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1900 US Census has the Hammond family living in Santa Cruz. Parents are Henry and Alice and they are farmers. Children are: Otis, Elmar, Robert, Cora. Walter and Tacy are added, Not sure if they were cousins.

1906 in Stockton

4/7/1909 (Californian, Salinas, p. 3) News from Pleyto, Ca. Two young preachers Revs. Robert and Elmer Hammond (brothers) have been holding religious services at Mr. Ford's place and also at Shiloh church the past week. They are of the Apostolic faith.

12/30/1911 Stockton Daily Evening Record, p. 1) Robert G. Hammond marries Bessie Jane Merrill. He is from Santa Cruz and she is from Eureka. Marriage performed by JTC Smith.( 1/5/1912 Santa Cruz Evening News.p.5)

4/13/1912 (Stockton Daily Evening Record, p. 16) The funeral of Guy F Harrison waa hold Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the funeral partora of R C Wallace. Rev Robert Hammond of the Pentecostal Mission officiated and sacred selections were sung by Mrs M K Mercer Mrs Robert Hammond and Mr Otto Michael. The pall bearers were Otto Michael L P Haney Frank Ulrey and Jesse Hayford Interment was In Rural cemetery.

1916 Robert Hammond is pastor of 24 South Grant Street Pent. Mission

7/29/1917 (Morning Union, Grass Valley, p. 2) R. G. Hammond and Ivan Johnson, revivalists representing the Pentecostal Missions, have arrived in this city to conduct a series of Pentecostal meetings and they have pitched a large tent with a seating capacity of two hundred at Hills Flat. Meetings will be held every night except Monday night... They state that the full gospel wall be preached and prophecy unfolded in the light of the Holy Scriptures. Everybody is invited to attend the services. Among the topics to be taken up is "Is the world Getting . Better and Is This the Iast War? There will be no admission charge.

9/12/1918 Draft Registration. Hammond lived in Portland, Oregon. He was pastor at the Mission. He is married to Bessie J Hammond.



1920 US Census has Hammond in Humboldt, Mad River, Cal. He is an evangelist. Married to Bessie. They are living with her parents.

5/17/1922 sails from Honolulu to SF. Robert Hammond. Lives in Stockton. Born 5/19/1974 in Stockton. Married. Norma Hammond was born 1891 in Denver. Lives in Stockton.

Voter registration for Santa Cruz 1900-1922 has Robert Gilbert Hammond in Santa Cruz. At the time, he was 21 years old and a farmer. Henry Otis Hammond also lived in Santa Cruz and was a 51 year old farmer.

8/8/1924 Hammond marries Ellen Larson in Missoula, Montana.

7/13/1925 (Santa Cruz Evening News.p.8) Robert G. Hammond, from Idaho, is in town to preach at the Golden Gospel Mission. Ordination service. Sister George Bennett from Twin Lakes was ordained by state elder JJ Mundy and assisted by Hammond. Oliver F. Dean is the pastor.

2/23/1929 (Idaho Evening Time, p. 5) Bethel Temple. Robert Hammond is pastor. Special services under the “Cornish evangelist” will continue until further notice. Come and hear this evangelist who preaches a full gospel in a simple, direct way.


9/12/1929 (Bend Bulletin.p.6) Robert Hammond speaker at Pent. Mission. Marlling.

1/23/1934 (Santa Cruz Even. News.p.6) Ellen Hammond passes away. Robert is pastoring in Boise, idaho. Hammond conducted a mission on Pacifica Ave for a year in Santa Cruz.

9/16/1934 (Santa Cruz Even. News.p.8) Hammond conducted a mission in Boise for the summer. Now he is speaker at the Rescue Mission in Santa Cruz. Both Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nigh will speak at a revival at the same mission.

12/31/1935 Hammond married Lottie Bell in Santa Cruz.

3/11/1938(Santa Cruz Sentinel .p.7) HAMMOND In Santa Cruz. March 10. S, Harry Otis Hammond, husband of Mrs. Alice Hammond, father of Mrs. Cora Small of Canada, Otis Elroy Hammond of Stockton, Robort G. Hammond of Washington and Waller B. and Tracy I. Hammond of Santa Cruz , brother of Geore M. Hammond; native of Don Pedro Bar, . Sun Joaquin valley, aged 82 years. Funeral services will be held at the While Mortuary Saturday at 2 p. in. Friends are respectfully invited to. Attend.



1940 US Census has Hammond living in Redding, Cal. He is a preacher and his wife is Lottie B. she is 45. They have 2 sons: Tracy and Louis.


1942. Robert Gilbert Hammond lived in Chico Butte, Cal. He was a minister of the PC of JC. The name LeRoy Richardson of North Sacramento is mentioned as employer.. This is all found on his WW2 draft registration. His contact is Alice Hammond of Santa Cruz.


7/8/1943 (Santa Cruz Even. News.p.5) Hammond lives in Idaho.

1949 (Pentecostal Northwestern News) Hammond pastors First Full Gospel Church, Caldwell, Idaho.



9/11/1952 (Caribou County Sun.p.4) Robert G Hammond is a public school teacher. Not sure who he is. He also sells insurance for Farmers.




11/16/1967 DOD Nampa Canyon County, Idaho.



Spouse: Lottie Bell
Marriage: Dec. 31, 1935 Santa Cruz, California

Rev. R. G. Hammond

CALDWELL — The Rev. Robert Gilbert Hammond, 82, of 315 Seventh Ave. S., Nampa, a retired Full Gospel Church minister, died Thursday night at his home.

The Rev. Mr. Hammond was born Sept. 6, 1885, in San Francisco, and attended grade school in Santa Cruz, Calif. He attended a seminary at Pacific Grove, Calif., and began his ministry in 1907. He held pastorates in California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho, as well as other parts of the United States and Canada, for 60 years. His last charge was the First Full Gospel Church in Caldwell.

He was married Dec. 31, 1935, at Santa Cruz to Lottie Bell. He was preceded in death by two sons, Irving Hammond, in 1937, and Eugene Hammond, who was killed in Korea in 1950.

