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Salem Methodist Church, Oxford, Granville Co, NC

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Salem Methodist Church, Oxford, NC: List of Pastors and Ministers
FirstLastServiceStateCountyPlaceOtherSrc
MethodistJames 1817-1818NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistWilliam 1817-1818NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistSamuel 1817-1818NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistWilliam 1818-1819NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistA. R. 1818-1819NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistA. C. 1819-1820NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJohn 1819-1820NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistLewis 1820-1821NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJohn 1820-1821NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistGeorge 1821-1822NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistCharles 1822-1823NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistPeter 1823-1825NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
PETER DOUB (1796-1869),served Tabernacle Church as one of the churches on the Henderson Circuit to which he was appointed from December 1848to November 1850. Doub was the child of German immigrants who settled in Stokes County, NC, where Doub was born. Doub's father had been converted to Christianity through the ministry of Phillip William Otterbein, (the founder of the United Brethern Church, which would later join with the Methodist Church to form the United Methodist Church in 1968).As a child, Peter came to know Methodist ministers well because his parents offered their home to Methodist circuit riders as a preaching place. At the age of six while at a camp meeting on his father's land, Peter gave his life to God. Soon after his profession of faith at one of these services, Doub joined the Methodist Episcopal Church. Later he would feel called to preach.

On the recommendation of the Yadkin Circuit, Doub was admitted to the Virginia Conference in 1818. From his first appointment sprung a concern that Doub's sermons were far too short. The young minister took the advice of a friend and changed his method so that not only did his sermons become longer, they also became more eloquent. Doub later studied at Trinity College (now Duke University), receiving a Doctor of Divinity degree from that college. Later, Doub would serve as a professor of Biblical Literature at Trinity College. Described by one person as 'never unemployed, never triflingly employed,' the Reverend Dr. Doub was remembered at his death as a minister who 'studied, traveled, prayed and preached incessantly.'

During his years of service in the North Carolina Conference, Doub served numerous churches. He was elected to serve as a delegate to General Conference four times. At one of these conferences, an effort was made to elect Doub to the episcopacy, only to fail. Before his death in 1869,Doub served fifty-two years to the service of God in the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.

MethodistWilliam 1825-1826NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church& 41-42
MethodistGeorge 1826-1827NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJames W. 1827-1828NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistHenry 1828-1830NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistWilliam 1830-1831NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church& 32-33
MethodistGeorge W. 1831-1832NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistBenjamin 1833-1834NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistR. O. 1834-1835NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistH. T. 1835-1837NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistHenry 1837-1838NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. 1838-1840NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistD. B. 1840-1841NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistThomas S. 1842-1843NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJames 1843-1845NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistIra T. 1845-1846NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
IRA T. WYCHE (1816 -1880) served Tabernacle Church as one of the churches on the Henderson Circuit to which he was appointed from 1865 to 1868. Born in Brunswick County, Virginia, Wyche later moved with his parents to Granville County, N.C. His parents were already members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and Wyche would receive significant religious training as he grew up. According to the record book of the Granville Circuit for 1836, Wyche was the class leader for the Oxford 'society' in that year. The next year, Wyche entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church as a member on trial in the newly-formed North Carolina Conference. Four years later, Wyche would be received into full connection and ordained an elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Wyche would have a very full career as a minister in this conference. Not only did he travel numerous circuits, he also served at different times as the 'presiding elder' of the Salisbury, New Bern, and Washington Districts of the North Carolina Conference. At one time he served as the area agent for the American Bible Society. Later he would serve as the Secretary of the North Carolina Conference for many years. When he died after serving some forty-three years in the conference, Wyche was serving the same church in which he was once the class leader! At his death, he was remembered as a 'man of one work, and that work was to do good and to save souls.'

Wyche's father, Henry T. Wyche was President of the Raleigh and Gaston Railroad. His sister, Elizabeth, married a fellow minister in the North Carolina Conference: John Tillett who also served at Tabernacle. Ira Wyche's son, L.A. Wyche, also served as a minister in the North Carolina Conference.

