 

ASHE. 

.J. R. Hart, Floyd Samper, Park, 

Va. • 
W. G. Blackburn, Fleetwood. 
.J. P. Goodman, Nettle Knob. 
J. C. Goodman, Beaver Creek. 
W. A. Johnson, Jefferson. 
J. F. Oliver, Tree Top. 
D. H. Burgess, Obids. 
Presley Shepherd, Idlewild. 
J. A. Moretz, Fleetwood. 
J. A. Parsons, Mo. Wilson, Va. 

ALLANTIC* 

J. W. Green, Bayboro. 
Richard F,elton, Beaufort. 
W. H. Eubank, Deppe. 
Vernon Murphy, Davis. 
L. L. Leary, Morehead City. 
J. L. McDaniel, New Bern. 



N. R. Wells, Swansboro. 
M. W. Heady, Swansboro. 
U. C. Holton, Vandemere. 
L. F. Willis, Beaufort. 

BEULAIT. 

J. C, King, Bancb. 
D. Y. Mebane, Blanch. 

C. R. Vernon, Bushy Fork. 
W. C. Pulliam, Alton, Va. 

P. M. Somers, Altamahaw, 2. 

T. B. Jones, Milton. 

J. B. Hudgins. Osmond. 

S. T. Ware, Danville, Va., 5. 

D. J. Yarboro, Locust Hiil. 

B. S. Graves, Yanceyville. 

BLADEN.* 

J. S. Cain, Abbottsburg. 

F. Willis, Dublin. 

W. B. Hester, Elizabethtown. 

C. L. Long, Downingsville. 
A. Smith, Cypress Creek. 

D. A. Singletary, Bladenboro. 
James Thagood, Clarkton. 

J. L. Grice, Jerome. 

L. A. Davis, Elizabethtown. 

R. H. Marshburn, Ham. 

J. D. Edwards, Bladenboro. 

M. liOng, Garland. 

E. M. Melvin, White Oak. 

L. P. Singletary, Bladenboro. 
N. B. Singletary, Tarheel. 
P. P. Smith, Clay Fork. 

BRIER CREEK. 

J. F. Gilliam, Lucile. 
J. W. Rash, Jennings. 
C. F. Sprinkle, New Hope. 
C. F. Henderson, Lovelace. 
n. K. Woodruff, Garrett. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEXTIOX. 



C. C. Y/right, Hunting Creek. 

J F. Adams, Swan Creek. 

J. T. Redding, Swan Creek. 

J. S. Martin, Clingman. 

R. P. Madison, Ro^y. 

U. C. Goodin, McCurdy. 

P. L. Henderson, Windy Gap. 

W. F. Lawrence, Osbornville. 

W. E. Sale, New Castle. 

M L. Jarvis, Jarvis. 

J. P. IMcCarter, Felts. 

J. M. Johnston. Hunting Creek. 

A. G. Myers, Gwyn. 

BR'JSHY MOUXTAIX.* 

C. C. Wright, Hunting Creek. 
ISIarcus Earp. Boomer. 

A. A. Leach, Moravian Falls. 

W. .T. Robinson. Moravian Falls. 

B. Huffman, Champion. 
S. J. Earnett, Mt. Zion. 

D. V. Nichols, Miller's Creek. 
W. H. Church. N Wilkesboro. 
John Foster, Buck. 

Z. V. Church, Congo. 
J. A. Bolden, Boomer. 

BUNCOMBE. 

E. B. Goldsmith, Democrat. 
J. H. Tucker, Asheville. 

R. F. Drummond, Asheville. 1. 
N. B. Creasman, Biltmore, 2. 
J. A. Cordell. RiceVille. 
A. I. Ingle, Barnardsville. 

A. S. Whitaker, Biltm.ore. 

D. W. Shuford, Rock View. 
L M. Revis, Beech. 

S. J. Ashworth. Fairview. 

B. H. Sams, Homerville. 
J. E. :Morgan. Candler. 
John Rutherford, Hominy. 
R. H. Embler, Juno. 

B. F. Arrowood, Morgan Hill. 
\V. W. Plemmons, Black Moun- 
tain. 
M. C. Presley, Skyland. 
A. W. Buckner. Alexander. 
P. O. Chatham, Fairview. 
J. B. Grice, Asheville. 

CALDWELL.* 

J. H. Johnson, Lenoir. 

E. L. Curtis, Finley. 
Haywood Clark. Garaewell. 
W. F. F. Palmer, Petra. 



L. W. Anderson, Gamewell. 
J. A. Turnmire, Granite Falls, 
M. C. Estes, Collettsville. 

F. P. Moore, Globe. 
J. C. L. Hayes, Upton. 
J. L. Beach. Lenoir. 

J. A. Laxton, Lenoir. 

Y. D. Moore, Lenoir. 

A. P. Lutz, Saw Mills. 

W. W. Turnmire, Yadkin Valley, 

J. B. Philips, Lenoir. 

L. S. Keller, Granite Falls. 

J. H. Dickson. Collettsville. 

W. H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 

T. J. Sims, Lenoir. 

G. W. Smith. Baton. 
J. T. Hayes, Houck. 

CAROLINA.* 

K. K. Orr. Hendersonville. 

J. P. Wilkie, Good Luck. 

E. R. Wilson. Maxwell. 

J. B. Middleton. Fruitland. 

G. K. Moore, Fletcher. 

G. S. Wall, Gerton. 

.L L. Sales, Fletcher. 

J. L. Evans. Hendersonville. 

J. C. Orr. Blantrye. 

J. A. Frazier, Hendersonville, 

C. N. Allen, Horse Shoe. 

M. L. Surcey, Broad River. 

S. N. Nanney. Edneyville. 

J. Williams, Hendersonville. 

J. B. Wall. Fruitland. 

J. W. Staton, Saluda. 

R. Dudgins. Bat Cave. 

E. J. Huntley, Bear Wallow. 

CATAWBA RIVER.* 

J. G. Benfield, Dogwood. 
P. M. Deal. Connelly Springs. 
W. H. McCall. Gilmer. 
John Hildebran, Hidebran. 
T. L. Sigmon, Rutherford Cal- 
lage. 
J. S. Towery, Casar. 
Eli Rich, Drexel. 
R. C. Whitener, Morganton. 
J. F. Abee, Morganton. 
O. O. Rhoney, Mull Grove. 
M. P. Hildebran, Mroganton. 
T. F. Barnes, Morganton. 
M. W. Brindel, Flay. * 
M. S. Johnson. Lark. 
W. M. Wise, Gibbs. 
J. S. Willis, Casar. 



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M. Huffman, Enola. 
W. A. Keller, Pearson. 
Shuford Short, Perkinsville. 
J. P. Young. Mull Grove. 
R. B. Abernethy, Hidebran. 
J. A. Mull, Gold. 
J. G. Proctor, Shoup's Ford. 
W. A. Hildebran, Hildebran. 

CEDAB CKEEK. 

J. R. Biddle, Edonia. 
A. J. Guy. Sherwood. 
A. B. Smith, Cedar Creek. 
A. J. Hall, Lena. 

D. W. Trogden, Cotton. 

F. H. Hobbs, Fayetteville. 
J. C. Beard, Fayetteville. 

E. G. Johnson, St. Paul's. 
M. Cashwell, Hope Mills. 
Thos. Bennett, Fayetteville. 
E. M. Hall, Sherwood. 

W. I. Lanier, Fayetteville. 
E. .J. Biggs, Rennert. 2. 
D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills. 
J. H. McGee, Vv^hite Oak, 1. 



B. C. Lyon, Rogers Store, 1. 
S. T. Davis, Raleigh, 7. 

H. M. Norwood, Riley. 

G. L. Allen, Creedraore. 

J. D. Alien, Falls. 

R. J. Conyers, Youngsville. 

J. B. Saintsing, Wake Forest. 

R. B. White, Prankinton. 

H. Frazier, Youngsville. 

T. Y. Baker, Riley, R. F. D. 

J. J. White, Raleigh, 1. 

Henry Ferguson, Franklinton. 

W. H. Nichols, Neuse. 

G. W. Ray, Rogers Store, 2. 

A. C. Green, Raleigh, 5. 

J. E. Hall. Youngsville. 

P. M. Woodliei, Kittrell. 

W. S. Pruett, Franklinton. 

T. H. Briggs. Raleigh. 

J. R. Broughton, Rolesville. 

C. H. Baugh. Raleigh. 
Sanford Keilli, Wake Forest, 1. 
J. H. Gorrell, Vv'ake Forest. 

J. R. Green, Y/ake Forest. 
W. D. O'Neal, Neuse, 2. 
W. C. Douglass. Raleigh. 
P. R. Allen, Wake Forest.l. 
E. P. Allen, Youngsville. 



M. J. Lawrence, Dart. 
J. C. Eason, Tyner, 2. 

D. McLeod, Belhaven. 

Miles E. Davis, Elizabeth City. 

J. E. Proctor, Eva. 

J. H. Henry, Carter. 

W. H. Jennings, Elizabeth City. 

W. J. Berryman, Edenton. 

Thos. R. Ward, Belvidere. 

