Myrtle Head Baptist Church - Minutes

    These minutes were transcribed from ledgers of file with Shelby County Museum.  The writing is very difficult to interrupt, and every effort has been made to correct without loosing the meaning.

Link to Membership of the Church through the years.   Myrtle Head Cemetery

August 2, 1908
   This is to certify that during a protracted meeting held in Myrtle Head Community by Rev. A. J. Eves, a number of missionary Baptist living ????? said community decided to effect themselves into a church organization for the purpose of helping House of the Lord and ????? together, they called on Rev. Creech and Bro. A. L. Eaves to assist them in the great work, to which they responded gladly.
By motion and a second, Bro. Creech was elected moderator, Bro. A. A. Eaves Church Clerk, after which there was a motion and second that they agree same faith and order ?? ???? ??? related with each other for the purpose of keeping house for the Lord. Eleven responded and declared themselves a Church of Christ. A motion was to adopt the articles of faith laid down in Petitions Church manual.
The following are the names of those who went to the Organization, Bro. J. L. Covington, Bro. J.L. Horn, Bro. J.A. Gunnels, Bro. R.L. Hughes, Sister S.E. Gunnels, Sister S.J. Wo?kon, Sister, E. O. Webb, Bro. J.W. Webb, Bro. W.H. Horn, Bro. W.E. Miles, Bro. R. M. Webb.
The following are those which joined during the meeting:
Bro. P., A. Horn, Bro. I.A. Gunnels, Bro. J.E. Haggerty, Sister Ninna Horn, Bro ???? Gunnels, Sister Bettie Gunnels, Bro. ?. P. McSwain, Bro. J.R. McSwain, Bro. W.D. eves, Bro. Willie Sigler, Bro, C.C. Smith, Sister Josie Smith, Sister Mattie Hughes, Bro. J.F. Griffin, Sister Bertie Murphy, Bro. J. K. Walker, Bro. Lonnie Hughes, Sister Elizabeth Horn, Sister Ola Eves, Sister Eva Gunnels.
Bro. Creech, Moderator
Bro. A.L. Eves, C.C.
September20, 1908
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference, Saturday before the 3rd Sunday. First order of business was to extend the privilege of the Church, Second order of Business to Seat visiting members to seat with us, third order of business was reading of Previous meeting, which read and adopted. General business by motion and second. Bro. Haggerty was appointed as committee to see the Cleark? Of Providence Church, to see if Sister Murphy was a letter in good standing. Conference left open until Sunday after preaching by Bro. Creech, by motion and second, by motion and second named the Church Myrtle Head. Next order of business was to call a Pastor Bro. Crocker was called unanimously by motion and second. J. L. Covington was elected Church Clerk. Next order was to elect a choice for Association, by a unanimous vote. The Shelby County Association was our choice. Next order of business was to elect messengers to the Association. Bros. W.J. Sigler, Lon Hughes, J. L. Horn was elected. No other business. Motion was for adjournment until October 4, 1908. Done by Church in Conference
Bro. Creech, Moderator
Br. W.D. Sigler, C.C.
October 4, 1908
   After Services, at the water, by Bro. Creech, by motion and second that we read and adopt the Associational letter, after which the privilege of the Church was extended to Bro. Thomas? Hatton, by letter Sister Eva Gunnels responded by baptism. No other business. Motion to adjourn until the Second Sunday, October 11, 1908.
Bro. Creech, Moderator
Bro. J. L. Covington, C.C.
October 11, 1908
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members. 2nd was to extend the privilege of the Church. 3rd order of business reading minutes of previous meeting church was read and adopted. 5th order of business was to the right hand of church fellowship to Sister Ninna Horn. No other business motion for adjournment.
T.N. Crocker, Moderator
J. L. Covington C.C.
November 8, 1908
   We, Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker.   1st order of business was to seat visiting members. 2nd order was to extend the privilege of the Church. General business was to grant Sister S. J. Wankan? A letter at her own request. Motion and second that Bros. ??? Hatton and Jim Webb be messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting to be held at Blare Conference. Left open until a Sun. after service by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business was to extend the privilege of the Church. Bro. J.D. Hatton jointed by letter. Next order was to extend right had of church fellowship to Bros. Hatton, Bro. Griffin, Bro. Huce Gunnels. Motion and second that we change, Sat. meeting until 3:00 o’clock P. M. Motion to adjourn conference.
T. N. Crocker, Moderator
J. L. Covington, C.C.
January 9, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist Church met in conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker, Saturday before the second Sunday. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members, minutes read and adopted. General business by motion and second that Bro. Crocker appoint J. D. Hatton as Messenger. Bro. Hatton appointing Bro. Willie Sigler. Bro. Sigler appointing Bro. J.E. Haggerty as Messenger to the fifth Sunday meeting. Sunday, after preaching by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business was to extend the privilege of the church, whereby Sister Missionria Hatton jointed by letter. Moved and second that we rescind the act of receiving Sister Murphy in the Church. Moved and second that we grant Bro. F. Horn a Church Letter. No other business. Motion to adjourn carried.
T.N. Crocker, Moderator
J.L. Covington, C.C.
February 13, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference of preaching by Bro. T. N. Crocker. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members. 2nd order was to extend the privilege of the Church whereby Sister Nancy Hatton joined by Letter. Conference left open until Sunday, February 14th. No other business, motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Moderator
J.L. Covington, C.C.
April 10, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist Church met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members. No other business. Motion to adjourn Conference.
T.N. Crocker, Moderator
J. L. Covington, C.C.
May 9, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist Church met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business by motion and second. J.R.. Hatton, J. L. Covington, J. E. Haggerty be sent as messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting. No other business. Motion to adjourn until next meeting.
T. N. Crocker, Moderator
J. L. Covington, C.C.
June 13, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members. Report of fifth Sunday meeting by Bro. Crocker was favorable. No other business. Motion to adjourn
T. N. Crocker, Moderator
J.L. Covington, C.C.
July 10, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. Motion and second that Bros. E.F. Hughes and Jim Williams be invited to assist Bro. Crocker in ordaining Bro. Jeff Hatton as Deacon. Sisters Josie Hatton and Mary E. Sigler joined by letter, and was fellowshipped in the church. No other business. Motion to adjourn until next meeting.
T. N. Crocker, Moderator
J. L. Covington, C.C.
August, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met Saturday before the second Sunday, after preaching by Bro. Crocker. Conference was declared open for the purpose of Ordaining a Deacon or any other business that should come before us. Bro. A. F. Hughes assisted Bro. Crocker ordination work. Bro. J.D. Hatton appointed as a Messenger to the fifth Sunday. No other business. Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Moderator
J. L. Covington, C.C.
September 11, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members. General business, motion and second that bros. Isaac Hatton, Bro. Willie Sigler and Bro. J.L. Covington be seat as Messengers to the Association, alternates, Bro. J.E. Haggerty, Bro. P. H. Horn. No other business. Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J. L. Covington, C.C.
October 9, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. Conference was declared open. 1st order of business was to invite visiting members to seats with us. Bro. Crocker was called to serve us for another year. The call was excepted. The Associational Letter was adopted by amendments. Bro. Isaac and Sister Vinnie Hatton was baptized. Messengers to fifth Sunday meeting, Bro. Willie Sigler and Bro. Jeff Hatton. No other business. Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
November, 1909
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members. No other business. Motion to adjourn
T. N. Crocker, Mod.
J. L. Covington, C.C.
January 9, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by bro. Crocker 1st order of business was to seat visiting members. 2ns order of business was to extend privilege of the Church. Sister Haggerty presented herself as a candidate for baptism. By motion and second, Bros. Willie Sigler and Isaac Hatton represent us at the fifth Sunday Meeting. No other business. Motion to Adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J. L. Covington, C.C.
April 10, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker. The Clerk was absent, Bro. I.S. Hatton acted as clerk for this meeting. 1st order of business was to seat visiting members 2nd was to extend the privilege of the Church. By motion and second Bro. Crocker appoint a committee to see after Messengers of the fifth Sunday meeting to be held at Myrtle Head, May 1910. Bro. J.D. Hatton, I.S. Hatton, J.E. Haggerty, P.H. Horn, Willie Sigler as committee. By motion and second of the body Bros. J.C. Haggerty, P. H. Horn, I.S. Hatton was appointed Messengers to the Fifth Sunday Meeting. By motion and second, Willie Sigler was granted licenses to preach. Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