He was a member of the First Full Gospel Church at Caldwell and the International Ministerial Association.

Surviving in addition to Mrs. Hammond are six sons, Morse E. Hammond of Arnold, Calif., Tracy O. Hammond of Bryan, Ohio, Louis W. Hammond of San Lorenzo, Calif., Wesley Larson and Norton Larson, both in Washington, and Alfred Glen Larson, Boise; two daughters, Earlene Essex of El Centro, Calif., and Betty Jean Atkison of Indio, Calif.; two brothers, Walter Hammond of Santa Cruz and Tracy Hammond of Felton, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Corabelle Small, Vancouver, B.C., 31 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Services will be conducted at the First Full Gospel Church at 2:30 p.m. Monday by the Rev. Everett Roberts, Meridian, and the Rev. Russell King of Bailey. Interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens under direction of Peckham-Dakan Chapel.

Idaho Free Press & Caldwell News-Tribune, Saturday, November 18, 1967 — 2
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9/6/1885 DOB in San Francisco


1900 US Census has the Hammond family living in Santa Cruz. Parents are Henry and Alice and they are farmers. Children are: Otis, Elmar, Robert, Cora. Walter and Tacy are added, Not sure if they were cousins.

1906 in Stockton

4/7/1909 (Californian, Salinas, p. 3) News from Pleyto, Ca. Two young preachers Revs. Robert and Elmer Hammond (brothers) have been holding religious services at Mr. Ford's place and also at Shiloh church the past week. They are of the Apostolic faith.

12/30/1911 Stockton Daily Evening Record, p. 1) Robert G. Hammond marries Bessie Jane Merrill. He is from Santa Cruz and she is from Eureka. Marriage performed by JTC Smith.( 1/5/1912 Santa Cruz Evening News.p.5)

4/13/1912 (Stockton Daily Evening Record, p. 16) The funeral of Guy F Harrison waa hold Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the funeral partora of R C Wallace. Rev Robert Hammond of the Pentecostal Mission officiated and sacred selections were sung by Mrs M K Mercer Mrs Robert Hammond and Mr Otto Michael. The pall bearers were Otto Michael L P Haney Frank Ulrey and Jesse Hayford Interment was In Rural cemetery.

1916 Robert Hammond is pastor of 24 South Grant Street Pent. Mission

7/29/1917 (Morning Union, Grass Valley, p. 2) R. G. Hammond and Ivan Johnson, revivalists representing the Pentecostal Missions, have arrived in this city to conduct a series of Pentecostal meetings and they have pitched a large tent with a seating capacity of two hundred at Hills Flat. Meetings will be held every night except Monday night... They state that the full gospel wall be preached and prophecy unfolded in the light of the Holy Scriptures. Everybody is invited to attend the services. Among the topics to be taken up is "Is the world Getting . Better and Is This the Iast War? There will be no admission charge.

9/12/1918 Draft Registration. Hammond lived in Portland, Oregon. He was pastor at the Mission. He is married to Bessie J Hammond.



1920 US Census has Hammond in Humboldt, Mad River, Cal. He is an evangelist. Married to Bessie. They are living with her parents.

5/17/1922 sails from Honolulu to SF. Robert Hammond. Lives in Stockton. Born 5/19/1974 in Stockton. Married. Norma Hammond was born 1891 in Denver. Lives in Stockton.

Voter registration for Santa Cruz 1900-1922 has Robert Gilbert Hammond in Santa Cruz. At the time, he was 21 years old and a farmer. Henry Otis Hammond also lived in Santa Cruz and was a 51 year old farmer.

8/8/1924 Hammond marries Ellen Larson in Missoula, Montana.

7/13/1925 (Santa Cruz Evening News.p.8) Robert G. Hammond, from Idaho, is in town to preach at the Golden Gospel Mission. Ordination service. Sister George Bennett from Twin Lakes was ordained by state elder JJ Mundy and assisted by Hammond. Oliver F. Dean is the pastor.

2/23/1929 (Idaho Evening Time, p. 5) Bethel Temple. Robert Hammond is pastor. Special services under the “Cornish evangelist” will continue until further notice. Come and hear this evangelist who preaches a full gospel in a simple, direct way.


9/12/1929 (Bend Bulletin.p.6) Robert Hammond speaker at Pent. Mission. Marlling.

1/23/1934 (Santa Cruz Even. News.p.6) Ellen Hammond passes away. Robert is pastoring in Boise, idaho. Hammond conducted a mission on Pacifica Ave for a year in Santa Cruz.

9/16/1934 (Santa Cruz Even. News.p.8) Hammond conducted a mission in Boise for the summer. Now he is speaker at the Rescue Mission in Santa Cruz. Both Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nigh will speak at a revival at the same mission.

12/31/1935 Hammond married Lottie Bell in Santa Cruz.

3/11/1938(Santa Cruz Sentinel .p.7) HAMMOND In Santa Cruz. March 10. S, Harry Otis Hammond, husband of Mrs. Alice Hammond, father of Mrs. Cora Small of Canada, Otis Elroy Hammond of Stockton, Robort G. Hammond of Washington and Waller B. and Tracy I. Hammond of Santa Cruz , brother of Geore M. Hammond; native of Don Pedro Bar, . Sun Joaquin valley, aged 82 years. Funeral services will be held at the While Mortuary Saturday at 2 p. in. Friends are respectfully invited to. Attend.



1940 US Census has Hammond living in Redding, Cal. He is a preacher and his wife is Lottie B. she is 45. They have 2 sons: Tracy and Louis.


1942. Robert Gilbert Hammond lived in Chico Butte, Cal. He was a minister of the PC of JC. The name LeRoy Richardson of North Sacramento is mentioned as employer.. This is all found on his WW2 draft registration. His contact is Alice Hammond of Santa Cruz.


7/8/1943 (Santa Cruz Even. News.p.5) Hammond lives in Idaho.

1949 (Pentecostal Northwestern News) Hammond pastors First Full Gospel Church, Caldwell, Idaho.



