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ANNUAL 



OF THE 



NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST 
STATE CONVENTION 

1915 



Raleigh, N. C. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. 

1915 



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 member 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 support Chris- 
tian education in the institutions fostered by the Convention; to 
educate young men called of God to the ministry and approved by 
the churches to which they belong; 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 wor- 
ship; to promote all agencies of social betterment; to encourage the 
proper care of indigent orphan children and destitute and aged min- 
isters of the gospel, and to cooperate with the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention in all its departments of labor. 

3. This Convention shall meet annually, on. Tuesday 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 Corresponding 
Secretary, a Treasurer, an Auditor, and five Trustees. The Presi- 
dent, Vice-Presidents, and Recording Secretaries shall be elected by 
the Convention, after a nomination, in open meeting; other officers 
are to be elected, after nomination by a committee appointed for 
that purpose. The Corresponding Secretaries of the boards of the 
Convention are to be elected as the Convention may determine. 

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 Biblical 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 receipts 
and disbursements, and, on retiring from his office, turn over to his 
successor all moneys, papers, and books belonging thereto. 



4 7f. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

8. The Trustees shall secure and hold the title to any and all prop- 
erty belonging to, or which may be acquired by, the Convention 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 in the em- 
ployment and payment of missionaries, and labor to promote the 
cultivation and development of Christian benevolence. 

11. The Board of Education shall foster and promote all the edu- 
cational interests of the Convention. 

12. The Board of Missions shall encourage the churches to give 
liberally to all objects of the Convention; so far as the means at its 
disposal will allow, supply all destitute portions of the State with 
faithful and efficient ministers of the gospel; give pecuniary aid, as 
far as can be secured, for building houses of worship at proper points 
in the State, and in cases where pecuniary aid cannot be given, com- 
mend them to the beneficence of the churches; encourage the distri- 
bution and study of the Bible and a sound religious literature in the 
homes, in the churches, and in the Sunday Schools; encourage Sun- 
day School conventions and institutes; continue and, so far as it may 
be able and the growth of this work may require, enlarge the Baptist 
Book Store, and cooperate with the missionary and Sunday School 
work of the Southern Baptist Convention. The board shall appoint 
of their number a committee 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 bounds 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. 

13. The board shall be appointed annually, and report to each ses- 
sion of the Convention. 

14. The Convention year shall close on Tuesday night after the 
third Sunday in November. 

15. The boards of the Convention shall fix the compensation of 
their respective officers and that of the Treasurer and Correspond- 
ing Secretary of the Convention. 

16. This Constitution may be changed or amended on any day but 
the last of any annual session of the Convention by two-thirds of 
those present when the vote is taken voting in the affirmative. 



OFFICERS 



president: 
JOHN A. OATES Fayetteville 

VICE-PKESIDENTS. 

E. F. AYDLETT Elizabeth City 

T. S. FRANKLIN Charlotte 

C. B. WALLER Asheville 

RECORDING SECRETARIES : 

CHARLES E. BREWER Raleigh 

WALTER M. GILMORE Louisburg 

TREASURER : 

WALTERS DURHAM Raleigh 

AUDITOR : 

F. H. BRIGGS Raleigh 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: 

WALTER N. JOHNSON Raleigh 

TRUSTEES : 

W. N. JONES Raleigh 

D. L. GORE Wilmington 

H. C. BRIDGER Bladenboro 

L. R. PRUETT Charlotte 

F. P. SHIELDS Scotland Neck 



BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION, .1914-1915 



BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. 

John E. Ray, C. L. Haywood, J. D. Boushall, A. E. Brown, S. W. 
Brewer, C. E. Maddry. L. E. M. Freeman, F. P. Hobgood, T. W. 
O'Kelley, C. J. Hunter, L. Johnson, W. N. Jones, J. C. Scarborough, 

C. H. Griffin, W. A. Cooper, C. M. Beach, A. H. Mooneyham, W. L. 
Poteat, H. C. Moore, R. N. Simms, W. R. Cullom, T. J. Taylor, T. M. 
Pittman, J. H. Weathers, G. T. Lumpkin, A. I. Justice, R. A. McFar- 
land, B. W. Spilman, D. G. Washburn, J. Y. Joyner, J. H. Highsmith, 
R. T. Vann, M. L. Kesler, E. F. Aydlett, N. A. Dunn, C. F. Meserve, 
Clarence Poe, T. B. Parker, T. M. Arrington, P. S. Vann, W. F. Mar- 
shall, P. S. Carlton, B. Craig, C. B. Waller, J. M. Hilliard, T. B. 
Davis, D. J. Hunt, C. C. Wright, I. M. Mercer, J. S. Farmer, E. McK. 
Goodwin, M. B. Dry, R. H. Gower, C. W. Blanchard, J. C. Clifford, 
Claude Gore, J. A. Durham, W. A. Smith, J. M. Stoner, W. C. Barrett, 
T. W. Chambliss, J. T. Riddick, J. B. Stroud, A. E. Tate, J. M. 
Broughton, Jr., C. C. Smith, J. G. Gregory. 

Assoc iatio.xal Memisers — Alleghany and Grayson, R. L. Doughton; 
Ashe, H. A. Eller; Alexander, L. P. Gwaltney;'.Z?ettZa7&, C. M. Murchi- 
son; Bladen, F. S. Averitt; Brier Creek, N. T. Jarvis; Brushy Moun- 
tain, R. A. Spainhour; Brunswick, D. I. Watson; Buncombe, A. E. 
Brown; Caldwell, Y. D. Moore; Carolina, C. M. Toms; Cedar Creek, 

D. C. Rogers; Central, D. I. Greene; Catawba River, E. McK. Good- 
win; Cape Fear, J. R. Williamson; Chowan, I. N. Loftin; Cumber- 
land, J. A. Oates; Eastern, C. E. Daniel; Elkin, J. I. Dimette; Flat 
River, T. H. Street; French Broad, R. L. Moore; Green River, G. A. 
Martin; Hayicood, J. L. Morgan; Johnston, A. C. Hamby; Kings 
Mountain, A. C. Irvin; Liberty, R. S. Green; Liberty-Ducktown, J. F. 
McGee; Little River, E. H. Ballentine; Macon, W. L. Bradley; Meck- 
lenburg-Cabarrus, L. R. Pruett; Mitchell, L. H. Green; Montgomery, 
I. M. Page; Mount Zion, W. S. Olive; Ne use-Atlantic, G. T. Watkins; 
New Found, R. H. Hipps; Pee Dee, Bruce Benton; Piedmont, R. G. 
Kendrick; Pilot Mountain, H. A. Brown; Raleigh, W. R. Beach; 
Robeson, C. L. Greaves; Sandy Creek, W. H. H. Lawhon; South 
Fork, J. D. Elliott; South River, E. T. Turlington; South Yadkin, 
J. M. Hendrix; Stanly, R. P. Walker; Stone Mountain, J. S. Kilby; 
Surry, J. G. Burrus; Tar River, Ivey Allen; Tennessee River, J. S. 
Woodard; Three Forks, J. C. Horton; Transylvania, E. Allison; 
Tuckaseigee, T. C. Bryson; Union, J. W. Bivens; West Chowan, 
J. F. Cale; Western North Carolina, J. T. Piatt; Yadkin, M. L. 
Woodhouse; Yancey, B. B. Riddle; Wilmington, W. G. Hall. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 7 

MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD. 

H. A. Foushee, R. H. Riggsbee, W. J. Brogden, A. L. Hipps, J. P. 
McDuffie, J. M. Arnette, C. C. Smith, J. J. Hurt, J. T. Riddick. 

Associate Members— W. C. Barrett, C. H. Durham, D. L. Gore, 
E. W. Timberlake, C. J. Hunter, W. C. Dowd, J. M. Stoner, A. John- 
son, A. D. Ward, J. M. Broughton, Jr. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Ex officio — W. L. Poteat, Wake Forest; C. E. Brewer, Raleigh; 
G. E. Lineberry, Murfreesboro. 

Three-Year Class— W. N. Jones, Raleigh; J. J. Hurt, Durham; 
C. W. Mitchell, Aulander; C. H. Durham, Winston-Salem; J. B. 
Stroud, Greensboro. 

Two-Year Class— C. W. Scarborough, Murfreesboro; F. P. Hob- 
good, Jr., Greensboro; A. L. Phipps, Durham; M. Leslie Davis, Beau- 
fort; C. W. Blanchard, Kinston. 

One-Year Class— H. A. Foushee, Durham; C. B. Waller, Asheville; 
J. A. Durham, Charlotte; C. L. Greaves, Lumberton; F. B. Ashcraft, 
Monroe. 



TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE. 

For two years closing 1918— J. T. J. Battle, R. D. Caldwell, C. M. 
Cooke, W. E. Daniel, Carey J. Hunter, John A. Oates, W. S. Rankin, 
R. P. Thomas, T. H. King,. R. T. Vann, A. D. Ward, E. Y. Webb. 

For four years closing 1920— R. A. McFarland, T. H. Briggs, W. C. 
Dowd, J. D. Elliott, F. P. Hobgood, Livingston Johnson, M. L. Kesler, 
Stephen Mclntyre, C. W. Mitchell, G. A. Norwood, Jr., J. M. Parrott, 
Clarence H. Poe, R. E. Royall. 

For six years closing 1922— E. F. Aydlett, J. A. Campbell, W. J. 
Ferrell, J. D. Hufham, G. E. Lineberry, R. H. Marsh, R. L. Moore, 
E. A. Tate, J. C. Scarborough, G. T. Stephenson, E. W. Timberlake, 
W. H. Reddish. 



TRUSTEES OF MEREDITH COLLEGE. 

For term expiring 1915— Joseph D. Boushall, Samuel W. Brewer, 
S. R. Home, Benjamin F. Huntley, James Y. Joyner, Martin L. Kes- 
ler, Beeler L. Moore, William L. Poteat. 

For term expiring 1917— Abner E. Brown, Locke Craig, Wesley N. 
Jones, Stephen Mclntyre, Jeter C. Pritchard, Robert H. Riggsbee, 
Robert N. Simms, William A. Thomas, George T. Watkins. 

For term expiring 1919— John T. J. Battle, Samuel M. Brinson, 
A. G. Cox, Edward McK. Goodwin, Carey J. Hunter, Livingston 
Johnson, John E. Ray, Frank P. Shields. 



8 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

TRUSTEES OF CHOWAN COLLEGE. 

A. B. Adkins, E. F. Aydlett, J. T. Bolton, E. Brett, D. R. Britton, 
T. S. Crutchfield, A. W. Early, Josiah Elliott, J. M. Forehand, L. P. 
Freeman, Thomas Gilliam, Lycurgus Hofler, J. R. Lassiter, A. T. 
Livermon, Paul J. Long, J. H. Mathews, C. W. Mitchell, J. R. Parker, 
A. F. Rountree, W. W. Sawyer, T. T. Speight, John Green Stancil, 
D. N. Stephenson, W. P. Taylor, R. P. Thomas, T. E. Vann, J. E. 
Vann, C. J. Ward, T. R. Ward, Uriah Watson, D. E. Williams, J. T. 
Williams. 



TRUSTEES OF THE ORPHANAGE. 

Elected in 1911 to serve till 1917— J. M. Stoner, S. Mclntyre, J. W. 
Noell, E. F. Aydlett, Thomas Carrick, and R. A. McFarland. 

Elected in 1913 to serve till 1919— J. B. Stroud, F. P. Hobgood, 
John E. Ray, J. H. Canady, R. A. Spainhour, and J. C. Whitty. 

Elected in 1915 to serve till 1921— H. F. Schenck, C. L. Haywood, 
S. J. Montague, J. C. Scarborough, J. A. Durham, and C. W. Mitchell. 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



EIGHTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Charlotte, N". C, December 7, 1915. 

The eighty-fifth annual session of the North Carolina 
Baptist Stat© Convention met in the auditorium of the First 
Baptist Church of this city at 7 :30 o'clock tonight. 

"How Firm a Foundation" was sung, and J. C. Turner 
read Gal. 3 :l-29, and led in prayer. 

After singing "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," Pastor 
W. M. Vines presented Thos. W. O'Kelley, who preached 
the Convention sermon, his text being, "Know ye, therefore, 
that they which are of faith, the same are the children of 
Abraham." Gal. 3.7. Baylus Cade offered prayer. 

President C. H. Durham called the Convention to order. 
On motion of Baylus Cade, the Convention proceeded with 
the organization. The chair appointed the following Com- 
mittee on Enrollment: C. W. Blanchard, J. D. ITarte, R. T. 
Allen, R. D. Cross, J. V. Devenny, A. A. Butler, W. F. 
Staley, and J. W. Suttle. 

Pending the report of the committee, W. M. Vines, pastor 
of the First Baptist Church, presented L. R. Pruett, pastor 
of the Ninth Avenue Baptist Church, who delivered the ad- 
dress of welcome. A. E. Brown, of Asheville, responded to 
the address. 

The Committee on Enrollment reported 426 messengers 
present. 

C. H. Durham stated that he would not stand for reelection 
as President of the Convention. Whereupon G. T. Lumpkin 
nominated John A. Oates, of Fayetteville, for President, 
his nomination being seconded by J. S. Snyder. Baylus 



10 IV. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Cade nominated E. F. Aydlett, of Elizabeth City, seconded 
by E. W. Timberlake. 

The chair appointed the following tellers: G. A. Martin, 
W. E. Davis, J. H. Poteet, T. B. Justice, D. P. Bridges, 
A. H. Porter, C. J. D. Parker, and W. E. Davis. 

On motion of Baylus Cade, W. M. Vines cast the vote of 
the Convention for Charles E. Brewer and Walter M. Gil- 
more as Eecording Secretaries. 

On motion of J. D. Boushall the following committee was 
appointed to nominate the other officers of the Convention, ex- 
cept the Corresponding Secretary: C. L. Dowell, G. T. 
Lumpkin, and C. S. Cashwell. 

A motion was passed that the one receiving the second 
highest vote for President should be the First Vice-President. 

The tellers reported that John A. Oates received 364 votes, 

E. F. Aydlett 114, and Livingston Johnson 1. 

By a unanimous vote John A. Oates was declared Presi- 
dent of the Convention. 

W. E. Cullom and D. P. Bridges were appointed to con- 
duct the President-elect to the chair. 

On motion of F. P. Hobgood a rising vote of thanks was 
extended to C. H. Durham for the manner in which he has 
performed his duties as President of the Convention for the 
past four years. 

The Committee on Nominations made the following re- 
port, which was adopted : 

First Vice-President — E. F. Aydlett. 

Second Vice-President — T. S. Franklin. 

Third Vice-President — C. B. Waller. 

Treasurer — Walters Durham. 

Auditor — F. H. Briggs. 

Trustees — W. N. Jones, D. L. Gore, H. C. Bridger, L. R. Pruett and 

F. P. Shields. C. L. Dowell. 

G. T. Lumpki x. 
C. S. Cashwell. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 11 

The following order of business was submitted to the Con- 
vention by M. L. Kesler, and adopted : 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Tuesday Evening 

7:30 — Introductory Sermon. 
Organization. 

Wednesday Morning 

9:00 — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30 — Presentation of Report of State Board of Missions. 

9:45— B. Y. P. U. 
10:15 — Sunday Schools. 

11:00 — Laymen's Movement and Enlistment. 
12:00 — Home Missions. 

Wednesday Afternoon 

2:30 — Recognition of New Pastors. 

2:45 — Ministerial Education. 

3:15 — Address by Jeter C. Pritchard. 

Wednesday Evening 

30 — Woman's Work. 
30 — Judson Centennial. 
45 — Foreign Missions. 

Thursday Morning 

9:00 — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30— Social Service. 
10:15 — State Missions. 
11 : 30 — Orphanage. 
11:45 — Ministers' Relief Board. 
12:15 — Miscellaneous Business. 

Thursday Afternoon 

2:30— Presentation of Report on Education. 
3:00 — Secondary Schools. 
3:30 — Biblical Recorder. 
4:15 — -Miscellaneous Business. 

Thursday Evening 

30— Meredith College. 
00 — Wake Forest College. 
30 — General Education. 



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Friday Morning 



9:00 — Devotional Exercises. 
9:30 — Miscellaneous Business. 
11:00 — Memorial Service. 



M. L. Kesler, 
C. E. Brewer, 
Livingston Johnson, 

Committee. 



After prayer by C. F. Meserve the Convention adjourned. 



W E I )XESDAY— Mokning Session. 

The devotional exercises from 9 :00 to 9 :30 were conducted 
by J. Clyde Turner. ''Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?" 
"Leaning on the Everlasting Arms/' and "My Jesus, I Love 
Thee" were sung, and prayers were offered by J. T. Riddick 
and C. H. Xash. 

President John A. Oates called the Convention to order, 
after which the minutes of last night were read and approved. 

The following committees were appointed : 

To Nominate Board of Missions and Sunday Schools — Gilbert T. 
Stephenson, K. W. Cawthon, T. M. Arrington, L. W. Swope, J. A. 
Sullivan, M. L. Shipman, A. W. Cooke. 

To Nominate Ministers' Relief Board — I. N. Loftin, J. W. Snyder, 
F. B. Ashcraft, S. A. Howard, D. L. Probert, P. S. Vann, D. P. Del- 
linger. 

Place and Preacher — A. E. Tate, J. H. Vernon, W. O. Riddick, 
W. N. Johnson, James Long, S. Mclntyre, A. A. Butler. 

Livingston Johnson presented the report of Board of Mis- 
sion? and Sunday Schools, and called attention to special fea- 
tures and recommendations of the report. 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. 

It is with profound gratitude to God that we present this, our 
annual report, to the Convention. The guiding hand of God has 
been plainly seen in all our work this year, and to Him we lift our 
hearts in grateful praise. The Board has been beset by an unusual 
number of difficulties, but through them all the Lord has led us to 
a glorious victory, and it is our great pleasure to submit the best 
report that was ever presented to the Convention. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 13 

In this hour of joy and triumph our hearts are saddened by the 
reflection that one who for many years was one of the most useful 
members of the Board is not here to share in our rejoicing. Just 
a few days after the Convention adjourned last year, Brother Noah 
Biggs passed to the Home on High. Brother Biggs was closely iden- 
tified with, and deeply interested in, all our denominational work; 
but the Baptist Orphanage at Thomasville, and State Missions, 
especially in the East, were the departments of the work in which 
he was peculiarly interested, and to which he gave his best service. 
From its foundation he was a trustee of the Orphanage, and for more 
than thirty years was chairman of the Executive Committee of his 
association. The Roanoke Association, which, a few years ago, 
was a group of little mission churches, is now one of the leading 
associations in the State. We believe that every member of the 
association would say that Brother Biggs had more to do with the 
marvelous progress of the Roanoke than any other man. "Being 
dead, he yet speaketh," for among his other large bequests, he left 
a sum, the interest of which, when it becomes available, will be 
used to foster mission work, within the bounds of the Roanoke 
Association. 

STATE MISSIONS. 

Last year, under the blessing of God, the reports from the mission 
fields were the best ever submitted. This year the results are 
greater than those of last year. A comparison of this year's figures 
with those of last shows an increase in the following important 
items. There were over a thousand more baptisms, and five hun- 
dred more added by letter this year than last. 

While the total amount of money raised on the mission fields 
does not quite come up to last year's figures, the slight falling off 
is in money spent in church building. Last year forty-six churches 
were being built, this year thirty-four; last year twenty-four were 
reported as finished, this year nineteen. We all know that any 
church, when building a house of worship, makes extra effort, and 
mission churches are not exceptions to this rule. It is gratifying 
to note that the contributions to the objects of the Convention have 
increased nearly two thousand dollars, while nearly a thousand 
dollars more was given this year than last to support of pastors. 

The following table gives, in detail, the results of the year's work: 

Number of sermons preached 13,541 

Churches and out-stations supplied 441 

Baptisms 3,687 

Added by letter 2,302 

Professions of faith 3,835 

Church houses building 34 

Church houses completed 19 

Churches organized 15 



14 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

FINANCIAL. 

Paid on salaries $ 39,447.46 

Paid on church buildings 26,743.37 

State and Associational Missions 7,718.72 

Foreign Missions 3,725.26 

Home Missions 2,341.79 

Orphanage 3,907.20 

Sunday Schools 1,293.66 

Ministerial Relief 824.87 

Education 759.50 

Other objects 10,253.80 



$97,005.74 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Number of schools 404 

Number of pupils 45,840 

Conversions in school 2,036 

ASSOCIATIONAL EXECI'TIYE COMMITTEES. 

Associational Executive Committees occupy a most important 
position. It is impossible for the full board, or the Corresponding 
Secretary, to have accurate knowledge in regard to every mission 
point; but it is possible for the Executive Committee of an associa- 
tion to have such knowledge and, indeed, they are not faithful to the 
sacred trust committed to them unless they acquaint themselves 
with conditions in regard to every place that asks for aid. It may 
not be possible for all the members of an Executive Committee, the 
first year, to have first-hand knowledge of every mission point within 
the bounds of the association, but by going in pairs, they can soon 
visit all the mission stations. If possible, they should make quar- 
terly visits, and, by rotating in their visitation, all the members of 
the committee can soon become familiar with all the mission fields 
in the association. 

As rapidly as possible, the points now receiving aid should come 
off the Board, in order that the aid they are receiving may be given 
to some needy and important point, of which there are many in the 
State. Upon the Associational Executive Committees, as upon no 
other set of men, rests the solemn responsibility of seeing that the 
Lord's money is not wasted, by giving it to fields that could support 
themselves, or which have no prospect of ever becoming self-sus- 
taining. 

We believe that it is the duty of Executive Committees to insist 
upon the proper grouping of churches, and to make such grouping 
a condition of receiving aid, unless there is some extraordinary rea- 
son why a church will not go into a suggested«group. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1015 15 

ORGANIZING NEW CHURCHES. 

There are, undoubtedly, too many feeble churches in some sections 
of the State. It is impossible for these churches, even with the 
most liberal aid the Board can extend, to secure the services of 
strong men. Fewer churches, even if they are farther apart, being 
stronger, could offer better support to a pastor, and could, therefore, 
secure more capable men. In some of our mission territory condi- 
tions would be far better if there were half the number of churchs, 
provided the present membership would agree to such consolidation. 
In planting new churches, whether in town or country, great care 
should be taken in the selection of locations. Many a mission 
church has dragged along for years because it was unfortunately 
located. 

CHURCH BUILDING FUND. 

Eight years ago the first money appropriated by the Board to 
church building was given by the Sunbeams to the church at Ashe- 
boro. Five hundred dollars was the amount appropriated. Seven 
years ago the Sunbeams contributed five hundred dollars toward pur- 
chasing a house of worship at China Grove, and the Young Woman's 
Auxiliary raised five hundred for a church building in Hyde County. 

In 1909 the Convention of the Woman's Auxiliary Union, at the 
request of the Board of Missions, agreed to allow $5,000 (the amount 
they were then raising for State Missions) to go to a church build- 
ing fund. With this fund we have aided in building sixty church 
houses, whose aggregate value is $245,000. For every dollar given 
by the Board, the churches have given seven dollars toward the 
erection of these buildings. Many a struggling church has taken 
heart and hope by having a little aid given them out of this fund 
toward the erection of a house of worship. We doubt if any money 
expended by the Board within the last quarter of a century has 
brought such rich returns as the appropriations made to building of 
houses of worship on mission fields. 

WAKE FOREST CHURCH. 

At the meeting of the Convention which was held in Goldsboro in 
1912, a resolution was unanimously adopted, pledging the Convention 
to undertake to raise, from the churches, $25,000 toward the erection 
of a house of worship at Wake Forest College. A committee was ap- 
pointed to represent the Convention, with instructions that they pro- 
ceed, at once, with the building. At the following session, which 
was held in Shelby, the Convention reaffirmed its interest in the 
church, and pledged, anew, its support to the undertaking. Acting 
under the instructions of the Convention, the committee contracted 
obligations in the name of the Convention. Some of these obliga- 
tions were long overdue, and the patience of the creditors had be- 
come threadbare. These creditors informed the committee that 



16 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

unless payment was made by a certain date, they would bring suit 
against the members of the committee who had signed the notes in 
the name of the Convention. 

It was impossible for this committee to borrow the money. In 
this emergency, the Executive Committee of the State Board of 
Missions was called upon. Two banks in Raleigh agreed to lend the 
money, provided the members of the Executive Committee would 
execute notes and sign them as individuals. As there seemed no 
other way to save the honor of the denomination, the Executive Com- 
mittee complied with the conditions stipulated by the banks, be- 
lieving that the Convention, regarding this as an emergency, would 
ratify the action of the committee, and order that the notes be taken 
care of out of the Building Fund. 

In taking this action the Executive Committee was not without 
precedent. Years ago a church was built in the little town of Farm- 
ville, at a cost of $5,000. The Convention did not authorize the 
erection of that church. At the session of the Convention which 
was held in Wadesboro in 1909, a debt of $2,500 was reported on the 
Farmville Church, and the Convention was asked to assume it. The 
Convention instructed the Corresponding Secretary to pay the $2,500 
out of the Building Fund, and this was done. The Executive Com- 
mittee thought they were justified in presuming that, if the Con- 
vention instructed the payment of a debt equal to half the cost of a 
building, whose erection it had not authorized, it could not consist- 
ently refuse to pay, out of its Building Fund, a note given to meet 
pressing obligations which its committee, by instruction of the Con- 
vention, had contracted. 

fixaxciai . 

We began the year with a debt of $5,000 on State Missions. The 
Convention instructed the Board to lay out its work on a basis of 
$55,000, including the debt. After this action was taken by the 
Convention, attention was called to the fact that no provision was 
made for church building, and there were some obligations in this 
department that would have to be met, and that might make it 
necessary to go a little beyond the amount fixed by the Convention. 
The Corresponding Secretary suggested that the Executive Commit- 
tee be instructed to manage the church building situation according 
to their best judgment, and with as small expenditure as possible. 
By unanimous consent that suggestion became the order of the Con- 
vention. 

To meet the imperative needs of the church building department, 
an appropriation of $2,300 became necessary. This made our total 
appropriation $57,300. 

The Treasurer's report shows total receipts for State Missions 
$55,524.39, leaving an indebtedness of $1,875. Since the books closed 
$1,000, which we had been expecting, came in, which cuts down our 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 17 

indebtedness to $875. Had it not been for tbe debt brought over 
from last year, we would not owe a dollar today, and would have 
$500 to the credit of State Missions. It should be said, also, that 
we have on hand 1,200 copies of the little book "Christian States- 
manship." These should be sold readily at 25 cents a copy, which 
would make $300 to the credit of State Missions. We have paid for 
the printing of these books. 

There is a falling off in contributions to Home and Foreign Mis- 
sions. Last year we reported $34,982.06 to Home Missions, while 
this year the receipts are $29,820.36. The amount reported as sent 
direct last year was $6,181, while this year only $2,551.02 is re- 
ported as sent direct. There is evidently some mistake here, and 
we think it is in last year's figures, as it is hardly reasonable that 
such a large amount was sent direct. The discrepancy in these fig- 
ures would almost make the difference between this year's figures 
and those of last year's. 

The receipts for Foreign Missions are $46,454.78 this year, as 
against $52,728,87 last year, a difference of $6,300. The sum of 
$18,900 was given to the Judson Memorial Fund last year. While 
that, of course, does not go to the current fund, it does go to Foreign 
Missions, and makes the total amount we have given to that object 
this year $65,354.78. 

The falling off in contributions to Home and Foreign Missions was 
in the spring, when we were feeling the financial depression most 
keenly. From January 1 to May 6 this year the receipts were 
$5,027.42 less for Home Missions and $9,824.33 for Foreign Missions 
than for the corresponding period last year, before the beginning 
of the war. 

EXPENSES. 

As there seems to be some misunderstanding on the part of some 
in regard to expenses, though every item of expense appears in the 
Treasurer's report each year, we are herewith submitting a full and 
complete statement of expenses: 

Salaries. 

Corresponding Secretary $ 2,500 

Assistant to Corresponding Secretary 1,800 

Sunday-school Secretary 1,800 

Secretary W. M. U 1,000 

B. Y. P. U. Secretary (half time) 900 

Half salary of Enlistment Field Worker (other half 

paid by Home Board) 750 

Treasurer 360 

Stenographer Mission Rooms 600 

Stenographer Sunday-school Secretary (part time) . . 180 

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In calculating the expense of administration the salary of the 
Sunday-school Secretary and the expense of his office are not in- 
cluded, as that department is self-sustaining and not a cent of it 
comes out of mission funds. 

We do not include salaries of assistant to the Corresponding Secre- 
tary, B. Y. P. U. Secretary, or Enlistment Field Worker in the ex- 
pense of administration, as theirs is missionary and not administra- 
tive work. The following items constitute expense of administra- 
tion : 

Salaries of Corresponding Secretary of the Convention, Corre- 
sponding Secretary of the Woman's Missionary Union, Treasurer, 
stenographer, Recording Secretaries, and Auditor, traveling expenses 
of Corresponding Secretary, office rent and supplies, printing, postage, 
and interest on borrowed money. 

The total amount of expense, including all the items mentioned 
above, is $7,777.62. As our books closed this year on November 23d 
all the salaries for December were not paid. If these were added it 
would make the expense $8,350. But in this budget of expense is 
counted $648.51 paid out for interest. This certainly cannot be justly 
charged to expense of administration, as it is the price we pay for 
the lack of system on the part of the churches for collecting funds. 
If that amount be deducted from $8,350 it leaves $7,701.49, which is 
5.76 per cent of the total amount raised for missions. The expense is 
distributed to the three mission objects as follows: 

State Missions $ 3,934.08 

Foreign Missions 2,072.80 

Home Missions 1,770.74 

WORK IN THE WEST. 

The progress in the West must necessarily be slow, but that 
progress is being made the following report very clearly shows: 

Report of W. R. Bbadshaw. 

I desire the privilege of expressing in my last annual report to 
you as Secretary of the Baptist State Convention my deep gratitude 
for your unfailing kindness to me as your assistant, and to assure 
you that I regret very deeply that our present relation is to be sev- 
ered. In this I express the sentiment of every Baptist in Western 
North Carolina. 

The work to be done in the West is not as difficult to perceive to- 
day as it was when you became Secretary. It is close at hand and 
almost in full view. It has become more and still more definite and 
practical under your direction. It is simply an attempt to enlist the 
full strength of the churches in the larger work of the brotherhood. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 19 

To accomplish this, many things have been done— the holding of 
meetings, conducting missionary institutes— in reach of almost every 
church— and a visit each year to nearly every association, where the 
idea of giving the gospel to everybody, from the neighbor next door 
to the neighbors on the other side of the world, was emphasized and 
made prominent. The result of this character of work is seen in the 
gratifying fact that Western North Carolina now gives three dollars 
to benevolence where they gave one when the work was begun. But 
as valuable as has been the work in the past — and it must be con- 
tinued — another line of work has been inaugurated that promises 
more for the development of the western churches than anything yet 
undertaken. I refer to the "Pastors' Associational Conferences." 
These conferences grew out of a desire on the part of many of the 
western pastors who had not enjoyed the advantages of the schools, 
but were anxious to make themselves as efficient as possible, to come 
together in a few days meeting for the purpose of stimulating in- 
vestigations that would aid them in studying and understanding 
more clearly their problems and the best way to solve them. The 
best leaders for our churches in the West are the western pastors 
themselves, "and the best help that can come to them is the mutual 
help that comes through a frank and full and free talking over of 
the peculiar difficulties and personal problems that confront them." 
These conferences have been organized for this very purpose, and 
such questions as the desirability of grouping churches and building 
parsonages, the right organization of our local churches for the effi- 
ciency of their members, the best plans and methods by which be- 
nevolence may be promoted, missions, Sunday-schools, the denomi- 
national paper, consecration, are discussed. The thought is empha- 
sized again and again that the key to unlock the door into a better 
future for our work is in the hands of the pastors. Pastors, after 
attending these conferences, discussing their problems, praying for 
each other and lost souls, have expressed themselves as going back 
to their churches with enlarged visions and quickened zeal for the 
Master's work. We believe that these conferences, which have been 
organized in nearly every association, are bound to do much to make 
our western churches what they ought to be, for they reach the very 
men who are the key to all our problems. 

PRESENT NEEDS. 

The needs are to occupy the new towns springing up along the 
newly built railroads, to locate good efficient pastors at strategic 
points, group churches into fields as rapidly as practicable, send a 
missionary to the Indians in Swain County, the development of a 
deeper piety, a more thorough consecration and a more thorough 
knowledge of the grace and power of God and of the denominational 
work. 



20 -V. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

PROGRESS. 

We are sometimes distressed by the appearance of indifference, 
but a calm view of the fact that they are giving three dollars to 
benevolence where they gave one only a few years ago, and that 
they are becoming more informed about, more interested in, more 
cooperative with, the organized work of the denomination assures 
any one that our western churches are becoming aware of their 
place and possibility in the Kingdom. 

A SIMMARY OF THE TEAR'S WORK. 

Eleven meetings were held, which resulted in the conversion of 
203 persons and the addition of 135 members to the churches by bap- 
tism. Forty missionary institutes and 6 pastors' conferences were 
conducted, where a full and free discussion of the peculiar difficul- 
ties of each church visited, and pastor present, was encouraged. 
Eighteen associations were visited. As a rule, the attendance has 
been good. The reports presented from the churches showed prog- 
ress along several lines. The discussions have grown more intelli- 
gent and effective. Plans for larger work and greater giving have 
been made. Five church houses have been dedicated, and $2,000 
raised for Mountain Park School. Two hundred and eighty-six ser- 
mons and addresses have been delivered, many tracts distributed, 
hundreds of letters written, and many miles traveled. 

Conditions in the West are far from ideal, but for the progress 
already made, and for the bright outlook before us we think God 
and take courage. W. R. Bbadshaw. 

WORK OF ENLISTMENT. 

For three years we have been conducting the work of enlistment, 
in cooperation with the Home Mission Board. Brother C. Almon 
Upchurch has been Enlistment Field Worker. Wherever he has 
labored, brethren are enthusiastic about the work. That much needs 
to be done in the way of enlisting the great unreached masses of our 
people all must admit, and that much has been done in awaking our 
people to the importance of the work we are glad to believe. 

Brother Upchurch, who has wrought faithfully and effectively in 
this department for three years, has decided to return to the pastor- 
ate, and so announced in a recent issue of the Recorder. 

The Foreign Mission Board is engaged in the work of enlistment, 
having two men in the field, one of whom (Brother C. J. Thompson) 
lives in our State. Brother Thompson has given considerable time 
to North Carolina, having conducted several associational campaigns 
in which the "every member canvass" was arranged for in most of 
the churches in the associations which he visited. In several asso- 
ciations the executive committees have been active in their efforts 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 21 

to induce the churches to group themselves into compact fields. The 
results of these efforts have been gratifying. The pastors and 
churches have shown a remarkable willingness to cooperate with the 
executive committees in the matter of forming fields. We believe 
that the formation of fields and the "every member canvass" should 
be discussed at all our associations and union meetings. 

In our judgment, it would be well for us to suspend, for the pres- 
ent at least, the work of enlistment as we have been doing it, and in 
lieu thereof that the Board of Missions be authorized to arrange 
with the Home Mission Board, if possible, for a cooperative work, 
whereby a cooperative missionary can be put in Eastern North Caro- 
lina to aid our missionaries in evangelistic meetings and to devote 
his time, when not engaged in such meetings, to the work of enlist- 
ment. 

This suggestion is made because of the urgent and numerous 
appeals that come from our mission fields in the East for strong 
men to aid the missionaries in their meetings. In connection with 
these meetings the necessity for a good financial system can be 
emphasized, and plans for an "every member" canvass put on foot. 

With Brother Thompson giving as much time as he can to North 
Carolina, with the associational executive committees extending and 
intensifying the work of combining and enlisting, with the coopera- 
tive missionary in the East working along the lines we have indi- 
cated, and with Brother Bradshaw giving his life to the work of 
development in the West, there should be no loss of interest and no 
falling off in results in the important department of enlistment. 

Following is a report of his work for the year: 

Report of Enlistment Field Worker for the Year 1915. 

With wars, depression, unsold cotton, and general fears as to 
future financial conditions on every hand, this has not been a good 
year for doing definite things in the enlistment field. Churches are 
slow to make forward-looking plans and to undertake things that in- 
volve larger gifts and greater sacrifices. 

Our program has included these very things. In many places we 
have had the hearty, enthusiastic cooperation of the people until the 
hour came for planning twice-a-month services for a once-a-month 
church. Then the word would come, "We will have to wait. Our 
people will not be able to go forward until we can sell our crops and 
get our affairs straightened out." 

In spite of these drawbacks this has been in many respects the 
best of our three years in this work. A better interest is seen every- 
where. The work, though not as fruitful in results that can be tabu- 
lated, will tell in an aroused interest, a deepened consciousness, and, 
finally, in an enlistment program worthy of North Carolina Baptists 
and our great undeveloped mass of men and women who are begin- 
ning to awake to the possibilities and promises that are ours. 



22 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Since our last Convention the Field Worker has traveled 6,555 
miles, made 236 sermons and addresses, secured on subscription for 
pastors' salaries, $9,600; on missions, $3,429; distributed 4,300 tracts, 
helped to raise $181.40 in cash, has worked with 53 churches, helped 
in 4 associational campaigns, has conducted 28 every member can- 
vasses and has started 21 other churches in the work of making 
their own canvass, helped in 3 revivals, has introduced duplex en- 
velopes in 27 churches and aided in getting them introduced in 19 
other churches, and, in addition to the things that can be tabulated, 
has written hundreds of letters and aided in various ways the 
churches where he has gone to get on a better financial footing and 
to more perfectly work out the problem of financing the local church 
and the Kingdom as a whole. 

C. A. Upchurch, Field Secretary. 

SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. 

No department of work has made more gratifying progress than 
our Sunday-school work. The report of the Sunday-school Commit- 
tee, which is herewith submitted, gives in detail the things that have 
been accomplished. 

Report of Sunday-school Committee. 

In large enterprises definite results cannot always be seen unless 
we occasionally look backward and make comparisons. For some 
evidence of progress we make a few comparisons with conditions 
ten years ago, eight years of which our present Secretary has labored 
with the committee and brotherhood. 

In 1905 there were 1,741 churches and 1,290 Sunday-schools. Now 
there are 2,136 churches and 2,120 Sunday-schools, a gain of 395, or 
23 per cent, of the former and 830, or 63 per cent, of the latter. In 
1905 the church membership aggregated 174,125 and the Sunday- 
school enrollment 104,534. In the ten years the churches have 
gained 93,953 members, or 54 per cent, while the Sunday-schools 
have gained 110,534, or 106 per cent. Ten years ago the Sunday- 
schools were not giving more than $10,000 to Convention objects; 
now they are giving over $40,000 annually to these great interests 
of the Kingdom. 

At many points of vital interest we cannot make these compari- 
sons, for things now splendid realities were then only dreams of 
forward-looking men of great faith. The first report on teacher 
training we find was March 1, 1911. We then had in North Carolina 
200 diplomas, 2 red seals, and 1 blue seal. We now have 3,197 
diplomas, 330 red seals, and 101 blue seals. Prior to 1910 we did not 
have an A-l, or standard school, and only one until 1914, when we 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 23 

had two, this year eight, with a fine outlook for twenty-five to fifty 
next year. Sentiment is growing everywhere showing a desire to 
reach such efficiency. 

Then, too, along all lines our people are planning for better things, 
improved buildings and equipment, taking a religious census to 
reach the people, grading the schools to improve the organization, 
organizing home departments to reach the shut-ins, buying workers' 
libraries to learn the best methods, and planning evangelistic cam- 
paigns to win the lost. 

PRESENT CONDITIONS. 

General conditions seem the best in our history. Last year there 
were 2,052 schools, with 2,120 this year, a gain of 68. The member- 
ship has grown from 201,259 to 214,972, a gain of 13,785. The num- 
ber of branch schools is 122. During the year we have organized 
over sixty new schools. There are many very weak churches in 
which there is no permanency of interest in the work. These will 
have schools one year and fail the next year. There are possibly 
fifty or sixty churches without schools and without excuse for such 
conditions. In 694 churches the Sunday-school membership is larger 
than the church membership, and this is true in six entire associa- 
tions. 

FINANCES. 

We have received a smaller amount for Sunday-school missions 
than last year. We know two reasons for this: one is the cutting off 
the last week in November (from which we received $196.05 last 
year), the other is we did not have our usual September rally day 
with collection for this object. This was done in deference to State 
Mission Day in the Sunday-schools October 3d. The Sunday-schools 
on that day gave at least $4,000 for this great cause. The amount 
received for the year was $2,412.05. The Sunday-school Board gave 
$500 of this. The expenses for the year were $2,233. This includes 
only eleven months salary of Secretary and stenographer and for 
rent. The balance on hand would be less than last year if these 
amounts had been paid. Only 549 churches report contributions for 
this object. At least one thousand ought to be enlisted. 

FIELD WORK. 

The Secretary has done as much field work as he could. He used 
practically all week-ends with institutes and local churches. During 
week days associations, Sunday-school conventions and institutes 
were attended. Training classes were formed, and, wherever possi- 
ble, a part of the Normal Manual was taught, with instructions for 
completing the book. 

GENERAL OFFICE WORK. 

This phase of the work is growing all the time. During the year 
the Secretary has used 4,500 more envelopes than during any former 



24 N. 0. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

year, over 14,000 used during the year. This has required an in- 
creased amount of printed matter. He tries to reach every super- 
intendent three times each year, many of the pastors, and as many 
teachers as he can. This work is carried on as 

A CAMPAIGN OF SUNDAY-SCHOOL EDUCATION. 

The Sunday-school Board at Nashville has an Educational Depart- 
ment, with Dr. P. E. Burroughs as secretary in charge. He is in close 
touch with every State Secretary. Helpful tracts are furnished in 
liberal quantities on almost every phase of the work. Our Secretary 
has used these freely without cost to our work except the postage 
for distribution. 

The Secretary has issued the following tracts during the year: 
"Organized Classes Among North Carolina Baptists," "Systematic 
Giving in the Sunday-school," "Teacher Training in North Carolina," 
"Facts About Baptist Sunday-schools in North Carolina," and "Re- 
modeling a One-room Church for the Sunday-school." 

Some suitable literature is put in practically every letter, per- 
sonal and general, but the main distribution is made on request by 
using a return postcard. More than 300 Sunday-schools have been 
aided in this way. The leaven is at work, and through this cam- 
paign we believe marked results will be seen in general efficiency 
in the near future. 

TEACHER TRAINING. 

This gook work grows — not as fast as it ought, but it is hopeful. 
It will never reach its largest usefulness until more of our pastors 
become interested and prosecute the work in their respective 
churches. Our country churches form a ripe field for the work. A 
few pastors have training classes in all their churches. 

Last year was a good year for this work in our Baptist colleges 
and schools, and the present year promises even larger results. We 
will probably have 1,000 students in teacher training in these insti- 
tutions this year. 

We wish to emphasize the "Reading Course." Our Secretary has 
selected books for Workers' Libraries for this course. A school or 
individuals can get eleven volumes for $5.05, seventeen for $7.45, or 
twenty-two for $9.95. These books have been carefully selected to 
cover every department of the work of the Sunday-school. The 
selections have been approved by the Educational Department of the 
Sunday-school Board. The board gives recognition for the work in 
a Reading Course Certificate. 

ORGANIZED CLASSES. 

One year ago North Carolina had registered in the Convention 
Adult Bible Class Department 102 classes, with a membership of 
3,020. Now we have 435 classes, with a membership of 13,881. The 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 25 

department is trying to unify all organized classes of all names and 
then use them for the interests of the denomination and the King- 
dom. Thus far we have registered 78 Berean classes, 100 Fidelis, 
82 Baraca, 97 Philathea, and 78 classes of twenty-five other names! 
These facts about a new and needed enterprise show something of 
the comprehensiveness of the plans for this phase of our work. 

A year ago the situation was acute, but we believe the work of the 
Secretary and the committee this year has resulted in adjustments 
of differences that will be meaningful for the work in the future. 
And in doing this there has been no compromise of principle or 
deviation from denominational policies. 

We still invite, yea, urge, all organized classes of every name to 
register with the Convention Adult Bible Class Department of the 
Sunday-school Board. There are still about 800 Baraca and Phila- 
thea classes, and possibly 300 Berean and Fidelis classes with classes 
of miscellaneous names, that ought to affiliate with this movement. 
Then, again, there are hundreds of other adult classes not organ- 
ized that need the strength gained by organization and the value 
coming from interclass touch with thousands of other classes. To 
these classes we commend the classes fostered by our own board— 
Berean for young men, Fidelis for young women, T. E. L. (Timothy, 
Eunice, Lois) for mothers, and Adult Bible Class for mature men of 
mixed classes. 

BAPTIST SEASIDE CHAUTAUQUA. 

This meeting was held June 21-27. The program was a very strong 
one. The interest was manifestly deep on the part of those who 
attended. The sentiment seemed to be unanimous that the meeting 
ought to be perpetuated. It was in no sense a Sunday-school meet- 
ing, as many of our interests had places on the program. About 
200 people outside of Wilmington were in attendance. The expenses 
were met by the membership fees, a liberal contribution from the 
First Church, Wilmington, and from the Tidewater Power Company. 
If the meeting is to be perpetuated there must be a contingent fund 
provided by the denomination to meet a possible deficit in the in- 
come. 

WHAT OF THE FUTURE? 

North Carolina was a pioneer in Sunday-school mission work. 
Every State of the Southern Baptist Convention has followed her in 
this policy. The work is missionary, and not administrative. It is 
an effort to obey our Master when He said: "Teaching them to ob- 
serve all things whatsoever I have commanded you." The work 
ought to be continued and pressed vigorously. This cannot be done 
effectively for less than $2,750, with the Sunday-school Board pay- 
ing $500 of this. We recommend the work be prosecuted on this 
basis for next year. 



26 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Present policies ought to be continued, with such other work as 
may seem wise to the committee and Secretary. Let there be hearty 
cooperation by pastors, officers, and teachers. Let this be based on 
the following: 

PROGRAM FOR EFFICIENCY. 

1. We need a vision of the power and place of the Sunday-school, 
and a task in it for every church member. To have the vision and 
not try to perform the task is only a dream. To try to perform the 
task and not have the vision is pure drudgery. 

2. Let state, associational, and local workers plan for a perennial 
Sunday-school in every church and at such mission points as are 
necessary. 

3. We ought to enlist thousands of the 175,000 church members in 
no Sunday-school. We need them to help in the work of the Sunday- 
schools, and they need the Sunday-schools for the fellowship, train- 
ing, and Bible study they can get. 

4. Let ais improve the organization and equipment of all schools. 
Let this include due emphasis on class organization. See that all 
classes now organized shall register with the Convention Adult Bible 
Class Department, and that other classes shall be organized, using 
the class plans fostered by Southern Baptists. Let the equipment 
include suitable classrooms, adequate supplies of literature, and 
suitable devices and apparatus for effective teaching. 

5. We cannot too vigorously prosecute the training of our forces. 
See that full information is secured about teacher training, then 
plan for normal classes among the present and prospective teachers 
and officers. 

6. We urge all workers to buy books or secure free tracts for 
their respective departments. The books can be bought from the 
Sunday-school Board at Nashville, and the tracts secured free from 
your Sunday-school Secretary in Raleigh. 

C. J. Hunter, Chairman. 
E. L. Middi.eton, Secretary. 

LAYMEN'S MOVEMENT. 

The results of the Laymen's Movement cannot be shown in a con- 
crete way. The Laymen's committee is not a board, does not collect 
funds or do any administrative work, but is supplemental, or auxili- 
ary, to the work of the Board. The results of its efforts, being in- 
direct, are not plainly seen. In its incipiency the Laymen's Move- 
ment had two great ideas: (1) The enlisting of all our forces in the 
work of the Lord, and (2) the introduction of systematic, Scriptural 
methods in financing the Kingdom. By earnestly insisting upon 
these two great things they have brought our denomination to see 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 27 

their importance; and in several churches and associations efforts 
are being made, with more or less success, to put into practical 
operation the principles of the Laymen's Movement. 

We here give place for the report of Dr. Brewer, chairman of the 
Laymen's Committee: 

Report of C. E. Brewer. 

The Laymen's Missionary Movement is nine years old, and 
though so recently organized, it has introduced into many of our 
churches businesslike methods of conducting their financial opera- 
tions. This idea is at the base of the movement, and it has com- 
mended itself to our business men and secured their hearty indorse- 
ment and enlistment in the enterprises of the churches. 

During these nine years we have seen the gifts of American protes- 
tants to foreign missions advance from eight to seventeen million 
dollars. In the same time the gifts of Southern Baptists to missions 
have increased from $750,000 to $1,600,000. While no one for a 
moment would credit all of this increase to the Laymen's Movement, 
it has without doubt contributed to this new impulse in missionary 
activity. 

One of the results of this movement has been to stimulate the 
every member canvass and weekly giving, nearly all of the leading 
churches and many of the smaller churches having adopted this 
plan. This work is telling in the widespread interest the plan has 
provoked, and there is great demand for assistance in introducing it 
into local churches. 

Intimately connected with the every member canvass is the work 
of enlistment that has gone on under the auspices of the Home 
Board and the State Mission Board. 

Attention is called to the movement of Southern Baptist men to 
provide for the debt against our boards. This movement was started 
at the last session of our Southern Baptist Convention, and it was 
understood that contributions for this purpose would be extra and 
would not interfere at all with the receipts of the boards for current 
expenses. It is expected that laymen of this State will cooperate in 
this task and assume their part of the burden. 

Those who have been observing the progress of the Laymen's 
Movement discover that the work has reached a new phase in its 
development. Hitherto the task has been to arouse interest and 
show the possibilities underlying the plan proposed. Now the de- 
mand is for the service of experts to show local churches in detail 
how the plan can be made effective for them. With the beginning 
of this new phase we are fortunate in having in the office of General 
Secretary of the Movement such a distinguished leader as Dr. J. T. 
Henderson, who has demonstrated his ability, not only as an enthusi- 
astic leader, but as an expert in church finances. We may with con- 
fidence expect even more gratifying returns from the labor and 
money invested. 



28 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

WOMAN'S WORK. 

In our report last year attention was called to the sad fact that 
Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, head of the woman's work in North Caro- 
lina and for several years president of the Woman's Auxiliary Union 
of the South, was critically ill. 

A few months ago, after a long season of intense suffering, this 
beloved leader entered into rest. Her last messages to the women 
in North Carolina, at their annual convention in March and to the 
convention of Southern women assembled in Houston, Texas, in 
May, were sad and tender, and yet hopeful and inspiring. Conscious 
that she could never meet with them again, she admonished her sis- 
ters to be faithful to the trust committed to them, and urged them 
to go on to greater things. 

She tendered her resignation as president, both of the North Caro- 
lina Union and the Union of the South, but each of these bodies de- 
clined to accept it. In the State and in the South Miss Heck will 
be sadly missed. Her life was rich in good works, and faith in Him 
whom she so joyfully served gave her a glorious victory over death. 

It is gratifying to know that there are others, tried and true, who 
can take up the work and carry it on. The pastors should give 
their sympathy and encouragement in unstinted measure to these 
faithful, consecrated women who are doing so much to advance the 
Kingdom of our Lord. 

It is with great pleasure that we here present the report of the 
Central Committee, and we insist that this report be given a careful 
reading. 

Report ok the Central Committee. 

It is with grateful hearts to the Giver of every good and perfect 
gift that we report that, notwithstanding the world-wide unrest and 
the financial difficulties under which so many of our people are 
laboring, the past year our Woman's Missionary Union made sub- 
stantial progress along all lines. Our contributions to the regular 
objects of our work are as follows: 

To Foreign Missions $ 16,094.81 

Home Missions 11,657.43 

State Missions 11,437.57 

Louisville. Training School 2,676.53 

Sunday-school Board 140.05 

Expense Fund 534.77 

Total $ 42,541.16 

To the Judson Centennial there was contributed $6,071.28, and to 
the Home Church Building Fund $212.39, making the total contribu- 
tion for the year $48,874.71. During the twenty-eight years of its 
organization our Woman's Missionary Union has contributed $470,- 
948.89 to mission objects. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 29 

Many new workers have been enlisted, and we have overreached 
our aim in number of new organizations. Eighty-six new Sunbeam 
Bands, 9 Royal Ambassadors' Chapters, 43 Young Woman's Auxili- 
aries, and 121 Woman's Missionary Societies have been added to our 
number during the past year, making our present enrollment of 
societies 1,162. 

During the summer and fall months associational meetings were 
held in 44 associations; 33 of these were attended by officers and 
representatives of the Central Committee. At no time during ouv 
history have we had so large a number of capable and consecrated 
leaders in our associational work, and it is to them that we look 
largely for the future success and growth of our work. 

Our hearts have been saddened by the illness and death of our 
beloved president, Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, who had served us so 
faithfully and efficiently since our organization in 1886; but we feel 
that the influence of her life of consecration and devotion to the 
work of the Woman's Missionary Union is with us still, and will in- 
spire the women of our State to greater sacrifice and to a larger 
service in the years to come. 

We cannot close this brief report of our year's work without an 
expression of appreciation of the unfailing interest and hearty 
cooperation in all phases of our work of the retiring Secretary of 
the Convention, Dr. Livingston Johnson. How much he has meant 
to the success of the work of the Woman's Missionary Union, and 
how untiring he has been in his efforts to aid us in every way possi- 
ble, only those who have been associated with him in the mission 
rooms can know, and he closes his term of service with the grateful 
appreciation of the committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. W. N. Jones, Treasurer. 

Miss Blanche Barrus, Corresponding Secretary. 

Mrs. J. S. Farmer, Recording Secretary. 

Mrs. C. E. Mason, Y. W. A. Secretary. 

Miss Elizabeth N. Briggs, Band Superintendent. 

BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION. 

We desire to commend most heartily the work of the B. Y. P. U. 
There is an important and much needed training in the work of this 
department which is not given, and in the very nature of things can- 
not be given in any other way. Our young people are trained for 
greater efficiency in church work. They are here grounded in the 
doctrines of our faith, and thus become intelligent Baptists. In 
their study classes they become informed about the things which our 
people are promoting, and by taking part on the programs of their 
regular meetings they learn in a practical way how to do church 
work. 



30 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

We would respectfully, but earnestly, request our pastors to 
encourage this movement, which means so much for the development 
of our young people. If in every church there could be a fully organ- 
ized and well-conducted B. Y. P. U. it would tell mightily for good 
in the future of our denomination. 

Brother J. D. Moore has for two years been the faithful B. Y. P. U. 
Secretary. Half his time was taken, and half his salary paid, by the 
Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Assembly, the other 
half being given to the B. Y. P. U. work. Some time ago Brother 
Moore resigned as General Manager of the Southern Baptist Assem- 
bly. As we cannot continue our cooperative arrangement with the 
Southern Baptist Assembly, some other method of carrying on the 
B. Y. P. U. work must be devised. 

Under present uncertain financial conditions, with the many urgent 
demands upon the Board, and with a change in administration, we 
do not believe it would be wise to employ a B. Y. P. U. Secretary for 
full time. We recommend, therefore, that the B. Y. P. U. work be 
put in charge of the Sunday-school Secretary, at least for the present, 
and that he shall be called Sunday-school and B. Y. P. U. Secretary. 
By thus combining the work, with a small additional office expense, 
so as to secure a competent stenographer for full time, we can save 
the salary of a B. Y. P. U. Secretary. We do not mean that any back- 
ward step shall be taken in the B. Y. P. U. work. We do not believe 
the work will suffer by such arrangement as above suggested, as the 
Sunday-school and B. Y. P. U. Secretary can have more time for 
field work and can represent both the Sunday-school and B. Y. P. U. 
work when he visits a church or association. This is the arrange- 
ment under which all the States, except four, in the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention are working, and the corresponding secretaries in 
these ten States, so far as they have been heard from, say that the 
arrangement is satisfactory and the work is making gratifying 
progress. 

Report of B. Y. P. U. Secretary. 

HALF TIME. 

The half-time arrangement between the B. Y. P. U. Committee of 
the State Board and the Executive Committee of the Southern Bap- 
tist Assembly has not proven satisfactory. It could not permit of 
the best achievements in either direction. Each is too large. When 
combined, they present tasks too great for human power. The 
B. Y. P. U. work has grown to the stage where no supervision, as 
deplorable as that would be, is preferable to half time or combina- 
tion with anything else. Notwithstanding the Secretary has given 
but half his time to it during the past year, it has flourished greatly. 
The present record exceeds all former reports. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 31 

RECORD OF GROWTH. 

Prom 72 Senior Unions reported one year ago, we have gone to 
149, an increase of more than 100 per cent. In active membership 
there has been an increase from 4,000 a year ago to 6,000 at the 
present time, an increase not as great as that of the number of 
organizations, for the reason that in a number of instances large 
memberships have been divided into separate organizations in order 
to reach the individuals more effectively. The number of young 
people taking the Systematic Bible Reader's Course has increased 
100 per cent, as has also that number who have taken one or more 
of the Study Courses. Last year there were 4 Standard Unions, now 
there are more than 15 which will be listed A-l at the close of the 
present quarter. 

JUNIOR WORK. 

We are glad to say that Junior work is making a fair headway, 
and the outlook is bright for it. Last year there were just two 
Junior Baptist Young People's Unions in the State, now we have 
record of eleven. Compared with some States of the South, this is 
far from creditable, but it is a commendable rate of increase, at 
least; and if properly nurtured, growth in this direction will be 
phenomenal. 

TRAINING SCHOOLS. 

There ought to be not less than six annual training schools for 
B. Y. P. U. workers in North Carolina, each lasting a week. There 
is now that number of strategic centers in which the B. Y. P. U. has 
grown sufficiently to support them. The Secretary has conducted, 
or assisted in the conduct of these training schools at Raleigh, Dur- 
ham, Bunn, and Wake Forest. The cities in which they ought to be 
held are: Asheville in the west, Charlotte and Greensboro in the pied- 
mont, Raleigh and Durham in the center, and Wilmington in the east. 
In a very few years the growth of B. Y. P. U. will make it necessary 
to have training schools in other cities than these and in other cen- 
ters than the cities. 

AMONG LOCAL CHURCHES. 

Besides the training schools, the Secretary has visited twenty-five 
churches in the interest of young people's work and assisted in the 
organization of unions or in the installation of better methods of 
work. Many of our churches are backward; only training can bring 
them forward. Nowhere else can training be so far-reaching as 
among the young people. Of the unions which reported on that item, 
systematic giving to causes fostered by our churches is done by 67 
per cent of active members, on the average. 

IN SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 

Denominational education must educate denominationally. That 
is a truism. Our schools and colleges in North Carolina are begin- 



32 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

ning as never before to do that. In both the primary and secondary 
school the B. Y. P. U. is admitted as a factor in denominational 
education. The young men at Wake Forest are especially to be men- 
tioned and commended for their activity in this direction. In all, 
there are fifteen unions in our schools and colleges, with an aggre- 
gate membership of nearly 750. There should be twice that number. 

B. Y. P. V. STATE CONVENTION. 

The State Convention is a clearing-house of ideas and plans. It is 
an engine of spiritual power. All who attended the last convention 
at Mount Airy were of the opinion that the organization must not 
be sidetracked nor eclipsed in any way. It must be maintained. 

THE BIBLICAL BECOBDEB COLUMN. 

The Recorder's continued permission to use a column for news has 
been exceedingly beneficial. The young people more and more take 
interest in the column, and in the paper as a consequence. News 
notes have consumed the space allowed, but they have occupied it 
well. 

WHAT OF THE FUTURE? 

Will the Baptist State Convention stand behind the young people 
in our churches who are trying to make better Baptists of them- 
selves? They cannot stand alone; they are too young. They need 
the help and sympathy which come from older associates in the 
work. If our Baptist churches will take care of their young people 
now, their young people will take care of them after a while. 

J. D. Moore, 

RmoECBERT. N. C. B. Y. P. U. Secretary. 

FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

There are seven foreign countries in which the Foreign Mission 
Board of the Southern Baptist Convention is operating. These are 
Africa, Argentina, Brazil, China, Italy, Japan, and Mexico. 

There are thirteen missionaries in Africa, of whom seven are men 
and six women. Two of the men are medical missionaries. 

In Argentina there are sixteen missionaries; eight men and their 
wives. Two of these are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Justice, who are now 
at home on furlough. Mr. Justice is a native of Hendersonville, 
N. C. Rev. Robert Logan and wife are also missionaries in Argen- 
tina. Brother Logan attended the last session of our Convention. 

In Brazil we have fifty-four missionaries, none of whom are from 
North Carolina. 

China is our great mission field because of its extensive territory 
and dense population. This accounts for the large number of mis- 
sionaries we have in China, when compared with other countries. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 33 

When we think of the four hundred million of unevangelized Chinese 
we see how small our force of workers is. We have in China one 
hundred and sixty missionaries, of whom sixteen are from North 
Carolina. Our latest gift to the foreign field is Miss Pearl Johnson, 
of Pittsboro, Chatham County, who left for China on the 4th of 
October last. 

In Italy the Board has six missionaries. None of these are from 
North Carolina. 

We have twenty missionaries in Japan, two of whom — Mrs. C. K. 
Dozier and Mrs. C. T. Willingham — are from North Carolina. Japan 
is a very important mission field because it is destined to dominate 
the Far East, having China now in great measure under its influ- 
ence. Japan is preparing to send a large number of Buddhist mis- 
sionaries to China, believing that if they can shape the future 
religion of that country it will be easier to control its civic affairs. 

In Mexico the Board has seventeen missionaries. One of these is 
Miss Laura Cox, from Winterville, N. C. Mexico has been kept be- 
fore the world for the past two or three years because of the series 
of revolutions that have been going on in that unfortunate country. 
They need more than anything else a religious revolution. They 
have been held down for centuries by the strong hand of Romanism,- 
and they need that freedom wherewith Christ alone can make men 
free. The present administration is very bitterly opposed by the 
Roman Catholics, which is a strong point in its favor. Now is the 
time to press our mission work in Mexico as never before. 

SCHOOLS AND HOSPITALS. 

In addition to the work of evangelism the Board has established 
schools and hospitals in several of the foreign fields. Last year the 
Board reported 339 schools, with a total enrollment of 8,833 pupils. 
There are 8 medical buildings, or hospitals, 3 medical dispensaries, 
and 13 medical missionaries. There were treated by these medical 
missionaries last year 56,949 patients. 

JUDSOIS 1 MEMORIAL FUND. 

A fund of a million and a quarter dollars is being raised in the 
South for providing better equipment on our mission fields. North 
Carolina has been asked to raise $90,000 of this amount. Brother 
Braxton Craig has been at work for nearly two years securing sub- 
scriptions for this fund. He has almost completed the work of get- 
ting subscriptions, and has collected a considerable part of the 
money. It is very important that these notes be paid when they 
mature, in order that the Board may be saved further expense in 
collecting. 



34 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

HOME MISSIONS. 

The Home Mission Board lias its work divided into several depart- 
ments. 

COOPERATIVE MISSION WORK. 

The Home Board is doing cooperative mission work in thirteen 
States, as follows: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, 
Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, 
Tennessee, Texas, Virginia. In these States the Home Board aids 
the State Boards in the support of missionaries. In some of these 
States very little money is expended by the Home Board, while in 
others the cooperative work is quite extensive. In Virginia, for in- 
stance, the Home Board aids in the support of only two white mis- 
sionaries, while in Oklahoma the number is 223. 

WOKK IX CUBA. 

The Board is conducting mission and educational work in Cuba. 
The western part of the island, comprising a little less than half the 
territory, is occupied by the Southern Baptist Convention, while the 
eastern portion is under the care of the Northern Baptist Conven- 
tion. 

Brother M. N. McCall is superintendent of our work in Cuba. His 
headquarters are in Havana, but he visits all the mission points, ad- 
vising with the missionaries, and having general supervision of the 
work. 

The entire field occupied by Southern Baptists has a population of 
1,730,000. The Board has eight schools in Cuba, with a total enroll- 
ment last year of 330. Most of these are primary schools, but the 
Cuban-American College at Havana is doing a high grade of work. 
It has a theological department for the training of preachers and 
other Christian workers. 

We have in Cuba twenty-six preaching stations, and a statistical 
table of their work shows a membership of 1,874, baptisms 178, 
and candidates for baptisms 394. The total contributions reached 
$4,875.19. 

THE CANAL ZONE. 

In the Canal Zone some work is being done among both colored 
and white. There are ten white Baptist churches and five colored 
in Panama. This is a very difficult, but important work, as people 
from many different countries, speaking different languages, are 
gathered there. Not such a large force is there now as was when the 
canal was being constructed, and the number will be still further 
reduced when the work of construction will have been completed. 

MOUNTAIN SCHOOLS. 

The mountain school work of the Home Board is under the super- 
vision of Dr. A. E. Brown, of Asheville, N. C. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 35 

These schools are missionary agencies. The Board has an evan- 
gelist, Brother J. C. Owen, who visits the schools and holds evan- 
gelistic meetings. In these meetings last year there were 470 pro- 
fessions of faith, and 177 joined the local churches. In all of these 
schools there are regular Bible courses, and in many of them 
B. Y. P. U's., organized Sunday-school classes, and mission study 
classes are conducted in addition to the regular work of the schools. 
These schools are training many of our future pastors, missionaries, 
and other classes of religious workers. 

EVANGELISM. 

Dr. Weston R. Brunei* is at the head of the evangelistic force of 
the Home Mission Board. Perhaps no department of the Board is 
bringing such rich returns as the department of evangelism. Last 
year the evangelists of the Board reported 12,000 baptisms and 5,000 
added by letter, making total additions 17,000. 

The evangelistic staff includes nineteen evangelists and six evan- 
gelistic singers. The Board has one evangelist to the deaf mutes, 
and two negro evangelists. Great evangelistic campaigns were con- 
ducted last year in Hot Springs (Arkansas), Petersburg, Roanoke, 
Richmond (Virginia), Baltimore (Maryland), San Antonio, Austin, 
and Dallas (Texas). The total of additions in these six cities was 
9,000. 

THE PUBLICITY DEPARTMENT. 

This department is conducted by Dr. Victor I. Masters. The Home 
Field, edited by Dr. Masters, is one of the best mission magazines in 
the whole country, and renders valuable service to all our denomi- 
national enterprises and institutions. It is an able defender of the 
faith, and preaches forcefully the doctrine of denominational loyalty. 

Dr. Masters has published many valuable books on missions, and 
the tracts and leaflets sent out from this department are informing 
and inspiring. His latest book— just from the press— is "Baptist 
Missions in the South," and treats of the work of the Home Board 
and of the several state boards. 

In addition to the departments noted above there is the work of 
enlistment, conducted in cooperation with the State Boards; the 
Church Extension Department, and work among the Indians and 
negroes. 

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

RECOMMENDATIONS. 

We respectfully offer the following recommendations, and ask the 
instruction of the Convention in regard to the same: 

1. That only 3 per cent of the amounts collected for home and 
foreign missions be charged to these objects for State expense. 



36 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

2. That we suspend the work of enlistment as now conducted, and 
in lieu thereof the Board be authorized to arrange with the Home 
Mission Board, if possible, whereby a cooperative missionary can be 
put in the east to aid missionaries in evangelistic meetings; and 
when not thus engaged he shall do enlistment work in the east. 
During each meeting he shall be expected to talk on enlistment at 
some suitable time, and introduce, if possible, a good financial sys- 
tem. 

3. That, for the present at least, the B. Y. P. U. work be combined 
with the Sunday-school work, and the title of the Sunday-school 
Secretary be made "Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. Secretary," the 
extra expense for clerical work to be paid out of State mission funds. 

4. That the Executive Committee be instructed to pay out of the 
Church Building Fund $3,500 to take up note given by them to pay 
pressing claims against the Wake Forest Church. 

5. That the work be projected next year on a basis of $55,000. 

6. That the books close on Tuesday after the third Sunday in 
November. 

7. That we request the Home Mission Board to employ a mission- 
ary to the Cherokee Indians in Western North Carolina. 

CONCLUSION. 

We would close this report as we began it, by ascribing praise to 
God who has "crowned the year with His goodness." 

We should be profoundly grateful for the unity that prevails 
throughout our ranks. There is not within the bounds of the 
Southern Baptist Convention a State in which the spirit of unity is 
more nearly perfect than it is here in North Carolina, and in very few 
of the States is there so happy a condition as we have here. Surely, 
out of a blessed experience we can say with the Psalmist: "Behold 
how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in 
unity." And may it be said of each of us that we are "endeavoring 
to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." 

We should put Christ first in our lives, in our thoughts, in our 
affections, in our efforts, and make His glory the chief desire of our 
hearts. If we always put Christ first there will never be, there can 
never be, any discord or dissension among us, for these little things 
born of selfishness will be crowded out by matters of eternal import. 

What marvelous opportunities present themselves to us today. 
What a privilege it is to live in this time of the world's history. 

"We are living, we are dwelling, 
In a grand and awful time, 
In an age on ages telling, 
To be living is sublime." 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 



37 



We in this highly favored land are enjoying the blessings of peace, 
while so much of the world is rent and torn by war. With what 
consuming earnestness we should address ourselves to the mighty 
task of bringing in the reign of the Prince of Peace, of hastening the 
fulfillment of that glorious prophecy, "That at the name of Jesus 
every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and 
things under the earth; and that every tongue should confess that 
Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father." 

John E. Ray, 

Livingston Johnson, President. 

Corresponding Secretary. 



REPORT OF TREASURER. 

1. 

Balance Sheet. 

Walters Durham, Treasurer, in account current with the 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, December 1 



1915. 



DEBIT 


CREDIT 


8 State Missions 


S 10,072.35 

742 .35 

599.10 

1,042.41 

322 .48 

1.50 

2,479.18 

50.00 

181 .47 


163 Cash in Commercial 
National Bank, Raleigh, 
N. C 

Total. . .. 




28 Foreign Missions 




48 Home Missions 

68 Education 

87 Sunday School Missions 

92 Margaret Home 


115,490.84 


108 Ministerial Relief 




1 11 Students Aid Fund 




123 Home Mission Building Fund. 




Total. 


$ 15,490.84 


§15,490.84 











State Missions. 

Balance as per statement December 9, 1914 (Minutes, 

P a S e 58 > $ 6,969.62 

Amount received 55 524.39 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Corresponding 

Secretary $ 991.66 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expense 137.60 

Miss Barrus, salary as Corresponding Secre- 
tary W. C. C 301.66 

Miss Markham, salary as stenographer 200.00 

Office expense 55.57 

Interest on money borrowed 648.51 

E. L. Middleton, salary as Statistical Secre- 
tary 150.00 



38 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Printing and mailing Minutes $ 346.23 

Postage, W. M. S 96.25 

Printing, W. M. S 117.05 

Rent 124.00 

"Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 150.00 

Printing 390.29 

State Mission Day 129.05 

Postage 96.20 

Checks returned unpaid 100.12 

Church biulding 6,764.07 

Paid missionaries 41,623.40 

Balance 10,072.35 



December 1. 1915. $62,494.01 $62,494.01 

3. 

Foreign Missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 9, 1914. (Minutes, p. 59.. $ 1,086.80 

Amount received, 46,454.78 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Secy. . . .$ 675.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expense 110.00 

W. M. Gilmore, salary as Recording Secretary 25.00 

Printing and mailing Minutes 222.00 

Rent 93.00 

Miss Barrus, salary as Cor Sec. W. C. C 233.33 

Miss Markham, salary as stenographer 150.00 

Printing 44.55 

E. L. Middleton, salary as Statistical Secy. . . 150.00 

Printing, W. C. C 44.30 

Postage, W. C. C 166.65 

Office expense 38.97 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 120.00 

Judson Memorial Fund 174.83 

Error in remittance 51.25 

Checks returned unpaid 125.00 

Sent direct 4,595.34 

Foreign Mission Board 39,780.01 

Balance 742.35 



December 1, 1915. $47,541.58 $47,541.58 

4. 

