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1. African Methodist Episcopal Churches (AME) African Methodist Episcopal Churches (AME) File contains several news articles with pictures including Reverend Stanley Counts of Flipper Memorial AME Church and Mrs. Rosa Scott, organist at Ward Chapel AME Church.

2. Biography of Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), Methodist Minister and Teacher Biography of Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), Methodist Minister and Teacher 2007

3. Minister, Alexander, J. E. Minister, Alexander, J. E. ca1925 Portrait of J. E. Alexander, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, South of Independence, Missouri.

4. Minister, Craig, John (White Eagle) Minister, Craig, John (White Eagle) ca1925 Exterior view of small church building and person identified on back of photograph as "Chief White Eagle (Rev. John Craig) 1st revivialist, So. Benton M.E. Church, So.".

5. Minister, Hargett, Ira M. Minister, Hargett, Ira M. ca1925 Portrait of Ira M. Hargett, pastor of the Grand Avenue Temple, Methodist Episcopal Church located at 9th and Grand.

6. Minister, Haw, Marvin T. Minister, Haw, Marvin T. ca1925 Portrait of Rev. Marvin T. Haw, pastor of Central Methodist Episcopal Church, South coming in 1927.

7. Minister, Hislop, Edward Minister, Hislop, Edward ca1925 Portrait of Rev. Edward Hislop, pastor of the Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church located at 74th and Broadway, starting in 1928.

8. Minister, Mason, Wilbur N. Minister, Mason, Wilbur N. ca1925 Portrait of Wilbur N. Mason, pastor of the Country Club Methodist Episcopal Church located at 416 W. 57th Street.

9. Minister, Murphy, Andrew J. Minister, Murphy, Andrew J. ca1925 Portrait of the Rev. Andrew J. Murphy, pastor of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church at 29th and Holly, coming in 1926.

10. Minister, Needles, Joseph C. Minister, Needles, Joseph C. ca1925 Portrait of Joseph C. Needles, pastor of the Arlington Methodist Episcopal Church located at 22nd and Propect. He was living at 3221 Montgall.

11. Minister, Perryman, Willis L. Minister, Perryman, Willis L. ca1925 Portrait identified as the Rev. Willis L. Perryman, pastor in 1928 of the Kenwood Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South located at 59th and Kenwood.

12. Minister, Robbins, Grant A. Minister, Robbins, Grant A. ca1925 Portrait of Rev. Grant A. Robbins, pastor in 1926 of the Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church at 74th and Broadway.

13. Minister, Stidger, William L. Minister, Stidger, William L. ca1925 Portrait identified as Dr. William L. Stidger, pastor of the Linwood Boulevard Methodist Episcopal Church. Known to have had association with author Sinclair Lewis.

14. Minister, Tetley, William A. Minister, Tetley, William A. ca1925 Portrait identified as William A. Tetley, pastor of the Westport Methodist Episcopal Church, South located at 40th and Washington, coming in 1923.

15. Minister, Woolrich, LeRoy (Leo) Minister, Woolrich, LeRoy (Leo) ca1925 Portrait identified as LeRoy (Leo) Woolrich, pastor of the Campbell Street Methodist Episcopal Church located at 14th and Campbell.

16. Obituary for Reverend Glen Beaty Obituary for Reverend Glen Beaty January 11, 1972 Obituary for Reverend Glen Beaty, pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church at 6030 Peery Street from 1932 to 1935 and a Methodist minister in Missouri for 41 years, dying in 1972.

17. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Biographical sketch of Reverend Hillen Armour Bourland, or Hillen Bourland, a minister in Kansas City, moving from Tennessee to Missouri as a teenager, becoming a Methodist minister during the Civil War,...

18. Whitney, reStart Shelter's Prime Mover, Dead At 66 Whitney, reStart Shelter's Prime Mover, Dead At 66 April 27, 2005 Stuart E. Whitney, one of the founder's of the reStart homeless shelter has died of cancer at the age of 66. He was a United Methodist Church pastor and was the pastor of Grand Avenue Temple United Methodist...