Charles Bateman. Columbia, 

E. A. Eure, Eure. 

J. C. Simpson. Elizabeth City, 5. 
W. S. Bartlett South MIIIb. 

C. S. Vann, Edenton. 

E. F. Aydlett, Elizabeth City. 
M. H. Knight, Wiggin's Cross 

Roads. 
Lycurgus Hofler, Gatesville. 
J. T. Morgan, Camden. 
T. C. Lane, Hertford. 
J. P. Perry. Hertford. 
J. W. Smith, Edenton. 
L. D. Tarkington, Manteo. 
A. S. Walker, Sunbury. 

D. F. Norman, Cresweil. 
T. C. Morgan, Winfal. 
P. C. Garrett, Moyock. 
D. B. Squires, Riddle. 

J. B. Silvester, Elizabeth City. 
Chas. Simpson, Poplar Branch. 
W. T. Brickhouse, Powell's 

Point. 
W. D. Barnard, Shawboro. 
T. L. Spence. Elizabeth City, 4. 
Metta F. Cox, Maple. 
K. J Freeman, Scmerton Va, 
R. S. Pritchard A. S. Morgan, 

Elizabeth City., 
Spence Ftheridge, Manteo. 
R. B. Hollowell Edenton, 1. 
Clifton Sawyer, Weeksville. 
M. M. Hollowell, Selwin. 
C. E. King, Hobbsville., 
J. S. Sandiin, Bellcross. 
Moses Lee, Tulls. 
C. B. Garrett, Shiloh. 
J. H. Bateman. Columbia. 
W. E. Bateman, Gudger. 
Olanda Wood, Mintonville 
Wesley Austin, Carolla. 
W. J. Asbell, Belvidere. 
W. E. Bogue, Woodville, 
T. C. Hedrick. Edenton, 



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X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



W. J. Shipp. Turkey. 

C. A. Bird, Mt. Olive. 
B. S. Garris, Clinton 
WD. Wilkins, Magnolia. 
I. D. Johnson, Rose Hill. 
\v. H. Murray. Magnolia. 
W. J. Fryar, Delway. 

J. C. Hines, Faison. 
Q. W. Scott, Hallsville. 
J. W. Gurganus. Ivanhoe. 
W. H. Middleton. Warsaw. 

D. L. Herring. Garland. 

D. H. Marshburn, Maple Hill. 

E. L. Croom, Clinton. , 

B. A. Summerlin, Mt. Give. 

H..M. Swiuson. Magnolia. 

J. C. Hobbs. Keener's. 

J. W. Bell. Faison. 

W. D. Henderson. Rose Hill. 

D. T. Johnson, Kerr, R. F. D. 

A. F. Robinson. Clinton. 
S. M. Carlton, Warsaw. 

FLAT RIVER. 

W. E. Chandler. Yirgilina. Va. 
G. W. Denny, Roxboro, 5. 
L. J. Meadows. Moriah. 
N. J. Crutchfield, Mayo, Va. 

B. T. Hicks, Bullock. 

A. P. Overton, Franklinton, 1. 

H. T. Ray croft. Lyons. 

R. H. Rogers, Creedmoor. 

W.. C. Currin, Oxford, 1. 

L. M. Thomasson, Credmoor. 

J. T. Tof^ian. Virgilina, Va. 

J. W. Winston, Nelson, Va., 1. 

R.' I. Daniel, Sunset. 

J. S. Norwood, Willianasboro. 

T. S, Waller, Stem. 

J. W. Dean, Oxford. 

T. H. Street, Mill Creek. 

W, J. Downey, Oxford. 

S. E. Reed. Foster. 

J. T. Daniel. Oxford, 1. 

C. D. Ray, Oxford. 

H. Keith, North Side. 
N. B. Dickerson, Dement. 
J. T. Callis Carlton. 

E. H. Gentry, Roxboro. 
J. W. Smith, Creedmoor. 
R. A. Noell. Roxboro. 

J. S. Royster, Woodworth. 
P. G. Pritchett, Center Grove. 
J. S. Royster, Soudan, Va. 



L D. Veasy, Stovall. 
J. E. Duncan, Stem. 

FREXCH BROAD.* 

D. C. Hunter Halewood. 
R. L. Moore, Mars Hih. 
Mary Jarvis. Peek. 

L. M, Bryan, Marshall. 
Jesse Fisher, Marshall. 
Andy Franklin, Big Laurel. 
M. W. Buckner, Jupiter. 

C. C. Runnion. Walnut Run. 
R. L. Green. Mars Hill. 

J. S. Ball, Mars Hill. 
M. G., Hudgins, Marshall. 
S. E. Arrowood, Fulton. 
J. R. Andres. Laurelton. 
Thos. Ranisy. Pump. 

GREEX RIVER. 

T. F. Thorn, Nealsville. 

E. L. McDade. Mill Springs. 
J. J. Ruffe. Mill Springs. 

J. F. Turner, Blalock. 
B. C. Lawter, Bob. 
T. N. Wilson, Dimsdale. 
J. P. Arlege, Columbus. 

D. L. Robertson, Blalock. 

E. G. Gcforth. Nealsville. 
B. Biggerstaff. Trio. 

W. D. Long, Gardon City. 

W. H. Taylor. Dysartsville. 

Z. T. Whitesides, Ayr. 

G. M. Walton, Rocky Pass. 

S. S. McPeeters, Celo. 

J. A. Gallion, Demmings. 

B. B. Price, Marion. 

J. J. Lambright, Mill Springs. 

A. P. Morgan. Nanito. 

A. F. Geer, Gilkey. 

N. C. Bayess, Dennis. 

M. W. Garrett, Saluda. 

S. A. Bridges, Bonny. 

W. P. Terrill, Old Fort. 

W. J. Harden, Nanito. 

Wm. S. Rollins. Nanito. 

C. C. Lovelace, Mack. 

Jerrv Jackson, Poplar Grove. 

C. G. Hill, Gilkey. ' 

A. L. Grayson, Rutherfordton. 

E. A. Arledge, IMiil Spring. 

John Nanney, Redtop. 

W. F. McMahon, Gardon City. 

V. T. Ballenger. Tryon. 

J. R. Whitesides. Chimney Rock. 

J. M. Pendergrass, Eclipse. 



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HAYWOOD. 

D. R. Allen, Waynesville. 

H. Messer, Crabtree. 

A. M. Crawford, Cruso. 

C. F. Owen, Waynesville. 

L. N. Pinner, Canton. 

J. L. Morgan, Clyde. 

O. H. Winchester, Waynesville. 

A. C. Walker, Clyde. 

G. W. Liner, Waynesville. 

W. J. Hannah, Waynesville. 

JOHNSTON.* 

W. H. Maden. Archer, 1. 

J. C. Hardee, Clayton. 

E. L. Hall, Benson. 

Ivirkman Creech, Kenly. 

J. J. Wallace, Wilson's Mill. 

E. P. Wood, Four Oaks, 4. 

J I. Blackman. Micro. 

R. H. Gower. Clavton. 

J. W. B. Finch, Wendell. 

J. A. Estridge, Archer, 1. 

Mrs.4 Laura Creech, Four Oaks. 

D. J. Wood, Benson, 2. 

W. I. Green. Wakefield, 2. 

W. M. Eason, Selma. 

W. E. Smith, Nicro. 

J. F. Pool. Clayton. 

James N. Brvan, Garner. 

T. R. Todd, Taylor. 

Haywood Johnson, Four Oaks. 

J. F. Watson, Pine Level. 

N. W. Smith, Four Oaks, 1. 

William Eason, Pine Level. 

R. H. Higgins. Smithfield. 

Ben. Howell, Princeton. 

X. B. Stevens, Smithfield, 2. 

C. W. Richardson, Selma. 

F. T. Booker, Clayton. 1. 
J. M. Beaty, Smithfield. 

G. C. Earp, Selma, 1. 

A. H. Lee, Benson, 2. 
W. A. Newton, Archer. 
J. T. Holt, Wilson's Mill. 

king's mountain.* 
W. E. McSwain, Lattimore. 
G H. Logan, Crocker. 
E. O. Green, Shelby, 3, 
H. W. Clark, Bessemer City. 
E, M. Lankford, Stubbs. 
C. D. Stroup, Casar. 
J. Z. Falls, Belwood. 

B. H. Roberts, Cherryville. 
J. M. Green, Double Shoals. 



0. M. Green, Shelbv, 4. 

1. B. Allen, Shelby.' 

P. Z. Carpenter, Fallston. 

J. A. Ellis, Grover. 

S. S. Weir, King's Mountain. 

A. M. Lattimore, Lattimore. 

J. H. Hawkins. Stice. 

J. C. Martin, Hulls X Roads. 

R. F. Putnam. Cherryville. 

Carme Elam, Lawndale. 