Home Missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 9, 1914. (Minutes, p. 59) . . $ 942.69 

Amount received 29,820.36 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Secy. . . .$ 625.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expense 65.00 

Miss Barrus, salary Cor. Secy. "W. C. C 266.66 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 39 

Miss Markham, salary as stenographer $ 150.00 

Office expense 92.91 

Rent 125.00 

F. H. Briggs, salary as Auditor 25.00 

C. E. Brewer, salary as Recording Secy 25.00 

Printing Minutes 150.00 

Error in remittance 131.33 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 60.00 

Postage, W. C. C. .' 100.00 

Postage 63.65 

Checks returned unpaid 108.36 

Laymen's Committee 22.52 

Sent direct 2,551.02 

Home Mission Board 25,602.50 

Balance 599.10 



December 1, 1915. $30,763.05 $30,763.05 

5. 

Education. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 9, 1914. (Minutes, p. 59) . . $ 1,553.49 

Amount received 7,397.66 

To vouchers paid R. T. Vann, Secy $7,908.74 

Balance 1,042.41 



December 1, 1915. $8,951.15 $8,951.15 

6. 

Sunday School Missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 9, 1914. (Minutes, p. 60) . . $ 143.43 

Amount received 2,412.05 

To E. L. Middleton, salary as S. S. Secy $1,350.00 

E. L. Middleton, traveling expense 229.50 

Postage 149.50 

Rents , 148.50 

Office expense 28.50 

Miss Massie, salary as stenographer 150.00 

Printing 177.00 

Balance 322.48 



December 1, 1915. $2,555.48 $2,555.48 

7. 

Margaret Home. 

Amount received $ 1.50 

To balance $ 1.50 



December 1, 1915. $ 1.50 $ 1.50 



40 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



Ministerial Relief. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 9, 1914. (Minutes, p. 60) . . $ 150.28 

Amount received 3,957.70 

To vouchers paid R. H. Riggsbee, Treasurer. . . . $1,628.80 
Balance 2,479.18 

December 1, 1915. $4,107.98 $4,107.98 

9. 

Students' Aid Fund. 

Amount received $ 50.00 

To balance $ 50.00 

December 1, 1915, $ 50.00 $ 50.00 

10. 

Jidsox Memorial Fund. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 9, 1914. (Minutes, p. 60) . . $ 791.21 

Amount received 3,125.95 

To vouchers paid Foreign Mission Board $3,917.16 

December 1, 1915. $3,917.16 $3,917.16 

11. 

Home Mission Building Fund. 

Amount received $ 181.47 

To balance $ 181.47 

$ 181.47 $ 181.47 

Respectfully submitted, 

Walters Durham, 
Treasurer Baptist State Convention. 

I have examined the books of Walters Durham, Treasurer of the 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and find them correct 
as to receipts and disbursements, and all disbursements supported 
by proper vouchers. I also find that proper remittances have been 
made the Foreign and Home Mission Boards as shown by their 
receipts. 

F. H. Briggs, 

December 9, 1914. Auditor. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 41 

On motion, the chair appointed the following committee to 
consider the seven recommendations of the report: B. W. 
Spilman, C. E. Maddry, J. A. Campbell, L. R. Varser, J. M. 
S toner, J. R. Miller, and V. M. Swaim. 

On motion of M. A. Adams the time immediately follow- 
ing the discussion of Home Missions this morning is made 
the special order for the election of a Corresponding Secre- 
tary on the floor of the Convention. 

Secretary J. D. Moore read the report on the Baptist 
Young Peoples' Union and led the discussion, followed by 
Chas. E. Maddry, Wallace H. Hartsell, and B. W. Spilman. 

Secretary E. L. Middleton read extracts from the report on 
Sunday Schools, being followed by C. L. Greaves. 

Chas. E. Brewer, chairman of the Committee on the Lay- 
men's Movement, presented J. T. Henderson, General Sec- 
retary of the Laymen's Movement in the Southern Baptist 
Convention, who addressed the Convention. 

On motion of Chas. E. Brewer the following committee, 
E. W. Sikes, F. P. Hobgood, R. D. Caldwell, F. B. Hamrick, 
C. A. Smith, E. McK. Goodwin, J. M. Stoner, C. W. Wilson, 
M. L. Hooper, C. H. Jenkins, G. E. Leftwitch, and Lycurgus 
Hofler, was appointed to carry on the work of the Laymen's 
Movement in this State, with authority to add to the commit- 
tee other brethren, in their discretion. 

An invitation to visit Horner Military School, from the 
President, J. C. Horner, was read. A vote of thanks was ex- 
tended to him for the invitation, which was declined. 

Chas. E. Maddry, Vice-President of the Home Mission 
Board in this State, was called to the chair to preside during 
the discussion of Home Missions. He presented B. D. Gray, 
of Atlanta, Secretary of the Board, who addressed the Con- 
vention on Home Missions. 

Greetings from the North Carolina boys at the Seminary 
were read, and W. R. Cullom was requested to respond to the 
same. 



42 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

The following committees were appointed: 

Social Service — W. L. Poteat, A. Johnson, R. A. McFarland, R. E. 
White, C. A. Upchurch, W. C. Dowd, G. T. Lumpkin. 

Biblical Recorder — T. W. Chambliss, J. S. Snyder, W. A. Graham, 
L. R. Varser, L. B. Padgett, J. W. Downey, L. McB. White. 

The special order for the election of a Corresponding Sec- 
retary having arrived, the chair called H. A. Brown to the 
platform, who led the Convention in prayer for guidance. 

The following nominations for Corresponding Secretary 
were made, without speeches : T. J. Taylor nominated W. N. 
Johnson ; A. H. Porter nominated C. E. Maddry ; T. H. 
King nominated C. H. Durham ; I. X. Loftin nominated 
W. C. Barrett; B. Cade nominated C. L. Greaves; E. C. 
Andrews nominated R. A. McFarland ; T>. P. Dellinger nom- 
inated W. R. Bradshaw. 

The chair appointed the following tellers: W. L. Poteat, 
J. J. Hurt, J. S. Earmer, R. G. Kendrick, B. Craig, J. T. 
Riddick, A. E. Tate, C. W. Blanchard, and Walters Durham. 

Pending the report of the tellers Livingston Johnson pre- 
sented the following representatives of the State Woman's 
Missionary Union: Mrs. C. E. Mason, Mrs. F. D. Lethco, 
Mrs. W. 1\. Jones, Mrs. G. T. Lumpkin, Mrs. C. L. Haywood, 
Mrs. Wm. Archer, Mrs. J. D. Harte, and Mrs. W. A. Smith. 
The Convention arose in recognition of their splendid achieve- 
ments during the past year. 

Livingston Johnson called to the platform the following 
pastors who have come to the State since the last Convention, 
and introduced them: T. S. Guy, Kernersville ; M. W. Buck, 
Burlington; C. A. Rhyne, Granite Falls; L. McB. White, 
Monroe ; F. M. Huggins, Belmont ; O. W. McManus, Gibson ; 
L. U. Weston, Mooresville ; J. W. P. Hill, Boiling Springs ; 
R. H. Bowden, Tarboro; H. 1ST. Blanchard, Greenville; J. E. 
Dupree, Salemburg; R. E. Clark, Pittsboro; K. D. Stuken- 
brok, Jackson; C. E. Puett, Fruitland; J. P. Bennett, Old 
Fort; W. T. Baucom, Pinnacle; S. L. Naff, Salem; B. W. N. 
Simms, Lenoir. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1015 43 

Walters Durham, Treasurer, calls attention to the confus- 
ion in the minds of many in reference to the closing of the 
books of the Treasurer on November 24. 

On motion of M. A. Adams, Article 14 of the Constitution 
is changed so that it shall read that the books of the Conven- 
tion shall close on Tuesday night after the third Sunday in 
November in each year. 

On motion of B. Cade the chair appointed the following 
committee to investigate a plan suggested by him and endorsed 
by the Tar River Association to provide a home for the aged 
ministers in the State, and report its findings to the next 
Convention: B. Cade, C. H. Durham, J. M. Arnette, J. A. 
( 'ampbell, R. D. Caldwell, C. J. Hunter, and R. H. Riggsbee. 

On motion the matter of transposing time for discussion of 
Ministers' Relief and Social Service was referred to the Com- 
mittee on Order of Business. 

W. L. Poteat made the following report of the first ballot 
for Corresponding Secretary: 

W. N. Johnson, 193; C. E. Maddry, 92; C. H. Durham, 76; W. C. 
Barrett, 9; C. L. Greaves, 25; R. A. McFarland, 15; W. R. Bradshaw, 
56; J. A. Durham, 1; A. E. Brown, 1; Braxton Craig, 1. 

The President declared that there was no election. 
On motion the Convention adjourned till 2:45 p. m. for 
dinner. 



WEDNESDAY — Afternoon Session. 

On reassembling President Oates declared that the elec- 
tion of a Corresponding Secretary was the special order, and 
asked the Convention to prepare its ballot. 

Pending the report of the tellers, A. T. Robertson, of the 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky., 
made an address on "The Usable Preacher." 



44 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

W. L. Poteat made the following report of the second bal- 
lot for Corresponding Secretary: 

W. N. Johnson, 193; C. E. Maddry, 80; C. H. Durham, 69; W. C. 
Barrett, 1; C. L. Greaves, 8; R. A. McFarland, 2; W. R. Bradshaw, 
31. 

The chair declared that still there was no election. A third 
ballot was called for. 

Pending the report of the tellers, T. J. Taylor presented 
Norman L. Shaw, of Virginia, a former secretary of this 
Convention. 

Clias. E. Maddry presented the following report on the 
Wake Forest House of the Lord: 

Your committee reappointed at the last session of the Convention 
and commissioned to raise the money and pay off the debt on the 
house of the Lord at Wake Forest College beg leave to report as 
follows: 

We have worked diligently through the year to discharge the obli- 
gation you laid upon us one year ago. It has been a year of uncer- 
tainty and stringency in financial circles. We have found, often to 
our sorrow, that money was hard to collect, even after we had 
secured what looked to be a gilt-edge pledge, and especially have 
we found it difficult to borrow money from the banks, having no 
security to offer except the plighted word of the Convention. 

We were badly handicapped in the beginning of our work, at the 
close of the last Convention, from the fact that Pastor Walter N. 
Johnson, who had so nobly and heroically led in the inception and 
progress of this great enterprise, was suddenly stricken during the 
last Convention, and for several months was laid aside. Not even his 
most intimate friends were allowed to see him or communicate with 
him, and your chairman had to take up the work he had laid down 
in this unfinished state, not knowing the creditors, amounts due, 
when due, etc. Finally, on the 11th of March, we had a joint meet- 
ing in Raleigh of the local Wake Forest committee and the Conven- 
tion committee, and, after going into the detailed cost of the build- 
ing, the outstanding indebtedness, etc., the obligations we divided 
between the two committees, the Convention committee taking over 
five-eighths of the amount still due and the Wake Forest local com- 
mittee taking over three-eighths. The Convention's part was found 
to be more than we had anticipated in our last report to your body. 
We found that we owed, exclusive of interest and expenses in gather- 
ing the money, $20,000. 

Your chairman then began the tedious process of writing letters, 
often sweet and optimistic, pleading with the creditors, paying a 
little and renewing notes ay circumstances allowed. Sometimes it 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1015 45 

seemed that we had reached the limit, and that there was nothing 
to do but instruct the creditors to proceed with their oft-repeated 
threats of going into court. However, we are glad to say that 
always, when the way seemed darkest, relief came from an un- 
expected source. We can truly say that time and time again the 
Lord opened up the way and raised up friends for us during the 
year. A number of generous-hearted brethren in Raleigh came to 
the help of your chairman with their personal indorsement at the 
banks when the way seemed darkest and most hopeless. 

In detail, we report as follows: 

Your chairman has dictated and sent out during the year 1,444 
letters. We have paid for postage $20.87. We have paid out for 
stenographic help $32.96. 

Amount paid by the Convention as reported last session, $12,106.50. 

Amount raised and paid out by the Convention committee this 
year, $13,128.84. 

The above amount was spent as follows: 

Paid for interest, $614.65; paid for salary of financial agent, travel- 
ing expenses, postage, stenographic help, etc., $1,755.45; paid on the 
debt, $10,758.84; total paid by the Convention, $25,235.34. 

The amounts still due, and banks and firms to whom due, are as 
follows: 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Company, $4,115; renewed, and inter- 
est paid to December 15, 1915. 

Citizens Bank of Wake Forest, $3,000; renewed, and interest paid 
to 

Citizens Bank of Wake Forest, $400; renewed, and interest paid 
to December 30, 1915. 

South Greensboro Bank, $400; renewed, and interest paid to De- 
cember 30, 1915. 

Queen City Marble and Granite Works, $500; open account; long 
since overdue. 

Charlotte National Bank, $250; due. 

American Seating Company; note of $500; due February 9, 1916. 

Total amount to be paid by the Convention at this time, $9,150. 

Carrying out the instructions of the last Convention, we made 
application to the Home Board for a gift of $5,000 from their Build- 
ing Fund. They had applications for gifts amounting to $92,000, 
and had the sum of $41,000 with which to meet these requests. 
However, they graciously promised us $2,500, to be paid when our 
part of the enterprise was completed. In the fall, being in desperate 
straits for money, the Home Board kindly advanced $2,000 of this 
amount, the committee giving them a note, which is to be returned 
canceled in the final settlement of the whole matter. 

Rev. James I. Kendrick, the financial agent of the committee, has 
done a great year's work and accomplished wonders. We thank 
God for every remembrance of him and his great work. 



46 N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXYEXTION 

In conclusion, your committee would make the following recom- 
mendations: 

1. That we proceed at once with vigor and energy to raise the 
balance of $9,150 due on this enterprise. 

Your committee is of the decided opinion that the remainder due 
on this building ought not to be taken from either the Sate or Home 
Board's building funds. These two boards Mali eventually put $10,- 
000 in this enterprise, and in view of the fact that so many houses 
of worship are needed at other educational institutions in the State, 
we feel strongly that the Convention ought not to draw further on 
either of these boards for the completion of this enterprise. 

2. That a chairman of your committee be elected by this Conven- 
tion to have charge of this matter until its final completion. 

3. That your committee, through its chairman, be instructed to 
ask the Home Mission Board for an additional sum of $2,500 for the 
completion of this undertaking. 

4. That the Convention elect Rev. James I. Kendrick as financial 
agent of the Convention committee for the prosecution and comple- 
tion of this undertaking. Respectfully submitted, 

Charles E. Maddry, 
Chairman Convention Committee. 
C. H. Durham. 
A. Johnson, 
C. W. Mitchell. 
W. N. Jones, 

Committee. 

After discussion by C. E. Maddry and Jas. I. Kendrick, 
the report was adopted. 

W. L. Poteat made the following report of the third bal- 
lot for Corresponding Secretary : 

W. N. Johnson, 318; C. E. Maddry, 44; C. H. Durham, 36; W. R. 
Bradshaw, 5; R. A. McFarland, 3; J. Q. Adams, 2; W. C. Barrett, 1; 
B. Craig, 1. Total, 410. Necessary to elect, 205. Majority for W. N. 
Johnson, 113. 

The President declared that W. X. Johnson was elected 
Corresponding Secretary of the Convention. 

Upon motion, the vote was made unanimous. 

E. W. Timberlake and F. P. Hobgood were appointed to 
conduct the secretary-elect to the platform, who spoke a 
few word>, asking for time to pray over and consider the 
matter before announcing his decision. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 47 

After remarks by B. Cade, T. J. Taylor, B. W. N. Simms 
and S. F. Conrad, special prayer was offered in behalf of the 
new Secretary by B. Cade. 

On motion of W. K. Cullom, Chas. E. Maddry is recom- 
mended to the Home Board as its Vice-President in this 
State. 

Vice-President C. B. Waller was called to the chair to 
preside. Jeter C. Pritchard spoke to the Convention in 
reference to the condition of affairs of the Baptist Assembly 
at Ridgecrest. 

M. L. Kesler, B. W. Spilman, L. G. Cole and J. T. Hen- 
derson spoke also along the same line. 

The following resolution was offered by C. L. Greaves : 

Resolved, That we urge our people, both as individuals and as 
churches, to come to the financial relief of the Southern Baptist 
Assembly at Ridgecrest by cooperating with whatever wise plans 
the directors may devise. 

Resolved, further, That we heartily indorse the effort to found a 
Summer Theological School in connection with the Assembly. 

On motion of John A. Oates, the resolution is laid on the 
table till Miscellaneous Business is reached tomorrow after- 
noon, when the directors of the Assembly are requested to 
present such plans as they may deem wise for the relief of 
the present situation. 

After prayer by W. J. Jones, the Convention adjourned. 



WEDNESDAY— Evening Session. 

President Oates called the Convention to order. "All 
Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" was sung. John E. Eay 
led in prayer. 

I. N. Mercer addressed the Convention on Woman's Work. 

H. G. Hill, of Maxton, a venerable Presbyterian minis- 
ter, was recognized by the chair. 

Hight C. Moore read the following; report on the Judson 
Centennial, which was adopted : 



48 «r. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

REPORT OF JUDSON CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE. 

Your committee, in making its third report, wishes first to briefly 
reiterate the scope and meaning of this movement; then to give 
account of North Carolina's apportionment and accomplishment thus 
far; and, lastly, to outline what remains to be done within the 
allotted time. 

First. What is the Judson Centennial movement? In the words of 
Dr. J. M. Carroll, "It is a movement, through the leadership of the 
Foreign Mission Board, undertaken by Southern Baptists, by ap- 
proval and authority of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

"Its purpose is to better equip, for more effective service, all our 
foreign mission fields. These fields embrace seven countries: China, 
with 22 stations; Japan, with 7; Brazil, 11; Argentina, 3; Mexico, 
10; Africa, 5; Italy, 6. By 'stations' we mean far more than preach- 
ing points. One station ordinarily includes many preaching points, 
sometimes hundreds of miles of territory. 

"The equipment now undertaken — not by any means all that is 
needed, but probably the limit of our faith — includes as follows: 
Fifty-seven church houses, or chapels, 41 homes for missionaries, 
84 school buildings (including 9 for theological schools), 9 hos- 
pitals, or medical plants, and 7 printing plants. This is the absolute 
minimum, not the maximum, needed. 

"The amount necessary for this equipment is $1,250,000. This is 
the amount we are seeking to raise. 

"The movement is in commemoration of the one hundredth anni- 
versary of the going of Adoniram Judson, the first missionary from 
America to go to a foreign field; hence the name 'Judson Centennial 
Movement.' " 

Second. What is North Carolina's share in this movement? At its 
meeting in Goldsboro in 1912, the Convention approved the Judson 
Movement and undertook as its part the equipment, at an estimated 
cost of some $90,000, of the field laid out in China by the illustrious 
Matthew T. Yates, a native of North Carolina and for nearly a half 
century resident at Shanghai. 

While as yet the goal has not been reached, we are glad to report 
that our contributions from North Carolina aggregate over $87,000, 
of which $78,000 is in cash and signed "Judson notes," $9,000 in 
good pledges, but not in signed notes, and the remainder is covered 
by special subscriptions. This we regard as a fine showing under 
the circumstances, and we anticipate that the entire amount ex- 
pected of us will be raised by or before next May, when the cam- 
paign definitely and finally closes. 

Again, with appreciation, we record the faithful labors of Elder 
Braxton Craig, of Monroe, who for about two years has been the 
efficient field representative for the Judson fund in this State. He 
has visited many of our churches and wisely led them in making 



MINUTES OF SESSION 11)15 49 

symmetrical gifts. And, anew, we commend him to the brother- 
hood, again asking for him the cordial cooperation of the churches 
until his task is completed. 

Third. What now remains to be done? At the Southern Baptist 
Convention in Houston last May it was reported that $959,000 had 
been raised for this fund. Moreover, owing to the conditions grow- 
ing out of the European war, the time was extended to the meeting 
of the Convention in Asheville next May. What, therefore, is done 
for this movement must be done within the next five months. 

In order that we of North Carolina may reach the mark set for 
us and assumed by us, it is important — 

(1) That, without hesitation, and even at inconvenience if neces- 
sary, we cooperate with Brother Craig in closing up the campaign. 

(2) That the "One-week Campaign" in January, as planned by the 
board in Richmond, be diligently observed in our churches, Sunday- 
schools, woman's societies, and young people's unions, so that 
churches hitherto unreached may participate in this movement. 

(3) That all notes, pledges, and subscriptions be paid promptly 
and in full as they come due, so that development plans on the 
foreign field may be carried out as speedily as possible. 

If the Convention so desires, the committee will continue its work 
until the general campaign closes next spring, and make its final 
report at the next annual session of this body. 

Hight C. Moore, Chairman, 

Livingston Johnson, 

Carey J. Hunter, 

C. R. Boone, 

T. W. O'Kelley, 

J. Clyde Turner, 

Committee. 

J. C. Turner, Vice-President of the Foreign Mission Board 
in North Carolina, was called to the chair to preside during 
the discussion of Foreign Missions. Q. C. Davis and J. F. 
Love, Corresponding Secretary of the Foreign Mission 
Board, spoke. 

On motion of T. H. King, an invitation from the Cham- 
ber of Commerce to go on an automobile ride. tomorrow after- 
noon at 4 o'clock was accepted. 

The Convention adjourned with the benediction by G. T. 
Watkins. 



50 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



THURSDAY— Morning Session. 

After the devotional meeting led by C. H. Nash, who 
read Rom. 12, prayer by A. W. McDaniel, singing of "Come, 
Thou Almighty King," President Oates called the Conven- 
tion to order. 

The minutes of yesterday's sessions were read and ap- 
proved. 

On motion of Livingston Johnson, J. Clyde Turner was 
recommended to the Foreign Mission Board as its Vice-Presi- 
dent in Xorth Carolina. 

James I. Kendrick made a statement, declining to act 
longer as financial agent of the Wake Forest Church. Chas. 
E. Maddry calls attention to the fact that some action must 
be taken immediately for the financial relief of the present 
situation. 

On motion of W. R. Bradshaw, a rising vote of thanks 
was extended to C. E. Maddry for his work as chairman of the 
special committee appointed by the Convention to conduct 
the campaign for raising its share of the funds to liquidate 
the debt on the Wake Forest house of the Lord. 

Y ice-President T. S. Franklin was called to the chair to 
preside while John A. Oates presented the following report on 
the Baptist Seaside Chautauqua, which was adopted after dis- 
cussion by John E. Ray : 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON SEASIDE CHAUTAUQUA. 

Your committee on the Baptist Seaside Chautauqua begs to report: 

1. The Chautauqua was held at Wrightsville Beach in June, 1915, 
with an attendance of more than five hundred. 

2. The work done was of a high order. Dr. McGlothlin of the Sem- 
inary, Dr. B. W. Spilman of the Sunday School Board, the Watts 
brothers of Virginia and South Carolina, John E. White, Dr. Lincoln 
Hulley, president of John B. Stetson University; Miss Williams, the 
unexcelled teacher of children, and the splendid practical work done 
by the Woman's Missionary Union in their special training classes 
and lectures afforded pleasure and profit that cannot be estimated. 

3. Financially, we came out all right, with about $25 in the treas- 
ury. We will submit our financial report to the Convention Auditor. 



MINUTES OF SESSION Wlo 51 

4. We are making large plans for 1916. The need of this kind of 
meeting, not as a summer junket, but as a gathering place in a 
favorable location where substantial work can be done, is growing 
upon religious bodies everywhere. Those who attended were bene- 
fited and pleased, and we look for large things, through your au- 
thority and instruction, through the years to come in training and 
quickening our people, especially the young people, along the lines 
of our denominational work. 

6. The B. Y. P. U. is planning to meet with us in 1916. 

RECOMMENDATIONS. 

1. We recommend, first, that the Convention appoint a committee 
of seven to have charge of this work. 

2. That the name be Baptist Seaside Assembly. 

3. That the State Mission Board be requested to make a contingent 
appropriation not to exceed $250. John A. Oates 

E. L. Middleton, 
C. J. Hunter, 
J. J. Hurt, 
W. M. Craige, 

Committee. 

W. L. Poteat presented the following report on Social 
Service, which, after discussion by R. L. Gay, and singing 
"Onward, Christian Soldiers," was adopted : 

REPORT ON SOCIAL SERVICE. 

The Christian task is to carry forward to its consummation 
the work which Christ inaugurated. Of his first representatives 
he said, "As the Father hath sent me into the world, even so have 
I also sent them," which is to say, that those representatives 
and their successors must have the same aim as he had and seek to 
realize it with the same consecration. The aim of Christ is sum- 
marized in the great conception of the Kingdom of God. We cannot 
be sure of the full inventory of blessing which was in the mind of 
Christ, but we do know that he proposed the reconstruction of 
human society under the law of love and justice. 

The method of this social reconstruction involves the recon- 
struction of the social unit, or evangelism, the ministry to all 
the forms of human need, the correction and forestalling of social 
wrongs and social evils, and the relentless fight against all the 
enemies of human life in the progress of the Kingdom. 

temperance. 

One of the most hopeful features of the temperance and prohibi- 
tion movement is the remarkable change of public sentiment in 



52 N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIOX 

recent years, as a result of which the liquor traffic is rapidly be- 
coming outlawed. We are coming to recognize more and more that 
the movement involves not merely moral and religious issues, but 
social and economic issues also, and now forces and agencies and 
organizations of power, formerly indifferent or hostile, are arrayed 
on the side of prohibition. Not only churches and other religious 
organizations, but also industrial corporations, commercial inter- 
ests, transportation companies, medical associations, and, in fact, 
every organization and agency for the uplift of humanity unites in 
saying that the saloon must go. 

One by one State legislatures have been forced to submit this 
question to the people, and now there are nineteen States which 
have declared for prohibition, namely, Maine, Kansas, North Dakota, 
Oklahoma, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, West 
Virginia, Virginia, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, Alabama, Arkansas, 
Iowa, Idaho, South Carolina, and Washington; and elections have 
been authorized in four other States. More than two-thirds of the 
counties and more than three-fourths of the municipalities of the 
nation are now under prohibition, and when the prohibitory laws 
in the States which have voted favorably on this question become 
operative, more than sixty millions of our population will be liv- 
ing under prohibition, and eighty per cent of the area of the country 
will be no-license territory. 

Since our own State voted for prohibition in 1908 we have made 
rapid progress. During this period our bank deposits have in- 
creased from $53,894,519 to $90,465,211; real estate from $289,459,602 
to $360,079,952; personal property from $174,926,792 to $213,324,039; 
taxes collected by the State from $2,616,439.62 to $4,832,589.86; 
amount spent for education from $2,958,160.19 to $6,119,602.72. 
Chief Justice Clark and many other judges testify that crime in this 
State has materially decreased since prohibition became effective. 
Convictions for murder in the first degree have decreased from 301 
during the last five years of license to 136 during the first five 
years of prohibition. 

We rejoice in the more favorable attitude of the press towards 
this great reform movement, as evidenced by the fact that many 
of our leading newspapers now bar liquor advertisements and are 
devoting valuable space to the consideration of this matter. We 
also note with satisfaction the increasingly favorable attitude of 
Congress and State legislatures and the officers of the law in the 
enactment and enforcement of prohibitory laws. 

In conclusion we desire to present the following resolutions: 

Believing that the organized legalized liquor traffic is one of 
the two most gigantic evils of modern times, the enemy of the 
home, the church, and the State, and that the sanctity of the 
home, the perpetuity of the State, and the effectiveness of the church 
demand its speedy and complete overthrow: 



MINUTES OF SESSION WIS 53 

Resolved, first, That we as delegates representing more than a 
quarter of a million of members of Baptist churches of North Caro- 
lina, in Convention assembled, pledge our sympathy and support to 
the Anti-Saloon League and to all kindred organizations in their 
efforts to exterminate this evil; and that we request our pastors 
and churches to use all their influence for law enforcement and to 
aid the Anti-Saloon League by allowing its representatives to pre- 
sent this question in their pulpits. 

Resolved, second, That we commend our State legislature for 
the laws already enacted, and that we respectfully urge the passage 
of such additional legislation as will render these laws more effec- 
tive in carrying out the will of the people as expressed at the polls, 
to wit: an act prohibiting the advertisement of liquor and the sale 
of papers carrying such advertisements; an act prohibiting clubs 
from serving liquor to their members; an act prohibiting the manu- 
facture and sale of hard cider for beverage purposes. 

Resolved, third. That we memorialize the Sixty-fourth Congress 
to pass the Hobson or some similar resolution for an amendment to 
the National Constitution for National prohibition, and that we 
call upon our representatives in Congress to give their active sup- 
port to this measure, and that the Secretary of this Convention be 
instructed to send a copy of this resolution to each of our repre- 
sentatives; also to prohibit the sale of liquor in the District of 
Columbia and in our territorial possessions — Alaska, Hawaii and 
the Philippines; also to bar all shipments of liquor from interstate 
commerce, and to prohibit the United States mails from carrying 
liquor or newspapers containing liquor advertisements into prohibi- 
tion territory; also to require applicants for Federal tax receipts 
to state in their applications that it is not unlawful to sell liquor 
for beverage purposes in the territory named in their applications. 

Resolved, -fourth. That we heartily commend the splendid work 
of the Anti-Saloon League of North Carolina, and express our appre- 
ciation of the fearless, faithful, and efficient service rendered 
by the Superintendent, Rev. R. L. Davis; that we commend also the 
wisdom of the League in the election of Rev. R. L. Gay as Field 
Representative to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Rev. 0. L. Stringfield, who rendered such efficient service. 

SOCIAL VICE. 

With the curse of liquor we are compelled to associate the 
baneful effects of social vice. They grow together and stimulate 
one another. The same forces which are committed to the struggle 
against the traffic in liquor are called into the struggle against 
the traffic in vice. In the new industrial centers, which present 
conditions of peculiar peril to the young people now flocking to them, 
the churches must accept the responsibility of protecting these 
young people from the cunning agencies which thrive by debauching 



54 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

them. Everywhere the churches must maintain the Christian 
standard of personal purity for both sexes alike. 

Gambling appears to be spreading in subtle and refined forms. 
In whatever guise it is obnoxious to the law of the Kingdom, and 
the sons of the Kingdom cannot be discharged from the war against 
it. 

MINISTRY TO HUMAN NEED. 

As Christ came to minister to "the captive," "the blind," "the 
bruised," typical forms of human suffering, defect, and want, his 
churches are unfaithful in so far as they neglect such a ministry. 
We do not follow the example of our Lord or fulfill his law of loving 
service unless we provide for the poor, the sick, and the defective, 
and we shall follow and obey him best by, so far as may be, fore- 
stalling these classes of need. 

William Louis Poteat, Chairman. 

Archibald Johnson. 

G. T. Lujipkin. 

R. E. White. 

In the discussion an State Missions, R. A. MeFarland spoke 
on "A Passion for the Redemption of Xorth Carolina." 

Livingston Johnson followed with his farewell address as 
Corresponding Secretary of the Convention, reviewing the 
fifteen years of his administration, exhorting to fidelity to 
God, to His Word and to each other. 

Following his address, "We'll Work Till Jesus Conies" 
was sung. 

At this juncture .1. T. Riddick came to the platform and 
presented R. T. Vann, who called on R. L. Gay to read the 
following appreciation of retiring Secretary Livingston John- 
son by a special committee from the State Hoard of Missions, 
which was adopted by a rising vote: 

AN APPRECIATION. 

"Well done, thou good and faithful servant." This language, 
uttered by our Lord in a parable, will be applied in simple justice 
by the Baptist brotherhood of North Carolina to our retiring Corre- 
sponding Secretary. Yes, and as they review a ministry which, 
ignoring State lines, has touched the uttermost borders of the 
Southern Baptist Convention, many brethren and fathers through- 
out the South will take up and repeat the divinely framed encomium: 
"Well done, thou good and faithful servant." 

Reviewing the record of his official service during the fifteen years 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 55 

just closing, one notes an increase of 28 per cent in the number of 
our Baptist churches in the State; of more than 61 per cent in the 
total of our membership, and of more than 320 per cent in our con- 
tributions to missions — all due, in large measure, to his efficient 
leadership. He will note, further, that under a plan suggested by 
the Corresponding Secretary, the Biblical Recorder management has 
been so reorganized and so related to the Convention, that it is now 
our organ in reality, without involving us in the slightest financial 
responsibility; that by the same hand a substantial foundation has 
been laid for a long needed church-building fund, and that sixty 
churches, worth $245,000, have already been erected through this 
foundation; and that in his capacity as a trustee of two of our col- 
leges, and with an interest that embraced all the other institutions, 
he has rendered valuable service to Christian education. 

Finally, one will observe that throughout this period, while lend- 
ing a powerful hand to every enterprise of our denomination, he has 
contributed effectively by tongue and pen to the measures that made 
for civic righteousness in city and State. 

As one surveys these achievements he marvels greatly, and ex- 
claims, "What hath God wrought!" 

Moreover, "these labors more abundant" have been performed with 
a faithfulness unflagging, an energy untiring, a loyalty to truth un- 
yielding, but ever tempered with charity, a generous recognition of 
the service of others that elicited their hearty cooperation and a 
love for his brethren so genuine as to win in turn the unmeasured 
love of all. 

Resolved, therefore, That we as a Convention record our grateful 
appreciation of the inestimable service rendered by Brother Living- 
ston Johnson as our Corresponding Secretary and of the self-deny- 
ing devotion of his wife which rendered possible her husband's 
great achievements. 

Resolved, further, That we tender them both our affectionate 
regard, and invoke the best blessings of God upon their future lives. 

By order of the Convention, the name of E. L. Gay was 
added to the committee. 

Following an address of appreciation, R. T. Vann pre- 
sented a chest of silver to Livingston Johnson and his faithful 
wife as a token of appreciation and esteem of 150 or more 
friends in the Convention. A tender scene followed when 
Brother Johnson accepted the gift. J. F. Love led the Con- 
vention in prayer. 

Walter N. Johnson, the newly elected Corresponding Sec- 
retary, was called to the platform, and accepted the position 



56 -V. C. BAPTIST STATE C0XVEXT10K 

tendered him, subject to the approval of the Wake Forest 
Church, of which he is pastor. 

On motion of Archibald Johnson, the following commit- 
tee was appointed by the chair to make recommendation to 
this body tonight as to a plan to provide for the financial 
relief of the debt on the Wake Forest House of the Lord : W. 
X. Jones, J. M. Arnette, J. I. Kendrick, C. H. Durham, 
Wingate M. Johnson, Archibald Johnson, A. L. Phipps. 

After singing "How Firm a Foundation," M. L. Kesler 
read the following report on the Orphanage : 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE THOMASVILLE BAPTIST 
ORPHANAGE. 

This report is, in the main, a repetition in another form of what 
has appeared in the papers, and has been discussed before many 
associations. The story is old and yet as new and fresh as the 
eager faces of the children who are passing in the unending orphan- 
age procession. 

Through the year our number has held right around 500 — 450 at 
Thomasville and 50 at the Kennedy Home. The growing numbers 
have compelled us to lengthen our cords and strengthen our stakes. 
Short crops, the increasing cost of living, and the added equipment 
necessary to care for the growing family have brought us heavily 
in debt. If no improvements outside the new dormitories had been 
made we would still have been in debt. The current fund has in- 
creased steadily for several years at about the rate of $4,000 a year; 
but our increase in numbers this year called for an increase of 
$8,500 in current funds, so we shall need an additional increase of 
nearly $5,000 above anything we have ever done to meet current ex- 
penses. 

Since beginning work at the Kennedy Home, about $25,000 have 
been expended, and about half of this has come out of the current 
fund — or rather has been borrowed from the banks. Our enlarge- 
ments were all under way when the European war paralyzed busi- 
ness. We failed to dispose of some lands coming to us from the 
Dr. S. W. Little estate. Again we were driven to borrow from the 
banks. The cottages at the Kennedy Home were built and the Miles 
Durham Nursery ready for children. We had not the heart to turn 
them away, although we saw what was coming. The schoolrooms 
and the auditorium were going up. We could not turn back, so we 
come reporting the largest debt in the history of the institution— 
now about $21,000. 

In order to give some idea of our growth we quote from the gen- 
eral manager's last report: 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 57 

TEN YEARS AGO AND NOW. 

"As this is the tenth year of the present administration, I am 
minded to look over the way we have come, and make some note of 
our progress. A review of the annual reports from the beginning 
is like reading a romance. The Lord has been wondrously kind, 
and North Carolina Baptists have responded in a way worthy of 
their history. As I have reviewed the last and trying years of my 
predecessor, I feel again that he has not received full credit for 
what he did, and that under the clearer and calmer light of the 
receding years we shall more and more appreciate his great work. 

IN 1905. 

Current fund $19,655.22 

Subscriptions to Charity and Children 4,355.38 

Circulation of Charity and Children, 8,000. 

Advertising and job work 483.10 

Total $24,493.70 

IN 1915. 

Current fund $46,941.73 

Subscriptions to Charity and Children 9,182.93 

Circulation of Charity and Children, 17,500. 

Advertising and job work 4,821.47 

Total $60,946.13 

An annual increase of $36,946.43. 

Children present then, 301; now, 500. 

Enrolled from beginning, 1,625. 

Seven grades in the school then; ten grades now. 

PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS. 

"Twelve buildings, dormitories and others, have been built new 
or enlarged. Not counted in these are the three barns (one for 
horses and two for cows), laundry installed (and later a new build- 
ing) ; Industrial Building, Woman's Building (Infirmary), Miles 
Durham Nursery, two dormitories at Kennedy Memorial Home; new 
schoolrooms and changes in Main School Building, Dr. Little Me- 
morial Auditorium; electric lights have been installed; nearly all 
the bathrooms have been remodeled; new beds furnished in nearly 
all the dormitories, and straw ticks replaced with cotton mattresses, 
much time and labor spent on the grounds in the improvement of 
walks and drives and in planting shrubbery and flowers — in all, 
amounting to at least $90,000. 

"Forty acres have been added to the farm here. By bequest, the 
Kennedy Home of 1,200 acres; the Galloway sisters' bequest of 225 
acres; by purchase, about 40 acres between the Kennedy Home and 
the public highway. All told, in real estate, $125,000. 



58 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

"For this decade of progress we thank God and look with hope to 
the unfolding years. All who have helped to bring this about de- 
serve mention, but their work cannot be reduced to terms and ex- 
pressed in figures; it is beyond our measuring line." 

So the larger orphanage is here with its debt and its demands. 

But let us look at the brighter side. Contributions have held up 
wonderfully well, as compared with other years, although they have 
not increased sufficiently to care for the added numbers. 

We had good seasons this year, and. report good crops at the 
orphanage. We are also operating part of the Kennedy farm. The 
crops are good; a full report cannot be made at this time, but a 
substantial profit will be made. 

The health record has never been better in all our history. We 
had one death — the only one in four years — an unfortunate little 
fellow, who, had he lived, would have stumbled through life with 
an enfeebled mind. He had been accepted at the Caswell Training 
School, and was to have gone there the day he was taken sick. 

Our physical equipment was never so good as it is now. We have 
one of the best dairy barns in the State. Our schoolrooms, for the 
first time in our history, are adequate and comfortable. At last, we 
have a spacious and beautiful auditorium. How did we get along 
without it? We did not get along. We were losing out on the 
religious and inspirational side of our life. The pastor and the 
orphanage family alike dreaded the Sunday services because there 
was no place where they could be seated in comfort. Now they 
gather with delight. The music swells like a great chorus. The 
children are seated comfortably, and preacher and hearer alike ex- 
perience beauty and reverence in their worship. The orphanage is 
coming to its own in the inspiration and enrichment of its life. 
Our work is organized as it never could be with our former lack of 
equipment, and our workers have never been quite so enthusiastic 
as they are now. 

In the addition of the Miles Durham Nursery, where the prattling 
two-year-old may nestle, has come a new tenderness into the life of 
our great family. And at the upper end the addition of the tenth 
grade has elevated the tone of the institution in a most gratifying 
way. We now give some instrumental music to the larger girls. 
Helpful industrial features are being added. All this we have to 
show over against the debt. 

BEQUESTS. 

Since our last Convention two important bequests have been an- 
nounced. The first from "the orphan's friend," Brother Noah Biggs, 
and the other from his business partner, Dr. R. M. Johnson. Neither 
estate has been settled, and neither comes into our possession until 
after the death of certain beneficiaries. Mr. Biggs' will provides 
that during the lifetime of these beneficiaries they are to receive 
the interest on certain amounts, and at their death these will come 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 59 

to the orphanage. Five buildings are provided for when these be- 
quests become due, and what is left over from the buildings is to 
be added to the endowment fund. This is the provision in all the 
items of the will except one. In this a house is to be built, and 
what remains over is to be used as a loan fund for orphanage girls 
going on to higher institutions, the interest only to be used. For the 
present these bequests furnish no income; they add a very respon- 
sible burden; but in the coming years they will help meet the de- 
mands of the larger orphanage. 

We shall continue to need improvements. At the Kennedy Home 
we greatly need a chapel and a school building. The chapel might 
suffice for both for a time. We had hoped some individual would 
give us $5,000 for that purpose. May he be found at an early day, 
for that is our most crying need. 

Once more we call attention to the overwhelming number of appli- 
cations for the admission of children whose mothers are living and 
in good health. When the mother is a good woman and in good 
health and able to work, we repeat that relatives, neighbors, and her 
home church should share her burden and enable her to hold her 
little family together. Such children are pressed into the orphan- 
age and are occupying the places that should be given to more 
needy children. 



How are we to get out and stay out? We can do it by dismissing 
two hundred helpless and homeless children. But nobody favors so 
heartless an expedient. Perhaps we should recast and enlarge our 
method of raising funds. Our present appeal is to the Sunday- 
schools once a month, and a general thank offering once a year. A 
large part of the church is not reached through the Sunday-school, 
and the same class may be missed by the uncertain thanksgiving 
offering. We think the "one day for the orphanage" as a special 
thank offering should grow into a fixed habit. But we cannot de- 
pend upon a one-day gift. Some opportunity ought to be given the 
members of the church who are not regular attendants at Sunday- 
school to give to the orphanage as they do to other objects. It must 
have a more certain place in the church budget of benevolence. The 
special distressing appeal repeated every year does harm and robs 
our giving of much of the spiritual blessing that should attend it; 
the appeal must become more hysterical every year, and finally lose 
its power altogether. 

It is with unfeigned sorrow and a deep sense of loss that we make 
mention of the death of two of our most honored trustees, Mr. Noah 
Biggs, of Scotland Neck, and Major H. F. Schenck, of Lawndale. 
Brother Biggs was among the first to suggest an orphanage for 
North Carolina Baptists, and was at the heart of the enterprise all 
the way. He loved the orphanage, thought and planned for it, gave 
to it while he lived, and left a large part of his fortune to it when 



60 N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEXTWX 

he died. He will live on in our hearts and in his works, which re- 
main. 

Major Schenck was a splendid type of the old Southern gentle- 
man. He was a tower of strength in his own community, a sympa- 
thetic friend of the poor, gave largely of his means to the education 
of poor boys and girls. He was a most valuable member of our 
board; wise in counsel, always with the forward look toward greater 
things for the orphanage. 

We are under great obligations to the Publicity Committee ap- 
pointed by the North Carolina Orphans' Association. This commit- 
tee was composed of Hon. M. L. Shipman, Dr. C. B. McNairy, Dr. 
H. C. Moore, Editor Archibald Johnson, Hon. J. R. Young, Gen. J. S. 
Carr. They and the newspapers have our most grateful thanks for 
their work in urging the "One Day for the Orphanage" plan. Thou- 
sands of dollars have been added to the orphanages of the State 
from this effort. 

President F. P. Hobgood reported for the Board of Trus- 
f < es of the Orphanage as follows : 

At the meeting June 29, 1915, R. A. McFarland was elected to 
succeed Noah Biggs, deceased. The following were elected to suc- 
ceed themselves for the term of six years: H. F. Schenck, C.L.Hay- 
wood, S. J. Montague, J. C. Scarborough, J. A. Durham, and C. W. 
Mitchell. 

The following brethren spoke on the Orphanage report: 
M. L. Kesler, W. 0. Barrett, T. J. Taylor, C. H. Morris, 
T. H. King, R. D. Caldwell and E. T. Vann. 

The following resolution, offered by G. T. Lumpkin, was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That this Convention urge our churches to give a place 
for the orphanage in their regular budget for benevolences. 

On motion of L. Johnson, the motion passed yesterday to 
aceept the invitation of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce 
for an automobile ride around the city this afternoon was 
reconsidered, and a motion to decline the invitation, with 
thanks, prevailed. 

On motion of C. C. Smith, the program was changed so 
that Ministerial Relief will be considered this afternoon and 
Ministerial Education tonight. 

E. A. Osborne, an Episcopal clergyman, was recognized 
bv the chair. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1015 61 

On motion of T. J. Taylor, the report on the Simpler 
Plan is made the special order under Miscellaneous Business 
this afternoon. 

A. E. Tate made the following report on place and preacher 
of the next Convention : 

Place — Blackwell Memorial Church, Elizabeth City. Entertain- 
ment on the Harvard Plan. 

Preacher — Calvin B. Waller, of Asheville, or his alternate, John 
Jeter Hurt, of Durham. A ^ Tate 

J. H. Vernon. 

W. O. Riddick. 

James Long. 

S. McIntybe. 

A. A. Butler. 

W. N. Johnson. 

After the benediction by C. S. Cashwell, the Convention 
adjourned. 

THURSDAY — Afternoon Session. 

After singing "How Firm a Foundation," President Oates 
called the Convention to order. 

The President appointed Charles E. Brewer, W. N. John- 
son and G. T. Lumpkin as a committee to prepare program 
for the Convention of 1916. 

B. W. Spilman- presented the following report on the 
Recommendations of the Corresponding Secretary, which was 
adopted : 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. 
We, your committee to whom was referred the recommendations 
of the Corresponding Secretary, submit our report as follows: 

1. That the Convention adopt items 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7 of the report. 

2. That in lieu of item 3 the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools 
be instructed: 

(1) To continue the appointment of a State B. Y. P. U. committee. 

(2) To set aside for the B. Y. P. U. work of the State the sum of 
$1,000, to be used under the direction of the State B. Y. P. U. com- 
mittee. 

3. That the Convention endorse the policy of the Board of Mis- 
sions and Sunday Schools in doing B. Y. P. U. field work, and ex- 



62 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

presses the hope that, as early as practicable, the Board will place 
in the field a worker to give full time to this work. 

B. W. Spilmax. 

L. R. Varser. 

J. A. Campbell, 

J. M. Stoxer, 

J. R. Miller. 

V. M. Swai.u. 

Charles E. Maddry. 

•T. M. Arnette read the following report of the Ministers' 
Relief Board, and also Treasurer R. H. Riggsbee's report: 

REPORT OF THE MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD. 

Some of those who have "lured to brighter worlds and led the 
way" now find this world a place of suffering and want. Hunger is 
now the experience of some who have refused to "grow fat while the 
hungry sheep look up and are not fed." Though, like Matthew 
Arnold's preacher in "East London," "much cheered with thoughts 
of Christ, the Living Bread," they need the bread that we can pro- 
vide. 

Small salaries, large giving out of meager incomes, the cost of 
frequent moving, a willingness to work in the corners of the King- 
dom, limited education, afflictions — physical or mental — the "dead 
line," are some of the reasons why there are among us ministers of 
the gospel who are in need of financial help. 

But chief among the reasons why the work of this board is neces- 
sary is that ministers as a class have refused to let their lives be 
commercialized. A great singer once said, "When I sing for money 
only, I find my voice becoming metallic." Byron says the same in 
other words as he criticises Scott for writing poetry for money: 

"When the sons of song descend to trade, 
Their bays are sear, their former laurels fade." 

To "descend to trade," to sell out for gain, weakens the preacher 
more gravely than the musician or poet. The preacher soon finds 
that his compassion for souls varies inversely with the thought and 
attention given to material possessions; that the more anxious he 
becomes for this world's goods the less he is concerned about the 
coming of the Kingdom. A notable illustration of this is found in 
the recent confession of Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis of Plymouth 
Church, Brooklyn. Dr. Hillis says: "I have thought of my own in- 
terests, when every drop of my blood . . . belonged to the sick, 
the friendless, the poor, and to the boys and girls with their eager 
and hungry minds. For years I have had a growing conviction that 
a minister has no right to make money, and does his best work 
without it." 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 



63 



Since the preacher dare not become entangled with financial ven- 
tures or thoughts of worldly gain, we may expect the demands upon 
this board to increase with the years. 

It is the purpose of this board to extend aid to every aged or 
afflicted minister who is in want, and whose poverty is the result of 
a life given to the preaching of the gospel. We have prepared a list 
of searching questions on our application blanks, and we plead for 
a personal investigation by moderators of associations and members 
of executive committees before endorsing applications. Beneficiaries 
are required to renew their applications every three years, that we 
may know whether they have become more or less needy. Aid is 
increased if there is greater need, or the applicant is dropped if his 
need does not longer justify his being continued as a beneficiary. 
This was renewal year. One beneficiary has been dropped and two 
others may be at the next meeting of the board. One of our bene- 
ficiaries went to the Soldiers' Home, and we have ceased to extend 
him aid. There are at present thirty-five ministers and widows of 
ministers receiving aid and several new applications pending. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. M. Arnette. 

REPORT OP TREASURER OP BAPTIST MINISTERS' RELIEF 
BOARD FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 6, 1915. 



1914. 
Dec. 5. 

1915. 
June 26. 
Dec. 6. 



1914. 
Xmas. 

1915. 
1st Qr. 
2d Qr. 
3d Qr. 
4th Qr. 



RECEIPTS. 

Balance $4,302.18 

Walters Durham, Treasurer $1,628.80 

Walters Durham, Treasurer 2,479.18 4,107.98 

Interest 838.01 

DISBURSEMENTS. $9,248.17 

36 beneficiaries $164.50 

39 beneficiaries 939.42 

34 beneficiaries 777.75 

33 beneficiaries 795.25 

33 beneficiaries 753.58 $3,430.50 

Printing, postage, express, stationery, 

etc 91.44 

Corresponding Secretary, services and 

expenses 100.00 191.44 

P. I. B. Fund 1,369.32 

Balance 4,256.91 



),248.17 



64 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Permanent Interest-Bearing Fund. 
1914. 

Dec. 5. Reported $17,301.05 

Received 1,369.32 

$18,670.37 
1915. 

Dec. 6. Sundry loans $17,393.38 

Balance 1,276.99 



$18,670.37 
Respectfully submitted, 

R. H. Richjsbee. Treasurer. 
Durham, N. C, December 6, 1915. 
Examined and approved. 

W. J. Bbogden, Auditor. 

E. P. Walker, C. C. Smith, J. M. Arnette and' W. A. 
Graham spoke on the report. 

On motion, W. A. Graham was given the privilege of re- 
ceiving contributions for a certain worthy widow, who is in 
destitute circumstances, whose husband was not a minister. 

( 'has. E. Brewer read a letter addressed to the Convention 
from F. M. Jordan, a veteran of the cross. 

W. R. Cullom is called on to offer a special prayer for 
Bro. Jordan and the other aged ministers. Bro. Brewer is 
instructed to reply to the letter. 

The report of the committee to nominate the Ministers' 
Belief Board was read and adopted. (See list of Boards.) 

T. W. Chambliss read the following report on the Biblical 
Recorder, which was adopted after discussion by Baylus 
Cade: 

BIBLICAL RECORDER. 

Eighty years — what glorious history has been made during those 
four score years! The passing seasons since the first issue of the 
Biblical Recorder — how much they have meant to Baptist folk! 

What sort of a vision did Elder Thomas Meredith have in those 
early days? What message came to him, in the shadow of the night, 
when he determined to send his little message out upon the ocean 
of time? How graciously the Cause, dear to his heart, prospered 
in the passing generations. 

Eight years ago the present management of the Recorder took 
over the office and editorial control. Those years tell a story of 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 65 

successful achievement. With a great heart, a strong brain, an 
active body, Dr. Hight C. Moore has had largely to do with the 
development of the Recorder until today it is recognized as one of 
the potential agencies in Southern Baptist denominational life. 
Tender in disposition, wise in counsel, energetic in service and of 
marked spiritual disposition, Hight C. Moore has shown himself 
worthy of the mantle which was thrown about him eight years 
ago. 

There are various denominational agencies. The Recorder is 
peculiarly an agency. It is an important agency. Upon the success- 
ful service of the Recorder depends largely the success of every 
other denominational agency. The Recorder IS the mouth of the 
denomination. It is not the VOICE — it is the MEANS of trans- 
mission. 

Great corporations have expended and are expending large sums 
in the work of publicity. Departments are organized. Men are 
placed in charge. The importance of this department is fully 
recognized in this age. The money expended in publicity does not 
always bring visible returns — but the fact of its importance and 
value is established. 

The Recorder is the publicity agent — -the publicity department — 
of the denomination. It is the means of transmission. The mes- 
sages of the leaders in other denominational agencies reach the 
more than 260,000 Baptists of North Carolina through the columns 
of the Recorder— or they should. The Recorder IS A VERY IM- 
PORTANT denominational agency. 

The three larger missionary agencies of the denomination — the 
State, the Home, and the Foreign Boards — what would be their 
status today without the State denominational paper? It is true 
that these boards publish leaflets and, in some instances, magazines 
— but the chief point of contact with the denomination is through 
the State paper. In the bounds of North Carolina, history has been 
written which, in all probability, would never have been written 
without the Recorder. The paper has been indispensable during 
four score years. 

The important work of the Woman's Missionary Societies; the 
furtherance of the Better Sunday School idea; the development of 
the Baptist Young People's Union; the bringing into line of the 
unenlisted churches; the deeper interest in our great institution 
at Thomasville — The Orphanage; the cause of our Baptist educa- 
tional institutions — colleges and secondary schools — dedicated to 
Christian education. 

What would become of these important departments of the Bap- 
tist work without a publicity department — a means of transmission? 
The work of advancing the varied denominational agencies has been 
the thought and life of the Recorder through the passing years. 
Every other purpose has been sidetracked. No appropriation has 
ever been made by any board or other organization. No depart- 



66 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONTENTION 

ment of Baptist effort has in a single instance borne any part of 
the expense of the publication. The columns have been and are 
given freely and graciously and it is a source of joy to the stock- 
holders in the Recorder Company that they have been able to con- 
tribute this feature toward larger Baptist success in North Carolina. 

Notwithstanding the unpleasant truth — it is a fact that it takes 
money to bring things to pass. This is true in denominational life. 
It takes money to erect buildings and to secure men. It takes money 
to purchase print paper, printer's ink, and to operate linotype 
machines. It takes money to pay postage and to employ book- 
keepers who shall watch out for the accounts of those who overlook 
the label. It takes more money to publish a religious newspaper 
than it does to produce a secular paper of the same size. The 
quality must be a little higher. 

There are but two sources of income open to the Recorder: the 
sale of its advertising space and the collections from subscribers. 
The advertising columns cannot be sold as readily as space is sold in 
secular papers. Certain advertisers must be refused. Others will 
not advertise in a paper of large general circulation, but smaller 
local patronage. 

Notice the advertising columns of the Recorder. Very few of 
the Baptist business men of this State use the columns. Possibly 
they have overlooked the value or have underestimated the im- 
portance of State-wide publicity. Some could not afford, by reason 
of the purely local aspect of their business, to purchase space in the 
Recorder — but others, with business interests reaching from the 
Hill country to the Salted sands of the East, have overlooked two 
features — the importance of the Recorder as a high grade advertis- 
ing proposition and what is equally important — the individual Bap- 
tist's obligation to aid in supporting the Recorder. Baptist business 
men should advertise in the Recorder. This brings blessing both 
ways — to the advertiser and to the Baptist people — to whom the 
Recorder CAN GIVE larger service if it receives more loyal financial 
support. 

We are informed that the directors of the Recorder have recently 
passed a resolution to the effect that after the expiration of present 
contracts, no patent medicine advertisements will be carried in the 
Recorder. This means a cutting off of revenue — at least $3,500 a 
year — a pretty big loss, and must be made up in some other way. 

Then the subscription list — the other source of revenue. The 
R< 'order goes into 12,000 Baptist homes today. There are, and the 
estimate is conservative, 75,000 Baptist homes in North Carolina. 
Some of these are not able to pay for the Recorder — others could 
not be persuaded to subscribe— possibly. Is it too many to suggest 
that there are 50,000 Baptist homes in North Carolina able to take 
the Recorder? Surely, with the combined efforts of Recorder man- 
agement and local denominational leaders, ten thousand of these 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 67 

homes could be reached this year. It should be done. There's a 
reason. 

The Recorder is doing a specific work for the denomination. It 
does it without remuneration. It does it better. It is the publicity 
agent. It carries the news of State, Home and Foreign missions and 
carries this news every week. It urges the importance of scriptural 
methods in finance, in church development, in Christian education. 
The circulation must be increased — not merely that the Recorder 
may have the necessary funds to meet expenses — though that is im- 
portant — but the circulation must be increased because the Baptise 
denomination in North Carolina needs that more men and women in 
the churches should know — know the need and know the "how" of 
meeting the need. 

When the patent medicine advertising goes out — and Baptists have 
urged it — then $3,500 must come in. The denomination must meet 
this loss. If it is not done, then the Recorder faces the necessity 
of an increased circulation price. 

There are two methods of meeting the need. 

1. Persuade Baptist business men to use advertising space in th^ 
Recorder. 

2. Give the Recorder 12,000 additional subscribers — make the list 
25,000 — and that is only one-half what it should be. 

In view of the suggestions made in this report, we recommend: 

1. That the Convention go on record as urging all Baptist busi- 
ness interests to use the columns of the Recorder as far as the varied 
lines of industry will permit. 

2. That our churches be urged to give the Recorder a place in 
the church plan — not that contributions be taken for the paper, but 
that each church raise a fund, the same to be used in sending the 
Recorder as a gift from the church, for a period, to every member 
not a subscriber. Further, we suggest that churches put the Re- 
corder into the homes of all new converts, except where the paper 
now goes to the home, for a period of time sufficient to acquaint the 
new convert with State denominational work. 

3. That individuals be urged to contribute sums of money, the 
purpose being to send the Recorder as a gift to Baptists not in the 
Recorder family, and if possible lead them into the Recorder habit. 

4. That the Convention request the Recorder management to make 
special rates to all churches and individuals desiring to send the 
Recorder as gifts — the purpose being to put into Baptist homes the 
news and appeals of the various denominational agencies. 

5. That the Recorder management be requested to appoint Associa- 
tional representatives, similar to those appointed by the Home and 
Foreign Boards, these representatives to work in their associations 
as they are able in aiding the Recorder campaigns. 

6. That this Convention urge the Recorder management to push 
with vigor their subscription campaigns and develop such further 



68 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

plans as will result in a circulation at least double the number at the 
present time. Their goal to be "The Recorder in Every Baptist 
Home." 

7. That pastors, Sunday School superintendents, officers of the 
churches, B. Y. P. U.'s and Women's Missionary Societies be urged 
to increase their efforts looking toward the larger subscription list 
of the Recorder for the important reason that the regular visit of 
the paper aids in more efficient work in every department. 

8. That this Convention express its appreciation of the splendid 
work regularly and constantly being done by the Recorder, its owners 
and managers, and in the adoption of this report does pledge larger 
cooperation in the future. T w Chambliss. 

Joel S. Snyder. 
J. W. Downey. 
L. B. Padgett. 

W. C. Barrett read the following report on the Simpler 
Plan, which was adopted: 

SIMPLER PLAN. 
A. Organization. 

1. That the President, Vice-Presidents and Recording Secretaries 
shall be elected by the Convention after a nomination in open meet- 
ing, other officers to be elected after nomination by a committee ap- 
pointed for that purpose. The Corresponding Secretaries of the 
Boards of the Convention to be elected as the Convention may 
determine. 

2. That the members of the Boards of the Convention and institu- 
tions affiliated with the Convention be distributed as far as possible, 
both as to territory and individuals. 

3. That the work of the Convention be classified under three 
heads, namely: Missions, Education and Social Service, with a Board 
of Missions and Education to be known as the State Board of Mis- 
sions and the State Board of Education; and a standing committee 
of five on Social Service. 

4. That each of these agencies shall report to the Convention in 
session each year the work done during the year, together with 
recommendations at the close of the report. 

5. That it shall be the duty of each agency to have its reports 
printed and ready for distribution on the first day of the Convention. 

6. That the Convention instruct the Boards to plan their work so 
as to avoid conflicts in presentation or collection as far as possible, 
and that special appeals for money be eliminated as far as expedient. 

7. That the Convention recommend to the churches and associa- 
tions that they cooperate with these agencies in their work. 

8. The Convention shall decide which agency shall undertake any 
given work. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 69 

9. That individuals, churches, associations and companies desiring 
the assistance and cooperation of the Baptists in North Carolina, or 
any part of them, in any work not already fostered by the Convention 
shall first present the question to the agency under which it should 
be properly placed. If the agency should refuse to take it up, it 
may be presented to the Convention under miscellaneous business or 
special order. 

10. That immediately after the preaching of the sermon each 
agency shall have not more than 20 minutes to present its report in 
general. 

11. That all work under each agency shall be considered in con- 
secutive sessions. 

12. That time shall be provided for spontaneous discussion. 

B. Board of Missions. 

1. That the word "Sunday Schools" be stricken from the name 
of the Board, leaving as the name "The State Board of Missions of 
the Baptist Convention." 

2. That the mission work of the Home and Foreign Mission Boards 
shall be done under the direction of the State Board of Missions, in 
such cooperative manner as the three Boards, or their Corresponding 
Secretaries may agree upon. 

3. That 10 minutes be given for the distribution of reports of the 
Board of Missions, which report shall contain full information in 
regard to all departments of work committed to the Board. 

4. Such part of the time allotted to this Board as shall not be 
needed for the business of the Convention shall be given to the 
discussion of the several departments of our Mission work. 

5. A representative of each of the Boards, State, Home and 
Foreign, shall have 30 minutes to present any special phase of the 
work of his Board. In addition to this, 60 minutes each shall be 
given the Sunday School and Sunday School Board, Baptist Young 
People's Union, Laymen's Movement and Woman's Work. After 
the time allotted the several departments mentioned above shall 
have expired, the remainder of the time shall be given to free and 
spontaneous discussion. 

6. At the third sessions of the time allotted to Missions there 
shall be an address, or addresses, on Missions by persons selected 
by the Corresponding Secretary of the Convention and the State 
members of the Home and Foreign Mission Boards. 

C. Board of Education. 

1. Not more than 10 minutes shall be given for the distribution of 
the report, which report shall contain full information concerning all 
the work committed to the Board. 

2. That all reports from educational institutions connected with 
the Convention be made annually to the Convention in session 



70 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

through the Board of Education, allotting 30 minutes to the Corre- 
sponding Secretary to call attention to matters of special interest. 

3. That a representative of each of the colleges under control of 
this Convention shall have at least 30 minutes to present any mat- 
ters pertaining especially to his institution, and that some one 
selected by the Board shall have 40 minutes to present matters per- 
taining to secondary schools. 

4. That the last session of the Convention devoted to Education 
shall be given for an address, or addresses, on Christian Education 
by persons selected by the Board. 

5. That the Board of Education be located in Raleigh. 

D. Committee of Social Service. 

1. Not more than 10 minutes shall be given for the distribution 
of the report, which report shall contain full information of all work 
done by the committee, together with recommendations. 

2. All reports relating to Social Service shall be made to the Con- 
vention through this committee. 

3. Twenty minutes shall be given to present special matters of the 
report by some one selected by the committee. 

4. One hour shall be given to the consideration of the Orphanage. 

5. Thirty minutes shall be given to the Secretary of the Old Minis- 
ters' Relief Board, to present matters of special interest connected 
with that Board. 

GENERAL. 

1. The secretaries and committee shall be elected annually by the 
Convention, as the Convention may see fit. m ^ g^ RRETT 

M. L. Kesler. 
G. T. Watkixs. 
L. Johnson. 
C. E. Bbeweb. 
L. R. Pruett. 
J. C. Turner. 
I. N. Loftix. 
J. A. Campbell. 
I. M. Mercer. 
G. N. Cow.w. 
J. M. Stoxer. 

On motion of John E. Ray, the President, General Sec- 
retary and Treasurer of the Baptist Seaside Assembly were 
made ex officio members of the executive committee, and 
John A. Oates was named by the Convention as chairman of 
Tin- committee. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1015 71 

The chair appointed the following other members of the 

executive committee of the Seaside Assembly: 

Carey J. Hunter, L. R. Varser, J. A. Sullivan, W. G. Hall, H. B. 
Parker, Jr., L. Johnson. 

J. T. Henderson made a verbal report of the special com- 
mittee to present plans to this body for liquidating debt on 
Assembly at Ridgecrest, that a committee, of which L. G. 
Cole is chairman, had been appointed by the directors to sell 
fifty lots at $200 each. After remarks by J. T. Henderson. 
B. W. Spilman and J. T. Watts, several brethren indicated 
their purpose to take a lot. 

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

THURSDAY— Evening Session. 

After singing' "There is a Fountain Filled with Blood," 
"On Christ, the Solid Rock/' and prayer by J. M. Page, 
President Oates called the Convention to order. 

A. Johnson presented the following report on the Wake 
Forest Church debt, which, after remarks by J. I. Kendrick, 
was adopted : 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF TEN ON THE WAKE FOREST 
CHURCH DEBT. 

Your committee recommend that the Convention employ an agent 
to finish up the payment of the debt on the Wake Forest Church, and 
that Rev. James I. Kendrick be appointed for that purpose. 

We further recommend that the Convention committee on the 
Wake Forest Church, having in charge the completion of the work of 
collecting the funds for the payment of the debt, be composed of the 
following brethren, all of whom are residents of Raleigh: Carey J. 
Hunter, W. N. Jones, C. E. Maddry, C. E. Brewer, and H. T. Hicks. 
That the Convention request the committee to press the collection 
of the funds already subscribed and solicit other subscriptions from 
the churches. w N Jones. 

J. M. Arnette. 

J. I. Kendrick. 

C. H. Durham. 

W. M. Johnson. 

A. Johnson. 

A. L. Phipps. 



72 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

On motion of B. Cade, the adoption of the report on the 
Simpler Plan was reconsidered, and section one, to elect 
officers at the close of the Convention, was stricken out. 

On motion of R. A. McFarland, the trustees of Wake 
Forest, Meredith and Chowan Colleges, which were nomi- 
nated by their different boards, were elected. (See list of 
Boards.) 

J. J. Hurt presented the following report of the Board of 
Education : 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The Board of Education, appointed at your last session and located 
in Durham, met in that city December 18, and organized by electing 
John Jeter Hurt president, C. W. Mitchell vice president, A. L. 
Phipps recording secretary, and R. H. Riggsbee auditor. An execu- 
tive committee was appointed, consisting of J. J. Hurt, Howard A. 
Foushee, A. L. Phipps, and the presidents of Wake Forest and Mere- 
dith colleges. 

After general and informal discussion as to plans, a committee, 
consisting of C. W. Mitchell, C. L. Greaves, H. A. Foushee, W. N. 
Jones and J. J. Hurt, was apopinted to nominate a corresponding 
secretary who should give his whole time to the work. This com- 
mittee was instructed to report at a meeting to be called by the 
president as soon as it was ready to make a report. Meanwhile, W. 
R. Cullom and E. W. Sikes were requested to perform the functions 
of this office, so far as their college duties would permit, until a 
regular secretary could be secured. This service was cheerfully un- 
dertaken by these brethren, and the work was vigorously prosecuted 
by them for six months. 

The board met again in Durham, at the call of the president, Jan- 
uary 22, and on the recommendation of the special committee elected 
R. T. Vann to the office of corresponding secretary. At a succeeding 
meeting, held June 8, the brother elected formally accepted the posi- 
tion and stated that he had already entered upon the work of the 
Board. Thus was begun a movement upon which, in the judgment 
of many of our wisest leaders, so much depends for the future of 
North Carolina Baptists. 

THE GUIDANCE OF GOD. 

In submitting this our first annual report to the Convention, we 
beg to say that the year's experience has deepened our conviction 
that in projecting such an enterprise the Convention was led by the 
same Divine Spirit who has guided His people in all the ages past. 
And it is fitting that we record our gratitude to God for that He 
has made choice of us to lead in this far-sweeping movement for 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 73 

Christian education, even as He appointed us to lead the other de- 
nominations of the State in the first organized missionary efforts 
and in the first practical movement looking towards the care of the 
fatherless ones. It may be added that the influence of the same 
Spirit who prompted a few Baptists sitting in convention to begin 
the work has manifested itself in the almost universal indorsement 
of it by the great Baptist host of the State. 

WORK OF THE SECRETARY. 

The Corresponding Secretary began his new work on June 1; but 
at his own request, Dr. Cullom, Secretary of the old Board of Educa- 
tion, was permitted to continue collecting funds until July 1, in 
order both to even up his accounts and to complete his fourteen 
years of service as secretary of that board. 

In his few months of service, as the Corresponding Secretary has 
observed conditions, both general and educational, in the State, and 
has heard the expressions of school men and others, he has felt, 
with serious concern, that we undertook this great business none 
too soon. While circumstances may have justified us as a denomina- 
tion in delaying this beginning so long, our denominational life has 
undoubtedly suffered materially from the delay. And with equal 
certainty it may be asserted that further delay would have been 
attended by still more hurtful consequences. 

The Corresponding Secretary has devoted himself to the task be- 
fore him with such powers as he could command. He has presented 
the work of the board in person before twenty churches, eighteen 
associations, and one union meeting. In seeking to correct and im- 
prove conditions as he found them, the burden of his addresses so 
far has been the need of training for any kind of service as revealed 
in the Bible and manifested in the course of providence; and also 
the particular need of religious training for all Christians for the 
service whereunto we have been called. The reception accorded him 
has been cordial, and the people have heard his message with pa- 
tience and, so far as he could observe, with interest. In view of 
the fact that most of our active pastors and churches had already 
laid out their work for the year when the Corresponding Secretary 
entered the field, we could hardly have hoped as yet for any large 
increase of contributions from the churches. As a matter of fact, 
the percentage of increase over the acknowledgments of last year 
was a little more than forty-five. The churches and associations 
visited, however, were requested to set their goals for next year at 
three times the amounts given during the past year; and it is grati- 
fying to be able to report that with very few exceptions all agreed by 
resolutions to attempt that much, and a number undertook a still 
larger percentage. 

SCHOOLS IN OUR SYSTEM. 

The schools that reported at your last session in Raleigh have 
been recognized by our board as members of the Convention's sys- 



74 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

tern. They are as follows: Mountain Schools — Fruitland Institute, 
Haywood Institute, Mars Hill College, Mitchell Collegiate Institute, 
Mountain View School, Round Hill Academy, Sylva Collegiate Insti- 
tute, Yancey Collegiate Institute. Other Academies — Boiling Springs 
School, Dell School, Liberty-Piedmont Institute, South Fork Insti- 
tute, Wingate High School, Winterville High School. Colleges — 
Wake Forest, Meredith, Chowan. 

These institutions have expressed their appreciation of the recog- 
nition given them and their purpose to cooperate in promoting the 
educational policy of the Convention. 

