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Methodist Episcopal Church
Mead Methodist Episcopal Church
Built In 1885
The Methodist Episcopal Church of Mead was
constructed in 1885. The first official board of the church was
composed of five members: Levi Wells, Fletcher Gregory, A.
W. Wells, S. P. Robinson, and L B. Lemar.
The first regular pastor to occupy the pulpit
was J. M. Willis. Those to succeed him up to the year 1902 were:
T. C. Clark, J. D. Day, D. Y. Black, W. K. Williams, E. B.
Crippen, W. H. Turrell, David Fetz, Samuel Keiser, E. K. Adrance,
H. P. Young, P. J. Lawson, I. W. Kennagy, A. Partch, M.E.
Board members in the year 1902 were: I. B. Lemar,
Swan Perrish, W. J. Pinkerton, D. H. Thompson, William Gray,
Mrs. Fred N. Williams, Miss Esther Wells, and Miss Beda Parrish.