T. J. Ramsaur. Ceveland Mills. 

A. E. Bettis, Earl. 

S. B. Jones, Shelby. 1. 

J. C. Blanton, King's Mountain. 

C. F. Foster. King's Mountain. 
T. H. Lowry. Patterson Springs. 
Sylvanus Gardner. Beam's Mills 
S. R. Anthony. Shelby, 2 

M. D. Moore, Shelby, 3. 
I. Y. Weathers, Shelby. 
J. P. Walker, Lattimore. 

D. M. Witherspoon, Cherryville. 
0. M. Mull, Shelby. 

R. L. Weathers. Shelby, 5. 
J. W. Spargoe, Waco. 
F. P. Gold. Shelby, 5. 
S. B. Hamrick, Shelby. 

LIBERTY. 

N. R. Teague, Kernersville 1. 

W. B. Russell. Denton. 

W. D. Lofrin, Riley's Store. 

B. R. Cross. Silver Hill. 

J. T. Pierce, Cox. 

J. D. Palmer, Linwood. 

J. W. Noel], Lexington. 

N. T. Kind ley, Thomasville, 3. 

W. S. Carrick, Silver Hill 1. 

J. D. Welch, Pisgah. 

Branson Charles, Winston-STm. 

S. H. Averitt, Thomasville. 

J. H. Beck, Jubilee. 

T. S. Wall, Wallburg. 

A. E. Myers, Lexington, 3. 

Wm. Bowers, Lake. 

O. L. Stoner, Fairmont. 

H. W. Reinhart, Thomasville. 

LITTLE KI\ER.* 

W. R. Flowers, Barclaysville. 
D. A. Collins, Summerville. 
J. M. Pope, Dunn, 3. 
S. H. Senter, May. 
David West, V/estville. 
J. R. Raggett, Buie's Creek. 
T. B. Lanier, Chalk Level. 
P. M. Willis. Duke. 



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X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEXTIOX. 



R. G. Taylor, Dunn. 

C. M. Allen. Bunn's Level. 

O. C. Bradley, Bradley's Store. 

N. T. Patterson, Mohawk. 

A. P. Thomas, Lonely. 

A. M. Shaw, Llllington. 

Andrew Tutor. Polk. 

W. H. Hatcher, Carlos. 

J. F. McLeod, Buie's Creek. 

W. C. Bright, New Hill. 

J. D. Dennis, Holly Springs. 

A. B. Kelly, Forkade. 

ilACON.* 

J. F. Key, Blithedale. 

J. M. Cochran, Flats. 

J. G. Young, Wilkes Store. 

M. L. Rickman, West's Mills. 

W. R. Cloer, Roane's Mill. 

Alex Moore, Eli jay. 

K. H. Jarrett, Franklin. 

J. N. Arnold, Highlands. 

Rufus Roper, Blithedale. 

G. H. Gibson, Leatherman. 

R. E. Kimsey, Scaly. 

J. M. Williams, Jerd. 

H. J. Bradley, Etna, 

H. P. Ray. Burningtown. 

M. M. Ledford, Leeds. 

J. W. Nash, Cullasaja. 

W. T. Long, Otto. 

J. H. Ramsey. Tellico. 

D. A. Yonce, Kyle. 

H. D. Dean, Franklin. 

MECKLENBUKG-CA BARRUS. 

F. M. Hinson, Arlington. 

M. Hough. Clear Creek. 

J. W. Connell, Concord. 

A. P. Sweet, Cornelius. 

T. S. Franklin. Charlotte. 

J. E. Wright, Concord. 

S. Q. Garrison, Shofton. 

H. B. Blackman, Huntersville. 

J. A. Newton, Charlotte. 

T. J. Renfrew. Matthews. 

W. E. Hull, Newell. 

W. M. Lyles. Charlotte. 

W. S. Paxton. Matthews. 

W. F. Dowd, Charlotte. 

A. D. Criscoe, Concord. 

.T. B. Haney. Concord. 

J. C. Hager, Huntersville. 

MITCHKI.L. 

S. J. Black, Bakersville. 
J. Y. Sparks. Ledger. 



William Grindstaff. Spuce Pine. 

W. W. Buchanan, Hawk. 

S. W. Conley, Toe Cane. 

A. S. Bvrleson, Little Rock Cr'k. 

Stokes Buchanan, Glen Ayre, 

V. T. Fortner, Wing. 

Isaac Cox, Estatoe. 

P. M. Wilson, Bakersville. 

Joseph Sparks, Frank. 

Robert T. Lewis, Valley. 

Wesley Buchanan, Clairissa. 

A. F. McKinney, Bakersville. 

MONTGOMERY.* 

M. M. Jones, Mt. Gilead. 

J. C. Caddell, Pinehurst. 

G. T. Sedberry, Endicott. 

A. J. Lockhart, Roberta. 

L. Morris. Vestal. 

T. F. Haywood. Mt. Gilead. 

A. E. Saunders, Onvil. 

K. W. Hoyans, Star. 

R. P. Thompson, Wadeville. 

L S. Barret, Troy. 

S. S. Ballard, Wadeville. • 

MOUNT ZION. 

L. B. Lloyd, Chapel Hill, 3. 
A. T. Holeman, Ascend. 
A. M. Shepperd, Durham. 
W. A. Berry. ]),Ieredith. 
J. M. Lloyd, Hillsboro, 3. 
J. P. Andrews, Chapel Hill. 
C. W. Page, Bilboa. 
J. L. Scott, Burlington. 
W. T. Reynolds-, Hillsboro. 
E. Walton. Nelson. 
Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill. 
W. J. Brogden, Durham. 
J. V. Riggsbee. Durham. 
T. S. Booth. East Durham. 
W. R. Dupree. Durham. 
P. Powers, Chapel Hill. 
V. M. Euliss, Graham. 
J. Thompson. Haw River. 
J. T. Knight, Hillsboro. 
E. A. Dollar, Riggsbee. 
R. J. Yates, Merry Oaks. 
H. L. Jones. Saxapahaw. 
A. Riggsbee. Chapel Hill. 
W. M. Stroud, Univ. Station. 
W. H. Couch. Durham, 5. 
J. H. Harward, Morrisville. 
K. L. Nichols, Gorman. 
Sexton Lawrence, Apex. 
W. P. Mangum, Rougemont. 
E. H. Husketh. Redwood. 
Chas. Hester, Durham, 5. 



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T. A- Burke, Swepsonville. 
Alex. Pease, Chapel Hill. 
J. T. Pickett, West Durham. 
J. W. Cole, Durham. 

NEUSE.* 

A. G. Cox, Winterville. 

W. C. Jackson, Ayden. 

W. W. Whittington, Bull Head. 

J, W. Mozingo, Goldsboro. 

J. B. Grantham, Goldsboro, 4. 

M. D. Lane, Fort Barnwell. 

C. C. Teague, Fremont. 

E. L. Edmundson, Goldsboro. 
J. W. Sadler, Goldsboro. 

L. R. Varser, Kinston. 
Simeon Wooten, La Grange. 
J. E. McCutchen, Maysville. 
S. S. Strother, Eureka. 

F. G. Mitchell, Newbsrn. 
C. R. Turner, Kinston. 
J. C. Parker, Oliver's. 
T. A. Bell, Polloksville. 
J. J. Groom, Kinston. 

G. G. Quinn, Seven Springs. 
Walter Taylor, Snow Hill. 
Alex. Watson, New Bern. 

T. E. Elmore, Strabane. 

PEE DEE.* 

W. B. McLendon, Ansonville. 

W. H. Parker, Fry. 

J. T. Henley, Wadesboro. 

J. W. Tliomas, Diamond Hill. 

J. T. Gulledge, Deep Creek. 

W, M. Tho-Tpson, Lilesville. 

C. V. Holland, Laurinburg. 

C. L. Frederick, Lilesville. 
J. F. Thomas, Morven. 

A. G. Tyson, Paris. 

T. B. Goodman, Polkton. 
J. M. Lyles, Rockingham. 
M. F. Curlee, Wadesboro. 

B. H. Griffin, Peachland. 
L F. Thomas, Eggtown. 

R. A. Johnson, Rockingham. 
W. H. Bivens, Goodman. 
S. J. Turner, Flintridge. 
W. L. Cridlebaugh, Roberdel. 
W. R. Jones, Covington. 
M. J. Hutchinson. Cordova. 

D. W. L. Smith, Maxton. 

C. B. Wallace, Hoffman. 

W. P. Covington, Wadesboro. 

PIEDMONT. 

D. M. Moore, Reidsville. 
Wm. Cummings, Reidsville. 



Lee H. Battle, Greensboro. 
A. J. Dodamead, High Point 
J. W. Fogleman, Gibsonville. 

D. H. Parnell, High Point 
J. T. Turner, Liberty. 

L. C. Stephenson, Liberty, 2. 
R. W. Jordan, Franklinville. 
J. A. Hackney, Kimesville. 
H. G. Collins, Randleman. 
M. E. Johnson, Ramseur. 

E. P. Ellington. Reidsville. 
J. W. Roberts, Ruffin. 

C. E. Duncan, Liberty, 1. 
W. S. Kivett, Greensboro. 
J. M. Burton, Sumraerfield. 
W. E. Rhodes, Proximity. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 

p. M. Martin, Ayersville. 

A. L Shouse, Winston-Salem. 
J. A. Johnson, Mayodan. 

J. P. Covington, Delk. 

W. A. Covington, Brown Mt. 

Frank Cook, Clemmons. 