The high schools reported last year an enrollment of 2,619, and a 
property valuation of $324,700. The colleges reported an enrollment 
of 951, and a property valuation of $1,174,280. The statistics for the 
present year appear in a tabulated form on page . . of the Minutes. 
In comparing these statistics with those furnished last year, it will 
be observed that the enrollment reported this year covers only the 
matriculations to date in the present session, whereas those in last 
year's table covered the entire session. The funds collected during 
the year by the high schools outside of fees amounted to $8,234, and 
by the colleges to $13,796.65. But these figures are imperfect, be- 
cause in some cases the school principals reported certain buildings 
or improvements added without giving their value, and in the case 
of the colleges the $1,000 reported for Chowan is an estimate of the 
president, he having been unable to secure the exact figures from his 
field secretary. No report came from one of the high schools, no 
doubt on account of a change in principals, the new principal fail- 
ing to receive the letter of inquiry which was addressed to the old 
one. 

All the high schools save three report an increased enrollment 
for the fall semester, and of these three one reported that its loss 
was due to a separation of the State's high school students from its 
own. In the case of the colleges, Chowan gained fifteen, Meredith 
twenty-one, and Wake Forest twenty-three over their enrollment to 
date last year. 

MINISTERIAL STUDENTS. 

It will be remembered that in enlarging its educational program, 
the Convention by no means meant to minimize the importance of 
ministerial education. According to the understanding of your 
Board, this phase of our work, so long recognized as essential to our 
denominational progress, was to be pressed with no less vigor be- 
cause of the larger campaign for general education. As a matter of 
fact, the new Board has prosecuted this part of its work under the 
same general policy as was pursued by the old one. 

The total number of young men at Wake Forest this fall pre- 
paring for the ministry is eighty-three. Of this number, seventy- 
one are receiving aid from our Board. It may not be generally 
known among our people who contribute to this object that all who 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 75 

apply for assistance must not only present credentials from their 
home churches attesting their character and the conviction that they 
have been called of God to the ministry, but after reaching the col- 
lege they must pass a satisfactory examination before a committee 
of the Board as to their conversion, call to the ministry, and doc- 
trinal views. At this special examination last fall, the editor of the 
Recorder and the Corresponding Secretary of the Convention met 
by invitation with the regular committee, and after the examination 
they remarked on the fine impression made on them by the young 
ministers. 

THE SEMINARY AND TRAINING SCHOOL. 

To the list of schools given above should be added our Theological 
Seminary and the Woman's Missionary Union Training School at 
Louisville — the former for ministers and the latter principally for 
the training of women who are preparing for mission work, but 
open also to any women who wish to take the courses of instruction 
offered there. These courses are part of the regular instruction 
given to the ministers, and are invaluable for the training of our 
women for the constantly enlarging service that they are undertak- 
ing. 

Since, in common with all Southern Baptists, we own and control 
these institutions, and since they depend on us in part for their 
support, we have included them in our system of schools. Their 
statistical statements appear in the table with those of our North 
Carolina institutions. The number of North Carolina students in 
the seminary this fall is thirty-five, and of North Carolina women 
in the training school is two. 

By instruction of the Convention, the former Board of Education 
divided the funds given for ministerial education each year between 
the young men studying at Wake Forest and those studying at the 
seminary in the ratio of five to two. And it will be assumed that 
the new Board is to follow the same rule unless otherwise instructed 
by you. It will be observed that the total number of our seminary 
students is just one-half the number aided by our Board at Wake 
Forest. But of this thirty-five at the seminary only twenty-two are 
receiving assistance there. If the others do not need assistance we 
are contributing about the same amount per capita to the seminary 
men as is given to the Wake Forest men. But since the aid fund at 
the seminary, according to the statement of President Mullins, is 
$3,500 in debt, it may be that the number of North Carolina students 
who receive assistance is limited not by their need, but by the ability 
of the seminary to aid them. The amount sent by the former Board 
last year was $1,496.06; it is likely to be a little larger for this ses- 
sion. We have never given any aid to the women in the training 
school. The seminary charges no tuition fees to any one. 



76 N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

CONDITIONS AND OUTLOOK. 

As reported above, our schools still show up well in respect to 
patronage; and from personal experience, this writer is prepared to 
say that the work being done by them would not suffer in a compari- 
son with the work done by the State schools. Indeed, such a com- 
parison at present would make a decidedly favorable showing for 
the Baptist high schools. Nor would our colleges shrink from a 
similar comparison with the State colleges, whether for young men 
or young women. Here again we have high testimony from experts 
in favor of our Baptist colleges. 

But two things must be kept clearly in mind: First, our high 
schools have had to do their work under such serious handicaps that 
most of them have reached the point where they must receive help 
or they can no longer meet the demands of the times; with some, 
the alternative is speedy help or extinction. Of the fourteen high 
schools only two report no debt; three need more dormitories, and 
all need sewerage and water-works, laboratories for teaching physics 
and chemistry, better reference libraries, and more income to meet 
running expenses. And in the last particular the colleges also are 
heavily handicapped. 

Second. The State schools are being enlarged, better equipped 
and better supported so rapidly that unless we make haste to un- 
hamper our own institutions and supplement their incomes it is 
hard to see how many of them can long maintain their unequal con- 
test. And unless our schools offer something better than can be 
found in the State schools we cannot reasonably expect our people, 
however loyal, to continue paying in their own schools for what the 
State schools will offer freely. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

For the first year we can only follow the simple form of statement 
that has been made by Secretary Cullom in former years. Our 
financial showing for the past year is as follows: 

Balance on hand from last year $ 366.12 

Receipts during the past year 7,397.66 

Total $7,763!78 

Paid out as per vouchers 6,727.38 

Balance on hand $1,036.40 

PKOHLEMS liEFOKE THE BOARD. 

In initiating so large a movement our Board naturally expected 
to encounter many obstacles, and perhaps some opposition from 
within our own ranks. The opposition so far has been negligible; 
but the difficulties are many and serious. The number and proper 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 77 

location of high schools to be maintained, the grade of their work 
and the coordination of their curricula with those of our colleges, 
the allaying of local jealousy and the enlargement of local views 
so as to bring communities to comprehend and support a State-wide 
system, the awakening of the masses of our people to the meaning 
and the fundamental importance of Christian education and the 
enlistment of their practical sympathy with this cause, and the task 
of bringing immediate financial relief to some of our schools — these 
are some of the difficulties that confront us. But if we find, as we 
doubtless shall, that our progress is slow, we may take comfort in 
the thought that this is also true of most large enterprises; so that 
the rate of progress is in inverse ratio to the greatness of the move- 
ment. And if the expenditure at first proves disproportionate to the 
income, as it almost certainly will, we may recall the day — some 
forty years ago — when the receipts for missions in this State were 
insufficient to pay the salary of the Corresponding Secretary. But 
let the Convention and all the Baptist brotherhood assuredly know 
that whatever the difficulties and however slow the progress, your 
present Board are so sure of the approval of God upon this move- 
ment and of its ultimate success under His divine direction, that 
they have no mind but to press it with all possible vigor, looking 
unto Jesus, the author, and, as they steadfastly believe, the tri- 
umphant finisher of the work committed unto them. 

IN MEMORIAM. 

Since the creation of this Board one year ago a prince in the realm 
of religious learning has fallen, and a great intellectual light has 
been dimmed by death. In the early morning of November 5, having 
wrought a great work and fought a good fight and finished his course 
with joy, Charles Elisha Taylor was called up to his own coronation. 

Coming into our denominational life as professor of Latin at Wake 
Forest College in 1870, making a distinguished name as teacher, and 
then lifting the college to the foremost place among the denomina- 
tional colleges in the South during the twenty-one years of his presi- 
dency, he built for himself a monument whose strength and splendor 
outreached the need or the power of human speech; so that on that 
early November morning, instead of dying, he just began to live. 
This is not the time, nor is there space here, for an estimate of his 
worth or an enumeration of his achievements. But no report on 
Christian education at this time would be admissible without the 
mention of his illustrious name, and it is hoped that the Convention 
will set aside some hour in which his friends and lovers may open 
their hearts in his memory. 

A LAST WORD. 

The Corresponding Secretary could not willingly close this report 
without expressing his grateful recognition of the generous coopera- 
tion and splendid sympathy shown by our pastors and the brother- 



78 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

hood at large, so far as he has met them, in his difficult task of try- 
ing to start this new enterprise. Pressed as they were by the un- 
usual conditions surrounding the Mission Board and the orphanage, 
and responding by great giving to the calls of both of these objects, 
it would have been only natural if they had made this an excuse 
for neglecting any other call. But instead of this, after meeting the 
emergencies of the other boards, they rallied gallantly to our sup- 
port and gave nearly one thousand dollars more than they were asked 
for to foster the youngest child of the Convention. All honor to you, 
brethren, one and all. You did your work under the inspiration of 
Him "whose you are and whom you serve." With such comrades 
and such a Leader, whatever the difficulties ahead, we shall go for- 
ward unafraid. 

AUDITOR'S STATEMENT. 

I have carefully checked stubs and receipts given as shown in this 
account of W. R. Cullom and R. T. Vann, from December 15, 1914, 
to November 23, 1915, verified the additions and find the sum total 
of disbursements as herein shown $6,727.38. 

The receipts with balance from last year, $7,763.78, showing bal- 
ance on hand of $1,036.40. R H RlGGSBEE? 

December 4, 1915. Auditor. 

Secretary R. T. Vann made an address on the report. 
W. R. Cullom presented the following resolution in refer- 
ence to Oxford College, which was adopted : 

Whereas. For sixty-five years Oxford College has maintained high 
ideals of scholarship and of character training of girls, and whereas 
during this long period it has sent out hundreds of girls prepared 
in mind and in heart to be homemakers and leaders in every good 
word and work: 

Therefore, resolved. That this Convention extend to President 
Hobgood, for thirty-five years in charge, our sympathy and hearty 
good wishes. 

On motion of T. J. Taylor, a free-will offering was taken 
for F. M. Jordan amounting to $24.48. 

A motion by J. S. Snyder that the Secretary secure a cut 
and brief biography of Chas. E. Taylor and insert them in 
the Annual was passed. 

C. C. Smith offered the following resolutions, which were 
;i(l"pted: 

Resolved. First. That the thanks of this Convention be tendered 
to the entertaining church, its pastor, all of the Baptist churches 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1915 79 

and pastors of the city, and the many friends for their very kind 
hospitality, and for the many courtesies shown this Convention and 
its members. 

Second. That we express our appreciation to the local and other 
daily papers of the State for their full and splendid reports of the 
proceedings of this Convention; and 

Third. That we heartily approve the Harvard plan of entertain- 
ment, and that we commend the action of the Charlotte committee 
in bringing the Convention to this plan. 

The secretary read the report of the committee to nomi- 
nate members of the Board of Missions, and it was adopted. 
(See list of Boards.) 

A motion prevailed to complete the work of this session 
before adjournment tonight. 

In the memorial service which followed, W. L. Poteat, 
W. G. Barrett, I. K Loftin, W. A. Smith, J. A. Oates and 
others spoke of Chas. E. Taylor ; M. L. Kesler spoke of Noah 
Biggs and R. M. Johnson; F. P. Hobgood spoke of P. H. 
Fountain; Livingston Johnson spoke of Miss Fannie E. S. 
Heck. 

On motion of B. Cade the secretaries were authorized to 
make the necessary changes in the constitution consequent 
upon the passage of the Simpler Plan. 

The Secretary was directed to send a message to J. 1). Huf- 
ham, expressing the esteem of this body. 

On motion of C. W. Blanchard, the Convention adjourned 
sine die, after singing "Blest Be the Tie That Binds" and 
the benediction by T. J. Taylor. 

John A. Oates, President. 

Chas E. Brewee, 

Walter M. Gilmore, 

Secretaries. 



LIST OF DELEGATES 



ALEXANDER. 

Damascus — A. A. Leach, Statesville, N. C, K. No. 5 

ANSON. 

Broun Creek — I. F. Thomas, Wadesboro. 

BEULAH. 

Roxboro — D. F. Putnam. 

Yanceyville — C. M. Murchison, John Bradner. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 

Xorth Wilkesboro — Edward Long. 

Walnut Grove — W. C. Meadows, Poor's Knob. 

BUNCOMBE. 

AsheviUe. First— C. B. Waller, J. M. Stoner, J. C. Owen, J. C 
Pritchard, W. O. Riddick, E. L. Wolslagel. 

Calvary, AsheviUe — A. E. Brown, H. B. Killam, B. B. Jones. 

French Broad Avenue, AsheviUe — G. D. Carter, John Bomar. 

Beaver Dam — E. P. Stradley, AsheviUe, R. No. 1. 

Biltmorc—C. M. Rock. 

Bhi'k Mountain — C. E. Beaver. 

Ridgecrest — J. D. Moore, B. W. Spilman. 

CALDWELL. 

Conioay's Chapel — D. 0. Ray, Lenoir, R. No. 5. 
Granite Falls — C. A. Rhyne. 

Lenoir — B. W. N. Simms, W. M. Moore, J. W. Whisnant, T. W. 
Thomas. 

Union — J. M. Shaver, Lenoir, R. No. 6; J. J. Roberts, Lenoir. 

CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS. 

Cerro Gordo— J. R. Williamson, W. S. Ballard. 

Oakdale—A. H. Porter, Whiteville. 

Sweet Home—G. W. Stanley, Molly. 

Whiteville— J. H. Poteet, J. F. Jordan, J. E. Elkins. 

Williamson's Cross Roads — J. H. Williamson, Cerro Gordo. 



LIST OF DELEGATES 81 



CAROLINA. 



Fruitland — N. A. Melton, Hendersonville. 
Hendersonville, First — K. W. Cawthon. 
Hendersonville, East—B. S. Pace, W. N. Flanden. 
Salem— C. E. Puett, Fletchers. 
Tuxedo — T. C. King, Saluda. 

CATAWBA RIVER. 

Morganton. First — E. McK. Goodwin, S. Huffman. 

Morganton, East — C. A. Caldwell. 

Mt. Home — C. A. Lineberger, Morganton. 



Brass-fields — J. F. Mitchiner, Franklinton. 

Franklinton — G. P. Harrill. 

Raleigh. First— T. W. O'Kelley, C. F. Meserve, W. N. Jones, E. L. 
Middleton, C. J. Thompson, W. A. Graham, J. E. Ray, C. J. Hunter, 
R. T. Vann, J. S. Farmer, Walters Durham, H. C. Moore, J. D. 
Boushall, M. L. Shipman. 

Rolesville— Macon Alford, M. H. Lynch. Wake Forest. 

Wakefield— A. A. Pippin. 

Wake Forest — W. N. Johnson, W. L. Poteat, E. W. Sikes, J. I. 
Kendrick, E. W. Timberlake, W. R. Cullom, C. E. Brewer, W. M. 
Dickson, W. T. Carstarphen, I. O. Jones, H. A. Powell. 

CHOW AX. 

Ballard's Bridge— A. A. Butler, Tyner. 
Edenton — E. L. Wells. 
Elizabeth City, First— J. G. Gregory. 

Elizabeth City, Blackwell Memorial— I. N. Loftin, H. G. Godfrey, 
E. F. Aydlett. 

Gatesville—T. S. Crutchfield. 

Sawyer's Creek — J. K. Henderson, Belcross. 

Shiloh — H. P. Lamb, Elizabeth City. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Fayetteville — J. S. Snyder, J. A. Oates. 
Hope Mills — W. E. Dunnagan. 
Massey Hill—R. E. Brickhouse, Fayetteville. 
Stedman — E. Lee Fox. 

EASTERN. 

Clinton— F. T. Collins. 
Mt. Olive— R. H. Herring. 



82 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONTENTION 

FLAT RIVER. 

Oxford — G. T. Lumpkin, F. P. Hobgood, L. W. Alderman. 
Poplar Creek — E. R. Nelson, Henderson. 

FRENCH BROAD. 

Grape Yine — J. F. Tilson, Marshall, R. No. 2. 

Marshall— S. T. Hensley. 

Mars Hill— J. R. Owen, 0. L. Stringfield, R. L. Moore. 

GREEN RIVER. 

Harmony Grove — D. C. Brown, Marion. 

Marion — W. H. Moore. 

Mt. Vernon — G. M. Freeman, Bostic; W. L. Walker, Rutherfordton. 

Xebo — A. P. Sorrells, Union Mills. 

Old Fort— J. P. Bennett. 

Rutherfordton — G. A. Martin. 

HAYWOOD. 

Bethel — R. A. Sentelle, Waynesville. 
Locust Field — G. P. Hamrick, Canton. 

Waynesville — M. T. McCracken, G. C. Hayner, J. R. Morgan, A. V. 
Joyner, L. M. Welch. 

JOHNSTON. 

Beaty Chapel— R. L. Smith, Smithfield. 

Benson — J. M. Duncan. 

Clayton— C. W. Carter, A. C. Hamby. 

Kenly — D. E. Vipperman. 

Middlesex— W. H. Wall. 

Selma — C. E. Stevens. 

Smithfield — J. E. Lanier. 

KIN(.S MOUNTAIN. 

Boiling Springs — T. C. Holland, J. D. Huggins, A. W. Crabtree, 
Shelby; J. W. P. Hill, J. M. Goode, J. L. Pruette, G. H. Huggins, 
Shelby, R. No. 3. 

Cherryville—D. P. Dellinger, J. H. Trott. 

Cleveland Mills— J. W. Suttle. 

Double Springs — D. G. Washburn, Shelby. 

Elizabeth— E. C. Baedry, Shelby. 

Grover — D. J. Keeter. 

Kings Mountain — J. R. Miller, D. F. Hord. 

New Brthd — J. V. Devenny, Carme Elam, Lawndale. 

New Prospect — I. D. Harrill, Shelby, R. No. 4. 

Patt< rson station — L. F. King, Shelby, R. No. 7. 



LIST OF DELEGATES 83 

Sandy Plains — J. D. Bridges, Lattimore. 

Shelby, First — B. T. Falls, J. T. Bowman, J. J. McMurry, L. W. 
Swope, Geo. Dover, C. C. Hamrick, T. G. Hamrick, A. H. Sims, G. P. 
Webb, J. H. Quinn. 

Shelby, Second — -W. E. Lowe. 

Zion— A. C. Irvin, J. M. Wilson, Shelby, R. No. 5. 



Holloways — B. R. Cross, High Rock, R. No. 1. 
Lexington — P. S. Vann. 
Pino Baptist — J. F. Carter, Linwood. 

Thomasville, First — I. M. Mercer, L. E. Teague, W. B. Stone, 
Archibald Johnson. 

Thomasville, Orphanage — M. L. Kesler, F. B. Hamrick. 
WaUburg—J. M. Cheek, C. M. Wall, G. G. Wall. 

LITTLE RIVER. 

Apex, Central — J. M. Holleman. 

Buies Creek — J. A. Campbell, A. C. Campbell. 

Duke—S. W. Oldham. 

Friendship — J. W. Byrd, Bunnlevel. 

MECKLENBURG-CABARRUS. 

Charlotte, First — W. M. Vines, J. A. Parker, James B. Pratt, B. F. 
Withers, D. L. Probert, H. G. Harper, N. V. Porter, J. P. Hackney, 
W. C. Dowd, C. A. Moseley, T. B. Phillips, T. S. Franklin, Willis 
Brown, C. O. Kuester. 

Charlotte, Ninth Avenue — L. R. Pruette, W. M. Lyles, D. W. Fink, 
F. D. King, M. J. Green, S. F. Conrad. 

Charlotte, PritcharS Memorial — W. A. Smith, J. J. Ezell, W. F. 
Dowd, D. M. Austin, H. W. Hood. 

Charlotte, Allen Street— R. D. Carroll, D. F. Helms. 

Charlotte, Chadwick — J. H. Spaulding, J. L. Blackman, W. N. 
Blackman. 

Cornelius — W. A. Hough, J. Mooney, Davidson. 

Concord, First — G. V. Tilley. 

Concord, McGill Street— D. A. Kearns, A. L. Howell, J. W. Whitley. 

Concord, West — J. W. Snyder. 

Highlands— -W. T. Potts. 

Howells — M. H. Austin, Concord, R. No. 7. 

Independence Hill — J. R. McCurdy, Huntersville. 

Kannapolis — E. P. Carter, S. J. Beeker. 

Matthews— R. D. Cross, George St. Clair, J. H. Wilson, J. W. Phil- 
lips. 

Stough Memorial — F. A. Liles, Pineville. 



84 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

MONTGOMERY. 

Mount Carmel—T. E. Staley, Troy. 
Mount Gilead — 0. P. Campbell. 
Troy — J. M. Page, P. C. Morris. 

mount ziox. 

Burlington — M. W. Buck, J. H. Vernon. 

Durham. First — J. J. Hurt, C. P. Norris, L. G. Cole. 

Durham, Second— J. T. Riddick, J. T. Salmon. 

Durham, East — Q. C. Davis. 

Durham, North— J. M. Arnette, R. R. Lanier, A. L. Phipps. 

Durham, West — B. V. Ferguson. 

Durham. Edgcmont — C. C. Smith. 

Olive Chapel — W. S. Olive, Apex. 

N E D BE- ATLANTIC. 

Ayden — G. J. Dowell. 

Goldsboro, First — G. T. Watkins, M. L. Hooper. 

Morehead City — H. W. Baucom. 

New Bern, First — L. B. Padgett. 

Oriental — E. F. Mumford. 

Sicansboro — J. E. Copeland. 

NEW FOUND. 

Flats of Spring Creek — R. H. Hipps, Spring Creek. 

PEE DEE. 

Ellerbc — D. P. Bridges. 

Gibson — O. W. McManus, J. B. Mason. 

Hamlet— E. A. Harrill, A. T. Howell. 

Hoffman — C. H. Teague. 

Laurinburg — James Long. 

Morven — T. B. Justice. 

Rockingham, First — Bruce Benton. 

Rockingham, Cobb's Memorial — C. E. Edwards. 

Spring Hill—E. C. Smith, W. E. Goode, Wagram. 

Wadesboro, First— W. H. Reddish, D. H. LeGrand, C. W. Thomas. 

PIEDMONT. 

Asheboro — R. E. Powell. 

Greensboro, First — J. C. Turner, C. T. Lipscomb, A. W. Cooke, 
W. H. Eller, C. H. Nash, W. H. Wilson, J. B. Stroud. 

Greensboro. Forest Avenue — J. T. J. Battle, J. S. Moore, R. G. 
Kendrick. 

Greensboro. ~\Yhite Oak — W. L. Barrs. 



LIST OF DELEGATES 85 

High Point, First— A. E. Tate, A. W. Claxon, F. M. Pickett, J. C. 
Teague, C. A. Smith. 

High Point, West End — F. L. Fidler. 
Moore's Chapel — J. D. Hackney, Franklinville. 
Ramseur — W. O. Johnson. 
Reidsville, First — E. N. Johnson, W. L. Price. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 

Boonville — S. F. Morton, Winston-Salem. 
Kernersville—T. S. Guy, T. C. McCuiston. 
Leaksville — R. E. White, C. M. Beach. 
Mount Airy, First — T. H. King. 
Mount Airy, Second — C. C. Haymore. 
Shiloh — W. T. Baucom, Pinnacle. 
Spray — T. M. Green. 

Winston-Salem,, First — H. A. Brown, George Poe. 
Winston-Salem, Brown Memorial — C. H. Durham, J. C. Kreeger, 
G. T. Stephenson. 

Winston-Salem, Greenwood Avenue — J. T. Byrum. 
Winston-Salem, North— S. J. Montague, W. F. Staley. 
Winston-Salem, Southside — V. M. Swaim. 
Winston-Salem, Salem — S. L. Naff. 

RALEIGH. 

Apex — G. N. Cowan. 
Gary — W. L. Griggs. 

Holly Springs— C. H. Norris, C. H. Collins, Apex, R. No. 5. 
Inwood — G. R. Parker, Raleigh. 

Raleigh, Tabernacle— C. E. Maddry, J. M. Broughton, Jr., J. M. 
Edwards, C. R. Boone, C. A. Upchurch. 
Raleigh, Pullen Memorial — W. H. Dodd. 

BOAN MOUNTAIN. 

Bakersville — R. T. Teague. 

ROANOKE. 

Chocowinity — J. M. McKenzie. 
Farmville — J. E. Kirk. 
Greenville, Memorial — H. N. Blanchard. 
Nashville — Oscar Creech. 
Plymouth— C. G. Wells. 
Roanoke Rapids — C. H. Trueblood. 

Rocky Mount, First— L. Johnson, T. M. Arrington, E. W. Shearin, 
W. P. Campbell, Burlington. 

Rocky Mount, Arlington Street— N. H. Shepherd. 



86 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Rocky Mount, North — J. W. Nobles. 
Scotland Neck — R. A. McFarland. 
Spring Hope — 0. W. Sawyer. 
Tarboro — R. H. Bowden. 
Washington — W. C. Miller, R. L. Gay. 
Weldon—J. G. Blalock. 
Wilson, First — T. W. Chambliss. 

KOBESON. 

Antioch — E. W. West, Lumberton. 

Ashpole— P. H. Pittman, V. H. Taylor, I. M. Thompson, B. W. Pitt- 
man, Fairmont. 

Barnesville — R. A. Hedgepeth. 

Big Branch — I. P. Hedgepeth, Lumberton. 

Lumberton, First— C. L. Greaves, Q. T. Williams, N. A. Thompson, 
R. T. Allen, S. Mclntyre, L. R. Varser, R. D. Caldwell. 

Lumberton, East — W. R. Davis. 

Parkton — J. L. Jenkins, Lumber Bridge. 

Lumber Bridge — J. W. Cobb. 

Pembroke — J. F. Davis. 

Red Springs — Alexander Miller. 

Rcnnert — W. T. Covington. 

St. Pauls — J. A. Snow, W. H. Howard, D. B. Lancaster. 

Tolarsville — R. L. Byrd, St. Pauls. 

SANDY CREEK. 

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

Bonlee — K. C. Horner. 

Carthage — J. 0. Fulbright. 

Hickory Mountain — W. B. Dorsett, W. J. Hackney, Siler City. 

Jonesboro — W. B. Waff. 

Love's Creek — V. M. Dorsett, Siler City. 

Pittsboro — J. L. GrifBn. 

Rives Chapel — J. W. Watson, Charlotte. 

Sanford—J. B. Willis. 

Siler City—G. E. Spruill. 

Southern Pines — F. M. Gardner. 

Vass — David Webster, Lakeview. 

SANDY RUN. 

Bethel— Z. D. Harrill, Ellenboro. 
Caroleen — J. G. Graham. 
Forest City— J. Q. Adams, H. D. Harrill. 
Henrietta— B. E. Bland. 



LIST OF DELEGATES 87 

SOUTH FORK. 

Alexis — W. F. Huggins, J. M. Ballard. 

Belmont — F. M. Huggins. 

Brookford — C. P. Edwards, Hickory. 

Bruington — S. A. Stroup, Stanley. 

Dallas — I. T. Newton. 

Gastonia, First— W. C. Barrett, M. C. Thorn, J. D. Smith, W. J. 
Clifford, T. C. Smith, Beeler Moore, L. F. Groves, J. D. Smith. 

Gastonia, East— J. J. Beach, W. L. Walters, G. C. Moss, J. V. 
Fisher. 

Hickory, First— J. D. Harte, J. B. Pruitt, J. A. Martin, R. L. White, 
W. R. Bradshaw, J. W. Elliott, J. D. Elliott, W. L. Boatright, C. W. 
Ellington, J. W. Bowles. 

Hickory, West—W. N. Cook, J. E. Cook, R. G. Mace. 

Lincolnton, First — S. W. Bennett, C. C. Wheeler. 

Long Creek — J. P. Horn, Dallas. 

Loray — G. P. Abernethy, Gastonia. 

Mount Holly — O. L. Hoffman. 

Maiden — J. A. Hoyle. 

Mountain Grove — A. W. Setzer, Maiden. 

Mount Holly — E. C. Andrews, E. C. Andrews, Jr. 

Newton — M. A. Adams, Eugene Adams, S. T. Gaddy. 

Olivet — A. L. Ervin, Monbo; J. S. Connell, J. T. Ervin, Catawba; 
Osborne Brown, Long Island; H. 0. Eades, Monroe. 

Riverview — W. W. Rimmer, Maiden. 

Startown — J. Yates Killian, Newton. 

SOUTH RIVER. 

Salemburg — W. J. Jones, S. A. Howard, R. N. Butler, J. E. Dupree. 
Spring Branch — W. S. Strickland, Dunn, R. No. 1. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 

Advance — S. W. Hall. 
China Grove — C. M. Cope. 
Cooleemee — H. C. Marley. 
Enon — C. R. Myers, Jr., Salisbury, R. No. 5. 

Mocksville—T. M. Hendrix, L. G. Horn, D. W. Littleton; L. R. Call, 
Wake Forest. 

Mooresvillc — L. U. Weston. 

Rockwell — C. A. Wilson. 

Salisbury, First — C. A. G. Thomas, J. C. Durham, W. M. Sapp. 

Salisbury, Chestnut Hill — J. L. Kirk. 

Spencer, First — E. T. Carter. 

Statesville, First — Charles Anderson, W. A. Thomas, L. K. Lazenby. 

Statesville, Front Street — C. S. Cashwell. 



88 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



Albemarle, First — R. P. Walker. 
Albemarle, West — B. G. "Whitley. 
Big Lick — J. S. Harris, Oakboro. 
Cottonville — W. A. Hough, Norwood. 
Locust — E. D. Teeter, Stanfield. 
Mineral Springs — L. M. Sasser, Oakboro. 
Norwood — J. C. Gillespie. 
Pleasant Grove — N. A. Teeter, Oakboro. 

SURRY. 

Mountain Park—G. W. Williams, State Road. 

TAR RIVER. 

Bunn — W. H. Hartsell. 

Castalia—G. W. May. 

Littleton — Baylus Cade. 

Louisburg — W. M. Gilmore, Ivey Allen. 

Sulphur Springs — Paul Hartsell, Wake Forest. 

Warrenton — T. J. Taylor, J. E. Allen. 

TENNESSEE RIVER. 

Bn/son City — W. R. Beach. 

TRANSYI \ A.MA. 

Brevard— C. C. Duckworth, A. W. McDaniel. 
Hendersonville, Second — W. F. Flanders. 
Zion — A. J. Manly, Rosman. 

UNION. 

Buffalo — A. T. Staudenmire. 

Faulks — E. C. Snyder, Wingate. 

Hamilton Cross Roads— T. P. Little, Marshville; A. C. Davis, 
Marshville. 

Hermon — W. H. Helms, Waxhaw. 

Macedonia — M. D. L. Preslar, Monroe, R. No. 1. 

Meadoxo Branch — M. S. Humphrey, C. J. Black, J. W. Bivens, T. E. 
Williams, R. M. Haigler, J. C. Mclntyre, Henry Griffin, Wingate. 

Monroe, First— L. M. White, J. F. Benton, B. C. Ashcraft, F. B. 
Ashcraft, D. B. Snyder, Braxton Craig, J. C. Sikes, Walter Sanders, 
H. E. Copple. 

Olive Branch— J. G. Gulledge, Marshville, R. No. 4. 

Union — b. F. Parker, J. W. Snyder, Monroe, R. No. 1; R. H. Jones, 
Marshville. 

King Street Chapel— K. W. Hogan, Waxhaw. 



LIST OF DELEGATES 89 

WEST CHOWAN. 

Ahoskie — C. L. Dowell. 

Aulander — M. P. Davis. 

Chowan — J. S. Shaw, S. N. Watson, Winton. 

Colerain — R. B. Lineberry. 

Jackson — K. D. Stukenbrok. 

Meherrin — E. F. Sullivan, Murfreesboro. 

Murfreesboro — G. E. Lineberry, T. C. Keaton. 

Sandy Run — A. W. Early, Aulander. 

Severn — Jesse Blalock. 

Winton — N. W. Britton. 

Woodland — J. W. Downey. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 

Andrews — T. F. Deitz, J. E. Tidwell. 

WILMINGTON. 

Calvary — J. A. Sullivan, Wilmington. 
Jacksonville — R. P. Hinton. 
Southside — W. G. Hall, Wilmington. 
Wilmington, First — W. Marshall Craige. 

YANCEY. 

Burnsville— D. W. White. 

LIFE MEMBER. 

J. M. McManaway, Bowman, Ga. 

VISITORS. 

F. D. Baldy, Hartsville, S. C; Arch. C. Cree, Atlanta, Ga.; R. E. 
Clark, Pittsboro, N. C; B. D. Gray, Atlanta, Ga.; A. T. Robertson, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Associations represented 50 

Churches represented 290 

Delegates enrolled 529 



MINUTES OF THE PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

DECEMBER 6, 7, 1915 



The North Carolina Baptist Pastors' Conference met in its ninth 
annual session in the auditorium of the First Baptist Church of 
Charlotte, December 6, at 7:30 p. m., with President W. R. Cullom in 
the chair. "Blessed Assurance" was sung and the President led in 
prayer. After singing "Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me," the Chair stated 
that there was a feeling strong and deep that the approaching Con- 
vention would mark an important epoch in the history of North Caro- 
lina Baptists, and called on W. H. Reddish to read Editor Moore's 
editorial in the last issue of the Recorder, on "A Call to Prayer." 
Matthew 7:7-12 was read and commented on by President Cullom, 
after which W. T. Baucom led in prayer. The choir rendered a 
special selection, "Onward, Christian Soldiers." 

Bruce Benton was then presented, who preached the introductory 
sermon on the theme, "God's Plan for the Redemption of the World," 
text: "Ask of Me and I will give thee the heathen for thine inherit- 
ance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession." 
Ps. 2:8. T. J. Taylor followed the sermon with a prayer. 

B. V. Ferguson, R. H. Herring and W. L. Griggs were appointed a 
Committee on Nominations. 

After announcements and the singing of "How Firm a Founda- 
tion," the Conference adjourned with prayer by Bruce Benton. 

A meeting of the Baptist Ministers' Assurance and Benevolent 
Association of North Carolina, organized three years ago, was then 
held, and the following officers were elected: M. A. Adams, Presi- 
dent; E. C. Andrews, Vice-President; T. H. King, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

TUESDAY— Morning Session 

Devotional exercises were conducted by President Cullom. Prayer 
by T. M. Green. Scripture texts were quoted by a great number of 
brethren, after which I. W. Thomas led in prayer, followed by "My 
Jesus, I Love Thee." 

Special prayer was offered by R. A. McFarland in behalf of Bro. 
J. L. Rogers, who is sick, Mrs. W. R. Gwaltney and F. M. Jordan, 
and by J. F. Love in behalf of the warring nations of Europe, that 
peace may be speedily restored. 

W. R. L. Smith then spoke on "The Preacher Maintaining His In- 
tellectual Life." 

"The Pastor's Heart Life" was the theme of G. T. Lumpkin's ad- 
dress, after which "I Am Pressing on the Upward Way'* was sung. 

A. T. Robertson, of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 
Louisville, Ky., made an address «on "The Preacher and His Greek 
Testament." 



MINUTES OF PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 91 

After prayer by E. T. Carter, Charles Anderson gave the last ad- 
dress of the morning session, "A Personal Experience in Seeing and 
Knowing God," using as a text Ezek. 1:1, after which R. T. Vann led 
in prayer. 

After announcements, the Conference adjourned, with prayer by 
Hight C. Moore, till 2:30 p. m. 

TUESDAY— Afternoon Session 

The Conference opened by singing "Alas! and Did My Saviour 
Bleed," and "My Hope is Built on Nothing Less," and prayer by 
C. E. Stevens. Testimonies were given by I. W. Thomas, J. F. Love, 

G. J. Dowell and ■ Pruett, after which Walter N. Johnson spoke 

on "Baptist Finance." 

On motion of J. T. Riddick, Bro. Johnson's address is to be pub- 
lished in tract form, C. L. Greaves and J. C. Turner being appointed 
by the Chair to assist Bro. Riddick in providing for its publication. 

After a song, J. G. Blalock spoke on "How to Secure and Maintain 
Purity of Church Life." 

By request of the Chair, R. E. Clark, a recent graduate of Crozier 
Theological Seminary, introduced Milton G. Evans, of Chester, Pa., 
president of that institution, who delivered an address on "The 
Value of the Pastor in Society." 

On motion, a committee consisting of E. N. Johnson, S. L. Morgan 
and D. P. Harris was appointed to ask the Convention to publish the 
proceedings of this Conference in the Convention Annual. 

Jn behalf of the Nominating Committee, B. V. Ferguson recom- 
mended that, in view of the fact that W. R. Cullom, who has served 
as President of the Conference since its beginning, positively re- 
fused to stand for reelection, J. C. Turner be elected as President; 
W. R. L. Smith, Vice-President; W. M. Gilmore, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. The recommendations were adopted. 

B. V. Ferguson was requested to conduct the new President to the 
platform. 

At the suggestion of G. T. Lumpkin, T. J. Taylor moved that the 
Convention be asked to instruct its Committee on Order of Business 
to cooperate with the Program Committee of the Conference in bring- 
ing President E. Y. Mullins, of the Louisville Seminary, to the Con- 
ference next year for a series of lectures. 

On motion of Chas. Anderson, the Conference rose in a body, there- 
by expressing its appreciation of the services of the retiring Presi- 
dent for the past nine sessions. A vote of thanks was also extended 
President Evans for the paper he had just read. 

After singing "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," the Conference ad- 
journed with prayer by T. J. Taylor. 

W. R. Cullom, 

Walter M. Gilmore. Secretary. President. 



APPENDIX 



Statistics and Other Data 



Compiled by E. L. Middleton, 

STATISTICAL SECRETARY OF THE CONVENTION. 



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



Officers for Session 1915 — President, Lansing Burrows, Americus, 
Ga. ; Secretaries, O. F. Gregory, Staunton, Va., and H. C. Moore, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va.— President, J. B. Hutson; 
Corresponding Secretary, J. F. Love. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga. — President, John F. Purser; 
Corresponding Secretary, B. D. Gray. 

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

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. — President, 
E. Y. Mullins; Treasurer Students' Aid Fund, B. Pressly Smith. 

Woman's Missionary Union (organized May 14, 1888;, auxiliary to 
the Convention. Headquarters at Baltimore. Miss Kathleen Mallory, 
Corresponding Secretary. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be held in Asheville, 
N. C, May 17, 1916. 



Associational Statistics 



Names of churches having preaching every Sunday are printed in small caps; those having preaching two Sun- 
days each month are printed in italics. Some Associations give no data on these points. Inquiry has been made, as 
far as time would permit, to secure this information. The total contributions of the entire church (including Sunday 
School, Woman's Missionary Society, Sunbeams, etc.) are meant to be included for the various objects indicated. 
Christian Education is intended to include "Colleges and Schools" and ' 'Ministerial Education." We could not get 
this data in all the Associations. For the figures herewith submitted the Statistical Secretary is chiefly and gratefully 
indebted to the clerks of the respective Associations. 

The lateness of the arrival of many of these reports renders accuracy and completeness impossible. 



ALEXANDER. 



Churches 


Pastors 


CO 

a 

a 

03 

m 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


3 

0J o 

s 's 

o.2 


Foreign 
Missions 


o 
o 

-s 

O 

m 

& d 

c3 o 
C m 


Orphanage 

Christian 
Education 


<X> 

m 

'3 

3 

< 


"3 




Antioch 

Bethel 


G. Z. Bumgarner 

J. W. Watts 


6 
10 
22 

6 


357j 55 
232 75 
210 ! 90 
193 80 
86 75 
118, 65 
*119i 71 


$- 


S 


$ 4 .39 
8,65 


$ 


$ 2.00$ 


$ 


S 6.39 
8.65 


Bethany 


J. W. Watts 






11.08 




6.54 
4.00 






17.62 


Bethlehem 


W. J. Bumgarner 

B. F. Austin 


2.50 




2.50 
1.50 
4.70 
2.00 
13.69 






9.00 


Beulah __ 






1.50 


Concord 


W. J. Bumgarner 














4.70 


Dover 


B. F. Austin 


6 














2.00 


Damascus 


J. P. Gwaltney 

L. P. Gwaltney 


4 81 


6.00 






20.46 






40.15 


Hiddenite 




26 75 






Island Ford 






44 
111 


















Lebanon.. 


E. V. Bumgarner 

L. P. Gwaltney 

W. T. Comer.. 


1 


*60 


3.25 
10.00 
3.50 


53.00 


37 .55 

25.50 

7.41 

7.75 




10.25 
1.00 






51.05 


Liledoun 


6 150, 63 
2 15 






89.50 


Linnev's Grove 






10.91 


Little River 


B. F. Austin 




119 










7.75 


Macedonia 


J. W. Watts 


7 


WW 










15.00 






15.00 


Mount Olive 


E. V. Bumgarner 

L. P. Gwaltney 

J. W. Watts 


2 
5 
10 


141 
92 

111 
59 


75 
59 
39 


3.35 
3.80 














3.35 


Mount Hermon 




8.88 
2.90 










12.68 


Mount Nebo 




7.80 






10.70 


Mount Hebron 


E. V. Bumgarner 














Pilgrim 


W. T. Comer 


13 


176 60 






5.00 








5.00 


Pleasant Grove. 


R. L. Davis . 

D. W. Pool 


2 59 47 
5 100 25 




2.16 








2.16 


Pleasant Hill 












.. . .. 






Poplar Springs 


E. V. Bumgarner 

L. P. Gwaltney... ... 

L. P. Gwaltney 

W. J. Bumgarner 

L. P. Gwaltney 


6| 151 
32 186 
19' 121 

9 206 




















Sulphur Springs 


90 

*84 
97 

112 
66 

116 
68 






30 .43 
13.17 
10.48 
2.50 
4.40 
4.47 
1.46 




44.55 
6.45 
3.67 

12.00 






74.98 


Stony Point 


18.58 
3.69 
10.55 








38.20 


Three Forks 






17.87 


Taylors ville . 




90 






25.05 


Taylor Springs 


R. N. Garner 


17 
21 


122 
133 
20 






4.40 


White Plains 


J. W. Watts 












4.47 


West Hickory 


D. W. Pool 






1.00 






2.46 


















Totals 


211 4073 1779 


65.22 53.00 


212.57 




134 .72 






465.51 










•1914 



























ALLEGHANY. 



W. J. Banks.... 
P. H. Haire.... 
W. L. Hoppers. 



Bell view 

Chestnut Grove- 
Laurel Springs 

Liberty p. H. Haire 

Mount Carmel P. H. Haire 

New Hope 1 E. Tucker... 

Pine Fork P. H. Haire 

»Parta p. H. Haire 

Totals. .._- 



37 6S : 

23 50 

52 201 

63: 50 

48 70. 

68 27: 

40 30. 
15.... 



1.00 

68 .78: 8 .65 
52 .50 7 .50 

1.18 

24.00' 



1.00 
8.00 
7.00 
1.18 



.50: 



.50 . 



346 496 146.78 17.83 17.18 



15.00 
10.22 
3.75 



28.97 



2.00 

100 .43 

77.22 

6.11 

24.00 



1.00 



210.76 



94 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



ANSON. 



Churches 



Brown Creek — 

Cedar Grove 

Deep Creek 

Gum Springs ... 
Mineral Springs. 
Mount Beulah... 

Mount Zion 

New Home 

Polkton 

Peachland 

Red Hill 

Rocky Mount... 

Rocky River 

Fall Branch 



Pastors 



« 



: ~ - 
• a k 



"3.2 

- - = 

a/3.2 



'.P. 






oj o 



E.M.Brooks 5 132 60S 

J. S. Harris.... ' 11 128 45 

D.A.Brown 6 148 67 

E. J. Hutchinson 17 114 99 

D.A.Brown 8 32 55 

E.J.Hutchinson ; 5 164 100 11.00 

E.J.Hutchinson 33 40: 3.00 

E.J.Hutchinson 12 68 56 3.00 

K. W. Hogan 6 76 122, 15.00 

D.A.Brown 53 160 128 16.00 

G. O. Wilhoit 20| 127 67 5.00 

J.S.Harris 16 142 51 8.00 

J. A. Summev I 66 62 5.00 

E.J.Hutchinson 3 13 30 1.00 



c3 o 



fail ' ccS 



25 .00 S15 .00 $ 15 .00 $ 3 .00 $ 15 .00 $ 5 .00 $ 5 .00 

6.001 3.00' 4.00i 2.001 12.00 1.00, 4.00 

15.00 5.41 11.38 I 13.50i 1.00 

2.00 1.00 1.00: 4 .00 2.00 I .50 



Totals ... . 1621403 982 115.00 67.22 

I 



5.00| 
1.00 
5.21i 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
4.00, 



6.00 1 
1.00 
5.00' 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00. 
7.00' 



1.001 
l.OOi 
1.00 
1.00, 
1.00 



1.00 



3 .53 3 .50 



8.00. 
2.00. 
5.00 1 
16.361 

10.00! 

7.00 
5.16!. 

7.S6. 
1.00'. 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



3.00 
1.00 
3.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1.00 
.50 



75.91 18.50 104.88! 11.00 27.00 



ASHE. 





J. W. Poe 

W. E. Carlton 

X. H. Davis 

J. Fred Blackburn 

J. Fred Blackburn 

G. W. Sebastian 


1> 


100 


3, 
29 
93 
44 
82 
55 
46 
16 


$ 5.00$ 

J 2.00 


$ 

2.00 


S 


? 


$ 


i. 


? o.oa 

6.0C 




2 51 

6 35 

7 62 
6 67 
5| 92 
9 54 
4| 62 
1 47 

11 S4 


2.00 


Baptist Home 






60.64 

11.84 

50.00 

5.00 


5.85 

3.00 

3.00 




6.66 


26.66 






92 .4S. 




8.00 








22.84 


Bethel 


5.00 


5.66 






63 .0t 
23 .2£ 

l.OC 

1.0( 
22 .0(" 
29.01 

5.CH 
19 .51 

6.11 
12.01 
33 .4', 
12 .HI 

5.5 


Big Flats 












G. M. Pennington 

R. M. Burkett 


1.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 
1.00 
2.00 
10.77 
1.60 
.50 
















Buffalo 


\V. H. Michael 


45 
50 
46 
37 
54 
33 
63 

110 
46 
70 
93 

•46 


10.00 
26.00 
3.00 
12.50 
4.60 
6.00 
3.18 
8.00 
3.75 


5.66 

1.00 




4.00 
1.00 
1.00 




Clifton 






24 
27 
93 
51 
64 
71 
124 
80 
45 






T. J. Dav .. 








VV. F. Barker.... 




.50 
1.50 




5.00 






Geo. M. Reeves 

Elihu Tucker 


12 

6 
29 
13 

8 






Healing Springs 




4.00 
8.74 
2.50 
1.30 




Geo. M. Reeves 

J. C. Blevins . 


16.78 










Libertv Hill 


Elihu Tucker 












Geo. M. Pennington 












13 42 

7 88 






1.00 




1.00 






2.0 

2.4 

.5 

13.8 
7.0 

36 .9 

19.2 

.4 

1.2 

2.C 

77 .( 




W. E. Carlton 


.23 


2.66 




.25 
.50 








J. \V. Poe.-. 


2 
6 


30 

108 
81 

170 
48 
41 
51 
68 

120 

•28 
31 












.1. C. Blevins 


82 
47 
134 
68 
80 
49 
*60 
101 


1.05 

5.00 

28 .50 

10.00 

.40 

1.20 

1.00 

72.00 


2.00 
3.00 
2.00 


12.76 






Obids 


T. M. Haves 








Old Fields 


J. Fred Blackburn 

T. M. Haves 


16 
3 


5.00 












7.25 






Peak Valley 


C. S. Farthing . 


























Pleasant Hill 


J. F. Walton.. 




1.00 
2.00 














24 






3.00 






Windfall 




... ... 








Zion Hill 


T. J. Dav--- 




























Totals 


202 


2139 


1714 


328 .89 


50 .22 


58 .54] 84 .79 




522 A 






" * 1 


♦1914. 






AVI 


JRY. 






Aar, 


J W. Hall 




36 
90 
125 
63 
25 
27 
80 
4? 


110 
83 

135 


% 

2.00 


$ 1.30 
1.00 


S. 

1.00 


1 


$.. S 


1 
? $ 


Big Meadows 


X. S. Hampton 

N. S. Hampton 


23 
8 


3.90 
2.40 






1.' 






5 • 


















I , \Y II ,ii 


16 


56 










::: 


Elk Park 














Green Valley 


L H. Green 


14 

13 


66 
55 


6.10 


3.00 


2.00 | 6.82 






17. 

































ASS0CJAT10XAL STATISTICS 



95 



AVERY— Continued. 



Churches 


Pastors 


s 

.2 

P. 

o3 
B 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


Home 
Missions 


Foreign 
Missions 

Sunday School 
Missions 


o 

to 

a 

03 
XI 

a 
6 


03-- 
'5 o3 

•a 3 

-c-o 
OB 


£ 


•a 

ID 

60 

< 


03 

H 


'onas' Ridge 

linneapolis.. 




9 


58 93 
41 107 
34 49 
49 35 
199 125 
32 6S 
147 60 
141 118 
116 66 


$ 5.00 


$ S 


5.00$ 


$ 23.50 


$ 


$ 


$ 33 50 


C. C. Cook 











1.30 






1.30 







9 

21 

5 

16 








feasant Hill... 

''owdermill _ 

feasant Valley 

ioaring Creek . 

fellow Mountain 

Total 


L. H. Green 

L. H. Green 

W.W.Cannon 

C. C. Cook 

M. L. Buchanan .. ... 


6.00 


S .00 


5 .00 


5.00 






21.00 





























1.44 


1.69 




1 .55 






4.CS 








121 1309 1196 


20 .54 


11.99 


13.00 


44.47 






90.00 








H914. 




BEULAH. 














Japtist Memoiial 

Jethel Hill 

teulah . . . 

Jlanche 


C. M. Murchison... ._ 

J. A. Beam 

H. T.Allison 

H. T. Allison 


1 1 
5 1 25 35 
14 186: < 


S 25.00 
52.31 
2.00 
6.40 
10.00 
76.00 
3.33 
4.08 
3.00 


13 .00 $ 

15.88 ! 
1.00 
3.00 
4.00 

24 .20 

i.oo; 

2 .35 
5.17 


2.50$ 

87.40 

1.00 

2.00 

5 .00 1 .00 

48 .25 2 .66 
2.00 
1.95 


$ 3.00 
64.45 

2.00 

5.00 

26.00 

1.00 


'-" 


$ 1 .50 $ 35 .00 
220.04 




46.... 

21 29 
90 37 


5.00 
10.00 
1.00 


2.00 

4.00 
9.85 
1,00 


8.00 
11.40 

35 .70 


iphesus 

ierr's Chapel .. 

jambeth Memorial. _ 

jea Bethel 

iillville Mission 

lilton 


D. F. Putnam 

D. W. Overbv 

M. F. Hodges 

M. F. Hodges 

M. F. Hodges 


8 
11 


191 

92 
63 


55 

65 

32 

32 

60 

19 

95 

62 

185 

36 

50 

25 

107 

207 


215.76 
9.33 
8.38 


! 26 


13.44 


1.43 






25.04 








H. T. Allison 

H. T. Allison 

D. F. Putnam. __ 

D. F. Putnam 


29 
4 129 
12 74 
15 253 


16.00 
12 .00 
5.30 
71.50 
25.00 
11.00 


16 .66' 

14.00 
10.77i 
74 .75! 
18 .40 1 
2.00 


5.00 
12.50 

6.60 

64.00 

27 .56 1 4.25 

2.00. 




5.00 

15.00 

1.74 

129 .48 

77.07 

1.00 


2.50 

5.00 
7.25 


2.50 
2.00 
1.00 

5.00 
1.00 


47.50 
56.00 


'lock Grove 


25.41 
345 .23 


•iemora 

ihiloh 




21 
72 
38 


164.63 


H. T. Allison 


9 


17.00 




D. W. Overbv 






D. W. Overby 


6 


87 


59.98 


7.00 
18 .30' 


1.50 

35.851 


3.00 
27.22 


5.65 


2.10 
3.35 


13.60 


■ 7 anceyville 


C. M. Murchison 


9 


108 


150 .35 


} Total 


93 


1550 1229 


382 .90 


221 .12 

1 


319.05 7.91 

! 


362 .39 


36.40 


35.30 


1,365.03 















\ 








BLADEN. 














bbottsburg 


R. A. Hedgepeth 

R. M. Hilburn.... 


8 


74 73 
17 17 


$ 20.57 


1 1 1 
$ 5 .00 $ 8 .50 $ 1 .00 $ 8 .50 


$ 3.00 


$3.00 


$ 49.57 


lethel 


R. L. Byrd 


8 


134 
44 


104 
40 


10.00 


16.66 10.66 5.57J 8.66 


5.00 


5.00 


53.57 










eards Chapel... ... 
















ladenboro 

rooklvn 


I. P. Hedgepeth 


16 163 
1 31 


110 81 .75 

46: 2 .00 
57 1 .75 
451 2 .00 
86| 18 .05 
63 15 07 


57.01 83.671 

2 .00 2 .00 _ _ . 


228 .93 
2.00 


60.10 
1.00 


14.69 
.71 


526.15 
9.71 




J. T. Tyner. 




107 
103 
45 
32 
127 
160 


.63 




2.38 


Cypress Creek 


W. R. Johnson . 


3 
5 
3 
10 










2.00 




10.53j 6.82 
2 .94: 3 .46 
19.75 30.75 


35 .62 
4.25 
24.00 


2.02 


2.00 


75.04 




R. L. Bvrd 


25.72 


laleed 

■ lickorv Grove.. 


R. A. Hedgepeth 

R. N. Cashwell 


76 
46 


54.92 


7.00 




136 .42 


'Oves Grove 

lount Zion 


R. L. Byrd 


'"?, 


74 51 

58 40 


16.50 
8.05 


10.00 
3.00 


11.00 2.00 
3.00 10.30 


22.60 
2.74 


2.00 
3.66 


3.00 


67.10 
30.75 




tfount Pleasant 






40 20 
35: 30 




Providence 




1 
















aradise 
















hady Grove 

andy Grove.. 

t. Joseph 


R. M. Hilburn.. 

D. L. Johnson 


7i 119 
4 113 


41 

51 1 .88 


3.42 










3.42 


1.37 


5.00 

1 


6.44 


2.00 


3.12 


19.81 


Thumb Swamp. . 






25 
40 






1 










'•hite Lake.. 




7| 75 
13 225 




1.00 


1.00 








2.00 


• hiteOak.. 

'hites Creek. . 
ion Hill... 


J. W. Cobb 


100 40 .00 


10.00 


22 .00 8 .00 


40.00 
5.00 


3.00 


5.00 


125 .00 


A. H. Porter 

R. L. Byrd 


4 


53 
85 


30 
45 


2.00 


2 .00 2 .50 


2.00 16.50 




Total 








1 | 










92 1916 1236 274.54 138.65 


189.70 26.87 


388 .08 


88.78 


38 .52! 1,145. 14 








1 






♦1914. 

























96 



ASSOCIA TIONAL S TA TWTICS 









BRIER CREEK 
















Churches 


Pastors 


Baptisms 

Church 

Membership 


o 
o 

.G a 

■8"! 

II 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


C 

o> o 

o.2 


Foreign 
Missions 




o 
A 
o 

03 o 

a % 
3 3 


a 

M 

03 
C 

03 

a 
u 

O 


fl 
03-- 

'-3 c3 
C 3 

a -c 
OH 


GO 

u 

a 

CO 

1 
k 

-a 

CD 

< 


"3 

o 








118 
73 


50 J 

76 

52 

50 

97 
203 

65 
143 

46 

56 

41 

68 

86 
123 
100 

86 

70 

80 

40 
154 

38 

45 


.40-$ 

.70 7.81 
.65 
1.15 




$ 


J 


I 


% 40 




N. T. Jarvis.. 


6 


8.51 


Bethel 


C. F. Fields... 


4 83 
3 100 
3 84 
5j 141 
6 170 
7| 206 
2 90 


2.00 










2 65 








" . 


25 .50 


3.00 


29 65 




M. Walker 








T. E. Redman. 

J. B. Rav 

J. E. Prevett 


1.00 

1.00 

.60 

.60 

.85 

1.15 

1.00 

.80 

1.20 

1.00 

.75 

1.20 

1.05 

1.05 

1.50 

.50 

.90 

.45 

6.00 

1.20 

.70 

.80 

1.20 

1.45 

1.50 


4.60 

2.70 
1.00 
5.43 
3.63 
2.75 
1.75 
9.75 
.50 






5.75 


7.00 




18 35 


Fall Creek 


1.35 




2 35 












3.30 




J. N. Binklev 

J. E. Prevett 






3.00 


41.50 
8.00 


6.08 


46.10 






185 
218 
42 
59 






14.28 




J. G. Weatherman 

D. W. Pool 


14 






10.00 


20.86 








3.75 












16.00 
14.75 




18.55 


Mount Vernon 


D. W. Pool 

D. W. Pool 

M. Walker 

J. B. Ray 

W. T. Comer 

N. M. Fitts 

N. T. Jarvis 


6 
2 


102 

8? 


1.60 
2.41 




6.36 


32.66 
3.91 




2 90 
7 141 
12 207 

33 

9 160 

2 35 

45 70 










.75 




7.00 
1.28 


7.96 
1.28 










16.16 


New Prospect 




2.15 ... 




5.76 












8.20 




8.20 




B. F. Rollins. 

J. E. Prevett 


2.40 
2.65 
5.00 




2.12 






2.12 


Rocky Hill 






20.00 




22.40 


T. C. Mvers 

L. B. Murray 

N. T. Jarvis 

J. E. Prevett 

W. T. Comer... 

T. E. Redman 

N. T. Jarvis 


891 62 

31 ! 40 

11 271 4S 

240: 69i 

8 89 66 

3 256 75 

5 1S4 130 

213 65 








3.10 


Roaring River 


7.01 




20.00 


18.30 


3.55 


41.56 

19.50 




.85 






1.34 


2.89 


Shiloh 










.80 


Shadv Grove 








5.27 






6.47 


15 .00 
11.00 


5.00 




12.10 




33.55 


Zion 


T. E. Redman 




5.00 


17.50 


















Total 


162 


3862 


2324 


32.35 

! 


85 .10 


30.73 




58.87 171.35 


12.63 


391 .03 



BRUNSWICK. 



Antioch .. J. I. Stone. 

Bethel. 



11 



I I 

1 08 57 S 3 .55 $ 9 .41 $ 4 .50 $7 .66, $ 2 .OS S 3 .53 i 



$ 30.73 



Bolivia J. I. Stone 

Brunswick J. I. Stone ... 

Beulah Geo. Harrelson.. 

'Camp Branch 

Cool Run J. A. Mintz 

Chapel Hill.. J. I. Stone. 

Elah D. L. Hewett.... 

"Happy Home 

Jennies Branch | J. I. Stone 

Lebanon W. S. Ballard 

Long Branch T. H. Patterson. 

Mount Olive |_. 

Mount Pisgah 

New Brittain 

New Life .1 

Oak Grove 

Poley Bridge 

Prospect 

Regan _ 

Silent Grove 

Soldier Bay 

Seven Creeks 

Shallotte 

Southporl.. 

Town Crock 



6 23 

10 155 

...I 94! 

... 73 

1 571 

109 

51 

35 

66 

6 ins 

71 

14 

4 198 



43 .50 .50 

130 5 .00 5 .00 

49 6.00 

42 

44 



.54 . 
5.00. 



2.48. 
3 .55 
2 .25 



2.48 
2.05 



62 

30. 

47 

Kil 
.in 



1 .02 1 .22 



1.56 

40.61 19.21 



A. W. Clemmons. 

C. Millican 

A. W. Clemmons. 



_.! 87 

.. HI 

.. 123 

3 54 



98 20.91, 10.50 
40 

:sx 
67 
77 
56 



1.40 
6.10 

l.oo 



.90 

Too 



1 .23 



1.50.... 3.06 

21.38 15.12 22.00. I 5.00 123.32 



1.00. 



3.10 
2 .00 
1.13 



1 .20 1 .20 



1.00 



4.02 
20.83 
10 .30 



11.40 17.20 5.00 5.00, 70.01 



8.10 
5.13 



J. C. Mizzell... 
C. M. Millican. 



4 1 32 
3 101 
.. 71 



2.00 



2.00 



2.00. 



2.00 



2.00 



Total. 



10 169 



32.50 



11 so 



63 1890 1369, 122.15 65.54 



1.00. 



9.44 5.15 



48.85 39.!! 



56.53 9.88! 18.73' 361.66 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



97 



BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 



Churches 


Pastors 


DO 

a 

a 
PQ 


ft 

g-s 

3 a 
OS 


o 
o 
jd ft 

ml 

J » CO 

>> CJ 

11 

~ - 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


00 



oj o 

S'l 
o.S 


Foreign 
Missions 


o 

o 

02 

&« 

a co 

5S 


o 

a 

c3 

a 

cj 

.3 
ft 
u 
O 


H O 

V» c3 
CO o 

■B 3 

oh 


■n 
o 

9 

o 

M 

< 


"3 
o 


Beaver Creek 

*Cub Creek 


G. Z. Bumgarner 

W. D. Comer 

M. McNeil 

R. N. Garner 

L. B. Murray 

J. W. Burchett... 

S. S. Jennings. 


2 95 
48 

158 

2 1 95 

12j 57 

.... 84 

261 230 


110$ 


S 1.00 


$ 3 .00 $ 


$ 3.20 
10.00 
8.00 
5.00 
1.00 
16.58 


$ 




$ 7.20 


Edgewood _ 

Fishing Creek 

Goshen 

Harmony 


135 
114 
83 
88 
I'M 


5.00 
2.00 
1.00 
6.50 
2.56 


5.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


5.00 
2.31 
1.00 
9.00 
1.00 


2.00 


1.0C 
1.00 


1.00 
1.00 

2.00 


27.00 
12 .31 

3.00 
35.08 

7.56 




3 65 75 


















56 4S 


5.00 

2.00 

3.00 

2.16 

161.57 


3.00 
5.29 
2.00 
2.00 
.88 
66.00 


5 .00 2 .00 

8.68 

5.00 

2.00 1.29 

1 .69] 1 .18 

100.00 15.77 


9.00 
14.14 

9.00 
12 .25 

10.00 
100 .00 


10.00 


2.00 
3.26 
5.00 
1.00 
1.46 
10.00 


26.00 




J. W. Watts 


92 70 


31.37 


Mount Pleasant 

Mount Zion 

New Hope 


L. B. Murrav.. 

D. M. Wheeler 

L. B. Murrav 


12 
2 
6 

13 

6 
8 


204 
101 
176 
295 
50 
7fi 


169 
108 
148 
300 
43 
87 
95 
97 
92 


23 .00 
21.54 

15 .37 
463 .34 


•X Wilkesboro— 2d 


J. 8. Elliott 

L. B. Murrav 

Grant Cothren 

A. B. Hayes 






5.00 
2 80 




5.00 


2.00 






12.00 




6 187 


1.00 


2.00 


3.80 


Pleasant Home 


11 


157 
7? 
56 

58 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


3;50 


11.50 














Stonv Hill 

Walnut Grove 






60 
70 
130 
65 


10.00 
28.63 


.50 

12.24 
9.25 


.75 

17.50 

75.57 

18.00 


1.72 
28.50 
82.00 

6.83 






2.97 


T. E. Redman 

W. E. Linney 

J. W. Watts 


2 


210 

119 


— 


1.00 


57.20 
198 .44 


Zion Hill 


10 120 






34 .OS 










Totals 


121 2822 


2326 


239 .22 


112.16 


262.50 22.24 


325 .72 


13 .00 


29.72 1,004.56 



BUNCOMBE. 



Averys Creek 

Asheville, First 

Asheville, Fr. Bd... 
Asheville, West End 
Asheville, Calvary. 

Antioch 

Beaver Dam 

Bent Creek _ 

Berea.. 

BlLTMORE 

Bethel 

Black Mountain, No.. 
Black Mountain, So. 

Browns Chapel. 

Big Ivy 

Chestnut Grove 

Fair View 

Flat Creek 

Gashes Creek 

Hominy... 

Inanda 

Mount Olive... _. 

•Jupiter 

Liberty 

Mount Carmel 

Macedonia 

'Morgan Hill 

New Morgan Hill 

'Pleasant Grove 

Reeds Chapel 

Ridge Crest 

Ridgeway 

•Swannanoa 

White Rock 

Riverside 

New Bridge 

Spring Mountain 

Elk Mountain 



Chas. F. Owen... 

C. B. Waller 

John Bowman... 
J. B. Grice. 



W. P. McCarter.. 
W. T. Bradley.... 

S. J. Morgan 

C. E. Beaver 

M. A. Jenkins 

J. B. Grice 

W. P. Robertson. 
E. E. Beavers 



... 40 1 
69 1508^ 

7 164 
10 274j 
35 262 

1 199 



Totals. 



*1914. 



W. P. Robertson. 
W. P. Robertson. 
N. B. Phillips.... 
W. T. Bradley.... 
H. R. Freeman... 

L. B. White 

J. B. Grice 



G. P. Hamrick. 

J. B. Grice 

J. W. Corn 



W. M. Pruett. 



3 56 

3 26 

3 65 

3 183 

5 74 

7 67 

16< 136 

... 65 

7 141 

Si 75 

15 1 336 

... 126 

14 107 

... 99 

... 51 

... * 38 

... 55 

53 

128 

93 

156 

33 

-II 



..._$ 3 

999 844 
190 115 
277, 30. 
266, 

82 

74 

65 

57 
133 

98' 

731 

173 [ 8 
"130..-. 
165 7 

60, 2 
369 ! 100 

80 10 

88 2 



H. R. Freeman. 

J. R. Pace 

L. B. White 



W. M. Pruett. 



J. A. Davis 

S. M. Huntley. 
S. J. Morgan, - 



53 

35 

—I 69 
14 124 

... 17 



10 52 
... 90 



00$ 3 
80 1000 
40, 38 
97 30 
,52 96 
.00 8 
.74 72 
.00 5 
.00 10 
OO! 26 



.00 S 3 .00 $ .50 

.00 1,668.50 10.00 



15.41: 1 
33 .43L. 
92.141 
8.15 .. 

83 .83 

5 .00' 
13 .00' 

6. 69' 

7.50 

3.501 

8.00 



3.00 



l.OC 
1.00 

20.50 



.00 50 

oo! 10 



40. 

41 . 

56 
138 

60. 
100 

83 

77 
101 

65 
106 

60 

43. 
115 

85 

90. 

97 



3 .00 24 



.91 7.95 18.05 

.00 4.00 

.00! 50.00 

.00 10 .00, 1 .00 

.86 _. 

.50 11.00. 

5.00' 2.10 



5 .00 f 1 .00 S 1 .00 $ 16 .50 
778.44! 40.00 15.00 4,356.74 



104.18 
53.35, 

145 .85i 
10.00 

153.82: 
5.00! 
13.00 



291 .87 
10.00:. I 158.71 



5.00 ! . 



5 .00 2 .50 



428.51 
41.30 

397.31 
20.00 
49.00 



105.00 163.38 

23.31 3.00 3.00 52.81 

2.50. 2.00, 1.00 16.00 

23.50 I 47.50 



18.05' 
2.00 
75 .00 
13.84 
14.30 
16. 43v 
21 .00' 



1 .00! 1 .001 

10 .00 5 .00' 

1 .00 1 .00 



41 .82 

14 .50 
290 .00 
46.84 
20 .02 
38.43 
55.98 




























10.00 


8.8C 
16.00 






16.35 
44 .00 
33.50 


2.00 


2.00: 


35.15 


16.00 


21 .CO 
4.72 


2.00 


103 .00 
38 .22 
















5.00 


5. CO 




5.00 






15 .00 














7 10 


18 .02 
29.18 


16 .53 
4 .25 




11.53 
3.70 







53.1s 


1.75 




38.88 
















.72 
3.50 






.72 


15 CO 


20 .94 
5.00 


13.29 

2.50 




52.73 


2 50 








10.00 














.1 



271 5109 4S68 1421 .05 1517 .14 2, 103 .47 38.65 1,701.87 80.00 31.506,893.6s 



98 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS 



CALDWELL. 



Churches 


Pastors 


Baptisms 

Church 
Membership 


Sunday School 
Membership 

State and 

Associational 

Missions 


11 ■ 

Missions 


5^ 

it O 

'3'3 


Sunday Sehool 
Missions 

Orphanage 


Christian 
Education 

Aged Ministers 


O 




C. A. Caldwell 

C. A. Rhvne 

I. C. Miller 

S. B. McCall 


I 
1 149 87 $ 10.00 


no.oo 

2.00 


{ 15,00 
3.00 


S S 15.00 


$ 1.43* 1 .44 S 62.87 


Blairs Fork.- -. 


13 93 
1 140 

7 5s 

103 

11 50 

10 49 


96 3 .00 
107 


3.00 


11.00 




34 2 .or 
66 


3.00 




2.00 


3.00 


10.00 




D. M. Wheeler 

D. O. Ray 

S. B. McCall.... 

J. M. Shaver... 


2.10 




2.10 


Conways Chapel 


50 5 .00 
71 2 .00 


! 3.00 
1.50 
2.00 


5.00 
2.00 
1.00 
5.00 
11.77 


5.00 

3.50 

2.00 


18.00 
9.00 




1? 42 149 2. OH 




7.00 


Clarks Chapel. 

Dudley Shoals 

•Flemings Chapel 


J G Benfield 


6 51 

18 247 

97 




8.60 


13.60 


W. J. Bumgarbner 


243 




3.84 




15.61 


58 










1 54__._ 1.0C 


1.00 




2.00. 


4.00 


Globe 


Wellington Swift 


7 83 
20 109 


45 


87.50 

10.00 

7.4u 

4.00 

.25 


5.00 


92.50 




107 b .a 


7.66 

6.00 
2.00 




17.49 

8.76 

6.50 




42 .49 




J. G. Benfield 


1 36 76 10.0c 




32.21 






.... 95 


69 2 .0C 
60 .2c 
39 


14.50 


Harris Chapel.. 




5 6S 
8 83 
7 291 






.50 




2.66 




2.00 




George Bumgarner 

I. \\ . Thomas 

B. W. X. Simms 

I. W. Thomas 


105 5 .0( 




14.59 
4:', .78 



1.00 
) 3.00 
.50 
) 2 .00 
) 2 .36 
l 1 .57 
) 1.00 

13.25 

5 .00 

) 4.50 


10.00 
33.43 
37 .82 
5.30 
1.50 
3.00 


10.00 

32.27 

10.00 

1.25 

5.00 

11.73 

1.25 


2 .vi 


27.84 


Lower Creek 

Lexoir, 1st 


4 232 M 


94.79 


7 2s3 

9 51 

.... 42 


205 31 .4( 
mi 5.0 
2 .01 
42 3 .(X 
34 ' .5( 
72 1 .0( 
35 2 .(X 
70 2 .01 

108 1 .0( 


i.66 

.62 1 .5C 
1.0C 


124 .00 
13.67 






10.50 


R G Mace 


9 129 
5 60 
2 59 
9 74 
15 64 
.... 132 


20 .73 


St 11 






2 .25 


Mountain Grove 

Nelsons Chapel 

Pooveys Grove 

Piney Grove 




5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.75 
1.75 
14.93 


5.00 

6.10 

5.56 
45 

4.00 
25.07 




13.00 


D M Wheeler 




12.46 


.T. M. Shaver 

I (' Miller 




11.13 




4.20 




.... 54 


65 

218 14.1. 