May 15, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker.  Taking the 4th order of business calling for acknowledgments nothing under that head. Conference left open until 7 PM. no business of importance. Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
June 11, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker.  General business call for Volunteers as Messengers to the joint fifth Sunday meeting.  Bro. Willie Sigler, J.D. Hatton responded and Bro. J.E. Haggerty was elected as Messenger.  Sister Haggerty was baptized and Christian fellowship was extended to her. No other Business. Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
July 9, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker.  1st order was to seat visiting members.  2nd order to extend the privilege of the church, to which Bro. W.L. Wall joined by Letter.  No other business.  Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
August 13, 1910
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head, met in Conference after preaching by Bro. T. N. Crocker.  1st order of business was to seat visiting members. 2nd to extend the privilege of the church to which Bros. Sigler, sister Sigler, Bro. Lonnie Hatton, Bro. L.M. Hatton, Bro. Robert Hughes, Bro. John Holt, Bro. Ebb Stephens, Sister Tinnie Hughes, Sister Scarbrough responded by confession and baptism.  Sister Bettie Wall, sister Emma Byford, Bro. Richie, sister Richie, sister may Richie,by Letter.   Sister Lura Covington re-instated their calling for acknowledgments. Bro Ronzie Well had a confession of faults.  Fourth minutes read, adopted. Fifth of committee, Bro. J.D. Hatton, Bro. Richie and J.L. Covington was appointed to look after members walking disorderly.  Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
September 11, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Pastor.   1st order of business was toe seat visiting members.  2nd was to extend the privilege of the Church, to which Bro. R.C.? Hughes responded by confession and baptism. Third calling for acknowledgement Bro. Billie Horn made a confession of faults. Fifth by motion and second Bros. W. J. Wigler,  J.T.Ricky, L. M. Hatton was elected Messengers to the association, J. L. Covington, Lonnie Hatton as alternates.  By motion and second Bro. T. N. Crocker was called unanimously by the Church to serve them for the Associational year.  By motion and second the Church withdrew fellowship from Sister Dora Mills for departing faith.  The Church in Conference moved that Bro. W. J. Sigler be ordained as a Minister of the Gospel, also, Bro. C. J. Sigler be ordained as a deacon.  This is to be done at our next meeting.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C. 
October 10, 1910
    Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Pastor.  1st order of business was to seat visiting members. 2nd to extend the privilege of the Church.  Third minutes read and adopted. Fourth calling for acknowledgements.  Fifth, by motion report of committee received and committee discharged.  The Church elected Bros. W. L. Wall and Rison Hughes and Lonnie Hatton as Messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting.  Associational letter read and adopted Conference left open till Sunday morn and the following business was transacted: Bro. Willie Sigler was ordained for the full work of the Ministry.  Br. C. J. Sigler was ordained abac??? by laying of the hands of the presbty.   Bros. T. N. Crocker, J.T. Peddy and W. H. Joplin by motion and second  were ascended the act of receiving. Bro. R. L. Hughes and wife on statement of Letter. Motion to adjourn.
T. N. Crocker, Mod.
J. L. Covington, C.C.  
November 13, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Bro. Crocker.  No business of importance.  Motion to adjourn.
T. N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington. C.C.
December 11, 1910
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after after a series of service. No business. Motion to adjourn.
T. N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
January 8, 1911
   We, the Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Pastor.   1st order of business was to elect Messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting.   Bros. L. M. Hatton, Robert Hughes J.E. Haggers. 4th order business was calling for confession of faults where upon Bro. Renzie Webb ask the church withdraw from him for disorderly conduct.  By motion and second charges was preferred and a committee was to see Bro. Webb and report same to the Church.  J.E. Haggerty, J. L. Covington, C.J. Sigler Committee.  No other business.  meeting to adjourn.
T. N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
March 12, 1911
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after a series of services for business that ???? her attention.  1st order of business, reading minutes of previous meeting. Minutes approved and committee discharged.  J. L. Covington was appointed to see Bro. Renzie Webb and report to Church next meeting. By motion the Church granted Bro. W. L. Wall a Letter.  by Motion the Church ascended the act of receiving Sister Bettie Wall. Bro. L. M. Hatton and Lonnie Hatton, Ebb Stephens was elected Messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting.  No other business. Motion to adjourn.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
April 10, 1911
   We, the Missionary Baptist at Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand her attention.  1st order of business was to appoint someone to buy songs book for the Church.  Lonnie Hatton was appointed to buy the amount of 1 dozen.   J. L.Covington was appointed to see after and take care of them as Church property.   No other business.  Motion to adjourn.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
J. L. Covington, C.C.
June 10, 1911
   We, the Missionary Baptist at Myrtle Head met in Conference for business.   1st order of business was to seat visitor members. 2nd reading minutes of previous meeting, read and adopted. Third order by motion the Church granted Sister E. L. Scarbrough a Church Letter.  Messengers were appointed by the Mod. to attend the joint fifth Sunday meeting.  J. D. Hatton, W. J. Sigler, Ebb Stephens were appointed.   Motion and second that a committee be appointed to see after disorderly conduct.   Bros. Richie, Sigler and J. S. Hatton were appointed by Mod.  Motion to adjourn.
T. N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
July 8, 1911
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after preaching by Pastor.   1st order of business was to seat visit members.  2nd was to extend the privilege of the Church to which four responded by baptism, Amos Hughes, Mattie Hughes, Annie Grimsby, Lukie Hatton.  4th calling for acknowledgments to which Bro. J.F. Griffin ask the Church to withdraw from him and was withdrawn from.  No other business.  Motion to adjourn.
T. N. Crocker, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
August 12, 1911
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference after a series of Services for business that might demand her attention.  1st order of business was to seat visiting members.  4th order of business minutes of June and adopted.   Fifth order by motion and second Sister Ola Eves was granted a Letter by her own request.  By motion and second the orphans home be tabled until our next meeting.   By motion and second the Church rescinded Bro. Eaves statement.  By motion his acknowledgments was received and committee discharged.  By motion Conference closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
J.L. Covington, C.C.
November, 1911
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference after a series of services for business that may demand her attention.  1st order of business was to seat visiting members.  4th order calling for acknowledgements to which Bro. S. L. Horn was restored to full fellowship by confessing of faults.
J. M. Spivey, Mod
J.L. Covington, C.C.
March 10, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention after preaching by our Pastor.  The following business was transacted:  1st order of business was to invite visiting members to seat with us.   second order of business minutes of November 1911 read and adopted.  Third order of business was the election of a new Clerk.  Lonnie Hatton was elected Church Clerk. Fourth order of business was to appoint Messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting to be held at Tenaha.  John Holt, Robert Hughes and Lonnie Hatton were appointed.   General business - a public collection to the amount of Two Dollars $2.00 was taken to help bear the traveling expenses of our Pastor.  No other business.  Motion to adjourn.
J. M. Spivy, Mod
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
April 12, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention after preaching by our Pastor.  The following business was transacted.  First by motion and second we set apart our next regular meeting day for Communion Services, which will be the second Sunday in May.  Second, by motion and second that we as the church withdraw fellowship with Bro. Amos McSwain. No other business, motion to adjourn.
J. M. Spivy, Mod
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
May 12, 1912
