His home was afterwards located near the Kiamichi river, seven miles west of Doaksville.
The report for 1898 is the first one of the new Presbytery of Kiamichi to include only colored churches.
He served two years, 1904 and 1905, as stated clerk of the Presbytery of Kiamichi.
In 1896, when the Presbytery of Kiamichi was organized, he was enrolled as one of its charter members.
And away off down there run the Kiamichi—you will have to take my word for it, you can't see them.
In September, 1910, he was elected stated clerk of the Presbytery of Kiamichi, and is still serving in that capacity.