9/11/1952 (Caribou County Sun.p.4) Robert G Hammond is a public school teacher. Not sure who he is. He also sells insurance for Farmers.




11/16/1967 DOD Nampa Canyon County, Idaho.



Spouse: Lottie Bell
Marriage: Dec. 31, 1935 Santa Cruz, California

Rev. R. G. Hammond

CALDWELL — The Rev. Robert Gilbert Hammond, 82, of 315 Seventh Ave. S., Nampa, a retired Full Gospel Church minister, died Thursday night at his home.

The Rev. Mr. Hammond was born Sept. 6, 1885, in San Francisco, and attended grade school in Santa Cruz, Calif. He attended a seminary at Pacific Grove, Calif., and began his ministry in 1907. He held pastorates in California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho, as well as other parts of the United States and Canada, for 60 years. His last charge was the First Full Gospel Church in Caldwell.

He was married Dec. 31, 1935, at Santa Cruz to Lottie Bell. He was preceded in death by two sons, Irving Hammond, in 1937, and Eugene Hammond, who was killed in Korea in 1950.

He was a member of the First Full Gospel Church at Caldwell and the International Ministerial Association.

Surviving in addition to Mrs. Hammond are six sons, Morse E. Hammond of Arnold, Calif., Tracy O. Hammond of Bryan, Ohio, Louis W. Hammond of San Lorenzo, Calif., Wesley Larson and Norton Larson, both in Washington, and Alfred Glen Larson, Boise; two daughters, Earlene Essex of El Centro, Calif., and Betty Jean Atkison of Indio, Calif.; two brothers, Walter Hammond of Santa Cruz and Tracy Hammond of Felton, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Corabelle Small, Vancouver, B.C., 31 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Services will be conducted at the First Full Gospel Church at 2:30 p.m. Monday by the Rev. Everett Roberts, Meridian, and the Rev. Russell King of Bailey. Interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens under direction of Peckham-Dakan Chapel.

Idaho Free Press & Caldwell News-Tribune, Saturday, November 18, 1967 — 2
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Kenneth Adron Wine
DOB 10/17/1904 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho

DOD 6/2/1983 King Washington
Florence Jane Wine 1911-1982..she was born in ILL.

4/2/1925 (Idaho Evening Times, p. 8) Boy Evangelist at Glad Tidings Hall Every Night The revival meetings at the Glad Tidings Assembly ball, -.138 Second street east are going on with good attendance and good attention, Evangelist Kenneth Wine, the boy preacher. Is giving forth red hot messages from the ward. You are missing a treat If you do not hear him. Meetings every night, it is stated. An invitation has been extended to every one.

10/2/1927 marries Florence Jane Bentley in Gem, Idaho

1/12/1929 (Statesman Journal, page 10) Emmanuel Full Gospel Mission is pastored by J. M. Smith.

2/9/1929 (Statesman Journal, page 3) Emmanuel pastored by J. M. Smith. Speaker is W. L. Stallones, the Arkansas evangelist.

4/20/1929 (Bend Bulletin, page 8) Wine at Marling.

5/4/1929 (Bend Bulletin. P 8) Wine, from Idaho, is at Marling for revival.

5/31/1929 (Statesman Journal page 7) W. Stallones is pastor of Emmanuel Full Gospel. Speaker is Hurt Evangelistic Party.

9/28/1929 (Statesman Journal, p. 3) Wine at Emmanuel.

12/21/1929 (Statesman Journal, Salem, Oregon. P. 6) Wine at Emmanuel Full Gospel Mission,

1/4/1930 (Statesman Journal.p.4) Tatman at Emmanuel and Wine is pastor.

2/8/1930 (Statesman Journal, page 3) Wine is pastor of Emmanuel and Tatman is the speaker.

5/19/1930 Wine crosses US/Canadian border at New Westminster, BC. He was at the Good News Mission in Westminster. He is listed as a Pentecostal minister.

1/3/1931 (Statesman Journal, Salem, Oregon. Page 8) Wine at Emmanuel Full Gospel.

6/12/1931 (Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon. Page 4) Wine at Emmanuel Full Gospel. Pastor is C. Lewis Rounds.

10/31/1931 (Statesman Journal page 3) Emmanuel pastored by Thomas Baird.

12/2/1932 (Statesman Journal, page 12) Church merger of the Pentecostal Mission, Emmanuel Full Gospel Mission and Open Door Mission. Pastor is H. W. Coulson. “Merger of several small religious groups, to make possible a more effectual welfare work among the needy as well as salvation” is the purpose of the merger.

5/6/1933 (Statesman Journal.p. 3) Open Door Mission leader, not pastor, is Earl J. Sechrist. Full article.

12/3/1943 WW2 draft card has Wine as working at the Pentecostal Church. He lives in Nampa, Idaho. Next of kin is W. E. Kidson

11/18/1944 Wine arrives at San Pedro from India. He has lots of kids: Kenneth (16), Gloria May (13), Dale Oliver (12), Ronald Edgar (5), Kenneth was born in Ansley, Neb. Gloria and Dale were born in Nampa. Ronald was born in Calcutta, India. Their USA mailing address is William Flack in Pasco, Washington.

4/26/1945 (Post Register, Idaho Falls, ID. page 11) Wine preaching for Pent. Ch. the pastor is D. F. Austin.









4/27/1945 (Post Register, Idaho Falls, ID. page 9)
Set Talks at Local Church Tonight The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Wine, former Idaho evangelists who have been stationed in India as missionaries for the past nine Group and visited several centers of raise Orient, will speak Saturday at 8 p. m„ at the Idaho Falls Pentecostal church, the Rev. D. F. Austin, pastor, announced. Enroute to India the Rev. and Mrs Wine, who has also been ordained the minister, visited Honolulu, Yoko- ; Kobe, Tokyo, Shanghai, Hongkong, Canton, Singapore and Rangoon. The first five years in India were spent in the jungles and villages studying languages and cultures of the natives while the Pugmire, four years were spent in Delhi sand capital of India. Canned New While In India the former Idaho evangelists worked with the American forces stationed in India and served in an honorary capacity with the Red Cross. A brother of the Rev. Wine and his wife are also ministers and two sons of the brother are ministers. quota





At some time, Wine lived in Terrace, Washington.

