Letter to C. L. James from Beulah Primitive Baptist Church

Letter to C. L. James from Beulah Primitive Baptist Church
Handwritten letter to Mr. C. L. James, clerk of Briery Swamp Primitive Baptist Church, Stokes, N.C., acknowledging the transfer of a church member, Elder J. L. Ross, to Beulah Primitive Baptist Church in Hyde County, N.C. The letter is signed by J. P. Tingle, Mod. and Nora Alligood, church clerk.
June 16, 1951
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16cm x 9cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Robin Whitlow Ownby Apr 22 2018

I was so excited to see this letter! Nora Alligood was my Great Grandmother. Her full name was Nancy Lenora Alligood 1890-1962.

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