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===Global===
 
===Global===
* W.J. McClure 1925 Belfast, Ireland
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* James Hamilton 1895-1896+ ([[Scotland]])
* Robert McClurkin 1962 Galt, [[Ontario]], [[Canada]]
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* W.J. McClure 1925-1926 Belfast, Ireland
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* Robert J. McClurkin 1962 Galt, [[Ontario]], [[Canada]]
  
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===Unknown Origin===
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* Alexander Lamb 1895-1898+
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* W. Beveridge 1895-1896, 1898, 1922
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* Benjamin Bradford 1898, 1931
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* O.S. McEwen 1923
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=Reports=
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==''Believer's Magazine''==
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===1890's===
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====1895====
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* "Lamb and Beveridge have been working at Petersburg, Va., and are now at Matoaca, Va., where James Hamilton helps them."
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* "Lamb, Beveridge, and Hamilton, have been working a tent in Matoaca, Va. with some little encouragement.  We regret to hear that W. Beveridge is seriously ill."
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===1896===
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* "Alex. Lamb, W. Beveridge, and James Hamilton have had six months' work at Matoaca, where the Lord saved many souls.  After the tent came down, a hall was built in which the work goes on.  An Assembly of over forty is now gathered there in the Lord's Name.  Let saints praise the Lord for this, and pray that they may go on following the Lord fully."
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===1898===
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* "Beveridge and Bradford at Petersburg, and later in Matoaca."
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===1920's===
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====1922====
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* May: Matoaca - "W. Beveridge has been preaching here and in Richmond, Va., with some encouragement."
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* August: "W. Beveridge has been visiting in [[Virginia]].  He had meetings in Matoaca, Petersburg, and went on to Hanover.  James Marshall had a week of meetings at Richmond Hill, which were large and good."
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====1923====
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* "O.S. McEwen gave help in Matoaca, Va., and Kenilworth." 
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====1926====
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* April: "W.J. McClure visited and preached the Word in Richmond, Matoaca, and other places in [[Virginia]]."
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==''Letters of Interest''==
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===1940's===
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====1945====
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* June: Pvt. [[Walter James Parrish]] gave a report on the Lord's work on him while in the service, including testimony of giving his life to the Lord in 1928 in Matoaca, and being in fellowship there and at Petersburg thru 1944, and the assembly that he and other soldiers started at Camp Barkeley, [[Texas]] and Camp Crowder, [[Missouri]]. 
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==''Our Record''==
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===1920's===
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====1926====
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* December: Raleigh, N.C. - "Brn. Sam McEwen and William G. Smith labored in the tent here for some weeks.  Bro. McEwen, however, injured his leg, blood poisoning setting in, so that after a time in the hospital here, he was removed to his home, (Matoaca, Va.) and is at last accounts progressing favorably, though slowly.  Bro. Smith expects (D.V.) to make Raleigh, N.C. his home, his address being Box 600."
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===1930's===
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====1931====
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* June: Petersburg, VA: "Some sixteen were recently baptized and received into fellowship as the result of the meetings in Hopewell and Matoaca, held by Brethren Bradford and McEwen."
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==''Truth and Tidings''==
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===1960's===
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====1968====
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Norman Crawford wrote in June 1968 ''Truth and Tidings'': "John Slabaugh and I saw some blessing in Matoaca, [[Virginia]].  Three adults professed to be saved.  It was good to be in the area where my spiritual father lived and labored.  I was saved thirty years ago this week."
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=Ads=
 
==1950's==
 
==1950's==
 
===1953===
 
===1953===

Revision as of 04:24, 28 October 2020

Visiting Ministry at Matoaca Gospel Hall, Virginia

(OB) 1895-2020+

"Complete" List

Regional

  • Donald B. Moffatt 1958
    • Director @ Family Bible Hour Radio Broadcast
  • Henry Turner 1899 Richmond

