Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Ira T. Barker” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.: 1839, the pulpit was again supplied by local preachers, until most of the members moved away and the society grew so small that preaching services were suspended for a time. In February, 1842, Ira T. Barker of Medford was converted and joined the High street (now Trinity) Methodist Episcopal Church in Charlestown. In May of the same year he opened his home for public worship. A class was formed at h...
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