Sermon At Deadman's Bend

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Hiram Enlow was raised in Adams County, Mississippi, near Deadman’s Bend. As a young man he moved to Wilkinson County where he married Nancy Ann Enlow. He became a regionally famous Methodist Episcopal clergyman. This book tells his story from the time of his birth until he was granted License to Preach. It highlights Hiram Enlow’s early years as an exhorter. More

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George Anagnos reviewed on on July 30, 2013

I was thoroughly entertained and enjoyed reading this book. Life in the 19th century in America was rough, but crossing the Atlantic, starting a family and moving inland to have a new life was amazing. I found Charles Rogers a very interesting writer of his America history.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
John Booker reviewed on on July 9, 2013
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John Booker
I enjoy family epics of early American history. This was an interesting book which I fully enjoyed reading. Charles Rogers did an excellent job of writing about his heritage.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Frances McCullough reviewed on on July 6, 2013

Truly enjoyed this portrait of an 19th century Christian and the honesty and integrity of his life. The author turns Hiram's autobiography into an easy to read story.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
David Bonham reviewed on on July 5, 2013

Awesome. It's amazing how personalities and occupations continue through the generations. Linda Bonham
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Doyle Suit reviewed on on July 2, 2013

A perceptive and authentic look at a young man becoming an adult. Set in a time and place long disappeared from the popular culture. Wonderful insight into rural life and moral growth. A good read. I recommend it.
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Joess Key reviewed on on June 29, 2013
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I love our family history.
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