“Dobson, a local preacher from church in British Guinea, now visiting in the city.”
“He was converted at the age of fourteen, and joined the church during the administration of Rev.E. H. Bolden; was licensed as local preacher July, 1899, joined the Virginia Conference in 1901; transferred to the Atlanta,”
“James Joshua Gould Bias was the most remarkable local preacher of his day in Bethel Church, Philadelphia, Pa.”
“Concerning the life and work of Philip Brodie, Owen T.B. Nickens, a local preacher of the Ohio Conference, furnished the following:”
“I was licensed as a local preacher by the late John M.”
“Licensed as local preacher in the same church March 21, 1876 by Rev. John E Cooke.”
“In the incipiency of our work toward African organization, as a church -- as a local church -- the preacher, the local preacher impressed himself upon the church, yes, upon the whole organized church, as a potent factor in the work; the great work of organization, and the uplift of the crude mass of our people, into what you see to-day -- the African Methodist Episcopal Church.”
“Edward Spratley, a local preacher of Emanuel Church, Portsmouth, as a suitable person for said scholarship, which was given him.”
“On the 30th day of April, 1876, while a local preacher in St. John's he oraganized St. James Church at Euerka in his own house, and on the same day organized the Sunday school in Bro.”
“The history of early Methodism, as it came to us from the Rev.Mr. Robert Strawbridge, a local preacher from Ireland, who arrived in Maryland about the year 1760, the same year that Richard Allen was born in Philadelphia, knew no man by race or color, but all were one in the sight of God and man, worshipping in the same meeting house, and communing at the same altar.”
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