MethodistJ. L. 1846-1848NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistNathan 1848-1849NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistW. M. 1849-1851NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistAlfred 1853-1855NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJohn D. 1855-1856NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistMoses J. 1856-1857NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistPeter H. 1856-1857NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJohn W. 1857-1858NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJunius P. 1858-1859NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
JUNIUS P. MOORE (1815-1878) served Tabernacle Church as one of the churches on the Henderson Circuit from November 1854 to November 1855. Later Moore would again be appointed to the Henderson Circuit from November 1876 to November 1877. Born in Person County, N.C., Moore was converted to Christianity and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1834 at the age of nineteen. Later he would become a local preacher and serve for some years in this capacity before joining the North Carolina Conference on trial in 1853. Among other appointments he served in the North Carolina Conference, Moore once served a period of time as the 'presiding elder' of the Danville District. After a period of illness, Moore died in 1878.

At his death, Moore was remembered by his peers in the conference as having been a man of 'high order, capable of forcible and impressive preaching, at times rising to 'heights of overwhelming intellectual and spiritual power.' 'Many ministers remembered that at the annual love feasts during the session of Annual Conference, Moore would state that he intended to die at his post. The comment was made that when the time had come, Junius P. Moore had 'not been caught unprepared.' One of the members of Twitty's Chapel on the Henderson Circuit, W.W. White once remarked in his diary concerning the impressive and instructive sermon by Moore on the Holy Ghost.
MethodistWilliamson 1859-1860NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistTheophilus W. 1860-1861NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistW. S. 1861-1862NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. W. 1861-1862NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistW. C. 1862-1863NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church& 64-65, 71-72
MethodistJohn 1866-1869NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
JOHN TILLETT (1812-1890) served Tabernacle Church as one of the churches on the Henderson Circuit to which he was appointed from November 1856 to the time of the session of the North Carolina Conference in 1858. Born near Shiloh in Camden County, N.C., Tillett entered the North Carolina Conference on trial in 1839 at Salisbury. He was ordained deacon the following year and was received into full connection at that time. In 1842 Tillett was ordained elder. As with his predecessor, Tillett apparently was appointed to serve the 'Henderson and Clarksville' Circuit. Tillett would have been fairly familiar with this area, since he had attended Randolph-Macon College at Boydton, Virginia, being a member of the first freshman class to enroll at that institution in 1833. Although he was studying to be a lawyer, he decided near the end of his studies to enter the ministry. He graduated in 1837. After having taught school for a while near Mocksville, N.C., Tillett began his ministry. He was married to Elizabeth Wyche of Oxford, sister to Rev. Ira T. Wyche. The couple had nine children. William Wallace White remarked in his diary concerning the good sermons preached by Rev. Tillett and the large congregations which Tillett attracted each time he preached in the area.
MethodistA. D. 1869-1871NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. R. 1872-1875NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistS. V. 1875-1876NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. T. 1876-1880NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church& 83-84
MethodistL. H. 1880-1883NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistT. A. 1884-1885NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistN. E. 1885-1889NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistG. B. 1885-1897NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. H. 1889-1893NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistP. L. 1893-1895NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistK. D. 1897-1900NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. D. 1900-1903NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistW. H. 1903-1907NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistAlbert S. 1907-1910NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistL. H. 1910-1914NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistCharles A. 1914-1916NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistB. C. 1916-1920NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistB. H. 1920-1923NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistN. B. 1923-1925NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJesse H. 1925-1928NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistB. D. 1928-1931NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistP. H. 1931-1934NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistL. C. 1934-1937NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. L. 1941-1948NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistEmerson, Jr. 1948-1949NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJoseph A. 1949-1952NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistRobert N. 1952-1956NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistP. D., III 1956-1961NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistRobert L. 1961-1965NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJ. B. 1965-1966NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistB. R. 1966-1968NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistMatt R. 1968-1974NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistL. R., Jr. 1974-1977NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistCharles M. 1977-1980NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJimmy A. 1980-1982NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistCharles O. 1982-1986NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistJeff 1986-1989NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistLarry 1989-1990NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistBarry 1990-1991NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistGarry E. 1991-1993NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistPatrice Cheasty 1993-1995NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistLee Roy, III 1995-1998NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistAnne Walker 1999-2001NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
MethodistThurman A., Jr. 2001NCGranville CoOxford, Salem Methodist Church
Updated: 29 Apr 2017

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