CHURCH OF GOD (Seventh Day)
Graves of the Pioneers and Wives
*John Lemley commented: >This is the grave of Lois' great-grandfather, Andrew Ferguson Dugger. I've never heard of Gordie M. Dugger. I've heard that the retarded daughter who died was named Prudy and she lived to her teens. This Gordie died at the age of ten - almost her teens. Susan's middle name started with the letter "G." So, it may be the right person. Prudy might have been a nickname. Lois' grandfather, Andrew Nugent Dugger, and his sister, Ora Frances, are not in the list of children.<
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Various Information and history
|Church of God (Seventh Day) Journey||Serialised history of the Church in the 'Bible Advocate' magazine|
|Hope of Israel extracts||Several pages from the 1860s|
|Church of God (Seventh Day) in Australia|
|Basic research by Richard C Nickels||Variety of articles|
|Detailed research and information by Richard Nickels||Massive collection of data|
|John Lemley's research on the Wednesday Crucifixion doctrine and Calendar||He is a CG7 elder and expert on the Wed Crucifixion - Sat Resurrection doctrine|
|Information on the Duggers||By Church of God (seventh day) in Kenya|
|Photographs of the Duggers etc I took at John & Lois Lemley's home Oct 2011*|
|Photographs taken of the Dugger's etc by relative of the Lemley's|
|Duggers' book on History of the True Religion|
|Dugger's Bible Home Instructor|
|Dugger - Porter Debate|
|A.N. Dugger and the Church of God (Seventh Day)||Various historical articles|
|Articles by and about John Kiesz||He was a renowned elder of CG7|
|Message Week website|
|Church of God timelines|
|Tribute to Frank Walker||Long time Church of God (seventh day) minister|
Appendix: Church of God (seventh day) sites in Oregon by John Lemley
- A.N. Dugger was the pastor in Marion, OR back in the '40s. The church is on the same site, but it is a different building: Marion Church of God (Seventh Day), 7478 Stayton Road. S.E., Turner, OR 97392. The house the Duggers lived in is still across the street.
- here is also a church in Harrisburg, OR. Not sure about how old it is or how long CG7 has owned it: Harrisburg Church of God (Seventh Day), 820 Diamond Hill Road, Harrisburg, OR 97446
- Eugene Church of God (Seventh Day): Meeting at Valley River Baptist Church, 1145 Willagillespie Road, Eugene, OR 97401
* John Lemley wrote 27 Oct 2011:
"Your visit to our home was certainly lots of fun for us. We look forward to the next one whether at your home or ours.
Lois' grandparents were Andrew Nugent and Effie Carpenter Dugger. They had four children. Andrew, Orabelle, Naomi and Mary. You took a picture of it. The original was taken in 1947. There is also a picture of Effie playing the violin. And another picture of young Andrew with his brother Alex and a dog. You have picture of Andrew and Effie in the history document you gave me.
Andrew's parents were Andrew Ferguson and Virginia Belle Miller Dugger. There are separate pictures of them. Virginia's parents were Nathan and Sarah Miller.
Andrew F. Dugger parents were James and Mary Margaret Schaeffer Dugger. They are in separate pictures. James is young and Mary looks very old.
If you took copies of Effie's side of the family, there is a picture of the Carpenter family. And of her mother's Grimm family.
If there are more pictures that you need help identifying please let me know.
The chair was made by Andrew N. Dugger's father - Andrew F. Dugger. He made it for his retarded daughter who died in her teens.
John has also supplied the following index to the photographs:
#0492 Chair made by Lois' great-grandfather, Andrew Ferguson Dugger, for his retarded daughter (Prudy) who died as a teen. She was injured inutero when her mother fell.#0493 Preface to book "Sinatic Manuscript' by Tischendorf from library of Andrew Ferguson Dugger#0494 Binding to book "Sinatic Manuscript' by Tischendorf from library of Andrew Ferguson Dugger#0495 Lois' grandfather, Alexander Nugent Dugger, with his brother, Alexander Ferguson Dugger and their dog Kaiser#0496 Andrew Ferguson and Virginia Belle Miller Dugger's living children: Alexander, Andrew and Ora Frances takenin 1889 in Ainsworth, Nebraska. Notice the age gap between Ora and her brothers. That was where Prudy would have been. Apparently she had already died.#4097 Lois' great-grandafther, Andrew Ferguson Dugger. (December 6, 1844 near Jonesboro, Indiana - December 1910)#0498 Lois' great-great grandfather, James Dugger. (November 7, 1814, Knox County, Kentucky - September 3, 1897, Carnes, Nebraska)#0499 Lois' great-great grandmother, Margaret Susana Corder Dugger, wife of James Dugger. (born March 12, 1820, Indiana)#0500 Lois' great-great grandfather, James Dugger, again#0501 Lois' parents (Victor Addison and Orabelle Dugger Youngs) and siblings. Front row - Anita, Thelesa (Lesa), John. Middle row - Joanna, Victor, Peter, Orabelle, Jenny. Back row - Leah, Lois, Sheryl, Tim#0502 same as #0501 above#0503 same as #0501 above#0504 same as #0501 above#0505 same as #0501 above#0506 same as #0501 above#0507 Lois' and my granddaughters - Zipporah Ruth and Rebecca Sarah Whitney. Daughters of Lukas (Luke) Allan and Sarah Victoria Lemley Whitney.#0508 same as #0501 above#0509 book written by Lois' great-grandfather, Andrew Ferguson Dugger.#0510 Table of Contents of book written by Lois' great-grandfather, Andrew Ferguson Dugger.#0511 Front cover of book written by George Carlow (1724) "A Defense of the Sabbath"#0512 Title page of book written by George Carlow (1724) "A Defense of the Sabbath"#0513 Book, "A History of the True Religion," written by Lois' grandfather, Andrew Nugent Dugger. Co-authored by Dodd#0514 Same as #0513 above#0515 Title page of book written by Lois' grandfather, Andrew Nugent Dugger. Co-authored by Dodd#0516 Old book, The Law of God and the Sabbath by Albert Smith. He was a well-known Church of God (Seventh Day) pastor/preacher/writter from England in the 1920s - 1940s. The series was printed in the Bible Advocate magazine, but I haven't yet found out what dates, then bound together in book form.#0517 Table of Contents to #0516 above#0518 Old book, "A Treatise on the Sabbath" written in 1842#0519 First page of #0518 above#0520 Old book, "How to Observe the Sabbath" by Talmage. Written in 1904#0521 page from #0520 above showing date and place of publication.#0522 title page from the Bible Home Instructor by Andrew Dugger#0523 front cover from the Bible Home Instructor by Andrew Dugger#0524 title page from the New Bible Home Instructor by Andrew Dugger#0525 title page of book," A Debate on the State of the Dead," from the library of Andrew Ferguson Dugger#0526 title page of the Church of God Seventh Day publication, "Little Poems for Little People." I do not know year of publication#0527 picture of author of "Little Poems for Little People," Effie Wheelock#0528 - John and Lois Naomi Youngs Lemley taken in the living room of their home in Vancouver, WA, USA, October 11, 2011