J. H. Adkins, Stoneville. 

T. B. Lindsay, Stoneville. 

E. C. Shelton, Mt. Airy, 2. 

T. F. Tuttle, Germanton, 1. 

E. J. Styers, Germanton. 

J. E. H. Hester, Kernersville. 

T. T. Barker, Mt. Airy. 

J. B. Stanley, Kernersville. 

S. F. Slatt, King. 

T. G. Taylor, Leaksville. 

C. L. Spraugh, Lewisville. 
J. M. Hill, Mt. Airy. 

R. Wilson, Reidsville. 
J. W. Tuttle, King, 1. 

D. W. Busick, Madison. 

B. R. Martin, Mayodan. 

C. O. Sprinkle, Donnaha. 
W. D. Poore, Verano, Va. 
C. H. Bovles. Pinrac^e. 

J. H. Boyles, Pilot Mt 
Willie Martin, Leaksville. 
T. F. Merritt. Salem ChapeL 

C. O. Small. Wentworth. 
W. D. Flynn, Spray. 

W. A. Sullivan, Pinnacle. 
John F. Reich. Winston-Salem. 
L. T. Royall, Stoneville. 
J. A. Sheek, Clemmons, 1. 
R. K. Simmons, Westfield. 
J. W. Marshall, Walkertown. 

D. S. Rothrock, Winston-Salem. 
A. S. Mitchell, Walnut Cove. 

W. J. Conrad, Winston-Salem. 
A. T. Hanes, Winston-Salem. 



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James Hall, Germanton. 
R. B. Baker, Madison. 
W. P. Wilson, Madison. 



S. C. Olive, Apex. 

S. A. Andrews, Raleigh, 

D. C. Smith, Raleigh. 
Sion Holleman, Gary. 

J, S. Stephens, Holly Springs. 

J, W. Holloway, Method. 

John T. Pullen, Raleigh. 

I. N. Hobgood, Fuquay Springs. 

J. J. Bagwell, Garner. 

G. M. Beavers, Apex. 

J. B. Herndon, Morrisville. 

G. H. Marshburn, Wendell. 

G. H. Collins, Apex, 5. 

T. K. Smith, Raleigh, 3. 

W. R. Ferrell, Raleigh, 7. 

R. B. Nichols. Raleigh, 6, 

G. S. Banks, McCullers. 

R. E. Atkins, Morrisville. 

W. L. King, Morrisville. 

Vester Morgan, Method. 

Charles Howard, Raleigh. 

J. H. Smith, Raleigh. 

Everett Banks, Raleigh, 3. 

S. Wilder, Gary. 

A. D. Upchurch, Apex. 

M. J. Boling, New Hill. 

J. D. Marcom, Morrisville. 

W. W. Utley, Apex. 2. 

N. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 

J. G. Kemp, Wakefield. 

E. W. Green, Wakefield. 

ROBESON.* 

I. J. Belch, Bellamy. 

C. A. Inman, Ashpole. 

L. B. Barnes, Lumberton. 
Allen Hayes, Marietta. 
W. R. Ivey, Lumberton. 
E. C. Nye, Orrum. 
W. R. Surles, Orrum. 
Orren Flowers, Lumberton. 
J. A. Small, Lumberton. 
E. N. Prevatt, Lumberton. 
W. O. Biggs, Fair Bluff. 
M. M. Caddell, Maxton. 
C Arnett, Kingsdale. 
Amos Britt, Lumberton. 
S. J Cobb, Lumber Bridge. 
R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton. 
J. B. Weatherly, Maxton. 
J, Z. Stone, Lumberton. 

D. W. McLean, Maxton. 
W. Bowen, Marietta. 



V7. B. Hedgpeth, Ashpole. 

Dennis Powell, Buie. 

J, A. Cashwell, Parkton. 

J. T. Chavers, Pembroke. 

A. L. Hall, Ashpole. 

r. H. ritman, Hamer, S. C. 

G. W. Turner, McDonald. 

J. C. Baxley, Lowe. 

R. F. DeVane. Red Springs. 

T. S. Tolar, Rennert. 

S. W. Cobb, Rowland. 

R. Humphrey, Lumberton. 

J. M. Sessoms, Sessom. 

R. R. Barnes, Barnesville. 

I. E. Wishart, Lumberton. 

Jos. liuss. Lumberton. 

S. M. Britt, Ashpole. 

Dockery Allen, Tar Heel. 

SAXDY CREEK. 

J. A. Bryan, Aberdeen. 
Gaston Lloyd, Bear Creek. 
J. F. Barrett, Carthage. 
J. T. Pascal, Goldston. 
E. M. Edwards, Ore Hill. 
Josf^ph Powers, Joseph. 
C- C. Jones, Cameron. 
W. C. Petty, Carthage. 
J. E. Spence, Sanford. 
Thomas Davis. Coleridge. 
W. F. Blake, Eagle Springs. 

C. N. Justice, Hadley. 
T. J. Savage, Sanford. 
R. W. Kidd, Joseph. 

W. D. Thomas, Lockville. 
E. V. Straughan, Siler City. 
W. W. Moore, Jonesboro. 

A. M. Walters, Siler City. 

N. A. Gilmore, Tysor's l\Iills. 
0. B. Stroud, Ore Hill. 
H. H. .Jordan, Jordan. 
Levi Maness, Carter's Mills. 
R. F. Andrews, Manndale. 
E. L. Perry, Bynum. 
J. E. Spinney, Pinebluff. 
J. L. Griffin, Pittsboro. 
T. J. Dark, Ore Hill. 
Norman Phillips, Pittsboro. 
W. C. Teague, Siler City. 
G. M. York, Ramseur. 
E. D. Nail, Sanford. 

D. L. Webster, Siler City. 
C. G. Frazier, Staley. 

B. B. Phillips, Bear Creek. 
Neill Dunlap, Longleaf. 

SANDY RUN.* 

A. M. McKinney, Ellenboro. 
S. C. Callihan, Forest City. 



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T. C. Stroud, Hollis. 

J. H. Rupp, Maud, S. C. 

Oscar Padget, Bostic. 

D. W. Hicks, Cliffside. 

J. R. Moore. Caroleen. 

Joseph Mettors, Golden. 

J. D. Houser. Gambbs Store. 

W. S. Tate, Henrietta. 

J. F. Alexander, Forest City. 

J. H. Blanton, Poofs Ford. 

T. B. Gaffney, Henrietta. 

T. Harris, Plenrietta. 

G. M. Cole, Rutherfordton. 

J. W. Horton, Gaffnej- S. C. 

R. M. Wilson, Bostic. 

J. D. Carlton, Sunshine. 

W. H. Gardener, Lattimore. 

J. L. Jolly, Cliffside. 

C. M. Holland, Forest City. 
L. B. Scruggs, Gaffney, S. C. 
R. C. Green, Mooresboro. 

J. T. Rupp, Rutherfordton. 
R. Dycies, Oak Springs. 

SOUTH FORK.* 

T. W. Garrison, Alexis. 
W. A. Sanford, Belmont. 
W. A. Bridges, Lincolnton. 

D. F. Hovis, Stanley. 

M. J. Cochrane, Catawba. 

J. A. Whitener, Newton. 

J. M. Shuford, Dallas. 

L L. Jenkins, Gastonia. 

J. V. Fisher, Gastonia. 

Mrs. Bettie Lowe, Mountain Isl. 

W. Boatright, Hickory. 

M. A. Baldwin, McAdensville. 

W. A. Graham, Machpelah. 

W. H. Hoover, Crouse. 

J. O. Allen, Lincolnton. 

W. Lanier, Dallas. 

W. F. Huggins, Lowell. 

II. A. Gilleland. 

E. S. Whisnant, Maiden. 

M. A. Harwell, McAdensville. 
J. D. Howe, Mt. Holly. 
Roy Williams, Newton. 
W. E. Clark, Maiden. 
W. F. McAllister, Alexis. 
G. W. Cochrane, Newton. 
Osborne Brown, Long Island. 
J. R. Horseley, Hickory. 
L. A. Bangle, Reepsville. 
A. L. Cline, Southside. 
C. W. Huggins, Worth. 
J. E. C. Ford, Lowell. 
W. P. Roney, Newton. 
A. J. Cook, Hickory. 



SOUTH RIVER.* 

G. L. Starling, Godwin. 
S. M. Cooper, Autryville. 
E. A. Jackson, Cooper. 
J. C. Howard, Clinton. 
J. M. Johnson, Dunn. 
H. S. Matthews, Wade. 

D. J. Williams, Autryville. 
W. H. Tripp, Stedman. 

H. H. Edwards, Clinton. 
J. A. Gates, Fayetteville. 
W. 0. Gilbert, Blake. 
G. B. Bledsoe. Autryville. 
M. H. Sessoms, Buckhorn. 
J. B. Bryant, Stedman. 
M. M. Sessoms, Roseboro. 
S. L. Jackson, Lydia. 
H. G. Sessoms, Lydia. 
L. G. Brock, Roseboro. 
C. li. Butler, Clinton. 
II A. Cooper, Clinton. 
0. D. Strickland, Giles Mill. 
H. F. Hayes, Orange. 