(Pentecostal Herald 4/1946) has Wine as a pastor in Tieton, Washington. He is still there in 1949. There is a letter he writes he began pastoring there in June 1 of 1945. Prior to that, he was a missionary in India.


6/19/1953 (Daily Chronicle, Centralia, WA. p. 8) Wine at the Fellowship Chapel. Pastor is R.O. Govier.


10/9/1953 (Daily Chronicle, Centralia, Washington, page 10) Wine revival at Fellowship Chapel in Centralia. Wine is from Tieton, Washington.

2/1/1963 (Medford Mail Tribune, Medford Oregon. Page 9) Wine preaching at the camp meeting of Faith Tabernacle, Ashland, Oregon.

7/25/1975 (Idaho Free Press, Nampa, ID p. 8) Wine preaching at The Stone House in Nampa. He lives in Everett, Wash.




1983 Wine lived in King County, Washington.
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Martin Lawrence Ryan

5/17/1869 DOB (passport) Onondaga, MI.
4/13/1950 DOD Seattle, King, Oregon

1893 married to Rowena E Ryan

4/25/1905 (Capital Journal, Sale, p. 6) Ryan performs wedding.

5/26/1905 Ryan sells land in Salem.

1905-1909 Salem City Directory

10/12/1905 (Eugene Guard, p. 1) Ryan was chased out of Eureka, Caby a mob for visiting the home of a lady. He was in town preaching at the Methodist Church.


1906 (AFM) articles in paper

10/10/1906 (Statesman Journal, p.2) Ryan expecting friends from Azusa Street. They will travel by boat.


11/20/1906 (Statesman Journal, p. 6) The platform was occupied by Rev. M. L, Ryan, who has had charge of this mission for several years together with Mr. Shipley, his father-in-law', two young women converts and two women from Los Angeles, recent arrivals here. One of these is a mulatto or quadroon, with decided southern plantation, accent; the other a white woman well along in years. These two, with a well dressed young man, are the three people who are supposed to speak with "new tongues." The three are from Los Angeles, where people claiming to speak in "new tongues" have lately created something of 'a sensation.' Mr; Ryan, it is understood; claims also to have the gift of tongues now a recent acquisition, and others of the flock are seeking it, including Mrs.Ryan.


10/26/1906 (Corvallis Gazette, p. 1) Ryan has lived in Salem for last 10 years. He is from Polk County. He is on his way from Los Angeles with Pentecostalism.


9/15/1907 arrival in Tokyo (passport) There are three waves of Pentecostal missionaries to Japan: 1) the Apostolic Faith Movement (1907-1909); 2) independent lay missionaries (1910-1918); and 3) the denominational Pentecostal missionaries (1919-1941).49 The first known Pentecostals to arrive in Japan were from a group in 1907 led by Martin L. Ryan from Spokane, Washington. In 1906, Ryan had traveled to the Azusa Street Mission and experienced the baptism of the Holy Spirit. His group, composed of six families, called themselves the Apostolic Faith Movement in Japan.50 They worked mainly in Yokohama and the Tokyo vicinity while they were in Japan.


12/1908 The Pentecost magazine has Ryan article from Tokyo plus a pic of them.
1/1909 The Pentecost magazine has Ryan pic and artlcle.

3/1910 (Household of God) preached at Oakland prior to Manley

3/1910 (Household of God) in Tokyo as missionary

1910 US Census has the family living in Salem, Oregon as lodgers. But Martin Ryan is not with them. They are still married. She lists her occupation as a missionary in Tokio, Japan.



1/8/1911 (East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon, p. 2) Salem, Or., Jan. 7. Rowena Florence Ryan( maiden name Holden, born in Marysville, CA) began proceedings today In the circuit court for Marlon county against her. husband, Martin Lawrence Ryan, alleging as cause for the decree that Martin Lawrence, as a member of the Tongues of Fire" sect, committed her to the care of the Lord and neglected to provide for her and her five children, with the necessaries of life. She was commanded by her husband, she - alleges, to "Obey the Lord and he would provide a home for her and her children," and since he had committed her to the fear of the Lord as aforesaid, he, himself, had considered himself relieved of ail responsibility In the matter. Mrs. Ryan intimates in her complaint that either she failed to obey the Lord as commanded, or that the Lord overlooked her. Anyhow, she has been compelled to seek employment as a telephone girl to support herself and five young ones.

1/9/1911 (East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon, p. 6) Salem, Ore., Jan. 9. Because her husband entrusted her care and keeping "to the Lord," as alleged in the complaint, Rowena Florence Ryan has commenced suit for divorce from Martin Lawrence Ryan, a preacher at Spokane, representing the creed known as "Tongues of Fire," or "Religion of Unknown Tongues." The complaint says that she followed her husband on wanderings through many states in the Union until finally he decided to go to Japan and she, with her children, accompanied him to that country. There she states, they had little sustenance and went through trials and hardships, the whole family larder at one time consisting of a cup of rice. She claims that her trials and hardships were made the subject of publication of numerous religious journals until they became a matter of almost national notoriety.

She induced her husband to return to Oregon, she alleges, but later he Went to Spokane. She has five minor children. She alleges that although her husband is able to command a salary of $4000 a year he has provided practically nothing for the family for some time, giving all of his substance to others and stating that the Lord will provide for his wife and children.

Spokane, Jan. 9. The Rev. Martin Lawrence Ryan is in Spokane conducting a series of meetings at the Apostolic Assembly, Front avenue and Howard street. He says he has been a believer in the faith which he preaches for seven years, and is a man of many vocations. He has been a newspaper publisher, book agent, preacher, foreign missionary and wrltf-r. But he has given up all to the preaching of the Apostolic faith. and has depended on the Lord for eustainance. He said last night the Lord had provided pretty well for him, but his wife did not agree with him.

