Mrs. Lucy T.
B e n j a m i n
daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H.Tru-
hart. and wifeot
Prof. King S.
was born Sept.
17, 1871, in the
town in which
she now resides.
She grew up a
a religious as
well as an intel¬
She acquired the
rudiments of an
education in her
city school, and
school, she has _
taught five successive years in the city graded school at
her home. She takes great delight in the Home and
Foreign Mission Work. She has been president for three
successive years of the Lebanon District Society, and at
present is first vice-president of Women's Work of the
MRS. LUCY TRUHART BENJAMIN.
One who has played a most conspicuous part in the
history of the Negro Baptist of Mississippi is Rev. J. F.
Boulden. I am conscious of the fact that this book would
not be large enough to contain a full record of his fruitful
life. From the above statement the thoughtful reader
gets two facts. First, he gets an idea of my task in attempt¬
ing to record even the salient points of this fruitful life in