4 edition of The fighting parson found in the catalog.
The fighting parson
Reginald S. Craig
|Statement||by Reginald S. Craig.|
|Series||Great West and Indian series -- 17., Book collection on microfilm relating to the North American Indian -- reel 15.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||284|
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Willard Bean, the Fighting Parson. 93 likes. Called to serve a mission in Palmyra, New York, Willard and his wife Rebecca served 25 years. This is the story of their mission experience.
Ever since that terrible day, the event has brought forth theological fallout. That’s because “Fighting Parson” Chivington had been an ordained Methodist minister prior to taking up the sword in to fight in the Civil War. Evans had been a lay leader in.
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Christensen. William Gannaway "Parson" Brownlow (Aug – Ap ) was an American newspaper publisher, Methodist minister, book author, prisoner of war, lecturer, and politician.
He served as Governor of Tennessee from to and as a United States Senator from Tennessee from to Brownlow rose to prominence in the late s and early s as editor of the Whig, a. One of the many colourful stripes that made up the fabric of the Borough in Southwark in the late s was the curate at St.
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If an. Reverend Spracklin was a gangster's worst nightmare. Known to the press and public as the 'Fighting Parson', he and his handpicked squad of dry agents burst into the roadhouses of Essex County with pistols drawn and fists clenched.
They chased liquor-laden vehicles through dark city streets and.