E. T. Turlington, Clinton. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 

C. L. Clarke, Eufola. 
J. D. Collins, Troutmans. 

E. F. Eaton, Cleveland. 
James Parks, Spencer. 
V. W. Nickles, Landis. 
R. L. Lowery, Salisbury. 
J. W. Creeson. Corleemee. 

C. R. Myers, Salisbury. 
G. L. White. Cana. 

W. F. Merrill, Fork Church. 
M. J. Hendrix, Mocksville. 
John Hunbarrier, Faith. 
J C. Abernathy, Oak Forest. 
J. W. Deal, Waugh. 

D. C. Livengood, Mocksville. 

F. A. Foster, Mocksville. 
D. F. Moore, Mooresville. 
W. C. Blaylock. Statesville. 
J. R. Wan-en, Waugh. 

H. J. Heilig, Yost. 

W. H. Britt, Spencer. 

N. S. Gaither, County Line. 

F. F. Worten, Statesville. 

G. W. Garland, Salisbury. 
J. 0. Purnell, Statesville. 

G. F. Woodward, Statesville. 

J. A. Reid, Salisbury. 

A. E. Jeffries, Farmington. 

STANLEY.* 

S. T. Gaddy, Albemarle. 
R. D. Thompson, Albemarle. 



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X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVi;^rTIOK. 



W. I. Russell, Albemarle. 
T. M. Sasser, Big Lick. 
W. A. Hough, Cottonvllle. 
J. H. Morgan, Gold Hill. 
J. M. Morgan, Gold Hill. 
W. J. Connell, Brief. 
W. R. Littleton, Dowd. 
L. D. McCarnes, Gold Hill. 

D. W. Garmond, Concord. 
S. L. Morton, Richie. 

J. A. Harrington, Mission. 
J. S. Harris, Big Lick. 
"W. T. Sinclair, Norwood. 

E. F. Eddins, Palmerville. 

E. C. Clayton. Albemarle. 
Ellis Burris, Bridgeport. 
J. W. Smith, Jackdaw. 

J. D. Hudson, Albemarle. 

STONE MOUNTAIN.* 

W. F. Myers, Mulberry. 

S. S. Jennings, Gray. 

C. M. Caudill, Dockery. 

C. P. Andrews, Fair Plain. 

R. C. Cothren, Trap Hill. 

J. B. Burke, Halls Mill. 

S. A. BumEcarner, IMiller's Creek. 

F. C. Hall, Halls Mill. 
Morgan Lyon. Trap Hill. 
Solomon Brown, Mulberry. 
L. B. Myers, Dehart. 

W. J. A. Blevins. New Life. 
Wilborn Woodrup, Moxley, 





STONY FORK.* 


J. F. 


Church, Kelsy. 


L. W. 


Kerley, Blowing Rock, 


John 


Bowles, Bamboo. 


Wm. 


Minton. Mt. Zion. 


B. F. 


Wilcox, McGuire. 


A. B. 


Green. Sugarloaf. 


Noah 


"Winkler, Boone. 


R. L. 


Wagner, Stony Fork. 


W. B 


. Gragg. Grand Father. 


J. C. 


Waters, Summit. 



SmRY.* 

Joe Phillips, Mt. Airy. 

C. F. Carson, Low Cap. 

J. 8. Smith. Bridge. 

J. L. Jones, Rusk. 

K. Thompson, Kapp's Mill. 

H. M. Martin, Ronda. 

J. G. Burns, Rockford. 

Wm. White, White Plains. 

L W. Reece, Mt. Airy. 

A. E. Greece. Edward's Mill. 



J. F. Poindexter, Copeland. 

W. L. Reece, Dobson. 

R. W. Reece, Elkin. 

D. J. Melton, Zsphyr. 

J. L Dimmette, Dimmette. 

J. A. Snow, Dobson. 

F. C. Sprinkle, Rusk. 

F. T. Lewellyn, Haystack. 
R. W. Boyles Pine Ridge. 
D. J. Scott, Siloam. 

N. H. Adams, Venable. 
Freelin Riddle, Belo. 

TAR RR'ER.* 

J. R. Colier, Brinkleyville. 
W. J. Mahone. Brinkleyville. 
J. D. Everett, Bethel. 
C. D. Hemmings, Kitchen. 
J. A. Stunstall, Cokes. 
W. W. Currin, Henderson. 
S. J. Bartholomew, CastaJia, 
J. T. Inscoe, Cedar Rock. 
L. E. Pope, Tillery. 
J. C. Ross, Oak City. 
John Falkner, Engleside. 
W. J. Wilder, Spring Hope. 
O. C. Stallings, Enfield. 
Miss Z. A. Eagles, Crisp. 
W. T. Askew, Epworth. 
J. A. Bridgers. Elm City. 
L. T. Vaughns, Nashville. 
T. M. Cooper, Enfield. 
N. W. Bobbitt. Littleton. 
W. M. Warren. Spring Hope. 
R. L. Avent, Ita. 
H. E. Roderwell, Church Hill. 
O. L. Pitman, Whitakers. 
W. H. Ragsdale, Greenville. 
W. H. Mabry, Essex. 
J. T. Alderman. Henderson. 
T. E. Powell, Whitakers. 
W. G. Hedgepeth. Hobgood. 
L. H. Joyner. Pilot. 
H. J. Cordle. Littleton. 
T. B. Wilder, Loiiisbnrg. 
W. E. Joyner, Nashville. 
J. L. Coleman. Macon. 
J. W. Strange. Maplesville. 
J. C. Duke. Marmaduke. 
W. H. Kimball. Middleburg, 
T. Farrin.gton. Alberta. 

G. T. Shearon. Ransom's Bridge. 
J. H. Ha 1 per. Laurel. 

B. G. Alford. Nashville. 
W. E. Daniel. Henderson. 
L. E. White. Wilson. 
T. West. Cokes. 
M. N. Parish. Henderson. 



Sl'MDAY SCHOOL .SUPERINTENDKNTS. 



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F. C. Furgerson. Rocky Mount. 
J. Daughtridge, Nashville. 
J. A. "^ alentine. Spring Hope. 
J. E. Tyler, Plymouth. 

A. C. Griffin, Nashville. 

B. K. Perry, Sutton. 

T. IT Sledge, Rocky Mount. 
N. A. Gregg, Roanoke Rapids. 
J. B. Strickland, Louisburg. 
W. R. Lancaster, Rocky Mount. 
Sam Gales. Roanoke Rapids. 

A. L. Murray. Samaria. 
P. J. Brewer, Pughs. 

B. Allsbrook, Scotland Neck. 
J. H. Hicks. Vv^ise. 

J. M. Brantley, Union Hope. 
A. T. Barnes, Henderson. 
J. T. Fulford, Spring Hope. 
S. J. F. Ellen, Rocky Mount. 
S. W. O'Neal, Blberon. 

C. J. Austin, Tarboro. 
J. B. Powell, Tillery. 
A. E. Hull, Veni. 

A. T. Barnes, Vaughns. 

W. E. Hawks, Warren Plains. 

J. R. Rodwell, Warrenton. 

E. S. Dawson, Washington. 

R T. Daniel, Weldon. 

J. D. Briggs, Jr., Williamston. 

D. S. Boykin, Wilson. 

THREE FORKS.* 

W. J. Farthing, Watauga Falls. 

L W. Farthing. Sweet Water. 

J. R. Wilson, Reese. 

L. M. Farthing, Matney. 

J. C. Church, Dark Ridge. 

D. D. Daugherty, Boone. 
J. H. Hayse, Hagaman. 

W. W. Sherv/ood, Sugar Grove, 
J. M. Elrod, Blowing Rock. 
J. W. Byrd, Valley Crucis. 

A. E. Normon, Hale. 

W. M. Cannon, Dark Ridge. 

E. Gragg, Forest. 
James, Younce, Whaley. 

B. F. Hodges, Boone. 

W. R. Moore, Rutherwood. 

D. L. Green, Benfield. 
J. C. Chapel. Balm. 

G. W. Younce, Beech Creek. 
It. H. Trivett, Hagaman. 

E. H. Perry, Silver Stone. 
W. N. Howel, Brook Side. 
W. L. Winkler, Moody. 

L. N. Perkins. Boone. 
G. C. Grees, Zionville. 
A. Roten, Zionville. 



TUCKASEIGEE.* 

D. L. Bryson, Beta. 

W. A. Henson, Beta. 

T. C. Bryson, Sylva. 

W. H. Deitz, Webster. 

G. F. Crisp, Deets. 

A. C. Bryson, Willets. 

A. C. Queen, Tuckaseigee. 

W. L. Buchanan, Deets. 

T. C. Dills, Big Ridge. 

R. M. Fisher, Compton. 

K. Howell, Whittier. 

R. G. Snider, Willets. 

Z. V. Watson, Speedwell. 

Lee Pangle, Dillsboro. 

Wm. Knight, Bessie. 

J. W. Cagle. Webster. 

H. W. Ward, Dillsboro. 

M. M. Buchanan, Wilmot 

W. L. Henson. Painter. 

W. A. Wilson, Glenville. 

S. B. Melton, Custer. 

Allen Brown, Tuckaseigee. 