   Myrtle head Missionary Baptist met in Conference for business that demand her attention. 1st. order of business inviting visiting member to seats with us.  2nd   order of business extending the privilege of the Church.  No one responded.   Third order business calling for confession of false.  Fourth order of business minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  No other business, motion to adjourn.
J.M. Spivy, Mod
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
June 9, 1912
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist met in Conference for Business that demands her attention.  1st order of business, inviting visiting members to seats with us. 2nd  _______ 3rd. Calling for confession of false to this no responds was made.   4th minutes of last meeting read and adopted. General  business, Amos Hughes, L. M. Hatton and Lonnie Hatton were appointed as messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting to be held in this month.  No other business, motion to adjourn.
J.M. Spivy, Mod.
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
July 13, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention.  Know business of the 1,2, and 3 order of business.   4th order of business, minutes read and adopted.  No other business, motion to adjourn.
J. M. Spivey, Mod.
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
August 11, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference at the beginning of protracted services. On Saturday night Bro. Willie Sigler conducted the service.   Br. Spivy came Sunday, he and Bro. Willie conducted the service, during the meeting.   The following business was transacted during the meeting.  Third order of Business was the confession of faults, to which Bro. Renzie Web confessed to the Church that he was dissatisfied with his baptism and asked that he may be baptized again.   By motion and second he was received as a candidate for baptism.  Miss Zora Smith and Miss Bernice Holt were received as candidates for baptism.  After this member in full fellowship.  General business was the calling for a Pastor for the next associational year.  Friday August 16th was the day set apart for calling the Pastor.  Bro. Spivy Mod., Call for this business after a member suggestion.  A motion and second was the we go ahead with this business, the motion was voted on.   Returns were four for this motion and six against it.  Another motion and second was that we meet at the Church on the fourth Sunday in August for the purpose of calling our Pastor, this motion received a majority vote.  Services closed at the waters on Saturday, at twelve o'clock.
J. M. Spivy, Mod.
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
August 25, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist met in Conference.  this being a call session our Moderator was not present and Bro. Jeff Hatton was appointed (by the Church) Moderator protem.  General Business was taken up.  This was the calling of our Pastor.   First question was, how shall we vote for our Pastor; by ballot or by a risen Vote?   We agreed to take a risen vote.  Bro. J. M> Spivy was elected by a unanimous volt.  There being no other business, motion to adjourn.
J. M. Spivy, Mod.
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
September, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention.  1st order of business was to invite visiting members to seats with us.  2nd order of Business was the reading of two minutes one, August 11, the other August 25. They stand adopted.  The Order of Business was the call for confession of faults, to this several of our brethren responded, and confessed to the Church that we are not standing firm to what we believe a true Christian should.   General business, Messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting were selected, John Holt, Amos Hughes, and Fate Horn were selected.  messengers to the Association were selected; L. M. Hatton, Lonnie Hatton and Willie Sigler were selected. Alternate were selected; Rison Hughes, Robert Hughes and Walter Eves were selected as alternates.   The Church asked her Messengers to vote against a standing place for the association.  No other business, adjourn.
J.M. Spivy, Mod.
Lon Hatton, C.C.
October 12, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention.  1st order of business was omitted.  2nd order of business was the reading of minute of our previous meeting read and adopted.   Conference was left open until Sunday morning.  General business was the call for the Associational Letter to be read.  It was read and adopted after a small correction was made.  Motion to adjourn carried.
J.M. Spivy, Mod.
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
November 9, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention.  1st order of business was to invit visiting members to seats with us.  2nd order of business was the opening of the doors of the Church, to this no one responded.  3rd order of business call for minute of last meeting, it was read and adopted.  Miscellaneous business was the paying of our Pastor in both money and farm produce.  The exact amount can't be stated until delivered.  No other business, motion to adjourn carried.
J.M. Spivy, Mod.
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
December 7, 1912
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention.  1st and 2nd orders of business were omitted.  Calling for the reading of minutes, it was read and adopted.  Miscelleanous busines, John Holt and Amos Hughes volunterred to attend the fifth Sunday meeting.  L. M. Hatton was appointed by the Church to go.  Bro. Spivy reported, corn received since last meeting.  Bro. A. Holt, 5 bin Bro. C. J. ???8 bin. No other business motion to adjourn carried.
J.M. Spivy, Mod.
Lonnie Hatton, C.C.
February 9, 1913
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in Conference for business that may demand our attention.  First order of business was to invite visiting Brother and sisters to seats with us. Second order of business omitted. Third order reading of minutes.  Fourth order omitted.  Fifth order a motion to elect a Clerk, motion prevailed.  Bro. John Holt was elected upon request a motion was made to grant to Bros. Jeff Hatton, Lonnie Hatton Lukey Hatton, sisters Josie Hatton and J?inny Hatton, letters of dismission, motion prevailed.  There being no further business a motion to adjourn, motion prevailed. Collections for Pastor $2.60.
J. M. Spivy, Mod
W. J. Sigler C.C. Pro.
April 12, 1913
  We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference this 12th day of April 1913.  firs order buisness to invite visington members to seas with us. 2 order omited. 3rd order reading of minutes.  4th order ?reace of the church sister Lura Covingteon married ?keley was excluded on charge to denile of Baptist faith.  Brother Rene Webb was charged with drunkness, action on charge defered until next meeing. Theire bing no futher buiness conferc agerned. Collections for Paster $1.75  (note: Typed as written)
J. M. Spivy, Moderator
W.J. Sigler, C.c. Protend
June 7, 1913
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ Myrtle Head met in Conference.   1 and 2 order of business omitted. 3rd order reading of minutes. 4th order peace? of the Church/ Reference Brother Rene Webb was excluded on charge of Drunkness. 5 order general Business.  Brethren Mat Hatton and John Holt was elected as messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting to be held at Mt. Herman.  There being further business conference adjourned.
J.M. Spivy, Mod.
W.J. Sigler, C.C. Protend
July 12, 1913
   We, the Missionary Church of Christ  Myrtle Head met in Conference after preaching by our J. M. Spivy.  First and second order of business omitted. 3 order reading of minutes of previous meeting. There being no future business by motion conference adjourned.
J. M. Spivy. Mod.
W.J. Sigler, C.C. Prot.
August 11, 1913
   The Missionary Baptist Church at Myrtle Head met in Conference August the 11, 1913.  First, invited visiting Brethren to seats with us and extend privilege of Church. 3rd. Minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th call for acknowledgement - none. General Business the Church went into the Election of Pastor and Clerk.  J.T. Richey was elected. Letters of dismission was granted Bro. Smith, wife and daughter, also Bro. Covington.  Clerk the calling of Pastor was deferred until next meeting.   There being no other business by motion Conference Closed.
J.M. Spivy, Mod.
J.T. Richey, C.C. 
November, 1913
   The Missionary Baptist at Myrtle Head. Second Sunday in November 1913. Order of Business. first, invited Brethren to seats with us.  Second, Extended privilege of Church. Third minutes of last meeting with ammendments adopted.  Fourth, called for Acknowledgments.  Fifth, General business, the church extended right had of Church fellowship to sister Bernice Holt.  Brethren Amos Hughes, John Covington and Mat Hatton was elected as Messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting.  By moved and sec. conference adjourned.
J. A. Latamore, Mod
J.T. Richey, C.C.
January, 1914
   The Missionary Baptist Church at Myrtle Head met in Conference.  First and 2nd order of business omitted.  3rd order - minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th.  order called for acknowledgements - none. 5th.  General business. there being nothing under this head cant adjourned.  The church granted Bro. Crit? Hughes and wife Letters of Dismission. 
J.A. Latamore, Mod.
J.T. Richey, C.C.
February, 1914
   The Missionary Baptist Church at Myrtle Head met in Conference.  First and second order of business omitted.  3 - minutes of last meeting adopted.  4 th  Acknowledgments - none.  General Business  there being nothing under this head, Conference adjourned.
T. J. Sigler, for Mod.
J.T. Richey, C.C.