"I returned from Japan December 1 after a three years' mission In that country, going from Spokane with other missionaries, of whom City Plumbing Inspector Edward E. Riley was one, and after a few days at home my wife told me she was not satisfied and lived happier when I was away," said Mr. Ryan last night. "I shall not fight the divorce suit, for if she thinks we had better part, It would not be well for us to live together. There have been times when we did not have all we needed but I believe in this faith and shall stay by it." Mr. Ryan published the rim daily paper in Sprague, he says.






3/18/1911 (Statesman Journal, p. 5) Judge Galloway granted a decree of divorce yesterday to Rowena Florence Ryan from her husband, Martin Lawrence Ryan, whom she charged with cruelty. Alimony is allowed the plaintiff of 30 a month. Ryan was connected with the 'Tongues of Fire'' sect and is now alleged to be in Spokane, Wash.



Passport data:

1907-1912 missionary in Japan
1912-1915 missionary in China


1921 departure for Europe and Palestine for missionary work. No return date set.
1916 (Protestant Missionaries in China, p. 14) Ryan is located in 135 North Szechuen Road. Shanghai. AOG missionary.
His reference is William H. Giles, he lives in Los Angeles and has know Ryan for 15 years. He live at 125 S. Spring street and is a publisher.

Martin Ryan lists 264 Monterey Road, South Pasadena as his address.

1920 US census. Rowena and the kids live in Seattle, Washington. She is married to Clarence E. Benedom. He was born in Iowa in 1876. He is a general contractor. He dies in 1920.






3/1922 (ships log) Ryan arrives in Glasgow, Scotland via ship from St. John N.B.







12/15/1946 Ryan arrives in New York City from Beirut, Lebanon. It appears he lives at a Bible college in Intercession, Florida.

7/11/1947 (Orlando Evening Star, p. 12) Ryan is a retired missionary from Palestine working as a DJ for Orange County Ministerial Association.

2/2/1952 (Tampa Bay Times, p. 28) Ryan is selling car to move north.

1955-1959 (city directory) Martin Lawrence lives in Stockton, California. He was not there in 1953.

10/31/1959 (Daily Independent Journal, San Rafael, Ca, p. 2) son, Lester Ryan, passed away. His father and 3 brothers are still alive.

1959 (City directory) Martin L. Ryan lives in Stockton and is editor of the New Age Herald.

10/3/1963 Calveras County Ca. DOD. Buried in Manteca, Ca.
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5/17/1869 DOB (passport) Onondaga, MI.
4/13/1950 DOD Seattle, King, Oregon

1893 married to Rowena E Ryan

4/25/1905 (Capital Journal, Sale, p. 6) Ryan performs wedding.

5/26/1905 Ryan sells land in Salem.

1905-1909 Salem City Directory

10/12/1905 (Eugene Guard, p. 1) Ryan was chased out of Eureka, Caby a mob for visiting the home of a lady. He was in town preaching at the Methodist Church.


1906 (AFM) articles in paper

10/10/1906 (Statesman Journal, p.2) Ryan expecting friends from Azusa Street. They will travel by boat.


11/20/1906 (Statesman Journal, p. 6) The platform was occupied by Rev. M. L, Ryan, who has had charge of this mission for several years together with Mr. Shipley, his father-in-law', two young women converts and two women from Los Angeles, recent arrivals here. One of these is a mulatto or quadroon, with decided southern plantation, accent; the other a white woman well along in years. These two, with a well dressed young man, are the three people who are supposed to speak with "new tongues." The three are from Los Angeles, where people claiming to speak in "new tongues" have lately created something of 'a sensation.' Mr; Ryan, it is understood; claims also to have the gift of tongues now a recent acquisition, and others of the flock are seeking it, including Mrs.Ryan.


10/26/1906 (Corvallis Gazette, p. 1) Ryan has lived in Salem for last 10 years. He is from Polk County. He is on his way from Los Angeles with Pentecostalism.


9/15/1907 arrival in Tokyo (passport) There are three waves of Pentecostal missionaries to Japan: 1) the Apostolic Faith Movement (1907-1909); 2) independent lay missionaries (1910-1918); and 3) the denominational Pentecostal missionaries (1919-1941).49 The first known Pentecostals to arrive in Japan were from a group in 1907 led by Martin L. Ryan from Spokane, Washington. In 1906, Ryan had traveled to the Azusa Street Mission and experienced the baptism of the Holy Spirit. His group, composed of six families, called themselves the Apostolic Faith Movement in Japan.50 They worked mainly in Yokohama and the Tokyo vicinity while they were in Japan.


12/1908 The Pentecost magazine has Ryan article from Tokyo plus a pic of them.
1/1909 The Pentecost magazine has Ryan pic and artlcle.

3/1910 (Household of God) preached at Oakland prior to Manley

3/1910 (Household of God) in Tokyo as missionary

1910 US Census has the family living in Salem, Oregon as lodgers. But Martin Ryan is not with them. They are still married. She lists her occupation as a missionary in Tokio, Japan.



1/8/1911 (East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon, p. 2) Salem, Or., Jan. 7. Rowena Florence Ryan( maiden name Holden, born in Marysville, CA) began proceedings today In the circuit court for Marlon county against her. husband, Martin Lawrence Ryan, alleging as cause for the decree that Martin Lawrence, as a member of the Tongues of Fire" sect, committed her to the care of the Lord and neglected to provide for her and her five children, with the necessaries of life. She was commanded by her husband, she - alleges, to "Obey the Lord and he would provide a home for her and her children," and since he had committed her to the fear of the Lord as aforesaid, he, himself, had considered himself relieved of ail responsibility In the matter. Mrs. Ryan intimates in her complaint that either she failed to obey the Lord as commanded, or that the Lord overlooked her. Anyhow, she has been compelled to seek employment as a telephone girl to support herself and five young ones.