Miss Dora Cook, Rich Mountain. 



J. A. Helms, Unionville, 1. 

J. S. Simpson, Monroe, 2. 

F. A. Marsh, Marshville, 1. 

R. W. Helms, Monroe, 4. 

J. W. Dees, Marshville. 

W. T. Bancom, Monroe, 6. 

A. M. Newsome, Wingate, 1. 

W. F. Griffin, Marshville. 

R. Pope. Unionville. 1. 

J. T. E'ack, V/axhaw. 

J. C. Morgan, Marshville. 

N. A. Funderbuck. Monroe, 4. 

.1. W. Bivens, Wingate. 

N. W. Bivens. Wingate. 

T. F. James, Unionville, 2. 

W. E. Williams. Unionville, 2. 

F. B. Ashcraft, Monroe. 

M. L. Davis, Monroe, 1. 

J. T. Collins, White's Store. 

J. E. Sustar, Matthaws. 

J. R. Haire, Monroe, 1. 

.James Earington, Marshville, 5. 

W. H. Long, Monroe. 

N. G. Thomas, Peachland, 1. 

J. B. Underwood, Monroe, 5. 

W. L. Parker, Olive Branch. 

M. L. Baker, Monroe, 1. 

T. F. Bryant, Olive Branch. 

M. N. Bivens, Monroe, 2. 

D. C. Montgomery, Monroe, 4. 

Walter Pre.sley, Monroe, 6. 



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A. B. Helms, Monroe, 6. 

L L. Parker, Monroe, 1. 

Z. W. Newell, Mineral Springs. 

WEST CHOWAN.* 

W. H. Miller, Ahoskie. 

E. C. Harrell, Aulander. 

Solon Jernigan, BetMehem. 

Yi. C. Hughes, Coleraine. 

Vv". J. Cowan, Cofield. 

S. P. Winborn, Como. 

H. J. Ward, Evansville. 

T. Gilliam, Windsor. 

C. S. Godwin, Ahoskie. 

J. P. Freeman, Winton. 

J. W. Holloman. Harrellsville. 

W. B. Felton, Coleraine. 

J. P. Slade, Aulander. 

J. W. Britton, Creeksville. 

J. R. Stephenson, Garysburg. 

J. W. Rose. Margarettsville. 

E. W. White. Windsor. 

J. M. Powell, Harrellsville. 

G. M. HoUoman, Woodland. 

G P. Bazemore. Cahaba. 

J. H. Bov.'en, Askewville. 

P. J. Long, Jackson. 

C. L. L. Cobb. Kelford. 
J. R. Phelps, Sans Souci. 
W. J. Barnes. Lewiston. 
Jordan Edwards. Marge'ttsville. 

D. W. Britton, Rosemead. 
W. S. Nelson. Murfreesboro. 
T. J. Stephenson, Seaboard. 
J. W. Boone, Union. 

H. V. Scarborough. Murfr'sboro. 
A. E. Saunders, Aulander. 
W. J. Edwards, Garysburg. 
C. R. Harrell, Potecasi. 
C. A. Dunning, Annetta. 

A. V. Cobb, Lewiston. 

J. P. Holloman, Rich Square. 
J. H. Hoggard, Rehoboth. 
G. D. Leggett, Woodland. 
B F. Martin, Conway. 

E. L. Bishop, Roxobel. 
J. R. Crocker. Seaboard. 

B. Leggett, Windsor. 

J. N. Stephenson, Severn. 
R. L. Edwards, St. John's. 
J. E. Mathews, Union. 
J. S. Mitchell, Winton. 

C. H. Griffin, Woodland. 



WILMINGTON.* 

W. H. Lewis, Atkinson. 
W. R. Atkinson, Sloop Point. 
T. W. Stallings, Wallace. 
W. R. Anderson, Keith. 
H. C. Wilton, Montague. 

E. S. Edwards, Wilmington. 
J. T. Bland, Burgaw. 

J. H. McDougal, Wilmington, 
T. W. Marshall, Canetuck. 
J. L. Watson, St. Caswell. 
W. E. Taylor, Catherine Lake. 
Sam Blossom Castle Haynes. 
S. C. Hall, Wilmington. 
Ernest Huffman, Richlands. 
W. H. Barnhill. Atkinson. 
R. P. Hinton, Jacksonville. 

B. C. Malpass, Brisk. 

H. F. Brinson, Long Creek. 
J. P. Herring, Masonboro. 
W. J. Hollingsworth, Currie. 

C. Harrell, S. Washington. 
T. W. Woody, Wilmington, 

F. C. Shepard, Rocky Point. 
W. W. Larkins, Long Link. 
W. T. Moore, Atkinson. 

R. B. Moore. Wilmington. 

D. N. Page, Tar Landing. 

A. F. Bland, Teacheys. 
L. R. Highsmith, Bland. 
J. B. Han by, Wilmington. 
R. T. Rivenbark. Willard. 
R. T. Brown, Nat Moore. 

YADKIN.* 

P. G. Scott, Shoals. 
J. H. Smoot, Sheffield. 

C. R. Transou. Boonville. 
J. C. Reece, Boonville. 

J. H. Sailor, Mana. 

W. N. Horn, East Bend. 

H. J. Mickey. Poindexter. 

E. T. Davis, Conrad's. 
L. A. Speas, Huntsville. 

D. M. Holcomb, Jonesville. 

E. W. Turner, Richmond Hill. 
Mrs. D. G. Wagoner, Longtown. 
D. G. Reece, Charity. 

H. H. Renegar, Footville. 

B. D. Hauser, Panther Creek, 



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WOMEN'S MISSION AND SUNBEAM SOCIETIES. 

President: Miss Fanxie E. S. Heck, Raleigh, N C. 
Secretary and Treasurer: Mrs. W. N. Joxes, Raleigh. N. C 



Associations. 



Vice President for Association. 



!2i 



Alexander 

Alleghany-Grayson 
Ashe- 



Allantic ..J Mrs. C. B. Paul, Davis 

Beulah I Mrs. Mattie Jennings, Blanche 

Bladen I 

Brier Creek. i 

Brushy Mountain j Mi-s. James McNeill, Wilkesboro 

Baneonibe i Miss E, A. Draughon. Asheville 

Brunswick Mrs. David Ward, Suburb 

Caldwell i 

Cape Fear-Columbus J 

Carolina i ■ .. 

Catawba River 

Cedar Creek j Mrs. D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills 

Central i Mrs. R. J. Conyers, Youngsville 

Chowan I 

Eastern 1 Mrs. Florence Stewart, Clinton 

Elkin I 

Flat River 1 Mrs. C. D Rav, Oxford 

French Broad I Mrs. M. G. Hudgins. Marshall 

Green River I Mrs J. A. Grayson, Rutherfordtou 

Haywood i Mrs. B. F. Hill, Clyde 

Johnston 1 Mrs. Ashley Home, Oayton 

King's Mountain Mrs. T. J. Ramsaur, Cleveland Mill.s__ 

Liberty ; Mrs. G. P. Harrill, Thomasville 

Liberty-Ducktowu 

Little River 

Macon 



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114.44 


8 


lt)4i 


198.68 



Mecklenburg-Cabarrus.. 

Mitchell 

Mon tgomery 

Mount Zion 

Neu.se 

New Found 

Pee Dee 

Piedmont 

Pilot Mountain 

Raleigh 

Robeson 



70i 24.00 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 

Mrs. 
Mrs. 

Mrs 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



L. D. Price, Charlotte, R. F D. 
Lucretia Young, Ledger 



Chas. L . Haywood, Durham. 
H. L. Grant, Goldsboro 



Sandy Creek j Mrs 

Sandy Run 

South Fork 

South River 

South Yadkin... 

Stanley 

Stone Mountain. 

Htony Fork 

Surry . 



Tar River 

Tennessee River 

Three Forks 

Transylvania 

Tuckaseigee 

Union 

West Chowan 

Western North Carolina 

Wilmington 

Yadkin 

Yancey 

No Association given 



Total. 



Mrs 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



T. B. Henry, Wadesboro 

J. C. Murchison, Greensboro. 
A. L. Belts, Winston-Salem.. 

E. L. Middleton, Cary 

H. B Pope, Lumberlon 

G. P. Dowell, Carthage 

T. G. Hamrick, Caroleen 

Beeler Moore, Gastonia 

S. A. Howard. Salem burg 

Delia Burk. Statesville 

T. A. Burris, Albemarle 



81 
19 

4 
34 
31 

4 
181 

81 
241 
18 i 
31 
18| 

9 

ll' 
13 
26 

3 



1681. 

303; 

,•3 
7S01, 

55o: 

.35' 
208 
232 
402 
.522 
589 
212 

75 
119 
251 
289 

58 



058.63 
179.70 

24.15 
916.27 
770. 81 
2.20 
427.85 
610.90 
606.04 
537. 76 
857.09 
355.17 

73.13 
496.00 
344.74 
408. 67 

72.50 



Miss Margaret Shields, Scotland Neck 



15 10.00 
74711,607.84 



Mrs. W. F. Watson, Monroe .. 
Mrs. Kate Griffin, Woodland . 



