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Michigan

By Rev. S. N. Griffith

Rev. R. Hargrave was continued as presiding elder of the district, and Rev. Sanford S. Williams, preacher in charge of the Kalamazoo mission. Cassopolis, which was formerly a part of the Kalamazoo work, was supplied by Rev. T. P. McCool. In 1836 the Indiana Conference met at Indianapolis. Kalamazoo reported a membership of 132. Rev. R. Hargrave was continued as presiding elder on the same district; and Rev. Erastus Kellogg, (father of Rev. E. L. Kellogg, of the Michigan Conference), who has since -located and removed to California, and Rev. H. B. Beers, were appointed to the Kalamazoo work. Rev. E. Kellogg formed a class this year of thirteen members, at Comstock, all of whom have died except J. Love-land. At that conference Rev. J. T. Robe was appointed to the Paoli charge Rev. C. W. Ruter was his presiding elder. This conference year (1836-7) Rev. E. Felton, of the Ohio Conference, died at Rosco, Ohio.

EARLY HISTORY OF METHODISM


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