5.75 


Rhodhiss — 

Pookv Springs 


( ' \ Khvne 


23 175 






67.40 


J G Benfield 


3 88 96 


23.00 






28 .00 




.... 256 


145 5 M 
59 


5.00 


24.00 


3.00 


1.5C 


43.00 




1.. C. King. 


3 72 
22 216 






88 5 .01 


) 2.00 
• 1.90 
I 5.50 
) .50 
1.11 


18.00 
4.11 
2.5C 




19.00 






44.00 


Whitnell 

Wilsons Creek 

Winklers Grove 

Yadkin 


I W Thomas 


9, 68 152 3.5 

3 91 133 7.4 

23 36 .5 

__._| 57 S3 


11.00 

27.80 

1.00 






20.58 


i D. O. Ray 

W. X. Cook 

f J. C. Carlton 


5.56 3.5c 


52 .32 

2.00 


1.10 




2.21 







Totals 


258 4124 3441i 148.3 


S 141 .06 


303.11 


311.27 11.61 11.8" 


927.25 




1 















c 


APF. FK 


\R- 


COLUM 


BUS. 


















Boardman 

Bogue 

Cedar Grove.. 

Cerro Gordo 

Cheerful Hope 

Cheery Grove 

China Grove 


P. T. Britt 

F. T. Wooten 


12 143 
4 251 
2 161 

6 90 
74 


14S 

130 

46 

101 

50 

62 

91 

150 

66 

59 

45 

83 

121 

162 

46 

76 

135 

*99 

130 

45 

77. 

61 


$ 36.84 

11.76 

15.00 

265.00 

2.00 

3G .39 
.90 

6.05 
7 .55 
3.41 
5.00 
3 .20 


$15 .00 $ 

12.50 
3.06 
8.58 

7.35 
2 .50 
2.00 
41 .79 
1.73 
1.71 
3.18 
6.21 


27 .25 > 
22.56 

1.00 
29.70 
25.00 

3.30 


11.05$ 
1.00 

9.16 


72.00$ 1.00 811.74 J 
29 .29 5 .20 4 .42 

.55 

5.00 41.29 4.00 
25.00 9.00 5.00 


174.88 

86.73 

4.61 

112.73 

336 .35 1 

7.80 

4.82 

190.07 

10.90 

15.98 

19.46' 

31.03 

3.41 

22 .00 

11.50; 


C. Stanley 

H. A. Iledgepeth 

\ D. Carter 


i '. Stanley 

I'.. J. Han-ell 

E. J. Harrell. 


6 24 6 
in 184 

13 205 
15 85 

14 110 
1 51 
5 106 
5 190 

160 
10 46 
5 94 
8 110 
4 201 
1 260 
1 77 
173 






2 .82 
12 .25 

4.19 
14 .27 
2.65 
2.68 






55 .64 

2 .38 

3.19 
10.87 




14.00 
.75 


"".95 


Clark! 




Clarendon 

Council 

Corinth 

Evergreen 

Fair Bluff 


A. D. Harrelson 

A. H. Porter 

E. J. Harrell 

P T. Britt 


2.39 
3 .72 


2.00 




J. E. Edwards... 

A. D. Carter . 


5.00 
1.30 


5.00 
1.30 


-- — , 


5.00 
4.40 


2.00 
1.30 










Livingston 


.1. C. Mizelle 


7* .83 
10.62 
6.80 


2.00 

31.86 

6.86 

2.69 


2.00 

10S .93 

15 .27 


15 .30 
3.15 


6.90 

12.69 
4.85 


8 .45 
5.00 
6 .87 


2.18 
3.81 

1.47 
1.56 


36.83 
!74JM 
53 .78 

18.72 


D. P. Bridges 




E J Harrell 




A. H. Porter 


..... 








P. T. Britt 


3 153 


4.10 


3.65 


1.06 








.80 









ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



99 





CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS - 


Continued. 












Churches 


Pastors 


S 

ft 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


a 
o> o 

o.2 


a a 


o 
o 
A 
o 
72 
^ m 

5'° 

C to 

72 S 


M 

C3 

a 

03 

a 

u 

o 


eg 

03-- 
"■5 o3 
CO cj 

'C = 

ja-a 
OH 


CD 

1 

< 


"5 

EH 






1 


50 40 


$ 


$ 


%. 


$, 


5.00 
1.61 

8.10 


1.45 
1.65 


3.75 
.83 






G. W. Stanley 


13 176| 123 
4 56 ! 87 


8.06 




W. S. Ballard 


12.91 

7.90 
8.65 
5.00 


4.70 

5.70 

.98 

3.50 










F. T. Wooten 


12 88 
9 165 


101 
101 
44 
83 
81 
59 


4.70 
1.00 
5.35 


6.10 




Porter Swamp 

Piney Forest... 


P. T. Britt 


15 98 


F. T. Wooten 




<f>, 


3.53 


3.00 


2.55 


26.58 
5 00 


C. Millican 




HI 
160 
56 


Pleasant Plain 

i Pleasant Hill 




1 


2.85 


10.30 




10.45 




1.50 


25.10 


J. T. Tvner 


1 Smyrna 


J. H. Poteet 


1 
14 


121 35 


2.90 


5.11 
2.00 
1.10 

42.68 
4.50 
5.03 

14.81 


1.64 


9 48 


2.00 


8.95 
.69 


2.20 
2.00 

12.20 




D. F. Hewett 


182 
51 


93 
24 
221 
42 
59 
86 


1.88 

81.13 

5.32 

5.03 

11.45 


2.00 




j. Union Chapel 

' Whitevillk 

White Marsh 

• Williamson's X Rds.. 

Western Prong 


A. H. Porter 


1.00 




4 67 


J. H. Poteet.. 


3 


205 


112.38 
6.24 
5.03 
5.51 


19.48 


111.00 
5.35 
5.03 
9.98 


378 87 


J. H. Poteet 




96 

79 

221 

17 


21.41 


R. A. Hedgepeth 

F. T. Wooten 


2 
11 


2.88 
5.16 


15.31 


23 .00 
62 22 






























205 50-16 


Sflfin 


635 .62 


251 .93 


480.48 78.07 


439 .25 124 .75 

1 


78.27 


2,088.37 









•1914. 



CAROLINA. 



Balfour. _ 

, 'Barnwell 

Bat Cave 

Bear Wallow 

' Beulah 

! Broad River 

* *Crab Creek 

i *Cedar Springs 

j 'Cross Roads 

' 'Double Springs 

• Ebenezer 

\Sast Flat Rock.. 

IE. HendbrsonvilleJ 

: FrUITLAND.. 

.French Broad __i 

| 'Green River ! 

(Hendersonv., 1st... 

Hoopers Creek 

'Horse Shoe 

'Holly Springs.. 

i Jones Gap 

Laurel Springs 

; Locust Grove.. .j 

'Liberty 

•Middle Fork 

Mills River 

Macedonia 

: 'Mountain Home 

Mud Creek 

Mount Gilead 

'Mount Moriah 

'Mount Page ! 

Pleasant HilL. _! 

'Pleasant Grove 

■ Refuge 

i Salem 

I Saluda 

Shaws Creek 

Tryox J 

.Tuxedo.. . 

IValley Hill 



W. A. Morris.. 
W. A. Morris.. 
C. D. Cole.... 
C. D. Cole.... 
W. A. Morris.. 
C. D. Cole.... 
J. E. Sentelle. 



J. A. Mason. 
W. W. Marr.. 



J. T. Anders 

K. W. Cawthon.. 

C. E. Puett. 

T. C. King 

R. P. Corn 

R. P. Corn 

N. P. Phillips.... 

T. A. Drake 

J. O. Wall 

J. O. Wall 

George Wharton.. 



102 
39 

92 
89 

295; 

85* 
179 

83. 

83| 

94 ! . 
149] 
112 
103 
202! 
•39 
130 
438 

90 



5 .00 5 .00 

2 .00 2 .00 

2 .00 3 .00 

4 .00 4 .00 



40 



W. A. Morris 

W. W. Marr .... 

C. E. Puett I 11 

T. A. Drake j 

J. L. Brookshire I 

I 28 

J. R. Liner 

N. A. Melton I 18 

C. E. Puett 1 

T. C. King 11 

W. W. Marr. I— __ 

R. N. Pratt .... 

T. C. King ; 24 

J. L. Brookshire ' 



Total.. ! 228 49653104 



6.45 
35.86 
25.00 
19.00 

8.00 



* 30.15 S. 



9.20. 
3.5l|. 
2.00. 
4.00. 



6.45 
10.05 
20.00 
31.00 

5.00 



53.90, 70.25 
5 .00 2 .50 



5 .00 5 .00 



2.50 
15.00 15.00 



15 .50 5 .50 
5 .00 ! 5 .00 
2 .00] 2 .00 



6.43 

17.75 

124 .00 

20.00 

5.00 



79.31 
2.50 



4.50 
15.00 



6.70 
5.00 



4 .40: 4 .40 ! 



4.39 



3.55! 
7.50! 
15 .00 . 



3. 55 1 

5.00 



3.55 
10.00 



5.00 
1.08;. 
12 .00 . 
6.68. 



12.50 

38.46; 13.00 
57.59| 15.00 
40.00; 5.00 
13.00! 



29.181319.41 

2 .50 .50 



5.00 
1.75. 



2.00. 
15.00. 



16 .60 . 
5.00 
5.36. 



15 .00 



2.50 
15.00 



20.00 13.00 



2.50. 

15 .00 . 

215 .20 . 



274.16 237.70 



15.00 
6.17 



13.15 
"60 ".26 



.50 



10.00 
50.00 



590.69 373.10 415.41 



30.15 



24.20 
8.59 
19.00 
18.68 



31.83 
115.12 
241 .59 
115 .00 

21.00 



552 .05 
13.00 



21.50 
1.75 



9.00 
60.00 



44.30 

20.50 

9.36 



23.01 



25.65 
29.17 
15.00 
18.15 
55.00 
358 .46 



1,891.06 



100 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



CATAWBA RIVER. 



Churches 


Pastors 


00 

= 

ft 


ft 

01 

a a 

S3 O 

OS 


"o 

o 

A ft 
£| 

■3-S 

a o 
3,2; 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


m 

a 
o o 

o.2 


Foreign 
Missions 




— 

o 

r. 

a % 

S3 


ga 

1 

O 


•ss 

.UTS 

OH 


s 

CO 

•a 
9 

o 
bi 
< 


"3 

o 
H 


Adako 


D. 0. Ray 


8 
15 


34 


44 - 


22.83 
1.25 


•s. 

1.25 


$ 2.82$ 

1.25 


$ 2.10 
2.21 


$ 


% 

1.00 


$ 27.75 
6.96 




... . P 


38 to; 

95 551 


*Bethany 




















Catawba Valley 


J. P. Hagaman 

C. A. Lineberger 

G. C. Ivery 


5 

2 


79 70 

70 112 

171; 158 

19.... 

164 112 

121 192 

27ti 255 

221 269 

26 43 

51 60 

49 *65 

130 140 

188 75 

174 112 

99 106 

30.... 

115 1 121 


2.45 
25.97 


14.40 


2.50 

27.31 


5.00 
54.00 
27.92 

4.50 
20.00 






9 95 


Drexel 


25.00 


1.50 


148.14 
27 92 




J. R. Williams 




3.00 2.50 

6.20 ! 4.75 

20.81 19.22 

27.87 46.80 

10 .00 9 .00 

5 .00 3 .00 

2 .00 2 .00 

1.30 

10.42 7.94 
7.48 6.36 
4 .50 5 .00 
14.05 10.00 

2.00 1 

.75 .50 


1.50 

4.15 

21.42 

278.00 

10.00 

3.90 

2.00 

2.55 

14.40 

7.76 

8.25 

24.40 

11 .40 .95 
.50,... 






11 50 


Hopewell 


C. A. Caldwell 

C. A. Lineberger 


5 

9 
1 

60 

.... 

9 

5 

J 

6 
3 

7 






35.10 


Mount Home 


28.20 

65.00 

28.97 

4.00 

6.00 

11.63 

17.00 

15.19 

12.00 

37.22 

17.00 

.60 


io'oo 

2.00 


5.00 
3.77 


94.65 

457 .67 

63.74 

13.90 


Morganton, East 

Mountain View. 


C. A. Caldwell 

R. G. Mace 

Z. D. Harrill 








12 00 


Mull's Grove 

North Catawba 


J. P. Haggaman 

J. G. Benfield 

R. G. Mace 

C. A. Lineberger 

C. A. Caldwell 

W. H. Walker 

J. M. Morris 






15 .48 

49.76 


Oak Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Smyrna.. 

Walker's Grove 


3.00 


1.35 
3.55 


36.79 
31.10 
92 .22 
31.35 


Zion 






2.35 


Total 


151 


2150 2059 

1 : 


167 .88 132 .72 


424 .11 


.95 


358 .54 


70.00 


16.17 1,170.37 



CENTRAL. 



Bay Leaf 

Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Brassfields 

Falls 

Flat Rock 

Forestville 

Franklinton 

Glen Royall..- 

Harris Chapel 

Hopkins Chapel 

Johnson Memorial 

Midway. 

Mount Olivet 

Mount Vernon 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Oak Ridge 

Perry's Chapel 

Raleigh, First 

Rolesville 

Samaria 

Stony Hill 

Union Chapel 

Wakefield 

Wake Forest 

Wake Union 

Wake X Roads 

Woodland... 

Youngsville 



R. L. Brown 

I. L. Bennett... 

G. T. Mills 

J. F. Mitchiner. 

R. L. Brown 

H. G. Bryant... 
W. L. Griggs... 
G. P. Harrill... 

W. A. Elam 

G. T. Mills 

A. A. Pippin 

W. L. Griggs 

J. S. Farmer 

M. Stamps 

R. L. Brown 

R. L. Brown 

J. S. Farmer 

J. F. Mitchiner. 
J. W. Sledge.... 

M. Stamps 

T. W. O'Kclly.. 
W. R. Cullom... 

G. T. Mills 

C. B. Reid 

T. B. Davis 

T. B. Davis 

W. N. Johnson. 

R. J. Hall 

J. I". Mitchiner. 

W. T. Tate 

G. P. Harrill.... 



93 
120 



54 106 

105 60 

88 151 

298 116 

131 68 

167 217 

1 109 162 
... 95 80 

31 198 123 

14 70 255 

2 122 57 
9 94 67 
9 145 96 

20 142 94 

4 124 92 



$10.00 
15 .00, 
3.00 
58.48, 
4.00 
31.57 
21 .2.5 
133 .08 



... 94 114 

2 102 90 

10 127 72 

37 1003 1440 

7 430 140 

7 82 54 

12 158 107 
...i 35 72 

7 216 164 

9 336 372 

13 62 164 
9 152 144 
5 116 66 
7 153 161 



7.70 
16.50 
12 .45 
45.50 
18.15 
16.00 
18.60 
73 .30 
13.96 

3.25 

45.00 

1406 .49 

118.00 

8.00 
10.00 

4.00 
50.00 
123.80 

3.10 
10.39 

3.50 
50.80 



SIOj 

6 

3 
22 

4 

9 
23 
51 



00 S 12 

00 8 



.00 5 l.OOS 
.00 4 .00 

.00 

.65 
.00 
.59 
.18 
.2i) 



11.00 



2.00 



25 
927 
54 



6 

5 

2 

37 

8 

30 

24 

66 

3 

1 

00 25 

50 1910 
24 101 

51 6 



50 

50 
in 
59 

ill 
00 
7.5 
67 

13 

72 

00 

87 50.00 
50^ 10.00 
50 1 .00 



2.00 

T.75 
6.00 
2.00 

Too 



11 

9 

7 
V, 
3 
7 

26 

142 

28 

is 

8 

5 

42 

6 

30 

20 

5 

3 

12 

40 

585 



2.50 3 

33.30 39 

281 .50, 306 

4.00 3 

9 .24 2.5 

2.00 4 

47.10 87 



.50$ 6 
.23.... 
.00.... 
.00 27 
.00 1 
.43.... 
.25 2 
.36 336 
.71 .... 
.14 1 
.80! 3 
.00.... 
.34 14 
.50 2 
.00 10 
.00! 7 
.81 30 
.50 5 
.64.... 
.00 8 
.45 263 
.39 35 
.00.... 



.00 S 2 

.. 4 



.00$ 
.15 



25 1 
SO 2 



50 5 

13 54 

00 10 

.. 2 



00 .50 
57 3.20 
65 30.14 

10 

751 

30 2 .00 
90 10.00 



Total 28650125019 2633.92 16.il .13 2961.18 144.59 1629.50 92.5.72 213.43 10166.06 , 



311 

10 
7 

10 
20 



... 1 

.52 11 

.97 147 

.09, 3 

.85 2 

.00 

.00 5 .00 3 



.00 1 
.00 4 
.13 76 
.64 ... 
.50, 2 



52 .50 
46.38 
16.00 
218.78 
19.00 
93 .75 
93 .73 
799 .27 
28.71 
41.41 
42.40 
21.65 
180.95 
50.97 
113.76 
>>5.60 
272 .66 
38 .35 
17.61 
US .50 
88 5,198.82 
00 397.13 
00 31 .01 
10.00, 
00 12.00. 
05 230.64' 
28 1,577.47 
23.93! 
25 57.98 
..' 21.80 
00 223 .80 



llll 



A 8 8 CIA TI OX A L STATISTICS 



101 



CHOWAN. 



Churches 


Pastors 


m 

B 
- 

03 


a 
'% 

B a 
OS 


.a a 

IS 

coS 

158 
121 

192 
62 
29 

778 
89 

130 
153 
234 
58 
86 
301 
651 
96 
97 
227 
35 
80 


State and 
Associational 

Missions 


tn 

a 

a o 

S's 
o.S 

MS 


a § 


o 
o 
.d 
o 
0Q 

bo 
a o 

a m 


<D 

53 



C3 
A 

a 
O 


dg 

-tf C3 
CO o 

•R 3 

.d-d 
OH 


2 

•a 
3 

-0 
o 
M 

< 


"3 

o 


Ballard's Bridge 

Belhaven 


R. G. Hubbard ... 
W. R. Haight 
C. R. Angell 

E. L. Wells 

T. S. Crutchfield . 

I. N. Loftin 

Josiah Elliott 


8 
10 
18 

"78 

11 


462 
123 
309 
308 
112 
725 
203 

75 

75 
170 
409 
238 

62 
214 
379 
807 
200 

46 
182 

77 
112 


$ 82.48$ 20.00 
52 .55 ' 28 .00 
30 .00, 15 .00 
10 .001 10 .00 
23.00 11.69 
461 .20: 10 .00 
13 .00 1 10 .00 
9 .00 3 .00 
9.00.. 


$ 100.00 
24.85 
15.00 


\ 


$ 30.00 

7.50 

104.60 

6.00 

16.00 

71.70 

40.00 


S24 .00 S10 .00 
20 .55 7 .50 
10 .00 ( 

10 .00 5 .00 

30.00; 46.95 

5 .00| 5 .00 

2 .00 2 .00 


$ 266.48 
140.95 
174.60 
36.00 
86.36 
837 .05 
83.00 


Bethel 


10 .00 

20 .67| 

210.80 6.40 
10.00 




Blackwell Mem. ... 
Center Hill . 


Chappell's Hill 


3.00 
4.00 






W. J. Byrum 

J. W. Nobles 


2 
12 
27 

2 
10 

2 
41 

5 


1 2.61 


15 61 


Cool Spring 








50.01 
23.25 


15.06 
25.85 


26.61 17.61 
23.80 


17.22 
49.00 


5.00 


5.66 

5.00 


131.51 

131 .90 


Creswell . 

Ebenezer _. 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City 

Eureka.. 

Eure.. ... 

Gatesville 

Geneva 

Great Hope 


W. R. Haight 

J. K. Henderson. . 

E L Wells 






20.00 
387 .91 
375 .00 
14.43 
15.00 
82.60 


19.81 
300 .00 
60.98 
19.85 
3.00 
50.00 


15 .00 

350 .42 

71.75 

15.25 

5.00 

130.00 


~11~84 

13.60 
3.00 


22.30 
339 .49 
200 .00 

32.00 
2.00 

80.00 


5.66 
113.94 


5.00 


77.11 

1,503.60 

707 .73 


B.C. Hening. 




7.50 


102 .63 
25.00 


J. W. Nobles 

T. S. Crutchfield.. 

E. F. Sawyer. 

H. P. Lamb 


4 
1 

11 
13 


236 .00 


10.00 


591 .60 


19.30 


3.90 


19 .50 


4.30 


::::::::: 


47.00 






Hertford 

Manteo 

Middle Swamp 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Sinai 


R. C. Hubbard ... 

E. L. Wells. 

T. J. Ragland 


14 
25 


236 
219 
71 
173 
96 
48 


151 

92 
90 
60 
52 
41 


62 .00 
25.00 
26.75 
26.46 
15.00 
5.00 


60.00 
15.00 
15.00 
10.00 
7.50 
5.00 


60 .66! 5 .66 
18 .50| 5 .00 
15.00 
31.04 

7 .50! 3 .00 

5.00 


84.00 
16.96 
12.68 
30.00 
34.00 
6.00 


75.00 


25.00 


371 .66 
80.46 


8.70 
7.00 
2.50 


7.00 
2.50 


78.13 
111.50 
72.00 
21.00 


Josiah Elliott 

W. R. Haight 

E. F. Sawyer.. 


13 
2 
1 












N. P. Stallings 




33 
17 
80 


58 
64 
59 


6.50 
5.00 


4.00 
.75 


7 .00 2 .00 
.75 


22.75 
5.00 


2.00 


3.25 


475 .00 
11.50 


Oak Grove. 




3 
15 


Oak Ridge... 


J. K. Henderson.. 








Olivet 














W. R. Haight 




9 
54 

154 
188 

82 
190 
138 

51 
145 
105 
536 


113 
146 
102 

70 
103 

95 
124 
164 

68 
210 


6.00 
10.00 

7.01 
29.24 
22.00 
25.00 
10.00 
34.10 
25.79 

89.73 
18.30 
47.00 
52.50 
140.44 
4.21 
20.00 


2.00 

5.00 

1.30 

5.87 

10.00 

40.00 

5.00 

22.25 

14.65 

3.75 

68.95 

6.00 

15.00 

31.75 

37.58 

2.59 

15.00 


2.001 
5.00 

2.30, 14.00 
7.87 
13 .00 1 

35 .oo; 

5.00 

24.00-. . 
15 .00 3 .00 


1.00 
10.00 
11.43 
10.00 
23.00 
42.14 
27.00 
27.09 

4.65 


1.00 


1.00 


13.00 
30.00 


Pleasant Grove 


H. P. Lamb 


8 






2.50 


38.54 
52.98 


Powell's Point 


W. J. Byrum 

L. T. Reed 

C.R. Angell 

N. P. Stallings.... 
C. G. Lowe 


8 
5 
6 

4 


Providence 

Ramoth Gilead 

Rehoboth 


16.00 
10.00 
5.00 
4.00 


5.00 
10.00 


89.00 
162.14 

52.00 
111 42 


Riverside 


C. R. Angell 

T. J. Ragland 


6 

3 


63.09 


Roanoke Island . 


5.60 
95.14 








9.35 




a is 


72.67 
14.85 
34.00 
96.00 
104.29 
6.16 
25.00 


37.09 
2.00 
5.00 
10.00 
14.00 

25.00 


12.04 
2.00 
5.00 
10.00 
11.70 
5.26 
5.00 


378 77 


Roper 

Salem 

Sandy Cross. 

Sawyer's Creek 

Shady Grove ...I 

Shiloh..., 

Sound Side 


L. T. Reed 

C. R. Angell 

T. S. Crutchfield . 
J. K. Henderson. . 
N. P. Stallings... _ 
H. P. Lamb. 


2 

4 

18 

.... 

19 
19 


53 44 
204 103 
439, 228 
273 194 
152 43 
381 | 267 
276 126 
1 


6 .00 7 .00 

10.00, 

30 .00 7 .60 
63.50 

5.181 

15.00, 10.00 


56.15 
116.00 
237 .85 
371.61 

23.40 
105 .00 




















Travis 


N. P. Stallings.... 
Josiah Elliott... . 
W. J. Byrum 


5 

25 


41 73 
54 ll 236 

35 67 
170 48 
179, 80 
185 94 


9.40 
100 .00 
18.04 
30.00 
20.00 
20.00 


3.00 
35.00 


5 .oo; 

50.00 


28.66 
70.46 
9.74 
10.00 
10.00 
50.00 






45.40 




120 .00 


12.00 


387 46 


Whale's Head. 


27.78 


'Whiteville Grove 


R. C. Hubbard ... 
R. C. Hubbard ... 


5 


19.00 
10.00 
15.00 


30.00 

15 .00; 5 .00 
15.00 


5.00 
10.00 
5.00 


5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


99.00 
75 00 


j Veopim 


R. C. Hubbard ... 
i 


11 


110.00 


Total... 


477, 


10842 


7042: 


2588 .20 


1092 .08 


1655 .03;117.20 


1924 .09 


825 .78 


243 .20 


8,445.58 



102 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



CUMBERLAND. 



Churches 


Pastors 


00 

1 

ft 

c3 


° 

U 1 t t- 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


a 

<D o 

o.2 


- ft 

O S3 
.3? ° 
'3'cn 


o 
o 

J3 

o 
W 

. ft 

b c 

c3 o 

a m 

02S 


Orphanage 

Christian 
Education 


1 
-a 

< 


"a 









132 
43 

124 
55 


94 
37 

74 
29 


S 22.29 

7.97 

28.21 

14.86 

11.17 

10.00 

4.40 

1.06 

265 .79 

11.80 

50.00 

15.37 

2.32 

3.12 


$ 3.25 

.75 

8.44 

2.76 
5.00 
1.57 


S 3 .03 
1.69 
19.93 
15.75 
8.67 
10.00 
1.14 
.... 


S 



s 10 .00 s 

3 .45 .85 
13.76 


$ 1.16 
1.00 
4.32 


S 39.73 { 




J. M. Hester 


2 

4 
5 
13 
17 


15 71 


Bladen Union 


W. E. Dunnegan 

E. I. Olive 


74.66 
30.61 


Cedar Creek 

Cedar Falls...... 


I. P. Hedgpeth. 

J. M. Hester 


265 185 
83 156 
73 101 
60 42 
5871 428 
56 131 
271 186 
160 88 
100 60 
92 140 


2.00 




22.93 
14.97 


1.87 
2.00 
1.95 


2.22 
3.17 


49.62 

47.14 
9.06 1 












1.06 






48 
9 

39 
2 

23 
2 


114 .73 


278 .35 




133.42 3f 


14.45 


S36.74 


Fayetteville, 2d 

Green Springs 


G. W. Stanley 


28.75 
50.00 
26 .4S 
10.00 
10.00 




40.55 


W. E. Dunnegan 

W. E. Dunnegan 


25.00 
2.19 


50.00 
16.87 


5.00 


5.00 


10.00 


195.00 
60.91 • 








12.32 






8.00 


10.00 


2.00 


3.17 


4.00 


40.29 






8 
98 






| 


Magnolia 

Massey ffill 


D. L. Johnson 

R. E. Brickhouse 


16 
2 
9 
1 
3 

13 
5 

15 


79 


5.00 
26.48 
30.31 

3.00 


5.00 
18.54 
10.76 


1.00 

28.57 

10.00 

3.00 








22 .05 
4.70 


6.84 
2.00 


39 .S9 


198 479 
93 56 
83 77 
93 64 
64 96 
136 152 
146 83 
52 40 
39 50 
19.... 
82 69 
50 70 


1.00 


16.50 
10.00 


97.79 
61.07 


Mount Pisgah _ 


W. E. Dunnegan 

R. L. Clifton 








6.00 

















18.00 
24.81 
28.00 
1.60 
6.00 
1.00 
4.00 
3.33 


8.00 
24.45 
12.50 
1.88 
4.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.86 


10.00 
23.74 
25.50 
3.27 
6. CO 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 


3.00 
4.00 

.15 


15 .00 
12.60 
18.00 
4.00 
1.00 


3.00 
3.32 
3.50 

1.25 


3.00 
2.57 
3.50 
1.00 

1.00 


60.00 






91.49 






95.00 


Shiloh 


R. L. Byrd 


11.75 








18.40 


Suggs Grove 






2.00 


7.00 




10 
4 


10.15 
.46 




18.15 


Union Springs. 


W. M. Page 






7.65 










Totals 


242 


3262 3066 

; 


599.79 261.68 

1 


532 .51 


17.15 


413.47 82.66 


60.23 


1,967.49 








EASTERN. 


Alpine 






35 25 
56.... 
100.... 

50: 17 

90| 77 

54 37 
197 165 

70 184 
65.... 
49 42 
292 247 
214 98 
65 67 
53 88 
87 43 
60 35 
67 67 
105 92 
137 60 
247 5:; 
159 88 
32 50 
59 42 

55 41 
179 131 

83 52 
165 72 
227 163 
144 82 

40 150 
139 67 

81 50 
122 143 


S. . 
11.83 
32.85 

4.00 
27.00 

7.27 
42.75 
65 .00 

8.00 

2.50 
119.66 


$ 


$- 


t 


% |$ 


f 


s 






11.83 


















32 .85 




B. F. Deloatch 




2.00 
6.00 
2. CO 
10.24 
25.00 
3.50 
2.50 
43.25 


2.00 
6.00 
5.00 
16.42 
25.00 
3.50 
5.00 
36.75 


2.00 

2.00 
5.00 
1.00 

8.00 


2.00 
17.00 6.00 

5.00 

20 .00 5 .00 
25.00 


1.00 
2.00 
l.OO 
6.00 
10.00 
2.00 


11.00 


Beula ville 

Beulah Chapel 

Bear Marsh 

Calypso 

Cedar Fork 


C. H. Cashwell 

W. B. Rivenbark 

W. B. Rivenbark 


1 

5 
6 
6 
1 
13 


66.00 
20.27 
102 .41 
135.00 


C. H. Cashwell 


4.00 
25.00 
140 .86 


1.50 


23 .50 1 
35 .00 




F. T. Collins 


15.00 


15.00 


378 .52 1 




S. B. Wilson ... 










15.00 
82.82 
25.00 

7.97 
10.00 

8.37 
31.50 
50.00 
90 .OS 

4.50 
25.00 
38.50 
78.50 
14.92 
19.00 
130 .44 
60.00 

8.00 
10.00 

4.00 
111.25 


5.00 

27.00 

3.00 

6.53 

3.00 

2.00 

5.00 

25.00 

30.81 

2.00 

20.00 

10.00 

51.00 

5.00 

5. CO 

40.20 

15.00 

5.00 

6.50 

2.00 

63.05 




10.00 

30.00 

3.00 

6.50 

20.00 

2.50 

7.50 

40.00 

78.06 

1.50 

35 .00 

12.00 

63.00 

5.00 

7.00 

73.85 

50.00 

6.00 

2.81 

2.00 

110.32 


2.00 

1.00 
.61 


14.75 


3.00 


5.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 


54 .75 


Delway 

Dobson Chapel 


J. M. Alderman 

T. J. Baker 


1 
2 


40.00 

5.011 
10 .42 1 .00 


184 .82 
41.50 


B. G. Early 


34.03 




F. T. Collins 


4 
3 

7 

1 






33.00 




J. W.Cobb.... 


1.50 
5.00 
9.00 

2.50 

2.00 
1.00 
3.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 

5.00 


3.00 
10.00 
30.00 
95.90 

2.50 
12.00 
23.00 


4.00 
5.00 
8.00 
1.25 

~~5~6() 


1.70 
2.50 
5.00 
10.09 
1.00 

"T.50 
10.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.50 
3.00 
1.00 

1.00 
7.50 


17.57' 


Hallsville 


C. H. Cashwell 

C. V. Brooks 


62.00 

160.00 






321 .94 








14.70 




W. A. Elam... 


9 
1 

12 


92.00 






93.50 


Magnolia 

Maple Hill 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Olive 

New Hope 


S. B. Wilson 

J H. Booth 


60.00 10.00 
12 .on 2.00 

8 .00 ! 5 .00 

113.30 

50.00 3.00 

1 .00, 1 .00 

5.00 

3. on 
50.68 12.60 


272 .50 
42 .92 


B. F. DeLoatch 

R. H. Herring 

B. G. Early... 


3 
1 

~~*5 

8 
18 
18 


46.00 

1X4 .00 
23 .00 


Piney Grove 


B. F. DeLoatch 


26.31 
12.00 


Bill 


B. G. Early 







ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 

EASTERN— Continued. 






10 


> 




Churches 


Pastors 


I 

a 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


"3 

a 

TJ.S 

C -S 5 
03 cs a 

*"!■§ 

"8 ffl.S 


to 

a 

V o 

g.a 


M o 

'8'm 
t- en 






.. m 

b a 

c3 

a m 


c 
M 
S3 

a 

C3 
X, 

ft 

O 


-as 


u 

i 
9 

0> 
60 
< 


"3 


H 


Rowan 


B. F. DeLoatch 

J. H. Booth 


7 
4 


216 
105 
19 

82 
159 

90 
248 


205 

88 


$ 75.00 817.50$ 140.00 
15 .56 7 .05 


$ 5.50 


$ 20.00 
8.94 


$15 .00 


$15 .00 
4.39 


$ 288.00 






37 

60 




1 




Springvale 


B. G. Early 


1 

23 
2 
16 


10 .00! 2 .00 


5 .00 1 1 .00 
15 .00| 1 .00 

25 .05' 

116.00 2.50 


5.00 

30.00 

1.95 

169 .30 


4.50 
8.00 

10.00 


1.00 
5.00 
1.01 
10.00 


28.50 
120 00 


J. M. Alderman 

T. J. Hood 

A. 0. Moore 


115 
96 
168 


50.00 ! 11.00 

8.83| 7.73 

158.03 103.05 


Turkey 

Warsaw 


44.57 
568 .88 


Totals 


187 


4497 


3297 


1,463.13 574.91 


974.76 68.36 


1,023.60 


129.25 


136.694,370.70 















ELKIN. 







11 
25 
12 
3 


69 
222 

70 
117 

58 

60 
140 
135 

50 
215 

92 
150 

1378 


54 
120 
158 

55 


S 

.60 
2.63 


1 


I 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1.85 


4 45 






2.00 




Elkin Valley 


C. F. Fields 








2 63 




A. T. Pardue 








11.90 






11 90 


Little Elkin 


J. W. Bryant 














Mount Pleasant 


Grant Cothran__ _ 

G. M. Burcham 

J. W. Bryant 


6 
7 
14 


123 
51 

121 
60 
57 
45 
53 

897 


.20 




.19 










.39 






1.20 
3.14 




1.20 
2.00 


2 40 






1.00 


3.59 




9.73 




Levi McCann 




J. A. Blevins._ 


4 
2 




















Grant Cothran __ 

J. S. Elliott 


















White Plains 










4.00 






4 00 






84 
















Totals 


3.43 


1.00 


3.78 




22.24 




5.05 


35.50 













FLAT RIVER. 




















27 
5 
19 


223 
90 

162 
49 

102 

114 
93 

110 


106 
45 

125 
24 
72 
52 
79 
45 


$ 53.83 
12.65 
61.36 
7.65 
6.25 
15.00 
27.62 
25.00 


$38 .01 
15.60 
20.07 
3.00 
4,97 
4.15 
26.36 


$ 90 .84 8 
20.35 .. 

64.21! 

4.00 


8 35.0C 

7.85 

60.55 

11.86 

30.74 


8 

4.6£ 
9. IE 
2.2C 
1.0C 


$ 

3.73 
1.62 
2.00 
4.92 


8 217.68 








T. A. Tatum 










Bullock_- 


R. H. Marsh 

T. A. Tatum 

G. P. Harrill 

E. G. Usry 


15 
14 
3 


7.25 
11.19 
31.50 
14.50 


1.65 


56 78 




30.34 


Creedmoor 


2.60 


63.85 
19.00 

12.00 
94.57 
9.90 
44.78 
40.88 
37.73 


2.50 


4.00 


158 .43 
58 50 




E.G. Usry 


12 


91 52 


23.00 24.25 


31 .56 ! 

113.42 

6.41 

134.701 5.78 
91 .55 

48.95! . 






90 81 




R. H. Marsh 


190 
149 
124 
MS 


180 
75 
82 

140 
99 

275 

121 
82 

115 
57 


63.71 

40.50 
45.00 
26.60 
80.00 
33.15 
32.96 
2.00 
16.18 
152 .62 


66.56 
10.14 
59.50 
19.18 
26.20 
45.31 
25.45 
20.28 
2 .55 
21.41 


11.37 

17.00 

33.09 
35.00 
12.00 
16.50 


11.50 
2.46 
9.00 
9.00 
9.45 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 


361 13 




O. W. Yates 


14 
10 


28 91 




M. C. Walton.... 


311 26 






205 61 




R. H. Marsh.. 


26 


378 


182 02 


'Island Creek 

Knap of Reeds _. 

Knott's Grove 

Mary's Chapel 


W. L. Griggs 


49l 340 
2 136 


100 .00 1 1 15 .00 
35 .40 ' 5 .75 77 !U 


280.31 
195 .29 
131.19 
20 .33 


T. A. Tatum.... 

C. V. Reid. 


9 
21 

19 


101 
103 
163 


40 .70 '. 1 .00 
2.00 6.11 


14.75 

7.67 

26.51 


Mount Zion 


G. T. Lumpkin__ 


57.18 
152 .62 
130 .00 
3 .27 
182 .55 




3.90 


3.63 


128 .81 
305 25 


Mountain Creek 

Mount Harmony 


G. T. Lumpkin 

G. T. Lumpkin 

G. F. Putnam.. 


21 
11 
7 
5 

6S 
5 
5 

10 


280 
87 
295 
80 
591 
130 
104 
141 


151 
24 
57 
71 

441 
105 
56 
60 


74.11 34.00 

1.33 

35.55 50.00 





36.81 
3.00 
35.05 


32.00 


9.48 


316.40 
7.60 


Mill Creek . 




13.37 


13.38 




few Light 


J. G. Davis 

G. T. Lumpkin 

J. H. Barnes 






Oxford 

Olive Grove 


385 .50 
4.98 


323 .59 
10.00 


627 .55 
6.00 ■ 


17.48 


398 .21 
7.00 


175 .00 


25.00 


1,952.33 
27.98 


•Olive Branch . 










Peace Chapel 


E. G. Usrv 


6.18 

11.45 

48.70 

5.25 

7.00 

25.00 

44.40 

13.10 

38.00 

9.14 

3.75 


6.00 
10.25 
29.25 
10.00 
14.25 

7.00 
22.05 

9.35 
11.67 

8.77 
16.95 


3.66 
14 .50 1 
68.71 ! 
10 .00 
27 .60 

7.00 
57 .25 
19.47 
16.57! 
10.80 
33 .00 




11.15 

26.90 

17.56 

6.79 

7.00 

3.19 

13.85 

20.89 

49.56 

13.28 






26.33 


Pleasant Grove 


32 290 122 

7| 88, 24 

51 147 101 

14; 170 85 

19 99 34 

29 236! 72 




31.50 


3.04 


66 14 


Poplar Creek 


E. R. Nelson 




195 72 


Providence... 


D. F. Putnam 


1.74 


33 78 








2.75 


58 60 


State Line. 


R. E. Peele 




42 19 


Stovall... 


T. A. Tatum 








137 55 


Sharon.,. 






110 64 
221 53 




2.30 
3.00 
3.85 




65 11 


Tally Ho 


J. L. Martin 

R. H. Marsh 


18 




118.80 


Tabb's Creek 


18 ! 89 
24; 109 


76 
153 




45 84 


West Oxford.... 


E.G. Usry 




20.00 




73 70 














Totals 


543 6148 


3575 


1,442.59 997.45 


2,276.61 4?. 11 1 ?>sn 49dno sr 


130.96 


6,579.52 
















i 









104 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 







FRENCH BROAD. 














Churches 


Pastors 


i 

a 
m 


Church 

Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


"3 
d 

T3.2 

d -^ M 

cj 33 d 

.3 o'S 


CO 

a 
oj o 

d'S 

o.S 


_M O 

'53°8 
OS 


o 

o 
-d 
o 
02 

&« 

cs o 

§1 

02g 


Orphanage 


d§ 
'•+3 oi 

is 

OH 


GO 

t-t 
<D 

I 

O 

em 

< 


03 
•*> 
O 

H 


Bethel - 


W. L. Edwards 


13 131*124 
8 ! 133 90 


1 


* 


$ 


% 


i 


$ 


$ 

2.00 


S 




2.00 








23 42 

205 75 
















A. J. Sprinkle 

S. T. Hensley 

J. M. Pickens 

A. J. Sprinkle 

R. D. Ponder... 

L. C. Roberts 

J. W. Corn 

T. J. Eatman 

W. P. Robinson 

W. P. McCarter 

A. J. Sprinkle 

S. C. Briggs 


10 




5.00 
6.00 


10.00 




10.00 
6.00 






25.00 




1 1S6 100 

2 49' 74 
33 174 95 
41 102 130 

7i 141 75 


5.00 






17.00 












9.29 6.49 


10.01 


18.35 
3.22 

25.00 
5.00 

25.00 
5.00 

13.26 






44.14 


Foster's Creek 

Gabriel's Creek 






3.22 




10.00 






35.00 


II 107 
18, 229 

6 77 
10 128 

7 6S 
1 52 

3 53 

2 95 

III 82 


48 
100 
55 
89 
*44 
60 
50 
67 
75 


1 .66 

5.00 12.00 


2.65 
30.00 








8.65 


Grapevine 




2.00 


74.00 
5.00 


Laurel Branch 

Laurel Seminary 

Little Ivy - 

Locust Grove 

Long Branch.. 

♦Lower Walnut Creek 


5 .66 6 .85 
5.00 


7.80 








32.91 






5.00 


















4.17 
17.08 

5.00 






4.17 


7.13 2.55 
3.15 2.30 


3.56 






1.18 


31.50 


J. M. Pickens 


2.95J 


13.40 




46 70 
102, 85 
404 490 
173 131 
45! 105 
731 60 















:::.:;:.:.! 




Mars Hill _. 


J. R. Owen 


18 


110.00 105.00 
65.76 10.25 


95 .00' 
35 .76! 


185 .00 
210.19 
7.55 
4.00 
17.87 
5.80 
13.00 


5.00 


7.50 
7.00 


502 .50 




333 .96 


Middle Fork. 

Paint Fork 






7.55 




13 


2 .00, 2 .00 
5.00 4.00 


2 .16! 

5.00 






10.10 


S. T. Hensley 


16 10S 73 
2 106. 50 
11 150 f 109 






31.87 


Peek's Chapel 

Piney Mountain 








5.80 


W T Bradley 


10.00 5.00 


10.00 


38.00 












\V. P. McCarter 

J. D. King.. 

W. P. Robinson 

T J Eatman 




1 33| 70 

5 140 65 

20.... 

9 172 60 


1.0C 


1.00 










2.00 






6.57 






6.57 




3.00 1.00 
. 








4.00 


Walnut Creek 



















258 3607 2761 


226.33 174.44 


230.83 


587 .Of 


5.00 


19.68 


1,263.02 














1 




1 





'1914. 



GREEN RIVER. 





M. A. Shuford 

G. G. O'Neil __ 


8 
6 
26 
1 
6 

I 

4 
2 
20 

3 


59 


87 


$ H 

7.30, 
7.70 
.51 
2.00 
3.60 
2.10! 

2.73 
11.00 


11.00 

5.70 
1.00 
2.90 
3.60 
3.20 

2.70 
1.00 
3.50 


S 

8.45 
11.70 
1.00 
2.50 
7.40 
2.00 

5.00 
11.70 
3.89 


8 is 


% 


•? 


8 




150 87 
165 97 
53 27 
111.... 
159 75 
113.... 
147 50 
76 63 
110 10S 
169 154 
"HO 75 
126 *67 
156 35 


8.18 


34.93 




J. P. Bennett 

W. F. Sinclair 

.1. B. Arledge. 

B. M. ITamrick 

B. M. Hamrick 

C. G. Walker... _. 


12.00 
1.00 
3.50 
6.30 
2.95 
2.25 




39.10 


tj ]. i e 




3.51 


Big Level. 


1 .00 1 .60 


13.50 
23.90 




9.25 




1.75 


4.00 




Fletcher Simmons 

J. P. Bennett 

W. F. McMahan 

J. M. Walker 

J. B. Arledge 


15.00 2.25 


27.68 


Cherry Springs 

Cooper's Gap 


13.75 
15.95 


2.25 

3.4S 


39.70 
26.82 


1.50 
6.60 


1.80 
4.05 


3.90 
3.55 


4.30 
3.64 




.50 


12.00 

17.84 


*t^ S t m • * 




75 
9 




















5.00 
6.00 
2.50 
2.00 
5.10 
3.00 
2.00 
111.60 
3.00 
6.60 
29.87 


3.44 

2.50 
2.00 
7.15 
3.00 
2.00 

81.68 
3.00 
3.85 

27.00 


1.00 
4.00 
2.50 
2.00 
10.18 
3.00 

117.40 

3.00 

6.43 

24.50 


5.00 

14.50 


5.00 
3.25 


16.00 


Hall Town 

Harmony Grove 

Hickory Grove 

Mill Spring 

Montford Cove 

Mountain Creek 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Vernon 


G. G. O'Neil .. 




50 58 
541 60 
25 *44 


31 .19 


B \I Hamrick 




2.75 

2.00 
16.00 

4.00 

4 .35 2 .00 

125.00 

4.95 




10.25 


D. P. Lowderniilk 

A. P. Sorrels 

W - 1 ; . I.ensey 

1!. L. Limrick 

\\ in. II. Moore 

.1. M. Walker.... 

M. M. Huntley. 

G. G. O'Neil 


1 

5 
4 
4 

13 
8 
5 
5 
1 

20 
2 






s.00 


139 
138 

79 
186 
140 
222 
208 

52 


79 

80 
41 

200 
46 
60 

100 
36 







2.41 

3.00 
2.00 


40.84 

16.00 

12.35 

435.68 






13.95 




5.88 
4.35 


13.88 


20.90 14.10 


120.72 










G. A. Martin 

T. W. Arledge... 


366 150 

65 40 
261 82 


33.00 
2.00 
6.25 


34.10 
2.00 
8.11 


38.00 
4.00 
9.05 


7.48 24.00 

2.50 

6.50 






136.58 




1.00 


11.50 
29.91 



. 1 SSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS 



105 



Churches 



GREEN RIVER— Continued. 



Pastors 



J. P. Bennett 

W. L. Haynes.. 

B. M. Hamrick 

W. F. Sinclair 

J. M. Walker 

W. F. Sinclair 



Old Fort... 

Piney Knob 

Pleasant Grove... 

Pleasant Hill 

Pea Ridge.. 

Piedmont 

Rock Spring 

Round Hill I J. E. Hoyle 10] 325 

Rutherfordton I G.A.Martin 14| 

•Stone Mountain L. 9 

*Sunny Vale 



-g QD-g -a. 2 

OjQ «^ i "3 o 

3 3 a S -s g'l 

rt 0) ^ C TO %L — 

O S oa S m <; S 



WS 



70 



Silver Creek I J. B. Arledge. 

•Turkey Cove L 

Whiteside Valley W. A. Morris.. 

Woodlawn I A. P. Sorrels.. 

Zion Hill.. ! W. F. McMahan. 

•Mill Spring 

•Round Knob 



11 



Total 24054593318 



100 

50 
86 
77 
52 1 

121 
25l 

225, 
204! 200 
48 1 45,. 
40 
40. 
54 . 
60. 
58. 
40 
44 



$ 15.00!$17.20 



1. 

5 .50 

11 .ool 

2.00' 
12.50 



1.45 
3.75 
1.35 
1.35 
2.50 



40.00 40.00 
100.00 60.00 



feS 



^ o 



$ 5.20 J $ 20.00$ 



3.40 
5.171. 
28 .00!. 
2.00 
2.50'. 



1.70 
5.17 

8.85 



2.00 



40.00 40.00 

100.00 J 141.00, 15.00 



3.12 



463 .OS 365 .31 



2.25 
2.27 



3.30. 
2.76. 



478.88 16.78 



1.80 
9.17 



543.71 



2.00 



32.10 



$ 3.00 



2.25 
T.25 



3.25 
9.00 



$ 62.40 
7.55 
19.59 
51.45 
5.35 
20.75 



163 .25 
425.00 



7.30 

.80 21.12 



62.27 



1,932.82 



HAYWOOD. 





J. C. Pruett 


12 
29 

l l 

33 
16 


133 
98 
97 
67 
58 
22 
134 
94 
33 
333 
109 
149 
157 
105 
76 
50 
313 
40 
60 
32 
100 
33 
70 

2363 


107 
90 

131 
80 
55 
74 
98 
50 
57 

264 
89 
56 

150 
84 
96 
87 

349 
80 
45 
50 
74 


69.00 
1.62 


9 
8.40 
11.00 
2.30 
1.00 


$ 


« 


$ 5.00 
7.00 
18 30 


$-_ 


$ 


$ 5.00 

15.40 

114 .30 

34.62 

3 00 


Antioch.. 


D. C. Davis 




Bethel 


R. A. Sentelle- 


6.00 10.00 










2.70 


IS .00 
2.00 





10.00 


Cove Creek... 


J. C. Bennett. 

J. M. Haynes 

W. W. Pless 


Canton 










East Fork 




1.50 


1 00 






5.00 
2 00 


Fines Creek 


D. C. Davis 




2.00 
1.00 




Fairview__ 


A. C. Bryson... 


.75 
103 .00 


1.00 
60.00 


1.00 

62.00 10.00 




3 75 


Locust Field 


G. P. Hamrick 

R. W. M. Hall 


65 

28 

: 




235 .00 


Panther Creek 


10.00 

12.20 

54.53 

2.06 




10 00 


Pleasant Balsam .. . 


A. C. Bryson 

Geo. Wharton 

T. F. Arlington 










12 20 


Pleasant Hill 

Ratcliff Cove 


5.66 29.19 
1 .00 .80 


27 .551 

.80 


1 .90, 5 .00 


123 .17 
5 66 


Rock Spring 


D. C. Davis 

W. W. Pless _. 

A. V. Joyner 

C. W. Owen 


30 


8.00 
78.07 







37.83 




45 83 


Spring Hill 


3.05 
73.14 




2.83 
187.03 




5.88 


Waynesville 

Jonathan's Creek 


66.58 




3.47 


408 .29 


L. Cattaloochee 


T. F. Arlington. 


















•Mount Zion 






















*Oak Grove 




3 


















•Olivet 




















•Pigeon. i 




42 




















265 














Total 


2282 


266.44 


191 38 


167.63 


20.00 


36.148 


1.90 


19.27(1,028.10 









•1914. 



JOHNSTON. 



Antioch 

Bailey 

Baptist Center 

Beaty Chapel 

Benson 

Benson's Grove 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethesda 

Blackman's Grove... 

•Calvary 

Canaan 

Carter's Chapel 

Clayton 



A. A. Pippin 

W. H. Wall.. 

W. T. Tate... 

R. L. Smith 

J. M. Duncan 

R. L. Smith 

W. D. Stancil 

D. E. Vipperman. 

W. L. Tate 

W. D. Harrington. 



R. L. Smith 

W. D. Harrington. 
A. C. Hamby 



186 117 

77 1 85 

113 110 

30 71 

165 270 

24 55 

92 ! 146 

36 



1 
12 
971 498 



20.00 
10.00 
7.501 

6.oo; 

75 .00! 
7.50 

io .oo; 

2.00 
37.50 
20.00 



$ 5 .00 S 

2.50 

2 .50, 

.75 

10.00 



5.00$ 2.50JS 
5 .OO! 1 .00; 
2 .50 1 .001 



.75 
15.00 



5.00 
2.35 
5.00 
5.00 



1.00 
2.50 



3 .00 1 .50 .25 

5 .00 5 .00 2 .00 

275 .00 322 .85' 154 .20 



5 .00 1 .00 

2 .25 

7 .00 2 .50 

5 .00 2 .00 



.25 
3.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
2.50 
2.51 
23.50 
2.50 
4.00 



15.00 
5.00 



2.50l$ 2.50 
2 .50 2 .50 



2.00 

.75 

5.00 



2.50 



5.00 
4.00 



1 .00 .25 

ii. oo; 2.00 

156.00 25.00 



2.00 

.75 

5.00 



2.50 



5.00 
2.00 



3.00 

20.00 



42 .50 
28.50 
20.00 
12.50 
136.00 
10.00 
30 .00 
6.60 
77.00 
43.00 



6.25 

31.00 

957 .05 



106 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS 



JOHNSTON— Continued. 



Churches 



'- - - - 



© O 



ci o 






Clyde's Chapel 

Corinth.. 

Four Oaks 

Hepzibah 

Hood's Grove 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel 

Live Oak 

Micro... 

Middlesex 

Mount Moriah 

New Bethel 

Noble's Chapel — 

Oliver's Grove 

Parrish Memorial- 
Pauline 

Pine Level 

Pinkney 

Pisgah 

Princeton 

Sardis 

Selma 

Shiloh _ 

Smithfield 

Thanksgiving 

Trinitv 

Wendell 

White Oak 

Wilson's Mills 

Burnell 



Totals. 



I. L. Bennett 

A. A. Pippin 

J. M. Duncan 

J. E. Lanier 

R. L. Smith 

D. E. Vipperman .. 

\V. H. Wall. — 

J. U. Teague 

J. H. Beck 

\V. H. Wall 

C. A. Jenkins 

A. A. Pippin 

W. H. Wall 

W. D. Harrington. 

J. M. Duncan 

W. D. Harrington. 

D. E. Vipperman.. 

R. L. Smith. 

John E. Lanier 

D. E. Vipperman.. 

( '. E. Stevens 

C. E. St ovens 

G. T. Mills... 

John E. Lanier 

J. U. Teague.. 

C. H. Stevens 

C. A. Jenkins 

A. A. Pippin 

R. L. Brown 

J. E. Lanier 



181 
L48 

70 
IS 
59 
40 
300 
30 
35 



94S 
83 
147 
34 
25 
51 
67 
55 



60 

^6 147 

186 160 

94 64 

106 50 

23 5; 

71 40 

63 173 

54 134 

21 60 



255 340 
98 1C5 



19S 
98 

40 



14 107 

11 77 

5 4> 

lx 222 283 

21 206 87 

4 5S s4 

... 7 46 



29 .40 S 8 .00 .$ 
13.00 2.50 



32.20 
6.20 
7.00 

15.00 



19.67 
1 .25 
1.25 
4.13 



25.00 10.00 

5 .00 1 .00 

12.00 2.50 

16.50 10.00 

57.02 32.23 

36 .06 7 .50 



10.00 

5.00 

6.00 

5.00 
20.00 

6.50 
22 .25 
24 .60 
16.50 
75.00 20.00 
20 .00 5 .00 
125.57 49.55 
11.50 2.50 



2.50 
1.00 
2.00 
2.50 
5.00 
2.50 
5.50 



5.00 



5 .00 

47.97 
25 .00 
20.00 
5.70 



1.00 
49 .59 
7.50 
2.50 
1.00 



23 .25 
2.50 
8.85 
1.50 
1.25 
4.76 

10 .CO 
1.00 
3.50 

14.00 

213.00 

S.00 

5.00 

1.00I 

1.25 
2.50 
5.00 
1.00 
5.50 
5.00 
5.00 

30.00 
5.00 

65 .06 
2.00 
1 .50 

59.12 
7 .50 
5.00 
1.00 



S 2 .50 S 

1.00 

2.50 

.50 

.50 

2.50 

2.00 

2.411 

1.00 

1.00 

10.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.50 

1.00 

"Too 

1.00 
1.00 



3.75 
5.00 
5.00 

1.50 
1 .2.3 
5.00 ! 
5.00 
5.50 
6.75 
5.00 
60 .26 
25 .55 
5.011 
1.00 
1.25 
2 .50 
5.00 
1.00. 
5.00 



: 2.00 

2.50 
4.00 
1.00 
1.25 
2.50 
5.00 
1.00 
1.50 
2 .50 
10.00 
5.50 
2.50 
1.00 
1.00 
2.50 
2.50 

T.50 



i 2 .50 $ 

2.50 

4.00 

1.00 

1.25 

2.50 

3.00 

1.00 

1.50 

2.50 
10.00 

5.50 

2.50 

2.00 

1.00 

1.18 

5.00 

1.00 

2.42 



1.00 
2 .50 

1.00 
.50 

5.00 
2 .50 
1.50 

.50 



3.65 

25 .00 

5.00 

39.97 

3.50 

1.50 

31.48 

10.00 

9.50 

1.00 



2.50 

10.10 

2.50 

10.00 

2.50 

.50 

5.02 

5.00 

2.50 

1.65 



2 .50 
10 .00 
2 .50 
10.00 
2.50 
.50 
5.34 
5.00 
2.50 
1.00 



71.40 
29.00 
76.22 

12 .95 

13 .75 
36.39 
60.00 
16.90 
28.75 
51.50 

419.51 
91.10 
2S.50 
11.50 
14.50 
16.18 
43 .50 
13.00 
44.17 
29 .60 
36.15 

172.50 
4C.00 

305 .17 
25.50 
10.50 

203 .52 
62 .50 
43.50 
11.85 



1556 1,184.47 523.99 701.99 73.67 573.92 146.42 139.34 3,410.01 



KINGS MOUNTAIN. 



Beaver Dam A. ('. 

Bethlehem J. W. 

Bessemer City D. F. 

Boiling Springs T. C. 

Buffalo W. (1 

Casar-... I. D. 

Carpenters Grove I. D. 

Cherryrille .... CM 

Crowders Mountain.. J. C. 

Double Springs D. G 

Double Shoals A. C. 

Elizabeth W. E, 

E. Kings Mountain... J. R. 

Fallston I. D. 

Flint Hill J. M. 

Grover. J- R- 

11 J. R. 

Lattimore D. G 

Lawndale. J. \\. 

Mount Sinai B. M. 

Mount Zion W. M 

New Bethel J. W. 

New Hope J. W. 

New Prospect I. D. 

> c W. M. 

North Brook B. F. 

Oak drove J. R. 

r Grove W. K. 

; i! < Irovo J. P, 

Lor \. II. 

P t Hill W. K. 

Poplar Springs. \. If 

• Ridge.. H. M. 

Ross Grove ... ... W. E. 



13 .00 $ 2 .00 $ 2 .00 $ 60 .00 

10.00 2.00 2.00 36.00 

54.47 4.90 173.09 

210.23 

10.67 

20.00 

36.00 

322.31 




ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



107 



KINGS MOUNTAIN— Continued. 



Churches 



Sandy Plains. 
Shady Grove. 
Shelby, 1st... 

Shelby, 2d 

Union 

Waco.. 

Zion 

Zoar 

Totals 



Pastors 



Z. D. Harrill 

L. A. Bangle 

L. W. Swope 

W. E. Lowe 

D. G. Washburn. 
C. M. Robinson. . 

A. C. Irvin 

W. K. Collins.... 



Xi 9! 

t — 



■/.", 

112 
38 
360 
318 
222 
101 
*12I 
82 



■VIM 



"3.2 

03 rt 



20.00 
5.00 
341 .77 
20.00 
10.00 
25.00 
18.00 
13.00 



978 .60 



as 



$13 .60 
5.00 
398 .60 
15.00 
5.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 



919.52 



£S 



22.60 

4.00 

341 .29 

15.00 
9.60 

30.00 

13.00 
8.00 



1,293.39 



■7.P, 



5.00 

"2 "66 

T.50 



63 .56 



20.00 
5.00 
297 .23 
15.00 
10.00 
15.00 
15.00 
12.50 



•G 3 



1,000.67 702.53 



3 4 .00 
1.00 

311.00 
5.00 
16.90 
8.00 
3.00 
7.00 



t 4 



00 $ 84 .20 
-I 20.00 
00 1,709.89 
00| 80 .00 



53 .00 
92.00 
63.00 
57.00 



101.20 5,059.47 



LIBERTY. 



Abbott's Creek.. . 

Center Hill 

Denton 

Gravel Hill 

Holloway 

Huldah... 

Jersey 

Lexington 

Liberty. 

Lick Creek 

New Friendship.. 

Oak Grove 

Oak Hill.. 

Orphanage 

Pine M. House 

Reed's X Roads.. 

Rich Fork 

Smith Grove 

Stoner's Grove 

Summerville 

Taylor's Grove... 

Thomasville 

Wallburg 

Walter's Grove 

Welcome 

Totals 



Thomas Carrick . 

Henrv Sheets 

J. F. Fletcher 

W. C. Smith 

Henry Sheets 

W. C. Smith 

Henry Sheets 

J. M. Hamrick 

C. L. Taylor 

Thomas Catrick . 
A. L. McClendon. 
E. Long 



I. M. Mercer 

J. F. Carter 

J. M. Hamrick.. 
J. M. Hamrick.. 

W. C. Smith 

J. F. Fletcher... 
C. E. Crissman. 



I. M. Mercer.. 
O. A. Keller.. 
C. L. Taylor. 
O. A. Keller.. 



12 179 



3217 



134: 
109: 
•81 1 
*24 
661 

350; 

63 
601 
62 
48 
33. 
491! 
200 
170 
157 
112 
121i 
46| 
50l. 
350 
112 
49 



19 .20 $ 7 .50 
13 .751 4 .40 
38.16i 15.84 

5.76 1 

19.00! 10 -°0 
1 .45 1 .78 
15.00 11.00 
52.531 60.12 
6 .00] 6 .00 
8.35 6.30 
5 .90| 8 .00 
4.33! 1-10 



14 .00 S 5 .00 
11.87 2.75 



147.63 127.51 

11 .00 8 .00 

11.52 5.50 

10 .00 5 .00 

3.00J 2 - 81 

50.00 25.75 

3 .00 1 .50 



32.83' 


2.74 


7.67. 




22 .24 1 


1.60 


1.45. 




17 .00 


3.00 


47.96.. 




10 .00i 


1.00 


16.75 


1.54 


5.00. 
1. 






155 .09! 


9.81 


20.00. 




14 .50 


2.90 


10 .00 


3 .00 


4.71. 





50.00 
8.75 

29.54 
9.00 

14.00 
2.45 

31 .35 

153 .84 

8.00 

19.00 
7.06 
7.00 



5.00 
3.12 
7.05 
2.00 
2.10 



9.00 
11.70 
2.00 
3.00 



3103 



104.29 60.62 

81.25 39.47 

3 .00 2 .00 

11 .08 3 .75 



625 .20 413 .95 



30.22! 
3.00 



13.41 
1.00 



62.51 3.18 
65.20. 

3 .00[ 1 -00 

3.151... 



558.15 51.93 



157.89 165.50 
24.00 
25.00 
21.00 

5.00 
41.09 

4.60 



2.50 



4.50 
4.37 
2.02 



2.00 
~6~00 



2.00 
3.00 



1.00 



105 .20 
49.01 

128.18 
24.43 
70.94 
7.13 
92.35 

326.15 
35.00 
57.94 
25 .96 
13.43 



12 .88 
1.50 



S4 .85 

32.63 

5.00 

6.25 



8.40 
1.00 
1.35 



746.70 238.10 



14.31 777.74 
63 .00 
59.42 
54.00 
15.52 
179 .93 
15.85 



2.50 



5.9S 
1.75 



8 .00 323 .45 
I 226.95 

1 .00! 16 .00 
1 25.58 



57.43 2,691.46 



♦1914. 



LIBERTY-DUCKTOWN— 1914. 







1 
24 
2 


44 

183 
50 
23 

114 
27 
45 

115 
90 
14 

171 
61 
33 
75 
89 

114 
99 
90 
45 

151 
54 
99 
41 
53 

155 
34 


100 
25 
30 
20 
25 
60 

"65 


$ 

2.00 


2.00 


$- 

2.00 


$ 


$ 

3.40 


$ 


s 


$ 

9 40 


Beaver Dam 


W. D. Hogsed 


•Bethel .. 










Bell view . 


C. F. Martin 


















Bethlehem ... 


H. J. McDonald 

J. T. Dugin 


2 


















Bucknob . 


















Culberson ... 


J. F. McGee 




2.00 
1.00 
3.56 


2.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


29.10 








32.10 


Ebenezer... 


W. D. Hogsed. 


5 
1 








4 00 


Fairview. 


W. C. Hamrick. 

J. W. Pell 




2.75 






7.26 


Flax Creek _ . 








Friendship 


J. M. Underwood 


27 


50 
50 




1.50 


1.50 











3.00 


•Grassy Creek 












•Hampton. 




7 
4 
3 
37 
5 


















Hiwassee 


J. T. Dugin 




















Hopewell— 


J. F. McGee 


46 
75 
70 
40 


6.00 


6.11 












12.11 


Isabelle, 1st 


J. B. Pelfry 














Liberty 


E. D. Cole. 






7.60 










7 60 


•Macedonia, No. 1. 


















Macedonia, No. 2 . 


S. A. Stiles 




40 
254 


















Mine City 


W. A. Revis 


9 
12 
20 
7 
7 
12 
13 


1.00 


i .65 

.50 


1.00 
.50 




3.50 






5 50 


Mount Liberty 


W. D. Hogsed 

J. F. McGee 

F. L. Riddle 


132 .50 






1.50 


Mount Pleasant 


50 
114 
75 
35 














Mount Moriah 




1.45 












1 45 


•Mount Nebo 














Mount Vernon 


S. A. Stiles 

J. B. Pelfry 


















Mount Zion. 



















108 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 









LIBERTY-DUCKTOWN— Continued. 












Churches 


Pastors 


Baptisms 

Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 

State and 
Associational 

Missions 


DD 

a 

<a o 

S'l 
o.2 

Kg 


C 13 

_tf o 

"S '53 

03 


1 

■3 

03 

■S 2 l 
8 1 

7DS : 


9) 

M 
C3 
O 
cj 

ft 
u 
O 


C8-5 

'■3 => 

•R a 
OH 


0) 

TO 

•a 
9 

0) 

Ml 
< 


"3 



New Prospect 


E 
S. 
G 

J. 
\Y 


A 

A. 
F 
F. 

D 


Beaver 

Stiles .- 

Burger 

McGee.. -- 


8 
4 


60 57$ 


% 


$ 


1 $._ 


$ 


S- . 


S 




126i *40 


1.00 
1.00 


1.00 
2.00 
1.00 


_ 








1.00 


Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 


2| 140 *70: 1.40 
1 93 50 1.00 










4.40 









3.00 




4 


52 










Shady Grove 

Shoal Creek— --- 

Turtletown 

Union 

ZionHill 


H 

J. 

5: 

W 


L 
M. 
M. 

M. 
S. 


Riddle 




65 *25 
127 50 















Underwood 

Underwood 

Underwood 


7 
13 


1.50 


1.50 


1.50 

L 


1.25 






711 35 
98 47 
132 


















1.50 








1.50 






















238 30S5 1750 


19.96 


16.06 


22.60 


29.10 


10.90 






98.62 










! 









'1913. 



LITTLE RIVER. 





J. A. Campbell 


27 


162 100$ 20.00115.45$ 16.00$ 5. 00!$ 48.00$ 2.00 


1 
$ 6.00S 112.45 






39 


374 268 


23.83 20.30 


17.20 


11.45 


20.94 




93.74 


*Averasboro 

Baptist Chapel 

Baptist Grove. - 

Bethel 


S W Oldham... 




35.... 
















7 


52 37 


7.00 2.00 


2.00 




5.00 




16.00 


C. H. Stevens 


17 


143 131 


5.25| 4.90 


5.25 


.25 


11.51 .57 


2.00 


29.73 


J. W. Hartsell 


5 


55 26 


5. 00 2.00 


2.00 


1.00 


3.00 2.00 


2.00 


17.00 




J. A. Campbell 


31 


500 466 


110.00 75.00 


125 .00 


10.00 


250.00 15.00 


25.00 


610.00 




J. A. Campbell 


8 


13s 156 


80 .20 45 .55 


83.72 


2.50 


172 .30i 5 .00 


5.00 


394 .27 




J. M. Holleman 




35.... 


5.00 5.00 


5.00 




2.00! 


5.00 


22.00 


Chalvbeate Springs.. 


J. S. Farmer 


28! 


214 140 


75.40 15.00 


25.00 


5.00 


30.86 5.00 


5.00 


161.26 






J, 


77 60 
230 259 


23 .00 7 .00 
86.86 37.84 


10.00 
45.00 


4.00 


14.00 
61.98 


2.20 
4.50 


~~2~66 


56.20 




S. W. Oldham... 


242.18 




W.R.Cullomand 
























B. Cade 


18 


374 316 


20.88 


266 .31 


59.09 




78.41 


10.00 




434 .69 




S. W. Oldham.... 


16 


186 138 


110.00 


20.00 


25 .00 


3.00 


27.44 


3.25 




188 .69 




Frank Hare 


14 


149 212 


47.80 26.76 


53.11 


4.78 


27.04 


3.00 


12.00 


174 .49 


Juniper Springs 




7 


112 81 


12.00. 5. on 


5.00 








1.69 


23.69 


J. J. Taylor 


■1 


61 72 


15.0(1 5.00 


105 .00 




4.42 





4.00 


133 .42 




J. M. Holleman 


8 


121 96 


5 .00 4 .00 


4 .35 


15.10 


1.90 


2.23 


52.58 




J. M. Holleman 


10 


189 84 


6 .00 3 .00 


3.00 




5.50 




5.00 


22.50 




.1. M. Holleman 


9 


35 112 


2.00 1.00 


2.00 




2.00 




2.00 


9.00 




S. W . Oldham 




56 94 


3.82 1.10 


1.50 




.75 


1.42 




8.59 




C. H. Xorris 


22 


255 93 


61.57 


19.17 


27.89 


4.84 


33.94 


5.45 


5.63 


158 .49 




J. D. Betts 


6 


24 46 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 




1.00 





1.00 


5.00 


South Dunn 

Swann 




5 


45 91 


8.00 


2.00 






6.03 






16.03 


L. L. Hudson 


14 


85 51 


13.48 


5.00 


11.10 




7.45 




37.03 







Totals 


3613707 3129 

1 1 


748.91 


589 .38 


634.21 


66.92 


815 .47 


59.39 


85.65 


2,999.83 



•1914. 



MACON. 



Burningtown 

Buck Creek 

Brush Creek 

Briartown 

Clear Cieek. 

Cartoogechaye. . . 

Cowee 

Coweta 

Ellijay.. 

Franklin 

Holly Springs 

Highland!) 

Iotla 

Liberty 

Mountain Grove. 

Mount Hope 

Oak Grove. 

Oak Dale 

Pientiss 

Pine Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Sugar Fork 



A. S. 
J. L. 
W. T 

F. M 
M. P. 

G. A. 
T.J. 
J. B. 
J. B. 
J. M. 
R. P. 
W. T, 
T.J. 
T. J. 
J. B. 
R. P. 
R. P. 
F. M. 
J. M. 
R P. 
J. L. 
T. J. 



Solesbee 

Owen 

Potts 3 

Morgan. 

Alexander 4 

Cloer 12 

Vinson 2 

Stalcup 9, 

Stalcup - 2 

Benett 13 

McCrackin 21' 

Potts 17 

Vinson .. 

Vinson 15 

Stalcup. 6 

McCrackin 2 



109 S 

60 

07 



155 

92 

99 
153 

68! 65 
101 75 
161 9S 
192 91 
in 89 



1.10$ 1.10 
13.67 



2.50 


2.50 


2.00 


2.00 




.50 


1.75 


1.75 


7.60 


3.94 


.75 


.75 


2.80 





McCrackin. 

