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Amarilla and J.G. gave lots 21 and 22 in Block 12 to the Methodist Episcopal Church of Pine River for $1.00 in September of 1902.  Amarilla was to bequeath a lot more to the town of Pine River.

Mrs. Ammarrila Dawes & husband, to The Methodist Episcopal Church of Pine River, filed 10 October 1902 at 9 am. This indenture made this 11th day of September, 1902 between Mrs. Ammarilla Dawes & J.G. Dawes of the County of Cass and State of Minnesota parties of the first part and The Methodist Episcopal Church of Pine River of the County of Cass and State of Minnesota party of the 2nd part Witnesseth that the said parties of the first part in consideration of the sume of one dollar to them in hand paid by the parties of the 2nd part….Lots numbered twenty one (21) and twenty two (22) in Block twelve (12) in the Village of Pine River, according to the original plat on file with the Register of Deeds in and for said county and state….signed by Ammarilla Dawes and J.G. Dawes and witnessed by Hans P. Hanson and Wyman H. Davis the notary public witnessed their free act and deed.

Source:  Cass County Register of Deeds, Cass County Courthouse, Walker, Minnesota, Book W, pg. 407, 11 September, 1901.

Apparently, Amarilla and J.G., were involved in the founding of this church for there appears an Article of Incorporation which was filed for record September 23, 1902.  Although they are not listed as trustees it is evident that they assisted with the process by the giving of the lots of land to the church.

Article of Incorporation Methodist Episcopal Church

Article of Incorporation Methodist Episcopal Church

Know all men by these presents, that we, Robert Forbes, the presiding officer, and Samuel J. Parish, the Secretary, of a Quarterly Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, which was duly called, held and conducted on Monday September 1, 1902, in the school house of Pine River, County of Cass, State of Minnesota, according to the discipline and usage of the Methodist Episcopal Church and statues in such case and provided, do hereby certify that at the said Quarterly Conference the following named persons to wit: Stephen Jarvis, Frank L. White, Cramer H. Mitchell, Manly T. White and Heber S. Gilbert were duly elected trustees of The Methodist Episcopal Church of Pine River in the County of Cass, State of Minnesota, a religious Corporation said corporation to be known as The Methodist Episcopal Church of Pine River which corporate name was then and there assumed by said Trustees.  Given under our hands and seals this 1st day of September, 1902.  In the Presence of George O. Parrish and S.P. Hanson.  Signed by Robert Forbes, President and Samuel L. Parish, Secretary. Signed by S. P. Hansen, Justice of the Peace Cass County, MN

The above was found in the clerk books after the deed for $1.00 mentioned above.

The instrument continues with an affidavit of the two men doing this of their own free act and deed followed with an affidavit certifying that Mrs. Amarilla Dawes was the same person as Mrs. G.A. Barclay, dated the 8th day of September 1902.

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