The minutes for March 1914 through August 1919 are missing.

September, 1919
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle Head met in protracted meeting with Bro. H. H. Hall and Brother Wade Eaves to conduct the meeting.  They called for members and there were thirteen came back together the first night and the end of the meeting there were 37 by Letter and for Baptism of which are in rolled at the back of the book. Called Brother eaves for our Pastor for the year 1920.

The minutes for October 1919 through March 1920 are missing.

April, 1920
   We, the Missionary Baptist of Myrtle head met in Conference. First order of business of the year invite visiting brethren to seat with us.  Church minutes.   Preaching by Bro. W.W. Eaves.  Order of business was Sister Belcher Letter, read motion and that she was received in full fellowship of the Church.  No other business, motion to adjourn.
W.W. Eaves, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
June 13, 1920
   Myrtle Head Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference after preaching by Bro. S.F Taylor.   First order of Business was to seat visiting brethren.  Sec. order of Business to ????the privilege of the Church was omitted.   Third order of business was more and a second that we call a Pastor for the remaining part of the year.  After prayer by Brother Richey, we called Bro. G. F. Taylor by a unanimous vote.  4th order of business was to meet the first Sat in June for our protracted meeting to convene.  Motion to adjourn.
G.F. Taylor, Moderator
Rison Hughes, C.C.
July 4, 1920
   The Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head at the beginning of ?????iced meeting.  First order of business was to seat visiting brethren with us.  Second confession of Faults of which were none.  Third, was to extend the privilege of the church of which four presented themselves for membership. During the ???day ????? received Sister Ellen Oliver by Letter from Coerenth Church ????? and her son Joe and daughter. and were baptized  and Preston Oliver forth coming of a letter .  Meeting put of until Aug.
No Signature... but writing is of Rison Hughes.
August 1, 1920
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met at Myrtle Head in Conference. At the beginning of protracted meeting.   First order of business to invite visiting brethren to seat with us.  Second, confession of faults.  Third extend the privilege of the Church, there were three members ??? by Letter.  Bro. B. Andrews member and Deacon and sister L. M. Andrews and sister Oliver by Acknowledgements.
J. F. Taylor, Moderator
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 5, 1920
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met at Myrtle Head in Conference to attend any business that should come before us.  But no business was transacted.   Moved and second that we put off calling a Pastor till the 4th Sunday.  Moved and second to adjourn.
G. ? Taylor, Moderator
Rison Hughes, C.C.   
September 26, 1920
   Called Conference -  We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met at Myrtle Head in Conference.  After a talk by Bro. ??? Andrews, we called Bro. Henry Cooper for our Pastor.
No Signatures, but writing is of Rison Hughes, C.C.
December 19, 1920
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   First order of business was to invite visiting brethren to seats.  Second order of business Confession of Faults, none. Third order of business omitted. Fourth order of business was to extend the privilege of the Church - none. Motion and second to adjourn.
Henry Cooper, Moderator
Risen Hughes, C.C.
January 16, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head after preaching by brother Cooper.  1 order of business to invite visiting brethren to seat with us.  2 Omitted.  3. Call for Confession of faults, to which some responded and said they had not kept up with our preaching long enough.  4. Call for the Sun. last minutes to be read, they stood adopted with a few amendments.  5.   Order of business none except more motion and second that we authorize the building committee to give back what they had not already give back of what they collected.   No delegates elected is to go to the fifth Sunday meeting.  Motion and second is adjourn.
Henry Cooper, Moderator
Rison Hughes, C.C.
March 20, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head .  1st. invite visiting brethren to seat with us.  2nd extend privilege of the Church.  3rd. minutes at last meeting read and adopted.  4th Call for acknowledgements - none. 5th Order of general business. Authorize the clerk to write Sister Ira Matlcok, a letter of dismission and send it to her. Motion and second to adjourn.
Henry Cooper, Moderator
Risen Hughes, C.C.
April 17, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us.  2nd extend the privilege of the Church.  3rd  Minutes of last meeting read and adopted.   4th Call for acknowledgements. 5th General business. Motion and second to adjourn.
Henry Cooper, Moderator
Risen Hughes, C.C.
May 22, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us.  2nd extend the privilege of the Church.  3rd  Minutes of last meeting postponed until next Conference day.  4th Call for confession of faults, none. 5th General business of Church, Appointed Risen Hughes Purl? Gunnels and H.F. Byford as delegates to the fifth Sunday meeting.  Motion and second to adjourn.
Henry Cooper, Moderator
Risen Hughes, C.C.
June 26, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us.  2nd extend the privilege of the Church.  3rd  Minutes of last meeting postponed until next Conference day.  4th Call for confession of faults.  5th General business, our protracted meeting to Conference Saturday before the third Sunday in August with Brother Marshall of San Augustan County to assist in the meeting.  Motion to adjourn.
Henry Cooper, Moderator
Rison, Hughes, C.C.
July 31, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us.  2nd extend the privilege of the Church.  3rd  Minutes of last meeting read and adopted.   4th Call for confession of faults.  5th  General business motion and second that our meeting Conference during the fifth week instead the third week in August.   Move that Sister Ada Wall Sister Nonie Wall and sister Bugay Wall be granted letters of dismission from this church when joined together of the same faith and order.   We called Brother Marshall of San Augustine County for out Pastor for the next year.  Conference closed.
Henry Cooper, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 22, 1921
    We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us.  2nd extend the privilege of the Church.  3rd  Minutes of last meeting read and adopted.   4th Call for confession of faults. No General business.  Motion and second to adjourn.
Henry Cooper, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 25, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us.  2nd extend the privilege of the Church.  3rd  Minutes of last meeting read and adopted.   4th Call for confession of faults, none.  5th General business Motion that we ????  the elected of delegation in the Association.  Motion and second to adjourn.
Sarle ??? moderator protem
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October 22, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, on excepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted with some changes.  4th. called for confession of faults.  5th.  General business, Brother Gunnels, myself and Brother Byford elected as delegates t the fifth Sunday meeting.  brother Joe Oliver and Bro. Elijah Hughes as alternates.   Conference carried over until next Sunday--Sunday a call made for Bro. J. J. Horn a Letter.  Conference closed.
Bro. Henry Marshall Mod.
Rizon Hughes, C.C.
November 26, 1921
  We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, on excepted, Sisters Agnes and Bonnie Bailey coming by Letter..   2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th. called for confession of faults.  5th.  General business, none.
December 25, 1921
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, on excepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted with some changes.  4th. called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, no delegates elected to the fifth Sunday meeting.  sister Bonnie and Agnes Bailey presented their letters.  We read them and received them in full fellowship with the Church.
Bro. Henry Marshall Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
April 23, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th. called for confession of faults.  5th. General business, received Brother Richey, Church Letter.  No Signatures
June 24, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.  5th Bro. Richey and wife, letter read and gladly received in full fellowship with the Church.
Brother Henry Marshall, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
July 23, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.  5th General business- none, except that our meeting will convene August 26.    Conference adjourned.
Henry Cooper Moderator
Rison Hughes C.C.