Morgan 

Benett 

McCrackin. 
Kinsland... 
Vinson 



22 



100, 
20.5 

63 

81 
109. 

80 

35 

75 

60 

30 



7.00 
3.30 
2.00 
3.15 



140 100 
70! 30 
121 110 



8.52 
2.73 
1.00 
3.00 
30.39 
1.20 
5.05 



3.00 

3.45 

35 .29 

2.50 

3.20 

85 

4.07 

1.92 

.55 



5.00 
1.20 

2.28 



2.64 
1.00 
2.50 
2.00 
.50 
1.00 
4.00 
1.77 
1.35 
2.75 
3.07 
13.00 
2.50 
4.80 
1.53 
8.25 



.60 



5.66 
1.20 

2.28 



8.59 



2.13 $ 

4.00 . 

2.50 

2.00 

2.45 

3.39 



1.47 



S $ 



13.20. 



1.00 
2.00 
1.60 
4.0S 
2.00 



4.88 
1.27 



..-.(i 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



109 



MACON — Continued. 



Churches 


Pastors 


CO 

a 

P. 
C3 

« 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


CO 

a 
o o 

S'S 


Foreign 
Missions 


o 
o 

o 

m 

. CO 

53 o 
1| 


SO 
03 

a 

03 

a 

M 

o 


a o 

o3-£ 

OH 


m 

9 

CD 
M 


o 




J. B. Stallcup 


7 
9 
19 
12 


55 
114 
189 
93 
66 
45 


20 
77 
102 
52 
91 
40 


$ 

3.25 
1.00 
4.47 


$ .. 

2.04 
2.56 
1.00 


$ .65 

5.10 

3.50 

1.00 

.67 


% 


* i .ns 


$ 


s 


$ 1.73 


Tellico--- 




! 5.95 

1 2.35 

1.00 
2.31 


13.09 




W. L. Bradley 






11.66 


White Oak Flats 


E. G. Ledford.. 






4.00 


Flats of Middle Cr.__. 








7.45 




J. H. Grant 




























Totals 


199 


3180 


2194 


113.73 81.45 


73 .32 8 .69 60 .fifi 




.50 


338 .25 



















MECKLENBURG-CABARRUS. 







41 

5 

16 
9 

142 
30 
52 
7 
45 
26 
46 
20 


231 


1fifi 


$ 3.90 

10.00 

30.00 

19.37 

621 .70 

176.82 

68.54 

7.00 

15.51 

51.20 

36.50 

15.00 

6.00 


$ 2.00$ 

4 .OOi 4 .00 

10.00 10.00 

4.75 7.12 

1,194.05 849.00 

100 .oo! 200 .00 

25 .53! 24 .00 

41 .69} 64 .75 

5 .58 6 .63 
48 .021 72 .80 
25.50! 30.00 

7 .001 7 .00 
2 .50 2 .50 


s 

4.22 

7.46 

100 .00 


$ 1.42 
10.00 
25.42 
35.00 

5,832.91 
116.95 
56.50 
44.20 
14.80 
37.00 
15.30 
36.70 
5.00 


1 

2.00 

2.00 

600 .00 

25.00 

53.50 

5.00 


8 2.00 
2.00 
3.00 

~I6~66 




$ 9.32 


Clear Creek 

Cornelius 

Chadwick 


D. F. Helms 

W. A. Hough... 

J. H. Spaulding 

W. M. Vines . . 


1371 73 

134 154 
152 192 
1306 1220 
382; 300 
605 446 


30.00 

84.64 

75.70 

9,197 66 




W. A. Smith... 


628 77 




L. R. Pruett.. 


228 07 


Allen Street 


R. D. Carroll.. 

E. S. Ivery 


284 
192 
225 
351 
271 
31 
47 
89 
40 
94 
464 
119 
28 
36 
70 
107 
64 
109 
125 
37 
175 


294 
211 
209 
349 
241 
16 


163 .64 
42.52 


Concord, First 

McGill Street ... 


Geo. V. Tilley 

J. W. Whitley 

J. W. Snyder 


14.90 


6.40 


230 .32 
107 .30 


West 




3.46 


69.16 
16.00 




W. A. Hough _ 














1 

6 
8 
39 
5 
3 
8 
7 
8 
8 
24 
24 


90 

"103 
553 
82 
38 
45 
57 
67 
113 
93 
90 
20 
72 


10.00 
5.00 
15.00 
85.00 
25.00 
10.00 


4.00 

8.00 
50.00 
19.75 

3.00 


10.00 
2.50 
10.00 
30.25 
24.00 
2.00 


5.00 


15.00 
15.00 
14.55 
12 .00 
10.00 
3.00 
6.25 
11.00 
8.75 
5.00 
5.00 
6.95 
3.00 
7.00 




2.00 


41 00 




W. A. Hough 

D. A. Tedder 


22.50 


Independence Hill ... 


9.18 


1.43 
2.00 


48.98 
193 .43 




R. D. Cross 


78.75 










18.00 




C. M. White 






6.25 




F. A. Liles 


14.64 
9.00 
4.32 

30.00 
7.00 
2.00 

10.00 


11.10 
9.00 
2.18 

22.00 
3.36 
2.00 
5.00 


15.00 
9.00 
3.25 

24.00 

2.00 
11.99 


4.54 
16.00 
2.31 


1.00 


1.00 


53 74 




R. D. Cross 


35 .75 




W. A. Hough.. 

F. A. Liles 






19.25 






3.00 


100 00 


Thrift 


S. F. Conrad 


19.62 








9.00 




R. D. Cross... 


31 






33.95 












Totals 


611 


5953 


5294 


1,287.95 


1,610.95 


1,734.74 


123 .53 


6,218.50 


712.58 


34.25 


11722.50 













MONTGOMERY. 



Bethel. 

Biscoe 

Blackwoods Chapel. 

Beulah Hill 

Center 

Deep Creek 

Dover 

Eldorado.. 

Forks Little River.. 

Hamer Creek 

Hollv Mount 

Laurel Hill 

Liberty Hill 

Maple Springs 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Pleasant Grove 

Star 

Stony Fork 

Troy.... 

Wadeville. 

White Crest 



Totals. 



D. E. Deaton 

J. M. Page 

T. E. Staley- 

Henry Sheets 

T. E. Staley 

C. B. Reid 

J. A. Summey 

Jeff Lanning 

J. M. Page 

E. J. Hutchinson. _ 

J. G. Williams. 

T. E. Staley 

J. G. Williams 

J. H. Vipperman... 

T. E. Staley 

O. P. Campbell 

J. G. Williams. 

O. P. Campbell 

J. G. Williams 

J. M. Page.. 

O. P. Campbell 

T. W. Fogleman ... 



32 


37 


71 




77 


118 


133 


56 


60 


34 


13 




221 


45 


25 


58 


76 


30 


103 


65 


101 


52 


94 


60 


119 


73 


64 


86 


84 


71 


178 


151 


88 


112 


81 


64 


60 


59 


146 


1S2 


77 


56 


22 


34 


1925 


1443 



2.92$ 
26.57 
11.21 

5.25 

7.14 

1.50 
13 .03! 

3.25 
19.85 

6.00 
11.85 
10.00 
10.14 

1.72.. 

7.60 
81 .00, 

7.45 
18 .68 

9.50 
57 .45 

4.00 



2.50$ 
25.75 

3.50 

5.00 

4.14 

1.50.. 

8.05 

2.00 

8.50 

5.00 

3.60 
10.00 

4.54 



2.63 
30.75 
5.65 
5.00 
6.14 



4.10 
59.74 
4.00 
9.05 
4.60 
27.25 
10.36 
2.00 



160 1925 1443 316.11 205.18 416.07 38 



15.10 

5.00 

10.50 

6.00 

10.15 

10.25 

10.00 

1.86 

6.00 

190.10 

5.00 

23.69 

10.00 

50.25 

10.00 

2.00 



$ 1.15 
2.25 
2.15 
2.50 
1.14 



1.00 
3.00 
1.15 



1.60 
1.75 
1.04 



2.10 
6.67 
3.00 
2.14 



5.25 
1.00 



3.26 
40.25 

6.36 
10.00 

4.14 

2.00 
16.15 

2.75 
16.00 

5.50 

8.17 
17.05 
12.58 



12.60 
74.02 

7.35 
36.29 
14.45 
70.25 
13.00 

2.25 



2.25 
2.50 
1.50 
1. 



3.02 

1.00 

5.25 

1.00 

1 

2.50 

2.00 



2.10 
11.00 
2.03 
5.51 
2.00 
11.25 
2.17 



8 1.00$ 
2.25 
2.65 
3.50 

2.1 



5.00 
2.25 
4.25 
3.00 
3.85 
3.75 
6.04 



10.10 
8.20 
5.00 
7.74 
7.50 

13.25 
3.50 



374.62 60.32 95.47 1,506.66 



13 .46 

130.57 
34.12 
32.75 
26 .98 
5.00 
61.35 
19.25 
65.50 
26.50 
40.82 
55 .30 
46.34 
3.58 
44.60 

430.73 
33.83 

103.10 
48.05 

234 .95 

44.03 

6.25 



110 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



MOUNT ZIOX. 



Churches 



Antioch 

Bells 

Berea.. 

Berry's Grove 

Bethel.. - 

Bethesda 

*Bowling Memorial.. 
Burlington", First. 

Hocutt Memorial ... 

Cane Creek 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Chapel Hill 

Cross Roads. 

Durham, East 

Edgemont 

First 

Lakewood 

North 

Second 

West 

Ebenezer 

Efland.... 

Ephesus 

Glencoe 

Graham... 

Haw River 

Hillsboro 

Lowe's Grove 

Lystra... 

Mars Hill.... 

Mebane 

Merry Oaks 

Moore's Chapel 

Mount Adar 

Mount CarmeL. 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Herman 

Mount Moriah.. 

Mount Pisgah 

Olive Branch 

Olive Chapel 

Pinev Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Red Mountain 

•Roberson drove 

Rose of Sharon 

Sandy Level 

Swepsonville 

Yates 



Pastors 



L. R. Dixon... 
J. A. Hackney 
W. O. Warren 
J. R. Green. . 
J. R. Green... 
G. T. Mills... 



Martin W. Buck 

Jas. W. Rose 

L. R. Dixon 

O. L. Riggs 

L. E. M. Freeman.. 
W. R. L. Smith 
J. F. McDuffie 
Q. C Davis.... 
Chas. C. Smith 
John Jeter Hurt 
H. F. Lindsey 
R. R. Lanier. 
J. T. Riddick 
B. V. Furgerson 
D. II. Wilcox 
J. F. McDuffie 
J. F. McDuffie 
Martin W. Buck 
Jas. W. Rose 
11. G. Dorsett 
J. R. Green... 



J. A. Hackney 

J. R. Green 

J. M. Arnette.. 
Paul Hart sell 
R. P. Ellington 



O. B. Mitchell. 
J. A. Hacknev. 
J. F. McDuffie. 
L. It. Dixon. 
('. H. Norris. 
R. K. Redwine. 

W. S. olive 

J. M. Arnette. 
J. A. Hackney. 
J. I. Martin. 



R. K. Redwine. 
L. R. Dixon. 
L. M. Hobbs. 




Totals 703 9553 8313 2,776.67 1,591.25 2,744.67 203.00 2,285.07 667.23 403.36 10671.25 



'1914. 



NEUSE-ATLANTIC. 



Atlantic 

Ayden 


J. E. Copeland 

Geo. J. Dowell 


3 

8 


33 
72 
149 

75 
33 
41 
90 
5 
31 


47 
115 

163 
40 

96 

127 

46 

W 


$ 12.00 
80.00 
85 .00 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
3.00 


% 3.08 
20.00 
25 .00 

4.00 
6.00 
1.50 
1.00 


? 3 .09 S 
30.00 

25.00 
4.00 
6.00 
1 .00 
3.00 


8.00 
10.00 


$ - 

50.00 
60.00 
8.00 
9.74 
2.00 
5.00 


40.00 
31.90 

1.50 
3.00 


$ 

5.00 
9.00 
2.00 
1.00 


I 18.17 
233.00 
245.91 




J. E. Copeland 

E. F. Mumford 

T. J. Hood . 


12 

7 
9 

1 


29.50 


Bayboro 




45.74 


1.00 
1.00 


15 .50 


T J Hood 






14.00 














T J Hood 




19.50 
2.00 
8.37 

53.40 


10.75 
1.00 
2.00 

14.70 


11.00 
1.00 
3.00 

10.23 










41.25 


Cove 

Davis Grove 


1 .1 Hood 

\V. D. Pridgen 

E, A. Paul 


2 
1 

3 
B 
10 


30 .it 
116 116 


1.00 
2.00 

1.00 


1 50 
5.00 
10.00 


3 .05 

13.03 


1.55 
3.00 


6.50 
24.97 

105.33 






18 

71! 








35 


6.00 
JO .00 
18.01 

111 Ol 


8.00 

10.00 

! 00 


1.60 
8.00 
10.00 

3 .001 


2.00 


12.00 
18.00 
10.00 


2.00 
8.50 
4.00 
4.00 


1.00 
4.22 
2.00 


9.60 


Eikiii Chapel 

Falling Creek 

Fremont 


.1 E. Copeland 


131 23 
178 140 


67.52 
64.20 


\V. D. Pridgen- 


33.00 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



111 



NEUSE-ATLANTIC— Continued. 



Churches 



Fort Barnwell 

Goldsboro, First 

Goldsboro, Second 

Bryan Street 

Grants Creek 

Hobucken 

Hopewell-. 

Jordan's Chapel 

KlNSTON 

LaGrange 

Leary Memorial 

Lindell 

Manly's Chapel 

Marshallburg 

Maysville 

MOREHEAD ClTV--- .. 

Mount Nelson 

New Bern, First... 

Tabernacle 

New Hope 

North East 

North Harlowe 

North River 

Olympia 

Oriental 

Pikeville 

Piney Grove (J) 

Piney Grove (O) 

Pollocksville 

Sandy Bottom 

Seven Springs 

Smyrna 

Snow Hill 

Spring Garden 

Spring Hill 

Swansboro 

Trenton 

Tyndall's Chapel 

Union 

Vanceboro. 

Vandemere 

West Kinston 

West Morehead 

Winterville 

Woodville 

Cabin 

Stallings Mission S.S. 
Mills S. H. Miss. S. S. 
Tuckers Mission S.S.- 
Hopewell Miss. S. S._. 
Antioch Mission S. S. 



Pastors 



Wm. M. Huggins-. 
Geo. T. Watkins.. 

A. I. Caudle 

T. J. Hood - 

W. B. Avery. 

E. F. Mumford 

L. B. Boney 

T. J. Hood 

C. W. Blanchard.. 

Geo. J. Dowell 

E. A. Paul 

W. D. Pridgen 

T. J. Hood 

E. A. Paul 

W. L. Bilbro 

H. W. Baucom 

W. D. Pridgen 

L. B. Padgett 

R. W. Thiot 

N. D. Blackman.. 

W. B. Avery 

T. J. Hood. 

A. L. Brown. 

W. B. Avery 

E. F. Mumford.... 

W. D. Pridgen 

W. L. Bilbro 

J. E. Copeland.... 

W. L. Bilbro 

N. D. Blackman.. 
N. D. Blackman.. 

E. A. Paul 

W. D. Pridgen 



W. B. Avery 

J. E. Copeland... 

W. L. Bilbro 

T. J. Hood _ 

N. D. Blackman. 
W. M. Huggins.. . 
E. F. Mumford. .- 
T. J. Hood 



Geo. J. Dowell. 

E. A. Paul 

Thad. Jones 



Totals I 6185242 54S6 1,961 .081, 



5 a 
S% 

109 
517 
126 

76 
71 
32 
58 
42 

129 
57 
47 
25 
33 
43 
67 

342 
33 

::5,>, 

340 
87 
69 
21 
21 
9 
34 
7 
87 

162 
76 
27 
27 
41 
43 
16 
29 

188 
10 
21 
29 
12 
39 
71 
26 

124 
in 



x 7 

p s 

-x 
dqS 

148 

342 

122 

118 

34 

75 

35 

85 

474 

58 

60 

34 

57 

74 

152 

405 

28 

224 

248 







d 




-a ° 






GO 




a 


™-g o 


o> o 






+a O 53 


i=i $ 




o.2 


OQ<S 


wa 


I 37.60 


S 6.00 



£S 



225 .00 
29.50 



112 
62 
39 

103 

42 
69. 
60] 
36 
37. 
46l 
137! 



15.00 
5.00 
3.40 
2.00 
201 .59 

40.50 
8.20 



12 .00 
160 .00, 275 .00 
15 .00 15 .00 



1.351 



1.00 

201 .30 

15.00 

6.56' 



1.75 

2.00 

1.50 

160.40 

20.00 

6.56 



2.00, 
25.00 
30 .00. 
173 .00 
3.00 
376.69 
81.06. 



l.OOj 
10 .00' 
15 .00, 
98 .10 

2.00! 



1.50 

10.00 

15.00 

100 .00 

3.00 



cj o 
TS'ffl 



ceS 



OH 



S 20 .00 $ 2 .00 $ 3 .00 
22.00 190.00 90.00 21.00 
.30 17.00 2.00 2.00 



1.00 

25.72 

5.00 

.83 



1.00 



210.98 

25.00 
5.50 



162.12 1,013.72 
74 .17 229 .36 



10.00 
2.00 
4.00, 
5.00 

35 .70! 
1.78!. 
7.00! 

25.00 

56.39 
8.00 ( 

~2o"66 

7.15 



1.00 
1.00 

2.50 

1.00 

12 .00 



1.00 
2.00 
2.50 
1.00 
15.00 



5.00 
6.25 

10.00 
6.00 

10.00 
7.50 
5.00 



10.00 
30.00 

2.00! 

1.00 
20 .00, 



3.00 
7.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.50 



20 .00, 
2.00i 
2.00J 

64. 25' 
2.00 1 . 



6.00 

1.00 

1.00 

40.00 



5.00 

6.25 

47.50 

6.00 



7.50 
5.00 



3.00 
7.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 



1.00 
1.50 
5.00 
15.00 



30.00 
70 .55 



2.00 

10.00 

25.00 

173.06 

5.00 

406.55 

95.44 



1.00 



193 .68 
15.00 



4.00 

16.00 

322 .60 

1.00 

580 .45 

55.82 



80.60 
983 .00 
88.80 



15.00 

10.10 

5.40 

5.50 

15.721,009.39 

5 .00 1 125 .50 

.83; 38 .32 



2.00 
3.00 
15.00 
1.00 



7 50 

62.50 

109 .00 

896.76 

15.00 



13.35 2,582.88 
5.00 611.40 



.50 
.50 

1.00 
.25 

5.00 



5.00 



2.75 
1.50 



6.00 

2.00 

1.00 

50.10 



! .38 2, 161 .56 



.50 
1.00 



10.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

20.00 



1.00 



2.04 

5.00 

36.26 

15.00 



20.00 
31.00 



6.00 
25.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 



2.00 

1.00 

.50 

10.00 



11.00 
2.00 
1.00 

75.00 
1.00 



15.94 



1.50 
18.00 



4.00 
5.35 



2.00 
6.25 



4.00 



244 .40 1645 .57 



.50 

60.00 



1.00 
1.00 
4.00 



2.00 
1.50 
10.35 
3.00 



2.00 
2.54 



23.50 

6.50 

13.00 

9.25 

107 .64 

1.78 

21.04 

45.50 

183 .50 

38.00 

10.00 

63.75 

57.54 



2.00 
2.00 



2.00 



.50 

5.00 

.50 



27.00 
77.25 
6.00 
4.50 
30.50 



51.00 

8.00 

6.50 

304 .35 

3.50 



1522.88156.06 8,699.93 









NEW FOUND. 




















48 
48 


*58 
*39 
66 
51 
90 
*75 
40 
80 
40 
30 


S 


$ 


8 


$ 


$ 2.40 


8 


8 


8 2.40 




T. J. Graham 






Ball Citv 






















*Big Pine.. 






175 
99 
56 

*94 
92 
84 
31 
40 




















T. J. Graham 

W. M. Hall.... 


13 




2.44 
.50 


4.76 




2.00 
2.50 






9.20 








3.00 


















Flats of Spring Creek 


P. T. McAfee 


7 


5.00 
1.00 




5.00 
1.00 


5.00 
1.00 




5.00 
1.60 







20.00 
4.60 




I. H. Gorenflo.. 










Hot Springs 


S. M. Sexton 




43 


5.00 














5 .00 



112 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS 



NEW FOUND— Continued. 



Churches 



Pastors 



T. J. Graham- 



La 
- — 



P. T. McAfee 

B. B. Plemmons . 



Jones Valley 

*Laurel Fork 

Liberty 

Lusk Chapel 

Meadow Fork | P. T. McAfee- 
Mount Pleasant ! Stokes Bradburn 

N. Fork Big Pine.... ; T. J. Graham.... 

Piney Grove ! W. N. Martin 

Paynes Chapel R. H. Hipps 

Tweed's Chapel i I. H. Gorenflo— 

Turkey Creek I J. W. Corn 

Union j R. II. Hipps 

Worley ' 

Zion P. T. McAfee... 






•c.2 

3 ci | 

al-S 



IDS 

45 
75 

144 
70 
(17 

100 
60 
74 



KS 



£S 



71 s 



2 .00, 2 .00 













<D 










flH 


■a 


'-3 c3 


s 


-gg 


7, 


.fi-3 


M 


OH 


< 



3.21 



9.21 



3.15 



2.52 



16.81 . 
1.60. 



23.30 
1.60 



6.00 



Totals ' ---- 611867 1569 17.06 14.85 15.28 



40.27 



K7.46 



PEE DEE. 



Ansonville 

Cartledges Creek 

Cobb Memorial 

Cognac 

East Laurinburg 

Ellerbe 

Gibson 

Hamlet 

Hoffman 

Laurinburg... 

Lilesville 

Midway 

Morven 

Pleasant Grove (R).. 
Pleasant Grove (A).. 

Rockingham 

Roberdel 

Saron 

Steeles Mill 

Spring Hill... _ 

Wadesboro 



W. H. Reddish 

D. P. Bridges 

C. E. Edwards 

H. B. Humphrey — 
James Long 

D. P. Bridges 

O. W. McManus 

A. T. Howell 

J. O. Fulbright 

James Long _. 

C. H. Martin 

C.E.Edwards 

T. B. Justice 

C. E. Edwards 

G. O. Wilhoit 

Bruce Benton 

D. P. Bridges 

D. P. Bridge- 

C. E. Edwards 

W. E. Goode 

W. H. Reddish 



110 113 

101 125 

10.... 

158 215! 

72 67 

60 31 

292 212 

. SO 75 

8 ISO 194 

. 139 119 



Sl$ 15.00S10.00S 15.00$ S 



15.371 22 - 28 

8 .00 

1.00 _ 

25.00 10.00 

37.17 15.77 

43.04 25.00 

153.35 69.00 

5.00 6.49 

220.94 100.00! 

14.40 11.05 



9 .70 3 .00 



23 .40 8 2.00 S 2 .00 S 
38.62: 4.00 4.00 
13.49... 



25 .00 
17.34 
35.00 
94.50 

20.32 



2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
15.00 
8.66 



2.00 
4.751 



13 129 107 

2 93 75 

56 29 

8 285 177 



B0 

85 
47 
123 

241 473 



84 

iis 

77 
275 



36.35 

33.97 

1.50 

125.00 90 

25 .00 8 

15 .00 7 

14.29 10 

215.00 80 

130.51149 



250.00 10.00 
10.91 



45.00 

17.76 

2.00 

174.53 

12.50 

8.00, 

2.40! 

230 .00 

444 .02 



5 .00 5 .00 

29.86! 5.37 

32.09 10.00! 10.00J 

91.71 16.00 10.00 

23.90 1.40: 

75.00 25.00! 15 - 00 i 

44.95 



5.00 
2.65 
1.00 
2.04 
6.00 
.50 
2.29 
10.00 
8.55 



27 .28 
14.96 

5.40 
67.46 
14.40 

4.00 



6 .00 6 .00 

3.75 

2.00 
19.92: 
3.00 
3.00 



1.00 



2.00 



Totals - 201 2664 2174 1,134 .89 663 .81 '1,413 .98 79.69 




25.00 15.00 
19.40 12.50, 



170.63 
94 .36 
14.90 

479.32 
69.85 
39.50 
28 .98 

730.11 

994 .45 



122.17 112.92 4,423.93 



PIEDMONT. 



Asheboro. 

Buchanan 

Calvary 

Cedar Falls _ 

Central Falls 

Fairview 

Gibsonville 

Guilford— 

Greensboro: 
Asheboro Street- 
First 

Forest Avenue... 

Mnnnolia 

Pomona 

Revolution 

Walnut Street 

While Oak 

Florida Avenue 

High Point: 

First _. 

Greene Street... 

Mechanicsville 

West End 



R. E. Powell- 
J. C. Delancy. 
D. W. Overby. 



\V. IT. Wilson—. 
S. F. Morton.... 
R. G. Kendrick. 



R. P. Walker 

J. Clyde Turner. 
R. G. Kendrick.. 
R. R. Gordon—. 

\\. ('. Smith 

W. L. Bana 

R. R. Gordon 

W. L. Barrs 



84 
42 
125 
15 

25 

61 

111 

14 

231 
638 
339 

77 

17 
82 



109$ 

67! 
47 



34 .10 
11 .23 
5.00 
1.40 



$25,00 8 33.00$.. 
4.00 6.001... 
5.00 6.00 1.00 



80 

241 . 
55 

286 

475 
392 
150 
168 
211; 



15 .00 



10.00 



A. W. Claxon — . 
J. M. Hilliard— . 

Thomas Carrick. 
F. L. Fiddler 



165 


397 


250 


460 




82 
416 


104 


137 


664 


38 


50 


160 


190 



2.20 

131 .30 
703.82 

225 .00 
15.50 
12.50 
6.00 
55 .00 
27 .65 



1.80 
81.15 

159.26 

14.50 
4.00 



25.00. 

30.00. 

6.04. 

83 .25 
955.68'. 
179.87 

13.00 
2 .75 



S 10.00$33.80 ! S 2.00$ 137.90 
21 .23 
5.00 1.00 f.66 24.00 
1.40 



16.00 



26.08 
12.40 



228 .50 284 .27 

52.88 16.00 

2 .00 1 .00 

31.53 



23.83 
18.90 



5.00 



5.00 
1.00! 



1.00 

1.00 



5.00 



93.62 42.33 9.61 

403.69 370.00 48.54 3 

135.07 100.64 27.50 

5 .00 2 .00 1 .00 

1.50.... --- 

8.10 --I 

15.00 22.50 1.00 1 
28.45 2.00 1.55J 



73.00 
30.00 
10.04 

446.26 
134 .41 
823 .34 
52.00 
20.75 
15.10 
1U.41 
90.95 



428.05' 
38.94 
3.00. 



5 .00 
5.00! 



196.01 40.00 10.00 1,191.83 ' 
150.00 10.10 10.10 283.02 

2.50. 8.50 

27.55 59 .OS I 






ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 
PIEDMONT— Continued. 



113 



Churches 


Pastors 


a 

a 

ffl 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


s 

a) o 


m S 


o 
o 
-d 
o 
CO 

c3 o 
a co 


o 
M 

a 

03 
A 
g, 

o 


|.g 

"-3 e8 

CO o 

H 3 

OH 


m 
(-. 
a> 

■i 
9 

-a 

<D 

M 


o 


Lebanon... 


R. T. Denney.. 




16 
41 
28 
123 
125 


114 
86 
45 

167 
73 
60 


3.00 
10.00 


3.00 
6.00 












6 00 


Liberty 


Geo. E. Spruill 

J. C. Delancy 


2 


30.52 


1.00 


15.00 


27.00 


2.00 


91.52 


Moore's Chapel 

Mount Zion. 


W. O. Johnson 

W. H. Eller... 

R. E. Powell 

W. 0. Johnson 

Elbert N. Johnson.. 
C. M. Murchison 


17 


24.65 
10.73 

7.50 
66.60 
90.53 
15.00 

2.00 
15 .00 

2.00 


24 .55 
3.50 
5.00 
40.00 
74.50 
5.50 
1.00 


30.66 

11.00 

10.00 

50 .00 

174 .06 

7.50 

1.00 


1.00 


26.85 


2.00 
1.0J 


2.06 
2.00 


111.11 

28 23 


Pleasant Grove 


3 45 


2.00 
1.00 


5.00 

178 .55 

65.98 

5.60 

1.00 


27.50 


Ramseur 

Reidsville.. 


9 

8 


194 226 

291 246 
63! 90 
10, 19 

130 76 
53 93 


39.75 


3.45 


380 .35 
405 .07 


Ruffin 

Sandy Creek 

Summerfield . 


1.50 
1.00 


1.50 


37.60 
6.00 
15 00 


A. L. McLendon 

W. C. Dowd 


21 


White's Memorial.. 


3.65 


.50 


1.00 


2.00 






9 15 


Worthville 
























i 


Totals 


3164464 5835 


1,807.62 


1,463 .842,168.09 

l 


30.00 1,397.47 

1 


701.62 125.317,693.95 

i 









PILOT MOUNTAIN. 


















1 
26 
2 

5 


86 
138 
112 

84 


64 
121 
47 
70 


i 

5.00 
8.80 
14.12 


$ 2.28 


i 


$ 5.00 
15.33 
3.81 
2.60 


1 

4.00 


$ 


$ 7.28 
27 71 


Bannertown 


S. F. Morton 

J. A. Joyce . 




3.38 


Beaver Island 






12 61 




J. T. Kirk 


8.50 


13 .00 3 .75 


6.50 




48.47 


Bethel ._ 








8 
3 

11 
5 
6 

10 

14 
3 

11 


102 
26 

155 
91 
48 

157 
67 

215 

248 


125 

""66 
78 
55 

1S1 

71 

342 

108 

40 

29 

150 

161 

131 

212 

52 

64 

112 

97 

325 

297 

52 

206 

112 

132 

51 

64 

66 

82 

75 

99 

46 

96 

41 

344 

116 

62 

57 

92 

304 

77 

85 

80 

134 

81 

117 

47 


7.70 
1.00 
18.45 
10.60 
10.00 
16.60 
3.40 

38.15 


1 .00 
1.65 

5.00 
11.31 



10.00 


1.00 

2.15 

13.21 
13.10 

5 52 


4.50 

2.00 

23 .00 

24 .50 
5.00 

50.10 








Comer's Chapel 


J. B. Johnson 

O. A. Keller 


6.65 

4.56 
2.00 


1.00 

"i"50 

3.15 


7.80 
59.66 
67.01 
25.08 
101.21 

3.40 


Dan Valley 


J. B. Currin 

J. B. Currin 


Draper 

Ellisboro ... 


C. M. Roberson 

A. L. McLendon 

T. Sloan Guy 

W. T. Baucom 


12.50 


6.86 


Flat Rock... 


10.00 
15 .00 


10.00 
20.00 






1.94 
8.51 


1.17 
4.00 


23.11 


Friendship 




139 .90 


225 .56 


♦Goodwill 






55 

87 

151 

97 

155 

67 

67 

87 

10S 

438 

287 

77 

206 

87 

59 

80 

63 

100 

45 

33 

lill 

55 

148 

113 

295 

185 

113 

16 

35 

248 

124 

42 

121 

59 

50 

125 

40 


















Haynes' Grove 


T. Sloan Guy 

T. Sloan Guy 

W. T. Baucom . 


34 
21 


1.50 
94.47 
25 .30 
159 .95 
21.85 

3.50 

6.70 
35.50 
158 .50 
26.50 

7.60 
25.00 

13.85 
1.00 


1.55 
30.48 
23 .35 
115.16 
8.65 
2.00 
5.42 


51.07 
26.00 
164 .86 
13.30 


1.60 
8.21 


6.50 
53.22 
27.00 
189 .00 
25.00 

2.45 
25.05 
10.30 

2.38 






6.15 


Kernersville 


16.61 

8.50 

1,869.01 


10.00 


264 .06 
110.15 

2,497.98 
68 80 




R. E. White 


6 
2 
5 

23 
2 
58 
75 
1 
5 
2 

"~3 

3 


Lewisville 


J. T. Kirk. 




L. W. Burrus 

A. L. McLendon 

S. F. Morton _ 

T. H. King 

C. C. Haymore 

R. E. White 

W. T. Baucom 

R. W. Crews 

W. H. Wilson _. 

T. C. Myers 

M. H. Matthews 

J. A. Joyce 


"""l9"68 


""§"76 


7 95 


Madison 

Mayodan 


6.89 





66.50 
45 80 


Mount Airy, First 
Mount Airt, 2d. 


81.40 
6.00 
4.45 
25.00 
12.50 
15.15 
1.00 


66.20 
6.50 
6.80 

25.00 


5.00 


17.70 


5.00 


177.68 
39.00 


Mount Hermon 


3.06 


5.25 
26.50 

8.00 
12.00 

5.00 






27.16 


Mount Olive 

Mount Tabor 


3.50 


5.00 


120 .00 
20.50 


Mountain View 

New Bethel ... 

Oak Level 


31.60 
1.00 




2.34 


5.00 
1.00 


79.94 
9.00 


Oak Ridge 


10.00 

8.00 

1.00 

8.21 

1.50 

11.00 

10.00 

85.35 

15.00 

27.66 




.50 

• 




5 .00 

1.30 

.50 

6.31 






15 50 


Olive Grove. .. . 


J. E. Simmons 








9 30 








.50 
8.18 
1.50 
5.00 


.50 
9.00 


.25 


.50 


.25 
2.15 
1.00 


3.50 
33 85 


Pilot Mountain.. _ 


J. W. Burchett 

T. M. Green 

W. H. Wilson 

L. W. Bunns... ... 

S L Naff 


3 

5 
8 
3 
8 
14 
8 

30 

40 

4 

18 

20 
7 
12 
17 


Providence 

Quaker Gap 

Red Bank . 


.50, 1 .00 
6.66 


3.00 

32 .50 

2.60 

38.99 

13.20 

26.81 

2.50 

.50 

103 .95 

37.00 

6.25 

5.00 

4.38 

2.00 

9.00 

6.00 


1.06 
1.51 


9.56 

56.67 
12.60 




6.00 
10.00 




175.77 
5.35 
10.00 


11.30 
3.00 
2.20 


327 .90 
62 .55 

101 .69 
2.50 


Sharon . . 

Shiloh 

Simmons' Grove... 


W. H. Wilson 

C. C. Arrington 

J. W. Simmons 

T. M. Green 

W. H. Wilson 

J. E. Simmons 

J. W. Simmons...... 

T.S.Guy 

M. H. Privett 


20 .00 
25.02 





Slate Mountain 

Spray 

Stoneville.. . 


1.66 
60.00 
30.00 
10.00 
5.00 
6.70 
1.00 


.25 
55 .00 


.25 
76.12 
17.57 


"5"66 


10.00 


.15 
10.00 


2.15 

325 .07 
84 57 


Stony Ridge 






16 25 


Sulphur Springs... 


2.66' 
3.43 

5 .18 


5.00 

2.48 
1.00 


...... 


1 




17.00 


Union Grove- 
Union Hill. 


2.25 


1.72 
1.00 


20.96 
10.18 
9 00 


Walnut Cove... 


Walkertown.. 


A. L. McLendon 


:::::::: 


2.00 


2.00 


.77 






10.77 



114 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS 



PILOT MOUNTAIN— Continued. 



Churches 



Pastors 



- 



3 = 
-J; 



.d a 

>i ^ 

ij 



M -3.2 

S B "O 
03 « g 

g<<3 



Waughtown W.H.Wilson 6 232 2381 

Westfield ; L. W. Burrus 6 170 59 

Winston, First ' H. A. Brown. 17 481 306 

Brown Mem C.H.Durham 28 415 384 

Chatham L.B.Murray 5 41 96. 

Greenwood Ave J. T. Byrum ._ 124 386 642 

North ! W. F. Staley 35 288 250 

Southside ! V. M. Swaim 3 320 260 

Woodville J.T.Smith 17 64 80 



ss 



£s £9 



■a a 
js-s 
OH 



40.00$ 10.62S 58.40$ $ 7.36$ 9.03 

40.53 6.66 25.00. 

250.00 643.00 889.86 338.45 93.90 25.00 

286.30 328.84 200.00 83.45 429.45 52.17 29.35 

1.35 

17.70 17.65 57.21 47.94 19.55 2.10 

72.00 24.20 29.25 5.00 88.76 30.05 

36.79 16.53 19.75 150.00 7.11 

3.60 11.55 



$ 125.41 

72.13 

2,240.21 

1,409.56 

1.35 

162.15 

249 .26 

230.18 

15.15 



Totals 780 8148 8034 1,730.42 1.4S0. 36 1,931 .76 127 .33 2,320.32 2,381 .99 138.77 



10110.95 



RALEIGH. 



Apex . 

Bethlehem ... 

Cannon Grove 

Caraleigh 

Gary 

Collins Grove 

Ephesus.. 

Fuquay Springs 

Carner .. 

Good Hope. 

Green Level 

Hepzibah 

Holly Springs 

Inwood 

Knight's Chapel 

Leesville 

Meddlers 

Morrisville 

Mount Hermon 

Mount Olivet 

Mount Zion 

New Hill 

Pilot... 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Plain 

Pui.len Memorial. 

Reedy Creek 

Salem 

Shady Grove 

Sorrells Grove - 

Swift Creek 

T A BERNACLE 

Zebulon 



G. N. Cowan 

H. G. Bryant 

P. A. Hicks 

H. G. Bryant 

\V. L. I '.rit:es 

C. H. Norris 

R. E. Atkins 

J. M. Arnette 

C. E. Jenkins 

C. H. Norris 

L. E. M. Freeman. 

A. A. Pippin 

C. H. Norris 

J. 8. Farmer 

J. F. Mitchiner 

R. B. Duekett 

H. G. Brvant 

J. M. Arnette 

R. B. Duekett 

R. B. Duekett 

R. B. Duekett 

W. T. Tate 

R. B. Duekett 

E. V. Hudson 

W. T. Tate 

W. II. Dodd 

R. E. Atkins 

R. 8. Stephenson. 

.1. M. Arnette 

R. E. Atkins 

R. E. Atkins 

C. E. Maddrv 

Theo. B. Davis... 



20 



283 534$ 

130 133 

3.5 66 

142 161 

190 188 

112 90 

156 144 

176 176 
66 83 

177 128 
268 328 
264 307 
214 133 
141 84 
103 190 

113 111 
42 40 

157 164 
148 126 t 

47 58 



38 



93 15S 
86, 80 
81 136 

335 210 
88 66 

227 151 

100 130 
44— J 

197 94 1 
1085 1279 

355 426 



79:1145. 

50 10 
00 2 
35 8 
77 46 
96 24 



.00 17 

.00 15 

.00 8 

.85 25 

.00 67 

.00 13 

.25 56 

.95 31 



78 3 

00 7 

92 26 

00 21 



83 $21 3 

00 7 

,00 1 

.05 9 

.42 118 

.60 36 

.00 17 

.00 16 

.00 8 

.59 22 

.04 150 

.00 25 

.69 86 

.78 40 

.00 55 

.35 15 

.50 100 

.06 25 

.00 21 

.27 3 



.83 43 

.15 4 

.04 13 

.95 56 

.00 2 

.15 10 

.00 225 

.13 34 



30 J15.00J 

.00 4 .00 

.00 

.15 

.45 15.00, 
.00 2 .00 

.07 I 

.25 35.66 
.251 1 .00 
.15 40.02 
.00 8.38 
5.00 
5.00 



3.50 
4.00 
3.40 
2.50 
5.00 



3.00 



.90 39 

.15 4 

.50 S 

.26 75 



.00 1800 
.53 58 



.15 

.45 3.20 
.35 10.00 

.00 

.82 2.50 
.00 25.00 
.65 5.25 



208. SI) 8 

16.931. 

6.50' 

16.74 

120.37 

27.67 

57.651 

122 .37 . 

48.00 

51.21 

120 .00 

56.66 

113.24 

33.15 

12.00 

11.71 

16.50, 

34 .00 

21.00 

2.00, 

4.00 

38 .00 

19.50 

9.00 

3.00 

47 .69! 

4 .15 

14 .48 

149 .61j 

2.00' 

38.26! 

675 .08 

73 .65 



40 .00 $15 .00$ 
4.00 



92.00, 17 
4 .03 ? 
10.00... 



2.25 

6.56! 

87 .03! 

10.00 

47.35 

40.00 

4.00 

4.20 

2.00 

5.00 



1.25! 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2 .82 
5 .50! 
4.00 
1.00 
1.60 



2 .00 2 .00 
4 .70 2 .00 

3.00 

2.6ll 



4.50 



5.00 
4.15 
7. mi 
10.00 

.1 1.00 

5.00 3.51' 
26.50 25.00 3 
10 .00 3 .75 



16.16 
37.29 



848.72 
50.43 
11.50 
45 .29 
469 .54 
13S.02 
118.72 
209 .18 
72.75 
175 .38 

537 .45 
164.72 
393 .27 
202 .88 

95.00 

51.44 

139.10 

122.21 

84.00 

17.27 

28.00 

57.79 

32.15 

17.80 

9.60 

263 .52 

20 .75 

84.63 

444 .46 
10.00 
79.07 

,076.58 
259 .96 



Totals 333 5785 6094 1,420.68 918.90 2987.77:198.41 2,174.82 



463.18 142.57 8,306.33 



ROAN MOINTAIN. 



Bakersville M.L.Buchanan 5 114 162$ 

Bear Creek A. F. Sparks. _ 27 326 146 

Black Mountain J. C. Thomas 2 54 *50 

Big Rock Creek L.H.Green 76 60.. 

Cane Creek A. F. Sparks. 15 245 141 

Cub Creek C.P.Holland 7" 234 

Fork Mountain C. H. McKinney.... 10 157 81 

. C. P. Holland. 10 39 67 

Gouges Chapel I C Cook 52 *36 



50 .00 $ 87 .50 $ 
10.00 20.09 
2.90.. 



20 00$. 
25.34 .. 



27. 95 $134.56 

15.01 

5.00 2.00 



5.00 



2.00 



5 .00 5 .00 



2.00 



2.00. 



6.00 
5.00. 

3.00 



( brassy Creek. 

Hughes Chapel 

Lily Branch 

Little Rock Creek 

Liberty Hill- 

McKinney I 



Mine Creek W. B. Mull 



S. M. C.rcen 156 '68 

J. C. Thomas - 22 203 

J. A. Gouge. 127 85 

. H. MoKinney.. 21 120 

J. A. Gouge—. ... 91 

C. H. McKinney... . 13 90 



6.00 



15 .00 



2.50 
2.00. 
10 .50 



2.00. 



11.00 



10 .00 



5.00 



6 155 



97 
•72 

77 
109 



5.00 

2.00 



5 .on 
1.00 



2.50 
3.00 



11.34 
5.00 



5.00 
11.00 
7.00 



$ 1$ 320.01 

10.00 80.4? 



21.00 
5.00 
9.00 



21 .50 
2.00 
40.50 



N .S4 
22 .0 
7.0 



A 8 S CIA TIONA L S TA TIS TIC £ 



115 



ROAN MOUNTAIN— Continued. 



Churches 


Pastors 


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Rebbles Creek 


W. B. Mull 


19 
18 


44 

917 


73 
*175 
80 
84 
*45 
211 
75 

2428 


$ 2.12 
10.00 


in nn 


8 

5.00 


$. 


1 
S 10.89$ ;S 


$ 13.01 
46.86 
13.86 






Silver Chapel 


W. B. Mull 


2 99 




13.86 






J. A. Gouge „ 




30 
60 
170 
94 

2617 









Spring Creek 


C. H. McKinney 

L. H. Green 


13 

14 


1.00 
20.00 
2.00 


10.00 
2.00 


1.00 
5.00 
2.00 




1.00 
10.00 
2. CO 




3.00 


Spruce Pine .. 




45.00 
8.00 


White Oak 


J. A. Gouge 








175 






Totals 


130.12 


160.49 


89. Rd 




142 .94 170 .56 


10.00 


696 .95 









ROANOKE. 



Aenon 

Antioch 

Arlington St _. 

Aurora 

Battleboro 

Bethel 

Calvary 

Cedar Branch 

Conoho 

Crocker's Chapel 

Ch ocowinity 

Conoconary 

Dawsons 

Eagles 

Ebenezer 

Elm City 

Elm Grove 

Enfield 

Everetts 

Fountain... 

Farmville 

Gethsemane... 

Greenville, Imman 
Greenville, Mem... 

Halifax 

Hamilton 

Hickory 

Hobgood 

Macedonia 

Mildred.. 

Mount Hermon 

Nashville 

New Hope 

North Rocky Mount.. 

Oak Level 

Oregon 

Pactolus 

Pinetown 

Piney Grove... _. 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hope 

Plymouth __ 

Riddick's Grove 

Red Oak 

Roanoke Rapids 

Robersonville.. 

Rocky Mount, 1st.. 

"Rosemary 

Scotland Neck 

Sharpsburg 

Speed 

Spring Hope 

Stanhope 

Stantonsburg 

Stony Creek 



W. O. Biggs 

A. P. Mustian.. 

L. Sasser 

J. M. McKenzie. 

I W. O. Rosser.... 
J. L. Rogers 

I J. W. Nobles.... 

I S. F. Bristow.... 

| T. J. Crisp 

; O. Creech 

| J. M. McKenzie. 

J A. G. Wilcox.... 

J G. H. Johnson.. 
T. L. Vernon.... 

W. O. Rosser 

W. O. Biggs 

J. E. Hocutt 

G. H. Johnson. . 

S. F. Bristow 

J. E. Kirk 

J. E. Kirk 

W. O. Rosser 



H. N. Blanchard 

A. G. Wilcox 

J. L. Rogers 

G. W. May 

T. L. Vernon 

O. W. Sawver 

T. J. Crisp 

C. H. Myers 

O. Creech... 

W. O. Biggs 

J. W. Nobles 

O. Creech 

J. M. McKenzie... 
J. M. McKenzie... 
J. M. McKenzie... 

S. F. Bristow 

G. W. May 

W. O. Biggs 

C. G. Wells 

W. R. Burrell 

G. W. May 

C. H. Trueblood.. 

J. L. Rogers 

W. P. Campbell... 



R. A. McFarland 

W. O. Biggs 

T. L. Vernon 

O. W. Sawyer 

O. W. Sawyer 

J. E. Kirk 

W. O. Rosser 



411 

86 

20*; 

24 

26 

52 

90 

142 

47 

11 

47 

00 

153 

55 

42 

120 

172 

163 

22 

17 

27 

83 

53 

208 

12 

16 

130 

29 

138 

36 

39 

144 

277 

212 

123 

30 

SI 

32 

4 

218 

65 

125 

36 

153 

316 

80 

559 

104 

509 

84 

14 

1.S2 

29 

54 

262 



; 16.31 

22.27 
14.94 
13.50 
10.00 
30.44 
26.10 
25.00 
12 .50| 
6.37 
12.50] 
25 .00 
33 .00 
50 .00 
28.38 
69.84! 
10.00 

129.33 
15.00 
20.00 
80.00 
40.00 
60 .65 

153 .45 
20.00 
35.93 

100 .87 
32.10 
21.00 
20.00 
10.00 
79.70 
60.00 
65.00 
27.47 
16.70 
11.00 
8.00 
1.50 
52.47 
15.00 

111 .55 
21.70 
66.40 

129.10 
27 .00; 

323 .001 
7.00 

658 .25 
38.65 
12.40 
62.30 
12.93 
42.86 

139 .07 



2.10 



1.50 
9.56 
5.01 
1.00 
2.00 



1.50 
4.25 
5.00 
8.25 
15.67 
7.45 



13.75 



3.58 
18.70 
8.40 
16.40 
38.30 
2.25 
1.00 
15.90 
5.00 
4.49 
1.75 



26.70 
15.00 
18.00 
3.57 
2.50 
1.00 



2.97 



26.09 



11.23 

21.86 

2.00 

12 .00 



2.05 



1.50 
11.41 
6.40 
1.00 



1.50 
4.24 
7.00 
14.15 
18.26 
15.20 



$13 .37 
1.20 



11.70 



12.50 



5.60 

26.95 

6.00 



125.23 
4.00 
6.11 

18.49 
5.00 
4.48 
2.80 



1.00 
1.00 



24.85 
11.00 
18.95 
1.36 
2.50 
1.00 
2.00 



5.06 
1.00 
1.53 



2.92 



31.59 



8.37 

21.86 

4.76 

114.00 



371 .98 

4.10 

2.50 

25.80 



1.00 

"s~75 



6.24 



1 
16.10 

5.00 
10.35 
44.00 



5.00 
66.87 



10.00 
2.00 
15.60 
14.00 
26.95 
14.88 
1.35 
55.47 



2.25 



1.50 



1.96 



2.27 



10.00 
3.00 



4.00 
46.27 
10.00 
58.64 
200.24 

2.05 
61.41 
25.00 
22.05 
15.52 
10.80 



2.00 
4.9l! 



10.241 4.8 



2.50 
7.50 
4.00 



3.70 
3.00 



94.30 10.00 
21 .00 100 .00 
159 .88 

2.10 
19.75 

5.00 

5.00 



2.00 
3.75 



20.00 
1.05 
5.05 



7.20 



10.00 

2.00 

24.10 

2.00 

79.96 

198 .42 

32.00 

234 .20 



16.44 
53.05 



403.85 10.00,1, 
4 .25 1 .86 

2.851 

34 .65; 5 .001 



229 .45 

37.00 

5.00 

46.40 



22 .50; 2 .00 
57 .50 1 I 



30.00 
6.40 



9.62 



75.00 



1.06 



44 .14 7 .03 
60.23 12.76 



2.43 
"<5"40 
"2 "44 



77.03 



2.50 



! 29.6S 

33.94 

31.04 

21.50 

46.72 

97.55 

28.10 

33.50 

79.37 

9.12 

25.50 

47.45 

63.60 

88.40 

96.63 

107.37 

11.35 

226.18 

16.00 

38.68 

183.17 

68.40 

140.69 

537 .22 

29.35 

109 .50 

169 .02 

68.15 

47.02 

35.35 

11.00 

242 .75 

215.75 

261 .83 

40.74 

41.45 

18.00 

17.60 

1.50 

70.79 

47.00 

206.13 

23.70 

178.02 

382 .41 

65.76 

683 .20 

7.00 

,825.56 

85.86 

23.81 

174.15 

12.93 

137.47 

322 .61 



118 



ASSOCIA TIOXAL 8 TA TIB TICS 



RoAXOKE— Continued. 



Churches 



Pastors 



:-r — -^ 



T3.g 

3 ~ ~ 



= q 



§5 J g.2 



KS 



Mo 



03 o 
T3"ffi 

3 no 



Tarboro. R. H. Bowden 

Tillery.. T. L. Vernon 



Washington. 

Weldon 

Whitakers 

Williamstox Mem. 
Wilson 



R. L. Gay. 

J. G. Blalock... 

W. O. Rosser 

W. R. Burrell 

T. W. Chair.blisj- 



11 129 
29 
5 186 

361 218 
4 22 
2 125 

33 333 



Totals- 



141$ 

40 
135; 
172 1 

43 
218 
387 



66.23'! 

20.00 

27.02 
296 .52 

18.56 
145 .00 
458.11 



19.54 
5.68 
27.75 
125 .82 
4.90 
49.95 
261 .09 



$ 27.18 
8.50 
34.85 
239 .99 
10.00 
74.27 
159.70 



t 3 . 

~29~61 
"56/29 



41 
15 
326 
225 
2 
157 
324 



.83 $ 2 .50 

.00 3.00... 

.42 10.00... 

.83 40.00 30 

.00 4 .00; 2 

.02 13.00, 18 

.40 35.73 14 



3.00 



S 163 .36 
52.18 
426.04 
987 .77 
41.46 
457 .29 
1,309.57 



765 70S5 7282 4,164.97 1,306.93 1,625.12 



177.61 



4, 149 .78 410 .06 219 .76 12054 .23 



"1914. 



ROBESOX. 



Antioch 


W. R. Davis 

D. P. Bridges 

W. S. Ballard 

J. F. Davis 


»1 

! 

SI 

3 


277 

117 


147 

123 


$ 47.45 

67.00 

13 .74 

32.38 

60.00 

10.19 

11.72 

1.50 

173.59 

55.85 

5.00 

7.67 

30.00 

7.70 

49.14 

2.46 

250.00 

42.08 

17.35 

2.84 

45.12 

50.40 

461 .49 

76 .95 

32 .37 

7 .42 

5.59 

3.48 

5.00 

13.73 

33.38 

54.64 

2.00 

7.00 

11.50 

36 .22 

112.12 

70.71 

20.11 

16.83 

25.00 

21.00 
30.37 

8.41 
15.51 
88.56 
28.52 
17.9 

1.92 

12 .95 


$ 37.87 

45.00 

4.74 

20.40 

30.00 

7.11 

5.66 

1.00 

38.41 

7.73 

24.62 

3.89 

25 .00 

13.00 

55.84 

130 .00 
14.74 

1.46 

33.15 

48.55 

560 .80 

90.53 

9.00 

2.95 

1 .15 

3.00 

4.00 

4.ss 

59 .01 

30.30 

2.00 

10.00 

20.00 

43 .67 

42.46 

20.11 

9.00 

5 .00 

5.98 

26.98 

11 .91 

1.65 

10.25 

30.79 

7.80 

8.55 

2.36 
1.80 


$ 48.47 

27.11 

38.94 

20.75 

24.00 

7.16 

9.24 

1.00 

82 .32 

7.43 

9.87 

4.30 

35.00 

4.55 

32.10 

2. lis 

120.00 

17.35 

10.00 

2.76 

45.78 

39.24 

441 .61 

81.96 

6.61 

3.87 

2.63 

3.00 

5.00 

5.48 

11.30 

601 .75 

2.00 

20.00 

10.00 

30.84 

59 .06 

103.11 

20.11 

15.00 
7.1s 

21.94 

45.93 
6.55 
6.7B 

81.03 

13.08 
8.71 
1.11 
3.1! 


$ 1.92 
2.95 

8.88 
1.00 

6.00 
9.00 
12.00 
1.15 

7.18 


$ 32 .80 8 1 .36 

29.16 9.82 


s 3 .28 
4.15 
4.56 

5.00 




S 173.15 
185.19 




102 86 

233 169 

214 102 

27 39 


3.001 

87.00 37.33 


64.98 




202 .86 




J. I.Allen 

F. A. Prevatt 


10.99 

2.25 

3.05 

1.00 

64.48 

15.15 

21.58 

13.38 

11.48 

5.00 

135 .63 




133 .87 




1.75 


2.00 
2.90 


31.46 


Beulah (X. C.) 

Beulah (S. C.) — 

Big Branch 

Bloomingdale 

Broad Ridge 

Cedar Grove 

Centerville 

Clybonville.. 

East Lumberlon 


R. X. Cashwell 

H H Cook 


15 
6 
12 
15 

2 

'J 
19 


88 
55 
269 
137 

82 


64 

46 
223 
181 

Mil 


32.57 
4.50 


I. P. Hedgepeth — 
M. A. Stephens 


59.88 

1.75 

.95 

"T.50 


8.00 
1.75 

1.56 
3.00 


432 .68 
98.66 
74.02 


J. M. Fleming 

\V. R. Davis 

F \ Prevatl 


93 126 
136 142 

34 31 
317 262 
155 63 
391 236 

194 105 
33 29 

103 65 

230 279 

200 136 

527 547 

141 193 

219 148 

76 61 

32 23 

His ioi 

59| 68 

95 7s 

174 140 

35 46 

54 2S 
126 56 
107 86 

55 81 
134 127 

126 80 
206 162 

71 92 
84 55 
80 '■• 
78 134 
75 104 
111 150 

195 221 
111 125 

go 91 

50 :.i 
195 172 


31 .95 

105 .98 
30.25 


W. R. Davis 

D. P. Bridges 


17 

3 

37 


1.50 


2.00 
1.09 
5.00 
6.61 


284.39 
5.63 


6.38 


75.66 
38.94 


.. . . 
50.00 


636 .38 




119.72 




A. A. Butler 

R. X. Cashwell . 
I. P. Hedgepeth 

J. L. Jenkins 

C. L. Greaves _. 

A. A. Butler 

P. T. Britt 

C. N. Phillips 

R. A. Hedgepeth 

W. C. Wallace 

R. X. Cashwell 

J. M. Fleming 


2 

4 
16 

li) 
01) 

li 

3 

8 

1 
1 


27.35 




"l9"88 

8.11 
3.88 

1.00 

1.15 
5.00 

5.00 
3 .34 

1.50 


8.00 

34.64 

25.00 

1,256.84 

20.00 

14.35 

2.88 

6.10 

4.85 

4.56 

23.68 

52 .62 


1.06 

6.00 
5.00 

399 .82 

"Ho 


4.25 

5.00 

114 .48 

"§".66 


16.12 


Long Branch 

Lumber Bridge 

LuMBERTON, First.. 

Maxto.v 

Mount Elim 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Zion 

Oakdale 

Oak Grove 

Oakton 

Parkton. 


168.94 

173.19 

3,252.92 

269.44 

77 .24 

21.00 




1.08 
1.00 
1.25 
2.36 


16.55 
15 .33 
19.81 
50.13 
156.31 


J. F. Davis 


3 


13.00 
1.53 
4.00 
8.16 

20.51 
156 .03 

80.43 

60.50 

35 .20 


6.80 


7.44 


714.93 


Pembroke 

a Grove. 

Pleasant Hope 

Proctor ville 

Riii ford 

Raft Swamp 

Ravnham 

1! 1!) Sl'IUNC.S 

Rennert 

Rowland.. 




5.53 


W. S. Ballard 

D. P. Bridges 


S 


50.00 
1.00 

26.65 
3.00 
5.00 
1.90 


2.00 
1.00 
13.46 

5.00 


85.00 
42.81 


W. R. Davis. 

B. Townsend 

W. R. Davis 

D. P. Bridges 

Alexander Miller 

J. L. Jenkins 

R. A. Hedgepeth 


7 
7 
7 
5 
32 
7 

1 
11 

4 

5 
21 
15 

1 

li 


152 .68 
373 .88 
311.71 
65.57 
154.93 




2.00 


83.70 
18.54 


1.36 

1.41 

2 .00 
3.11 

2 in' 

L'ts 

s .63 


26 .90 3 .58 


1.83 
3.30 


103 .59 


Saddle Tree 

Singletary's X Roads 
Smyrna 




J 1 Davis. 

P T Britt 


21 .56 

6.92 

9.13 

98.15 

17.85 


10.50 


143 .57 

23 .52 


J. M. Fleming 

J. \ . Snow 


ls..v: 
26.50 


2.4s 
3 .35 
2.71 


45 .52 
320.41 
91 .91 






10.00 2.35 


55 .Of 


White Pond 

Zion's HilL 

Zion'a Tabei •■ 


R. \ ETedg 

1 1. B. Humphrey 


7 .27 


1.38 


21 .33 
9.78 






26.51 






68 
90 
121 




























\\ Lumberton- -Brai 




463 
































da 


6507 


2,243.10 


1,594.10 


2,253.4f 


126.36 


2,590.55 


738 li 


228 is 0,774.10 











ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



11' 



SANDY CREEK. 



Churches 



Pastors 



Aberdeen W 

Antioch... „ F 

Bear Creek I K 

Bennett 



. E. Goode... 

W. Shaw 

C. Horner... 



Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Beulah 

Brush Creek 

Bonlee 

Calvary 

Cameron 

Carthage 

Cool Springs 

Deep River 

Eagle Springs 

Emmaus 

Ephesus 

Fall Creek 

Flat Springs 

Flint Hill 

Friendship 

Gum Springs.. _ 

Hickory Grove 

Hickory Mountain... 

Jonesboro 

Love's Creek 

May's Chapel 

Mechanic's Hill 

Mineral Springs 

Moon's Chapel 

Mount Olive 

Mount Pleasant 

Moncure 

New Salem 

Pine Bluff 

Pine Grove 

Pittsboro 

Riverside 

Rives Chapel 

Rock Springs 

Rocky River 

Sandy Branch.. 

Sandy Creek 

Sanford 

Siler City 

Staley 

Southern Pines 

Tyson's Creek 

Union Grove 

Vass 



B. Raymond 
C. Dowd 

B. Waff 
P. Soots 
E. Spruill 
B. Willis 

C. Dowd.. 
B. Willis 
E. Spruill 
H. Eller 

M. Gardner 
C. Horner 
H. Vipperman 
O. Fulbright 



Totals.. I 222 5036 3792 




. C. Horner 

O. Fulbright.... 
H. Strickland 

E. Spruill 

C. Horner 

H. Strickland 

O. Fulbright 

O. Fulbright 

B. Willis 

. H. Strickland... 
H. H. Lawhorn 

. H. H. Lawhorn 

B. Willis 

. H. Strickland 

P. Soots.. 

. H. Strickland 
. H. H. Lawhorn 

P. Soots 

C. Phillips 
B. Waff... 
B. Waff— 
E. Spruill 

B. Raymond 
G. Lassiter 
Carrick 

C. Dowd.. 
P. Ellington 
H. Hildreth 

B. Waff 
P. Soots 
A. Ives 



SANDY RUN. 



Adaville 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Big Springs 

Bostic 

Camp Creek 

Cane Creek 

Caroleen 

Cherokee Creek.. 

Cliffside J D. J. Hunt 

Concord Z. D. Harrill 

First Broad I J. P. Hagam 



J. D. Bridges... 

C. P. Holland.. 

D. J. Hunt 

A. C. Irvin 

B. M. Bridges... 
H. D. Harrill... 
B. M. Hamrick. 
J. G. Graham... 
M. M. Huntley. 



73 130 S 3.00 $ 3.00'$ 3.00$. 



74 
2-11 
187 

92 
236 

85 
327 
195 
450 619| 
193 91 
190 90 



168 

'337 
137 



2.30 

21.71 



5.60! 



2 .30 . 



S 3.00 
2.30 



18.75 27.04 14.28 18.10 
134 20.00 20.00 19.50 7.00 20.00 



16.00 8.10 

1 .52 5 .45 

.501 .50 

100.00 80.001 

2.40 4.10 

76.10 57.60, 

13.40! 18.751 

10.00' 7.00: 



7.00 

5.00|. 

.50. 

100.00 

4.60. 

71 .80 . 

13 .61 . 

10.00 . 



5.00 



15.00 
4.00 
.50 
85.00 
13.19 
25 .00 

12 .15 

13 .00l 



I 1 .25 


■S 1 .25 


$ 14 .50 

12.50 




6.50 


116.98 


3.66 


4.00 


93 .50 


1.00 


1.22 


48.32 


3.00 




18.57 
2.00 


5.66 




375 .00 




5.75 


20.04 


25.05 




255 .55 


3.00 


1.00 


61.91 

40.00 



118 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 





SANDY RUN— Cont 


SUED 














Churches 


Pastors 


1 

03 

pq 


Church 
Membership 

Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


m 

a 
o o 

i'l 

o.S 


o a 

SC c 

'3 '55 





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a 
GO 

cS O 
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a m 

7.S 


o 
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C3 

a 

a 
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go 

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£ 
o 

3 

o 

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< 


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o 


Floyd's Creek 

Forest City 




27 
62 


226 81 

415 665 
98 35 
72l 92 
216, 200 
201 1 67 
394 1 511 
376 103 
160] 82 
44 1 67 
154 60 
101 97 

a -.- 

21S 109 
176 161 
146 7* 
59 98 
81 81 
397 181 
176, 69 
326 248 


S 10 .00 1 7 .00 

16S.73J154.90 

1 .00 1 .00 

2 .85 2 .10 
11.00 11.00 

4 .00 4 .00 
111.04 55.71 

35.00 25.00 

2 .28 2 .28 
2 .75 2 .05 
4 .00 ! 4 .00 
3 .25' 3 .70 

3 .00 3 .00 

15.15 14.20 
12.00 ! 10.00 

3.85i 3.60 
5 .00! 2 .00 
1 .00 1 .00 
29.70 26.90 
4 .00 2 .50 

7 .29 6 .92 

53.16 23.68 
5 .00; 5 .5C 
5 .00; 3 .00 

19.01 10. IH 


$ 10 .00 s 
123.32 10.00 

2.00 

3.25 

6.00] 

4.00 

80.32 


$ 5.00 
54.84 
2.00 
5.42 
6.92 
5.00 
34 .35 
30.00 


s 

10.00 


$ 

10.00 


$ 32 00 




531.79 


W. F. Hull 


6.00 




J. H. Smith 


11 

10 
12 

17 
27 

? 
o 

2 





"Too 


13.44 




G. G. O'Neal.. 


35.92 




B. M. Hamrick 

J. G. Graham 

F. G. Washburn.. 

T. C. Harris 

M. M. Huntley 

J. D. Bridges 

J. D. Bridges.. 

R. G. Short 


17.00 




5.00 
5.00 


3.13 


286.64 


High Shoals 

Holly Springs ... 


30.00 

2.28 
3.00 




128.13 
6.84 




6.00 
4.00 
4 .75 
4.00 

24.17 

13.75 
5.00 
4.70 
1.00 

52.05 
2.50 
3 .05 

24 .46 
2.00 
5.00 

12.00 




2.25 


16 .05 


Mount Harmony 

Mount Lebanon 


4.00 

4.00i 

2.00 


16.00 


5.00 
4.50 

5.00 


.60 
2.00 
3.45 
3.55 
1.00 


19.30 
14.00 


Mount Pleasant (C).. 
Mount Pleasant (R) _ 

Prospect 

Race Paths - 


Z. D. Harrill 

A. H. Simms 

W. M. Gold... 

J. F. Lowery! 

J. D. Bridges 

J. W. Suttle 


5 

25 
8 
6 
9 
6 


16.00 
10.00 
3.75 
2.12 

.50 

44.15 
2.50 

9.22 


2.00 
5.78 

15.48 


74 .79 
59.58 
17 .20 
13.19 
3.50 


Sandy Run 

Sandy Springs 

Shiloh 


173.28 
11.50 


D. J. Hunt 

G. G. O'Neal 


14 






27.48 




79 
86 

l.ri 
345 


98 
60 
101 
194 


36.75 
4.32 






138 .05 


Sulphur Springs 

Trinity... 

Walls 


A. P. Sorrels 

B. M. Bridges 

I. D. Harrill 


1 
4 






17.22 


3.00 
13.21 


6.45 
1.50 





1.85 
3.00 


24.30 
58.72 


Totals ... 


394 


7078 5626 


785.99 613.79 


6S4.14 


67.49 


522 .70 


75 .80 


49.55 


2.797.29 






1 


1 





SOUTH FORK. 



Alexis. 

Amity 

Belmont 

Bethel 

Brookford 

Bruinglon 

Catawba 

Cedar Grove 

Center View 

Corinth _ 

Dallas 

Denver 

East Belmont 

East Gastonia 

Faith 

Gastonia, First 

Hebron 

Hickory, First 

Hickory Grove 

Highland 

High Shoals 

Eidd's Chapel. 

I.awing's Chapel 

Leonard's Fork 

Lincolnton Ave 

Lincolnton, First.. 

Long Creek 

Long Shoals 

Lorat _ 

Lowell 

Lucia 

Macedonia.. 

May worth 

ritte 

Mountain Grove 



W. B. McLure 

R. L. Williams... 

L. M. Hobbs 

.1. A. Hoyle 

W. N. Cook 

G. P. Abernathy. 

J. S. Connell 

M. A. Adams 

L. R. Williams... 

C. A. Rhyne 

I. T. Newton 

M. A. Adams 

W. E. Wilson 

J. J. Beach 

W. B. McLure—. 
W. C. Barrett. ... 

J. D. Moose 

J. D. Harte 

W. E. Wilson 

W. \". Cook 

G. P. Abernathy. 

M. A. Adams 

W. W. Rimmer... 

J. A. Hoyle 

W. W. Rimmer... 
S. W. Bennett.... 
G. P. Abernathy . 

B. E. Morris 

G. P. Abernathy. 

I. T. Newton 

w. B. McLure.... 
W. W. Himmer... 
L. R. Williams.. . 

W. E. Wilson 

W. E. Wilson 

A. W. Setzer 



1 109 

... 70 
22 218 



16 136 



150 
34 
90 

371 
... 28 
10 3931 
15 101] 
15 306 
3 162 



96 
137 

76 
144 

96 
151 

10 287 

3 50 

25 264 

21 122 

14 50 

19 191 

28 148 

6 36 

tl 299 

1 72 



99 S 

45 
172 

62 
159 

72 

50 

62 

82.. 

60 
129 
102 
220 
461 

420 

82 
346 
103 
169 
169 

66 
105 

40 
226 
140 

103 

:i27 
128 



4.80 

1.25 
46.01 

2.00 
14.52 

7 .25 
15 .75 
12 .85 



s 4 .2.5 S 

1.00 
45.63 
3.00 
7.15 
7 .70 



9.00 



5.00 3.35 
54.001 24.00 
10.00 3.58 

20.00: 

80.50] 63.30 

1.25 

261 .18 231 .96 

9.60' 6.51 

312.32 115.18 

20.00 20.50 



4 .25 8 7 .30 

2.00. 

56.42 

2.30 

18.32 

7.60 



3.35 
3.00 



3.55 



4.00 
28.00 
3.58 



73.13 

2.56 

471.19 



299 .80 



23.45 
20.00 
3.50 



7.75 
6.00 



8 .60 

20.00 
1.00 
7.00 
5.00 
3.00 



60.80 59.25 

32.28] 6.73 
8 .00 4 .00 
19.03 33.87 

26. so 



5.00 
23.29 



35 .45 
15.92 



2.00 
4.11 



8.00 
15.00 
1.20 
7.35 
5.00 
5.00 
65.61 
5.00 
4.00 
38.68 
5.24 
3.50 
5.00 
S.31 



4.50 

3.00 

45.75 



21.78 

24.00 

5.00 

2.16 



22 .37 



5.00 



11.85 



$ $... 

~2S~.60~I" 



3.00 _ 



2.0!) 

6 .00 . 

10.00. 



5.00 



11.60 



5.00 

100.00 

15.00 

20.00 

118.45 

1.00 

310 .69 

3.08 

156 .65 

5.00 

8.10 

11.00 

13.30 

2 .25 

5.00 

3.00 

205.75 49.83 

45.17 3.00 



397.73 35.64 



25.10 

7 .25 

222.41 

S.30 

68.12 

49.55 

20 .75 

22 .56 



162 .49 
6.05 



1 .00 21 .35 
216.01) 
42.16 
40.00 
340 .38 
4.81 
1,830.76 

19.19 

21.45 1,0 



4.50 



14.50 



2.00: 



20.00 
7.40 



28.37 
6 .53 



44 .52 
25.18 

11 

8.48 
19.44 



7 .55 
4.13 



2 .20 
1 .75 



56.05 
48.15 
88.00 
19.00 
2s .45 
27 .75 
19.00 
441.24 
106.78 
16.00 
143 .65 

7 .25 

22 .68 
56.90 



1.00 
7 .46 



5.70. 

3.16 



90 .92 
42 .43 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



119 



SOUTH FORK— Continued. 



