|Date of Conference Journal Memoir/Obituary||March 22 - 26, 1880|
|Deceased Person||Rev. Stephen Johns|
|Birth||ca 1818 in Dorchester Co, Md.|
|Church Service, Charges Served, Affiliated Locations, and Other Biographical Information||born & lived in days of slavery & was a slave himself. He was able to obtain his freedom. In 1864, soon after he became free & shortly before general emancipation, Delaware Conference was organized. He was received on trial in the traveling connection & at conference in Salisbury in 1866, he was fully received. Charges: Washington Circuit (renamed Washington & Vienna), Waugh circuit (including Church Creek & Tobaccostick, Md), Waugh Cahpel, Cambridge, Md.; Port Deposit; John Wesley & Centreville, Md., Horntown, Va.; Manokin circuit (family living on Deal's Island; Berlin, Md.) Itinerancy for 15 yrs.|
|Family and Other Information||x|
|Online PDF Page Number (if available)||pdf pg 16|
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