ol of about twenty members was formed.
For seven years Brother Brackett continued to hold services in Medford, assisted by Revs. J. N. Maffitt and C. K. True.
In 1828 a second revival occurred, in which many of the Sunday-school scholars were converted and joined the class.
The same year the society was incorporated as The Firsones, Bailey T. Mills, Augustus L. Ordway, S. N. Mayo, W. T.
Such are the bare facts of the history of the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Medford.
Since 1828, the date of her incorporation, she has built and dedicated four houses of worship.
In 1828 Methodist pastors were permitted to stay only one year in a station.
1828 Methodist pastors were permitted to stay only one year in a station.
The time limit has been changed since then, to two, three, five years, until now the time limit has been removed and a minister may be appointed annually to the same charge an indefinite number of times.
The doctrine and government of the First Methodist Episcopal Church are those of the Methodist Episcopal Church everywhere.