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F.E. Thompson

FROM THE BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF PRIMITIVE OR OLD SCHOOL BAPTIST MINISTERS BY DAVID MONTGOMERY AND MARK GREEN: 

ELDER F. E. THOMPSON

 

Elder Floyd Everett Thompson, born on March 18, 1895, a native ofLaurel Springs, North Carolina, died on July 14, 1982. Elder Thompson marriedMiss Maude Johnson on January 17, 1917. To their union were born three

children: one boy and two girls. Brother Thompson joined Center Church of Ash, County of North Carolina. Elder C. B. Kilby performed the service with Elder Ed Davis assisting.

 

In March 1924, Brother Thompson began his ministry and was ordained to the full work of the ministry in June of the same year. "(This is quite an unusual thing for one to be ordained three months from the time of the first effort was made)," Christian Baptist Autobiography, April 1976. CenterChurch called for his ordination, with Elders C. B. Kilby, Ed Davis,Bynum Bierins, and Elder Graves assisting in his ordination. The first tenyears of his ministry in North Carolina, Elder Thompson served Center,Roan Creek, Bear Creek, River View, North Fork, and Piney Creek Churches.

 

Several members who had moved from North Carolina to Maryland desired to erect and organize a church near Bel Air. These members were instrumental in encouraging the Thompsons moving to Maryland in 1934.Elder Thompson assisted in organizing Mt. Carmel Church in September1934, and Elder R. H. Pittman was chosen as associate pastor. In September 1935, Elder Thompson was chosen as pastor and Elder Pittman was chosen as associate. He served Landmark or London Tract (PA); Old Brick or Old Harford Church (MD); Mt. Carmel, Luray (VA); Hawksville (VA); Robinson River, Brightwood (VA); Battle Run and Grace Churches of Virginia.

Until his illness and confinement to the hospital, he served Mt. Carmel and Old Harford Churches.

 



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