1/9/1911 (East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon, p. 6) Salem, Ore., Jan. 9. Because her husband entrusted her care and keeping "to the Lord," as alleged in the complaint, Rowena Florence Ryan has commenced suit for divorce from Martin Lawrence Ryan, a preacher at Spokane, representing the creed known as "Tongues of Fire," or "Religion of Unknown Tongues." The complaint says that she followed her husband on wanderings through many states in the Union until finally he decided to go to Japan and she, with her children, accompanied him to that country. There she states, they had little sustenance and went through trials and hardships, the whole family larder at one time consisting of a cup of rice. She claims that her trials and hardships were made the subject of publication of numerous religious journals until they became a matter of almost national notoriety.

She induced her husband to return to Oregon, she alleges, but later he Went to Spokane. She has five minor children. She alleges that although her husband is able to command a salary of $4000 a year he has provided practically nothing for the family for some time, giving all of his substance to others and stating that the Lord will provide for his wife and children.

Spokane, Jan. 9. The Rev. Martin Lawrence Ryan is in Spokane conducting a series of meetings at the Apostolic Assembly, Front avenue and Howard street. He says he has been a believer in the faith which he preaches for seven years, and is a man of many vocations. He has been a newspaper publisher, book agent, preacher, foreign missionary and wrltf-r. But he has given up all to the preaching of the Apostolic faith. and has depended on the Lord for eustainance. He said last night the Lord had provided pretty well for him, but his wife did not agree with him.

"I returned from Japan December 1 after a three years' mission In that country, going from Spokane with other missionaries, of whom City Plumbing Inspector Edward E. Riley was one, and after a few days at home my wife told me she was not satisfied and lived happier when I was away," said Mr. Ryan last night. "I shall not fight the divorce suit, for if she thinks we had better part, It would not be well for us to live together. There have been times when we did not have all we needed but I believe in this faith and shall stay by it." Mr. Ryan published the rim daily paper in Sprague, he says.






3/18/1911 (Statesman Journal, p. 5) Judge Galloway granted a decree of divorce yesterday to Rowena Florence Ryan from her husband, Martin Lawrence Ryan, whom she charged with cruelty. Alimony is allowed the plaintiff of 30 a month. Ryan was connected with the 'Tongues of Fire'' sect and is now alleged to be in Spokane, Wash.



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1907-1912 missionary in Japan
1912-1915 missionary in China


1921 departure for Europe and Palestine for missionary work. No return date set.
1916 (Protestant Missionaries in China, p. 14) Ryan is located in 135 North Szechuen Road. Shanghai. AOG missionary.
His reference is William H. Giles, he lives in Los Angeles and has know Ryan for 15 years. He live at 125 S. Spring street and is a publisher.

Martin Ryan lists 264 Monterey Road, South Pasadena as his address.

1920 US census. Rowena and the kids live in Seattle, Washington. She is married to Clarence E. Benedom. He was born in Iowa in 1876. He is a general contractor. He dies in 1920.






3/1922 (ships log) Ryan arrives in Glasgow, Scotland via ship from St. John N.B.







12/15/1946 Ryan arrives in New York City from Beirut, Lebanon. It appears he lives at a Bible college in Intercession, Florida.

7/11/1947 (Orlando Evening Star, p. 12) Ryan is a retired missionary from Palestine working as a DJ for Orange County Ministerial Association.

2/2/1952 (Tampa Bay Times, p. 28) Ryan is selling car to move north.

1955-1959 (city directory) Martin Lawrence lives in Stockton, California. He was not there in 1953.

10/31/1959 (Daily Independent Journal, San Rafael, Ca, p. 2) son, Lester Ryan, passed away. His father and 3 brothers are still alive.

1959 (City directory) Martin L. Ryan lives in Stockton and is editor of the New Age Herald.

10/3/1963 Calveras County Ca. DOD. Buried in Manteca, Ca.
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Ruby Bosworth Keyes

3/4/1919 DOB Ruby Keyes in Sacramento. Her father was William John Keyes (8/21/1858-6/5/1943). He was born in Canada and passed in Sacramento. Eliza Kate Bosworth (1890-1930). They were married in Portland in 1915. They lived there in 1917. They moved to Sac in 1919.


1930 (US census) Ruby is living at home in Sacramento, Ca.

5/31/1930 (Sacramento Bee, p. 4) FRUIT RIDGE May 31 — Mrs Eliza Kate Bosworth Keyes 39 a resident of this district for seven years died Wednesday at a local hospital The funeral was held this afternoon at the Gormley & Camp; Sons' chapel followed by Interment In the East Lawn Cemetery She leaves her husband William J Keyes and six children Roy Ruby Vona Noble Nelva and Glenn Keyes The departed was a native of England

1/8/1937 (Albany Democrat, p. 3) Evangelist Ruby Keyes at Pentecostal Assembly of God, Alan H Banks, pastor. She is on the road as an evangelist at age 18. She is with her family. AOG church.


1/8/1937 (Greater Oregon, Albany, Oregon, p. 1) The Keyes Evangelistic party will begin a series of special Evangelistic services at the Pentecostal Assembly of God. These Evangelist are from "Sacramento, Cal The. party consist of Rev. W. J Keyes, three girls and two boys, all taking part In the services, the oldest daughter Ruby as well as her father preaches,. Rev. Keyes will preach on Sunday morning and his daughter Ruby will preach In the evening.




8/24/1940 (Visalia Times Delta, p. 3) Revival services are being held each night at 7:45 o'clock in the First Penetcostal church, 315 Northwest Fourth avenue, by the Misses Ruby Keyes and Jane Moyer of Oregon City, Ore. There will be a service at the church tonight.

1942 (company ID card) Keyes works at GE in Portland.



11/17/1942 (Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, p. 15) Betrothal Is Announced Aurora. Oscar Minor of Canby is announcing the engagement of his daughter, Miss Evelyn Irene Minor, to Edwin E. Judd, son of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Judd of Oregon City. The betrothal news was revealed at a party held at the Judd home Sunday afternoon. Buffet dinner was served at an artistically arranged table centered with a bouquet of carnations and gardenias. Covers were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith, Miss Easter Crest, Miss Gladys Baker, Miss Ruby Keyes, Miss Janabel Moyer, Miss Olive Gleason, Miss Ester Judd, Miss- Clara Garner, Miss Anna Garner, Miss Loita Gleason, Wendell Gleason, Raymond Minor, Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Minor and son, Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Minor, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McClellan, Rodney McClclIan, Mrs. Mary McClellan, Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Judd, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Albert Muff, Howard Muff, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Gleason, Joan and Orin Gleason, Jr., Mrs. Ivan Cooke and daughter, Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. S. Oliver Baker and son, Andrew and the honored couple.







