Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Thirdly. The case <of> br James More was then called in question misconduct in his family. the letter which he had previously writen to the Church was then read in the conference. Some further remarks were then made by br Lee stating that br More was guilty of bad conduct since the letter was written James More acknowledged that he was guilty of whipping his wife. After that he was questioned by br Whether he thought that he was worthy to retain his License in the Church as a Teacher he answered in the negative & desired that this conference would receive his License which was done accordingly.
Fourthly. the case of brs George Heartly & Oliver Walker called in. Conference adjourned until tomorrow morning at 9 PM Prayer by br
Conference Convened according to adjournment opened by singing “Go on ye pilgrims, &c.” & prayer by br. . Brother then read the 15. Psalm & 24. &c. & 33 chapter & 13. verse of Isaiah’s Prophesy. Brs. George Heartley & Oliver Walker then withdrew to settle the difficulty between themselves but could not agree Therefore descided that two should be appointed by the Moderator. Brs. & to go. Conference suspended. After some conversation with the parties they agreed to abide the descision of & who concluded that Oliver Walker pay George Heartley which was his just Due. After which it was laid before the Conference but it was with much cavilling on the part of Walker to stand or hold fast to his agreement,. Finally Walker did agree, & truly humbled himself & they came together as brothers and disciples & all matters were settled & buried.
Conference Closed by singing “My loving fellow travellers,” & prayer by br.
Clerk of Con. Dec. 7. 1831.
23 January 1832 • Monday
Minutes of a general Conference held in the land of Zion ( Jackson County Missouri,) at the dwelling house of . January 23.1832.
Present
Joshua Fairchilds (License taken) (Priest) (Teacher) Isaac Bebee [Beebe] [p. 21]
Thirdly. The case of br James More was then called in question misconduct in his family. the letter which he had previously writen to the Church was then read in the conference. Some further remarks were then made by br Lee stating that br More was guilty of bad conduct since the letter was written James More acknowledged that he was guilty of whipping his wife. After that he was questioned by br Whether he thought that he was worthy to retain his License in the Church as a Teacher he answered in the negative & desired that this conference would receive his License which was done accordingly.
Fourthly. the case of brs George Heartly & Oliver Walker called in. Conference adjourned until tomorrow morning at 9 PM Prayer by br
Conference Convened according to adjournment opened by singing “Go on ye pilgrims, &c.” & prayer by br. . Brother then read the 15. Psalm & 24. &c. & 33 chapter & 13. verse of Isaiah’s Prophesy. Brs. George Heartley & Oliver Walker then withdrew to settle the difficulty between themselves but could not agree Therefore descided that two should be appointed by the Moderator. Brs. & to go. Conference suspended. After some conversation with the parties they agreed to abide the descision of & who concluded that Oliver Walker pay George Heartley which was his just Due. After which it was laid before the Conference but it was with much cavilling on the part of Walker to stand or hold fast to his agreement,. Finally Walker did agree, & truly humbled himself & they came together as brothers and disciples & all matters were settled & buried.
Conference Closed by singing “My loving fellow travellers,” & prayer by br.
Clerk of Con. Dec. 7. 1831.
23 January 1832 • Monday
Minutes of a general Conference held in the land of Zion ( Jackson County Missouri,) at the dwelling house of . January 23.1832.
Present
Joshua Fairchilds (License taken) (Priest) (Teacher) Isaac Bebee [Beebe] [p. 21]
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