National

  • George Baldwin 1967 Indiana, Pennsylvania
  • Norman Crawford 1968 Jackson, Michigan
  • John T. Dickson 1954 
  • Albert Klabunda 1967 Akron, Ohio
  • Oswald L. MacLeod 1964 Hickory, North Carolina
  • Paul P. Plubell 1953 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Gordon N. Reager 1953-1954 Bryn Mawr, PA; 1962 Rosemont, PA
  • John M. Slabaugh 1968 Akron, Ohio
  • William Warke 1964 Lansing, Michigan

Global

  • James Hamilton 1895-1896+ (Scotland)
  • W.J. McClure 1925-1926 Belfast, Ireland
  • Robert J. McClurkin 1962 Galt, Ontario, Canada

Unknown Origin

  • Alexander Lamb 1895-1898+
  • W. Beveridge 1895-1896, 1898, 1922
  • Benjamin Bradford 1898, 1931
  • O.S. McEwen 1923

Reports

Believer's Magazine

1890's

1895

  • "Lamb and Beveridge have been working at Petersburg, Va., and are now at Matoaca, Va., where James Hamilton helps them."
  • "Lamb, Beveridge, and Hamilton, have been working a tent in Matoaca, Va. with some little encouragement. We regret to hear that W. Beveridge is seriously ill."

1896

  • "Alex. Lamb, W. Beveridge, and James Hamilton have had six months' work at Matoaca, where the Lord saved many souls. After the tent came down, a hall was built in which the work goes on. An Assembly of over forty is now gathered there in the Lord's Name. Let saints praise the Lord for this, and pray that they may go on following the Lord fully."

1898

  • "Beveridge and Bradford at Petersburg, and later in Matoaca."

1920's

1922

  • May: Matoaca - "W. Beveridge has been preaching here and in Richmond, Va., with some encouragement."
  • August: "W. Beveridge has been visiting in Virginia. He had meetings in Matoaca, Petersburg, and went on to Hanover. James Marshall had a week of meetings at Richmond Hill, which were large and good."

1923

  • "O.S. McEwen gave help in Matoaca, Va., and Kenilworth."

1926

  • April: "W.J. McClure visited and preached the Word in Richmond, Matoaca, and other places in Virginia."

Letters of Interest

1940's

1945

  • June: Pvt. Walter James Parrish gave a report on the Lord's work on him while in the service, including testimony of giving his life to the Lord in 1928 in Matoaca, and being in fellowship there and at Petersburg thru 1944, and the assembly that he and other soldiers started at Camp Barkeley, Texas and Camp Crowder, Missouri.

Our Record

1920's

1926

  • December: Raleigh, N.C. - "Brn. Sam McEwen and William G. Smith labored in the tent here for some weeks. Bro. McEwen, however, injured his leg, blood poisoning setting in, so that after a time in the hospital here, he was removed to his home, (Matoaca, Va.) and is at last accounts progressing favorably, though slowly. Bro. Smith expects (D.V.) to make Raleigh, N.C. his home, his address being Box 600."

1930's

1931

  • June: Petersburg, VA: "Some sixteen were recently baptized and received into fellowship as the result of the meetings in Hopewell and Matoaca, held by Brethren Bradford and McEwen."

Truth and Tidings

1960's

1968

Norman Crawford wrote in June 1968 Truth and Tidings: "John Slabaugh and I saw some blessing in Matoaca, Virginia. Three adults professed to be saved. It was good to be in the area where my spiritual father lived and labored. I was saved thirty years ago this week."

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1950's

1953

1953 Gordon Reager & Paul Plubell - Matoaca.jpg

1954

1954 Gordon Reager - Matoaca.jpg

1958

1958 Donald Moffatt - Matoaca.jpg

1960's

1962

1962 Gordon Reager & Robert McClurkin - Matoaca.jpg

1964

1964 William Warke & Oswald MacLeod - Matoaca.jpg

1967

1967 Albert Klabunda & George Baldwin - Matoaca.jpg

1968

1968 Norman Crawford & John Slabaugh - Matoaca.jpg


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