August 26, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.  5th General business, preaching Sunday and Sunday night part of meeting until the following Sunday our meeting received members by Letter, fourth coming, Leona Hatton for Baptism. Lillie Luman, Liddle Luman, Naomi Forsythe, they were baptized the following Sunday and Marguett Bailey postponed, calling our Pastor? until 23 day of September. Conference Closed.
H.C. Marshall, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 23, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted with one amendment.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General Buenos. We called Brother J.A. Jackson for our Pastor.  Our Letter asking admission into the Shelby County Association read and adopted.  Houston Gunnels, Rison Hughes and J.T. Richey sent as delegates to the Association at Cedar Yard.  Received Sister Sue Luman for membership on fourth, coming Letter.
H.C. Marshall, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October 22, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.  5th General business, no delegates to the fifth Sunday meeting.  we called Brother Harrison for our Pastor.
Brother Lon Sarle?, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
November 25, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.  5th General business, Sue Sue Luman's Church Letter read and the clerk authorized to state same in minutes.   Brother Harrison agrees to serve us as Pastor, providing we give him our cooperation.  No other business meeting adjourned.
Bro. Drue Harrison, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
December 23, 1922
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business, none, Brother Harrison received cash $3.00 Syrup 10 gal $5.00
Brother Drue Harrison, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
January 28, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head after preaching by Brother F. M. Jones, Brother Harrison could not be with us, voted Brother Jones act as moderator, we preceded with the following business.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd postponed reading.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business none.  Conference closed.
F. M. Jones, Moderator protem
Rison Hughes, C.C.
February 24, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted as corrected.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business none.   Conference closed.
Bro. Drue Harrison, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
March 24, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd postponed reading of minutes of last meeting.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business,   Sister Winnie Forsythe granted a Letter of dismission and the Clerk authorized is to write the same for request was by Letter from her.  Conference Closed.
Bro. Drue Harrison, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
April 21, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business, elected delegates to the fifth Sunday meeting. Conference closed.
Bro. Drue Harrison, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
May 26, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business,  ??? selected fourth Sunday in June for the dedication.  Sermon is to be preached and selected Bro. Crocker to lead in the service.  We invited all singers to come and assist in the song service at 9o'clock ???? specially Bro. Henry Thomas as leader and preach service at 10:00 o'clock lead by Bro. Rison Hughes.
D.C. Harrison, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
June 23, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business, we ???? ????? and dedication ????? the count of our ???? not being finished, but extended the same invitation as before for our next meeting day $20.00 collected for the Offins (orphans) Home and ???? ??? to Risen Hughes, C.C.  Conference adjourned. 
D. C. Harrison, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
July 21, 1923
    We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read, corrected and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business,   we decided to wait until our next meeting to decide on our protracted meeting place and harmony of church good as far as its known.  No delegates elected to the fifth Sunday meeting.
D.C. Harrison, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 25, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head after preaching of Brother F. M. Jones .  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, Sister Lillie Luman confessed that she had done rong and said the wanted the Church to forgive her that God had forgiven her.. 5th general business, we decided to wait until later to have our protracted meeting.  Conference closed.
F. M. Jones, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 28, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head after preaching by Brother D.C. Harrison  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read, corrected and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business,  We postponed the calling of our Pastor until ??? in October.  We selected Bro. J.T. Richey, Rison Hughes and Houston Gunnels to represent us at the fifth Sunday meeting  We paid Brother Harrison $20.70.
D. C. Harrison, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October 7, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business, we called Bro. J.A. Lattimer for our Pastor.  We are sending Bro. J.T. Richey, Bro. S. H. Gunnels and Rison Hughes to Association as delegates.  We paid our Pastor $2.00 more.   (no signatures)
October 28, 1923
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   As Brother Latimer could not served us as Pastor and failed to come, Brother Richey read a Scriptural Lesson and commented?? and same and then we called conference more and second.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business,   postponed calling another preacher until later.  No other business.
J.T. Richey, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
February 3, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, motion and second that we call a Pastor as the one that we called could not serve us.  We called by ballot and Brother W. J. Sigler was unanimously called.   We will set the Sunday for our meeting day later.  Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
April 12, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, we decided to sill hold the second Sunday for our preaching day. No other business came before the body.  Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
May 10, 1924 -  June 7, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. General business, none. Conference closed.
J.T. Richey, Mod. Protem
Rison Hughes, C.C.
July 12, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, which Sister Oula Carmichael responded by Letter from Old Salem.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.  5th General business, our meeting set is commence Saturday before the third Sunday in August and we extended an invitation to Brother D.C. Harrison to assist Brother Sigler in the meeting.  Motion and Second voted that we convene on Sunday.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 9, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, Brother Sigler member and Minister of the Gospel at Old Salem united with us by Letter.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th Conference left open until after the meeting which will convene Saturday night of the third Sunday.   Brother Harrison came having him and Brother Sigler in our meeting and brother T. N. Crocker, our Shelby County missionary spent one day and night with us.  Sister Sigler united by Statement, Miss Fleta Gunnels united by Baptism and we had a glorious meeting. Conference closed at the water  fourth Sunday.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 12, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, we are looking forward to our next preaching day for a special service for Brother Rudd to preach for us.  We set apart to call our Pastor on our next preaching day.  Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October, 11, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, we sent as messengers to the Shelby County Association Brother J.B. Andrews, Houston Gunnels and Rison Hughes as alternates Preston Oliver.  As there was nothing else to come before the body, move and second that conference adjourn.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
November 8, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, Brethren Houston Gunnels, Rison Hughes and Preston Oliver sent as delegates to the fifth Sunday meeting.  Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
December 13, 1924
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, by motion and second and carried by the body that we resend the act of receiving Vinnie Hatton now Bailey and Ethel Oliver by Letter.  And noted we give the following names until the second Sunday in March to bring their Letters, R.C. Hughes, Emma? Hughes, J.W. Webb, Pallie Holt, A.B. Holt, Emma Byford, Mattie Holt. Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
January 10, 1925
  
