Rose Hill Church, Issaquena county, contributed
$1.50, but did not send in their names.
St. James Church, Adams county : Committee—Sis¬
ter Jane Davis, Cheirman ; Sister Amadda Purnell, Secre¬
tary ; Sisters Harriet Lord, Ellen Lewis, Lue Skipper.
Gaylesville, Bolivar county, Miss., Kindling Altar
Church: Committee—Sister Sarah Peyton, Chairman;
Sister Polly Chew, Secretary. Contribution $5.80.
Morning Star Church : Commitee—Sifter Catherine
Smith, Chairman; Rev. William Thomas, Secretary.
Hedges Baptist Church: Committee—Sister Hen¬
rietta Coulson, President and Treasurer ; Sister Margaret
Walker, Secretary; Sisters Surat Wallace, Rachel Wat¬
kins. Peggy Edwards. Contribution, $3.
Clairmont Church : Commirtee—Sister Sarah Tur¬
ner, Chairman ; Sisters Margaret Briscoe, Ellen Wood,
Lubeana Toy, Eleanor Richardson. Contribution, $1.50.
St. Mark Baptist Church : Committee—Sister Ellen
King, Chairman ; Sister Maggie E. Baur, Secretary ; Sis¬
ters Hena Jackson, Eliza B. Conner, Amander Baker.
Contribution, 80 cents.
St. John the Baptist Church; Committee—Sister
Easter Parker, Chairman; Sister D. Wright, Secretary;
Sisters K. Mutrea, L. White, S. Thoman. Contribution
Pine Street Church, Natchez, Miss.: Committee-
Sister Caroline Bower, Chairman; Sisters Clara Swann,
Annie Emory, Mary Cole. Caroline Vance. Contribu¬
The minutes of 1879 will show that the Kindling Alter
Church sent to the convention for educational purposes
$2.25. Sarah Peyton, chairman. The Jerusalem Church
sent $4.00. Matilda Price, chairman.
On page 10 and 11 of minutes for 1880 it will be seen
that the sisters of Stone's Chapel, Stonewall, Miss., sent
$4.00 by Elder J. H. Bufford to aid in the educational work
of the convention. ^
The following will show the spirit with which these
sisters worked as they had opportunity.