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The Roland Baptist Church came together
December 11, 1909 after preaching by the pastor
The church was called in conference. The Clerk being absent, R. H. THOMPSON was appointed Clerk Pro Tem.
Minute of last meeting read and after correction approved. The case of Bros. J. H. BLAYLOCK and C. A. TAFT was called up but as both were absent the case was by motion and second continued until next regular meeting. The case of Bro. HUGHES was called up. Bro. HUGHES still refusing to pay his obligation to THOMPSON Bros. The church preferred charges against Bro. HUGHES for contempt of the church and withdrew the hand of fellowship on the charge which was unanimous.
The committee, which was appointed to investigate the church book made their report as follows:
We your committee appointed to investigate the church record during C. A. TAFY term of Clerk Pro. Tem, report as follows: we find notes on pages 142-144 and 151, which we refer to the church for their consideration; which seem to be separate and apart from the minutes. (Over)
(Cont. on page 172)
(Cont. from page 171)
Com.-C. A. TAFT, J. M. C. WOOD, J. H. BLAYLOCK and R. E. SUMMERHILL
The notes referred to above were then read by the Clerk. Note on page 151 was discussed and condemned by those discussing it. Motion prevailed to have Bro. C. A. TAFT comply with the Church's request on July 11, 1908 and add the account of the reconciliation between Bros. THOMPSON and ADAMS and said account to be read at next meeting. The other two notes were continued at next meeting.
By motion, adjourned.
Eld. C. A. McELROY, Mod
R. H. THOMPSON, C. C. Pro. Tem
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