BEAVER RUN CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
1882


Provision subscribed for communion meeting dinner on the fist day and breakfast on 2nd day. Meeting on the 21st and 22nd days of October 1882.

BREAD

BUTTER

MEAT

COFFEE
& SUGAR

APPLE
BUTTER

MONEY

Benjamin S Leatherman

5

5

Zachariah Arnold

10

10

George S Arnold

 .50

Peter Arnold

1.25

Solomon Biser

4

4

1 gal

William Leatherman

5

4

John W Arnold

5

Daniel B Arnold

6

4

Mikle Wickert

1.00

Edward Bailey

4

2

Daniel A Leatherman

4

Elizabeth Fink

 .50

Rachel Biser

1

Calvin Rogers

5

Peter Biser

4

4

Frederick Biser

4

Harriet Ludwick

6

4

Polly Ann Clark

7

6

Jacob Biser

3

John Kline

1.00

Adam Carnell

5

3

Benjamin Leatherman

33

John Leatherman

1.00

5.75

CAPITATION

PROPERTY

TOTAL

Joseph Moyer & wife

 .50

 .50

Taylor Arnold & wife

1.00

 .51

1.51

Samuel Arnold & wife

1.00

4.00

5.00

Nancy J Emmart

 .50

 .50

Calvin Rogers & wife

1.00

 .32

1.32

Elizabeth Liller

 .50

 

 .50

Benjamin Hull & wife

1.00

2.50

3.50

Silas Izer

 .50

 .77

1.27

James T Whiteman & wife

1.00

 .20

1.20

Molly Fleming & daughter

1.00

1.00

John W Kline

 .50

1.50

2.00

Matilda Kline

 .50

 .50

John Leatherman

 .50

2.65

3.15

John B Leatherman & wife

1.00

1.00

Silas Izer appointed collector of taxes

John W Flick & wife

 .50

 .50

David Biser & Mother

1.00

1.00

John Whiteman & wife

1.00

1.00

George Biser & wife

1.00

 .50

1.50

Mikle Wickert & wife

1.00

1.66

2.66

William Urias & wife

1.00

1.45

2.45

Mikle Wickert appointed collector of taxes

John Burk & wife, sen

 .50

1.50

2.00

Alfred Izer wife & daughter, sen

 .50

1.50

2.00

Rebecca Izer

 .50

 .50

Dvid Izer & wife

 .50

1.00

1.50

Silas Izer appointed collector of taxes

Committee
Peter Arnold
Mile Wickert
John W Arnold

First Quarterly Council called and met on Saturday March 4th, 1882.
Council opened by singing - hymn, prayer and reading the 12th chapter of Romans.

1st

Church Decides to send as delegates to district meeting bro. Daniel B Arnold and -, meeting in Cheat River congregation.

2nd

Decides = To send Bro Taylor Arnold and Bro John W Leatherman to visit bro. James Whiteman and wife.

3rd

Brother Peter Arnold asks advice in regard to making a settlement between the Heirs of Henry Kelly decd and John T Peerce administrator.
Decides Bro Peter Arnold first should try for a settlement quietly and peacefully if he cannot get a settlement, then to go by the law.

4th

Bro Mikle Wickert asks permission to collect money from Wm D Rees by laws.
Church decides - To give bro Mikle Wickert permission to collect the money by law, provided he cannot collect it other wise.

5th

Bro Silas Izer asks to resign his office as collector of church taxes.
Decides - To appoint Bro Taylor Arnold as collector of church taxes and Bro Silas Izer is relieved.

Council closed by singing 111th hymn and prayer.

Brother John W Leatherman reads the - sent to foreign and domestic missionary from three ($3) dollars this 17th day of March 1882.
Council closed by singing the 111th hymn and prayer.

Fourth Quarterly Council Called and met on Saturday the 2nd day of December 1882.
Council opened by singing the 443 hymn, prayer and reading the 5th chapter of first -.

Case 1st

A dissatisfaction with bro. James T Whiteman for sueing Daniel Thompson for a hog, and also a report of a shooting affair with John Liller.
Church decides - Bro. James T Whiteman cannot be held as a member unless he comes to the first quarterly council meeting in March, next 1883, and gives satisfaction to the church. The church also decides to send bro. John W Arnold and bro. Adam Carnell to visit bro. James and report to the church.

Case 2nd

Shall the Beaver Run Church send a delegate to the annual meeting of 1883 or not.
Church decides to send no delegate to next annual meeting of 1883.

Case 3rd

A dissatisfaction in the church of some members conforming to the world to much, such as wearing hoops, hair-bangs, jewelry and ruffles.
Church decides - Members shall not wear hoops, hair-bangs or jewelry, and also advise the sisters to quit ruffling.

Case 4th

Bro John W Leatherman reports he collected and forwarded to the Foreign and Domestic mission fund $3 September 18th 1882.

Case 5

Shall the church change the days of council meeting from Saturdays to Mondays.
Church decides to change the days of council to Mondays.

Case 6th

Bro Joseph Moyers asked the church to relieve him of his church tax.
Church decides - To relieve bro. Joseph Moyer of his church tax.
Council closed by singing the 111th hymn and prayer.

Council Meeting called and met on Saturday September the 16th 1882. Council meeting opened by singing the 320th hymn and prayer.

Case 1st

Sister Molly Minchel is conforming to the world such as dress and the wearing of hats. Church decides to disown her as a sister.

Case 2nd

Miver Davis makes application to be received in the church. Church decides not to receive him at present until he (Davis) reforms.

Case 3rd

Brother Frederick Biser made the coffins with boxes for Brother Adam Prophet and Sister Hannah Vanmeter and charges ten ($10) dollars per coffin with box to each coffin.
Church decides - as Brother Zachariah Arnold has in the hands eight ($8) dollars from the poor box from Hampshire County to pay the price bro. F Biser charges, which is twelve ($12) dollars to satisfy for the two coffins and boxes.

Case 4th

What shall the church do with the house and land Brother Adam Prophet lived in.
Church decides that the trustees do what they think best with it.

Case 5th

Should the sisters have their heads covered - when they are visited.
Church decides the sisters cover their head.

Case 6th

Does brother Solomon Biser owe the church anything for the house Bro Henry Vanmeter in or not? Church decides Bro Solomon does not owe the church anything.

1883
First Quarterly Council called and met on Monday 5th day of March 1883.
Council opened by singing the 303rd hymn, prayer and reading the 12th chapter first Corinthians and some remarks from the same.

Case 1st

Brother James Whiteman appeared before the church and gave full satisfaction of the report of a shooting affair with John Liller, and also for sueing Daniel Thompson for a hog.

Case 2nd

To elect two delegates to district meeting held at the Pine Church. Bro. Daniel B Arnold and Bro. George S Arnold elected delegates to District meeting.

Case 3rd

Church decides to greet the amount of money that the land that Bro. Prophet lived on sold for the treasury that is $34.50.

Case 4th

Bro. John W Leatherman reports to the church he collected and forwarded to the Foreign and domestic missionary fund $2 on 9th day of January 1883.

Council closed by singing the 319th hymn and prayer.

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