6/7/1943 (Sacramento Bee, p. 6) Services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 A M In the chapel of Harry A Nauman Camp & Son for William John Keyes 84 Interment will be in the East Lawn Keyes a local custodian died Saturday in a Sacramento hospital He was a resident of this city 24 years and lived at 4184 Forty Third Street He was a native of Canada The survivors are his daughters Vona B Keyes of Sacramento and Ruby B Keyes of Portland Ore sons Glenn B Keyes of Atascadero Roy B and Noble B Keyes of the United State Army and sister Mrs Maude Talbot of Canada


7/5/1949 (Bend Bulletin, p. 2) Several hundred persons from the northwest assembled at the church camp grounds west of Sisters Sunday and yesterday to participate In the annual district camp meeting of the United Pentecostal church. The meeting opened Sunday with a morning worship featuring Rev. J. A. Johnson, district superintendent, Portland, who delivered a sermon on the topic "Locating Oneself." The opening services were held at the True Gospel church In Bend. An afternoon service was conducted In the tabernacle at the camp grounds with Rev. E. G. Moyer, district treasurer, Portland, in charge of the program. The Pentecostal Conquerors, a young peoples organization, met Sunday evening for a special service. Miss Ruby Keyes, district president of the Conquerors,' was in charge. Services for the young people are planned dally during the camp sessions. Yesterday primary and junior age children met with Mrs. Marion Fetwell, of Yakima, Wash., directing the junior services and Miss Beverly Klapp, of Indiana, and Mrs. Charlotte Babcock, of Portland, In charge of the primary group. Rev. Marion Fretwell, pastor of the United Pentecostal church, Yakima, conducted the afternoon adult services and Rev. George Eads, Springfield, was speaker at an evening program.

7/7/1949 (Bend Bulletin, p. 11) Four youths Glen Krirr, Salem; Wollv Howard. Hood River; Reynold EUI, Donnelly, Ida., an Albert Dillon, Albany, were speakers Sunday at the youth meeting of the Pentecostal Conquerors' camp meeting, now in session on camp grounds west of Bend. . Values of prayer, Bible reading, church attendance, and christian testimony were topics. Miss Ruby Keyes, president, led the singing with accordion accompaniment.









4/17/1953 (Albany Democrat, p. 6) Evangelist Ruby Keyes at UPC. Orion B Gleason is pastor


1954-1955 Ruby Keyes instructor at CBC.



5/28/1955 Ruby Keyes married Johnny Klemin

12/30/1960 (The World. Coos Bay, Oregon. P. 7) The Rev. J. E. Klemln, with Mrs. Klemin, Will begin revival services Tuesday night, Jan. 10, at the Calvary Tabernacle (United Pentecostal Church), Florida and Union streets, North Bend. The services will be held each night at 7:30, through Sunday. The Rev, Mr. Klemln is pastor of the First United Pentecostal Church of Portland. Mrs. Klemin, also an ordained minister, is the former Ruby Keyes.
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Frank Chester Batchelder

9/17/1886 born in Mount Pleasant, Iowa

He was ordained as a Baptist minister in Winnipeg, Canada. He worked for a few years at 2 different churches. Went to a camp meeting in Portland, Or.

4/23/1909 (Kendrick Gazette, Idaho. P. 8) Rev. Joseph Brock and Evangelist Batchelder will begin a series of meetings, May 2, just across the Clearwater River, in Myrtle, Idaho.

7/31/1909 (Enterprise News Record, Enterprise, Oregon. P. 4) F. C. Batchelder left Friday for his old. home, Mt Pleasant, Iowa. He welt by way of Spokane where he will register for the land drawing
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1911 Batchelder moves to Los Angeles.

1912 Batchelder pastor of Durham’s church. Not in city directory

Batchelder knew Aimee McPherson before she was married. They preached together before she went to China.


1/16/1914 ((The Caldwell Tribune, Caldwell, Idaho. P. 6) Revival at Methodist Episcopal Church at Appleton. Rev. Batchelder of Eagle is conducting the meetings.

1/18/1914 (Meridian Times, Meridian, Idaho, p. 5) Batchelder preaches at Meridian Church of Christ. Pastor is John Henry Coultard. (He lived in Meridian for a short time before moving to Oregon. He died several years prior to 1931(4/13/1928). Her obit 9/4/1931 Greater Oregon, Albany). Coultard was a farmer in 1920 in Linn, Santiam, Oregon.


1/30/1914 (Meridian Times, Meridian, Idaho, p.8) On Tuesday afternoon, January 27th, 1914, Mr, Frank C. Batohelder and Miss Lola V. Miller were united in marriage at the home of the bride near Locust Grove School. The groom is a resident of Boise and at present is conducting the Apostolic Faith Mission in Meridian. The bride with her parents lately removed to the Boise valley from Pasadena, California. Both are highly respected young people, and will take up their residence in Meridian. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. H. Coultard in the presence of about a dozen relatives of the contracting parties, after which a delicious wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Batchelder, the recipients of many handsome and useful presents. May long life and happiest union be theirs under the Divine, smile.

8/31/1914 (find a grave) Lola Beva Miller Batchelder death. Death during childbirth of their daughter. At Locust Grove, Ida, Idaho.

9/4/1914 (Meridian Times, Meridian, Idaho, p. 8) Lola B. Batchelder, aged 21 years, wife of Rev. F. C. Batchelder died at her home near Locust Grove school Monday night from The funeral was held Wednesday. They lived for a short time in Meridian last summer, the husband having charge of a Pentecostal mission, bringing his wife here as a bride.



