Reverend C.E. Peele Address - Accession 126 - M54 (69)
Accession 126 - M54 (69)
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Clarence Edward (C. E.) Peele was a Methodist minister, writer and speaker. Born at Gibson, N. C. on October 27, 1877, he was the son of Andrew H. Peele and Mrs. Nora Jane Gibson Peele. He received an A.B. degree from Wofford College in 1901. He was licensed to preach as a Methodist minister in 1903. He was ordained a deacon in 1905 and an elder in 1907. He served churches all over South Carolina including churches in Rock Hill, North Augusta, Abbeville, Spartanburg, Columbia and Chester as well as held offices on the Board of Managers of the Pastors’ School and Board of Managers of Epworth Orphanage. He was married to Mary Hall in 1906 and they had one son, Edward Vernon Peele.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of an address that was given by Rev. C. E. Peele before the Historical Society of the Upper South Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church at Bethel Methodist Church, Spartanburg, SC, on October 30, 1934 and the Historical Society of the South Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church, Kingstree, SC, on November 13, 1934. Peele discusses the origin and development of the Dougherty Manual Labor School of the South Carolina Conference and how it evolved into the Cokesbury Conference Institute.
Transferred from Reference Department of Dacus Library
Methodists, Methodism, Education
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Reverend C.E. Peele Address - Accession 126 - M54 (69)". Finding Aid 158.