Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History & Culture Enduring Connections: Exploring Delmarva's Black History

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Record #60 from Delaware Annual Conference Methodist Episcopal Church Memoirs 1865-1950

Date of Conference Journal Memoir/Obituary March 27 - April 2, 1889
Deceased Person Rev. King J. Still
Birth ca 1850 in Fellowship, Burlington Cty, N. J.
Death 7/27/1888 at Merchantville, N.J. ; 38 yo. Interred in Mount Zion M. E. Church cemetery, Camden Cty, N.J.
Church Service, Charges Served, Affiliated Locations, and Other Biographical Information Some public school in N. J. & some private lessons in Philadelphia while stationed as pastor. Most training in Sunday School, but filled several positions. Charges: Bridgeton Circuit, NJ; Salem Circuit, N.J.; Lewes & Rehoboth Circuit, Del; Snow Hill, Md; Haven Mission, Philadelphia; Germantown, Pa. Ordained Deacon in 1883 in Wilmington and Elder in 1885 at Salisbury, Md.
Family and Other Information Parents: King & Eliza Still Spouse: Sarah E. Coffey (adopted sister of Rev. Wm. H. Coffey of Conference) md. 1881
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