In the year 1889, Rev. J. B. Wilkins and Rev. R. C. Bramlet members of the Georgia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church were invited by the people of the Garrett, now known as the Macedonia Community, to come over from Georgia and Preach in their Community. Which invitation these brothern accepted and held a protracted meeting of a few days, which resulted in the conversion of several souls to Christ and the organizing of these new converts with others who had previously professed faith in Christ, into a Methodist Church membership, but with no church to worship in. From History of the organization and development of Macedonia Methodist Church, Baker County, FL (http://www.magicnet.net/~cmobley/church.html - Dead link).
A04683, Brambler, Ambrose G., Arkansas, Hattie (Bates), Calhoun Co, 1915, 21 pgs. From Florida Confederate Pension Application Files.
A08394, Bramblett, Ambrose G., (See A04683)
A10289, Bright, Willis Collins, Tennessee, Anna (Bramlett), Pinellas Co, 1932, 09 pgs. From Florida Confederate Pension Application Files.
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