We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business  none.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
February 12, 1925
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, the Church preferred Charges against Leona Hatton for dancing.  No other business.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
April 11, 1925
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, we rescended the act of receiving Brother Webb and Sister Mattie Holt on fourth coming of a Letter, and drawn fellowship from Leona Hatton for dancing.   Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
June 13, 1925
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th, General business none.  Conference closed.  (No signatures.
July 11, 1925
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business motion and second carried before body that we meet the following Sunday and organize a Bible Class and Sabbath School. We meet third Sunday for our protracted meeting.  Conference closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 8, 1925
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th, general business was to postpone our meeting until October.  We left of selecting our delegates to the fifth Sunday meeting.   $1.00 for general funds.  We met following Sunday with Bro. J.T. Richey, Mod. and selected Brethren Rison Hughes, G. H. Gunnels and Minnie Hughes as delegates and Sister Bettie Gunnels and Sister Oliver as alternates. Conference Closed.
W. J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October 10, 1925
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business, we still agree to try to have a few days meeting.  We made $4.75 for state missionaries.  $2.25 for foreign missionaries $2.000 for minutes.  We finished after Pastor out $21.10 and finished paying for our building and set the following Tuesday as call our Pastor.  Conference closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
November 12, 1925
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother Crocker.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th general business, we had ??? that ?????? and one appointed Bros. Houston Gunnels, Rison Hughes and Preston Oliver to attend the fifth Sunday meeting and we had previously set the day to call our Pastor.  We called Bro. T. N. Crocker by a Unanimous vote.  Conference Closed.
T.N. Crocker, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.

December 1925 through April 1926 are missing

May 22, 1926
  
We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, after a good service and being that our Pastor could not be with us we elected Bro. J.T. Richey as moderator, protem.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th, general business as we had previously set apart the following day to commune as to selebrat (celebrate) the Lords Supper and as our Pastor could not be with us, we invited Brother Sigler to be with us and had a glorious service.  Conference adjourned.
J.T. Richey, Mod. Protem
Rison Hughes, C.C.
June 27, 1926
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, after a talk by Brother J.A. Mull on Sunday school.  We made up $2.00 in order ???????? with to help out our bible class, after which Broth T. N. Crocker preached a fine sermon.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.  5th General business, As Brother Crocker could not be with us on the next fourth, we decided to have preaching on the second and try to have our meeting if we could get some preacher to preach for us, as Brother Crocker cant be with us. Conference closed.
T.N. Crocker, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 29, 1926
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head,at the beginning of a protracted meeting.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, of which during the week we received 5 members 2 by baptism, Sister Unice Luman and Sister Errie? Bradshaw, one by Letter from providence, Buren Hughes, Sister M.S. Sigler by Statement, Brother C. J. Sigler was welcome back home as he had not put his Letter anywhere., postpone.???  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none.   5th  General business, we appointed Brethren Bison Hughes, Preston Olive and Buren Hughes as delegates and Brother w. J. Sigler and Brother J.B. Andrews as alternates to the Association at Old Home.  Motion and second and carried that we invite Brother D. J. Collins and Brother Charlie Screws to assist our Pastor and Brother W.J. Sigler in ordaining Brother Rison Hughes to the Ministry on the fourth Sunday in September.
T. N. Crocker Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 26, 1926
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  All business postpone except the ordination service, Brother Richie was selected as spokesman. The body was??? organized.   Brother T.N. Crocker preached the ordination sermon. Brother W.J. Sigler and the ??????Bro. C. H. Screws praied. Brother Henry Cooper gave the Charge??? Reading and adjoining the Association letter .  postponed until the second Sunday   Conference Closed.
T.N. Crocker. Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October 12, 1926
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, motion and second that  Brother W. J. Sigler act as moderator, protem. As there was no other business to attend to we took up our associational Letter and took up a collection for some state missionaries, $5.00, Foreign Missionaries $3.00, Home $3.00, Orphans Home $5.00, Old ministry Relief $3.00, Minntes?  $2.00.  Moved and second that we adopt the Letter as read motion and second that we close conference.
W.J. Seigler Mod, Protem
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October 4, 1926
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, we called Brother Walter Ingram as our Pastor. No delegates to the fifth Sunday meeting.
J.T. Richey, Mod. Protem
Rison Hughes, C.C.

November 1926 Through February 1927 is missing

March 13, 1927
  
We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, for the purpose of calling a pastor.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, Sister Mattie holt presented her Letter and it was read and we received her in full Fellowship with us.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business   We made another call for a Pastor and Brother W.J. Sigler was elected and as there was nothing else.  We adjourned our meeting until fourth Saturday.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
March 26, 1927 - April 23, 1927
  
We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business - none.
May 22, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business  We set Sunday as next meeting to commune and celebrate the Lords Supper. No delegates sent to the fifth Sunday meeting.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
June 26, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, postponed communion service until later, and set our next meeting for the third Sunday in July.  Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
July 16, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother J.A. Mull and the services conducted by Clerk, Rison Hughes Saturday night.  Sunday our Pastor Brother, W. J. Sigler came in and we decided to protract our meeting.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, we received members Sister Minnie Oliver by Statement, her husband Tinas? Olive, being a witness that she had been member and Church Clerk at Spring Ridge Church.  Brother Ellis Stoker by Letter from Mt  Mar???. Sister Ollie Stoker on fourth coming Letter   3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business. Meeting closed Friday night?
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 28, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, that we run over our Church Roll and correct it, there there be any corrections.  Conference closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 25, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business.  We send as messengers to Association, J.B. Andrews, Preston Oliver, Rison Hughes, alternates J.F. Richey, Joe Oliver, W.J. Sigler. We set second Sunday evening to complete our Associational Letter.  We rescinded the act of receiving by Letter R.C. Hughes, Emma Hughes, Buren Hughes Pallie Holt. Called conference October 9th for the finishing our business and calling our Pastor. Conference closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
October 22, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head. 1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business. Unamimous vote to retain our old Pastor W. J. Sigler.  (no Signatures)
November 26, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business. Moved and second that we have a special service on our next meeting day.   Conference adjourned.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
December 24, 1927
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, on previous appointment, we had two services on Saturday and dinner and services on Sunday.   1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business. Conference closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod
Rison Hughes, C.C.
March 24, 1928
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business.  We made up money to revive our Sunday School and made up $3.00 for the Orphans Home at Waxachachi, Texas and as there was not another business to call our attention, we closed the Conference.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
April 21, 1928
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business. None
W. J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
May 26, 1928
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business.  We set our next meeting day to hold Communion Services 4th Sunday in June.  We closed the Conference.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
June 23, 1928
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business.  We set apart the following day day and did celebrate the Lords Supper.  Conference Closed. 
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
July 21, 1928
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business. We set Saturday before the Third Sunday in August to Communion and made up $3.00 for Foreign missions. $.50 Orphans Home.  Conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 18, 1928
  We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business.  Paid our Pastor $5.30.  Set next preaching day to call our Pastor.  With request Brother J.A. Mull was granted a Letter of Dismission as there was nothing else to come before the body conference Closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C. 
September 23, 1928
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business.  We sent as messengers to the fifth Sunday meeting. S.H. Gunnels and Preston Oliver and sent to represent us at the Association, Rison Hughes, W. J. Sigler and J.B. Andrews.  We called Brother W.J. Sigler for our Pastor again and paid him $8.00 and sent $1.50 for minutes 1-3.00? Orphans Home, State Missions $3.50m foreign Missions $3.00.  Conference closed.
W.J. Sigler, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
November 12, 1928
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head, preaching by Brother W. J. Sigler.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business.  Letter from W.J. Sigler read stating his resignation and the Church accepted. Moved and second that we make another call and Brother Charlie Screws was put in nomination and received unanimous vote. Conference Closed.
Bro. J.T. Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.

