Minute Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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& Augustus Bump
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Mrs. Daniel Jackson,Augusta Bump
Andrew Brim,King Milican
Alexander BrimAffa Woodman.
.Sarah Petingale
Daniel CahoonCornelia Pemberton
Andrew CahoonEdmand Pettingall.
Joseph E. Johnson
Ann Maria Brim.
Andrew Brim said he was guilty of the charge and meant to do so no more and was sor[r]y to hurt his brothers feelings his confession accepted.
plead guilty and thought no hurt in dancing and by persisting in it was at leangth cut off from the Church.
plead guilty and said he was sorry, and was therefore forgiven.
Arfa Woodman plead guilty and confessed her fault with sorrow. and was accepted. confessed and expressed sorrow and was forgiven.
Mrs. Jackson’s confession was accepted.
Ann Maria Brims confessed and was accepted
Voted that Alexander Brim come next Sabath and confess himself.
And Joseph E. Johnson was disposed of in the same way as brother Brim’s was.
And also & are required to come forward next Sabbath and make satisfaction or be excluded from fellowship. of the Church. and if Daniel Cahoon, Andrew Cahoon, Augusta Bump, Augustus Bump, & King Mellikin, do not come forward and make satisfaction, will be seperated from Church. [p. 257]
& Augustus Bump
..
Mrs. Daniel Jackson,Augusta Bump
Andrew Brim,King Milican
Alexander BrimAffa Woodman.
.Sarah Petingale
Daniel CahoonCornelia Pemberton
Andrew CahoonEdmand Pettingall.
Joseph E. Johnson
Ann Maria Brim.
Andrew Brim said he was guilty of the charge and meant to do so no more and was sorry to hurt his brothers feelings his confession accepted.
plead guilty and thought no hurt in dancing and by persisting in it was at leangth cut off from the Church.
plead guilty and said he was sorry, and was therefore forgiven.
Arfa Woodman plead guilty and confessed her fault with sorrow. and was accepted. confessed and expressed sorrow and was forgiven.
Mrs. Jackson’s confession was accepted.
Ann Maria Brims confessed and was accepted
Voted that Alexander Brim come next Sabath and confess himself.
And Joseph E. Johnson was disposed of in the same way as brother Brim’s was.
And also & are required to come forward next Sabbath and make satisfaction or be excluded from fellowship. of the Church. and if Daniel Cahoon, Andrew Cahoon, Augusta Bump, Augustus Bump, & King Mellikin, do not come forward and make satisfaction, will be seperated from Church. [p. 257]
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