Churches 


Pastors 


- 
a 

a 

m 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


"3 
a 

T3.2 
c3 c3 C3 

oU2 

*» O w 


a 
a> o 

o.S 

MS 


.5? ° 
'S'55 


o 

o 
-q 

a 
02 

4 2 

to 

oaS 


o 

bl 
c3 

a 

a 
O 


a o 

'■3 as 

V § 

a -a 




Is 
o 


Mount Holly 

Mount Ruhama 


E. C. Andrews 

W. W. Rimmer 

L. R. Williams 

R. G. Mace 


35 
5 

16 


243 
211 
75 
161 
160 
242 
44 
74 
79 
42 
122 
121 
138 
73 
82 
15 
21 
87 
83 
32 
278 


173 
.124 

134 
57 
150 
152 
38 
66 
65 


$ 75.10 
30.00 
3.00 
5.00 
48.12 
25.00 
14.98 
5.36 
4.62 


$18.11 
7.00 


$ 18.10 
7.00 


$ 2 .00 $ 5 .00 
7.41 


$12 .00 


$ 5.00 


$ 135.31 
51.41 


Mountain View 






3 00 




15.66 
44.50 
15 .00 
4.34 
2.00 
3.20 


15.00 
33.25 
15.00 
6.00 
2.00 
3.50 




5.00 
1.00 


45.03 
60.00 
28.55 
3.45 
2.06 
3.75 






80.03 
185 .87 
117.90 
28.77 
13 .42 
16.07 


Newton 


M. A. Adams... 

J. S. Connell. 


7 
25 






Olivet 


21.65 


7.70 


Piney Grove 

Providence 


M. A. Adams _. 

S. A. Stroup 


15 
6 





1.00 
1.00 




I. T. Newton 


2 
9 


8C 
50 
80 
45 
173 

"75 
59 

40 
178 


13.64 
6.00 

20.10 
7.66 

21 .72 

10i)0 
2.00 


11.68 

4.00 
9.60 
2.03 
7.52 
5.00 
.75 


2.36 

2.20 
12.20 

1.52 
13.02 

5.00 
.63 


1.00 


49.42 


9.33 


2.63 


so .00 

13.20 
66.02 
15.99 
59.78 




B. E. Morris 






21.61 
3.01 

10.52 
3.00 
2.00 


1.77 
7.00 


2.50 


Sharon 

Spencer Mountain 

Startown 


A. W. Setzer 

I. T. Newton 


1 
6 

1 


M. A. Adams.. 

A. W. Setzer. 




1.35 


.68 


7.41 




L. M. Hobbs. 






0. A. Abee 


10 


1.66 
1.57 

20.74 


1.21 
7.55 


.50 

.99 

4.45 


2.66 

1.18 
7.55 






3.50 
4 95 


Webb's Chapel 


C. E. Rhyne 






West Hickory 


W. N. Cook... 


8 


25.00 




65.29 






610 


7485 


6712 


1,481.16 


886 .56 


1,331.21 


74.97 1,500.00 


786 .84 


102 .51 


6, 163 .25 


1 



•1914. 




SOUTH RIVER— 1914. 



Antiocii 






87 
101 
251 
54 
61 
92 
145 
81 
173 
137 
69 
82 
138 


72 
90 

100 
45 
65 
86 

100 
95 
41 
40 
68 
56 
75 


S 4 .32 
10.32 
35.32 
2.50 


1 
$ .85$ 

7.27 
1.80 


1.57 
19.00 
10.50 

1.00 


S 1.00 
5.00 


$ 4.74 

6.00 

20.00 

1.00 


J 

6.00 


$ 1.57 
1.00 
5.89 
1.20 


S 14.05 

36.32 

89.98 

7.50 




J. F. Davis 

E. I. Olive 


3 
17 


Baptist Chapel 

Beulah . . 


Brown 






Center 


E. I. Olive 

T. J. Baker 


3 
3 


9.89 
9.15 
1.00 
8.49 
10.00 
4.20 
6.35 
3.86 


2.50 

2.45[ 
.50 

5.66 
3.21| 

1.10 


2.60 
5.20 
.25 
6.12 
2.00 
1.07 


6.50 

.50 

1.00 


10.00 
10.00 

2.00 
5.00 
12.00 
5.00 
2.50 


1.44 
2.13 

.50 

1.00 

2.96 
1.00 


1.40 
3.00 


34.33 
28.93 


Corinth.. 


Concord 


J. O. Tew 

W. H. Barnes 


10 


19.61 
24 00 


Elizabeth 


Godwin 


J. W. Cobb 

J. B. Newton 

John Prevatt 


5 
1 
4 


23.44 
13.45 
6.36 


Hickory Grove 

Long Branch... . 



120 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS 



SOUTH RIVER, 1914— Continued. 



Churches 



Pastors 



Macedonia 

Marys Chapel 

Mill'Creek 

Minter 

Mingo 

Mount Elam.. 

'Mount Vernon 

Piney Green... 

Pleasant Union 

Parkersburg.. 

Roseboro 

Royals Chapel 

Salemburg 

Spring Branch 

Union Grove 

White Oak 

"Mauley's Chapel. . 
•Jordan's Chapel .. 



J. H. Dobson.. 
CD. Peterson . 
J. B. Newton... 
J. B. Newton... 
C. D. Peterson. 
J. O. Tew 



— - 2 - - ~ - 



>4;S :s £§ 



*40 S 

45 

53 

35.. 
123 
157 



12 .26? 2.17$ 
5 .00 2 .00 
7 .00 3 .50 



1.82 
2.00 
3.50 



J. E. Dupree 

J. E. Dupree 

J. E. Dupree 

W. J. Jones 

Lonnie Sasser... 

W. J. Jones 

J. A. Campbell. 
John Prevatt... 
S. B. Wilson 



Totals 14732732680 346.01159.42 360.17 54.05 



11 

52 
195 

4^ 6S 

243 146 

83 50 

20 44 

69 7s 
19 20 

252 3S7 

377 240 

83 67 

70 73 
3S 56 
38 65 



2.55 16.77 
7 .90 7 .00 



A 
o 

GO 

5? a 

33 O 

a -5 
■f.% 



1.00 
1.00 



■e 3 

A~ri 

OH 



6.25 S S $ 

2 .00 1 .00 1 .00 
4 .00 1 .50 1 .50 



22.50 
14.00 
22.00 



15 .00 . 
8.00 



. 18.66: 2.55 1.75 
.: 30.75 7.25 



57 .28 
60.90 



5.10 8.10 
1.74 1.00 
1 .55 1 .00 . 
26.33 



7.75. 
1.20. 



19.02 29.00 



77.84 5S.00 75.00 

68.24 23.00 150.95 

8.00 4.57 

17.10 12.20 22.05! 



5.00 
4.05 



3.05 



20.95 
6.99 
2.55 

74.35 



30.00 5.50 5. 50 

125.64 18.00 

10.50 

14.00... 



256 .84 

389 .88 

23.07 

65.35 



323.09 25.58 49.061,317.38 



SOUTH YADKIN. 



Advance... 

Berea 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Chestnut Hill 

China Grove 

Cleveland 

Cooleemee 

Cool Spring 

Davis Chapel—. 

Dunn's Mountain 

Emmanuel 

Enon 

Faith.... 

Farmington 


S. W. Hall 


1 

3 


v.", 

97 


78 

50 
157 

68 
100 
236 

90 

"412 

115 

65 
B5 

134 
44 
62 
44 
57 

224 
67 

~~47 

99 

90 

113 

233 

120 

114 

47 

66 

58 

509 

80 

43 


$ 30.06? 6.00 

1 .00 2 .00 

53.45 32.99 

3.00 1.00 

7.66, 3.00 

25.75 10.00 

25.16 2.29 

37.00 13.00 

77.00, 30.00 

25 .i«i 12.65 

1 .50 1 .00 

8 .44 2 .00 

8.42 2.70 

24.07 16.58 


% 13 .00 

2.00 

44 .35 

1.00 


$ 


i 
$ 18.03.* 


$ 1.75 


$68.84 
5.00 


'.inell 

W. J. Wvatt 

F. W. Fry 

J. L. Kirk 

('. M. Cope.... 

C. S. Cashwell.. 

H. C. Marlev- 

('. S. Cashwell 

L. I). Ballard 

s. \\. Hall 


1 222 
14 91 
8 121 

17 136 
7 52 
4 55 
21 335 
10 36 

1 55 

2 26 


5.66 

.50 


100 .00 
8.00 


-, 


5.00 
1.00 


240.79 
15.00 
10.66 


15.00 

2.00 

20.25 

40.00 

19.37 

1.00 

2.00 

6.62 

! 


.75 




20.22 


1.75 


1.75 


75.22 
29.45 


1.00 




2.75 
40.06 
14.00 
1.00 
1.00 
10.06 
14 .38 




1.00 
8.00 


.50 
10.00 
2.85 


75 .50 

205 .06 

73.87 

4.50 






13 .44 




84 

150 

n 






27.80 


D. W. Littleton 

J. Adam Grubb 

F. W. Fry 

J. R. Jordan. 

S. W. Hall.... 


5 
2 




2.05 


81.95 


2 47 
11 49 

- 75 
11 276 


15.50 

14 .46 

60.00 

41 .33 

1 .00 

2.00 

1.00 

46.33 


4.00 

16.00 

10.00 

1.00 

4.32 
14.15 


4.00 
13.85 
25.00 
10.00 
1.27 
2.00 
1.00 
4.33 
21.50 


2.00 
1.07 


10.00 
13.14 
25.00 
31.08 


1.00 


2 .50 


39.00 

43 .45 


5.00 
7.50 


5.00 
2.50 


136.00 
103 .48 


Gay's Chapel 

Gold Rill. 

Ijames' X Roads 

Jerusalem 

lie 

MOORESVILLE 


L. D. Ballard.. 

D. P. Morris 


14 
7 


54 

28 
34 
72 
128 
111 
243 
131 
112 
84 
30 


3.27 




7.25 


4.00 

.75 

3.75 

25.78 






8.00 






2.75 


D. W. Littleton. 








12.40 


J. F. Carter 

D. W. Littleton 


7 


6.86 


3.25 


125.12 


L. U. Weston 

A. W. Wilcox 


28 
23 


55.83 



29.99 


25 .88 


2.50 


50.65 
12.20 
16.70 
33.42 


2.50 


2.50 


169.85 
12 .20 


New Bethany 

New Hope 

Phaniels 

Salisbury 

North Morn 

Shady Grove 

Society 

South River 

Spencer 

ville, First. 

Front Street 

Western Avenue. 

Trading Ford 

Turrentine 


R L. Davis 


4.7(1 
39.22 

7.4s 

6.80 
51 .50 

2.00. 

16.30 
14.95 
65.00 
292 .45 
37.35 
72.94 
5.57 


1.44 
29.03 
2.70 

46.19 


4.00 
21.32 
5.33 

90.37 




~~3~9i 


1.00 

2 .55 

.77 

1.00 

32.36 


27.84 


J. L. Teague 


132.45 
16 .21 


.1. R. Jordan 

C. A. G. Thomas 

F. W. Fry 

\ W \Mlcox . 


8 
12 


22 

431 
57 


4.00 


2.00 

271 .70 

10.68 

5.00 
10.00 

9 .45 

76.84 

206 .39 

46.85 

84.55 


7.20 


15.55 

499 .32 

10.68 


3 27 


9.00 

9.10 

51.38 

170.53 

8.00 

3.00 


8.00 

13.65 

100.00 

23S .30 

12 .00 

33.07 

6.00 


8.66 
5.00 






5.00 


D. W. Littleton 

ishwell 

E. T. Carter 

\nderson 

ishwell 

G. H. Church 

F. W. Fry 


16 141 83 
10 144 79 




1.00 


44 .30 
49.15 


19 
5 
6 

22 
14 
9 


265 
222 

62 
338 
257 

39 


257 
224 
L39 
397 
195 
69 


25.00 

16.42 

1.00 

5.00 


12.75 
16.00 
1.00 
3.60 


330 .97 
94S.75 
102 .20 

224.41 

14 .57 






















Totals 


?30 


4877 


5148 


1,322.14 635.61 


991 .91 


40.23 


1,220.91 


98 .08 


126.72 


1,435.68 















ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



121 



STANLY. 



Churches 



Pastors 



Antioch B. 

Albemarle, First .. R 

West B 

Anderson's Grove B. 

Big Lick A 

Barbee's Grove J. 

Canton.. 

Corinth.. ._ 

Cottonville 1 J. 

Chaney's Hill I G. 

Ebenezer. — C. 

Kendalls B. 

Locust G 

Mission B. 

'Mineral Springs. 
Mount Pleasant. . 

Norwood 

New London 

Palmerville 

Philadelphia 

Pleasant Grove... 

Prospect 

Plyler 

Porter 

Silver Springs 

Smyrna 

Union Grove 

Wyatt's Grove 

Bethel 

Oakboro S. S 



G. Whitlev.. 
P. Walker... 
G. Whitley.. 
G. Whitley- 

C. Davis 

S. Harris 



Totals. 



C. Gillespie- . 

C. Ivery 

E. Edwards. 
G. Whitley.. 

C. Ivery 

G. Whitley. . 






G.Whitley.-. 

G. Gillespie 

M. Brooks 

M. Brooks 

M. Brooks 

J. Black. 

G. Whitley 

W. Fogleman. 
G. Whitley.... 
C. Gillespie— 

S. Harris 

G. Whitley— 

Lanning 

L. Mclntire 



108 

1' 60 

3' 107 

8 147 

147 

15S 

39 

75 

235 

106 



1 

1 76 
8 160 
3, 116 

... 53 

... 27 

16 1 322 

2 65 
14 106 

... 49 

3 13 



197 3755 2'.Mi:> 



03 03 a 



2.50 
85.00 
35.00 
8.00 
5.95 
3.00 
5.00 
10.00 
12.00 
5.02 
14 .57 
11.00 
3.00 
3.00 



0J o 

o.S 



$ 2.00 
10.46 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 
4.00 
5.00 
6.50 
4.5S 
5.00 
6.00 
3.00 
2.50 



1.50 
10.50 

5.00 
30 .25 

2.50 

8.00 



2.00 



10.00 

1.00 

2.00 

2.00 

.50 



1.00 
9.60 
5.00 
12.00 
3.50 
3.00 
2.50 
2.00 



10.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 



27S .29 124 .64 



- 






03 o 
m 



1 .50 $. 

15.00.. 
25.00.. 

8.001.. 
lO.OOj.. 

2.00 1 .. 

7.00- 

8.00;.. 

7.00 1 .. 

1.001 

12.13!.. 

13.00 .. 
3.001 
5.00|- 



2.50 

99.22 

150 .00 

15.00 

20.00 

5.00 
10.00 
12.00 
20.00 

1.50 
22 .50 
16.00 

12.00; 

24 .501 



•C 3 

-D-d 
OH 



5 1 .00 $ 1 .00 

10.00 

17 .00! 5 .00 
2.50 23.00 
5 .00! 5 .00 



2 .00; 
1.00 

2.50 
5.00 



2.00 
1.00 
2.50 
2.00 



3 .24 .58 

2 .50 3 .00 

1 .00 1 .00 

2 .00 i 2 .00 



2.00. 
13.40 

5.00L 
18 .00 1 . 

2.501. 

8.00l. 

2.00|. 

3.00. 



20.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 



197 .03 3 



15.00 
15.00 
20 .00 
15.00 

4.00 
30.00 
20.00 

7.00 



60 .00 
7.54 

10.00 
3.00 
1.00 



617.76 



2.00 
3.00 

T.66 

1.00 
5.00 

Too 



5.00 



1.50 



1.00 
2.00 
3.30 
3.00 
1.50 
4.00 
1.00 
2.00 



5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 



79.24 75.88 



10.50 
219 .68 
242 .00 
61.50 
50.95 
16.00 
24.00 
40.00 
52.50 
12.10 
58 .02 
51.50 
23 .00 
39.00 



22.50 
57 .30 
38.30 
83.20 
15.00 
58.00 
25.50 
18 .00 



110.00 

13.54 

18.00 

11.00 

1.50 



1,376.64 



•1914. 



STONE MOUNTAIN. 



Bethel 


W. W. Mvers 


4 


109 
58 
23 
70 
34 
60 
36 
21 

108 
42 
28 
66 
19 


34 
76 
40 
35 


S 


S 


1 


$ 




S 






Baptist Home 


G. W. Sebastian 






Chestnut Grove 


A. H. Absher . 


















Dehart 




















*Elk Spurr 


















Fair Plains 


W. W. Myers _. 




108 
60 












Flint Hill 




5 














Gapfield 


H. Miller 
















W. J. A. Blevins 




55 
89 








2.00 
1.00 

5.00 


! 1 .66 




Knobbs 


Grant Cothren. 












1 00 


Laurel Fork 


T. C. Lone 




43 
45 
40 













5 00 


Mountain Valley 


T. E. Blevins 


4 
3 
2 
1 















Mountain View, No.l 


W.'H. Key.. 
















Mountain View, No. 2 


W. J. A. Blevins 

I. C.Woodruff 


25 58 






L 








Mount Pisgah 


98 45 


1.00 


| 




1.00 




2.00 


*Mount Zion .. 


51 

128 
64 
39 
41 

115 
90 


35 










New Covenant .. 




5 

1 














New Light 


















*Oak Grove.. _ 




65 














*Oak Ridge 




















Piney Grove 


L. E. Sparks and I. C. 

Woodruff ._. . 

W. W.Myers 


2 
1 


56 
71 










4.80 




4.80 


Pleasant Ridge 












Roaring Gap 




57| 29 


2.00 
.25 






2.31 
.25 




5 31 


Riverside 




3 
3 


23L... 
33 50 








50 


Rock Springs 


W. H. Key— 










River View 


W. H. Key 














Stony Ridge.. . 


I. C. Woodruff 




34 
91 
106 
191 










1.55 




1.55 


♦Traphill 




4 
9 

8 


75 

100 
72 












Union 


G. W. Sebastian 

T. E. Blevins. 


1.35 

2.87 
5.12 






1.60 
2.13 


1 


2 95 


Walnut Grove ... 










5 00 


Collection at Asso. 










4.70 


9 82 




















Totals 


55 


1898 


1363 


12.59 








22.64 




5.70 





















•1914. 



122 



A8S0CIATI0XAL ST A TISTICtS 



STOXY FORK. 



Churches 



Pastors 



3 6 



TS.S 



<3 OS oqS oo^S 



Boone's Fork B. F. Wilcox 

_ _., J W. A. Pennell . 

Doe Ridge j Edinond Greene / | ' 

Elk G.W.Brown 3 

Laurel Fork E. M. Gragg j 

Mount Vernon J. M. Payne . 2 

Mount Ephraim I D.M.Wheeler 2 

, r . „ f Levi Greene 1 ! 9 

Mount Paran j j E Greene ] * 

Middle Cane W. N. Church __. 4 

•New River 

New Hopewell N. S. Hampton 8 

Poplar Grove J.M.Payne 2 

Rock Spring T. S. Robbms 60 

Watauga N. S. Hampton 4 89 

Yellow Hill W. F. Carlton 26 124 



46$ 

40.. 

•24 .. 

27.. 
125 
40 1 



32 75 

31 

49 
108 
108 



KS 



5.00$ 5.00$ 3.15 



7.00 
.75 



7.00 
.75 



59 

51 

50 
65 

-HI 

105 



cbS 



1.40$ $ 

1.50 



8.68 
.75 



8.01 



1.06 



1.65 



Totals 58 1155 747 13.81 12.75 12.58 



12.56 



'1913. 



SURRY. 



Antioch J. W. Simmons 

Central View J. H. Haynes.. 

Copeland L. W ; . Burrus... 

Calvary J- H. Haynes.. 



Dobson .. •'• W. Burchett.. 

Elkin R- P- Blevins.... 

Fair View T. 8. Draughn.. 

Friendship T. S. Draughn.. 

Gum Orchard J. W. Burchett-. 

Hill's Grove Alex Collins 

Hollow Springs J. H. Haynes.... 

Indian Grove C. C. Arlington. 

Ladonia A. .1. Williams... 

Macedonia J. W. Bryant — 

Mount Carmel J. H. Haynes... 

Mount Hermon T. S. Draughn.. 

Mount Zion -T. H. Haynes.... 

Mountain Park C. F. Fields 

New Bethel.... J. W. Chilton.... 

New Hope M. B. Phillips— 

Oak Grove C. E.Stone 

Piney Grove T. S. Draughn. . 

Richmond.. ■ Grant Cothen... 

Rockford J. W. Burchett.. 

Rockvford A. J. Williams... 

Ronda W. E. Liney 

Rock Hill W. C. James 

Salem J- Z. Adams 

Salem Fork J. Z. Adams 

Siloam M. H. Privetto.- 

Union Cross J. H. Haynes .... 

White Plains T. S. Draughn.. 



31 181 
1 01 
1 91 

56 

1 61 

32 250 
... 22 

5 37 

21 78 



... 130 

7 '.'7 

3 44 
... 120 

11 127 

4 73 
34 76 

;, 86 

1 10 

. . . 49 

... 29 

... 77 

11 123 

5 93 
1 52 
9 57 

14 42' 

... 41 

5 37 

4 74 

12 133 
1 4s 



60S 

ioo; 

55 

94.. 
134 
211 

67 

44.. 

53 

71 

70 

99 

39 _. 

63 

•■" 

66.. 
142 .. 
126 

34.. 

50.. 

43 

43 
148 

70 

~~31 

•76. 

\ 

80 

60. 



I ! I 

10.00$ 5.00$ 4.80$ ' 

1.00 ; 

1.00. l.oOl... 



2.00 

5.00. 

.50 



2.00 



1.00 



.50 



.50 



1.50 
1 .95 
5.00 
1.00, 



1.60 



5.00 

5.36 



1.00 
"2 "66 



.so 



19.00$. 

1.00.. 

2.00.. 

3.951 

2.00 
15.50 1 .. 

1.00.. 
... 



5.50. 
1.30. 
2.00. 
2.00. 
1.00. 
2.00. 
3 .55 



1.00 



12 .50 . 
3.00 



6.50 



1 .50 
1.00' 
2.00, 
1 .23 
1 .70 
7.00 



1.00 
1.50 



1.50 



1.00 
7.11 



5.60 



7.19 



.50 

2 .55 



1.80. 



Totals... -- - 21224072368 57.79:43.21 27.39 



.Ml 



3.50. 
2.50. 
1.50 
3.00. 
2 .65 . 
10 .00 . 
4.75 



1 .20 . 
1.00. 
5.00. 
1.43. 
3.00 



107,18 1.50 



•1914. 



TAR RIVER. 



14.55 
1.50 



30.69. 
2.25 



51.70 



38.80 
2.00 
4.50 
3.95 
7.50 

20.50 
2.50 



9.60 
3.25 
7.00 
4.80 
1.00 
10.00 
8.91 



12.50 
17.15 



4.50 
7.00 
2.50 
5.00 
10.99 
11.70 
24.54 



1.20 
1.50 
6.80 
3.98 

3.00 






Advance J- H.Barnes 

Bethany J 3. Marshall... 

.vamp W. X. Bobbitt- 

Bethlehem A. P. Mustian— 

da . J- P- Harris 

Bobbitt's Chapel— . W. X. Bobbitt- 

Browns. T. J. Taylor.... 

Bunn . . . tt I! Hartsel] 



57 

37 
150 

ss 

85 

34 
124 
172 200 



50 
81 
22 
65 
26 
62 



4.50$ 5.65$ 
2.50 

30.00 5.00 

11.00 2.85 
6.08 6.27 
8.50 

60.00 

19.78 15.18 



5.16$ 1.68$ 3.11 



10.001 
2.75| 
6 .53 
3 .25 
43 .00 
22 .26 



2.62! 15.38 



$ 



1.90 



15.12 

3.50 

51.57 20.00 

33.00 



1.30 
3.20 



12 .63 
4.38 



20.10 
2.50 
63.00 
19 Ml 
37.20 
16.25 
187.20 
94 .57 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



123 





TAR RIVER— Continued. 














Churches 


Pastors 


1 

« 


CO 

— CD 

2-9 

3 C 

OS 


o 
o 

x~ 

>.£ 

a a> 

ccS 


"3 
a 

a *» 2 
a o3 a 

o/S.2 

d co-2 


d 

CD o 

o.52 


M o 
'cd'co 

*- CO 


o 

M 

o 
CO 

03 o 

CI CO 

teg 


cd 
M 

03 

a 

03 
A 

a 
O 


eg 

'-3 03 
CO o 

•R 3 

-a-d 
OH 


4) 

Ed 

•a 
9 

T3 
CD 

60 
< 


"3 

o 
H 




E. R. Nelson 


13 
16 


102 


97 


$ 37 .39 831 .00 
50 .47! S 00 


$ 35 .22 
5.76 


$23 .00 


5 31.71 
3.02 


$ 
3.69 


$8.00 


$ 166.32 

67.94 
5.00 






137 163 
10 129 




A. P. Mustian . 


5.00 






G. M. Duke 


14 

6 
22 

7 
24 

5 
15 
10 

9 


355 145 














Corinth : 

Cypress Chapel 


J. F. Mitchiner 

0. W. Sawyer _. 


196 81 
195i 150 
145 j 68 
173; 119 
87 i 40 
2091 165 
145 47 


25.92 
15.75 


2 .00 ! 5 .00 
8 .29, 2 .48 


2.71 


15.80 


1 .00] 1 .00 


53.43 
26.52 
17.50 
37 60 




A. P. Mustian 


17.50 

17.00 










Ephesus 


J. E. Hocutt .__ 


1 .60! 2 .30 


2.00 
11.50 


16.70 
10.73 
93.98 
14.01 
289.61 






W. N. Bobbitt 


25.491 5.91 9 fW 




51.16 

208.19 

75.33 

1.021.43 






44.251 24.21 
41 .841 5 .07 
306.56 125.00 


35.75 
10.98 
188 .44 


5.00 

3.43 

50.00 


5.00 
50.32 






Henderson 

Hickory Rock.. 


Sam. L. Morgan 

G. M. Duke 


340 
37 
15 


280 




A. P. Mustian 


3 
3 
2 
14 
22 
4 


36 


5.00 
25.92 












5.00 

80 72 


Joyner's Chapel. . .. 


W. H. Hartsell 

E. R. Nelson 


202 179 
20 32 
146 117 
279 23S 
143 52 


10.50 16.20 




28.10 




Kittrell 


7 .501 I 2 .50 
93.08! 33.32 70.79 
189.59 339.13! 341.70 
56.00 25 in 31 45 




10.00 

269.11 

1,081.38 

198.61 

118 19 




A. B. Harrell 


2.37 
15.00 
5.00 


64.55 
163.41 
61.06 
14.47 


20.25 
12.00 


5.00 
12.30 
8.00 


Louisburg 


W. M. Gilmore 

T. J. Taylor.. 


Maple Springs 


G. M. Duke 


3 18.5 47 


77.31 

18.73 

32.00 

9.13 


10.38 
2.82 
15.00 


16.03 


Marmaduke 


C. T. Plybon... 


14 
2 


951 31 

74; 45 
109l 89 




1.50 
10.00 


23.05 
116.69 




E. R. Nelson.. 


25.00 




29.69 
3 23 


5.00 


Midway. 


J. W. Sledge... _. 


Mountain Grove 


J.H.Harper.. 


15 
4 
9 
1 
2 
3 

29 
21 
11 
51 


134 90 4 .00 


2.00 






2.00 






S 00 


Mount Hebron 


J. W. Sledge 


63 
170 

40 
196 
137 
140 

82 
214 
116 
213 
232 

89 
220 
181 
125 
344 
297 
157 
315 
100 
114 


40 
81 
















Mount Zion 


Ci. M. Duke 


27.00 






2.92 
16.75 
25.00 


1 00 








W. H. Hartsell 

Jno. Mitchiner 

D. F. Bunn 


77 16.10 


4 nni q Q5 




1.50 

5 00 


48.30 
176.44 
18 12 


New Bethel 


140 56.32 23.12 fis nn 


New Sandy Creek ... 


142 10.00 8.12 
203 15 .00 5 .00 








North Henderson 


C. F. Hudson .... 


10.25 










30 95 


Norlina 


E. R. Nelson 


102 25.30; 18.00 
15.40 2.00 


27.00 
1.80 










70 30 


Peach Tree.. 


0. W. Sawyer 






2.00 




20 20 


Pearce Ammi 


W. B. Harrington 

G. W. May 


148 
100 












51 .25 3 47 


2.75 
16.25 
2.20 




3.54 
5.00 
8.95 
1.48 


6.54 




67.55 
60.60 


Poplar Springs ._ 


W. H. Hartsell 

W. N. Bobbitt 


3 

1 

2 

24 


127 26.50! 12.85 
40 14.77i 3.25 


Quanke 






29 17 


Red Bud 


A. G. Willcox. 


67 25.00 ! 2.56 
60 20.00. 1.711 3.40 
67 8.29! 5.151 16.50 




3.00 


32.04 
25 11 


Reedv Creek 


A. P. Mustian 


Rock Spring 


W. H. Hartsell 










29 94 




W. H. Hartsell 

G. M. Duke_._ 


18 
7 

10 

34 
5 

14 


134 
117 
140 
500 
54 
50 


63 10 23 nnl s nn 





40.00 

3.28 

38.72 


4.25 
4.89 


2.62 


13S .35 


Sandy Creek. 


61.48 
12.50 
23.20 
10.00 
25 .00 


12.40 16.20 

7.23| 2.73 

25.00 


Sharon . 


W. B. Morton 


61 18 


South Henderson 


C. F. Hudson 






48 20 


Social Plains 


A. R. Gay 










10 00 


Sulphur Springs 




1 1.73 

5 .00 6 .23 
13 .00 30 .50 
22 .00 29 nn 


"T.53 
5.00 


5.00 
5.00 
9.00 
60.00 
283 .88 
1.75 


2 30 




34 03 


Turkey Branch 


A. G. Willcox 


2 38 


60 63 .20 
91 25.00 
136 47 .00 
106 135 .00 
181; 10.25 


2 .00, 3 .50 
2 .00 1 .55 

1 15.00 

10.00 11.00 
2.00! 


84 93 


Vaughn 

Warren Plains 


E. R. Nelson.. 

T. J. Taylor 


11 

6 
16 
9 


94 
134 
156 
149 


82.58 
166 00 


Warrenton 


T. J. Taylor 


79.19 
.85 


188 .37 
.85 


719 44 


White Level 


J. W. Sledge 


15 70 








Totals 


578 


8382 


5962 2 "34 49 


930 .62 


1 ,339 .65 


72.41 


1,473.96 




6,182.11 















Almond 

Alarka 

Antioch 

Bryson City 

Brush Creek 

Bone Valley 

Bethabara 

Buffalo 

Cold Spring 

Cheoah 

Chambers Creek 
Cable Branch.. 

Cedar Cliff 

Deep Creek 





TENNESSEE RIVER. 














J. H. Wilson... 

A. E. Lowe 


12 
16 
9 
4 
8 
16 
15 
1 


77 
70 
85 
258 
194 
105 
108 
17 


78$ 
75 
41; 
393 
49 
82.. 


1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
80.00 
1.00 


$ 1.00 
2.00 
1.00 

40.00 
6.00 

36.00 


$ 1 .00 


$ 


S 3.00 


8 


-? 


$ 6.00 
4.00 


T. D. Watson 


1.00 
76.00 
7.00 
3.00 


4.00 


1.00 

43.00 

3.00 

2.00 






4.00 


W. R. Beach 

W. L. Bradley... 








243 .00 
17.00 


John Hyde 






41 00 


T. D. Watson.... 


29 








A. Cornsilk _ 


25; 

78 

265.. 


1.00 
7.00 


1.00 
7.00 


1.00 
7.00 










3 00 


W. L. Bradley 


7 188 
199 

2 118 
35 102 

9 31 
10 79 




6.00 






27.00 


W. M. Pruitt.... 








A. E. Lowe . 


30 


1 












John Hvde 


35! 


1 












G. W. Slaughter 


90 














T. D. Watson 


12 


1 






.! 







124 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 





TENNESSEE RIVER— Continued. 












Churches 


Pastors 


| 
c3 

m 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


m 

a 

a o 

0.9 

as 


Foreign 
Missions 

Sunday School 
Missions 


U 

a 

a 
o 


03 -rs 
'■+3 "c3 

OH 


0> 

CO 

•a 
% 

-a 

09 

M 

< 


"3 

o 






6 


38 
103 
50 
99 
61 


68 I 2 .00 
46 1.00 


$ 

2.00 
1.00 


$ ! ? 


$ 


$ - 


t- 


$ 


Forneys Creek.- 




4.00 




7 


i .55 1 .66 


1.00 






5.00 


















*60 
















t J- rCHv 


T T~> Wnt.snn 


1 
13 

1 
23 

5 

7 


77 75 

61 155 

208! 62 

1S3 78 


















1.00 


1.00 
2.00 










2.00 




J E Roland. .- 


3.00 










5.00 




G. W. Slaughter 
















75 100 


















70 
44 
56 


34 


6.00 











6.00 


Mingus Creek 


W I Bishop 
















H J Hogue t 


75 
1i6 
















Noland Creek ___ 

Panther Creek 

Pleasant Grove. 

Powell Branch 




- 2 








11.00 






11.00 


H J Hogue 


155 89 

:;4 a 

24 21 
37 72 
68 *30 
206 1 70 
44; 94 
130! *24 
146| 93 
1 240 1 122 














H J Hogue 














C. W. Chelton 7 

E O Hall 








... 








1.00 




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




1.00 
















H. J. Hogue 13 

W T Truitt 




















5.00 














5.00 






9 
















S an + \V + 


3.00 














3.00 










13.00 






13.00 


Tennessee River 




6 85' 41 
ins 4' 1 


| 








8.00 

17.00 

1.00 






8.00 














17.00 




1 on 


1 .00 1 .00 

7.00.. - 7.01. 






4.00 








14.00 














316 4259 3199 112.00 109.00 101.00 

1 ! 1 


12.00 109.00 






443.00 








i 







•1914. 



THREE FORKS. 



Antioch 

Bethel 

Beaver Dam 

Bethany 

Beech Mountain — 
Boone 

Blowing Rock 



W. Swift .--,-■ 

.1. H. Farthing 

.7. II. Farthing 6 

G. W. Trivett.. 5 

I) A. (ircene 11 

J.M.Payne _ 9 

J. M. Payne 14 

Brushy "Fork... .. J. M. Payne. 2 

reek .. J. M. Payne 

Cool Spring.. 

Clarks Creek 

Elk Knob.... 

Elk Valley... 

Fall Creek- 
Flat Spring 



145 

141 
149 



84i$. 
66 
75 
58.. 

43 



11 .80| 11.75 
13.36 12.00 
i .50 



2.46$ $ 

11.98. 

89.30 J 

1.25 



20s 

106! 80 

126 90 

158 102 

113 105 



J. F. Eller 

Noah Hampton 3 

W. II. Michael.... 10 

K. L. Palmer 2 

R. L. Palmer 5 

I). A. Greene 12 

Forest*Grove~ L. A. Wilson 5 

Gap Creek D.M.Wheeler.. 9 

Howards Creek E. M. Gragg 

Laurel Springs. D. O. Ray. 

Laurel Knob C. 8. Farthing 

Meat Camp I. C. Miller.... 

Mount Gilead J. F. Eller 

Mount Lebanon - J. F. Eller 

Middle Fork L. C. Wilson 

Mount Calvary .1. H. Farthing.. 11 

at Grove L.A.Wilson 16 

> Valley Wm. Cannon 5 

Rich Mountain W. Swift 

Stony Fork I. C. Miller.... 

South Fork.. L. A. Wilson.. 

Mills ...! B. F. Wilcox.. 

on T. S. Bobbins 

Three Forks J. C. Carlton. 

Timbered Ridge J. F. Eller 

G. W. Trivett. 



125 50 

40 21. 

02 60 . 

92 60 

45 37 . 

S6 67 
149, 139 

96! 60 

65 72 . 
181 1 123 

48 50! 
111 123 

80 45 

76. 

73 

65 

93 

46. 

55. 

135 

56 

66 

45. 

52 

n 

120L 



1.97. 
13.10 
1.84 
1.311 
9.001 
2. 



3.28 
4.61 
1.29 

8.86 
2.67 



13.07 



1 .26 



2 .00! 2 .00 
12.33 12.32 
1 .00 1 .29 



11.93. 

43 .66 
3.12 



.90S. 
3.24j.. 
7.38.. 

1.25.. 

3.00.. 
69.53.. 
10.73.. 
22.59.. 
25.62 



2.00 



1 .26 . 
2.00. 



21.14 
2.00 
2.18 
2.50 

5.80 
3.11 
3.56 



4.56 

1.00 
2. IS 

T.41 
5.80 
3.83 



24 .65 
1.00 
3.00 
5.22 
1.00 
2. is 
2.83 
5.02 
1.80 
2.57 
7.68 



1.00 



1 .65 1 .7(i 
4 .43 4 .43 
1.00 



3.00 
1 .65 
4.43 



4.75! 
7.48 



4 .75 
4 .39 



4.75 
6.26 



1.65 
3.44 
5.00 
3.65 
2.00 

31.60 
2.78 
1.56 
9.61 
1.00 
6.15 
3.52 
1.67 

44.32 
6.70 
9.47 
5 

2.00 
2.30 
5.63 
3.00 



4.00 

2. 7L 



4.45 
1.36 



3.00 
18 .31 
7.35 



2.00! 



4.18 

4.35 



2.02 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS 



125 



THREE FORKS— Coxti.vued. 



Churches 


Pastors 


CO 

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Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


3 

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2 

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03 

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G. W. Trivett.. 




68 


68 


$ - 


$. 


15.00 


$. 


$ 6.45 
5.05 
1.10 


$ 


$ 


$ 6.45 






9 
10 


140 65 
94 68 


20.05 


Zion Hill 


G. W. Trivett 












1.10 








55 




































Totals 1 


204 4 190 2820 


131 .22 


94.62 


272 .07 


2.80 


338 .38 


3.36 


26.79 


869 .24 


1 











TRANSYLVANIA. 



Blue Ridge 


J. P. Corn 




48 
133 


40 

87 

242 

71 


$- 


% 


S .5o'$ 


$ .50 


% 


S 


S 1.00 




13 










Brevard 

Carrs Hill 


A. W. McDanieL. 


30 265 
19 133 
4 59 
9 105 


82.50 


91.70 
2.00 


100.00 10.00 
2.00. 


88.64 
5.00 


7.12 




379 .96 
9.00 












Catheys Creek 




122 


22.00 




5.01 




8.75 






35.76 






114 
51 

153 
72 
42 
144 
105 
154 
39 
125 
29 
30 
67 
89 
126 














30 
96 
107 






















11 


5.45 


2.85 
4.25 


3.35 
4.25 




5.00 
4.00 






16.65 
12.50 




J. N. Lee -. 




















3 
15 
11 


73 
46 
101 






7.48 










7.48 






1.00 
7.75 






2.03 
5.00 
3.40 
15.69 






3.03 






7.50 


12.50 - 






32.75 


New Prospect 


W. H. Nicholson.. 










3.40 




4 


72 




6.90 


3.25 


3.20 








29.04 










•Pleasant Hill 




















Rocky Hill 


J. E. Foster... 


3 

24 
6 
4 


49 




1.38 










1.38 


















W. A. Holcomb 


44 
40 
159 
60 












Turkey Creek 


















5 146 

9 14 


34.31 


7.16 


7.16 




10.66 






59.29 


Burnett Chapel 


Francis Presley 




















Totals 


170 2363 


1439 


159.51 


118.71 


146.83 


10.00 


148 .67 


7.12 


590.84 















•1914. 



TUCKASEIGEE. 





W. M. Pruitt. 


9 
14 

5 


93 

73 
76 
26 
75 
28 
47 
156 
49 
54 
118 
90 
105 
81 
100 
122 
45 
119 
156 
108 
2 9 7 


141 

80 
53 
56 
68 
35 


$ 


$. 


S 1.00 


t 


S 1.50 




s 


$ 2.50 




























Big Ridge 




















Buff Creek 


A. L. Beck 












2.50 






2.50 
























J. H. Owen 
























14 

7 


221 
40 
60 
45 
71 
94 
98 
95 
82 
64 
45 
207 
119 
128 
73 


5.90 


13.25 


12.75 




7.00 


3.25 




42.15 








Dillsboro 




















East Fork 


R. N. Deitz 

A. C. Queen 


18 
23 




1.27 






2.25 






3.52 


Hamburg 








.40 


.40 










1.9S 





1.98 




W. T. Potts 


12 
5 

3 

6 

13 

23 


6.00 










4.00 


10.00 




J. J. Lambert 

A. L. Beck 

W. L. Bradley 

L. F. Arrington 

R. W. Green.. 

J. B. Stalcup 

A. L. Beck 








3 .05 

1.85 

4.00 

23.00 




3.05 








1.35 

2.00 








3.20 


New Savannah 

Ochre Hill 


1.00 


1.00 
23.10 




1.00 


9.00 
46.10 
















5.00 
2.25 


2.28 
5.00 
1.30 






2.50 
12 .00 
5.13 






4.78 




5.00 
1.30 




22.96 


4 .25 


54.21 




O. P. Williams 


4 


128 
42 

133 
38 

129 

121 


9.98 










Sylva 


E. R. Harris 




179 
40 

108 
44 


18.32 


16.05 


13.50 


7.75 


27.87 


408 .84 


9.38 


501 .71 






28 
22 




Webster 


W. T. Potts 


23.50 
3.03 




5.00 




8.14 
.75 







36 .64 


Wilmot 


R. L. Cook 






3.78 



126 



ASSOCIA TIOXA L 8 TA TIS TICS 
TUCKASEIGEE— Cox-tinted. 



Churches 



Pastors 



o "3 

aba o - 



— >- - — - 
= ? 



08 * 9 



o o 



♦Wolf Creek ■ 12 152 88 I 

Yellow Mountain.... D.L.Miller 2 105 74. 



- J: T r t ~ J; .5 o.2 
pq _ 5 x S r. < § tSS 



_ 



Zion Hill R. N. Deitz. 



3 121 



Totals. i 223 2917 



3.06 



46. 



65.00 66.31 






41.90 



v. 

>> a 

C k 
3g 



2.16 



rn a 

"fc- ™ 

-C-3 

C3 



5.22 



7.75 105 .68 435 .05 19.03 740.72 



UNION. 



Antioch 

Austins Grove 

Bentons X Roads 

Bethel 

Corinth 

Deep Springs 

Ebenezer 

Fairfield 

Faulk?.... 

Hamiltons X Roads. 

Hermon 

Hopewell 

King Street 

Macedonia 

Marshville 

Meadow Branch 

Mill Creek 

Monroe 

Mount Harmony 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Olive 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Zion... _. 

Mountain Springs 

New Hope 

New Salem 

North Monroe 

Oak Grove 

Olive Branch 

Philadelphia 

Pleasant Hill 

Roanoke 

Sandy Ridge 

Sardis 

Shihh... 

Union 

L T nion Grove 

Wszhaw 

West Monroe 



A. 

W. 

A. 
J. 
R. 

R. 

M. 

A. 

E. 

A. 

K. 

M. 

K. 

M. 

D. 

C. 

E. 

L. 
I E. 
I R. 

D. 

M. 

K. 

E. 

A. 

W. 

E. 

R. 

J. 

R. 

A. 

J. 

R. 

J. 

D. 

M. 

A. 

K 

E 



C. Davis 2 

B. Holmes 12 

Marsh 32 

A. Bivens... ' 6 

M. Haigler 27 



M. Haider 10 

D. I . Preslar 34 

Marsh 16 

C. Snyder 3 

C. Davis 2 

W. Hogan 

D. L. Preslar 6 

W. Hogan 5 

D. L. Preslar 8 

M. Austin 12 

J. Black 43 

C. Snyder 53 

M. White 54 

C. Snyder.... 12 

W. Cato 19 

A. Brown.. 

D. L. Preslar 7 

M. Haigler 18 

('. Snyder 8 

Marsh 16 

B. Holmes 24 

C. Snvder 24 

M. Haigler 13 

S. Simpson 26 

H. James 31 

Marsh 15 

G. Gulledge 1 

H. Jaiucs 17 

G. Gulledge 31 

F. Helms 12 

. D. L. Preslar 8 

Marsh 16 

. \Y. Hogan 15 

C. Snyder 23 



75 
150 

86 
121 



75 60S 4.95S4.35I 2 .00 S 1 .00 ? 3.50$ $1.00$ 16.80 

62 150 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 12.00 

160 204 6.00 7.00 7.00 2.00 8.00 2.00 32.00 

7(i 5s 12.50 10.06 12.04 2.00 15.00 2.50 54.00 

167 156 S.00 8.00 6.00 1.00 12.50 2.50 38.00 

140 56 5.00 5.00 4.35 7.83 2.45 24.63 

142 123 7.00 5.00 5.20 1.00 10.13 2.00 30.33 

102 58 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 2.00 27.00 

236 137 12.50 10.00 10.00 20.20 5.00 57.70 

81 75 6.36 5.00 5.00 1.00 8.50 1.00 20.86 

4.5n 2.00 4.00 5.00 | 1.00 16.50 

18.30 16.15 22.39 1.00 19.30 ] 4.00 81 .14 

10.00 5.00 10.00. 30.00 2.50 5.00 62.50 

10.00 10.00 10.00 1.00 • 10.00 2.00 43.00 

70.00 75.00 60.00 10.00, 83.74 I 12.00 310.74 

70.13 15.00 130.47 I 5.90 336.65 

15.09 3.00 15.00 5.00 69.08 

447.36 20.00 41S.98 10 .00[ 20.00 1,255 .60 

20.00 1.00 30.00 I 5.00 96.04 

1.00 2.00 2.00 7.00 

10.60 13.00 36.85 

10.00 2.00 17.43 3.00 44.43 

1.00 2.00 I 1.00 8.00 

5.00 10.00 2.50 27.50 

1.00 1.50 .50 6.00 

3.00 6.00 '• 13.00 

2.00 1.00 15.00 2.00 27.00 

84 60 2.00 3.00 4.00 7.00 2 .TO 18.00 

17s 78 8.00 8.00 10.00 2.00 15.00. 4.00 47.00 

215 "\2 10.00 10.00 10.00 30.00 5.00 65.00 

131 84 5.00 3.00 5.00 7.50 .37 20.87 

47 46 2.00 2.00| 3.00 3.00 1.00 11.00 

131 94 3.50 4.00 4.00 8.50 20.00 

102 47 2.0(1 5.00 . . 5.00 12.00 

190 101 20.00 20.00 20.00 5.00 25.00 5.00 95.00 

130 110 20.00 20.00 20.00 56.62 6.00 122.62 

132 110 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 26.00 

157 159 5.00 5.00 5.00. 15.00 2.50 32.50 

ISO 135 18.45 11.45 10.75 1.00 42.10 2.00 85.75 



30 
85 
60 
106 
216 174 
374 466 
290 85 
451 287, 
114' 
86 



212 

69 

89 
110 83 

59! 40 
128 93 

39 .... 

84 41 
120 110 



60.00 


55 .05 


13 .00 


18.09 


200.00 


139.26 


20.00 


20 .00 


1.00 


1.00 


8.00 


.". .25 


6.00 


6.00 


2.00 


2.00 


5.00 


5.00 


2.00 


1.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


5.00 


2.00 


3.00 


8.00 


8.00 



Totals 64755904011 604.06 521.66 853.91 71.00 1,129.80 14.50 121.22 3,316.15 







WEST BUXCOMBE. 














C. E. Jervis.... 

C. E. Jervis.... 

C. E. Jervis 

J. H. McCurry 

J. H. McCurry 

J. M. Haynes 


141 115!$ 10.00* 6.00 

... 85 SI _ 2.00 

2 91 90 6.64 1.00 
is 37 


$ 10.00 
5.00 


525 .00 \% 110.00 
7.31 


$ $ 


-5 161.00 


Zion Hill 


14.31 






11.00 




19.64 
















2 92 64 






7.00 





7.00 


Long Branch 














4 501 477 16.64 9.00 


15.00 


25 .00 135 .31 




201 .95 













ASSOCIATIONAL ST A TISTICS 



127 



WEST CHOWAN. 



Churches 


Pastors 


a 

IS 

a 


O, 

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J3 a 

S3 


o 

o 
js a 

la 

3 ° 


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O +> m 
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Ahoskie -- 


C. L. Dowell 


2 
13 

8 


478 
408 
214 

71 
321 
201 
166 
241 
120 
327 
155 
217 
170 
179 
468 
353 
258 
279 
375 
270 
118 

72 

46 
138 
152 
125 
114 
196 
172 
190 
269 
111 
246 
126 
334 

50 
512 
220 
145 
106 
261 

50 
118 
238 
403 

88 
239 

90 
285 
735 
400 
171 

73 
176 
146 
166 
158 
170 


373 
315 
228 
124 
126 
120 
112 
189 
101 
122 
158 
141 

80 
199 
184 
208 

84 
103 

80 
103 

85 
114 

"61 
82 
75 
80 
150 
120 

"263 
122 
144 
171 
202 
61 
180 
153 
98 
80 
70 

~140 
150 

99 
110 
150 

77 
159 
466 
173 
102 

97 
190 

93 
117 

64 
145 


$ 163.23 
178 .00 
50.86 
30.00 
25.00 
60.00 
36.97 
220 .90 
150 .00 
43.50 


$ 166.07 
152.37 
14.41 
20.00 
25.00 
33.00 
31.85 
106 .37 
133 .75 
35.25 


$ 192.70 
330 .46 
24.77 
30,00 
45.00 
60.00 
39.87 
181.47 
160.00 
58.10 
2.00 
90 70 


S10.00 
10.00 

10.12 


$ 240.63 
195 .73 
50.89 
29.70 
12.90 


$40.74 

40.00 

2.82 

6.00 

5.00 

22.00 

1.00 

25.00 

38.00 

10.00 

3.56 


$20 .00 
20.00 

4.70 
11.00 
5.00 
1.00 
15.00 
10.00 
5.00 
2.85 


$ 832 .87 




D. Cale.. 


143 75 




D. P. Harris 


130 52 


Bethany... 

Bethlehem 


J. O. Alderman 

C. L. Dowell 

S. N. Watson 


7 
1 


123 .90 
180 .00 




7.86 


5.00 
230 .56 
236 .00 

68.91 

20.00 
154.64 

51.92 

60.00 
152 .23 
315 .31 

19.31 
169 .70 

14.00 
8.16 

22.22 


115 69 




L. E. Dailev 




779 30 


Chowan 


S. N. Watson 

M. P. Davis 


1 
10 
10 

8 
20 

2 
16 

1 

12 
20 
12 
17 

6 
23 


727 .75 
228 62 


Creeksville. . ... _ 


J. W. Downy... 

Jesse Blalock. 

R. B. Lineberry. ... 

C. L. Dowell 

R. B. Lineberry 

D. P. Harris 


28 41 




53.60 
34.63 
41.00 
105 .77 
119.89 
37.25 
27.50 
26.00 
30.00 
29.51 


78.00 
36.70 
20.00 
72.96 
55.30 
23.75 
19.55 
16.00 
25.50 
24.10 


8.00 6.90 
8 .50 3 .50 
8 .00 7 .00 
18.65] 11.20 
20 00 1n m 


391 84 


Christian Harbor, . 
Center Grove 


46.88 

38.751 

108 .83, 3.25 
100 00 


182.13 
174.75 

472 89 






Capeharts 

Elain. 


D. P. Harris 

K. D. Stukenbrok.. 
D. Cale 


30.00 
31.25 
25.00 
31.00 

27 .50 


7.00 


5.00 
7.70 


5.00 
3.30 


120.31 

259.00 

88 00 




N. J. Todd 


5.00 
6.00 


4.00 
5.00 


103 66 


Hebron 


E. F. Sullivan 

M. P. Davis 


114.33 


Hillside 




10.00 
30.00 
44.80 
15 .00 
43.71 
18.45 
30.00 
35.00 
75.00 
22.34 
184.64 
115.48 
40.00 
16.00 
147.41 
33.70 
16.52 
23.80 
39.80 
1.28 
55.08 
60.00 
43.32 
6 02 


5.00 
25.00 
35.08 

8.00 
45.58 

7.75 
15.00 
15.00 
50.00 
34.29 
184 .48 
74.36 
40.00 

8.00 
57.24 
23.44 

5.76 
17.00 
43.25 

1.90 
42.07 
41.96 
25.20 


5.00 
30.00 
50.06 
12.00 
39.37 
23 .'88 
15.00 
35.00 
92.00 
72.26 

178.48 

124 .75 
40.00 
12.00 
74.86 
38.13 
24.65 
19.40 
38.65 
.92 
58.56 
58.22 
55.39 
11.70 

261 .75 
9.46 
50.00 
60.00 
40.00 
27.00 
2.00 

136.37 
18.00 
67.94 
71.24 
72.38 


5.13 

"io'66 


2.00 
17.55 
37.07 

7.00 
131 .02 
50 00 


2.00 
5.00 


2.00 
6.00 


26.00 


Harrellsville 






113.55 


Holly Grove 


J. F. Cale 


1 

9 
5 

8 
3 


167.01 


Holly Springs 


T. T. Speight 

K. D. Stukenbrok.. 

J. F. Cale.. _. 

D. Cale 

D. P. Harris 

T. L. Brown 


5.00 
10.10 


7.20 
7.00 


47.00 
282.11 


Kelford.. 


107 .08 


Lasker 


24.00 
19.50 
40.00 




84.00 


Lawrences 

Lewiston 


5.00 
10 00 


5.00 
10.00 
5.00 

~"5"66 
4.00 
1.00 
5.00 
4.00 


114.50 
267 .00 


Menola 

Mount Tabor 

MURFREESBORO 

Meherrin 

Margarettsville 


E. F. Sullivan.. 

C. W. Scarborough . 

T. C. Keaton.. 

E. F. Sullivan 

Jesse Blalock 

H. H. Honeycutt... 
K. D. Stukenbrok.. 

J. 0. Alderman 

C. L. Dowell 

J. W. Downey 


7 
15 

1 
25 

2 

29 
17 
14 

2 
16 

1 

9 

7 


53.32 
283 .10 
94.87 
30.58 


8.31 
34.00 
16.41 
9.00 
5.00 
18.27 
5.00 
5.00 


195 .52 
864.70 
435 .87 
164 .58 
45.00 


Mars Hill 

Mount Carmel. . 

Merry Hill 

Oak Grove 


5.44 

5.00 

5.35 
5.76 

37.00 


195 .35 
27.78 
5.61 
23.50 
34.98 
1.54 
68.58 

182 .62 

107 .50 
11.26 

212.91 
19.90 


494.13 
138 .49 
61 .54 
83.70 


Pleasant Grove 

Pine Forest 


10.00 


5.00 


171.68 
5.64 


Powells ville 

Potecasi 

Republican 


H. H. Honeycutt... 

J. W. Downey 

T. L. Brown 


28.67 

10.00 

7.00 

1.87 

25.66 


5.00 

2.16 
6.78 


257 .96 
357 .80 
238.41 


Riverside 




18 
4 
3 

30 
14 


38.36 


Robert's Chapel 
Roanoke 


L. E. Dailey 

D. Cale 


236.16 
6.69 
40.00 
75.20 
40.00 
22.00 
2.00 
88.25 
27.53 
70.00 
56.33 
46.00 


187.15 
2.00 
33.00 
40.00 
40.00 
11.00 
2.00 
63.01 
15 .00 
50.00 
71.03 
72.43 


936.17 
38.05 


Rich Square 


J. F. Cale 


60.00 
45.43 
41 00 






183 .00 


Ross's 

Sandv Run 


R. B. Lineberry 


5.00 
in nn 


5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
2.00 
9.00 
7.21 

1.65 
5.00 


230.63 
181 .00 


St. John's.. 




12 
3 
9 
9 


28.42 4.40 

2 .00] 2 .00 

186 00 1S m 


97.82 


Siloam... 




12.00 


Severn.. 


Jesse Blalock. 

K. D. Stukenbrok.. 
S. N. Watson 


534 .63 


Seaboard. 

Union... 


20.00 
75.00 
45.71 
53.53 


8.00 
15.00 
1.06 
5.51 


95.74 
187 .94 


Winton. 


T. S. Crutchfield.... 




246 .42 


Woodland 


J. W. Downev 


1 

463 


254 .85 


Totals... 


12,678 


7798 3, 277 .12,2,481 .91J3, 580 .70 


121.91 


4,296.44 


567.73 


275 .45 


14601 .26 









128 



ASSOCIATIOXAL 8TA TISTICS 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Churches 



Pastors 



■La - 
£3 



iS 



Andrews T. F. Deitz. 



94 


40 


270 


143 


29 


55 


318 


141 


64 


51 



6 284 

*BetheL;... 18 72 

•Bethesda 29 

Boiling Springs J. L. Mulkey... 9/ 

Brasstown J. H. Green 28 12/ 

Fires Creek. M. H. Barker. 12 75 

*Glade ?9 

Hayesville A.B.Smith o 

Hanging Dog J.T.Piatt 13 

Junaluska J. M. Lee 1 

Marble Springs J. S. Stanberry 19 

Mission Hill W. S. Cassida 

Mount Pleasant A. B. Smith 

Mount Pisgah H. J. Brown 

Mount Zion M. L. Lun 

Murphy A. C. Sherwood 4 

Martin's Creek 2 

Nantahala E. G. Lsdford. - 38 

Oak Grove M. H. Barker 12 

Philadelphia J. T. Piatt 

Pine Log J.H.Green 9 

Peaehtree. E. G. Ledford 4 

Red Marble W. A. West 133 

•Shiloh ' 

Tusquittee E. G. Ledford 22 

Topton... J. S. Stanberry... 34 

•Upper Peaehtree 31 

Valley River Algia West 13 212 



26 
52 
50 
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120.00 



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s 


'C 3 


-3 


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S 27.00S S5.00S 98.00 



5.48. 



5.20 
1 .50 



10.47 
9.00 



S.00 
).00 



79 "158 
149 60 



8.00 
2.00 
8.00 
3.00. 
3.00 
31.00 14.50 
1 .00 .75 
5.25 5.25 



8.00 
2.00 
S.00 
3.00 



8.00 
9.00 
1.59 
8.00 
.75 
8.00 
3.00 



1.87 
5.85 



5.48 
5.20 
2.50 



2.00 
4.93 



19 .32 
1.00 
5.25 



3.00 1.00 

4.00 

.60 

31.13 2.00 



1.00 



229 121 

82 



7.00 
.78 



1.00 
1.68. 

7.00; 

.78, 



1.00 



7.00 
.79 



4 .25 
1 .00 . 
.65 
1.30 
8.15. 



1.17 



30 .34 
37.88 

1.59 
24.00 

4.75 
28.00 
13.00 

3.60 
97.95 

2.75 
20.00 

1.00 

4.92 

2.98 
31.40 

2.35 









.1. 




24 


2.00 
1.00 


2.00 
1.00 


2.00 L 


6.00 


69 


1.00 1. 


3.00 


75 _. 


i . 





95 



7.70 5.35 5.35 1.00 19.40 



Tota lg 184 2799 2337 127.20 104.11 101.05 



94.28 19.35 445.99 



♦1914. 



WILMINGTON. 



Atkinson 

Barlow's Chapel 

Bear Branch 

Bethlehem 

Burgaw 

Canetuck 

Caswell 

Centerville 

Emma's Chapel 

Harmony. 

Haw Bluff 

Ivanhoe... 

Jacksonville. 

Long Creek 

Masonboro. 

Moore's Creek 

Mount Holly 

Nat Moore 

Olivett 

Riley's Creek. 

Riverside 

Salem 

Seagate 

Shiloh 

y 

Wallace... 

Watha 

Well's Chapel 

Willard 

Wilmington, First 

THSIDE 

C W.VARY 

r Park 

Wrightsboro 



W. B. Rivenbark 

T. J. Baker 

K. M. Bilburn— 
E. L. Weston 
E. L. Weston 
E. L. Weston 

A. L. Goodrich 
E. L. Weston 
C. H. Cashwell 

B. G. Early 
W. M. Kelly 
A. L. Go 
R. M. VonMiller 
A. D. Carter 



Totals. 



J. H. Dobson 
R. M. VonMiller 
A. D. Carter 
T. J. Baker 
T. J. Baker 
E. L. Weston 
R. M. VonMiller 
O. N. Marshall 
A. L. Goodrich 
('. V, Brooks 
C. V. Brooks 
R. M. VonMiller 
J. H. Booth.. 
8. B. Wilson 
W. M. Craig 
W. '■■ Hal] 
J. A. Sullivan 
\V. M. Craig 
W. B. Rivenbark 




ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 



129 



YADKIN. 



Churches 


Pastors 


| 

a 

« 


Church 
Membership 
Sunday School 
Membership 


State and 

Associational 

Missions 


3 

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tl c 

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S. F. Martin 


14 
9 
1 

21 


269 
138 
69 
127 


202 
108 

54 
157 
116 
120 
127 

87 


$ 65.85 
12.00 

8.00 

3.00 
21.57 

6.96 
17.80 
10.00 

2.00 

5.00 
1.00 
8.35 
2.75 
1.00 
1.00 
4.00 
9.44 
1.27 
4.13 
2.00 

3.00 
5.00 


$10 .00 
20.00 
3.00 
18.00 
9.59 
6.00 
5..06 
5.00 
19.01 
2.00 


$ 15 .00 
2.00 
3.17 
2.00 

22.28 
6.82 
2.90 
5.75 

20.25 
2.00 

10.57 
5.39 


$ 

1.48 
30.10 


$ 10.00 

5.00 

2.00 

8.19 

25.90 

15.04 

22.50 

53.00 

22.85 

2.00 

14.04 

5.10 

1.50 

35.75 


$ 6.00 
...... 


$13.50 

4.30 

1.00 

6.25 

12.00 


$ 120.35 
43.30 
17.17 
37.44 
92.82 
34 82 


Bean Shoals 


R. P. Coram 

D. W. Littleton. 

R. P. Coram 






E. W. Turner 




219 
268 


Deep Creek 


S. S. May 

J. W. Bryan 


9 


East Bend... 


5 
17 

5 
14 
18 

6 


119 
198 






78 36 




J. T. Kirk 






73 75 


Forbush 


J. N. Binkley 

M. H. Prevette 

E. W. Turner 


134 114 
105] 112 
2541 194 
91 73 
113 40 






64.11 






1.00 


7.00 
35 23 


Flat Rock 




B. F. Rollins... 


5.19 






20 68 




T. A. Caudle 




1.00 


3.50 
67 71 


Jonesville.-. 


R. P. Blevins 


35 


114i 136 


13.96 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 

6.50 
3.05 

10.00 
1.50 
2.50 
2.00 


5.00 


4.65 


Mountain View... ... 


W. V. Brown 


11 
11 

1 
6 
8 


761 87 
100| 70 
104 86 






4 00 


*Oak Grove 


A. T. Pardue 




2.00 
3.00 
11.00 
16.39 
3.00 
6.24 
4.37 
4.00 
17.48 
5.00 






4 00 




T. C. Myers 


1 .00 

16.001 

1.00 

2.50 

2.00 1 

1.19 




2.00 
5.00 






T. C. Myers 


79 
253 
120 
258 
122 
32 
80 
55 


85 
161 
95 
67 
50 
60 
82 
86 


36.00 
33 33 


Sandy Springs 


S. S. May 


Shady Grove 


J. W. Bryan 






9 82 




J. N. Binkley 


23 
4 
5 






12 37 








1.70 




West Bend 


0. Martin 

J. L. Riddle 


5 50 




2.50 1 _ 




1.00 




Yadkinville 


W. V. Brown 


3 


12 00 








--- 








Totals 


226 34972569 


205.74 


145.61 


129.32 


36.23 


295 .35 


6.00 


48.75 


867 .00 




"" 









YANCEY. 





S. L. Ponder 

D. W. White 


2 
23 
69 
60 

4 
16 

4 
42 
15 

1 
12 


55 

270 
300 
94 
57 
87 
130 
174 
170 
62 
60 
82 
34 
182 


7C 
17l 
150 
70 
50 
57 
87 
70 
65 
US 
57 
71 


$ 


J 


$ 

78.17 
1.00 


2.00 


94.00 
6.00 


5.00 


5.00 
2.07 


459.17 
10.55 


BUBNSVILLE 

Bald Creek 


125 .66 iso .66 

! 1.48 


Bald Mountain 


Joe Ramsey.. .. .. .. 


Blue Rock 


B. B. Riddle 


I 2 .66| 1 .66 

5 .00 5 .00 
2 .00 2 .00 

2.00 

50.00, 10.00 


1.00 
5.00 
3.00 
2.00 
10.00 










4 00 


Bowlin's Creek 


B. B. Riddle 




3.00 
5.00 
2.55 
5.00 
2.00 






18 00 


Browns Creek 


J. C. Thomas 






12 00 


Byrds Chapel 


J. H. Hughett 






6 55 


Cane River ... 


S. T. Hensley 






75 00 


Coffee Ridge 


J. D. King . . 


15.00 








17 00 


Concord 


G. L. Ray 














Double Island.. _ '... 












4.75 






4 75 


Enon 


W. L. Edwards 


















Elk Shoal 


R. D. Ponder 


3 
1 

9 
2 

25 
6 


80 






5.63 
1.00 




6.00 
8.17 






11 63 


Indian Creek ._ 


J. D. King 


46! 40 


1.00 




1.00 








11 17 


Ivy Gap 


W. L. Edwards. .. . 
S. C. Briggs 


81 
52 
184 
143 
99 
26 


65 
70 
88 
97 
70 
50 








Jacks Creek. . 


2.00 


3.00 


2.66 




2.00 
6.50 
3.00 
1.00 
1.50 
2.00 


% 




9.00 


Laurel Branch 


W. P. Robertson 

R. D. Ponder 


5 .00 5 .00 


5.00' 






21.50 


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3 00 


Mount Mitchell 


M. F. McMahan 


1 .00| 1 .00 
.50 .50 


1.00 

.50 

1 00 






4.00 


Peterson's Chapel 


8. T. Hensley 


8 
1 

19 
12 
7 

10 
14 




3 00 


Prices Creek 




82 1 60 
157; 100 
78 38 


1.00 


2.00 








Pleasant Grove . 


W. B. Mull 












Pleasant Valley 


W. L. Edwards 

S. T. Hensley 


















Riverside 


51 
65 
56 


50 
51 


2.00 
2.00 


5.00 
5.00 


5.00 
2.00 




2.00 
5.00 






14 00 


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Aaron Shuford. 

Wvatt Roberson 

B. B. Riddle 






14 00 


Upper Shoal Creek.. 








Windom 


25 


77 


4.00 


3.00 


2.66 




2.00 
2.45 
2.00 






11 00 


Youngs Chapel ._ 














2 45 


Zion. 


•S. T. Hensley 


18 
4 
2 

379 


84 
185 
71 


50 
73 

75 


2.00 


5.00 


5.00 










Crabtree... 


R. W. King 








Fairview 




























._ . 














Totals... 


3242 2166 


219.50 


201. 98 ' 130 sn 


2.00 


165.92 


5.00 


7.07 


731 .77 






I 




1 





130 



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138 WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



Woman's Missionary Union 



Contribu- 

Associations and Superintendents. Societies, tions. 

Ashe — Mrs. George M. Reeves, Beaver Creek 3 $ 17.70 

Beulah — Mrs. C. M. Murchison, Yanceyville 13 284.84 

Bladen — Mrs. H. C. Bridger, Bladenboro 7 73.25 

Brushy Mountain — Miss Nan M. Welborn, Wilkesboro 5 86.75 

Brunswick — Mrs. I. D. Harrelson, Winnabow 20 131.63 

Buncombe — Miss Annie L. Logan, Asheville 21 2,111-79 

Cape Fear-Columbus — Mrs. J. J. Hendren, Chadbourn 8 157.38 

Carolina — Mrs. J. F. Brooks, Hendersonville 6 137.33 

Caldwell— Mrs. J. A. Boldin, Lenoir 12 111.52 

Catawba River — Mrs. J. Ernest Erwin, Morganton.. 6 148.69 

Central— Mrs. J. W. Whitfield, Creedmoor 49 2,705.98 

Cumberland— Mrs. J. Martin Graham, Godwin 22 371.50 

Chowan— Mrs. W. R. Haight, Belhaven 32 1,492.32 

Eastern— Miss Macy Cox, Magnolia 57 1,262.29 

Flat River— Mrs. John Webb, Oxford 35 1,374.67 

French Broad — Mrs. R. L. Moore, Mars Hill 11 140.78 

Green River — Miss Clara Morris, Union Mills 5 220.66 

Haywood — Mrs. J. R. Morgan, Waynesville 10 188.60 

Johnston— Mrs. B. A. Hocutt, Clayton 35 . 716.62 

Kings Mountain— Mrs. William Archer, Shelby 30 532.51 

Liberty— Mrs. P. S. Vann, Lexington 17 704.99 

Little River— Miss Mattie Bain, Coats 21 435.14 

Montgomery— Mrs. W. L. Wright, Troy 8 156.80 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus— Mrs. J. D. Withers, Charlotte 42 2,790.49 

Mount Zion — Mrs. C. L. Haywood, Durham 43 2,620.90 

Neuse-Atlantic— Mrs. C. W. Blanchard, Kinston 33 1,434.32 

Pee Dee— Mrs. L. L. Henry, Wadesboro 35 1,274.16 

Piedmont — Miss Mollie Patterson, Greensboro 29 2,125.15 

Pilot Mountain— Mrs. J. J. Roddick, Winston-Salem. 35 1,866.68 

Raleigh— Mrs. T. B. Davis, Zebulon 40 2,052.00 

Roanoke— Mrs. W. E. Daniel, Weldon 46 2,077.19 

Robeson— Mrs. R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton 75 1,828.68 

Sandy Creek— Mrs. P. H. St. Clair, Sanford 40 1,018.54 

Sandy Run— Mrs. A. H. McDaniel, Forest City 25 540.93 

South Fork— Mrs. H. B. Moore. Gastonia 41 1,187.79 

South River— Mrs. S. A. Howard, Salemburg 21 315.00 

South Yadkin— Mrs. C. S. Cashwell, Statesville 26 804.86 

Stanly- 1 103.16 

Surry— Mrs. J. H. Thorpe, Elkin 6 33.92 

South Mountain — 1 2.45 

Tuckaseigee — Mrs. C. L. Allison, Sylva 3 15.00 

Tennessee River— Mrs. W. R. Beach, Bryson City... 7 75.97 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 139 

Contribu- 

Associations and Superintendents. Societies, tions. 

Tar River — Mrs. W. W. Parker, Henderson 54 $1,142.00 

Three Forks — Mrs. D. F. Horton, Vilas 4 75.97 

Union — Mrs. F. B. Ashcraft, Monroe 16 531.80 

West Chowan — Miss Willie Lambertson, Rich Square 104 3,241.88 

Wilmington — Miss Florence Whitney, Wilmington.. 37 1,784.65 

Western — Mrs. H. M. Whitakers, Andrews 3 20.70 

Yadkin — Miss Delia Woodhouse, Boonville 8 81.08 

Yancey — 4 93.90 

Total 1212 $42,548.86 

To Judson Centennial and Home Church Building Fund. . . 6,273.67 

Grand total $48,832.53 



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142 FOREIGN MISSIONARIES 

NORTH CAROLINA MISSIONARIES OP THE FOREIGN MISSION 
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Name and Location. Date of Going Out. 

