Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
"A History of the New Hopewell and White Communities" written for the Tennessee Homecoming 1986. Contains chapters: --Life in the New Hopwell and White Communities --New Hopewell History --The History of New Hopewell Elementary School --The History of White Elementary School --Church History of New Hopewell Community --History of South Knox County (by Jane Price) --History of South Knox County (by Anna Harris)
Church Histories of First United Methodist Church of Fall Branch and of Church Hill by Josephine Hamilton.
“A Few Highlight in the History of the First United Methodist Church of Fall Branch” [by Josephine Hamilton?], 4 pp. Photocopy; “A Few Highlights in the History of the First United Methodist Church of Church Hill” (Hawkins County, Tenn.) by Josephine Hamilton, 1976. 8 pp. + 1971 newspaper article about silk manufacturer Frederick Ross and his home Rotherwood (photocopy).
Membership records of Clapp’s Chapel in Knox County, Tenn., 1885-1900. Photocopies. + 1953 history of Clapp’s Chapel Methodist Church. Photocopies. (Church history is unpublished.)
Photocopy of the Church Register of the Eleazar Congregation, Mt. Vernon Circuit, Chattanooga District, Holston Annual Conference. Methodist Episcopal Church. Church register includes names of pastors and members. Ca. 1900.
Photocopies of Methodist Holston Conference minister information cards from the Methodist Holston Conference Archives, previously housed in Kelly Library at Emory & Henry College, now at Tennessee Wesleyan College. Cards are arranged in alphabetical order by last name. Cards include name, birth and death dates, place of burial, license and ordination information, sources.
Hopewell United Methodist Church, Millertown Pike, Knox County, Tenn. Copy photograph of painting of the original building which was torn down circa 1910. Painting was done December 1916 by Dorothy Groves and hangs in the current church building. 5x7” B&W + 4x5” copy negative (3/85).
Records of the Newport Circuit, Methodist Episcopal Church. Includes plans of circuits, n.d., 1834-1844; journal, 1818-1819 (author unknown); T. K. Catlett journal, 1830-1831; printed sketch of the Methodist Church by Rev. Levi Brotherton, n.d.; quarterly reports, n.d., 1824-1862; class lists; misc.
Class Book for Oak Grove Methodist Society, 1870-1931. Blount County, Tenn. PHOTOCOPY.
Printed page with marriage information of Sampson Roosevelt Dameron and Katherine Sherrill Fryar, who married at Macedonia M. E. Church, South, on December 14, 1934. Includes signatures of witnesses; 2nd page lists members of the wedding party. 2 pp.
Brief history of St. Clair Methodist Church, Hawkins County, Tenn. Written by Jesse C. Mills for use in the Rogersville Review, May 30, 1980. PHOTOCOPY. 2 pp.
Bound volume. Church register, St. Clair Class, Holston Conference, M. E. Church South. Ca. 1887-1915. Lists pastors, members, some marriages, loose list of members (1 p.). January 13m 1889 secretary's report, 1894 and 1896 letters of transfer, and ca. 1950s newspaper clippings on religious subjects. St. Clair Methodist Church, Hawkins County, Tenn.
Class book from Thomas Chapel (Methodist Church), Mulberry Gap Road, Hancock, County, Tenn. Covers 1856-1888. Lists members’ names and infants in connection with the Church. (Photocopy).