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C.W. Miller

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

ELDER CHARLES WILLIAM MILLER 

WRITTEN BY RAYMOND H. LEE: Elder C. W. Miller was born on March 25,1866 and passed from this life on September 14, 1957. His life was a most eventful one and one worthy of imitation. He was brought to knowledge of the truth about 1901.  He was ordained to the Gospel Ministry by Tonoloway Church, Fulton County,Pennsylvania, in 1919. He was a gifted minister of the gospel of the Son of God,and also possessed an extraordinary gift as a disciplinarian. His manner was to go straight forward in what he believed to be in accordance with the word of God, and turn neither to the right nor left to court the favor or applause of any. Elder Miller served faithfully several churches in the bounds of the Ketocton Association, and elsewhere, having served Bethel twenty years (1932-1952). His membership was in the afore-mentioned church from January 1922 to August 1953. He was clerk of the Ketocton Association 1923 through 1937. He served the office of moderator faithfully 1942 through 1950. Elder

Miller was assistant editor of the Advocate and Messenger from December 6, 1947 until his demise

 



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