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Wortham Meeting Room is an Exclusive Brethren meeting with roots back to at least 1878, with a correspondent of Seth Fuller. There were no correspondents listed between 1879-1900, but by 1901 Nelson Calame was serving in leadership, thru at least 1951. In 1909, the Wortham Meeting Room was part of the [[Tunbridge Wells Brethren|Tunbridge Wells]] split from the [[Plymouth Brethren Christian Church|PBCC]], with just Nelson serving leadership. Their church building is presently being utilized by another evangelical group, but the McHargue family continues as representative, having served since 1949.
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Wortham Meeting Room is an Exclusive Brethren meeting with roots back to at least 1878, with a correspondent then of Seth Fuller. There were no correspondents listed between 1879-1900, but by 1901 [[Nelson Calame]] was serving in leadership, thru at least 1951. In 1909, the Wortham Meeting Room was part of the [[Tunbridge Wells Brethren|Tunbridge Wells]] split from the [[Plymouth Brethren Christian Church|PBCC]], with just Nelson Calame serving in leadership at the time of the split. The church building is presently being utilized by another evangelical group, but the McHargue family continues as area representatives, having served since 1949.
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==Photos==
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c. 1900[[File:Wortham_building_1.jpg|600x396px]][[File:Wortham_building_2.jpg]]
  
 
==Correspondents==
 
==Correspondents==
 
* Seth Fuller +1878
 
* Seth Fuller +1878
* Nelson Calame +1901-1951+
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* [[Nelson Calame]] +1900-1957 (1868-1957)
* W.F. Michael +1903-1905+; +1914+
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* [[William Frederick Michael]] +1903-1905+; +1914+  (1855-1939)
* Charles "Charley" Chausse +1903-1905+; +1914-1933+
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* [[Charles Augusta Chausse|Charles Augusta "Charley" Chausse]] +1903-1905+; +1914-1933+ (1869-1948)
* Charles "Charlie" Calame +1911-1944+
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* [[Charles Arnold Calame|Charles Arnold "Charlie" Calame]] +1911-1948 (1871-1948)
* Ozie Bevill +1917+
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* [[Ozie Alin Bevill]] +1917-1927+ (1883-1970)
* A.O. Bevil +1923-1927+
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* <span style="font-size: 0.939em;">[[Gary Osborne Summers]] +1933+ (1902-1989)</span>
* Gary O. Summers +1933+
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* [[Benjamin Franklin Wasson]] +1949-1975 (1893-1975)
* Ben Wasson +1949-1973+
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* [[James Siceloff McHargue|James Siceloff "Jim" McHargue]] +1949-1979 (1901-1979)
* James S. "Jim" McHargue +1949-1973+
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* [[John Albert Larson]] +1962-1965 (1877-1965)
* J. Albert Larson +1962+
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* [[James Dwight McHargue]] +1973-'''2016+'''
* James D. McHargue +1973-2005+
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* Sgt. [[Joseph Earnest Dickens|Joseph Earnest "Joe" or "Pappy" Dickens]] +1985-1986 (1913-1986)
* Joe E. Dickens +1985+
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* [[Albert Ray Hunnicutt|Albert Ray "Al" Hunnicutt]] +1985+ (1930-2002)
* Al R. Hunnicutt +1985+
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* [[John Richard Dickens]] +1985+ (1944-2009)
* John R. Dickens +1985+
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* [[Jacqueline Ann McHargue Hunnicutt|Jacqueline  Ann "Jackie" McHargue Hunnicutt]] +2005-2012 (1928-2012)
* Jacqueline "Jackie" Hunnicutt +2005-2010+
 
* Dwight McHargue +2010-2016+
 
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
* Virginia Schewe - Oct 2019
 
* Virginia Schewe - Oct 2019
 
* LOG's
 
* LOG's

Latest revision as of 07:34, 6 October 2019

Wortham Meeting Room is an Exclusive Brethren meeting with roots back to at least 1878, with a correspondent then of Seth Fuller. There were no correspondents listed between 1879-1900, but by 1901 Nelson Calame was serving in leadership, thru at least 1951. In 1909, the Wortham Meeting Room was part of the Tunbridge Wells split from the PBCC, with just Nelson Calame serving in leadership at the time of the split. The church building is presently being utilized by another evangelical group, but the McHargue family continues as area representatives, having served since 1949.

Photos

c. 1900Wortham building 1.jpgWortham building 2.jpg

Correspondents

Sources

  • Virginia Schewe - Oct 2019
  • LOG's