December 1928 through February 1929 missing

March 3, 1929
  
We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, We made $2.00 for Sunday School Literature and ???? $2.00 to our Pastor and $1.00 before as there was nothing else to come before the body, we closed the conference.
C.H. Screws, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
April 7, 1929
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, we set our next meeting day to celebrate the Lords death by taking the Supper.   The Church set apart next time is buy another Lamp for the Church.
Charley Screws, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
May 5, 1929
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, with which we receive five members, Bro. J.R. Grumbles, Deacon by Letter, Sister Mattie Grumbles, by Letter, Miss Ruby Grumbles by Statement, Miss Palestine Graves by baptism, J.R. Gray by Letter.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, We celebrated the Lords Supper on Sunday.  We paid our Pastor $1.00 and $4.00 last month that I had not mentioned until last minute. 
Charlie Screw, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
June 2, 1929
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, We failed to send delegates to the fifth Sunday meeting.  There was paid to our Pastor $1.50.  We set apart the first Sunday in August to start our meeting and as there was no other business to come before the body. We closed Conference.
Charlie Screws, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
July 7, 1929
  We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, Brother J. H. McLeroy to help in our meeting as there was nothing else to come before the body, we closed conference.
Charlie Screws, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
August 3, 1929
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  Commencing a protracted meeting  with Bro. Charlie Screws as our Pastor and Bro. J. H. McLeroy as helper.  We had one of the best meetings we had in the History of the Church.  We received as member by Letter, O. M> Nichols, Irene J. Nichols, Claircy Gray and Hugh Gunnels and by baptism, Lamar Carmichael, Hope Carmichael, Ollie Oliver, Ella Oliver ?lathel Hughes, Dora Andrews, Ida Andrews, Effie Gomes.  We closed our meeting at the water the following Sunday Night of our next meeting day to celebrate the Lords Supper.  We paid our Pastor $6.35, and Brother McLeroy, $19.00, Bro. Groves Peddy $6.45,
Charlie Screws, Mod.
Rison Hughes, C.C.
September 1, 1929
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, Sunday night Brother McLeroy preached on the Lords Supper and we celebrated it, and left the conference open until 3rd Sunday and Rison Hughes, Lamar Carmichael and O. M. Nichols selected and went to the fifth Sunday meeting.  We selected Bro. Screws as our Pastor again and paid up to our Oct. meeting $11.10.  Conference Closed.
October 6, 1929
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, the Associational letter was read and adopted, with some items to be added.   By a motion and second J.R. Grunbles was elected Church Clerk and Treasurer.   There being no other business Conference adjourned in order.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grumbles, C.C.
Rison Hughes was Church Clerk from 1920 through October 1929.   During the 1920's his penmanship seem to get worst, and in the last record it was almost unreadable.  It is possible he could be buried in Myrtle Head Cemetery in an unmarked grave?
November 3, 1929
   
