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Carradine, Beverly 1848-1919

CARRADINE, Beverly 1848-1919

PERSONAL: Born April 4, 1848, in Yazoo County, MS; died 1919; buried in Vicksburg, MS. Education: Attended University of Mississippi, 1865-67.

CAREER: Methodist Episcopal Church, South, licensed minister in Vicksburg, MS, c. 1874-76; pastor of congregations in Vernon, Madison, Brandon, and Crystal Springs, MS, between 1876 and 1882; pastor of congregations in New Orleans, LA, 1882-89; declared himself holiness minister, 1889; pastor of congregations in St. Louis, MO, c. 1889-93; itinerant evangelist and writer, beginning 1893.


Church Entertainments: Twenty Objections, 1891.

Sanctification, Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church (Nashville, TN), 1891.

A Journey to Palestine, C. B. Woodward Printing (St. Louis, MO), 1891.

Pastoral Sketches, 5th edition, Christian Witness (Chicago, IL), 1896.

The Second Blessing in Symbol, 1893, 3rd edition, 1896.

The Old Man, Pentecostal Publishing (Louisville, KY), 1896.

The Better Way, 2nd edition, M. W. Knapp (Cincinnati, OH), 1896.

Sanctified Life, Office of the Revivalist (Cincinnati, OH), 1897.

Revival Sermons, W. B. Palmore (St. Louis, MO), 1898.

Heart Talks, M. W. Knapp (Cincinnati, OH), 1899.

Soul Help, Christian Witness (Boston, MA), 1900.

Golden Sheaves, J. Gill (Boston, MA), 1901.

Gideon, Pepper Publishing (Philadelphia, PA), 1902.

Beulah Land, Wesleyan Methodist Publishing Association (Syracuse, NY), 1904.

A Church Yard Story (short stories; contains "A Church Yard Story," "The Ballantynes," "A Strange Homestead," "Judge Dalrymple," and "The Two Cronies"), M. A. Donohue and Co. (Chicago, IL), 1904.

Bible Characters, Christian Witness (Chicago, IL), 1907.

Living Illustrations (short stories), Christian Witness (Chicago, IL), 1908.

A Box of Treasure, Christian Witness (Chicago, IL), 1910.

People I Have Met (short stories), Christian Witness (Chicago, IL), 1910.

Graphic Scenes, God's Revivalist Office (Cincinnati, OH), 1911.

Yazoo Stories (short stories; contains "Major Rosser," "Charlie Goodfellow," "Stories around a Camp Fire," "A Conversion in Hades," and "A Misunder-stood Man"), Christian Witness (Chicago, IL), 1911.

Revival Incidents, Christian Witness (Chicago, IL), 1913.

Also author of Pen Pictures, Christian Witness (Chicago, IL); and "Secret Societies: Are They Right or Wrong? Are They a Blessing or a Curse?" (pamphlet), A. W. Hall (Syracuse, NY), 1891.*

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