Bryan, R. T. ( Shanghai, China 1885 

Britton, T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Britton, Mrs. T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Bostick, Rev. G. P., Pochow, China 1889 

Crocker, W. E., Chinkiang, China 1899 

Greene, Mrs. G. W., Canton, China 1891 

Lanneau, Miss Sophie, Soochow, China 1907 

Newton, W. C, Hwanghien, China 1903 

Price, Miss Lottie, Shanghai, China 1894 

Tatum, E. F., Shanghai, China 1888 

Herring, D. W., Cheng Chow, China 1885 

Dozier, Mrs. C. K., Fuknoka, Japan 1906 

Justice, J. M., Buenos Aires, Argentina 1908 

Abernethy, Miss Gertrude, Chefoo, China 1908 

Mclntyre, Miss Lila, Cheng Chow, China 1908 

Bryan, Miss Catherine, Yangchow, China 1908 

Spainhour, Miss Lettie, Yangchow, China 1909 

Tipton, Mrs. W. H., Wuchow, China 1909 

Anderson, Mrs. P. H., Canton, China 1910 

Bostick, Rev. W. D., Pochow, China 1910 

Bostick, Mrs. W. D., Pochow, China 1910 

Cox, Miss Laura Virginia, Guaymas, Mexico 1910 

Leonard, Rev. C. A., Laichifu, China 1910 

Willingham, Mrs. Foy Johnson, Kokura, Japan 1911 

Hipps, Rev. J. B., Shanghai, China 1913 

McMillan, Rev. H. H., Soochow, China 1913 

McMillan, Mrs. H. H., Soochow, China 1913 

Johnson, Miss Pearl, Shanghai, China 1915 

NORTH CAROLINA STUDENTS— SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEO- 
LOGICAL SEMINARY, LOUISVILLE, KY. 

C. B. Austin, W. J. Banks, J. A. Baucom, I. E. Belch, F. A. Bob 
bitt, H. F. Brinson, L. L. Carpenter, J. R. Carroll, A. G. Carter 
Fred Cochran, N. C. Coggin, L. O. Corbett, W. H. Davis, V. E. Dun 
can, J. B. Eller, J. A. Ellis, R. S. Fountain, Ira Freeman, L. Q 
Haynes, F. C. Helms, S. C, Hilliard, G. C. Kirksey, R. S. Lennon 
E. T. Mangum, E. I. Olive, F. K. Poole, E. J. Rogers, Clarence Ross 
H. C. Sears, C. R. Sorrell, G. T. Tunstall, J. B. Turner, T. P. Wil 
liams, I. C. Woodward, O. W. Yates. 

TRAINING SCHOOL. 
Miss Alda Grayson, Miss Sue Thomas. 



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144 STATISTICAL SUMMARY 

Statistical Summary 



The average reader has not the time to study statistical tables in 
detail. I venture here to summarize the facts of the preceding pages 
as nearly as I can in a short space. 

In closing this my eighth annual report as Statistical Secretary, I 
wish again to thank the clerks and pastors for their co-operation: 
I have used such information as was furnished by associational 
clerks. Many of these reports came in during the last days of No- 
vember, rendering completeness impossible. I failed to get reports 
from the clerks of the Liberty-Ducktown, South Mt., and South River. 
This is the nearest to an up-to-date report made by North Carolina 
Baptists. I used 1914 data for these three Associations as well 
as for 67 churches in other Associations. 

More than 300 churches made no report, or incomplete reports, 
to their Associations. To each of these we tried to send an appeal 
for a report on a stamped post card. We received 146 replies. 

These facts are taken from associational reports. These close at 
dates from May to November, while the Convention year closes 
November 23rd. Surely, then, no one would expect the amounts re- 
ported in the statistical tables to be the same as in Treasurer Dur- 
ham's annual report. 

CHURCHES AND MEMBERSHIP. 

There are on the rolls of the 64 Associations 2,136 churches. By 
using data for 1914 from three Associations named above and from 
67 churches in other Associations we report a membership of 268,- 
088. There are 19 other churches carried on associational rolls that 
have not reported membership in from two to six years. These possi- 
bly have a membership of 1,000. The reported gain in membership 
is 11,489, and in number of churches 43. 

BAPTISMS. 

By the grace of the Lord and the work of the brotherhood we have 
broken all records in baptisms. This year we have had 17,903. 
This is a gain of 3,187 over last year and 4,639 over 1913. But there 
is a sad side, too. There are 573 churches reporting no baptisms 
this year. If they had equalled the average church named above, 
we would have had 24,000 baptisms this year. 

CONTRIBUTING AND NON-CONTRIBUTING CHURCHES. 

It is well to consider "liabilities" as well as "assets." Many 
churches are doing nothing for the several objects. These are 
"liabilities" of the denomination until we induce them to co-operate 
with the other churches in the larger affairs of the Kingdom. When 
studying the non-contributing churches, remember I have included 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY 145 

therein the 67 churches whose 1914 membership was used and the 
19 churches for which there is no data. It would be fair to add 
about 60 to each first group and subtract the same from the last. 

Below we give the number of churches that gave to the several 
Convention objects and those that did not. The first number is 
churches contributing to the several objects, and the last those re- 
porting no contributions: To some Convention object, 1,819—307; to 
State Missions, 1,622—514; to Home Missions, 1,511—625; to Foreign 
Missions, 1,524—612; to Sunday School Missions, 549—1,587; to Or- 
phanage, 1,599—537; to Christian Education, 774—1,362; to Minis- 
terial Relief, 877—1,259. 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO CONVENTION OBJECTS. 

The amount reported for Convention objects is as follows: State 
Missions, $50,214.44; Home Missions, $31,341.96; Foreign Missions, 
$49,542.26; Sunday School Missions, $3,040.17; Orphanage, $54,550.47; 
Christian Education, $15,018.34; Ministerial Relief, $4,488.30; Total, 
$208,195.94. This is an aggregate gain of $13,536.26. In Sunday 
School Missions many churches report "Missions in the Sunday 
School" for "Sunday School Missions." In this way $1,128.12 was re- 
ported for Sunday School Missions that came into Treasurer Dur- 
ham's hands for the other Mission objects. 

ASSOCIATIONS LEADING. 

We give first and second place in each item. Number of churches: 
Neuse-Atlantic, '63; Roanoke, 62. Membership of churches: West 
Chowan, 12,678; Chowan, 10,842. Baptisms: Pilot Ml, 780; Roanoke, 
765. Number Sunday Schools: West Chowan, 67; Pilot Mt., 62. 
Membership of Sunday Schools: Mt. Zion, 8,313; Pilot Mt, 8,034. 
Contributions to State Missions: Roanoke, $4,164; West Chowan, 
$3,277.12. To Home Missions: West Chowan, $2,481.91; Central, 
$1,651.13. To Foreign Missions: West Chowan, $3,580.70; Raleigh, 
$2,987.77. To Sunday School Missions: Neuse-Atlantic, $244.40; 
Mt. Zion, $203.00. To the Orphanage: Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, $6,218.- 
50; West Chowan, $4,296.44. To Christian Education: Pilot Mt, 
$2,381.99; Neuse-Atlantic, $1,522.88. To Ministerial Relief: Mt. Zion, 
$403.36; West Chowan, $275.45. To all objects: West Chowan, $14,- 
601.26; Roanoke, $12,054.23. 

PER CAPITA CONTRIBUTIONS. 

For all Convention objects the per capita is 78 cents, a gain of 
2 cents as compared with 1914. Thirteen Associations have aver- 
aged over $1.00 per member, as follows: Central, $2.03; Mecklenburg- 
Cabarrus, $1.97; Piedmont, $1.70; Roanoke, $1.70; Pee Dee, $1.66; 
Neuse-Atlantic, $1.59; Raleigh, $1.44; Buncombe, $1.34; Robeson, 

10 



146 STATISTICAL SUMMARY 

$1.33; Pilot Mt., $1.24; West Chowan, $1.15; Mt. Zion, $1.14; Flat 
River, $1.07. 

Six other Associations contributed less than $1.00 per member, but 
gave more than the average of the State. Arranged alphabetically 
they are as follows: Beulah, 88c; Eastern, 97c; Liberty, 84c; Little 
River, 96c; South Fork, 82c; South Yadkin, 91c 

OTHEB AVERAGES. 

Of the 2,117 churches that report membership the average is 127. 
Of the 1,563 reporting baptisms the average is 11. Of the contribut- 
ing churches to the Convention objects the average is as follows: 
State Missions, $30.96; Home Missions, $20.74; Foreign Missions, 
$32.51; Sunday School Missions, $5.54; Orphanage, $34.12; Christian 
Education, $19.40; Ministerial Relief, $5.12; all objects, $114.46. 

woman's work. 

There are now 1,212 societies actively engaged in Mission work, 
this number including Woman's Missionary Societies, Young 
Woman's Auxiliaries, Sunbeam Bands, Royal Ambassador Chapters, 
the Girls' Auxiliaries. These are in 52 Associations, and in 48 of 
these we have superintendents to advance and direct the work. West 
Chowan leads in number of societies, 104 being the present enroll- 
ment. Robeson reports 75; Eastern, 57; Tar River, 54; Central, 49. 

The contributions for 1914-1915 amounted to $42,548.86, to regular 
objects, which, together with $6,273.67 to Judson Centennial and 
Home Church Building Fund, makes- a grand total of $48,832.53. 
West Chowan leads, with $3,241.88; Macklenburg-Cabarrus stands 
next, with $2,790.49. The following Associations gave more than 
$2,000.00: Central, $2,705.98; Mt. Zion, $2,620.90; Piedmont, $2,125.15; 
Buncombe, $2,111.79; Roanoke, $2,077.19; Raleigh, $2,052.00. 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

There has been unprecedented growth during the past year. The 
total enrollment is now 214,972, which means a gain of 13,785. Of 
the 122 branch or mission schools, we do not get the enrollment in 
50 of them. It is a safe approximation to say there are now 220,000 
people enrolled in our Sunday Schools. During the year there has 
been a net gain of 68 schools, and over 60 of these were organized 
through the office of the Sunday School Secretary. The territory 
is more nearly covered than ever before. There are at last 50 or 
60 churches without Sunday Schools that ought to maintain them. 
Then there are still some mission points to be reached. In Teacher 
Training there are now 3,197 Diplomas, 330 Red Seals, and 101 Blue 
Seals. A year ago we had only 102 Organized Classes, with an enroll- 
ment of 3,020 registered in the "Convention Adult Bible Class De- 
partment." Now we have 435 classes, with an enrollment of 13,881. 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY 147 

In 694 churches the Sunday School enrollment is larger than the 
church membership, and this is true in six Associations. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

We now have three colleges and fourteen secondary schools owned 
and controlled by the denomination. "We cooperate with the South- 
ern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Woman's Training School 
at Louisville, Ky. The property of these institutions, including en- 
dowment, is valued at $3,135,765; of this amount $1,504,765 is in- 
vested in North Carolina institutions. Last year there were 196 
officers and teachers and 3,600 pupils in these institutions. In all 
these institutions studies in the Bible, in Doctrine, in Sunday School 
Pedagogy, and Missions are urged upon all the student body. 

Besides these 18 institutions there are 6 others under private 
control and considered Baptist schools. They are worth over 
$150,000, and have at least 45 teachers and 1,000 pupils. 



LIST OF ORDAINED MINISTERS 



Reported Pastors Marked Thus ♦ 

In revising this list we have used minutes and written reports 
from 59 Associations. In the other five we have used 1914 data as 
far as we could. The list is still incomplete. You will find a 
few names without postoffice. The clerks failed to give this. Many- 
pastors have changed their postoffices since the meetings of their 
Associations. We had no way to secure these changes. 

The following changes have been made this year: Added 192 new 
names, changed 185 postoffices, with 225 other changes. This last 
includes removals from State, deaths, failure to insert names in 
associational reports, etc., etc. 

Of course, there are errors now, but we have tried faithfully to 
make the list correct. Any information leading to accuracy will be 
appreciated. If a minister's name fails to appear I shall be glad to 
insert it if information is given. If any one is enrolled who ought 
not to be, let some one give this information also. 



Abee, O. A., Connelly Springs. 
*Abernathy, G. P., Dallas. 

Abernathy, R. B., Hildebrand. 
*Absher, A. F., Sherman. 

Adams. G. W., X. Wilkesboro. 
* Adams, M. A., Newton. 

Adams, J. J., Whiteville. 
*Adams, J. Z., State Road. 
*Adams, J. Q., Forest City. 
*Alderman, J. O., Edenton. 
*Alderman, J. M., Delway. 
♦Alexander, M. P., Cashiers. 

Allen, L. L., Bushnell. 
♦Alien, J. I., Dillon, S. C. 
♦Allison, E., Etowah. 
♦Allison, H. T., Milton. 
♦Anders, J. T., Flat Rock. . 
♦Anderson, Chas., Statesville. 
♦Andrews, E. C, Mt. Holly. 

Angel, C. R., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Annas, L. M., Sawmills. 

Anthan. Wm., Wilmot. 

Anthony, M. A., Bushnell. 

Axledge, T. W., Henrietta. 
♦Arledge, J. B., Saluda. 
*Amette, .(. M., Durham. 
♦Arnold. .1. M., Parker. 
♦Arnold, J. U., Highlands. 
♦Arlington, T. F., Waynesville, 

Route 1. 
•Arrington, C. C, Brim. 
♦Avery, W. B., New Bern. 
♦Atkins, R. E.. Morrisville. 
♦Atkinson, J. \\\. Xeuse. 



Austin, D. M., Charlotte. 

Austin, J. H., Hamlet. 
♦Austin, B. F., Taylorsville. R. 4. 
♦Austin, C. B., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Bailey, L. J., Marshall, R. 1. 
•Bain, G. A. 
♦Baker, T. J., Teacheys. 

Baker, W. H., Buckner. 
♦Ballard, L. D., Mt. Ulla. 
♦Ballard, W. S., Cerro Gordo. 
♦Ballard, J. M., Alexis. 
"Bangle, L. A., Cherryville. 

Bangle, P. W., Lincolnton. 
♦Banks, W. J., S. B. T. Seminary. 
♦Barker. M. H., Murphy. 

Barker, W. E., Brevard. 
♦Barker. J. l\, Austin. 
♦Barker, W. F., Grassy Creek. 

Barnard, J. E., Asheville. 
♦Barnes, S. B., Colerain. 

Barnes, K., Proctorville. 

Barnes, D. C, Orrum. 
♦Barnes, J. H., Wake Forest. 
♦Barnes, W. h , Delway. 

'Barrett, W. C, Gastonia. 
♦Barrs, W. L., Denim Station, 

Greensboro. 
♦Bass, J. H., Republican Grove, 
Va. 

Bass, R. W., Clinton. 
♦Bass, W. H., Clinton. 
♦Baucom. H. W., Morehead City. 

Baucom, J. A., S. B. T. Semin'y. 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 



149 



*Baucom, W. T., Pinnacle. 

•Beach, J. J., Gastonia. 

*Beach, W. R., Bryson City. 

*Beam, J. A., Bethel Hill. 

*Beaver, C. E., Black Mountain. 

*Beck, A. L., Balsam. 

•Beck, J. H., Micro. 

*Beeker, S. J., Kannapolis. 
Belch, I. F., S. B. T. Seminary. 

*Bell, J. W., Faison. 

•Benfield, J. G., Morganton, 2. 

*Bennett, J. C., Waynesville. 

•Bennett, J. P., Old Fort. 

*Bennett, S. W., Lincolnton. 

•Bennett, James. Pilot Mountain. 

•Bennett, I. L., Wake Forest. 
Bennett, S. C., Bridgewater. 

•Bennett, J. M., Franklin. 

*Benton, Bruce, Rockingham. 
Betts, S. J., Raleigh. 

*Betts, J. D., Fuquay Springs. 

*Biggs, W. O., Elm City. 

•Bilbro, W. L., Maysville. 

*Binkley, J. N., Harmony. 
Birchfield, D. H., Murphy, R. 2. 

•Bishop, W. I., Judson. 

•Bivens, J. A., Wingate. 

Bivins, J. H., Topton. 

•Black, C. J., Wingate. 

Blackburn, Coy, Grassy Creek. 
•Blackburn, J. F., Idlewild. 
•Blackman, N. D., Goldsboro. 
•Blalock, Jesse, Severn. 
•Blalock, J. G., Weldon. 
•Blanchard, H. N., Greenville. 
•Blanchard, C. W., Kinston. 
*Blanton, J. C, Kings Mountain. 

Blanton, J. H., Fayetteville. 
•Blevins, R. P., S. B. T. Seminary. 
*Blevins, J. A., Hays. 
*Blevins, T. E., New Life. 
•Blevins, C, New Life. 
•Blevins, J. C, Grassy Creek. 
*Blevins, W. J. A., Hays. 
•Bomar, John, Asheville. 
•Boney, L. B., Goldsboro. 

Bobbitt, F. A., S. B. T. Seminary. 
•Bobbitt, Walter W., Littleton. 
*Booth, J. H., Rose Hill. 

Bostick, W. M., Biscoe. 
•Bowden, R. H., Tarboro. 

Boyd, J. P., Morven. 

Bradley, J. A., Marshall, R. 3. 
•Bradley, W. T., Stocksville. 
•Bradley, W. L., Etna. 

Bradshaw, James, Blowing 
Rock. 
fBradshaw, W. R., Hickory. 

Bran ch, R. A., Adako. 

tAssistant to Corresponding Secretary. 



Branson, R. M., Asheville. 
Bridgers. S. A., Forest City. 
•Bridges, B. M., Shelby, R. 3. 
•Bridges, D. P., Ellerbe. 
•Bridges, J. D., Lattimore, R. 1. 
Brewer, W. S., Viands. 
•Brickhouse, R. E., Fayetteville. 
•Briggs, Sheridan C, Mars Hill. 
Briggs, J. W., Balfour. 
Brinson, H. F., S. B. T. Semin'y. 
Brisson, W. L., Richardson. 
Brisson, W. M., Dublin. 
•Bristow, S. F., Elizabeth City. 
•Britt, P. T., Lumberton, R. 4. 
::: Brooks, E. M., Palmerville. 
Brooks, J. N., N. Wilkesboro. 
•Brooks, C. V., Wallace. 
•Brookshire, J. L., E. Flat Rock. 
•Brown, D. A., White Store. 
JBrown, A. E., Asheville. 
•Brown, Asa, Riverside. 

Brown, S. F., Trap Hill. 
•Brown, H. J., Young Harris, Ga. 
•Brown, R. L., Neuse, R. 1. 
•Brown, A. L., Beaufort. 
•Brown, T. L., Lewiston. 
•Brown, H. A., Winston-Salem. 
•Brown, W. V., Cycle. 
•Brown, G. W. 
•Bryan, J. W., Jonesville. 
•Bryan, H. G., Wake Forest. 
Bryant, W. B., Finley. 
Bryson, A. C, Balsam. 
•Buchanan, M. L., Bakersville. 
•Buck, M. W., Burlington. 
•Bumgarner, W. J., Taylorsville. 
•Bumgarner, E. V., Taylorsville. 
•Bumgarner, G. Z., Taylorsville. 
Bumgarner, A. P., Casar. 
•Bunn, D. T., Bunn. 
•Burkett, R. M., Theta. 
•Burcham, Jno., Roaring River. 
•Burcham, G. M., Elkin. 
•Burchett, J. W., Knottsville. 
Burger, G. F., Murphy. 
•Burrell, W. R., Williamston. 
•Butler, A. A., Tyner. 
•Burrus, L. W., Rockford. 
•Burrell, J. C, Hayesville. 
Byrd, J. T., Roaring River. 
•Byrd, R. L., St. Paul, R. 2. 
•Byrum, W. J., Powell's Point. 
•Byrum, J. T., Winston-Salem. 
•Bunn, L. W. 

•Cade, Baylus, Littleton. 
•Caldwell, C. A., Morganton. 
•Cale. J. F., Roxobel. 

t Secretary Mountain School Work, Home 
Board. 



150 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 



♦Cale, D., Potecasi. 

Cale, W. F., Windsor. 

Call, L. R., Mocksville. 

Calhoun, C. L, Murphy. 

Calhoun, T. J., Medlin. 

Campbell, Neal, Thaxton. 
♦Campbell, J. A., Buies Creek. 

Campbell, W. P., Burlington. 
♦Campbell, O. P., Mt. Gilead. 
*Camp, W. G., Shelby, R. 3. 
♦Cannon, W. M., Elk Park. 

Canup, T. C, Hayesville. 
♦Carlton, W, F., Wilbar. 

Carlton, C. C. 
♦Carlton, W. E., Baldwin. 

Carlton, A. L., Mars Hill. 

Cailton, James T., Rusk. 

Carlton, J. C, Boone. 

Carpenter, L. L., S. B. T. Sem'y. 
♦Carrick, Thomas, High Point. 
♦Carrick, J. Lee, Linwood. 
♦Carroll, R. D., Charlotte. 

Carroll, J. R., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Carson, J. C, Willetts. 

Carter, H. J., State Road. 
*Carter, E. T., Spencer. 
*Carter, A. D., Garland. 
♦Carter, J. F., Linwood. 
♦Carter, Henry, Garland. 

Carter, I. M., Grassy Creek. 

Carter, A. G., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Case, M. P., Hendersonville. 
♦Cashwell, C. H., Beulahville. 
*Cashwell, C. S., Statesville. 
*Cashwell, R. N., Lumberton. 
♦Cassiday, W. S., Hayesville. 
♦Cato, R. W., Pageland, S. C. 
*Caudle, T. A., Boonville. 
*Caudle, A. I., Fuquay Springs. 

Cauthren, J. T., Hayesville. 
*Cawthon, K. W., Hendersonville. 
*Chambliss, T. W., Wilson. 

Champion, R. C, Tryon. 
*Chastine, P. H., Murphy. 

Chilton, J. W., Mt. Airy, R. 1. 
*Chronister, H. B., Lincolnton. 
♦Church, G. H., Statesville. 

Church, Thos., Minton. 
♦Church, W. N., Summit. 
♦Church, J. W., Ready Branch. 

Clark, D. J., Elizabethtown. 

Clark, M. L., Morganton, R. 1. 

Clark, J. D., Lumber Bridge. 
♦Claxon, A. W., High Point. 
♦Clemmons, A. W., Supply. 

Cleveland. W. C. Asheville. 
*Clifton, R. L., Fayetteville. 

Cline, R. C, Taylorsville. 
♦Cloer, G. A., Franklin. 

Coggin, N. C, S. B. T. Seminary. 



Cockran, Fred, S. B. T. Semin'y. 
♦Collins, F. T., Clinton. 
♦Cobb, J. W., Lumber Bridge. . 

Colly, J. D., Leicester, R. 1. 
♦Cole, C. D., Edneyville. 
♦Collins, W. K., Shelby, R. 3. 
♦Comer, J. R., Asbury. 
♦Comer, W. T., Newcastle. 
♦Conrad, S. F., Charlotte. 
♦Cook, R. L., Addie. . 
♦Cook, W. X., Hickory. 

Cook, W. F., Rich Mountain. 
♦Cook, J. H., Casar, R. 1. 
♦Cook, C. C, Toecane. 
♦Cook, H. H., Dillon, S. C. 

Conway. W. W., Hudson. 
♦Connell, J. S., Catawba, R. 2. 

Conner, G. W., Bat Cave. 
♦Cope, C. M., China Grove. 
♦Copeland, Jno. E., Swansboro. 
♦Coram, R. P., Boonville, R.F.D. 

Corbet, L. O., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Corn, James A., Paint Fork. 

Corn, J. P., Zirconia. 

Corn, J. R., Marshall. 
♦Corn, R. P., Hendersonville. 
♦Corn, Jesse W., Marshall. 
♦Cornsilk, A., Robbinsville. 
♦Cothren, Grant, Lomax. 

Cothren, J. T., Hayesville. 
♦Cowan, G. N., Apex. 

Cowan, Duff, Greens Creek. 
♦Cox, R. E., West Durham. 

Crabtree, A. W., Shelby. 
tCraige, B., Monroe. 
♦Craige, W. M., Wilmington. 

Crawford, L. H., Argura. 
♦Creech, O., Nashville. 
♦Crews, R. W., Germanton. 

Crisp, John, Chambers. 

Crisp, S. M., Japan. 

Crisp, John, Lenoir. 

Crisp, J. F., Hickory. 
♦Crisp, E. D., Lenoir. 
♦Crisp, T. J.. Conetoe. 
♦Crissman, C. E., High Point. 
♦Cross, R. D., Matthews. 
♦Crutchfleld, T. S., Gatesville. 
♦Cullom, W. R., Wake Forest. 

• urrin, Joe B., Stoneville. 

Cunningham, H. A., Bryson City. 

♦Dailey, L. E., Como. 
♦Dargan, J. T., Unaka. 
Davenport, J. E. M., Pineville. 
♦Davis, J. G., Wake Forest, R. 1. 
♦Davis, M. I\, Aulander. 
♦Davis, T. B., Zebulon. 

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*Davis, A. C, Marshville, R. 2. 

Davis, A. W., Webster. 
*Davis, J. F., Pembroke. 
*Davis, R. Lee, Hiddenite. 
*Davis, B. M., Bald Mountain. 
*Davis, Q. C, East Durham. 
*Davis, D. C, Cove Creek. 
*Davis, W. R., Lumberton. 
*Davis, J. A., Mars Hill. 

Davis, W. H., Hendersonville. 
*Day, T. J., Warrensville. 

Day, P. N., Winston-Salem. 
*DeLancey, Jas. C, McLeansville. 
*DeLoatch, B. F., Clinton. 

Denton, J. R., Dysartsville. 
*Deaton, D. E., Biscoe. 

Devenny, J. V., Lawndale. 
*Deitz, T. F., Andrews. 
*Deitz, R. N., Green Creek. 

Denney, W. E., Grassy Creek. 

Denney, G. R., Grassy Creek. 
*Dixon, L. R., Ore Hill. 
*Dobson, J. H., Atkinson. 
*Dodd, W. H., Raleigh. 
*Dorsett, H. G., S. W. Seminary: 
*Dowell, C. L., Ahoskie. 
*Dowell, G. J., Ayden. 
*Downey, J. W., Woodland. 
*Dowd, W. C, Bear Creek. 
*Drake, T. A., Hendersonville. 
*Draughn, T. S., Crutchfield. 
*Duckett, R. B., Raleigh. 

Duckworth, C. C, Brevard. 
*Duke, G. M., Mapleville. 
*Duncan, J. M., Benson. 

Duncan, H. J., Roseboro. 

Duncan, J. W., Gilreath. 

Duncan, V. E., S. B. T. Semin'y. 
*Dunnegan, W. E., Hope Mills. 
*Durham, C. H., Winston-Salem. 
*Dupree, J. E., Roseboro. 

*Eatman, T. J., Stocksville. 
*Early, B. G., Rose Hill. 

Ebletoft, T. W. 
*Edgerton, S. A., Wilson. 
*Edwards, C. E., Rockingham. 

Edwards, W. H., Lillington. 
*Edwards, W. L., Bald Creek. 

Edwards, W. S., Ronda. 
*Edwards, J. E., Fair Bluff. 
*Elam, W. A., Ramseur. 

Eller, J. B., S. B. T. Seminary. 
*Eller, W. H., Greensboro. 
*Eller, J. F., Vilas. 

Eller, A. J.; Wilbar. 
*Ellington, R. P., Manndale. 
*Elliott, Josiah, Hertford. 

Elliott, P. L., Mars Hill. 
*Elliott, J. S., Knottsville. 



Ellis, J. A., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Emory, C. M., Southern Pines. 

Farmer, J. S., Kittytown, Tenn. 
tFarmer, J. S., Raleigh. 
*Farthing, C. S., Sugar Grove. 
*Farthing, J. H., Sweetwater. 
*Felts, N. M., Jennings. 
*Ferguson, B. V., West Durham. 

Ferguson, P. A., Teer, R. 1. 

Felmet, J. P. 
*Felmet, C. F., Lincolnton. 
*Fiddler, F. L., High Point. 
*Fields, C. F., Elkin. 
* Fletcher, J. F., Denton. 

Flanders, W. N., Hendersonville. 
*Fleming, J. M., Lumberton, R. 4. 
*Fogleman, B. F., Albemarle. 

Fountain, R. S., S. B. T. Sem'y. 

Fountain, R. A., Tarboro. 
*Foster, J. A., Call. 
*Fogleman, T. W. 
*Fox, S. L., Vilas. 
*Fox, E. L., Stedman. 

Fox, J. K., Hudson. 

Franklin, James, Minneapolis. 

Frazier, I. P., Ashboro. 

Freeman, Ira, Bostic. 

Freeman, A. J., Bladenboro. 
JFreeman, L. E. M., Raleigh. 

Freeman, F. M., Bostic. 
*Freeman, H. R., Hendersonville. 
*Fry, F. W., Mocksville. 
*Fulbright, J. O., Carthage. 

Fuquay, S. W., Eagle Springs. 

*Gardner, F. M., Southern Pines. 

Gardner, W. M., Valley. 
*Garner, R. N., Hunting Creek. 

Gay, R. L., Washington. 
*Gay, A. R., Youngsville. 

Gallimore, A. R., Henderson- 
ville. 

Gibbs, J. A., Qualla. 
*Gillespie, J. C, Norwood. 
*Gilmore, W. M., Louisburg. 

Glenn, W. H., Glenn. 

Goforth, S. S., Lovelace. 

Gold, W. M., Ellenboro, R. 3. 
*Goode, W. E., Wagram. 
*Goode, J. M., Shelby. 

Goodin, A. H., Statesville. 
*Goodrich, A. L., Point Caswell. 
*Gordon, R. R., Proximity. 
*Gorenflo, I. H., Hot Springs. 
*Gouge, J. A., Wing. 
*Gragg, E. M., Boone. 
*Graham, T. J., Marshall. 

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♦Grahain, J. G., Caroleen. 

Grav, J. J., Hendersonville. 
*Grant, J. H., Duval. 
*Greaves, C. L., Lumberton. 
*Green, D. A., Whaley. 
♦Green, J. R., Hillsboro. 

Green, R. W., Greens Creek. 
♦Green, T. M., Spray. 
♦Green, J. H., Warne. 

Green, B. P., Mooresboro. 

Green, S. H., Warne. 
*Greene, Levi. 
*Greene, J. E. 
♦Greene, Edmund, Sands. 
♦Greene, L. H., Bakersville. 
*Greene, S. M., Clarissa. 

Greer, R. G., Fleetwood. 

Gregory, C. C, Buckner. 

Griffin, J. W., Hickory, R. 4. 

Groves, W. T., Ogden. 
*Grubb, J. A., Salisbury. 

Grubb, T. W., Baldwin. 
*Grice, J. B., Asheville. 
♦Griggs, W. L., Cary. 

Groom, H. M., Catawba. 

Guffee, W. H., Franklin. 
*Gulledge, J. G., Monroe, R. 4. 
*Guy, T. S., Kernersville. 
*Gwaltney, J. P., Hiddenite, R. 1. 

Gwaltney, J. S., Morganton. 
*Gwaltney, L. P., Stony Point. 

Hackney, J. D., Franklinville. 
•Hackney, J. A., Bynum. 

♦Hagaman. J. P., Morganton, R. 4. 
*Haigler, R. M., Wingate. 
♦Haight, W. R., Belhaveu. 
♦Haire, P. H., Whitehead. 
*Hall, E. O., Forney. 

Hall. J. M., Lunday. 
*Hall, R. J., Wake Forest. 
♦Hall, \V. M.. Cattaloochee. 

Hall, F. C, Hall's Mills. 

Hall, A. J., Bryson City. 

Hall, L. B., Warne. 
♦Hall, W. <;.. Wilmington. 
♦Hall, S. W., Advance, R.F.D. 
♦Hall, .T. W., .Minneapolis. 

Hall, L. W., Minneapolis. 

Hamilton, L. C, Etowah. 

Hamilton, R. F., Bat Cave. 
♦Hamby, A. C, Clayton. 

Hampton, J. Chas., Hayesville. 
•Hampton, X. S., Blowing Rock. 
♦Hanirick. 1'.. M., Rutherfordton. 
♦Hamrick, J. M., Lexington. 
♦Hanirick, G. P., Canton. 
♦Handy. lv. Radical. 

Hare Prank, Lilllngton. 
♦Harrell, A. B., Littleton. 



♦Harrell, E. J., Tabor. 
♦Harrelson, A. D., Loris, S. C. 
♦Harrelson, Geo., Clarendon. 
Harrelson, Hugh, Lumberton. 
♦Harper, J. H., Louisburg. 
:: =Harrington, W. D., Four Oaks. 
♦Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboro. 
♦Harrill, I. D., Shelby, R. 4. 
*Harrill, H. D., Forest City. 
*Harrill, G. P., Franklinton. 
Harris, B. B., Dysartville. 
♦Harris, E. R., Sylva. 
♦Harris, J. S., Oakboro. 
Harris. L. W., Eldorado. 
♦Harris, T. C, Harris. 
♦Harris, D. P., Windsor. 
♦Harris, J. M., Morganton, R. 2. 
♦Harris, J. P., Middleburg. 
Harrison, E., Greensboro. 
Hart, J. R., Park, Va. 
♦Harte, J. D., Hickory. 
*Hartsell, J. W., Cameron. 
♦Hartsell, W. H., Bunn. 
Hartsell, P. G., Big Lick. 
♦Hartsell, Paul, Wake Forest. 
Harwood, G. X., Crozier Sem'y. 
Hathcock, X. F., Albemarle. 
Hawkins, R. X., Shelby, R. 3. 
♦Haymore, C. C, Mt. Airy. 
Haynes, L. Q., S. B. T. Seminary. 
Haynes, W., Asheville, R. 1. 
♦Haynes, J. H., Rusk. 
♦Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
♦Haynes, W. L., Rutherfordton. 
•Hays, A. B., Hays. 
♦Hayes, T. M., Nathans Creek. 
♦Hedgpeth, I. P., Lumberton. 
♦Hedgepeth. R. A., Barnesville. 
Hegler, D. I., Winston-Salem. 
♦Helms, D. F., Charlotte. 
Helms, F. C, Charlotte. ■ 
Hendrix, J. T. 
♦Henderson, W. Y. 
♦Hensley, S. T., Burnsville. 
Henley, J. M., Sanford, R. 3. 
♦Henning, B. C, Elizabeth City. 
♦Henderson, J. K., Belcross. 
Henderson, G. W., Spencer. 
Herman, P. E., Shulls Mills. 
♦Herring, R. H., Mt. Olive. 
Hester, C. R.. St. Pauls. 
Hester, S., Bladenboro. 
♦Hester, J. M.. St. Pauls. 
Mice, L. H., Hudson. 
Hicks, A. P., Lincolnton. 
♦Hicks, P. A. 
♦Hildreth, J. H„ Sanford. 
♦Hewitt, D. L, Shallotte. 
Hickman. G. T., Winnabow. 
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Hilburn, D. H., Bladenboro. 

Hildebrand, I. M., Hildebrand. 

Hill, D. E., Mars Hill. 
*Hill, J. W. P., Forest City. 

Hilliard, E. P., Winston-Salem. 

Hilliard, S. C, S. B. T. Semin'y. 
*Hilliard, J. M., High Point. 
*Hines, H. B., Swan Quarter. 

Hinson, E. F., Elkin. 
*Hipps, R. H., Spring Creek. 

Hix, H. V., Winston-Salem. 
*Hobbs, L. M., Durham. 
*Hocutt, R. L., Wendell. 
*Hocutt, J. D., Ashton. 
*Hocutt, J. E., Nashville. 
*Hodges, M. F., Roxboro. " 

Hoffman, R. E., Gold Hill. 
*Hogan, K. W., Waxhaw. 
*Hogue, H. J., Wesser. 

Holbrook, John, Myers. 

Hoge, G. F., Boonville. 
*Holleman, J. M., Apex. 

Holloman, W. A., Jonesville. 
*Holland, C. P., Toecane. 
*Holland, T. C, Shelby. 
*Holmes, W. B., Marshville. 

Honeycutt, G. A., Porter. 
*Honeycutt, H. H., Colerain. 
*Honeycutt, R., Clinton. 
*Hood, T. J., Goldsboro, R. 4. 
*Hood, M. H., Goldsboro. 

Hooker, W. H., Alexander. 
*Hopper, C. F., Ingold. 
*Hoppers, Wm„ L., Whitehead. 

Hord, A. T., Raleigh. 
*Horne, J. G., Statesville. 
*Horner, K. C, Bonlee. 
*Hough, W. A., Cornelius. 
*Howell, A. T., Hamlet. 
*Howell, J. D., Clarkton. 
*Hoyle, J. A., Maiden. 
*Hoyle, J. E., Union Mills. 

Hubbell, D. S., State Road. 
*Hudson, C. F., Wake Forest. 
*Hudson, L. L., Broadway. 

Hudson, E. V., Rutherfordton. 

Hufham, J. D., Mebane. 

Hughes, S. A., Hughes. 
*Hughes, T. D., Kinsey. 
*Huggins, Yf. M., Fort Barnwell. 
*Hull, W. F., Dysartville. 
*Humphrey, H. B., Ellerbe. 
*Humphrey, D. B., Lumberton. 

Humphrey, W. A., Fayetteville. 
*Huntley, M. M., Rutherfordton. 
*Huntley, S. M., Black Mountain. 

Huntley, F. J., Bear Wallow. 

Hunt, A, Gambles Store. 
*Hunt, D. J., Cliffside. 
*Hurt, J. J., Durham. 



Hurst, W. T., Manndale. 
*Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh. 
*Hutchinson, E. J., Lilesville. 
*Hyde, John, Epp Spring. 

Hyde, H. H., Andrews. 

*Icenhour, P. H., Sawmills. 
*Irvin, A. C, Shelby, R. 5. 
*Ives, S. Albert, Pine Bluff. 
*Ivery, E. S., North Charlotte. 
*Ivery, G. C, Granite Falls. 

Jackson, Elbert, Rutherfordton. 

Jackson, Henry, Elkin. 

Jackson, W. D., Rosman. 
*James, R. H.. Marshville. 

James, W. G, Mt. Airy. 
*Jarvis, N. T., Roaring River. 

* Jenkins, C. A., Clayton. 

* Jenkins, J. L., Lumber Bridge. 
*Jennings, S. S., N. Wilkesboro. 
* Johnson, E. N., Reidsville. 
*Johnson, L., Rocky Mount. 
*Johnson, W. N., Wake Forest. 
* Johnson, D. L., White Oak. 
*Johnson, G. H., Enfield. 
*Johnson, J. H., Judson. 
*Johnson, E. O., St. Pauls. 
*Johnson, W. O., Ramseur. 

Johnson, C. J., East Bend. 

* Johnson, Wm. R., Cedar Creek. 
Johnson, J. B., Walnut Cove. 
Jolly, J. R., Jonesville. 

*Jones, Broadus, New Bern. 

Jones, J. T., Hendersonville. 

Jones, M. L., Brevard, R. 2. 
*Jones, W. J., Salemburg. 

Jordan, F. M., Calvert. 
* Jordan, J. R., Salisbury. 

Jordan, J. A., N. Wilkesboro. 

* Joyce, J. A., Sandy Ridge. 
*Joyner, A. V., Waynesville. 

* Justice, T. B., Lilesville. 
Justice, A. I., Hendersonville. 

*Kelly, W. M., Kelly. 
*Keaton, T. C, Murfreesboro. 
*Keller, O. A., Wallburg. 

Kendrick, J. I., Wake Forest. 
*Kendrick, R. G., Greensboro. 
fKesler, M. L., Thomasville. 

Kester, J. M. 
*Key, W. H., Mertie. 
*Kimsey, W. S., Turtletown, 

Tenn. 
JKing, F. D., Charlotte. 
*King, L. C, Lenoir. 
*King, J. D., Wampler. 

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*King, T. C. Saluda. 
*King, T. H., Mt. Airy. 
*King, R. W., Burnsville. 
*Kinsland, J. L., Franklin, R. 1. 
*Kirk. J. E., Farmville. 
*Kirk, J. L.. Salisbury. 
*Kirk, J. T.. Clemmons. 
Kirksey, G. C, S. B. T. Semin'y. 

*Lamb, H. P., Tyner. 
*Lambert. J. J., Whittier. 

Laffoon, W. J., High Point. 
* Lanier, J. E., Smithfield. 
*Lanier, R. R., Durham. 

Lanning, T. D. Leicester. 
*Lanning, Jeff, Denton. 
*Lassiter, A. G., Star. 
*Lawhon. W. H. H., Carthage. 
*Ledford, E. G., Aquone. 
*Ledford, B. M., Ranger. 

Ledford, A. M., Teresita. 

Ledford, M. D., Hayesville. 
*Lee, J. N., Rosman. 
*Lee, J. M., Andrews. 
*Lee, W. -M.. Summit. 

Lennon, R. S., S. B. T. Seinin'y. 

Lester, John, Forney. 

Lewis, John, Aberdeen. 

Lewis, Marvin, Hayesville. 

Lindsay, D. S., Swain. 
*Lindsay, H. F., Durham. 
*Liles, F. A., Pineville. 
•Limrick, R. L., Ellenboro. 

Linney, \V. E., Wilkesboro. 
*Lineberger, C. A., Morganton. 
*Lineberry, R. B., Colerain. 
*Liner, J. R., Blantyre. 

Little, J. W., Marshville. 

Little, T. P., Monroe. 
*Littleton, 1). W., Moeksville. 

Littleton, J. W., Albemarle. 
*Loftin, I. X., Elizabeth City. 
*Long, E., Winston-Salem. 
*Long, T. C, Laurel Springs. 
*Long, James, Laurinburg. 
♦Long, Edward, X. Wilkesboro. 
•Long. Sam. Monroe. 
*Loudermilk, D. P., Marion. 
*Lowe, A. E., Epp Spring. 
*Lowe, C. G., Gates. 
•Lowe, W. E., Shelby. 
*Lowery, J. F., Caroleen. 
•Lunsford, W. R., Marble. 
•Lumpkin, G. T., Oxford. 

Lyon, T. M., Trap Hill. 

.Mac.'. R. (;., Hickory. 
•Maddry, diaries E.. Raleigh. 

Mangum, E. T., S. B. T. Semin'y. 
•Manly, A. J., Rosman. 



:: Marley, H. C, Cooleemee. 
•Marr, W. \\\. E. Flat Rock. 
:: Marsh, A., Marshville. 
*Marsh, R. H., Oxford. 
^Marshall. O. X., Seagate. 

Marshall, J. J., Macon. 
".Martin, Sam. F., Winston-Salem. 
-Martin, T. G., Crutchfield. 
-Martin, C. H., Polkton. 
•Martin, W. X., Leicester, R. 1. 
-Martin, C. F., Murphy, R. 2. 

Martin, J. H., Hamptonville. 
•Martin, J. L., Stem. 

.Martin, O. J., Siloam, R.F.D. 
-Martin. G. A., Rutherfordton. 

Mashburn, A. B., Xealsville. 

Mashburn, G. I., Wesser. 
*Mason, J. A., Hendersonville. 

Massengale, J. C, Argura. 

Matheny, J. R., Ellenboro. 

Matthews, J. R., Aulander. . 

Matthews, B. H., Swansboro. 
-Matthews, M. H. 

Matthewson, W. B., Robbins- 
ville. 

Mathis, B., Jonesville. 

Mauer, O. B., Southern Pines. 
•May, G. W., Castalia. 
*May, S. S., Yadkinville. 

Maynard, B. W., Wake Forest. 
*McAfee, P. T., Spring Creek. 
*McCall, A. C, Wake Forest. 
•McCall, S. B., Granite Falls. 
*McCarter, W. P., White Rock. 
: McCracken, R. P., Franklin. 
-McCann, Levi, Dimmette. 

McCoy, D. C, Etna. 

McCarson, J. L., Hendersonville. 
•McCurry, J. H.. Asheville, R. 3. 
•McDuffle, J. F., Chapel Hill. 
*McKenzie, J. M., Chocowinity. 
•McDaniel, A. W., Brevard. 
*McFarland, R. A., Scotland 
Xeck. 

McFall, W. T., Leicester. 
•McClure, W. B., Alexis. 
•McGee, J. F., Culberson. 

McGinnis, I. J., Vilas. 

McGougan, C. P., Lumber B'dge. 

McGuire, Victor, Murphy. 

.McKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 

McLendon, A. L., Winston- 
Salem. 

McManu \ O. W., Gibson. 
•McMahon, W. F.. Sunnv Vale. 
-McMillan, H. H., China. 
•McNeil, M.. Wilkesboro. 

Meadows. W. C, Poor's Knob. 
•Melton, N. A., Hendersonville. 
•Mercer, I. M., Thomasville. 



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Mercer, M. V., Lumberton. 

tMerrill, G. L., Kinston, R. 3. 

Metcalf, W. W., Waverly. 

Meserve, C. F., Raleigh. 
*Michael, Melvin. 
♦Michael, W. H., Trade, Tenn. 
♦Milliken, C, Old Dock. 

Miller, Daniel, Ramseytown. 

Miller, Lee, Walsh. 
♦Miller, Alexander, Red Springs. 
♦Miller, Daniel L., Highlands. 
♦Miller, I. C, Stony Fork. 
♦Miller, John R., Kings M'tain. 
♦Miller, H., Sherman. 

Miller, C. S., Black Mountain. 

Miller, R. V., Hendersonville. 

Miller, V. M., Oconalufty. 
♦Mills, G. T., Wake Forest. 
♦Mintz, J. A., Shallotte. 

Mitchell, E., Osbornville. 
♦Mitchell, 0. B., Chapel Hill. 
♦Mitchener, J. F., Franklinton. 
♦Mizell, J. C., Bolivia. 

Moody, I., Minneapolis. 
JMoore, Hight C., Raleigh. 
♦Moore, A. O., Warsaw. 

Moore, W. G., Crozier Seminary. 

Moore, R. A., Red Springs. 
♦Moore, W. H., Marion. 
♦Moose, J. D., Maiden. 
♦Morgan, S. L., Henderson. 

Morgan, E. J., Candler. 

Morgan, J. R., Saluda. 
♦Morgan, S. J., Stocksville. 

Morgan, S. J., Jr., Asheville, 
R. 3. 

Morgan, F. M., Flats. 
♦Morris, D. P., Shankle. 
♦Morris, J. M., Morganton. 
♦Morris, W. A., Hendersonville. 
♦Morton, S. F., Winston-Salem. 
♦Morton, W. B., Louisburg. 

Morton, H., Greensboro. 
♦Mull, W. B., Toecane. 
♦Mulkey, J. L., Grandview. 
♦Mumford, E. F., Oriental. 

Mullis, G. L., Mt. Holly. 
♦Mustian, A. P., Wake Forest. 
♦Murchison, C. M., Yanceyville. 
♦Murray, L. B., State Road. 
♦Myers, C. H., Sharpsburg. 
♦Myers, T. C, Martin. 
♦Myers, W. W., Round Mountain. 

♦Naff, S. L., Winston-Salem. 
Nash, C. H., Greensboro. 
Naylor, N. W., Dunn. 

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Neaves, J. M., 
♦Nelson, E. R., 
♦Newton, J. B. 

Newton, J. D. 
♦Newton, I. T. 
♦Newton, B. F 
♦Newton, W. C 

Nichols, G. A. 

Nicholson, W. 
♦Nobles, J. W., 

Norman, M. A 

Norris, H. W., 
♦Norris, C. H., 
♦Norris, John, 



Weaverford. 

Henderson. 
, Salemburg. 
, Thomasville. 
, Dallas. 

Cherryville. 
., China. 
, Washington. 

H., Glenville. 

Rocky Mount. 

, Addie. 

Holly Springs. 

Holly Springs. 
Sugar Grove. 



O'Brien, L. R., Durham. 
♦O'Kelley, T. W., Raleigh. 
♦Oldham, S. W., Duke. 

Olive, E. I., S. B. T. Seminary. 
♦Olive, W. S., Apex. 

Ollis, W. H., Ingalls. 

Olshander, M. P., Cashiers. 
♦O'Neill, G. G., Rutherfordton. 

Orr, G. W., Millsaps. 
♦Overby, D. W., Reidsville. 

Overby, L. W., W. Durham. 
fOwen, J. C, Asheville. 
♦Owen, J. H., Tuckaseigee. 
♦Owen, J. L., Glenville. 
♦Owen, J. R., Mars Hill. 
♦Owen, C. F., Waynesville. 

♦Padgett, L. B., New Bern. 
♦Pace, J. R., Ridgecrest. 

Page, B. R., Winterville. 
♦Page, J. M., Troy. 

Page, S. C, Dunn, R. 4. 
♦Page, Wiley M., Fayetteville. 

Pait, David, Bladenboro. 
♦Palmer, R. L., Beech Creek. 

Parham, S., Asheville, R. 5. 
♦Pardue, A. T., Roaring River. 

Patton, R. L., Morganton. 
♦Paul, E. A., Davis. 
♦Peele, Herbert, Elizabeth City. 
♦Peele, R. E., Clarksville, Va. 

Peek, I. T., Gneiss. 
♦Peterson, C. D., Clinton. 
♦Pennington, G. M., Park, Va. 

Phillips, T. B., Charlotte. 

Phillips, J. B., Hudson. 

Phillips, J. L., Mortimer. 

Phillips, J. W., Bear Creek. 
♦Phillips, G. C, Bear Creek. 
♦Phillips, C. N., Southport. 
♦Phillips, N. B., Ridgecrest. 

Pilkington, G. J., Wesser. 

Pittman, J. W., Frank. 

Pilkenton, J. M., Wilbar. 



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Pendergrass, J. R., Franklin. 
♦Pennell, A. M., Taylorsville, R.4. 
♦Pless, W. W., Cruso. 
♦Plybon, C. T., Wake Forest. 
*Pickens, J. M., Weaverville. 
♦Pippin, A. A., Wakefield. 
*Pippin, Howard, Mt. Olive. 
*Platt, J. T., Ogden. 
♦Plemmons, B. B., Trust. 

Plemmons, James, Candler. 
♦Poe, J. W., Laurel Bloomery, 
Tenn. 

Poindexter, A. P., Boonville. 
♦Ponder, R. D., Buckner. 
♦Pool, D. W., Stony Point. 

Poole, F. K., S. B. T. Seminary. 
♦Porter, A. H., Whiteville. 

Porter, W. M., Warrensville. 
*Poteet, J. H., Whiteville. 
♦Potts, W. T., Highlands. 
*Po\vell, R. E., Ashboro. 
♦Preslar, M. D. L., Monroe, R. 1. 
♦Presley, Francis, Brevard. 
*Prevatt, F. A., Lumberton. 
*Prevatt, John, Buie. 
*Pratt, R. N., Hendersonville. 
*Privette, J. E., Jennings. 
*Privette, M. H., Siloam. 
*Pridgen, W. D., Fremont. 

Proffitt, M. S., Stocksville. 
*Pruett, L. R., Charlotte. 

Pruett, M. H., Siloam. 
*Pruett, J. C, Cruso. 
*Pruitt, Wm. M., Hazlewood. 
*Puett, C. E., Fletcher. 

Pugh, J. M., Randleman. 
*Putnam, D. F., Roxboro. 

♦Queen, A. C, Wolf Mountain. 
*Queen, Cicero, Casar. 
*Queen, J. B. 
Queen, Thos., Balsam. 

♦Ragland, T. J., Manteo. 
*Ramsay, Joe, Bald Mountain. 

Rash, J. W., Statesville. 
*Ray, G. L., Pensacola. 
*Ray, D. O., Lenoir, R. 5. 
*Ray, J. B., Roaring River. 
♦Raymond, F. B., Pittsboro. 

Rector, J. A., Drexel. 
♦Reddish, W. H., Wadesboro. 
♦Redman, T. E., New Hope. 

Redfern, R. D. ( Peachland. 
♦Redwine, R. K., Wake Forest. 

Reece, R. V., Hendersonville. 
*Reed, L. T., Elizabeth City. 
♦Reeves, Jerre, Nelson, Va. 
♦Reeves, G. M., Beaver Creek. 
♦Reid. C. B., Wake Forest. 
♦Revis, W. A., Murphy. 



Richardson, W. C, Raleigh. 

Rickman, P. R., Franklin. 

Riddle, J. L., Advance. 
♦Rhyne, C. A., Hudson. 
♦Rhyne, C. Q., Dallas. 
♦Riggs, O. L.,.Carrboro. 
♦Riddle, B. B., Pensacola. 
*Riddick, J. T., Durham. 
♦Rimmer, W. W v Maiden. 
♦Rivenbark, W. B., Teacheys. 
♦Roberts, L. C, Marshall, R. 3. 

Roberson, E. P.. Leaksville. 
♦Roberson, Wj itt, Lunday. 
♦Robertson, W. P., Barnardsville. 
*Robbins, T. S., Buffalo Cove. 
♦Robinson, C. M., Cherryville. 

Robinson, H. S., Shallotte. 
♦Rock, C. M., Biltmore. 
♦Rogers, J. L., Robersonville. 

Rogers, E. J., S. B. T. Seminary. 
♦Rogers, W. S. 
*Rollins, B. F., Harmony. 

Rollins, G. W., Lincolnton. 
♦Rose, J. W„ Graham. 

Ross, Clarence, S. B. T. Semin'y. 
♦Rosser, W. O., Whitakers. 
♦Rowland, John, Oconalufty. 

Rowell, J. W., Monroe. 
tRoyall, W. B., Wake Forest. 

Ruppe, J. T., Rutherfordton. 

♦Sadler, J. W., Goldsboro. 
♦Sasser, T. M., Big Lick. 
♦Sasser, Lonnie, Rocky Mount. 
♦Sawyer, O. W., Spring Hope. 
♦Sawyer, E. F., Elizabeth City. 
♦Scarborough, C. W., Murfrees- 

boro. 
♦Scott, J. J., Orrum. 

Seago, P. H., Wadesboro. 

Sears, D. R., Siler City. 

Sears, H. C, S. B. T. Seminary. 
♦Sebastian, Geo. W., Hays. 
♦Sentelle, J. E., Etowah. 

Sentelle, R. E., Lumberton. 
♦Sentelle, R. A., Waynesville. 
♦Setzer, A. W., Maiden. 
♦Sexton, S. M., Hot Springs. 
♦Shaver, J. ML, Lenoir, R. 2. 
♦Shaw, F. W., Randleman. 
♦Sheets, Henry, Lexington. 
♦Shelton, Clark, Proctor. 

Shepherd, N. H., Rocky Mount. 

Sherwood, J. J. L., Vilas. 

Shipman, Z. A., Hendersonville. 

Shoaf, R. L., Seven Mile Ford, 
Va. 
♦Short, R. G., Belwood, R. 1. 
♦Shuford, Aaron, Celo. 



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*Sirnmons, P. L., Nebo. 
*Simmons, J. E. ( Vade Mecum. 
*Simruons, J. W., Mt. Airy. 

Sinirns, A. M., Raleigh. 
*Sirns, A. H., Shelby. 
*Sims, B. W. N., Lenoir. 
*Simpson, J. S., Monroe. 

Sisk, I. G., Winston-Salem. 

Sisk, C. T., Andrews. 

Sitton, J. D., Balsam. 
*Sledge, J. W., Louisburg, R. 4. 

Sluder, M. M., Asheville, R. 4. 
*Slaughter, G. W., Robbinsville. 
*Slattery, J. J., Hendersonville. 

Smiley, J. S., Bryson City. 
*Smith, A. B., Hayesville. 

Smith, R. D., Stanley. 
*Smith, J. H., Cherokee Springs, 
S. C. 

Smith, J. F., Austin. 
*Smith, W. C, High Point. 
*Smith, C. C, Durham. 
*Smith, J. T., Westfield. 
*Smith, W. A., Charlotte. 
*Smith, J. W., Wilsons Mills. 
*Smith, W. R. L., Chapel Hill. 

Smith, R. L., Hendei'sonville. 
*Smith, J. E., Denton. 
*Snyder, E. C., Wingate. 
*Snyder, J. W., Concord. 
*Snyder, J. S., Fayetteville. 

Snypes, M. V., Dome. 
*Snow, J. A., St. Pauls. 
*Solesbee, A. S., Tellico. 
*Soots, L. P., Moncure, R. 1. 
*Sorrells, A. P., Nebo. 

Sorrell, C. R., S. B. T. Seminary. 
*Sparks, A. P., Ledger. 

Sparks, J. A., Minneapolis. 
*Sparks, L. E., Moxley. 
*Spaulding, J. H., Chadwick- 

Charlotte. 
*Speight, T. T., Windsor, R.P.D. 

Spence, J. E., Cardenas. 
*Spencer, Oscar, Grassy Creek. 
tSpilman, B. W., Kinston. 
*Sprinkle, A. J., Weaverville. 
*Spruill, G. E., Siler City. 
*Stalcup, J. B., Franklin, R. 1. 
*Staley, T. E., Troy. 
*Staley, W. F., Winston-Salem. 
*Stallings, N. P., Moyock. 
*Stamps, M., Louisburg. 

Stamey, E. A., Pyatte. 
*Stanberry, J. S., Marble. 
*Stancil, W. D., Kenly. 
*Stanley, C, Chadbourn. 
*Stanley, G. F., Loris, S. C. 
*Stanl y, G. W., Mollie. 

tGeneral Manager Southern Baptist As- 
sembly. 



Staton, M. M., Saluda. 
*Stephens, A. B., Autryville. 

Stephens, W. A., Mars Hill. 
*Stephenson, R. S., Raleigh. 
*Stephenson, W. A., Maiden. 
*Stevens, C. E., Selma. 
*Stevens, C. H., Wake Forest. 
*Stiles, S. A., Suit. 
UStringfield, O. L., Ridgecrest. 
*Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 
*Stone, J. I., Jr., Lumberton, R. 4. 
*Strickland, W. H., Greensboro. 
*Stroupe, S. A., Hickory, R. 5. 
*Stukenbrok, K. D., Jackson. 

Styers, J. C, Winston-Salem. 
*Sullivan, J. A., Wilmington. 
*Sullivan, E. F, Murfreesboro. 
*Swift, Wellington, Reece. 
*Summey, J. A., Ansonville. 
*Suttle, J. W., Cleveland Mills. 
*Swink, Amos, Connelly Springs. 
*Swaim, V. M., Winston-Salem. 

Swain, E. L., Shallotte. 
*Swope, L. W., Shelby. 

Tate, R. J., Fingerville, S. C. 
*Tate, W. T., Wake Forest. 
*Tatum, T. A., Oxford. 
*Taylor, A., Toledo. 

Taylor, C. L., Denton. 
*Taylor, J. J., Buies Creek. 

Taylor, J. W., Whitsett. 

Taylor, L. G. L., Mooresboro. 
*Taylor, T. J., Warrenton. 

Tedder, D. A., Charlotte. 
*Tew, D. W., Clinton. 
*Tew, John O., Roseboro. 
*Thiot, R. W., New Bern. 
*Thomas, J. C., Lunday. 

Teal, C. M., Forest City. 

Teague, J. L., Stony Point. 

Teague, L. W., Taylorsville. 
*Teague, J. V., Princeton. 

Teeter, E. D., Locust, R. 1. 
^Thompson, C. J., Raleigh. 
*Thomason, J. A., Hamptonville. 

Thorn, J. B., Bostic. 

Toney, B. W., Bostic. 
*Thomas, C. A. G., Salisbury. 
*Thomas, I. W., Lenoir. 
*Tilley, Geo. V., Concord. 

Thompson, K., Knapps Mills. 
*Tipton, S. D., Burnsville. 
*Todd, N. J., Windsor. 
*Townsend, B., Raeford. 

Trivett, J. S., Fleetwood. 
*Trivett, G. W., Sugar Grove. 
*Trueblood, C. H., Roanoke Rap- 
ids. 

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ORDAINED MINISTERS 



Trueblood, Elwyn, Elizabeth 
City. 
*Truett, W. T., Judson. 
*Tucker, Elihu, Grassy Creek. 
♦Tunstall, Geo. T., S. B. T. Sem'y. 
*Turner, E. W., Lime Rock. 
*Turner, J. Clyde, Greensboro. 

Turner, W. M., High Point. 

Turner, J. B., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Tynch, J., Tyner. 

♦Underwood, J. M., Postell. 
tUpchurch, C. A., Raleigh. 
*Ulm, A. S., Ducktown, Tenn. 
*Usry, E. G., Oxford. 
Utley, C. H., Merritt. 

JVann, R. T., Raleigh. 

Vernon, J. H., Wake Forest. 
>: Vernon, T. L., Hobgood. 

Vestal, M. M., Jonesville. 
♦Vines, W. M., Charlotte. 
*Vinson, T. J., Gneiss. 
*Vipperman, J. H., High Point. 
*Vipperman, D. E., Kenly. 
*Von Miller, R. M., Jacksonville. 

*Waff, W. B., Jonesboro. 
♦Walker, R. P., Albemarle. 
♦Walker, M., Swan Creek. 

Walker, G. B., Whittington. 
♦Walker, J. M., Melvin Hill. 
♦Walker, W. H., Morganton. 

Walker, J. W., Campobello, S. C. 

Waldrop, J. J., Henry, R. 3. 
♦Wall, W. H., Middlesex. 
♦Waller, C. B., Asheville. 
♦Walls, J. O., Gerton. 
♦Walton, J. W., Lodi, Va. 
♦Walton, M. C, Virgilina, Va. 
♦Wambolt, M. M„ Asheville. 
♦Washburn, D. G., Shelby, R. 4. 
*\Vatkins, John, Xoland. 
♦Watkins, G. T., Goldsboro. 
♦Watson, J. W., Charlotte. 
♦Watson, T. D., Oconalufty. 
♦Watson, S. X., Winton. 

Watson, Luster. 
♦Watts, J. Walter, Liledoun. 
♦Weatherman, J. G., Jennings. 

Weaver, G. H., Xebo. 

Weathers, J. F., Shelby. 

Webb, G. M., Shelby. 

Weeks. J. J., Bug Hill. 
♦Wells, E. L., Edenton. 
♦Wells, C. G., Plymouth. 
*West. Algia, Andrews. 
♦Weston, E. L., Burgaw. 

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Board. 

^Educational Secretary. 



Weston, L. U., Mooresville. 

Wharton, Geo., Mars Hill. 

Wheeler, C. C, Merry Oaks. 

Wheeler, D. M., Triplett. 

Whisnant, E. S., Morganton, R.2. 

White, L. B., Clyde. 

White, L. McB., Monroe. 

White, R. E., Leaksville. 

W T hite, D. W., Burnsville. 

White, R. T., Conway. 

White, J. A., Tayorsville. 

Whitaker, H. C, Andrews. 
♦Whitley, B. G., Albemarle. 

Whitley, E. A., N. W r ilkesboro. 
♦Whitley, J. W., Concord. 
♦Wilcox, A. G., Brinkleyville. 
♦W'ilcox, B. F., McGuire. 
♦Wilcox, A. W., Mooresville. 

Wilcox, Joe, Beng. 
♦Wilcox, D. H. 
♦Wilder, G. C, Tunis. 

Wiggins, A., Bryson City. 
♦Wilhoit, G. O., Ansonville. 
^Williams, A. J., Rusk. 
♦Williams, L. R., Maiden. 

Williams, A. W., Hendersonville. 
♦Williams, C. C, Spring Hope, 

R. 2. 
"Williams, J. R., Morganton. 
♦Williams, J. G., Spies, R. 2. 
*Williams, Oscar, Anatone. 

Williams, T. P., S. B. T. Sem'y. 
♦Williams, O. P., Bryson City. 

Willis, W. W., Fairmont. 
♦Willis, J. B., Sanford. 

Willoughby, J. A., Shawboro. 

Willoughby, R. R., Lumberton. 
♦Wilson, L. A., Zionville. 
♦Wilson, L. C, Sugar Grove. 
'Wilson, W. H., Greensboro. 
♦W r ilson, W r alter E., McAdenville. 
♦Wilson, J. H., Whittier. 
♦Wilson, S. B., Delway. 

Wilson, J. F., Cheoah. 

Woodall, W. H., Clyde. 

Woodward, I. C, S. B. T. Sem'y. 
♦Woodard, J. S., Epp Spring. 

Woodruff, W. A., Fleetwood. 
♦Woodruff, I. C, Moxley. 

Woodson, C. J., Shelby. 
♦Wooten, F. T., Chadbourn. 
♦Wright, G. F., Hendersonville. 

Wright, X. L., Ellenboro. 

Wright, C. P., Shelby. 

Wyatt, J. W., Troutman. 

Yates, O. W., S. B. T. Seminary. 
♦Yearby, C. H., Murphy. 
Younce, J. L., Franklin, R. 3. 
Younce, D. A., Lookout. 



LIST OF SUNDAY-SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS 



Alexander 

Grover Teague, Taylorsville, R. 4. 
L. E. Barnes, Taylorsville, R. 3. 

E. E. Pool, Gilreath. 
Wm, W. Teague, Bentley. 
N. P. Wilson, Taylorsville. 
Wm. Pierce, Stony Point. 

N. G. Sloan, Statesville, R. 5. 

R. L. Davis, Hiddenite. 

J. W. Stafford, Taylorsville, R. 7. 

L. C. Echerd, Taylorsville, R. 4. 

T. P. Lackey, Stony Point. 

B. S. Kerley, Taylorsville. 

R. Carson, Hiddenite. 

R. E. Levan, Stony Point. 

Peter Daniel, Taylorsville. 

B. P. P..tterson, Hiddenite. 
A. L. Watts, Stony Point. 

W. S. McLeod, Taylorsville, R. 4. 
A. C. Payne, Taylorsville. 
A. H. Shaver, New Hope. 
John Blankenship, Hiddenite. 

F. S. Miller, Hickory. 

Alleghany 

C. E. Jones, Purches. 
John Jordan, Sparta. 

W. F. Doughton, Laurel Springs. 
W. B. Estep, Whitehead. 

D. J. Roberts, Elk Spur. 
N. H. Jones, Scottville. 

S. M. Taylor, Laurel Springs. 

Anson County 

I. F. Thomas, Wadesboro. 

J. W. Thomas, Polkton, R. 2. 

C. H. Harrington, Wadesboro, R.2. 

C. W. Poplin, Pee Dee. 

Y. H. Allen, Polkton, R. 1. 

J. K. Tyson, Wadesboro. 

G. B. Melton, Lilesville. 

G. H. Parker, Polkton, R. 3. 
W. C. Stroup, Polkton. 

A. D. Griffin, Peachland. 

G. C. Martin, Wadesboro, R. 1. 
S. J. Turner, Polkton, R. 3. 
M. W. Goodman, Polkton, R. 3. 
Henry Smith, Lilesville. 

Ashe 

G. M. Pennington, Park, Va. 

B. H. Duncan, Beaver Creek. 
J. W. Woodard, Parker. 



J. C. Goodman, Beaver Creek. 

E. C. Eller, Berlin. 

W. W. Phillips, Oval. 

R. C. Parsons, Raven. 

G. Taylor, Hemlock. 

David Harless, Treetop. 

J. G. Miller, Clifton. 

J. H. Ashley, Warrensville. 

W. R. Weaver, Theta. 

J. C. Bowlin, Glendale. 

Cora Ballou, Grassy Creek. 

S. L. Perkins, Jefferson. 

W. E. Denny, Grassy Creek. 

J. H. Wagoner, Nathans Creek. 

W. B. Hardy, Edison. 

T. F. Halsey, Grassy Creek. 

W. D. Brown, Weaversford. 

D. H. Burgess, Obids. 

L. D. Blackburn, Idlewild. 

E. D. Coldiron, Orion. 
W. H. Tyree, Ashland. 
Robert T. Seatz, Brookside. 
M. F. Blevins, Grassy Creek. 

Avery 

W. W. Braswell, Montezuma. 

D. M. Phillips, Pyatte. 

P. L. Johnson, Crossnore. 

R. W. Johnson, Hughes. 

J. A. Weatherman, Linville Falls 

L. G. Price, Jonas Ridge. 

A. C. Pritchard, Minneapolis. 

J. M. Jones, Hughes. 

N. A. Buchanan, Minneapolis. 

A. L. Mills, Swiss. 

J. L. Cannon, Elk Park. 

R. F. Lewis, Valley. 

Vester Stafford, Spear. 

Beiilah 

T. H. Patillo, Union Ridge. 

A. J. Crutchfield, Woodsdale. 

H. A. Powell, Blanche. 

C. F. Harris, Hurdle Mills. 

S. M. Green, Alton, Va. 

J. L. Underwood, Union Ridge. 

R. A. Clay, Roxboro. 

M. D. Dunsdy, Prospect Hill. 

R. L. Spencer, Roxboro. 

F. B. Jones, Milton. 

F. B. Goodson, Danville, Va., R. 5. 

S. T. Slaughter, Roxboro. 

J. W. Nowell, Roxboro. 

J. B. Yarborough, Semora. 



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SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS 



G. B. Yarborough, Blanche. 

C. J. Yarborough, Mclver. 
M. D. Walters, Reidsville. 

B. S. Graves, Yanceyville. 

Bladen 

J. D. McKeithan, Abbottsburg. 
W. B. Hester, Elizabethtown. 

D. J. Allen, Dublin. 

C. L. Long, Parkersburg. 
H. C. Bridger, Bladenboro. 
W. F. Melvin, Elkton. 

J. L. Hester, Clarkton. 
J. W. Smith, Parkersburg. 
K. J. Hester, Elizabethtown. 
W. J. Allen, White Oak. 
T. C. Hilburn, Abbottsburg. 
Roy Hester, Richardson. 
W. T. Hall, Tar Heel. 

F. F. Newton, Kerr. 
I. E. Dix, Clarkton. 
I. A. Davis, Clarkton. 

D. A. Marshburn, Elizabethtown. 
N. A. Layton, White Oak. 

D. T. Britt, Clarkton. 
M. Hester, Bladenboro. 

Brier (reek 

Simon Curry, Call. 

J. H. Parkes. Brier Creek. 

D. S. Gilliam, Ronda. 

J. A. Wood, Jarvis. 

L. F. Walker, Newcastle. 

Nathan Williams, Call. 

J. W. Hemvick, Jonesville. 

J. S. Templeton, Jennings. 

Z. R. Tharpe, Houstonville. 

J. R. Livingston, Spurgeon. 

Walter Prevett, Statesville. 

C. C. Holland, Statesville, R. 5. 

J. B. Pendergrass, Lovelace. 

C. E. Madison, Olin. 
N. M. Felts, Jennings. 

G. C. Hayes, Windy Gap. 
M. Davis, Gilreath. 

D. C. Dowel, Jennings. 
W. L. Foster, Wilkesboro. 
M. W. Green, Ronda. 

W. W. Marlow, Harmony. 
C. A. Lambert, New Hope. 
R. M. Madison, Callahan. 
T. J. McNeil. Roaring River. 
W. D. Adams, Swan Creek. 
V. T. Coleman, Osbornville. 
W. L. Johnson, Newcastle. 
M. D. Prevett, Lovelace. 
J. W. Robins, Newcastle. 

E. M. Sale, Jennings. 



Brunswick 

T. L. Doshier, Suburb. 

F. L. Lewis, Bolivia. 

R. H. Sellars, Winnabow. 

W. H. McLamb. Wampee, S. C. 

Troy Hewett, Shallotte. 

E. H. Gray. Shallotte. 
W. H. Chinnis, Leland. 
M. R. Hewett, Shallotte. 

I. W. Harrelson, Winnabow. 
J. W. Simmons, Regan. 

B. B. Atkinson, Bolivia. 
L. H. Phelps, Supply. 
Daniel Ross, Excelsior. 

F. P. Potter, Supply. 
A. T. Ward, Bug Hill. 

S. H. Clemmons, Supply. 
R. S. Hewett, Supply. 
H. O. Coleman, Ash. 

E. O. Willis, Southport. 

Brushy Mountain 

Z. T. Ferguson, Oakdale. 

C. C. Wright, Hunting Creek. 

T. J. Smithey, Wilkesboro, R. ^ 

R. L. Proffit, Goshen. 

H. M. Phillips, N. Wilkesboro. 

H. C. Baker, Maple Springs. 

Isaac Broyhill, Boomer. 