625 



&0 
50 
44 

981 
40 

150 



21 



237.79 
1,066.83 



.348.55 



3.80 
21.40 



11,07617158.49 



Compare number of societies and their membership, as given above, with that 
of churches and their membership, as given in table of "Summary of .Associa- 
tional Statistics," and the area of our Woman's work may be approximated. 



64 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



HISTORICAL TABLE 



Year 


Place of Meeting. 


President. 


Recording Secretaries. 


1S30 


Greenville 


Patrick W. Dowd. 
-do 


R. S Blount 


1831 


Koger.s' X Roads 


N Q. Smith 


1832 
18:53 


Reeve's Chapel 

Can ledge's Creek _ _ 


Wm. P. Biddle 

...do .. . 


A.J Battle... 

Amos J. Battle 


1834 


Cashie ,__ .. 


Alfred Dockery 

do 

do . 


. ..do 


18:35 
1836 


Union Camp Gr.iuad 

County Line . . 


James Mac Daniel 

do 


18:37 
1838 


May's Chapel 

Brown's 


do 

do 


do 

do 


1839 


Grassy Creek ._ . 


.do 


do 


1840 


JohnstoD Liberty. 


do _ 


do 


1841 


_.do 


do. 


. .- do 


1842 


Meherrin.. 


Thomas Meredith. 
do 

Alfred Dockery 

Thomas Mt-redith. 
....do 


J. J Finch 


1843 
1844 


Boiling Springs . 

Raleigh 


do 

John B. White 


1845 


do 


J. J. Finch 


1846 


do . 


- ...do 


1847 
18JS 


Friendship 

Rockford . . 


Allrei Dockery... 
.do. ... 


J. J. Palmer 

do 


1849 


Oxford 

Louisburg 


James McDaniel.. 
do 


do 


1850 


do 


1S51 


WilniingiOQ _ 


do 


do 


1852 


SmithflHd 

New Bt^rn 


.... do 


do 


1853 


do 


. ... do 


1851 


P'avetieville 


.. ..do. 


.■\. McDowell 


1855 


Warrenton 


do 


George \V. Johnson 


1856 


Raleigh . 


cto 




1857 


■ Hertford... . 


.do._ 


do 


18.58 


Raleisih - 


. .do 


d J 


1859 


Charlotte . 


do 


do. 


1860 


noldsi)oro 

Raleigh 


.. ..do _ 


W. T. Brooks 


1.S61 


do 


do 


1862 


^vakeF'orest 


do 


J D. Huffham 


1863 


Raleigh . . 


.do . 


do T. J. Knapp 


1864 


Warrenton.. 


. do . . 


.. ..do 


1865 


(•'orestville 


do. 


do C. E. Dunn 


I8(J6 


Raleigh.... 


do. 


do W J. Piilmer 


1867 


Wi niingtou 


.do 


do T M. Hughes 


1867 


(inldshoro 

Hillshoro .. . 


.... do. 


J. L. Carroll, G. W Sauderlin.. 


1S6S 


Samuel G. Mason. 

W. T. Brooks 

do 


do do 


1869 


New Bern 


.do . . do . 


1870 


Ralei-jh 


do do 


1871 


Chiirlotte . 


. .. do .. 


N. B. Cobb, N. B. Hroughton 


1872 


•FMyetteville 


do 


do do 


1873 


Warrenton . . 


do 


do... .C. .VL Cooke 


1874 


Wilmington 


J M Heck 

Jiihn K^rr ... 


do . E. R. Underwood 


1875 


Shelbv . . 


J D. Huffham do 


1876 


Raleigh 

l>urhani .. 

Charlotte • 


(" .M. i->oke 


do do 


1S77 
187S 


J'>hn Kerr 

Win. A Gr;iham,.Tr 
Need ham B. i obb 
do 


do Wm. Biggs 

Wm. Biggs, (i. W Greene 

do N.I.SliHW.. 


1879 


Oxford 


18S0 


(lOldsboro 


do N. B. Brouiihton 


1881 


Will tnn... 


do 


do W. L. Wright 


1S82 


Warr.nton 


J C Scarbnrotigh. 
do 


N. B. Broughlou, N. L Hhaw 


1883 


Edenton. . 


do ' ... ..do 


1884 


Ilaleigh . 


do 


. do .. .do. 


1885 


Reldsville 


C T. Bailey . 


do G. W. Greene 


1886 


Wilmington 


do. 


. . .do .dr> . 


1887 


Durham ... . 


W. H. Pace 


.. ..do do 


1888 


fjreenshoro .. 


. . do. 


. . do .. do 


1^89 


Henderson 


L. L. Polk 


. . .do ..do 


1890 


Sheliiv 


do 


do .. do 


ISHl 
1892 


f4oldsboro 

Rdeigh 


R. H. Marsh ....... 

do 


do N. B. Cobb... 

do. do 


ls93 


Rllzaijelh City 

Charlotte 


. do 


. . .do . ..do 


Ks9« 


do .. 


. .do do 


1 H95 


(Jri'ensboro _ 


do 


do do 


1896 


Morganton , 

Oxford 


do 


.do HigbtC Moore- 


HiC 


do... 


do do 


1S9H 


Greenville . 


do 


do do . 


18!>9 


Ashevllle 


do 


do ...do 


1900 


Raleigh 


do 


do ..do 


1901 


Wi'Rion-Salem . ... 


.......do 


do..' do 


1902 


Durham 


do. 


.... do do.. 


1903 


("hiirlotle 


do 


. . .do. do .. 


1904 


Ellzahpih City 

Raleigh 


do ... . 


do do 


19a") 


W. N.Jones 


. do do 











HISTORICAI. TABLE. 



65 



OF THE CONVENTION. 



Corresponding Secretary. 


Treasurer. 


Preacher of Introductory 
Sermon. 


Johu Armstrong 


Henry Austin 


Samuel Wait. 


do 


. ..do .. . 


John Armstrong. 
Wrn.P. Biddle. 


. . .do 


do. 


do 


Charles McAlister.. 


Divid S. u iliiams. 


do. .. . -. 


.... do. 




do 


William Ro'ps 


John Kerr. 


do 


Amos J. Battle 


John Armstrong. 


Wm. H. Jordan. . 


do... . 


A. J. Battle 


do. -. . . 


. . .do 




do 


. ...do 


J^hn .\rmstiong. 


. .. do _ _ . . .. 


. . .do .. 




do 


do 


Win. Hill Jordan 


do 


Jainrs S. Purefoy.... 


J.J. Finci). 


- ...do 


do 


Eli Phillips. 
R. McNabb 


S J. wbeeler „ 


do 


J. J. Fliuh ....... 


do ... . 


G.M. Thompson. 
W.T.Brooks. 


do 


do 


1 . .do .. .. . 


.do .. . 


J.S. Purefov 


.t. J. Jat!ies . 


do 




Wra. A Sbaw 


do 


C R. Heruirickson 


John H. Lacy . 


do 


John B.White 




do. 


Wm. Hooper. 


.. .do. .. 


do ... .. . - 


A. McDo^reli .. 


do 


R.J. Devil) 


T. S. Yarburough ... 


do. -. - . 


A. McDowell. 


W. M. NVingate. . 


do 


T. W. Tobev. 


_do. . 


do- 


Address by President. 
T.E. Skinner 


T. E ykinner 


. -do 


A. J. P^merson ... 


do 


T. H Pritcliard 


do 


do 


J.S. Walthall. 


B. F. Manible 


S.y.Biddle 


H.Pettv. 


None 


James S. Pnrefov ... 


John xMitchell. 


N. B. Cobb * 


do 


N.B.Cobb. 


do 


do 


Address by President. 


.. ..do . 


do 


W M. Win eat 0. 


do 


do 


A. McDowell. 


W. T. Walters, 


do 


J. B.Hardwick. 


do 


do 


Jas. P. Boyce of S. Carolina. 


.... do 


do 


J.L.Carroll. 


do 


do 


John Mitchell. 


do 


do 


J.L.Carroll. 


J D. Huflbam 


do 


William Rovall. 


do 


John G. Williams... 


W. M. Wingate. 


do 


do 


J.C. Hi.len. 


df) 


do 


R. H.. Marsh. 


J. B. Richardson 


do 


C.T.Bailev. 


do 


do 


H.A.Brown. 


do 


do 


T. W. Babb. 


do 


N. B. Broughton 


[Not recorded.] 
J..\. Miiiuiv 


John E. Rav ..... 


Jordan Woinble, Jr. 
B. F. Montague 


do 


a. H. Griffith. 


do 


do '^ 


F. H.Jonts. 


.do . . 


do 


T.E. Skinner. 


do 


do 


H. A. Brown. 


do 


.... do 


A. G. McManawav. 


do 


John T. Pullen 


("..\. Jen kens. 


. ...do 


do 


J. M. McManawav. 


do 


T.H. Brings 


R.T VaiiU. 


do 


Fabius H. Briggs. . 


H.W. Battle. 


