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Minutes from Ebenezer Baptist Church Of Christ
BOGGY DEPOT, I. T.
July 9, 1871 - May 12, 1872

© Oct. 23, 2005, Ruth Atteberry Adams

The following information was taken from microfilm. I have chosen a few dates to upload. Most of the film is not legible.

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Boggy Depot C. N.
June 11, 1871


Boggy Depot Choctaw Nation

The Ebenezer Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference June 11th, 1871. First, the door of the church was opened for the reception of memebers when J. M. Pilkington presented a letter of dissmission from the Church at Pisqah, Anderson County, Texas and was received.
There being no other business before us conference closed.
R. J. Hogue, Moderator


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Boggy Depot C. N.
July 9th 1871

The Ebenezer Baptist Church of Christ in conference, the Pastor in the chair.
1st The door of the church was opened for the reception of members. None came forward. There being no reference, nor any other business claiming our attention the conference closed in the usual way.
R. J. Hogue, Moderator


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Boggy Depot C. N.
August 13, 1871

The Ebenezer Baptist Church of Christ met in conference.
1st Opened the door of the church for the reception of members when Mss. Czarina Bond presented a letter of dismissial from Philadelphia Church, C. N. and was accordingly received into full fellowship with us. Called for other bussiness. Nothing more was presented and conference closed.
R. J. Hogue, Mod.


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Boggy Depot C. N.

The Ebenezer Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference Dec. 10th 1871. First the door of the church was opened for the reception of members, when Alexander Nichols and his wife Susan M. Nichols presented themselves and were received into fellowship with us on a profession of their faith, and were baptised the same day. Also Bro. J. G. Humon and his wife T. A. Humon presented themselves with letters of dismission from New Harmony Church, Texas, and were thereupon received into fellowship with us. There being no other business, Conference closed.
R. J. Hogue, Moderator


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Boggy Depot C. N.
May 12th 1872

The Ebenezer Baptist Church of Christ met in conference. The Pastor acting as moderator. First the door of the church was opened for the reception of members, when John Null and his wife Minerva Null presented a joint letter of dismission for Carmal Baptist Church, Smith Co., Texas, and were accordingly received as members of this church.
Appointed Saturday before the second Sunday in June as a day to elect a Deacon and a Clerk, with the agreement of the church to make it a subject of prayer that the Lord would direct us in the choice of said officers. Conference closed. Sung a Doxology Benediction by the Moderator.
R. J. Hogue, Moderator


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The following is most difficult to read. I will not be able to complete all of it due to the fact that this is page 19, and what was on the back, page 20 bled through leaving a most difficult document to read. Boggy Depot C. N.
June 19th 1873 or 1878

The Ebenezer Baptist Church of Christ met in confernece the Pastor acting as Moderator. The doors of the church was opened for the receptions of members. T. J. Bond presented himself desiring to be received into the body . After examination of his experience and christian hope, he was accordingly received for baptisim. The ordinance to take at our next (?) meeting. Our Pastor, R. J. Hogue, resented a letter of dismission, for himself and his wife Sister Clairsea Hogue, and his two daughters, Sisters Tranquil and Martha. R. J. Hogue, for The church of Philadelphia, Choctaw Nation, and in accordance ?????
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