11/11/1915 Frank Batchelder weds Dean Treppard (1894-1981) in Oakland by Harry Morse. He was married in Oakland but was from Independence, Oregon.

1915 City Directory Boise, Idaho. Rev. Frank Batchelder. Missionary. R2306 Fairview ave.

4/27/1916 (Evening Capital News, Boise, Idaho, p. 7) Batchelder has just returned from a trip to Portland.

9/4/1917 ((La Grande Observer, La Grande, Oregon. P. 1) Mrs. M. Ferguson of Boise went to Island City to be the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Batchelder for a short time.

6/5/1917 (WW1 draft card) Frank is a minister, conscious objector, and married with one kid.

Dean was born in Tennessee 5/27/1894. Son Paul was born in Idaho (1916-1978). Son Walter born in CA (1918-1959). Dean had 4 brothers and a sister who all DOD in Ca.

5/16/1901 (SF Examiner, p. 11) Fred Treppard of Nashville, Tenn., who j arrived in California In the spring of 1S50 on the bark Winthrop, in company with the late W. T. Garratt and A. S. Iredale, is visiting this city after an absence of forty five years. He Is the guest of Mrs. Anna E. Iredale on Stevenson street.







12/4/1916 Son Paul born in Ada, Idaho. They stay there through 1918.




8/23/1918 (Santa Cruz Evening News.p.5) FC Batchelder is a PAW minister. Performs a wedding for George Mason and C. Elizabeth Fuller.

1919 Walter Asberry Batchelder born in Idaho

2/7/1920 (Petaluma Daily Morning Courier.p.3) Rev. Batchelder, of Oakland, is speaker at the Methodist Episco. Church. “He gave a very thoughtful discourse on self discovery and self mastery”.


1920 US Census. Batchelder pastors the Pent. Mission at 24 South Grant Street in Stockton. Besides his family, there are 2 boarders: Frank Albin and William Corbett. Looks like Frank was pastoring there. He is married to Jean Batchelder. 2 sons: Pau (age 3) and Matt (age 1).

1922 no Batchelder in Stockton. None in 1921. 1918 pastor is FK Woolsey. 1919 pastor is not named.


1923 No Batchelder in Boise, Idaho.

10/22/1924 (Idaho Evening Times, p. 8) Mattie Crawford has left Twin Falls, but the same wonderful truths that she preached of , Salvation, Divine Healing, Baptism of the Holy Spirit and the Soon Coming of Jesus Christ, will continue to be preached right here in Twin Falls. . The Layering Theatre has been obtained for a short time until a permanent location can be secured. Don't miss the first service which will be held on' Thursday Night,' Oct. 23, at 7:30 Topic:. After Mattie Crawford; What? Services will be continued on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night; also Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Bring- for your own use the Mattie Crawford Song Book "Pentecostal Flame." F. C. Batchelder from Boise will conduct the services. Bring the Sick to Be Healed ADMISSION FREE EVERYBODY INVITED

10/23/1924 (Idaho Evening Times, p.5) A follow up meeting after the great Mattie Crawford revival, will start at the Lavering theatre tonight, conducted by F.C. Batchelder from Boise, who will have charge. He announces that the success of Mrs. Crawford will be duplicated and confirmed.

10/25/1924 (Idaho Evening Times, p. 3) Divine Healing SERVICE AT 2:30 These questions will be answered; Why do some people lose their healing? How can healing be' retained? If partially healed, how can it be completed? The sick will be prayed for at this service. War in the U. S. in the near future.v in which an association of nations from Europe, Asia, Atrica will invade this country and assisted by certain forces In the United States wilt almost destroy this nation;, is a prophesy of the bible. George Washington was shown the same thing at Valley Forge by an angel. Hear about it Sunday night nt 7:110. AT THE LAVERING THEATRE F. C. Batchelder from Boise Will Have Charge of Both Services.


1925 (City Dir. Boise, p. 39) Pent. Full Gospel Ass. Batchelder is pastor.

1927 (City Directory Boise, Idaho, p.59) Frank Batchelder lives in Boise.

1929 pastors the Pent. Ass. in Boise, Idaho. The church is still there in 1930, but no pastor is mentioned. He is pastor there in 1932 “Pent. Rescue Mission” . Not in 1939. 1934 “Pent. Rescue Mission Roy Buchanan”. No Buchanan in 1936. 1939 has a Pent. Ch. in Star, but no other church.

1932 (City Directory, Boise, Idaho) Batchelder is pastor of the Pent. Rescue Mission,


1935 Back in Boise, Idaho. HIs mother is from there.

9/18/1936 Paul Batchelder(1916-1978) and Clara Silva(1914-1978) married in Oakland by Harry Morse. Paul was born in Idaho. Their address in Richmond is 261 seventeenth street.



1940 resides in Richmond, Ca. writes religious magazine column. Son named Walter Asberry. Born 1919.
4/27/1942 draft card. Born 9/17/1886 Mt. Pleasant Iowa. Dean Batchelder lives in Folsom, Ca. so does Frank.

1942 lives in Sacramento.
1946 moves in with his son, Paul. New address 4101 Clinton ave. Richmond, Cal.

1946 travel journal: several meetings in CA, OR, WA, TX, OK, KS, CO, ID,





9/2/1961 (oak trib.p.9) Batchelder preaches in Oakland.

7/13/1969 DOD Contra Costa, Ca.
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2 books came in the mail this week. One is old and one is new.

The Majorie Memories, by Stanley Scism is the biography of Majorie Scism. She and her husband, Ellis Scism, were students of Harry Morse.

God in Christ Jesus, John Paterson, is from 1966 and based on older material. At 69 pages, it has substance but no references to early Oneness Pentecostals, as I had hoped.

The Paterson book is hardbound and in great shape. It will be an interesting read.
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Questions Pentecostals Ask Volume 2 came in the mail today. David Gray was a student of Harry Morse. One of 4 that started small Bible schools.

The second volume is just like the first. Neither make any mention of Harry Morse or any other early Pentecostal.

Vol. 2 is much harder to find than vol 1.

Now I have both.
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