C. Durhan;i .... 


W.S. Grandy 


B.Cade. 


do 


J. D. Boushall 


J.S. Dill. 


do 


- .do . . 


T. H.Pritchard. 


do 


do 


Thomas Hume. 


do 


do 


J..S. Hardawav. 


do 


do 


J. W.Carter. 


- - -do 


do . 


T.J. Taylor. 


John E. White.- . 


do 




do 


do 


J. B. Richard.'son. 


do 


do ■ 


A.C. Barron. 


do 


do 


W.S. Penick. 


do . 


do 


R.T. Van n. 


Livingston Johnson.. ... 


Walters Durham 


W. v(. Vines. 


dS 


... do.. . 


W.C.Tyree. 
C S Blackwell 


do 


do 


do 


do .... 


C. W.Duke. 


do.. ... 


do 


J. W.Lvnch. 


do 


do.. 


J. M. Frost (of Tenn.) 







* Superintendent of Army Colportageand Missions for three years. 



66 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



REVIEW OF FACTS. 



From 1,741 of the 1,816 white Baptist churches in the State re- 
ports have been received and tabulated. The figures are in some 
respects incomplete. Thus, Associational Missions, when conducted 
in connection with the State Board, is properly included under State 
Missions; but this has not always been so reported, and hence the 
aggregate for State Missions is short of the true mark. Similarly, 
the column for Sunday-school Missions is more often blank than the 
actual coutributions justify, since in the associational minutes it is 
sometimes grouped with State Missions and sometimes in the col- 
umn of "Other Objects." Yet these statistics for the Conventional 
year now closing are the best obtainable at present, and it is be- 
lieved they will be of service to the brotherhood. 

Aggregates. — Membership figures are reported from 1,657 churches, 
the total being 174,125. Baptisms numbered 9,801 from 1,149 
churches. There was reported for State Missions, $22,250.90; for 
Foreign Missions, $21,545.62; for the Orphanage, $18,714.74; for 
Home Missions, $11,489.89; for Ministerial Education, $3,507.69; for 
Aged Ministers, $2,156.49; for Sunday-school Missions, $615.33; the 
grand total being $80,280.64. 

Contributing Churches. — As to the number of churches reporting 
support for the various benevolences: there were 1,238 which con- 
tributed to State Missions; 1,163 to the Orphanage; 1,105 to Foreign 
Missions; 1,014 to Home Missions; 719 to Ministerial Education; 617 
to Aged Ministers; and 146 to Sunday-school Missions. There were 
97 that reported offerings for all these benevolences. 

Associations Leading. — The Tar River stands first in number of 
churches (91), in baptisms (741), in contributions to State Mis- 
sions ($2,573.67), and to the Orphanage ($2,073.67). The West 
Chowan is first in membership (10,496), and in its gifts to Ministe- 
rial Education ($373.25). The Mount Zion leads in contributions 
to Home Missions ($1,060.98), to Aged Ministers ($251.54), to Sun- 
day-school Missions ($133.28), and in total contributions ($6,161.98). 
The South Fork leads in its gifts to Foreign Missions ($1,466.47). 

Churches Leading. — Asheville First leads in membership with 
964, in its gifts to Foreign Missions ($1,000), and in its total benevo- 
lent contributions, which amounted to $2,594. For State Missions 
Raleigh First led with $644.92, the $775.45 reported from Charlotte 
pices of the State Board. For Home Missions Charlotte First led 



Note— The 1905 report from Tar River was not obtiiinable In time for insertion in 
tables. The total for this year Is ascertained to be over SIOOO for State Missions and 
over $.5,000 for Orphanage. Moreover. Scotland Neck goes bevond Lnmberton with 
an offering of 882,5.50 for the Orphanage. 



KEVIEW OF FACTS. 67 

First going in part to City Missions, which M'as not under the aus- 
With $526.40; for the Orphanage Lumberton with $516.28; for Minis- 
terial Education Raleigh First with $162.35; for Aged Ministers Dur- 
ham First with $50; for Sunday-school Missions Raleigh Tabernacle 
with $42.47. In number of baptisms Buie's Creek led with 85. 

Per Capita Contributions. — In five Associations the average be- 
nevolent contribution per member was more than $1. The Neuse 
stands first at $1.59; the Mecklenburg-Cabarrus second at $1.31; the 
Central third at $1.15; the Piedmont fourth at $1.06; and the Bun- 
combe fifth at $1.03. The average contribution of our membership 
as here reported for the seven regular Conventional objects was 46 
cents. 

Blanks. — As reported there are 138 churches that ai-e pastorless; 
592 had no baptisms; while of 84 the number of members has not 
been obtainable. And there are 327 churches that report no benevo- 
lent contributions. Two Associations (Elkin and New Found) are 
blank in all benevolences. In addition to these, the Alleghany- 
Grayson, Stone Mountain and Stony Fork reported nothing for State 
Missions; Alexander, Alleghany-Grayson, Brier Creek, Brushy Moun- 
tain, Stony Fork and Tennessee River nothing for Home Missions; 
and the Alleghany-Grayson nothing for Foreign Missions; while all, 
except these two, gave to the Orphanage. Twenty-five Associations 
are blank in the column for Ministerial Education; eighteen in that 
for Aged Ministers, and thirty-five in that for Sunday-school Mis- 
sions. 

Sunday-school Status. — From the quite incomplete data at hand 
we find that 343 of the 1,741 churches named are known not to have 
Sunday-schools; while in connection with the remaining 1,398 
churches there are reported 1,290 Sunday-schools with an enrollment 
of 104,534 and a teaching force of 9,381. As to baptisms from the 
Sunday-school there are reports from 27 Associations, the total being 
2,251. Forty-three branch schools are reported in 18 Associations. 
There are 579 evergreen Sunday-schools in 39 Associations. In 
number of Sunday-schools the Tar River leads with 84. Only the 
Carolina and the Macon report more Sunday-schools than churches, 
while the same number of both Sunday-schools and churches is re- 
ported from Catawba River, Kings Mountain and Sandy Run. The 
Mecklenburg-Cabarrus alone reports the Sunday-school enrollment 
larger than chu'rch membership. The Chowan leads in number of 
branch schools (10) and in number of officers and teachers (641). 
The Robeson leads with 46 in number of evergreen Sunday-schools 
and with 210 in number of baptisms from schools. With an offer- 
ing of $133.28 the Mt. Zion stands first in its contributions to Sunday- 
school Missions. For inspiration and instruction general Sunday- 
school meetings (that is either Sunday-school Conventions, or fifth 
Sunday meetings devoted to Sunday-school topics, or institutes), are 
reported from every Association except Brunswick and Catawba 
River. ' 



68 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Woman's Work. — From 11 associations no societies are reported. 
In the remaining 49 there are 625 societies witn a membership of 
11,076, and during the year their contributions to missions aggre- 
gated $17,158.49. In number of societies the Tar River leads with 45, 
the "West Chowan being a close second at 44, while there are more 
than 30 societies each in the Green River, Mount Zion, Neuse and 
Robeson. In membership the societies of West Cliowan lead with 901 
while the following eight others have moi'e than 500 each: Atlantic, 
Central, Green River, Mt. Zion, Neuse, Raleigh, Robeson and Tar 
River. Something less than one-sixteenth of our total membership 
is in these societies, yet they have given during the year nearly one- 
fourth of the total contributions to State, Home and Foreign Mis- 
sions, the societies of the Mt. Zion leading their sisters with $1,916.27. 

Every Su^■DAY Preaching. — In thirty-two Associations there are 
no churches reporting preaching every Sunday. In the other twenty- 
eight Associations sixty-nine churches have full-time preaching, the 
Tar River leading v.'ith twelve such churches and the Chowan com- 
ing next with six. 

DKNOMiXATioxAi ROSTERS. — Five lists are herewith given, embrac- 
ing more than 2,400 names and addresses: (1) The fifteen foreign 
missionaries from North Carolina, eleven of whom are at work 
under the auspices of our Foreign Mission Board; (2) the fifteen 
North Carolina students in the Southern Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary, eight of whom, as indicated, will be ready for permanent pas- 
toral work next spring; (3) the 1,100 ordained ministers, 595 of 
whom are reported as pastors; (4) the 1,225 Sunday-school superin- 
tendents whose names are in hand; and (5) the moderators and 
clerks of the various Associations, together with the place and time 
of the next annual meetings. 

North Carolina Baptists Comparatively, — In the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention (fourteen States and Indian Territory, Oklahoma 
and District of Columbia), North Carolina Baptists, as shown in 
table, stand first in number of Sunday-schools; first in Sunday-school 
enrollment; third in baptisms and in 'miscellaneous benevolences; 
fourth in membership; fifth in number of churches, sixth in num- 
ber of Associations, in salaries and home expenses, in missionary 
ofi'erings, and in aggregate contributions; and eighth in value of, 
church property. The constituency of this Convention embraces a 
little more than one-tenth of Southern Baptists (white), about one 
twenty-sixth of all the Baptists in the United States (including col- 
ored), and about one-thirtieth of the total Baptist membership of 
the world. Adding the membership of both white and colored it is 
seen that nearly one-seventeenth of the Baptists of the earth are 
in North Carolina. 



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