J. B. Greer, Moravian Falls. 

W. G. Lowe, Poors Knob. ' 

J. C. McNeil, Champion. 

N. H. Robinett, Hendrix. 

A. S. Eller, PurLnr. 

W. H. Church. N. Wilkesboro. 

A. H. Carpenter. N. Wilkesboro. 

J. G. Parsons. Buck. 

L. B. Pierce. Millers Creek. 

P.. L. Minton, Congo. 

G. W. Walsh, Parsonville. 
W. L. Wiles. Poors Knob. 

F. 15. Hendren, Wilkesboro. 
R. F. Russell, Boomer. 

Buncombe County 

A. I. Ruby, Asheville. 

G. D. Carter, Asheville. 

B. G. Young, Asheville. 
H. A. Brown, Asheville. 
Z. V. Foisler, Democrat. 

W. B. Scarbrough, Asheville, R. 1. 
G. R. Redman. Biltmore, R. 3. 
J. A. Cordell, Swannanoa. 
W. M. Hanirick, Asheville. 
J. P. Greene, Asheville, R. 4. 
J. R. Bailey, Rock View. 
L. B. Huggins, Black Mountain. 
T. O. Case, Barnardsville. 






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H. V. Hensley, Dillingham. 
J. R. Grant, Fair View. 
J. E. Chandler, Weaverville. 
T. J. Ingle, Glen Inglis. 
E. L. Clark, Candler. 
Eugene Brown, Candler. 
R. A. Stewart, Asheville. 
W. W. Greene, Candler. 
L. H. Young, Asheville, R. 4. 
Ezra Sluder, Alexander. 
O. E. Gillespie, Candler. 
J. J. Harris, Biltmore. 
J. T. Harris, Ridgecres't. 
O. H. Winchester, Candler. 

0. L. Israel, Candler. 

Miss A. B. Hough,- Asheville. 
M. A. Lominac, Asheville, R. 1. 
P. M. Peed, Fairview. 
W. J. Lankford, Asheville, R. 5. 

Caldwell 

J. R. Burns, Morganton. 

M. J. Beach, Valmead. 

R. H. Pipes, Buffalo Cove. 

J. B. Cannon, Morganton. 

M. P. Suddreth, Finley. 

R. S. Taylor, Morganton, R. 3. 

A. P. Harris, Hudson. 

Dock Mackie, Granite Falls. 

W. J. Jaynes, Lenoir. 

W. F. F. Palmer, Granite Falls. 

1. G. Greene, Globe. 

J. A. Turnmire, Granite Falls. 
G. M. Icenhour, Grandin. 
Jonah Hayes, Collettsville. 

D. L. Miller, Hudson. 
J. C. L. Hayes, Upton. 

G. F. Barlow, Kings Creek. 
J. A. Raby, Lenoir. 
Columbus Andrews, Lenoir. 
J. M. Harless, Lenoir. 
L. M. Annas, Saw Mills. 
A. M. Mast, Rufus. 
J. M. Ellrod, Granite Falls. 
. E. L. Curtis, Patterson. 
L. D. Keller, Granite Falls. 
W. D. Globe, Yadkin Valley. 

E. D. Crisp, Lenoir. 
A. C. Kirby, Rhodhiss. 

J. H. Dickson, Collettsville. 
W. H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 
G. W. Smith, Lenoir, R. 3. 
J. E. Story, Lenoir, R. 2. 
J. W. C. McCall, Lenoir. 
W. A. Mortimer, Mortimer. 
W. H. Winkler, Hickory. 
J. L. Day, Patterson. 

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Cape Fear-Columbus 

George W. Brown, Boardman. 
J. B. Wyche, Hallsboro. 
N. M. Green, Cerro Gordo. 
R. D. Covington, Cerro Gordo. 
A. H. Lennon, Jr., Freeman. 
N. H. Buffkins, Clarendon. 
H. B. Nobles, Chadbourn. 
J. J. Hendren, Chadbourn. 

A. S. Register, Clarkton. 
J. C. Stanley, Chadbourn. 
L. E. Squires, Council. 
W. E. Bullard, Chadbourn. 

B. T. Kissam, Evergreen. 
J. F. Rogers, Fair Bluff. 
S. J. Powell, Phoenix. 

C. W. Shelley, Cerro Gordo. 
J. T. Lennon, Freeman. 

C. W. Williams, Abbottsburg. 
W. C. Graham, Tabor. 

A. J. Baldwin, Whiteville. 

F. H. Britt, Chadbourn. 

B. White, Vineland. 
Porter Hufham, New Berlin. 
M. Hester, Whiteville. 

T. H. Smith, Cerro Gordo. 
J. C. Williamson, Grists. 
Jaby Sasser, Old Dock. 

D. J. Norris, Vineland. 

D. W. Hughes, Chadbourn. 

G. W. Hooks, Whiteville. 
M. V. Duncan, Mollie. 

G. R. Carroll, Bolton. 
J. E. Elkins, Whiteville. 

A. B. Creech, Hallsboro. 

D. W. Brown, Chadbourn. 
W. O. Page, Clarkton. 

Carolina 

J. W. Burge, Hendersonville, R. 5. 

Arthur Hill, Bear Wallow. 

W. S. Wall, Gerton. 

T. A. Drake, Jr., Hendersonville. 

W. P. Searcey, Dome. 

J. B. Guice, Hendersonville. 

W. L. Petty, East Flat Rock. 

C. S. Fullbright, Hendersonville. 
J. L. Whitaker, Hendersonville, 

R. 2. 

E. L. Sinclair, Fletcher. 

J. E. Shipman, Hendersonville. 
E. N. Youngblood, Fletcher. 
T. N. Redden, Horseshoe. 
Henry Leslie, Hendersonville. 

B. C. Barlow, Fairview. 

J. N. McMinn, Hendersonville. 
G. H. Dotson, Bear Wallow. 



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W. E. Field, Horseshoe. 

O. M. Drake, Hendersonville. 

J. T. Davenport, Horseshoe. 

M. Presley, Edneyville. 

J. C. Jamison, Hendersonville. 

C. B. Freeman, Dana. 
E. E. Lance, Fletcher. 
Henry Ward, Saluda. 
T. T. Ballenger, Tryon. 
J. O. Bell, Tuxedo. 

G. W. Hefner, Hendersonville, 
R. 4. 

Catawba River 

G. L. Kincaid, Adako. 

J. Chas. Berry, Connelly Springs. 

R. L. Wagner, Morganton, R. 3. 

J. C. Berry, Drexel. 

J. G. Berry, Connelly Springs. 

A. L. Talent, Morganton. 

D. A. Roper, Morganton, R. 1. 

E. M. Hairfleld, Morganton. 
R. B. Ross, Morganton. 

R. J. Fox, Morganton, R. 5. 
G. S. Bridges, Bridgewater. 
H. S. Benfield, Morganton. 
J. G. Janes, Nebo. 

F. J. Poteet, Morganton, R. 4. 
J. Grisett, Joy. 

W. E. Whistnant, Morganton, R. 5. 

Central 

C. M. Honeycutt, Neuse. 
S. T. D.vis, Knightdale. 
C. E. Richards, Youngsville. 

G. L. Allen, Creedmoor. 
J. W. Griffin, Neuse. 

G. D. Wiggins, Louisburg. 

G. W. Saintsing, Wake Forest. 

R. B. White, Franklinton. 

C. E. Brewer, Wake Forest. 
H. Frazier, Youngsville. 

W. A. Perry, Wakefield. 

N. B. Beal, Raleigh. 

G. L. B. Penny, Raleigh, R. 1. 

L. L. Preddy, Franklinton. 

W. H. Richardson, Neuse, R. 1. 

B. I. Brogden, Neuse. 

D. R. Green, Raleigh, R. 5. 
J. E. Hall, Youngsville. 

W. L. Moss, Kittrell, R. 2. 

J. R. Jones, Katesville. 

T. W. Brewer, Raleigh. 

V. F. Mitchell, Wake Forest, R. 3. 

S. A. Liles, Raleigh. 

A. E. Lowry, Wake Forest, R. 1. 

R. A. Puryear. 

D. D. Chamblee, Zebulon, R. 1. 

J. H. Highsmith, Wake Forest. 

H. M. Green, Youngsville, R. 3. 



W. I. Upchurch, Neuse, R. 2. 
P. R. Allan, Youngsville. 
W. C. Young, Youngsville. 

Chowan 

J. C. Eason, Tyner. 

J. D. Dawson, Belhaven. 

M. P. Jennings, Elizabeth City, 

R. 3. 
J. E. Eanes, Hertford. 
Joseph N. Brown, Trotville. 
S. S. Davis, Elizabeth City. 
E. F. Aydlett, Elizabeth City. 
Oscar Boyce, Tyner. 
E. G. Sawyer, Coinjock. 
S. J. Holloway, Columbia. 
O. R. Spivey, Eure. 
W. F. Pritchard, Sr., Elizabeth 

City. 
W. T. Hopkins, Creswell. 
C. L. Cates, South Mills. 
J. M. Elliott, Edenton. 
Horace Jones, Elizabeth City. 
S. W. Gregory, Elizabeth City. 
M. H. Knight, Corapeake. 
E. H. Eure, Eure. 
Lycurgus Hofler, Gatesville. 
Carl Sawyer, Camden. 
C. A. Perry, Hertford. 
J. P. Perry, Hertford. 
J. C. Pearce, Edenton. 
L. D. Tarkenton, Manteo. 
A. S. Walker, Gates. 
H. A. Litchfield, Creswell, R. 1. 
W. J. Stanton, Winfall. 
N. W. Powers, Moyock. 
P. H. Bell, Mackeys. 
M. N. Toxey, Shiloh. 
E. P. Dailey, Indiantown. 
J. F. Brown, Grandy. 
J. W. Midgett, Powell's Point. 
J. P. Barnard, Shawboro. 
N. R. Jones, Elizabeth City, R. 4. 
Miss Zuma Ballance, Maple. 
E. J. Freeman, Gates. 
A. S. Morgan, Elizabeth City, 

R. 1. 

E. M. Twiford, Manteo. 

R. B. Hollowell Edenton, R. F. D. 

H. M. Jacobs, Roper. 

N. T. Halstead, Weeksville. 

F. D. Gray, Trotville. 

J. P. Sawyer, Belcross. 

Moses Lee, Moyock. 

J. C. Wright, Shiloh. 

Jerry Brickhouse, Columbia. 

W. W. Sawyer, Columbia. 

R. O. Blanchard, Gliden. 

S. C. Gray, Corolla. 

Dr. I. A. Ward, Belvidere. 



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H. E. Stokeley, Hertford, R. 3. 
Grover Jordan, Edenton. 

Cumberland 

J. W. Hall, Autryville. 

L. S. Cain, Fayetteville, R. 4. 

J. L. Holland, Fayetteville, R. 8. 

G. T. Rackley, Fayetteville, R. 8. 

G. H. Clark, Cedar Creek. 

M. M. Strickland, Fayetteville, 

R. 6. 
A. J. Bedsole, White Oak. 
D. R. Bedsole, Autryville. 
J. A. Oates, Fayetteville. 
H. B. Downing, Fayetteville. 
M. W. McArthur, Parkton. 
J. W. Grimes, Hope Mills. 

D. E. Melvin, Fayetteville, R. 5. 
W. A. Beard, Beard. 

J. M. Beard, Stedman. 

F. M. Barrett, Fayetteville. 

T. J. Harriss, Fayetteville, R. 4. 

E. E. Hall, Fayetteville. 

G. C. Simmons, Roseboro. 
E. H. Bullard, Roseboro. 

D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills. 
H. G. Beard, Cedar Creek. 
W. A. Sewell, White Oak. 
J. B. Bryant, Stedman. 

E. F. Jones, Rockfish. 
Marvin Webster, Cumberland. 

Eastern 

H. B. Hall, Kerr. 

F. J. Faison, Turkey. 
J. G. Bostic, Beulaville. 
C. L. Herring, Clinton. 
Edm nd Walker, Mt. Olive. 

G. P. Britt, Calypso. 

C. I. Robinson, Garland. 
H. L. Stewart, Clinton. 
I. D. Johnson, Rose Hill. 

D. S. Matthews, Rose Hill. 
G. D. Herring, Delway. 
Tyson Dobson, Kenansville. 
J. L. Cashwell, Parkersburg. 
T. W. Smith, Faison. 

E. D. Rich, Garland. 
S. S. Bostic, Hallsville. 
E. M. Teachey, Rose Hill. 
W. H. Middleton, Warsaw. 
R. P. Holt, Resaca. 
Thad. Jones, Kenansville. 
D. L. Herring, Garland. 
H. M. Swinson, Magnolia. 

D. H. Marshburn, Maple iHll. 
Clingman Peterson, Clinton. 
L. L. Johnson, Mt. Olive. 
C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 



Ike Lanier, Magnolia. 

I. B. Hair, Faison. 

Willie Boone, Faison. 

J. T. Vick, Rose Hill. 

J. R. Peterson, Clinton. 

J. F. Batts, Hallsville. 

R. W. Craft, Catherine Lake. 

Alex. Peterson, Ingold. 

W. B. Highsmith, Kerr. 

G. W. Carroll, Turkey. 

O. P. Middleton, Warsaw. 

Elkin 

M. B. Parks, State Road. 

L. M. Hinshaw, Ronda. 

T. C. DeBorde, Elkin. 

A. Church, Knottsville. 

J. M. Smith, State Road. 

W. M. Jolly, Roaring River. 

W. C. Gilliam, Elkin. 

Houston Callaway, State Road. 

V. Whitley, North Wilkesboro. 

H. F. Talbert, Austin. 

F. R. Harris, Roaring River. 

Flat River 

A. G. Chandler, Nelson, Va. 

H. C. Tapp, Roxboro. 

E. A. Howard, Oxford, R. 1. 

J. A. Malone, Moriah. 

R A. Davis, Bullock. 

C. R. Gordon, Oxford, R. 2. 

C. V. Garner, Creedmoor. 
Elvin Vaughn, Lyons. 

S. A. Green, Oxford, R. 5. 

D. C. Frazier, Oxford. 

S. A. Cannady, Creedmoor. 

J. T. Tarian, Virgilina, Va. 

Fred L. Pittard, Nelson, Va. 

N. F. Hobgood, Oxford. 

Jim Janey, Oxford, R. 5. 

S. F. Bullock, Lyons. 

S. W. Knott, Oxford, R. 2. 

J. V. Wheelers, Creedmoor. 

L. R. Daniel, Oxford, R. 1. 

R. L. Eakes, Oxford, R. 7. 

L. P. Sherman, Timberlake. 

T. H. Street, Mill Creek. 

W. N. Ray, Wake Forest, R. 4. 

W. A. McFarland, Oxford. 

A. B. Smith, Northside. 

J. W. Moss, Oxford, R. 3. 

S. H. Mize, Hester, R. 1. 

J. P. Capps, Henderson. 

E. M. Slaughter, Mill Creek. 

T. J. Richardson, Clarksville, Va. 

T. L Sizemore, Soudan, Va. 

E. M. Hart, Stovall. 

J. B. Elliott, Berea, R. 1. 



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W. J. Royster, Oxford, R. 6. 
M. F. Adcock, Oxford, R. 5. 
C. A. Hurst, Oxford. 

French Broad 

L. C. Buckner, Buckner. 
F. M. Coffey, Mars Hill. 
Frank Jarvis, Mars Hill. 
S. M. Davis, Marshall. 
G-. G. Hopson, Stocksville. 
M. G. Edwards, Flag Pond. 
J. L. Lewis, Mars Hill. 
R. M. Reese, Alexander. 

C. J. Bradley, Marshall. 
John Whitt, Stocksville. 
W. R. White, Marshall. 
Willie George, Mars Hill. 

E. Rice, Weaverville. 
W. T. Bradley, Marshall. 
L. D. Edwards, Mars Hill. 
J. H. White, Marshall. 

J. B. Young, Mars Hill. 
J. E. Radford, Just. 
W. S. Briggs, Waverly. 
J. S. Ponder, Mars Hill. 

F. L. Stockton, Stocksville. 
B. Wallin, Revere. 

G. W. Buckner, Faust. 
J. M. Wild, Marshall. 

<wreeii River 

R. P. Burnett, Woodlawn. 

A. D. Eplee, Nealsville. 
J. L. Reel, Kerfew. 

W. G. Wilkey, Landrum, S. C. 
M. Williams, Uree. 
J. D. Gilbert, Mill Springs. 
John Kaylor, Marion. 

D. L. Robertson, Old Fort, R. 2. 
W. D. Long, Old Fort, R. 1. 

J. P. Arledge, Columbus. 
T. N. Wilson, Mill Spring. 
W. H. Taylor, Dysartsville. 
J. A. Bird, Nealsville. 
J. P. Jones, Green Hill. 

E. S. Brown, Marion. 

J. L. Stott, Landrum, S. C. 
J. A. Gallian, Vein Mountain. 

B. B. Price, Marion. 

C. J. Owenby, Mill Spring. 
L. D. Hemphill, Union Mills. 
J. P. Hider, Rutherfordton. 
E. W. Hill, Red Top. 

J. D. Logan, Rutherfordton. 

D. J. Halford, Mill Spring. 
Geo. D. Taylor, Nebo. 

J. D. Elliott, Old Fort. 

P. L. Hensley, Union Mills, R. 2. 

J. C. Ledbetter, Uree. 



E. P. White, Rutherfordton. 
J. L. Hodge, Mill Spring. 
C. W. Hodge. 
C. V. Elliott, Mill Spring. 
W. F. Flack, Union Mills. 
M. H. Jones, Rutherfordton. 
W. G. Green, Mill Spring. 
G. Nanny, Chimney Rock. 
J. C. Goforth, Woodlawn. 
J. M. Pendergrass, Old Fort. 

Haywood 

C. L. Allen, Waynesville. 

P. P. Crawford, Waynesville. 

R. K. Hall, Canton. 

H. Messer, Crabtree. 

J. P. Morrow, Cove Creek. 

W. A. Holtzclaw, Canton. 

Claude Grogan, Cruso. 

J. J. Fisher, Crabtree, R. 1. 

D. A. Winchester, Hazelwood. 
W. T. Sharp, Canton. 
Erastus Davis, Crabtree. 

W. L. Arlington, Waynesville. 

J. H. Haynes, Clyde. 

G. W. Liner, Waynesville. 

J. J. Wilburn, Clyde. 

J. H. Hensou, Canton. 

J. R. Morgan, Waynesville. 

Robert Grastie, Dellwood. 

W. G. B. Messer, Ola. 

Johnston 

W. H. Maden, Selma, R. 2. 
J. P. Underwood, Bailey. 
A. D. Gower, Clayton, R. 3. 

E. F. Crump, Smithfield. 
J. L. Hall, Benson. 

R. A. Holland, Benson. 
Moses Creech, Kenly. 
D. C. Smith, Wilsons Mills. 
T. P. Wood, Four Oaks, R. 4. 
Mrs. J. T. Hudson, Bentonville. 
Martin Thorn, Selma. 

D. L. Barbour, Clayton. 

L. V. Bunch, Knightdale, R. 2. 

W. A. Mitchell, Wendell. 

R. A. Bain, Four Oaks. 

W. G. Creech, Princeton, R.F.D. 

J. L. George, Four Oaks. 

A. J. Broughton, Kenly. 

G. G. Driver, Middlesex. 

E. L. Broadwell, Selma. 
L. M. Ausley, Micro. 

E. H. Liles, Middlesex. 

J. J. Lane, Auburn. 

H. P. Smith, McCullers. 

D. L. Flowers, Sims. 

Mrs. Robert Allen, Four Oaks. 



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Frank Batton, Micro. 
J. B. Beasley, Four Oaks. 

B. L. Strickland, Pine Level. 
R. E. Lee, Kenly, R. 1. 

E. L. Breedlove, Smithfield. 
W. H. Wells, Princeton. 
P. B. Stevens, Smithfield, R. 2. 
R. E. Richardson, Selma. 

C. J. Coats. Garner. 

T. S. Ragsdale, Smithfield. 
J. A. Eason, Selma, R. 1. 
A. P. Lee, Benson, R. 2. 
Geo. H. Wright, Wendell. 

A. L. Batton, Clayton, R. 2. 
J. T. Holt, Wilsons Mills. 

D. H. Holland, Benson, R 1. 

King's Mountain 

T. P. Hamrick, Shelby, R. 4. 
S. C. Ratteree, Grover. 
W. E. Hill, Bessemer City. 
James Green, Shelby, R. 3. 

B. F. Wilson, Shelby, R. 1. 

C. A. Brittain, Casar. 

J. M. Carpenter, Belwood, R. 1. 

D. P. Dellinger, Cherryville. 

C. S. Wells, King's Mountain. 
T. B. Hamrick, Shelby, R. 4. 

E. A. Morgan, Shelby, R. 6. 
J. M. Tucker, Shelby. 

J. R. Roberts, King's Mountain. 
E. A. Hoyle, Fallston. 
T. D. McSwain, Shelby, R. 3. 
S. R. Anthony, Grover. 

D. F. Hord, King's Mountain. 
A. C. Bridges, Lattimore. 
Glee Bridges, Shelby, R. .3. 

D. H. Dellinger, Cherryville. 
Carme Elam, Lawndale. 

A. E. Bettis, Earl. 

E. C. Carpenter, Shelby, R. 8. 
J. O. Hord, Belwood. 

M. H. Ware, King's Mount'n, R. 4. 

V. A. Gardner, Shelby, R. 6. 

W. C. Ledford, King's Mountain. 

L. J. Kendrick, Shelby, R. 7. 

W. B. Petty, Shelby, R. 3. 

G. B. McSwain, Shelby, R. 4. 

A. J. Dedmon, Shelby, R. 6. 

Z. V. Whitney, Ellenboro, R. 3. 

D. R. Stroup, Cherrvville. 

J. Y. Irvin, Shelby. 

J. N. Barnett, Shelby. 

Geo. M. Gold, Lawndale, R. 3. 

J. F. Moss, Waco. 

J. M. Wilson, Shelby, R. 5. 

S. B. Hamrick, Shelby, R. 2. 

Liberty 

W. D. Spurgeon, High Point. 
J. L. Bowers, Lexington. 



L. A. Newsome, Denton. 
W. D. Loftin, Riley's Store. 
Berry R. Cross, High Creek. 
J. D. Palmer, Linwood. 
John A. Sink, Lexington. 
S. H. Hindley, Thomasville. 
J. A. Kennedy, High Rock. 
Elmer Snyder, Winston-Salem. 
Ben Johnson, Winston-Salem. 
M. F. Underwood, Trinity. 
L. W. Bagley, Thomasville. 
R. L. Williams, Linwood. 
Arlie Myers, Lexington. 
T. H. Small, Thomasville. 
W. H. Lomax, Jubilee, R. 1. 
S. E. Warfford, Linwood. 
J. H. C. Thompson, Denton. 
Archibald Johnson, Thomasville. 
C. M. Wall, Wallburg. 
R. W. Prevost, Cid. 
W. S. Disher, Lexington. 

liberty-Duektown 

No report. 

Little Hirer 

C. W. Flowers, Angier. 

Z. J. Womack, Lillington, R. 3. 

A. A. Kelly, Sanford, R. 2. 

W. H. Lee, Fuquay Springs. 

Alex. West, Manchester. 

L. H. Campbell, Buies Creek. 

P. F. Pope, Coats. 

C. W. Matthews, Kipling. 
W. F. Lanier, Kipling, R. 1. 
E. W. Jones, Duke. 
Perry Morgan, Dunn. 

L. H. Furr, Bunnlevel. 

Jas. A. Buchanan, Broadway. 

W. M. Thomas, Broadway. 

G. T. Smith, Lillington. 

J. A. Johnson, Holly Springs. 

J. F. Jones, Lillington. 

J. F. McLeod, Buies Creek. 

Owen Odum, Coats. 

D. S. Cook, Holly Springs, R. 1. 
I. D. Smith, Fuquay Springs, 

R.F.D. 
W. B. Warren, Dunn. 
J. T. Ellis, Jonesboro, R. 3. 

Maeon 

A. J. Edwards, Franklin, R. 3. 

J. H. Shook, Gneiss. 

J. I. Vinson, Gneiss. 

J. M. Cochran, Flats. 

J. R. Owens, Pine Mountain. 

Henry Greenwood, Franklin, R. 1. 

M. L. Rickman, West's Mills. 



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B. H. Carpenter, Otto. 
Jake Moore, Jr., Ellijay. 
J. S. Trotter, Franklin. 

J. L. Carbin, Franklin, R. 4. 
J. E. Potts, Highlands. 

C. H. Fouts, Franklin. 

L. C. Plemons, Leatherman. 

D. V. Bryson, Speedwell. 
John Smith, Franklin, R. 1. 
H. J. Bradley, Etna. 

James Swafford, Franklin, R. 3. 
J. M. Carpenter, Franklin, R. 2. 
A. M. Holland, Gneiss. 
Lester Ledford, Prentiss. 
D. J. Moses, Ellijay. 
A. C. Ballew, Franklin, R. 2. 
J. J. Smith, Tellico. 
J. T. Young, Eulalie. 

D. A. Yonce, Lookout. 
J. M. Holt, Scaly. 

J. M. Mashburn, Nantahala. 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus 

F. A. Hamilton, Charlotte, R. 11. 

H. W. Pigg, Unionville, R. 1. 

C. B. Mooney, Davidson. 

J. W. Rodgers, Charlotte, R. 5. 

T. S. Franklin, Charlotte. 

W. F. Dowd, Charlotte. 

W. J. Fite, Charlotte. 

P. N. Martin, Charlotte. 

C. C. Hope, North Charlotte. 

T. D. Maness, Concord. 

C. E. Herring, Concord. 
W. F. Stegall, Concord. 

A. C. Fisher, Charlotte, R. 6. 

E. L. Bost, Cabarrus, R. 1. 

E. H. Stinson, Huntersville, R. 21. 

E. S. Carter, Kannapolis. 
J. W. Phillips, Matthews. 
J. A. Auten, Bost Mill. 

A. C. Hollman, Newells. 

B. M. Potts, Pineville. 
J. E. Broom, Matthews. 
L. N. Sweet, Mooresville. 
H. M. Strough, Pineville. 
W. A. Paysour, Paw Creek. 
Alonzo Stephens, Huntersville, 

R. 22. 
W. S. Skidmore, Charlotte, R. 9. 

Montgomery 

J. B. Deaton, Mt. Gilead. 
J. S. Sanders, Pekin. 

D. J. Dupree, West End. 
Roscoe Kellis, Candor. 

F. A. Hogan, Spies, R. 2. 
Lee W. Harris, Eldorado. 

E. R. Wallace, Okeewemee. 



M. R. Solomon, Mt. Gilead. 

G. T. Haywood, Canby. 

A. T. Munn, Biscoe. 

A. L. Hunsucker, Wadeville. 

J. R. Lucas, Seagrove. 

G. B. Morris, Troy. 

Carl Williams, Mt. Gilead. 

J. L. Robinson, Wadeville. 

G. R. Ellis, Starr. 

A. T. Strother, Mt. Gilead. 

J. C. Beckwith, Troy. 

S. S. Ballard, Wadeville. 

A. N. Hall, Mt. Gilead. 

Mount Zion 

R. L. Smith, Chapel Hill, R. 3. 

A. T. Holeman, Apex, R. 4. 

J. F. Clements, Durham, R. 7. 

W. A. Berry, Timberlake. 

W. V. Andrews, Chapel Hill. 

W. W. Ferrell, Morrisville. 

Banam Tilley, Bahama. 

J. H. Vernon, Burlington. 

Walter M. Williams, Burlington. 

N. A. Cates, Hillsboro, R. 3. 

W. C. Pearson, Carrboro. 

W. O. Stone, Morrisville, R. 2. 

S. W. Andrews, Chapel Hill. 

J. A. Johnston, Hillsboro. 

J. N. Cheek, East Durham. 

W. B. Rogers, Durham. 

R. L. Lindsey, Durham. 

F. A. Ward, Durham. 

A. B. Cauthen, Durham. 

J. C. Markham, Durham. 

U. S. Suitt, West Durham. 

J. B. Garrard, W. Durham, R. 1. 

S. W. Bynum, Efland. 

W. C. Hudson, Durham, R. 1. 

C. F. Phillips, Burlington. 

J. A. Webster, Graham. 

J. B. Jones, Haw River. 

C. M. Andrews, Hillsboro. 

J. H. Markham, Durham, R. 7. 

W. B. Cheek, Chapel Hill. 

A. H. Rimmer, Hillsboro. 

W. S. Crawford, Mebane. 

R. J. Yates, Merry Oaks. 

W. J. Riddle, Saxapahaw, R. 1. 

M. B. Merritt, Chapel Hill. 

I. B. Seymore, Apex, R. 4. 

J. D. Whitfield, Durham, R. 5. 

W. H. Hester, Durham, R. 1. 

J. B. Harward, Morrisville. 

K. E. Stallings, Durham, R. 6. 

Sexton Lawrence, Apex, R. 3. 

W. A. Copeland, Pittsboro. 

W. P. Mangum, Rougemont. 

Charlie Hester, W. Durham, R. 1. 



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R. T. Allen, Gorman. 

T. A. Burke, Swepsonville. 

H. W. Pickett, Durham. 

Sense-Atlantic 

W. F. Millis, Marines. 
H. G. Muniford, Ayden. 
M. Leslie Davis, Beaufort. 
J. A. Burns, Hubert. 

E. W. Graham, Newport, R. 2. 
W. M. Herbert, Kinston. 
Walter Hardison, Walstonburg. 
G. L. Merrill, Kinston, R. 1. 

T. A. Dawson, Stantonsburg. 
S. Salter, Davis. 
J. L. Jernigan, Dudley. 
W. J. Montforth, Hubert. 
M. H. Lewis, Goldsboro, R. 4. 
O. L. Shackelford, Fremont. 
J. W. Lane, Fort Barnwell. 
H. B. Parker, Goldsboro. 
J. W. Sadler, Goldsboro. 
J. W. Whittle, Goldsboro. 
W. H. Eubanks, Maysville. 
J. A. Ireland, Hobucken. 
John Holmes, Mt. Olive. 

C. M. Edwards, Beasley, R. 1. 
William Hayes, Kinston. 

J. P. Jones, LaGrange. 

James W. Mason, Atlantic. 

W. B. Edmondson, Stantonsburg. 

R. B. Bert, Mt. Olive, R. 7. 

D. R. Lewis, Marshallburg. 

F. M. Jenkins, Maysville, R. 1. 
Mrs. E. L. Barker, Maysville, R.2. 
L. L. Leary, Morehead City. 
Miss Mumford, Eureka. 

T. J. Mitchell, New Bern. 
J. S. Miller, New Bern. 
Fred Taylor, North Harlowe. 
W. J. Smith, Jr., Oriental. 
W. R. Wilder, Jr., Pikeville. 

G. H. O'Neal, Pollocksville. 
T. A. Bell, Pollocksville. 

J. J. Croom, Kinston. 

G. G. Quinn, Seven Springs. 

A. F. Lewis, Smyrna. 

J. E. Debnam, Snow Hill. 

A. Watson, New Bern. 

B. J. Morton, Maysville. 

B. H. Matthews, Swansboro. 
U. C. Holton, Vandemere. 

C. A. Vick, Kinston. 

D. B. Willis, Morehead City. 
A. G. Cox, Winterville. 

L. F. Willis, Bettie. 
Mrs. J. B. Stanley, Eureka. 
Miss Cora Carroll, Winterville. 
C. L. Tyson, Winterville. 
Carroll Whitford, Winterville. 



Newfound 

J. E. Austin, Trust. 

J. B. Roberts, Marshall, R. 5. 

Lawson Trantham, Sandy Mush. 

John B. Hill, Gem. 

J. C. West, Spring Creek. 

W. A. Hamby, Alexander. 

Reagan Worley, Worley. 

S. M. Sexton, Hot Springs. 

C. W. Surrett, Odessa. 

S. H. Davis, Lee. 

J. P. Plemmons, Trust. 

J. D. Balding, Joe. 

Willie Plemmons, Trust. 

G. W. Wild, Big Pine. 

Charles Huntsing, Marshall, R. 1. 

C. C. Brown, Marshall, R. 5. 

J. E. Martin, Leicester. 

Isaac Freeman, Marshall, R. 1. 

Dan Dockery, Worley. 

A. E. Brown, Bluff. 

Pee Dee 

A. W. Wheless, Ansonville. 
T. G. Thomas, Rockingham. 
S. T. Arnold, Rockingham. 
G. W. Goodwyn, Laurinburg. 
J. E. Nicholson, Ellerbe. 
W. T. Nicholson, Newtonville, 
S. C. 

E. P. Pearce, Hamlet. 
C. H. Teague, Hoffman. 

W. H. Weatherspoon, Laurinburg. 

C. L. Frederick, Lilesville. 

J. F. Thomas, Morven. 

W. F. Campbell, Rockingham. 

J. W. Jarmans, Wadesboro. 

Claude Gore, Rockingham. 

T. F. Lentz, Roberdell. 

H. V. Deaver, Cordova. 

J. M. Watson, Maxton. 

K. W. Ashcraft, Wadesboro. 

Piedmont 

C. G. Frazier, Ashboro. 
James West, Greensboro. 

F. R. Craddock, Wentworth. 
William Cummings, Reidsville. 
J. W. Fogleman, Gibsonville. 
E. N. Hodgin, Guilford College. 
Roy B. Murchison, Greensboro. 
Vander Liles, Greensboro. 

O. Joe Howard, Greensboro. 
H. L. Turner, Greensboro. 
W. D. Newell, Pomona Mills. 
J. A. Clark, Revolution Store. 
S. E. Mayes, Proximity. 
R. L. Glossen, Denim Branch. 



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D. B. Fitzgerald, Greensboro. 

A. E. Tate, High Point. 

D. H. Parnell, High Point. 
Moses Myers, High Point. 
George W. Clark, High Point. 
J. B. Carter, Greensboro. 

J. A. Martin, Liberty. 

J. R. Brothers, Liberty. 

R. C. Curtis, Franklinville. 

W. L. Hudson, Hartshorne. 

H. J. Booker, Randleman. 

H. B. Moore, Ramseur. 

R. T. Burton, Reidsville. 

R. W. Wrenn, Ruffin. 

Miss Ida B. Williams, Liberty. 

N. C. Simpson, Summerfield. 

J. W. Cross, Millsboro. 

Pilot Mountain 

0. C. East, Mayodan. 

B. E. Edwards, Mount Airy. 
L. Y. Highfill, Mayodan. 

G. T. Baker, Rural Hall, R. 1. 

W. M. Matthews, Pilot Mountain. 

Frank Cook, Clemmons. 

J. T. Wall, Stoneville. 

T. B. Lindsay, Stoneville. 

T. S. Dallas, Draper. 

R. W. Baker, Madison. 

E. C. Shelton, Mount Airy. 
John Baker, Germanton. 

R. M. Teague, Winston-Salem, 

R. 1. 
Dr. R. L. Carlton, Kernersville. 
T. F. Baker, King. 
W. B. Wilson, Leaksville. 

C. L. Spaugh, Lewisville. 

C. A. Spainhour, Tobaccoville. 

T. D. Meador, Madison. 

R. B. Wilson, Mayodan. 

J. M. Hill. Mount Airy. 

S. A. McKnight, Mount Airy. 

A. H. Dallas, Reidsville, R. 4. 

J. H. Gibson, King. 

Chap. Bodenheimer, Germanton. 

L. J. Kiser, King, R. 1. 

H. W. Scott, Tobaccoville. 

T. L. Rumbly, Belew's Creek. 

S. H. Steele, Sandy Ridge. 

Miss Eliza Edwards, Pinnacle. 

J. M. Martin, Stewart, Va. 

1. M. Gordon, Pilot Mountain. 
(;. W. Williams, Stoneville. 
William Hartgrove, Mizpab. 
R. E. Boles, Germanton. 
Fred S. Lawrence, Winston- 
Salem. 

W. P. Thompson, Wentworth. 
W. A. Sullivan, Pinnacle. 
W. 1?. Blair, Pilot Mountain. 



N. H. Sutphin, Mount Airy. 

L. W. Clark, Spray. 

W. H. Grogan, Stoneville. 

N. A. Stanley, Vade Mecum. 

J. H. Flinchman, Pilot Mountain. 

C. A. Meadows, Kernersville. 
P. C. Watkins, Clemmons. 

J. T. Covington, Walnut Cove. 

F. D. Wray, Walkertown. 

E. L. Vogler, Winston-Salem. 
Dr. J. T. Smith, Westfield. 
W. A. Wilkinson, Winston-Salem. 
A. P. Tilley, Winston-Salem. 
J. T. Murray, Winston-Salem. 
S. L. Bennett, Winston-Salem. 
M. Y. Brunt, Winston-Salem. 
N. L. Long, Winston-Salem. 
J. H. Hall, Mount Airy, R. 2. 

Raleigh 

A. V. Baucom, Apex. 

G. A. Andrews, Raleigh. 

J. D. Cannady, Willow Springs. 
Arthur Baker, Raleigh, R. 4. 
Sion Holleman, Cary. 
T. B. Ausley, Holly Springs, R. 2. 
M. A. Wilder, Cary. 
J. F. Ragan, Fuquay Springs. 
■J. J. Bagwell, Garner. 
J. B. Herndon, Carpenter. 
W. B. Upchurch, Apex, R. 1. 
E. T. Scarboro, Eagle Rock. 
W. A. Seagraves, Holly Springs. 

D. C. Smith, Raleigh, R. 3. 
J. W. Hare, Knightdale. 

M. C. King, Morrisville, R. 2. 

S. R. Lee, Jr., Apex, R. 2. 

W. L. Page, Morrisville. 

Charlie Ferrell, Morrisville. 

W. T. Cooper, Cary, R. 1. 

R. E. Williams, Raleigh, R. 6. 

A. J. Edwards, New Hill. 

S. H. Stell, Raleigh. 

J. P. Bridges, Holly Springs, R. 1. 

J. M. Luther, Apex, R. 5. 

W. P. Baker, Raleigh. 

P. A. Sorrell, Cary, R. 1. 

A. D. Upchurch, Apex, R. 1. 

A. L. Wilson, New Hill. 

J. E. Massey, Cary, R. 2. 

J. M. Broughton, Jr., Raleigh. 

R. B. Nichols, Zebulon. 

Itoan Mountain 

W. C. Berry, Bakersville. 
S. M. Willis, Ledger. 
W. E. Miller, Ewart. 

E. W. Young, Clarissa. 
D. C. Hart, Toecane. 



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D. M. Cook, Little Rock Creek. 
S. G. Burleson, Peppers. 
Tom Buchanan, Relief. 
J. H. Phillips, Wing. 

D. P. Thomas, Glen Ayre. 

J. D. Braswell, Bakersville. 
R. M. Davis, Toecane. 
F. G. Garrett, Boonford. 
Clyde Robinson, Bandana. 
J. L. Buchanan, Ledger. 
L. A. Berry, Spruce Pine. 
R. G. Wilson, Toecane. 

Roanoke 

E. C. Jackson, Elm City. 
M. A. Parker, Heathsville. 
W. C. Newell, Rocky Mount. 
Mrs. P. C. Chapin, Aurora. 
P. J. Thomas, Battleboro. 
J. B. Quartermus, Bethel. 

E. H. Parker, Rocky Mount. 
C. E. Simpson, Jamesville. 
H. S. Everett, Oak City. 

B. G. Alford, Nashville. 

T. E. Adams, Chocowinity. 
Louis Pope, Tillery. 
J. R. Holiday, Scotland Neck. 
Z. A. Eagles, Macclesfield. 

E. J. Hurdle, Tarboro. 

F. W. Carter, Elm City. 
J. L. Burrows, Enfield. 

C. T. Peal, Williamston. 

A. J. Tugwell, Fountain. 

S. G. Wilkerson, Farmville. 
O. L. Pitman, Whitakers. 
C. W. Wilson, Greenville. 
R. T. Burnett, Greenville. 
P. L. Salsbury, Hamilton. 
T. E. Powell, Whitakers. 

G. Hale, Hobgood. 

J. C. Taylor, Nashville. 
Mrs. D. E. Cobb, Conetoe. 

B. C. Joyner, Elm City. 
L. T. Vaughn, Nashville. 
Geo. R. Dew, Wilson. 

W. A. Taylor, Rocky Mount. 

J. M. Bone, Rocky Mount. 

Mrs. Clara Springer, South Creek. 

Mrs. R. R. Fleming, Pactolus. 

J. Jones, Pinetown. 

W. A. Baines, Nashville. 

C. F. Jordan, Elm City. 
J. T. McNair, Plymouth. 

H. A. Nanney, Rocky Mount. 
W. S. Hancock, Roanoke Rapids. 
W. A. Ross, Robersonville. 
T. A. Avera, Rocky Mount. 
A. P. Thompson, Rosemary. 
C. F. Burroughs, Scotland Neck. 



J. W. Robbins, Sharpsburg. 

O. B. Moss, Spring Hope. 

L. T. Whe-ler, Wilson. 

S. J. F. Ellen, Rocky Mount. 

M. P. Williams, Tarboro. 

D. H. Martin, Tillery. 

W. G. Privett, Washington. 

C. P. Rodwell, Weldon. 
J. R. Marks, Whitakers. 

B. A. Critcher, Williamston. 
R. A. Turlington, Wilson. 

Robeson 

A. E. Israel, Lumberton, R. 5. 

D. H. Britt, Lumberton, R. 6. 

C. W. Bullock, Fairmont. 
R. R. Barnes, Barnesville. 
Oliver Page, Marietta. 

J. C. Prevatt, Lumberton, R. 1. 
L. F. Martin, Boardman. 
Tom Davis, Hamer, S. C, R. 2. 

E. C. Nye, Orrum. 

W. R. Barnes, Orrum. 

C. G. Stephens, Lumberton, R. 4. 
A. S. Pitman, Lumberton, R. 5. 
S. C. Dean, Lumberton, R. 3. 
Mrs. W. D. Prevatt, Lumberton, 

R. 2. 
R. E. Lee, Lumberton. 

D. J. Clark, Lumber Bridge. 

F. H. Pittman, Fairmont. 
Joseph Allen, St. Pauls. 
J. D. Doers, Maxton. 

S. F. Britt, Fairmont. 
J. S. Stone, Lumberton, R. 4. 
J. H. Jones, Lumber Bridge. 
R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton. 
A. P. Mitchell, Maxton. 
Okey Stephens, Lumberton, R. 4. 
Artemas McLean, Maxton, R. 2. 
George Shooter, Hamer, S. C. 
F. J. Morgan, Marietta. . 
Hardy Parnell, Buies. 
Oliver Atkinson, Fairmont. 
J. A. Cashwell, Parkton. 

E. L. Odum, Pembroke. 
Angus Chavers, Pembroke. 
Nash Williams, Fairmont. 
A. R. Lewis, Fairmont. 

J. P. Price, Proctorville. 

W. E. Freeman, Raeford. 

J. A. Carlyle, Buies. 

C. W. Britt, Purvis. 

R. F. Devane, Red Springs. 

W. T. Covington, Rennert. 

I. W. Ayres, Rowland. 

Alexander Baxley, St. Pauls, R. 2 

Arch. McDuffie, Lumberton, R. 2. 

Agrippa Mercer, Lumberton, R. 5. 

Boyd Davis, Lumberton, R. 4. 



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J. M. Butler, St. Pauls. 
Spurgeon Jones, Luruberton, R. 1. 
D. W. Parnell, St. Pauls, R. 1. 
J. E. Rowland, Fairmont. 
J. A. Sessoms, Lumberton, R. 7. 
J. R. Kinlaw, Lumberton, R. 7. 
L. B. Stutts, Alma. 
John Hedgepeth, Orrum. 

D. A. Singleterry, Lumberton, R.6. 

Sandy Creek 

A. L. Vann, Aberdeen. 

G. H. Hancock, Bear Creek. 

I. B. Hatch, Goldston. 

E. S. Phillips, Bennett. 
D. E. Murchison, Gulf. 
J. A. Fry, Carthage. 

C. C. Purvis, McConnell. 

J. E. Spence, Cole's Store. 

C. E. Kinnamon, Bonlee. 

W. C. Davis, Carthage. 

J. R. Loving, Cameron. 

H. F. Seawell, Carthage. 

T. E. Hilliard, Sanford. 

H. F. Brown, Ramseur, R. 1. 

G. M. Clark, Pittsboro. 

P. A. Fisher, Carthage, R. 2. 

Alfred Kidd, High Falls. 

Walter Bridges, Moncure. 

J. W. Thomas, Moncure, R. 2. 

G. H. Hancock, Bear Creek, R. 1. 

J. R. Blair, Kimbolton. 

W. W. Moore, Sanford. 

W. G. Scott, Siler City. 

H. C. Tyson, Cumnock. 

Levi Maness, Carter's Mills. 

X. W. Dixon, Ore Hill, R. 1. 

C. W. Jordan, Jordan. 

J. W. Clark, Saxapahaw. 

C. L. Kivett, Liberty. 

C. C. Poe, Moncure. 

J. T. Ellington, Bynum, R. 1. 

A. L. Van Borkneck. Pinebluff. 

Jas. L. Griffin, Pittsboro. 

W. D. Moffitt. Kanov. 

W. I. Budd, Siler City, R. 5. 

J. L. Knight, Bynum. 

H. E. Duncan, Siler City, R. 2. 

P. G. Ivey, Siler City. 

C. A. McMaster, Staley, R. 1. 

C. C. Cheek, Sanford. 

M. J. Boling, Siler City. 

C. P. Fox, Staley. 

S. B. Richardson, Southern Pines. 

D. R. McManus, Bear Creek. 
Daniel Reader, Seagrove. 

J. M. Tyson, Vass. 

Sandy Run 

0. R. Duncan, Rutherfordton. 
O. Morrow, Forest City. 



A. B. Jones, Ellenboro. 

S. C. Lattimore, Lattimore. 

W. B. Hollifield, Bostic. 

E. J. Bailey, Gaffney, S. C. 

W. W. Pool, Caroleen. 

E. Horton, Gaffney, S. C. 

S. P. Green, Cliffside. 

J. L. Hamrick, Ellenboro. 

J, D. Houser, Golden. 

M. L. Bridges, Forest City. 

R. R. Flack, Forest City. 

J. W. Pope, Golden. 

L. L. Scruggs, Mooresboro. 

J. D. Weaver, Landrum, S. C. 

C. W. Davis, Campobello, S. C. 
I. P. Campfield, Henrietta. 

B. L. Jolley, Mooresboro. 
Loyd Williamson, Harris. 
J. B. Ruppe, Gaffney, S. C. 
J. S. Melton, Golden. 

R. M. Wilson, Bostic. 

O. Waters, Ellenboro. 

J. R. Matheny, Ellenboro, R. 1. 

G. C. Hamrick, Forest City. 

W. B. Saunders, Gaffney, S. C. 

H. F. Turner, Ellenboro. 

D. P. Horton, Bostic. 

Y. L. McCordwell, Mooresboro. 

E. B. Lancaster, Fingerville, S. C. 
E. Roberts, Rutherfordton. 

C. T. Hamrick, Ruth. 

D. V. Rollins, Forest City. 
J. H. Green, Mooresboro. 
J. L. Hamrick, Bostic. 

South Fork 

W. F. Huggins, Alexis. 

S. L. Bolinger, Lincolnton, R. 2. 

W. J. Francis, Belmont. 

G. A. Bollick, Lincolnton. 

C. P. Edwards, Hickory. 
J. P. Calloway, Stanley. 
H. M. Croon, Catawba. 
John Beard, Xewton, R. 3. 

W. M. Turbyfield, Maiden, R. 1. 
R. P. Hagner, Henry. 
P. D. Summey, Dallas. 
Tull Bolick, Denver. 

D. B. Truitt, Belmont. 
C. B. Newton, Gastonia. 
W. J. Clifford, Gastonia. 
T. H. Roberts, Mt. Holly. 
J. D. Elliott, Hickory. 

J. W. Rankin, McAdenville. 
W. S. Robinson, Hickorv. 
M. C. Dellinger, High Shoals. 
W. A. Pool, Iron Station. 
J. A. Huitt, Lincolnton. 
W. A. Jenkins, Reepsville. 
J. L. Caldwell, Lincolnton. 
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W. S. Robinson, Dallas. 
J. R. Brown, Gastonia. 
L. G. Sumniey, Lowell. 
Meade Ewing, Lincolnton. 
M. J. Harris, Maiden. 
T. U. Morris, Mayworth. 
Labe Abernethy, McAdenville. 
C. S. Eckard, Hickory, R. 1. 

0. L. Huffman, Mt. Holly. 
M. C. Laney, Maiden, R. 1. 

E. Litten, Maiden, R. 1. 
J. H. McClure, Alexis. 
S. T. Gaddy, Newton. 
Osborne Brown, Long Island. 

F. A. Lock, Hickory, R. 4. 
Lee Setzer, Newton, R. 2. 
Joel Huffman, Henry. 

A. L. Cline, Southside. 

C. F. Clanton, Lincolnton. 

D. B. Harwell, Lowell, R. 1. 
L. A. Abernethy, Iron Station. 
J. W. Wilkins, Lowell. 

W. L. Finger, Connelly Springs. 
W. R. Huffstetler, Lincolnton. 
R. M. Perry, Hickory. 

South Mountain 

Horace Abee, Connelly Springs. 

W. ] T . Johnson, Henry. 

J. F. Cook, Connelly Springs. 

W. N. Walker, Casar. 

J. B. Farmer, Henry. 

G. L. Puett, Connelly Spgs., R. 3. 
W. F. Mull, Henry, R. 3. 

L. L. Willis, Casar. 

S. H. Upton, Henry. 

W. S. Johnson, Casar. 

J. R. Carswell, Connelly Springs. 

Amos Pruitte, Casar. 

D. H. Fulbright, Connelly Spgs. 

1. A. Cook, Belwood, R. 1. 
James Huffman, Connelly Spgs. 
A. A. Hudson, Henry. 

Amos Swink, Connelly Springs. 
Mrs. S. J. Keller, Connelly Spgs., 

R. 3. 
Waits Hildebrand, Connelly Spgs. 

South River 

G. W. Starling, Godwin. 

E. V. Cooper, Autryville. 
A. B. Page, Cooper. 

J. B. Young, Benson. 
J. G. Gore, Clinton. 
S. O. Autry, Autryville. 
H. G. Holland, Clinton. 
R. E. Hobbs, Roseboro. 
Duncan Pope, Godwin. 
J. R. Strickland, Clinton. 
G. B. Bledsoe, Autryville. 



J. I. Gainey, Keener. 

M. M. Sessoms, Roseboro. 

J. A. Baggett, Cooper. 

Ira Baggett, Cooper. 

J. E. Britt, Jr., Moltonville. 

L. H. Honeycutt, Huntley. 

A. N. Smith, Roseboro. 
Fred Simpson, Roseboro. 

J. A. Turlington, Salemburg. 
O. D. Strickland, Dunn. 
Randall Williams, Orange. 
Webster Crumpler, Clinton. 
M. F. House, Wade. 

South Yadkin 

W. G. Shermer, Advance. 

C. H. Irwin, Troutmans. 

F. L. Abernathy, East Monbo. 
R. C. Deal, Statesville, R. 6. 

D. H. Watkins, Salisbury, R. 1. 
W. L. Edwards, Salisbury. 

W. W. Ricks, China Grove. 
T. S. Caudell, Cooleemee. 
Vance Wilcox, Mooresville. 
Allen Smith, Cornatzer. 
Fred Trexler, Salisbury. 
L. A. Etchison, Cana, R. 1. 
Gerald G. Grubb, Salisbury. 
D. L. Hendrix, Salisbury, R. 5. 
John Jones, Salisbury. 

B. C. Teague, Cana. 

J. R. Foster, Mocksville, R. 3. 
U. C. Goodin, Statesville. 
J. M. Barron, Harmony. 
W. J. Dunn, Mocksville. 
P. O. Tatum, Mocksville, R. 4. 
Nat Byerly, Mocksville. 
D. F. Moore, Mooresville. 
Chas. R. Johnson, Mooresville. 
R. L. Moose, Catawba. 
S. G. Swann, Statesville. 
J. W. Conmll, Rockwell, R. 2. 
J. E. Goodman, Rockwell. 
P. S. Carlton, Salisbury. 
L. F. Hunter, Salisbury. 
J. H. Brown, Troutmans. 
W. B. Mason, Statesville, R. 7. 
F. F. Wooten, Statesville. 
B. F. Voncanon, Spencer. 
J. P. Leonard, Statesville. 
W. L. Saunders, Statesville. 
Lee Williams, Statesville. 
A. B. Leonard, Salisbury, R. 4. 
Cicero Swicegood, Mocksville, 
R. 4. 

Stanly 

J. T. Russel, Richfield, R. 2. 
A. P. Harris, Albemarle. 
J. T. Hunnycutt, Albemarle. 



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D. A. Morton, Albemarle. 
M. L. James, Big Lick. 

W. P. Stoker, Oakboro, R. 1. 
A. F. Morton, Bloomington. 
R. E. Hoffman, Gold Hill. 

E. D. Thompson, Norwood. 

D. A. Jenkins. Locust, R. 2. 
J. S. Sapp, Albemarle. 

W. T. Pickler, Richfield. 
A. A. Hartsell, Mt. Pleasant. 
J. A. Harrington, Mt. Pleasant. 

C. H. Hill, Mt. Pleasant. 
Robert Kindall, Norwood. 
J. R. Godfrey, New London. 

E. F. Eddins, Palmerville. 

D. W. Griffin, Big Lick. 
S. M. Whitley, Oakboro. 

S. A. Hadley, New London. 
W. E. Poplin, New London, R. 1. 
J. C. Russell, Norwood, R. 1. 
W. L. Teeter, Locust, R. 2. 
J. A. Morton, Albemarle, R. 5. 
N. J. Eagles, Richfield. 
C. O. Tucker, Locust. 

Stone Mountain 

Hamilton Elledge, Hays. 
Jno. McGrady, N. Wilkesboro, 

R.F.D. 
W. H. Childers, Mertie. 
W. F. Porter, Radical. 
J. A. Brooks, N. Wilkesboro. 
Isaac White, N. Wilkesboro. 
W. H. Sebastian, Hay Meadow. 
M. U. Cockerham, Traphill. 

C. F. Johnson, Laurel Springs. 
J. H. Brown, Mulberry. 

G. W. Burgess, Sherman. 

E. R. Settle, Hayes. 

J. P. Walters, Dockery. 
A. J. Billings, Moxley. 

D. F. McCann, State Road. 
J. F. Collins, Doughton. 

E. D. Douglas, McGrady. 
G. W. Tucker, Vannoy. 

J. M. Pilkenton, Wilbar. 
S. L. Blevins, New Life. 

Stony Fork 

A. Calloway, Shull's Mills. 
T. B. Foster, Zionville. 
Edgar Story, Blowing Rock. 
.1. W. Harrison, Boone. 
N. G. Wheeler, Triplett. 
L. E. Gragg, Gragg. 
P. M. Winkler, Shull's Mills. 
Hardy L. Coffey, Banner Elk. 
\V. S. Church. Summit. 



Surry 

P. R. Beamer, Mt. Airy. 

C. L. Jarvis, Dobson. 

J. R. Venable, Rockford. 

Ed. Nichols, Mt. Airy. 

W. L. Reece, Dobson. 

A. W. George, Elkin. 

J. H. Poindexter, Crutchfield. 

J. M. Gentry, Elkin. 

J. F. Fields, Rusk. 

S. H. Hill, Siloam. 

O. M. Simmons, Mt. Airy. 

N. H. Sutphin, Mt. Airy.* 

L. A. Martin, Ladonia. 

Loton Poplin, Ronda. 

Joe Phillips, Mt. Airy. 

R. M. Hardy, Crutchfield. 

M. E. Shackleford, Ararat. 

P. M. Isaacs, State Road. 

Jesse Booker, Mt. Airy. 

W. H. Stone, Round Peak. 

J. C. Yontz, Round Peak. 

J. S. Smith, White Plains. 

N. B. Jones, Rusk. 

J. G. Burrus, Rockford. 

W. A. Stro id, Ronda. 

H. T. Moore, Mt. Airy, R. 4. 

J. F. Haymore, Rusk, R.F.D. 

J. W. Chaple, Rusk. 

Thos. Park, Mt. Airy. 

Tar Eiver 

E. O. Young, Kittrell. 
Arthur Shearin, Wood. 
J. W. Bowers, Littleton. 
J. C. Jenkins, Thelma. 
J. J. Watkins, Keats, Va. 
A. G. Bobbitt, Littleton. 
S. L. Bobbitt, Henderson. 
J. W. Perry, Wakefield. 
A. H. Hoyle, Henderson. 
S. J. Bartholomew, Castalia. 
W. D. Upchurch, Centerville. 
T. W. Boon, Louisburg. 
W. A. Faulkner, Louisburg. 
E. B. Moore, Spring Hope. 
E. L. Hale, Littleton. 
Moses Lamb, Spring Hope. 
A. R. Shearin, Whitakers. 
Jesse Gardner, Macon. 
W. H. Mabry, Essex. 
Jas. J. Miller, Henderson. 
E. S. Marshall, Inez. 
J. H. Massey, Zebulon. 
Mrs. M. C. Williams, Kittrell. 
A. W. Green, Littleton. 
Ivey Allen, Louisburg. 
J. L. Colman, Macon. 
J. W. Strange, Mapleville. 



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M. C. Duke, Marniaduke. 
R. L. Bennett, Middleburg. 

C. J. Bowden, Spring Hope. 
R. H. Pernell, Alert. 

G. D. Griffin, Castalia. 

W. J. Dennis, Louisburg, R. 2. 

R. S. Cone, Spring Hope. 

Geo. T. Ayscue, Henderson, R. 6. 

P. Hicks, Henderson. 

D. T. Clayton, Henderson. 

E. P. Allen, Norlina. 

H. S. Pearce, Wakefield. 

G. W. Duke, Nashville. 

K. M. Mullen, Wakefield. 

Bob King, Halifax. 

J. W. Thorn, Castalia. 

C. N. Hardy, Littleton, R. 5. 

J. B Wilder, Louisburg. 

A. L. Murray, Middlesex, R. 2. 

A. J. Joyner, Louisburg, R. 2. 

C. W. Perkinson, Wise. 

G. C. Parish, Henderson. 

J. A. Shepherd, Elberon. 

J. M. Browning, Enfield. 

C. J. Tucker, Vaughn. 

W. E. Hawks, Warren Plains. 

A. D. Harris, Warrenton. 
E. D. Parish, Castalia. 

Tennessee River 

C. P. Campbell, Almond. 

G. M. Ledford, Alarka. 

G. S. Henderson, Bryson City. 

John Burnett, Bryson City. 

C. R. Browning, Needmore. 

Jesse Cook, Medlin. 

E. D. Childers, Whittier. 

Austen Cornsilk, Robbinsville. 

E. C. Smiley, Bryson City. 

R. L. Hooper, Robbinsville. 

T. G. Chambers, Chambers. 

Joe Cable, Fontana. 

W. N. Crisp, Rough. 

W. R. Monteith, Bryson City. 

Nathan Brendle, Epp Spring. 

W. H. Cole, Forney. 

Jas. Monteith, Bryson City. 

Wm. Laney, Bryson City. 

E. C. Ashe, Judson. 

Flora Wilson, Smokemount. 

B. M. Orr, Millsaps. 
S. B. Smiley, Almond. 
W. T. Carson, Judson. 

S. B. T. Gibson, Wesser. 
J. W. Walker, Noland. 
W. H. Marcus. Japan. 
W. A. Monteith, Almond. 
W. P. Elliott, Fontana. 
E. D. Green, Noland. 



C. C. Crisp, Stecoah. 

J. B. Holden, Wesser. 

J. L. Rogers, Cheoah. 

James Elliott, Tuskeegee. 

J. M. Crisp, Wayside. 

P. H. Passmore, Duvall. 

J. B. Hall, Whittier. 

Ebe Williams, Yellow Creek. 

Three Forks 

W. J. Farthing, Watauga Falls. 
C. J. Farthing, Sweet Water. 

A. J. May, Reese. 

J. E. Watson, Hackett. 

G. W. McGuire, Dark Ridge. 

W. R. Gragg, Boone. 

J. M. Hodges, Blowing Rock. 

J. F. Wilson, Vilas. 

W. F. Sherwood, Sherwood. 

J. W. Pennell, Boone. 

G. W. Byrd, Banner Elk. 

J. M. Vannoy, Ashland. 

H. M. Horney, Hale. 

M. W. Story, Hale. 

Irvin Green, Whaley. 

B. C. Hagaman, Vilas. 
A. R. Yates, Hopkins. 
E. J. Norris, Sands. 

H. L. Greene, Hopkins. 

G. S. Holman, Baldwin. 

L. A. Greene, Sands. 

Smith Eggers, Beech Creek. 

J. Y. Love, Vilas. 

Robert Shores, Blowing Rock. 

J. C. Chappell, Balm. 

A. L. Wilson, Zionville. 

John Cannon, Elk Park. 

W. A. Pennell, Zionville. 

Mrs. J. D. Cook, Stony Fork. 

J. S. Brown, Riverside. 

P. E. Herman, Shull's Mills. 

J. L. Hawkins, Blowing Rock. 

L. M. Perkins, Boone. 

W. H. Eller, Leander. 

Solomon Younce, Mabel. 

J. W. Blair, Vilas. 

R. C. Eggers, Zionville. 

M. P. Edmisten, Beech Creek. 

L. A. Green, Sands. 

Transylvania 

J. M. Jones, Cedar Mountain. 

Chas. Jollay, Brevard. 

E. C. Neill, Brevard. 

J. M. Hamlin, Brevard. 

R. A. Garren, Brevard, R. 1. 

W. L. Talley, Penrose. 

G. T. Glazener, Brevard, R. 1. 

W. R. Kilpatrick, Etowah, R. 1. 



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W. E. Hall, Balsam Grove. 
J. W. Glazener, Rosman. 

C. W. Henderson, Quebec. 
Street Burns, Cedar Mountain. 
L. W. Bryant, Rosman. 

F. B. Sims, Brevard. 

A. M. Paxton, Rosman. 
J. M. Jones, Brevard. 

Tuckaseigee 

S. T. Crisp, Balsam. 

H. A. Williams, Balsam. 

R. R. Fisher, Addie. 

W. E. Alexander, Cashiers. 

H. B. Jones, Cullowhee. 

Rev. Lum Gibson, Dillsboro. 

J. F. Jarrett, Dillsboro. 

J. G. Buchanan, Greens Creek. 

H. R. Queen, Glenville. 

T. H. Parker, Cowarts. 

M. C. Brown, Webster. 

R. L. Pangle, Dillsboro. 

G. C. Crawford, Willets. 
Cole Buchanan, Gay. 
Hute Blanton, Addie. 

W. C. Cagle, Greens Creek. 
Z. V. Watson, Speedwell. 
W. 0. Allen, Beta. 
W. W. Authorny, Whittier. 
Jno. R. Jones, Sylva. 
L. D. Cowan, Webster. 
H. W. Ward, Wilmot. 
John Fox, Bessie. 
James Hyatt, Gay. 

Union 

P. S. Hinson, Unionville. 
S. D. Mills, Wingate, R. 2. 

D. A. Simpson, Monroe. 

H. L. Ashcraft, Marshville. 

W. A. Griffin, Monroe, R. 5. 

Zeb Caudle, Peachland. 

J. G. Baucom, Monroe, R. 6. 

W. H. Braswell, Monroe. 

T. G. Collins, Wingate. 

L. W. Little, Marshville, R. 4. 

W. H. Helms, Waxhaw. 

J. W. Connell, Unionville, R. 1. 

W. W. Black, Waxhaw. 

N. A. Funderburk, Monroe. 

B. H. Griffin, Marshville. 
J. W. Bivens, Wingate. 

I. A. Connell, Unionville, R. 2. 
F. B. Ashcraft, Monroe. 
J. E. Sustar, Matthews. 
P. H. Mills, Marshville. 

C. E. Rushing, Marshville. 
Ellis Godwin, Monroe, R. 8. 
C. A. Montgomery, Waxhaw. 



C. C. Parker, Monroe, R. 8. 

A. L. Helms, Monroe, R. 9. 
J. Privett, Monroe. 

J. F. Gordon, Monroe. 

H. T. Gaddy, Marsville, R. 2. 

W. L. Thomas, Marshville, R. 3. 

B. A. Manor, Marshville, R. 5. 
B. L. Goodwin, Monroe, R. 2. 
J. H. Melton, Monroe, R. 4. 
R. S. Helms, Monroe. 

J. T. Hamilton, Monroe, R. 6. 

B. F. Parker, Monroe, R. 1. 
W. F. Griffin, Marshville. 
L. M. Riner, Waxhaw, R. 2. 
J. H. Benton, Monroe. 

West Buncombe 

Jesse Frisbee, Asheville, R. 4. 
W. B. Clark, Leicester. 
Jesse Austin, Leicester. 
J. F. Johnson. Marshall. 
H. H. Plemmons, Leicester. 
S. G. Worley, Canton. 

West Chowan 

W. L. Curtis, Ahoskie. 
W. H. Mitchell, Aulander. 

C. R. Revelle, Conway. 
R. C. White, Askewville. 
W. J. Daniel, Colerain. 
W. A. Thomas, Cofield. 
A. C. Overton, Ahoskie. 
R. A. Majette, Como. 

M. R. Herring, Winton. 
J. S. Jenkins, Aulander. 
Edwin Lassiter, Potecasi. 

A. Lassiter, Conway. 

R. W. Fairless, Harrellsville. 
C. S. Godwin, Ahoskie. 
E. T. Forehand, Colerain. 
J. H. Matthews, Windsor. 
H. J. Ward, Merry Hill. 

B. L. Sykes, Garysburg. 
L. E. Davis, Seaboard. 
J. R. White, Windsor. 
W. E. Futrell, Woodland. 
A. K. Phelps, Aulander. 
S. A. Ives, Harrellsville. 
M. R. Barnes, Cremo. 

K. R. Israel, Tunis. 

P. M. Fleetwood, Jackson. 

J. E. Tyler, Kelford. 

W. R. Bridgers, Lasker. 

I. N. Peele, Lewiston. 

H. U. Griffith, Woodland. 

J. W. Boone, Winton. 

W. A. McGlohon, Murfreesboro. 

J. K. Parker, Murfreesboro. 

Jordan Edwards, Margarettsville. 



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J. C. Miller, Colerain. 

T. J. Stephenson, Seaboard. 

J. T. Keeter, Avoca. 

J. E. Lang, Aulander. 

C. A. Dunning, Aulander. 

J. W. Raynor, Powellsville. 

J. R. Baugham, Potecasi. 

L. T. Bazemore, Aulander. 

W. Miller, Merry Hill. 

W. H. Stephenson, Pendleton. 

W. F. Nelson, Rich Square. 

C. L. Odom, Rich Square. 

W. S. Hoggard, Windsor. 

J. M. Jacobs, Roxobel. 

R. L. Edwards, Aulander. 

E. Leggett, Windsor. 

J. C. Stephenson, Severn. 

J. R. Crocker, Seaboard. 

A. C. Vann, Ahoskie. 

A. R. Joyner, Cofield. 

C. H. Griffin, Woodland. 

Western Jforth Carolina 

C. T. Sisk, Andrews. 

J. H. Mintz, Grandview. 

J. R. Standridge, Brasstown. 

A. E. Carver, Hayesville. 

W. J. Winchester, Hayesville. 

W. O. Adams, Grandview. 

W. T. White, Andrews. 

Jas. Lovingood, Marble. 

W. H. Hogsed, Hayesville. 

W. F. McGlamary, Hayesville. 

Geo. W. Kimsey, Hayesville. 

J. T. Stalcup, Marble. 

J. H. Harwood, Murphy. 

J. F. Garrett, Aquone. 

W. G. Holland, Andrews. 

J. L. Rogers, Hayesville. 

J. V. Reece, Ogden. 

W. H. McGuire, Murphy. 

S. A. Tetherow, Topton. 

T. J. Cawthin, Hayesville. 

D. B. Wright, Topton. 
Mark Pulliam, Andrews. 

Wilmington 

T. S. Teague, Atkinson. 

Miss Excell Corbett, Sloop Point. 

W. H. Brinson, Currie. 

Z. V. Corbett, Currie. 

W. R. Harrell, Burgaw. 

S. L. Moore, Currie. 

J. I. Glisson, Atkinson, R. 1. 

E. H. Andrews, Kelly. 

Mrs. Annie Doughty, Richlands. 

L. H. Gurganus, Ivanhoe. 

J. C. Moore, Ivanhoe. 

A. G. Walton, Jacksonville. 



0. D. Malpass, Currie. 

J. A. Orrell, Wilmington, R. 2. 

J. B. Johnson, Watha. 

R. M. Squires, Kelly, R. 2. 

F. C. Shepherd, Rocky Point. 

R. B. Moore, Rocky Point. 

F. T. Batson, Burgaw. 

Mrs. Lula Grant, Sneed's Ferry. 

L. M. Rouse, Seagate. 

A. T. Bland, Currie. 
Francis Savage, Teachey. 
F. P. Powers, Wallace. 
Ben Brinkley, Watha. 
W. J. Brooks, Wallace. 

R. T. Rivenbark, Willard. 
D. H. Howes, Wilmington. 
J. M. Batson, Wilmington. 
J. W. Hollis, Wilmington. 
Dr. D. P. High, Wilmington. 

D. J. Watson, Wilmington, R. 1. 

Yadkin 

C. R. Transou, Boonville. 
J. C. Truelove, Shoals. 
J. N. Smoot, Calahaln. 
Enos Stinson, Boonville. 
J. W. D. Baity, Courtney. 
C. R. Groce, Yadkinville. 
Claud Martin, East Bend. 
J. H. Saylor, East Bend. 

E. Davis, Yadkinville. 
L. E. Nickles, Siloam. 

N. S. Steelman, Hamptonville. 

1. H. Baity, Cana. 

H. R. Shaffner, Jonesville. 
W. F. Reece, Jonesville. 
J. S. Hinson, Cycle. 
J. C. Brown, Boonville. 
H. L. Kirk, Rockford. 

C. J. Bryant, Yadkinville. 

D. G. Reece, Boonville. 
J. B. Calloway, Marler. 

C. Poindexter, Boonville. 
O. F. Stroupe, Lewisville. 
W. J. Howell, Advance. 

D. M. Reece, Yadkinville. 

Yancey 

Joe King, Burnsville. 
W. G. Whisnant, Burnsville. 
S. P. Randolph, Bee Log. 
D. M. Buck, Bald Mountain. 

B. H. Nichols, Newdale. 
W. B. Banks, Athlone. 
W. H. Mackhan, Celo. 

C. C. Adkinds, Ramseytown. 
Person Anglin, Cane River. 

J. S. Farmer, Kittytown, Tenn. 
Oscar Williams, Anatone. 



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A. C. Robinson, Lunday. 

Jerry King, Wampler. 

Levi Wilson, Paint Gap. 

Louis Foster, Swiss. 

M. C. Elliott, Burnsville. 

J. F. Nanney, Pensacola. 

W. T. Tomberlin, Swiss. 

Job Effler, Busick. 

Alary Blankenship, Paint Gap. 



A. R. Randolph, Green Mountain. 
J. J. Ferguson, Bald Creek. 
J. J. Angel, Burnsville. 
W. M. Simmons, Harvard. 
L. H. Hutching, Windom. 
W. M. Randolph, Toledo. 
N. N. Silver, Micaville. 
John Silvers, Boonford.