Rev Seth Ward

Died aged c. 51

Seth Ward (15 November 1858 – 20 September 1909) was an American bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, elected in 1906.

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Texas Historical Marker #10947

Sneed Memorial Methodist Church. This congregation, organized in 1869 as the Calvert Methodist Church, built its first sanctuary on this site in 1872. Among the early pastors were (1885-86) the Rev. Seth Ward, later first native Texan to be named a Methodist bishop; and (1895-99) the Rev. Dr. James Kilgore, a founder of Southern Methodist University. In 1923 when the present church building was erected, the name was changed in memory of the Rev. Joseph P. Sneed (1804-81), a circuit rider who came to Texas in 1838, then served for many years in Robertson and Milam county churches. #10947

Beech and Mitchell St., Calvert, TX, United States where they preached