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

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Record #93 from Delaware Annual Conference Methodist Episcopal Church Memoirs 1865-1950

Date of Conference Journal Memoir/Obituary March 25-29, 1897
Deceased Person Thomas S. Als
Birth 1842 in Barudain, British West Indies
Death 1/26/1897
Church Service, Charges Served, Affiliated Locations, and Other Biographical Information Obained liberal education then came to United States early in life. Educated people in Worcester Co., Md & joined ME church in Berlin Circuit. Licensed as local preacher & then Presiding Elder. Admitted to Delaware Conference in 1884 & ordained Deacon. Charges: Nassau, De; Airey, Md; Bridgeton, NJ; Mt Zion, NJ; Cape May, NJ; Zoar, Philadelphia, Pa; Camden, N.J.; Ezion Wilmington, De.
Family and Other Information Spouse: Mrs. Caroline Dale, daughter of Rev. Ephraim Spence (a pioneer local preacher in Worcester County, Md.) md. 19 years. Wife & 2 daughers survive him.
Online PDF Page Number (if available) microfilm roll 2; 1897 Journal pg 46
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