Closed local church in Cisco District, Texas
Cisco District Quarterly Conference Records (no date)
Closed local church in Ellis County ?, Texas
Quarterly Conference Records (no date)
Closed local church in Sheridan Co, North Dakota
Membership, baptisms, weddings. deaths (no date)
Organized 1873 as El Salvador Methodist Episcopal Church, South; Closed 1992
Unprocessed material-1 carton
Edmund B. Snyder entered the itineracy in the Baltimore Conference Methodist Episcopal Church in 1854. In 1885, he moved to Florida for his health and two years later raised money to build a church at Okahumpka. He was appointed in 1890 to Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church in Jacksonville, where he served until his death in 1895. The church was renamed Snyder Memorial in 1903.
The scrapbook contains 11 handwritten sermons.
Bishop Frederick Deland Leete (1866-1950) was admitted on trial in the Northern New York Conference Methodist Episcopal Church in 1888. Elected to the episcopacy in 1912, he presided over several sessions of the St. Johns River Conference and the Florida Conference Methodist Episcopal Church between 1913 and 1920.
The collection of personal and family memorabililia has not been inventoried.
Albert M. Daiger (1866-1935) was admitted on trial into the Florida Conference Methodist Episcopal Church South in 1887. He served churches throughout Florida and retired in 1933.
The papers include sermon notes, handwritten in small notebooks; certificates for training school courses; a Pocket Ritual; and a memorandum book containing a list of receipts and disbursements for 1935.
Mrs. S.E. Hope was a lay person in the Florida Conference Methodist Episcopal Church South.
The scrapbook contains clippings and pictures of Florida Conference ministers, Florida Southern College, bishops, and Methodism.
Postcards of Florida Conference churches number approximately 250. Those of other institutions- Florida Southern College, youth camp, Life Enrichment Center, Children's Home, and United Methodist Building-number approximately 25.
(See Christ United Methodist Church (Tampa)