We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business, none.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grumbles, C.C.
November 30, 1929
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st. order of business to invite visiting to seat with us. 2nd to extent the privilege of the Church, none accepted.  3nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th called for confession of faults, none. 5th General business,  by his own request Bro. Rison Hughes was granted a Letter of dismission.   Conference Closed.
L.C.Screws, Mod.
J. R. Grumbles, C.C.
January 4, 1930
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  1st.  The door of church was opened for reception of members, none.   General business, it was unaminous that we would celebrate the Lords Supper at next meeting.  Brother H. G. paid pastor $1.00.
L.C.Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grunbles, C.C.
February 2, 1930
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.  Door of Chruch opened for receiption of members.  Received none.   2nd minutes of last meeting read and adopted.   3rd  A collecetion was taken for the Orphans home amountin to 75 cents.  It was decided to postpone the celebration of the Lords Supper till the next regular meeting.  this being no new business to come before the Church Conference adjourned in order. Paid pastor $1.35
L.C. Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grumbles. C. C.
March 1, 1930
   We, the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ met in Conference at Myrtle Head.   1st visiting brethrfen invited to seat with us.  2nd Doors of the Church opened for the reception members.  received none.  3rd. Minutes of last meeting read and adopted.  4th General business, A motion prevailed inviting Bro. Wade Eves to assist our Pastor in a meeting during the summer, and the clerk was instructed to write Bro. Eves in regard to same.  There being no further business conference adjourned in order.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grumbles, C.C.
April 5, 1930
   After services by the Pastor, the Missionary Baptist at Myrtle Head met in regular Conference. 1st. Visiting brethren invited to seat with us.  2nd minute of preceding meeting read and approved.  Doors opened for the reception of members, received none.  Conference adjourned.
L.C. Screws, Mod
J.R. Grunnbles, C.C.
May 4, 1930
   After divine services by the Pastor the Missionary Baptist Church worship at Myrtle Head met in regular Conference.  1st visiting brethren invited to seats with us.  2nd, doors opened for the reception of members, none. 3rd, minutes of last meeting read and approved.  4th General business.  By motion the Church agreed to begin our meeting on the 1st Sunday in August.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grunnbles, C.C.
June 1, 1930
   After divine services by the Pastor the Missionary Baptist Church worship at Myrtle Head met in regular Conference.  1st visiting brethren invited to seats with us.  2nd, doors opened for the reception of members, none. 3rd, minutes of last meeting read and approved. New business, after a letter was read by the clerk from Bro. Screws asking the Church to accept his resignation as Pastor, the Church by a vote accepted his resignation.  A call was made for volunteers to attend the 5th Sunday meeting.  Lamar Carmicahel, J.R. Grunnbles and Sister Eula Carmichael volunteered.   There being no further business conference adjourned.
W.J. Sigler, Mod Protem
J.R. Grunnbles, C.C.
July 5, 1930
   After divine serves by the Pastor the Missionary Baptist Church worship at Myrtle Head met in regular Conference.  1st visiting brehtren invited to seats with us.  2nd, doors opened for the reception of members, none. 3rd, minutes of last meeting read and approved.  New business, a motion to rescend the action of the Church in accepting the resignation of Bro. Screws as Pastor, motion carried.  Next a motion prevailed to give the Pastor authority to select his helper in the meeting.   Conference closed.
L.C.Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grunnbles, C.C.
August 2, 1930
   After divine services by the Pastor the Missionary Baptist Church worship at Myrtle Head met in regular Conference.  1st visiting brehtren invited to seats with us.  2nd, doors opened for the reception of members, none. 3rd, minutes of last meeting read and approved.  Bro. J.B. Andrews present and called for a dismission for himself, wife L.M. Andrews and daughters, Ida and Dora, which was granted.  The Church began a series of meeting which lasted a week, conducted by the Pastor assisted by Bro. E.B. Anderson.  The Church was revival and us had a good meeting a????? no members were.  The calling a Pastor was postponed till the September meeting.   Bro. Anderson was paid $11.37 for his service.  Conference adjourned.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
J.R. Grunnbles, C.C.
November 2, 1930
   After divine service by the Pastor, Saturday night before the first Sunday in June, We the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ Worshiping at Myrtle Head met in Conference.  Visiting brothers were invited to seat with us.  Privilege of the Chuir for the receiption of members extended.  Call for confession of faults, none.   General Business, by their own request Bro. and sister J.R. Grunnbles were granted Letters of dismission and also thier son Hugh Grumbles.  By a vote Sister Nina Horn was elected Church Clerk.  Conference closed.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
Nina Horn, C.C.
February 1, 1931
   After divine service by the Pastor, Saturday night before the first Sunday in June, We the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ Worshiping at Myrtle Head met in Conference.  Visiting brothers were invited to seat with us.  Privilege of the Chuir for the receiption of members extended.  Call for confession of faults, none.   General Business,  services for the night postpones until next Church day.   Conference Closed.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
Nina Horne, C.C.
May 2, 1931
   After divine service by the Pastor, Saturday night before the first Sunday in May, We the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ Worshiping at Myrtle Head met in Conference.  Visiting brothers were invited to seat with us.  Privilege of the Church for the receiption of members extended.  Call for confession of faults, none.   General Business,  Bros' Preston Oliver, lamar Carmichael and John Holt were eleced by motion and second as Deacons.  A collection for lamp fixture by motion and second Bro. Maison of Alto was invited to help hold our meeting date set for first Sunday in August, 1931.  Ollie Stoker elected Church Clerk, Protend in the abscence of Sister Nina Horn.  There being no other business conference closed.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
Ollie Stoker, C.C. Pro.
June 6, 1931
   After divine service by the Pastor, Saturday night before the first Sunday in June, We the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ Worshiping at Myrtle Head met in Conference.  Visiting brothers were invited to seat with us.  Privilege of the Chuir for the receiption of members extended.  Call for confession of faults, none.   General Business, Bro Rison Hughes, by motion and second ws inivited to help in the ordination sermon to take place August 1, 1931 in the afternoon.  A donation of $.70, seventy cents, for foreign and home missions wwas given.  Brother Lamar Carmichael   Conference closed.
L.C. Sccrews, Mod.
Ollie Stoker, C.C. Prot.
July 4, 1931
   After divine service by the Pastor, Saturday night before the first Sunday in June, We the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ Worshiping at Myrtle Head met in Conference.  Visiting brothers were invited to seat with us.  Privilege of the Church for the reception of members extended.  Call for confession of faults, none.   General Business, none.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
Ollie Stoker, C.C. Prot.
August 9, 1931
   After divine service by the Pastor, Saturday night before the first Sunday in August, we the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ Worshiping at Myrtle Head pledged ourselves to aid in the protracted meeting by our corporation in prayer and our presence to Bro. Maison and Bro. Screws.  The clerk was present with minute, but it was the beginning of divine services the minute was omitted until our next regular meeting, September 5, 1931 Business attended during this meeting was the ordination of Bros. John Holt, Preston Oliver and Lamar Carmichael as Deacon.  A collection of $1.27 for Church book, song books and lamp fixture.  Privilege of Church for the reception of members extended .  The harvest being great we received 15 members as follows:   Bro. John Holt, Sidney Gee, Nuclan? Hughes, Rogers Holt, W.W. McDonald, Fate Bailey, Douglas Screws, sisters, Edith Seglar, Mrs. Vea McDonald, Bernice Screws.   After Baptism are in full pledge fellowship with us.  bro. Henry K. Thomas and Wife, Alice Thomas, Spivey Haley were received on fourth coming of Letter after which they will be full pledge members.  Sister Nora Byford by motion & Second united by Letter in full fellowship.  Sister Eula Bailey united by statement into full fellowship.  Protracted meeting closing at waters Sunday 8, 1931.  Bro. Maison received about $18.00  Minutes read and approved August 8, 1931.
L.C. Screws. Mod.
Ollie Stoker, C.C. Prot.
Choice, Texas
October 3, 1931
   To the Missionary Baptist Church Association of Shelby County:
   We the Missionary Baptist Church of Christ worshiping at Myrtle Head do here by send hearty greeting of cheer to this, a close of another associational year by our brethren, whom we esteem worthy to represent and transact any business that might demand their attention in our behalf.  Bro. R.P. Oliver, John Holt, Lamar Carmichael.   As alternates, Bro. W.W. McDonald and wife Sister Vera Sidney Gee.  to keep further the cause of our Lord and Master we do here by send our contribution to the following:  State of Foreign Mission $2.20.  Orphan Home $1.00.  Incidental fees $9.37.  To our Pastor and helper we have contributed the sum of $69.12.   Members added into the Church: Male-7 by baptism---Female-3 by baptism---Male- 2 by Letter ---  Female-3 by Letter.  May Gods riches blessings be with you is our prayer, that as God's children may have a bigger and greater Associational year in 1932.   Bro. Rison Hughes ordained Minister.
L.C. Screws, Mod.
Ollie Stoker, C.C. Prot.  
Minutes from October 1932 Through March 1948 is a repeat of previous meetings.  Only at the end of the book is a notation -"Charge prepared against Bro. H.F. Byford for Adultry."    No record in records of Church being desolved or merged with another church.

Other notes:

 

Members that paid Brother Henry. 
Bro. J.B. Andrews  $1.00 1 bushel of corn ----Rison Hughes $.50  5 gal Syrup.   ----  H.F. Byford  $1.00 ----Preston Oliver $.50
Joe Oliver $1.50  ---  Sister Oliver $1.00.

Bro. Marshall received during the meeting $5.00 1922

Members paid Bro. Spivey May 12, 1912

Bro. ??? Sigler $1.00 Bro. Lonnie Hatton $0.25
Bro. J.T. Richy $0.10 Bro. J.D. Hatton $0.50
Bro. C. J. Sigler $0.50 Bro. Lonnie Hatton $0.50
Public Collection $2.75 J.S. hatton $0.50
Bro. L. M. Hatton $1.00 Bro. J.T. Richey $0.25
Bro. J.L. Horn $0.25 Bro. J.L. Covington $0.50
Bro. Ebb Stephens $1.50 Sister Missouri Haton $1.00
Public Collection $2.00 Bro. Holt $3.75 5 lbs corn
Bro. C. J. Sigler $6.00 Bro. Rison Hughes 2 Gal. Syrup
Bro. Rison Hughes 1 Bundle Corn Bro. Wil??? Hatton $3.00
Bro. Renzie Webb 0.50    

Other Notes:

 

 

 

 

Email Extractor | Email Tester