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Mahlon J. Carmichael, formerly presiding elder of the Pacific Conference ([[United Missionary Church|United Missionary Church]]), was ordained by the Nebraska Conference in 1900. He married Eva Taylor in 1900 and after her death Bertha Bartlett in 1907. Three children were born to him by the first marriage and two by the second. He held pastorates at [[Newton (Kansas, USA)|Newton]], [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]]; Stuttgart, [[Arkansas (USA)|Arkansas]]; La Junta, [[Colorado (USA)|Colorado]]; Yakima, [[Washington (USA)|Washington]]; Mt. View, Washington; [[Filer United Missionary Church (Filer, Idaho, USA)|Filer]], [[Idaho (USA)|Idaho]]; and McMinnville, [[Oregon (USA)|Oregon]]. He served as presiding elder of the Pacific Conference during various terms following 1906.
 
Mahlon J. Carmichael, formerly presiding elder of the Pacific Conference ([[United Missionary Church|United Missionary Church]]), was ordained by the Nebraska Conference in 1900. He married Eva Taylor in 1900 and after her death Bertha Bartlett in 1907. Three children were born to him by the first marriage and two by the second. He held pastorates at [[Newton (Kansas, USA)|Newton]], [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]]; Stuttgart, [[Arkansas (USA)|Arkansas]]; La Junta, [[Colorado (USA)|Colorado]]; Yakima, [[Washington (USA)|Washington]]; Mt. View, Washington; [[Filer United Missionary Church (Filer, Idaho, USA)|Filer]], [[Idaho (USA)|Idaho]]; and McMinnville, [[Oregon (USA)|Oregon]]. He served as presiding elder of the Pacific Conference during various terms following 1906.
 
 
 
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Mahlon J. Carmichael, formerly presiding elder of the Pacific Conference (United Missionary Church), was ordained by the Nebraska Conference in 1900. He married Eva Taylor in 1900 and after her death Bertha Bartlett in 1907. Three children were born to him by the first marriage and two by the second. He held pastorates at Newton, Kansas; Stuttgart, Arkansas; La Junta, Colorado; Yakima, Washington; Mt. View, Washington; Filer, Idaho; and McMinnville, Oregon. He served as presiding elder of the Pacific Conference during various terms following 1906.


Author(s) Melvin Gingerich
Date Published 1953


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Gingerich, Melvin. "Carmichael, Mahlon J. (1869-1948)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1953. Web. 21 Sep 2017. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Carmichael,_Mahlon_J._(1869-1948)&oldid=86540.

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Gingerich, Melvin. (1953). Carmichael, Mahlon J. (1869-1948). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 21 September 2017, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Carmichael,_Mahlon_J._(1869-1948)&oldid=86540.




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