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 Edwin Scruggs “Ed” Duncan

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Edwin Scruggs “Ed” Duncan

Birth
Hickory Flat, Benton County, Mississippi, USA
Death
30 Sep 1932 (aged 61)
Pittsburg, Camp County, Texas, USA
Burial
Argo, Titus County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
46490401 View Source

Gospel Preacher listed in Gospel Preachers Who Blazed the Trail by C.R. Nichol.

Edwin S. Duncan was born in Benton County, Mississippi, March 28, 1871. His parents moved to Mount Pleasant, Texas, in 1879, where they now live. He was baptized August 1887 and from that date he has been a persistent worker in the vineyard of the Lord. He married Miss Amanda Cox in 1891. She died one year later. In 1896 he was married to Miss Rosie C. Melton. They have five children. In 1896 he began preaching, and has engaged in several public discussions. Several hundred have been baptized by him. He is a strong, clear speaker, and makes friends where he labors. The hardest work he had done has been against the divisive work of the Digressives. He is faithful to the word of the Lord, and has done a deal of work in Texas and Oklahoma. [Gospel Preachers Who Blazed the Trail].

Gospel Preacher listed in Gospel Preachers Who Blazed the Trail by C.R. Nichol.

Edwin S. Duncan was born in Benton County, Mississippi, March 28, 1871. His parents moved to Mount Pleasant, Texas, in 1879, where they now live. He was baptized August 1887 and from that date he has been a persistent worker in the vineyard of the Lord. He married Miss Amanda Cox in 1891. She died one year later. In 1896 he was married to Miss Rosie C. Melton. They have five children. In 1896 he began preaching, and has engaged in several public discussions. Several hundred have been baptized by him. He is a strong, clear speaker, and makes friends where he labors. The hardest work he had done has been against the divisive work of the Digressives. He is faithful to the word of the Lord, and has done a deal of work in Texas and Oklahoma. [Gospel Preachers Who Blazed the Trail].


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